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Photos taken by Alaskan's who are working at sea around the world.

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After a big storm


The bow of Icebreaker off the coast of Antartica

Dianna Baines from Metlakatla, STCW/RFPNW assments onboard the M/V OSPREY at the Paul Hall Center.

Alaska Fisherman and Dislocated Workers from the STOS class onboard the M/V OSPREY.

Kyle Hudson from Metlakatla, onboard the M/V OSPREY.

Dislocated Worker, Jay Jones from Ketchikan onboard the M/V OSPREY.

Dan Walker former SEA Link Recruiter with Unlicensed Apprentices from all over Alaska at the Paul Hall Center.

The bridge and engine simulators at the Joseph Sacco Fire Fighting and Safety School near the Paul Hall Center.

Learning to put out fires at the Joseph Sacco Fire Fighting and Safety School near the Paul Hall Center.

The port in Lyttelton, New Zealand where one of our Participants recently visited.

A birds eye view of the Paul Hall Center, in Piney Point Maryland.

A Russian icebreaker off the coast of Antartica.

Ships in the ice of Antartica.

The STOS class at the Paul Hall Center, brushing up on knots.

The STOS class at the Paul Hall Center, working the ropes.

The path of an icebreaker on the way to Antartica.

Paul Hall/Harry Lundeberg Maritime Training Center.

Thomas Guthrie onboard the M/V OSPREY.

Tim Eide onboard the M/V OSPREY.
Oil Tanker at Alaskan dock

 At the Valdez Terminal

The deck is over 3 football feilds long!

 The tankers deck is over 3 football fields long

Another look at the deck

Another look down the deck

Pat McAlpin from Ketchikan, Alaska enjoys some sun while at sea

Pat McAlpin of Ketchikan enjoys some sun

Photos of the school

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