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14 May 2007

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It spans the seas like a ferry boat and traverses dry land like an oversized truck, but from the cockpit, you fly it like a helicopter. Late last week, when California needed assistance transporting firefighting equipment 25 miles offshore to battle wi... [Read More]

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Having worked with LCAC crews I can tell you two things about them. 1) They are loud (you can often hear them before you can see them) and the boat drivers think they are fighter pilots.... wearing jumpsuits and all.

John, my understanding is that they're trained because like fighter pilots, as the LCACs require lots and lots of specialized training to operate. So the jump suits sort of make sense!

The construction field always has it ups and downs and is always changing but progress will never stop.Even in a questionable economy there is always room for growth and expansion. The will and strength of the people is what makes us all able to move forward and accomplish great feats together. and construction has always been the backbone of this country no matter the economic status.

I have seen too many workers injured and even killed working with unsafe construction equipment. It seems to be all about the bottom dollar to most manufacturers which is why you have to be very careful when purchasing new machinery.

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