Mineta Delivers Speech on Maritime Security

Thursday, January 24, 2002
Secretary of Transportation Norman Mineta delivered a Speech to the U.S. Conference of Mayors in which he discussed homeland security in general and maritime security in particular. He noted that maritime commerce is the most dominant component of the U.S. international trade infrastructure. He discussed the numerous security zones established by the Coast Guard, the Sea Marshal program, the 96-hour notice of arrival requirement, and efforts to enhance container security. Source: HK Law

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