Coast Guard and Local Agencies Remove Vessels  Damaged by Hurricane Harvey

The Coast Guard and the Texas General Land Office have been fully integrated into a Unified Command with the mission assignment of removing displaced or partially submerged vessels as a result of Hurricane Harvey.

Coast Guard and Local Agencies Remove Vessels Damaged by Hurricane Harvey

Coast Guard Atlantic Strike Team Safety Officer Ed Primeau, and Craig Groman, a safety officer from Incident Management Assist Team discuss safety aspects of the vessel removal operations at Fulton Harbor, Rockport, Texas, with Austin Dulany, an advanced response officer with Texas General Land Office, and Coast Guard Petty Officer Anthony Bemis, a marine science technician with the Atlantic Strike Team and on Oct. 19, 2017.  U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Valerie Higdon.

Coast Guard and Local Agencies Remove Vessels Damaged by Hurricane Harvey

Austin Dulany, an advanced response officer with Texas General Land Office and Coast Guard Petty Officer Anthony Bemis, a marine science technician with the Atlantic Strike Team, oversee the vessel removal operations of a boat sunk by Hurricane Harvey at Fulton Harbor in Rockport, Texas, on Oct. 19, 2017. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Valerie Higdon.

Coast Guard and Local Agencies Remove Vessels Damaged by Hurricane Harvey

Austin Dulany, an advanced response officer with Texas General Land Office and Coast Guard Petty Officer Anthony Bemis, a marine science technician with the Coast Guard Atlantic Strike Team, discuss aspects of a vessel removal at Fulton Harbor, Rockport, Texas, on Oct. 19, 2017, as a contracted salvage diver prepares to inspect a boat sunk by Hurricane Harvey.

For additional imagery and videos of the Hurricane Harvey response, please visit our Hurricane Harvey Flickr page.

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