#145 Sal Mercogliano - Shipping Makes The World Go Around, Lessons From The Sea, And How To Build A Maritime Career
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Sal Mercogliano is the Chair of the Department of History, Criminal Justice and Political Science at Campbell University in North Carolina. He is a former merchant mariner, and the author of Fourth Arm of Defense: Sealift and Military Logistics during the Vietnam War.
Sal is a frequent contributor to gCaptain and other maritime outlets. Lastly, he is also the brilliant host of What’s Going On With Shipping on YouTube. The popular Maritime Show that breaks down global shipping in an exciting way,
In this episode we cover:
- How Sal got the shipping bug
- The difference between working afloat and ashore
- Why Japan, China, and Korea dominates ship building
- The role of US in Maritime and Shipping going forward
- Sal’s best advice to make a great career in the industry
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