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MM&P: An Organization of Maritime Professionals

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Federal Government Prosecuting Pasha For Unfair Labor Practices Associated With Two New Ships

Click here to view MM&P's press release regarding the federal government prosecuting Pasha for unfair labor practices associated with two new…

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AFL-CIO STATEMENT: EIGHT REASONS WHY THE REPUBLICAN TAX BILL IS BAD FOR WORKING PEOPLE

The AFL-CIO released the following statement on Nov. 2. “The House GOP have released a bad and unpopular plan to slash taxes for the rich by…

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The Truth About the Jones Act

Aaron Klein of the Brookings Institution writes in this insightful piece: "Understanding what is at stake with the Jones Act makes clear that it…

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MM&P HONOLULU REP RANDY SWINDELL MOUNTS SPIRITED DEFENSE OF JONES ACT IN PBS NEWS INTERVIEW

Randy Swindell, who represents MM&P in Honolulu, was a panelist on a PBS Hawai’i news report produced during the anti-Jones Act media campaign…

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Maritime Union

MM&P traces its origin back to 1880.  It has since fought to protect the rights and working conditions of the seagoing maritime community.
United Inland Membership Group, Offshore Membership Group, Pilot Membership Group, and Federal Employees Membership Group.

DC Action

Help MM&P win support of Congress on key
issues that are critical to the future of our maritime
union, mariners, and their families. Our union’s voice
in Washington, DC needs to be heard.

Credit Union

The Masters, Mates & Pilots Federal Credit Union was founded in 1959. It is a nonprofit financial organization owned and operated by its members for the benefit of all those who belong. Learn more about our credit union.

Member Login

Existing Masters, Mates & Pilots members click here to access the secure member’s area. If you need to create an account, follow the instructions on this page. This area is password protected and requires an account.