US Coast Guard Newswire (Page 2)

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  1. NMMA names 2018 Alan J. Freedman, Charles Chapman Award winnersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 16 | Boating Industry

    The NMMA honored Giuseppe Carnevali, Founder and CEO, Navionics, with the 2018 Alan J. Freedman Memorial Leadership Award, which recognizes individuals who've made outstanding contributions to the marine accessories industry through leadership, creativity and personal motivation. "NMMA is proud to honor Giuseppe Carnevali with the Alan J. Freedman Award for his ingenuity and lifelong commitment to the marine industry, most notably his work to modernize marine navigation," noted Thom Dammrich, NMMA president.

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  2. Southcom Commander: Modest Investments Needed to Build Security NetworkRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 16 | U.S. Department of Defense

    The command -- the smallest combatant command -- works with partners throughout Latin America and the Caribbean to address shared challenges and build capabilities and capacity. The challenges these nations feel often manifest themselves in the streets of the United States, the admiral told the panel.

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  3. Lifeguard stranded in the Atlantic for 16 daysRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 16 | Daily Mail

    Lifeguard was stranded in the Atlantic for 16 days after his boat broke down and left him starving at sea when his cookies ran out Samuel Leroy Moss was left surviving on snacks for 10 days and starving for six after he became stranded at sea A lifeguard has returned home after nearly starving to death while stranded on a disabled boat in the Atlantic Ocean for 16 days. Samuel Leroy Moss, 23, of Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas, ran out of fuel as a result of an engine malfunction while on his way back to the Islands from South Florida , USA.

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  4. Kidnapped South Carolina girl Heidi Todd reunited with her familyRead the original story

    Friday Feb 16 | WCNC-TV Charlotte

    A South Carolina girl who was kidnapped from her home and transported across three states has been reunited with her family. "Thank you to everyone for their support through this difficult time.

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  5. Gone West: Aviation Safety Advocate Archie TrammellRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 15 | Aero-News Network

    The NBAA has marked the passing of Archie Trammell, a weather radar expert, aviation journalist and lifelong safety advocate, who died at his home in Mansfield, TX, Feb. 5. He was 89. In 2006, NBAA recognized Trammell with the association's Meritorious Service to Aviation Award the group's highest honor. The award is presented annually to an individual who, by virtue of a lifetime of personal dedication, has made significant, identifiable contributions that have materially advanced aviation interests.

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  6. USCG Auxiliary holds Change of Watch ceremonyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 15 | Lake County Record-Bee

    KELSEYVILLE >> On February 10, the members of the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary, Flotilla 8-8 of Lake County, met for their annual Change of Watch ceremony at the Konocti Bay Sailing Club facility located at Braito's Marina in Kelseyville, California. This ceremony commemorates the changing of the flotilla commander and its staff officers for the year of 2018.

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  7. Video shows Coast Guard rescuing fishermen off Martha's Vineyard coastRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 15 | Stars and Stripes

    Four fishermen are in good health after their ship sank off the coast near Martha's Vineyard, according to the U.S. Coast Guard. The captain of the Sea Star, a 65-foot vessel, alerted the Coast Guard at 6:20 p.m. that the ship was taking on water, listing heavily and that the crew had slipped into lifesuits.

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  8. Coast Guard ship returns to Portsmouth after 2 month drug patrol Read Story Erin PattersonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 15 | WVEC-TV Norfolk

    The crew was out on an 81-day counter-drug patrol in the Eastern Pacific. The Cutter Northland stopped and searched five vessels, detained 16 suspected drug traffickers, and seized over 16,000 pounds of cocaine, worth approximately $252 million.

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  9. Mourning follows tragic loss of a fishing vessel and crewRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 15 | Star News Group

    On Feb. 9, the U.S. Coast Guard called off the search for Paul Alexandre Matos, 30, of Bayville, and Dennis R. Smalling Jr., 34, of Point Pleasant, after the pair went missing 40 miles off the coast of Barnegat early Thursday morning. "It was a tragedy and I can't imagine not adding them," Mayor Stephen Reid said this week.

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  10. Firefighters and iceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 15 | Estes Park Trail-Gazette

    On a frigid Saturday afternoon this past weekend, the Estes Valley Fire District was conducting surface ice rescue training at the Carriage Hills Pond, simulating rescues from icy waters.

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  11. Ice 'looks like Swiss cheese' on parts of Saginaw River, DNR warns anglersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 15 | MLive.com

    Snow has covered thin ice and soft spots on the Saginaw Bay, and ice on the Saginaw River "looks like Swiss cheese," the Michigan Department of Natural Resources warns. That's according to this week's fishing report issued by the department Thursday, Feb. 15, which aims to give anglers an idea of fishing conditions around the state.

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  12. Coast Guard Offloads 14,000 Pounds of Cocaine in Port EvergladesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 15 | Marine News

    The crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Hamilton is scheduled to offload approximately 7 tons of cocaine Tuesday in Port Everglades worth an estimated $190 million wholesale seized in international waters in the Eastern Pacific Ocean. The drugs were interdicted off the coasts of Mexico , Central and South America by multiple U.S. Coast Guard cutters.

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  13. Coast Guard saves four fishermen from sinking vesselRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 15 | The Martha's Vineyard Times

    The U.S. Coast Guard rescued four fishermen from a sinking vessel Wednesday evening 18 miles south of the Vineyard, Petty Officer Nicole Groll said. The New Bedford fishing vessel radioed the Coast Guard at 6:20 pm, indicating the Sea Star was listing heavily and taking on water, Groll said.

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  14. What killed Buffalo officer Craig Lehner? Sister blames lack of trainingRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 15 | The Post-Standard

    The sister of Craig Lehner, the Buffalo police officer who died during a dive training accident in the Niagara River in October, says the Buffalo Police Department should not have allowed the training exercise to take place because it was too dangerous, that her brother had not been properly trained before going into the water and that his diving equipment was "in dangerous, unsafe and/or defective condition," according to court papers she filed late last month. Lehner, a K-9 officer who joined the Buffalo Police Underwater Recovery Team six months before his death, had just jumped into the water for a training exercise in the fast-moving waters of the Niagara River when he ran into trouble.

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  15. Drug smuggler dumps 1800lbs of cocaine worth A 16.5m in seaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 15 | Daily Mail

    'Drug smugglers' desperately dump 1,800 lbs of cocaine worth A 16.5m off the side of a speedboat during a high-speed chase with the US Coast Guard A Coast Guard Cutter Hamilton apprehended the smugglers as part of an operation that seized seven tons of cocaine This is the shocking moment a suspected drug smuggler dumped millions of pounds worth of cocaine in the sea during a US Coast Guard chase. A person was caught on camera dumping 1,800lbs of cocaine into the waters, with an approximate street value of A 16.5 million.

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  16. Steal from NJ's inlets to feed the beaches - Complementary sand projects underwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 14 | WKXW-FM Trenton

    Eroded beaches and sand-clogged inlets are just a couple of the common problems facing New Jersey's shore communities. Projects underway in Ocean and Atlantic counties turn those two problems into one big solution - take excess sand from the waterway and dump it onto the beaches that need widening.

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  17. Man dies near Ritidian Point helping stranded swimmersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 14 | KUAM News

    ... However, only four were able to make it back to shore safely. The good Samaritan was accounted for. GFD, the US Coast Guard and HSC 25 searched the area and recovered the victim about a half an hour later. CPR was conducted at the scene and while he ...

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  18. Unalaska pays thousands to sink already sunk boatRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 14 | APRN

    The City of Unalaska will pay $36,000 to help sink a boat that's already on the ocean floor. The state scuttled the F/V Akutan last month with help from the U.S. Coast Guard, but they moved forward before collecting funds from the city.

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  19. Crewmember On Container Ship Rescued By Coast Guard HelicopterRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 14 | SFGate

    A crewmember hemorrhaging blood on a container ship 55 miles off the San Francisco coast was taken by a U.S. Coast Guard helicopter to San Francisco and then treated at a hospital Tuesday, a Coast Guard spokesman said today. The man, a 35-year-old from Taiwan, injured his hand around 5:30 a.m. Tuesday and the crew of his ship, the YM Eminence, was having trouble controlling the bleeding, according to Coast Guard spokesman Petty Officer Cory Mendenhall.

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  20. Search for S.C. girl after officials say mom beaten in homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 14 | CBS News

    A 4-year-old girl who disappeared Tuesday in South Carolina on Tuesday has been found safe in Alabama, Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg confirmed Wednesday. Tecklenburg said a police officer in Riverside, Alabama, stopped a suspect and managed to get Heidi Todd out of the suspect's vehicle, but said the suspect got away, CBS affiliate WCSC reports .

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