Church creates song calling Coasties “faggots” who are condemned to hell

Church creates song calling Coasties "faggots" who are condemned to hell
The Westboro Baptist Church released a press release on July 5th stating their intent to picket a Florida-based Coast Guard Air Station. In the inflammatory extremist group’s news release they stated their visit would take place at USCG’s Clearwater Air Station on July 10th. “We will come to Clearwater with God’s message — REPENT OR PERISH — and share our scriptural...

Coast Guard Station Gloucester honors one-of-a-kind Shipmate

Coast Guard Station Gloucester honors one-of-a-kind Shipmate
Matty Marcone waits to get underway at Coast Guard Station Gloucester May 18, 2016. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Cynthia Oldham By Petty Officer 2nd Class Cynthia Oldham  When Michael Palelli saw 19-year-old Matty Marcone’s story on the news he said it hit him like a ton of bricks. The piece highlighted the Massachusetts native and Canton High School student donning his school’s...

Dinner and a rescue

Dinner and a rescue
Coast Guard Station Fort Macon Fireman James D. Sanders, Jr., stands outside the station, Friday, May 20, 2016. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Nate Littlejohn By Petty Officer 3rd Class Joshua L. Canup and Petty Officer 2nd Class Nate Littlejohn Five women, all senior citizens, gathered for a photo on a pier outside a waterfront restaurant in Beaufort, North Carolina, on the evening...

Coast Guard commissions Cutter Donald Horsley in San Juan

Coast Guard commissions Cutter Donald Horsley in San Juan
The crew of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Donald Horsley salutes as the ship is brought to life during its commissioning at Coast Guard Sector San Juan, Puerto Rico May 20, 2016.  (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Ricardo Castrodad) SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico – The Coast Guard commissioned into service the latest fast response cutter, the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Donald Horsley (WPC-1117), during a ceremony at...

Coast Guard to unveil historic lifeboat in Chatham, MA

Coast Guard to unveil historic lifeboat in Chatham, MA
A Coast Guard 44 footer underway in heavy weather. U.S. Coast Guard photo BOSTON — A ceremony unveiling a historic lifeboat as a new static display in Chatham is scheduled for 11 a.m. Friday at Coast Guard Station Chatham. The new static display commemorates the first production 44-foot Motor Lifeboat purchased by the Coast Guard and commissioned in Chatham in 1963. Previously, this small boat was...

Coast Guard transfers stewardship of Nobska Point Light to Town of Falmouth, MA

Coast Guard transfers stewardship of Nobska Point Light to Town of Falmouth, MA
The Coast Guard and the Town of Falmouth held a ceremony Monday at Nobska Light in Falmouth to mark the transfer of the light’s care from the Coast Guard to the community.  (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Lt. Karen Kutkiewicz) BOSTON —  The Coast Guard and the Town of Falmouth held a ceremony Monday at Nobska Light in Falmouth to mark the transfer of the light’s care from the Coast Guard to...

Coast Guard ends “Bubble man’s” journey after two days

Coast Guard ends "Bubble man's" journey after two days
After only two days of an endurance running feat that would have taken him past the Bahamas, Haiti and Cuba afloat in a handcrafted bubble, ultra marathoner Ray “Reza” Baluchi has ended his trek on the advice of authorities. Ray “Reza” Baluchi left from Pompano Beach on Friday and was picked up Sunday by the U.S. Coast Guard near Fort Pierce, cutting short what...

Coast Guard warns of consequences for false mayday calls

Coast Guard warns of consequences for false mayday calls
WARRENTON, Ore. – The Coast Guard is warning individuals who make false mayday reports to the Coast Guard, that there are consequences to those actions. Coast Guard Sector Columbia River Command Center personnel have received four potentially false mayday calls in the last two weeks. “Hoax calls waste valuable time and resources, but most importantly it potentially puts responding personnel in...

Bigger Isn’t Always Better – Cigar Myths BUSTED (Sponsored)

Bigger Isn’t Always Better – Cigar Myths BUSTED (Sponsored)
  There’s very few activities I find more relaxing than settling down with a nice cigar after a long day of work. However, what should be a very simple process (cut one end, light the other, go) is filled with riddles and mysteries for many cigar enthusiasts. Talk to any guy at a cigar gathering, and you’ll get tons of “tips” and “insider advice” on the cigar world. Here at Cigars...