DHS Secretary observes maritime short notice response exercise

U.S. Navy helicopters from Coronado, Calif. hoisted members of Maritime Security and Safety Team San Diego on to the Coast Guard Cutter Aspen for the maritime short notice response demonstrations, July 20, 2017, San Pedro, Calif. The Coast Guard is essential to a global supply chain system that supports innovation and prosperity by ensuring the secure and reliable movement of goods within our domestic borders and around the world. U.S. Coast Guard photos by Petty Officer 3rd class DaVonte' Marrow.

U.S. Navy helicopters from Coronado, Calif. hoisted members of Maritime Security and Safety Team San Diego on to the Coast Guard Cutter Aspen for the maritime short notice response demonstrations, July 20, 2017. U.S. Coast Guard photos by Petty Officer 3rd class DaVonte’ Marrow.

SAN PEDRO, Calif. — Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly visited the Coast Guard Cutter Aspen Thursday.

While underway aboard the Aspen, Kelly observed Coast Guard Maritime Safety and Security Team San Diego perform a readiness exercise showcasing how the Coast Guard responds to emergency law-enforcement incidents at sea.

The MSST crew fast-roped from two U.S. Navy MH-60 Seahawk helicopters from Coronado aboard the Aspen.

The Coast Guard is essential to a global supply chain system that supports innovation and prosperity by ensuring the secure and reliable movement of goods within our domestic borders and around the world.

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