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Wednesday, Aug. 22, 2012 Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class David R. A radio call from a freighter off the San Francisco coast triggered a Coast Guard air search for a flashing object seen crashing into the ocean, authorities said. A Coast
Three quahoggers aboard the 40-foot Full Circle out of New Bedford were rescued Sunday when their boat took on water 12 miles north of Nantucket. In January, the Full Circle sank at State Pier, with only its radar dome above the water's surface. In
Alaska (AP) — A vessel suspected of illegal driftnet fishing on the high seas has been transferred to China by the U.S. Coast Guard. A Coast Guard cutter encountered the 177-foot fishing ship about 850 miles east of Tokyo last
Coast Guard Cutter Morgenthau have seized more than 4,000 pounds of cocaine from a go-fast boat and apprehended four suspects during a counter-narcotics patrol off the Panamanian coast, authorities announced Thursday. Coast Guard officials said the
A San Diego-based Coast Guardsman who saved the life of a boy who nearly drowned in a pool at a Fourth of July party will be honored in a ceremony Monday at the Coast Guard's boat house at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot. Petty Officer Matthew
R.I. (AP) — The U.S. government's only active square rigger will be on view and open for public tours in Newport. The Coast Guard Cutter Eagle arrived on Friday morning. The 295-foot-long tall ship will be at
When the Coast Guard's newest cutter, the Richard Etheridge, sails into Port Everglades today in advance of Friday's scheduled commissioning, the visit may have the feel of a homecoming even though the ship has yet to go on its first mission. Two of
S ailing into action, Coast Guardmen saved eight people after receiving a distress call this afternoon from a boat two miles east of Dennis. About 1 p.m. a 21-foot pleasure vessel sent out a distress call that said the boat was taking on water,
Most died at sea trying to save mariners during search-and-rescue missions...One won the Medal of Honor for helping save the lives of 500 Marines under Japanese attack, and then made the ultimate sacrifice himself at Guadalcanal on Sept. 27, 1942.
Thirteen Cuban migrants have stopped in the waters of the Cayman Islands seeking repairs to their makeshift boat. Immigration officials are monitoring the 13 Cuban men aboard the rough-hewn wooden boat outfitted with an outboard motor.