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U.S. Coast Guard officials say the Houston Ship Channel accident left a 30-foot hole in the cargo ship, and threatened to spill hundreds of thousands of gallons of oil.
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President Benigno Aquino has unveiled new arms purchases worth at least 30 billion pesos to modernise the Philippine military amid recent skirmishes with China in the South China Sea.
Ice on the Great Lakes has reached historic levels and that means a lot of work for the U.S. Coast Guard cutter crews tasked with keeping the shipping lanes open.
UPDATE: The Seattle Times reports that the spill was entirely contained to the site and no oil spilled into local waters.
President Obama has tapped current Pacific Area and Defense Force West commander Vice Adm.
The sweeping bow-shaped design of the planned National Coast Guard Museum is a tribute to New London's rich maritime heritage.
The U.S. Coast Guard cutter Sherman and its 170-member crew returned to their Southern California homeport Friday following a 50-day Eastern Pacific patrol.
Today at 2:11 p.m., the Milford Fire Department received a 911 call for two people in distress from an overturned canoe between Silvers State Park and Charles Island.
Coast Guard Cutter Block Island, which called Atlantic Beach its home port throughout its career, was decommissioned Friday in a ceremony at Coast Guard Base Fort Macon.
A former U.S. Coast Guard commanding officer who admitted to trying to hire a hitman to kill a Middle Keys Realtor has had his sentencing pushed back a month.
Bollinger Shipyards will build two more Fast Response Cutters for the U.S. Coast Guard, for a combined price of $80 million.
The Sealth's steering anomalies were thoroughly investigated during its time in dry dock and no immediate or direct cause was detected, according to David Moseley, WSDOT, Assistant Secretary, Ferries Division.
The cost to repair the Memorial Bridge fender system damaged in an accident with a tanker March 7 is likely to run "in the six figures," said a transportation official Thursday.
Lt. j.g. Claire L. Miller talks with duty watchstanders in the engine room aboard the Coast Guard Cutter Dauntless Feb. 20, 2014.
The United States Coast Guard will start breaking ice in the lower West Neebish Channel at 0800 local on Monday the 17th of March in preparation for the 2014 Shipping Season .
The Coast Guard cutter Gallatin pulls into its North Charleston dock Dec. 11 for the last time before its decommissioning, which is scheduled for March 31. A commissioned Coast Guard officer will face a court martial next week on accusations of sexually charged conduct when he served on the Charleston-based cutter Gallatin.