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Merged from other articles [ edit ]
This article was formed by merging the following articles:
Commercial Vessel Inspection (USCG), Marine Investigation (USCG), and Port Safety (USCG).
Requested move [ edit ]
Commercial Vessel Inspection → Marine safety — Trying to fix a page merge where I did not maintain article history. The final Commercial Vessel Inspection (USCG) will be a redirect to Marine safety. Thank you. ~ Pesco 17:43, 31 March 2010 (UTC) So say• we all
Until now there has been no
Marine safety, so I feel until there is enough international article content to justify it otherwise, there is no need to create a subset of something that doesn't exist. I agree that someday Marine safety in the United States or Marine safety (USCG) may be needed, just not at the present time. ~ Pesco 04:26, 1 April 2010 (UTC)
So say• we all
On second thought, I agree and will just move it to
Marine safety (USCG) as an uncontroversial request. ~ Pesco 04:36, 1 April 2010 (UTC) So say• we all