COVID-19 frontline workers

Behind the scenes of America’s supply chains is American maritime—a workforce that is no stranger to quickly adapting and stepping up to the challenge to deliver for communities in need. American maritime does not stop and will not stop serving communities from coast to coast. Join us in recognizing America’s brave maritime heroes.

Harry Ornellas

Hawaii Stevedores, Inc.

Chief Mate Kruger Donald
on the Perla del Caribe

TOTE Maritime
COVID-19 frontline workers Chief Mate Kruger Donald on the Perla del Caribe TOTE Maritime

Steward Antonio Mendez-Cruz and Chief Cook
Steven Lopez Ferrer
on the Perla del Caribe

TOTE Maritime

Tugboat Captain Katrina
from Anchorage, Alaska

Foss Maritime

Third Engineer John Hernandez
on the Daniel K. Inouye

Horizon Pacific

Captain and Crew aboard
the Daniel K. Inouye

Matson

Captain Andrew Miller
on the ferry MV Carina

Master, Mates & Pilots

Captain Jaime Colon and
Captain Tom Lenfesty

Federal Pilots of Louisana and Crowley Maritime

Crew aboard the
President Wilson

Masters, Mates & Pilots

Peter Parise on the
Horizon Spirit

Masters, Mates & Pilots
Peter Parise shown in PPE on a ship

Sr. Mate CJ Dumas on the
M/V Ozzie

Ingram Barge

Crew of the USNS Able

American Maritime Officers
The crew is pictured in the control room of a ship

Sr. Leadman Allen Forbess
on the M/V Ozzie

Ingram Barge

Reisa Martinez Serrano
on the El Cocquí

Crowley Maritime
Reisa Martinez in the control room of a ship

Siblings Sissy Payment & Gary Payment

Interlake Steamship
photo of payment siblings

Crew of the USNS Maury

Seafarers International Union
a group of mariners on the deck of a large cargo vessel

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