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|08-21-2009 08:40 AM|
|sailingSammy||I think it is also required for anyone who has to enter a secure area of a port facility. When I went for my photo and fingerprints there were 2 Canadian truckers waiting in line also. I saw a sign at the roadway entrance to Port Everglades in July that said "No TWIC No Entry"|
|08-20-2009 08:38 PM|
Thats good to know! I've never had a problem renewing my docs (knocking on wood now!) but anything that makes things easier I'm all for!
|08-20-2009 08:25 PM|
|bheintz||Having a TWIC has sped up the processing time of renewing your license - I got my new MMC in 28 days. (Merchant Marine Credential: combination of a Merchant Marinerís Document (MMD), a Merchant Marinerís License (License), a Certificate of Registry (COR), and an International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW) Endorsement.)|
|08-20-2009 05:53 PM|
I'm a professional mariner with a TWIC card, I've had it for about a year now. I recently went aboard my vessel in Port Fourchon, La. and I showed my card to the 300 pound lady gate guard. This bright spark looked at my TWIC and said "whut dis is?".
I feel lots safer!
|03-02-2009 01:58 PM|
|Yamsailor||I have a USCG License. All licensed mariners and/or Z-Card holders are required to possess a TWIC.|
|03-02-2009 01:10 PM|
|sailingdog||If you have a USCG license, I don't believe getting a TWIC is optional. You have to get one.|
|02-28-2009 01:28 PM|
Transportation Worker Identification Card (TWIC)
TSA: Frequently Asked Questions
|02-28-2009 12:43 PM|
|genieskip||What the hell is a TWIC?|
|02-28-2009 12:04 PM|
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|02-28-2009 12:00 PM|
|mgmhead||It was discussed but lacking a SSN they got a waiver. Besides, it was decided that as Mules they were akin to Donkey's and that practically makes them Democrats so they were deemed... AOK!|
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