Thursday, April 24, 2008


Pack the pork rinds and Blue Ribbon! Posting may be light through the weekend. We're hitting the road early tomorrow for a run up to the Bay Area. The excuse is a college graduation and USNR commissioning for son of one's near and dear to us. The festivities will be at Cal Maritime.

An aerial view (linky)

Cal Maritime is a small California state college that never makes it onto most people's radar. It should because it's a fine institution. Then again, why would it? It's in the Bay Area and it cranks out graduates, many of whom have conservative leanings. Even more shocking is that many of the grads go onto serve in various branches of the military. Horrors! And so close to Berkley.

About Cal Maritime
Located in Vallejo, California, The California Maritime Academy (Cal Maritime) is a unique and specialized campus of The California State University that offers students bachelor’s degrees in business administration, facilities engineering technology, global studies and maritime affairs, marine engineering technology, marine transportation, and mechanical engineering. Cal Maritime is one of only seven degree-granting maritime academies in the United States — and the only one on the West Coast. A specialized education combining classroom instruction, experiential learning, and professional development prepare students for successful careers in international business and logistics, maritime policy, engineering, technology, or in the maritime and transportation industries. International travel, training, and experiences — including a two-month international training cruise onboard the Training Ship GOLDEN BEAR — prepare students in fields that are increasingly global in nature. Cal Maritime is committed to being a leading educational institution recognized for excellence in the business, engineering, operations, and policy of the transportation and related industries of the Pacific Rim and beyond.

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