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Pier Inspection: U.S. Air Base, Thule, Greenland

The U.S. Air Base in Thule, Greenland is the US Military’s northernmost installation with the world’s northernmost deep-water port.  The port is open for only a few months each year during which time all bulk cargo and fuel bound for the base must be imported.

OSI supported an engineering inspection of a critical pier. including mobilization an onsite vessel of opportunity and performed a multibeam hydrographic survey of near-pier and under-pier areas.

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