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    Relatives await news of the crew of 33 aboard the missing cargo ship El Faro at the Seafarers Union Hall on Sunday in Jacksonville, Fla. The Associated Press

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    To show their support, members of the University of Southern Maine women's soccer team display the name of the missing cargo ship on their arms Saturday before a game at Plymouth State College in Plymouth, N.H. Team member Ariana Davidson, a sophomore, is the daughter of the ship's captain, Michael Davidson of Windham. Photo courtesy USM

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    First-year students at Maine Maritime Academy in Castine march in a group, as required when traveling around campus. The students are called Midshipmen Under Guidance, or MUGS. Students at the academy are taught military-style regimentation so they can function as a disciplined team when working at sea under stressful situations. Photo by Tom Bell/Staff Writer

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    Family, union and company officials wait outside the Seafarer’s International Union hall on Sunday in Jacksonville, Fla., as an intensive search resumed in the southeastern Bahamas for a U.S. cargo ship with 33 people on board.

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    The 790-foot cargo ship El Faro was en route to Puerto Rico when it ran into Hurricane Joaquin last week. In its final message Thursday morning, the crew reported the vessel had taken on water and was listing 15 degrees. The ship, captained by Michael Davidson of Windham, had three other Mainers aboard.

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