MITAG

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MITAGMaritime Institute of Technology and Graduate Studies (Maryland)
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Previously, only one super typhoon had formed in March, in 1961 (while STY Mitag reached is lifetime maximum intensity in March, it formed in February).
As many as 418,000 people may have to be evacuated for Mitag, although the main priority is some 236,000 living in the most vulnerable areas such as on river banks and in landslide-prone areas, Salceda said.
There were no storms in May and only Tropical Storm Hagibis in June (although the JMA dataset also includes TS Mitag in June).
Six people drowned and another was electrocuted due to floods set off by Mitag, which was powering over the Philippine Sea toward the east coast of the country's main island of Luzon, officials said.
Non-degree granting institutions such as GMATS (Global Maritime Transportation School) at Kings Point, Long Island, and MITAGS (Maritime Institute of Technology and Graduate Studies) have implemented blended learning through partnership agreements with the American Military University, an exclusively online institution and a member of the regionally accredited American Public University System.
There are non-degree professional institutions focused on preparing mariners for maritime licenses including Meba Calhoon, Maritime Institute of Technology and Graduate Studies (MITAGS), and the Paul Hall Center for Maritime Training and Education, all of which are located in Maryland.
The chapter held a luncheon meeting on October 10 at the MITAGS (Maritime Training and Graduate Studies) conference center in Linthicum, MD.
The Baltimore Chapter held it's November luncheon at the MITAGS facility in Linthicum, MD.
MITAGS Maritime Institute of Technology & Graduate Studies
The breakfast meeting held at MITAGS was headed by Captain Joseph Stone, Chapter President and Richard Plant, Chapter Secretary and in attendance was Captain Timothy Brown, MM&P President and other Baltimore Chapter members.