Ask the Editor Archive

Ask the Editor is an online feature where the editors of WorkBoat magazine answer questions submitted by you, the readers. If you have a question you'd like to see answered, please send it along to any of our editors: David Krapf, Ken Hocke, or Bruce Buls. Not sure which editor can best answer your question?  That's OK.  Submit your question here and we'll figure it out for you. Thanks for watching!

June 27, 2011: David Krapf looks into a matter for the San Francisco Bar Pilots 

June 6, 2011: Ken Hocke discusses the future of the Gulf's oil and gas industry 

May 19, 2011: David Krapf tackles vision testing questions 

April 25, 2011: David Krapf talks economy with Bollinger's Edward Socha 

April 18, 2011: Bruce Buls outlines the differences between bollard pull and brake horsepower testing 

March 29, 2011: Ken Hocke talks oil prices with Victor Brossotte 

March 16, 2011: Ken Hocke explains just how you get on the cover of the magazine 

March 7, 2011: David Krapf talks Mardi Gras and what those TWIC cards are really for.

Feb. 11, 2011: David Krapf discusses what is "tonnage" and whether WorkBoat will be listing tonnage in the new boat specifications 

Jan. 31, 2011: Ken Hocke talks travel plans and crew desires 

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The Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) concept continues to be controversial. While it’s certainly been a boon for the builders, Marinette and Austal, has it been good for the Navy? Is it a wise use of taxpayer dollars? Author: Bruce Buls
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