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Amazing Spider-Man 2 Movie Shoot at The Fort

Portions of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 movie were filmed at SUNY Maritime College in April of 2013. Photos of the Ravencroft Institute for the Criminally Insane set are contained in this photo album.


Director Marc Webb has posted a few times about Ravencroft already (see here and here...

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Fort Schuyler

Fort Schuyler is a preserved 19th century fortification in the New York City borough of the Bronx. It houses a museum, the Stephen B. Luce Library, and the Marine Transportation Department and Administrative offices of the State University of New York Maritime College. It is considered one of the...

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Home Page Photo Album

This photo album is displayed on the public website's home page.

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Merchant Marine

The United States Merchant Marine is the fleet of U.S. civilian-owned merchant vessels, operated by either the government or the private sector, that engage in commerce or transportation of goods and services in and out of the navigable waters of the United States. The Merchant Marine is responsi...

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Summer Sea Term

Like IDO Week, for most Maritime College graduates, summer sea term (aka "SST" and "cruise") is a defining experience that solidifies their bonds to their classmates and to the college itself.  Boys become men, girls become women and we all become a part of the fabric that makes up the Fort ...

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The Campus

The college campus copuldn't be more unique.  Located at the tip of the Throggs Neck peninsula in the Bronx, the campus is surrounded on three sides by water (East River and Long Island Sound) and dominated by the Throggs Neck Bridge and historic Fort Schuyler.  Stunning views of the Wh...

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The Departed Shoot At Fort Schuyler 2006

Legendary director, Martin Scorsese and lead actor and film star Matt Damon joined Warner Brothers’ ensemble of extras, cast and production crew on August 4-5 at SUNY Maritime College’s campus.

Because of its unique characteristics, Maritime was used to portray the Massachuset...

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The Regiment

Many say that the 'Maritime Experience' consists of three important components: a solid academic education, the hands-on experience that comes from Summer Sea Term and the validation of that experience; a USCG License, and the military lifestyle often referred to as The Regiment.  Start...

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Throggs Neck Bridge

Unlike many bridges proposed by Robert Moses, the Throgs Neck Bridge was not part of the circumferential highway network proposed in 1929 by the Regional Plan Association (RPA). With the postwar era dawning, Moses proposed a series of new bridges and connecting expressways to meet anticipated gro...

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Tools Of Our Trade

Sometimes we forget about all the things we use (or used to use) to carry out our work.  This photo album should remind you of some of the things, old and new, that we used while in school, at sea, and in our professions.

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TSES I - USS Procyon (AG-11)

USS Procyon (AG–11) was an Antares-class cargo ship in the United States Navy after World War I. She later served as a training vessel for the Merchant Marine Academy as Empire State. In 1940 the ship was returned to the United States Maritime Commission, was renamed American Pilot, and sai...

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TSES II - USS Hydrus

USS Hydrus (AKA-28) was an Artemis-class attack cargo ship named after the southern constellation Hydrus. She served as a commissioned ship for 15 months.

Hydrus (AKA-28) was launched under Maritime Commission contract by Walsh-Kaiser Co., Inc., Providence, R.I., 28 October 1944; sponsore...

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TSES III - USS Mercy

USS Mercy, a 11,250 ton (limiting displacement) hospital ship, was built under Maritime Commission contract at Wilmington, California, as a C1-B type freighter. She was acquired by the Navy when launched in March 1943, and converted to a hospital ship at San Pedro, California. The new ship was co...

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TSES IV - USNS Henry Gibbins

On August 23, 1941, in the shipyards of the Ingalls Shipbuilding Corporation in Pascagoula, Mississipi, the keel of a new ship, the BILOXI was laid down under a Maritime Commission contract. It was one of the four Ingalls C-3 type vessels designed and constructed as troopships. The BILOXI was lau...

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TSES V - USNS Barrett

The Barrett, Geiger and Upshur were identical ships (P2-S1-DN1) built by the New York Shipbuilding Corporation, New Jersey. Originally laid down for the American President Lines [APL], they were taken over by the Navy's Military Sea Transportation Service [MSTS], renamed for Marine Corps generals...

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TSES VI - SS Mooremactide

The vessel known today as Empire State VI was originally built for States Steamship Company in Newport News, Virginia at Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock Company as a MARAD Type C4-S-1u break bulk cargo freighter. She was delivered to the States Lines on 19 April 1962 as the SS Oregon, a nam...

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USS Newport

USS Newport (Gunboat No.12/PG-12/IX-19) was a United States Navy gunboat. She was laid down by Bath Iron Works, Bath, Maine in March 1896, launched on 5 December 1896, sponsored by Miss Frances La Farge, and commissioned on 5 October 1897, Comdr. B. F. Tilley in command.

 

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USS Saint Mary's

St. Mary's was built in 1843-44 at the Washington Navy Yard, Washington, D.C., was commissioned in the fall of 1844, Commander John L. Saunders in command.

 

Service History

 

Gulf of Mexico, 1844–1846

Designated initially for duty with the ...

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Who Painted That '76' On The Bridge?

Who Painted the Giant 76 on the Bridge?

Most people seem to crave recognition as if it was one of the cornerstones of happiness.   By ...

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