Maze Vessel Dedication Ceremony
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah District dedicated its new hydrographic survey vessel, Maze, on December 7, during a ceremony on the Savannah River. The vessel will lead dredging operations and navigation, primarily in Savannah and Brunswick harbors and along the coast of Georgia, helping to ensure national security and international commerce for the nation. The vessel will also increase fleet flexibility, reliability and mission readiness including post –storm harbor assessments.

The Maze took its name from the late Anthony “Tony” Maze, a longtime Savannah District employee who died in 2015. A native of Baltimore County, Indiana, Maze began his career with the Savannah District in 1978, serving as a boat captain until he retired in 2014. During his tenure with the Corps, Maze stood behind the helm of various survey vessels and was known for his dedication, expertise and seamanship abilities.
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