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Canberra's rainiest November on record

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Published on 28 Nov 2021 / In Film and Animation

Canberra's rainiest November on record

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Johnny Exodice
Johnny Exodice 2 months ago

So you are telling me the Crying Merchant (Mariners) /-\ FORGOT after 10,000 years how to "unload" Naval ships during 2020 CE in our U.S. Ports.?.?.?.?.?,

or have just that many {U.S. Citizens} been murdered by the [National Guard] Qballs~ /_\ under JADE HELM 15 in and now here in 2021 CE ????

#TumbleWEED ?
Career Overview of the Merchant Marine

The US Merchant Marine is an organization that operates the large commercial and civilian vessels that enter American ports and travel the rivers and lakes of the country each year. While not a branch of the military, the merchant marine are closely related to the Navy and Coast Guard. Merchant mariners are a key part of the economy, keeping global shipments flowing smoothly and commercial vessels sailing safely.

Merchant mariners can spend weeks or even months at a time aboard ship, depending on the size of the vessel and the routes it must travel. They rarely have time off while on board, as daily maintenance is key to keeping the ship functioning at optimal levels. For those who operate in inland areas, such as the Great Lakes, work may be sparse in the winter as the lakes freeze over. In times of war, the merchant marine fleet will be put to work delivering equipment and supplies to military vessels and troops, and officers in the Merchant Marine can be commissioned as military officers by the Department of Defense towards this end.

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