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As the citizens of the United States celebrated the birthday of the nation’s Declaration of Independence, the pace of commerce across Texas ports...

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In Texas, the good news is that more cargo is entering its ports than last year.

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Despite the unfavorable circumstances stacked against them, the University of Washington athletes rowing the Husky Clipper finished first in the...

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By Tom Marian, Buffalo Marine Service, Inc. The celebrated poet, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, was in deep despair as he rushed to Washington DC to...

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By Tom Marian, Buffalo Marine Service, Inc. Artist's concept of Hero (NSF Drawing). Courtey of the Antarctic Journal, May/June 1968. At 21 years...

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By Tom Marian, Buffalo Marine Service, Inc. In August 1914, Germany’s execution of the Schlieffen Plan brought Belgium into the crosshairs of...

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By Tom Marian, Buffalo Marine Service, Inc. 92 million miles of flights were flown by U.S. Air Force pilots as they airlifted nearly 1,800,000 tons...

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By Tom Marian, Buffalo Marine Service, Inc. Sir Isaac Newton’s Third Law of Physics posits, “Whenever one object exerts a force on...

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By Tom Marian, Buffalo Marine Service, Inc. Long days, short nights, summer swelter, and vacation flights. That’s June for you. The start of...

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By Tom Marian, Buffalo Marine Service, Inc. Thomas Dekker’s Elizabethan poem, written as the 16th century ended, comes to mind as the month...

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By Tom Marian, Buffalo Marine Service, Inc. “Forward, March!” A dreaded command for most but not for the fearless 69th lead by the most...

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By Tom Marian, Buffalo Marine Service, Inc. The Discovery Corps’ winter of 1804 was a brutal one. The Lewis and Clark Expedition chose the...

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