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    Anchors Belong On Ships

    Tell the hand holding this sign that America does not run on illegal aliens: A study by Tom Wong of the University of California at San Diego discovered that more than 25 percent of DACA-enrolled illegal aliens in the program have anchor babies. That totals about 200,000 anchor babies who...
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    Iranian ships 'force' US and Royal Navy vessels to change course

    USNS Invincible. Part or the TAGOS program. I was on it in 2012. This is nothing new. Someone just decided to make it into a news story. Iranian ships 'force' US and Royal Navy vessels to change course
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    Cargo Ships Between Europe and North America Show Global Slowdown

    Static Cargo Ships Between Europe and North America Show Global Slowdown | The New Indian Express 
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    Russian Ships Near Data Cables Are Too Close for U.S. Comfort

    http://www.nytimes.com/2015/10/26/world/europe/russian-presence-near-undersea-cables-concerns-us.html Do you believe that Russians are going to cut off those internet cables? I really doubt it. It will cause really big harm to Russian economy because it is more or less integrated into the world...
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    U.S. Marines to Deploy on Foreign Ships?

    Marines looking at deploying aboard foreign ships 
  6. Uncle Han

    GM got bailout, now ships jobs to China

    GM got bailout, now ships jobs to China BY EDITORIAL WRITER | OCTOBER 17, 2013 AT 7:30 AM President Obama has quietly released the auto manufacturer from a bailout requirement that it increase its production in the U.S. Instead, GM is spending billions of dollars building up its production...
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    Rescued captain favors more protection for ships

    Richard Phillips, the cargo-ship captain whose capture by pirates triggered a dramatic U.S. Navy rescue off the coast of Africa, called on the federal government Thursday to provide military escorts for international shipping vessels. More...
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    NEWS:: TWO MISSILES FIRED AT U.S. SHIPS!

    AQABA, Jordan - Attackers firing Katyusha rockets narrowly missed a U.S. amphibious assault ship docked at this Red Sea resort Friday, but killed a Jordanian soldier in the most serious strike at the Navy since the USS Cole bombing nearly five years ago. Two more rockets were shot toward...