Coast Guard Training Center Cape May Hosts Missions Day

Coast Guard Training Center Cape May Hosts Missions Day
Lt. Sam Hill, a pilot stationed at Coast Guard Air Station Atlantic City, N.J., speaks with congressional staffers, Friday, May 13, 2016. (U.S. Coast Guard Photo by Chief Warrant Officer John Edwards CAPE MAY, N.J. – Coast Guard Training Center Cape May hosted congressional staff members, Friday, for a display of various Coast Guard assets during Coast Guard Mission’s Day. More than 40 congressional...

Coast Guard rescues 2 from vessel taking on water in Delaware Bay

Coast Guard rescues 2 from vessel taking on water in Delaware Bay
PHILADELPHIA — The Coast Guard rescued two people Thursday after the boat they were on began taking on water approximately three miles west of Fortescue, New Jersey. Coast Guard Sector Delaware Bay watchstanders received notification Thursday at approximately 10 p.m. the 40-foot sailboat Velphia with two people aboard was taking on water. Coast Guard Station Fortescue, New Jersey, launched a 25-foot...

Coast Guard suspends search for fishing vessel Mandy Ness off NJ coast

BARNEGAT LIGHT, N.J. — The Coast Guard suspended its search for the 44-foot commercial fishing vessel Mandy Ness Saturday, which capsized 10 miles offshore here Jan. 10. After an extensive underwater search conducted by the crews of the Coast Guard Cutter William Tate, homeported in Philadelphia, the Coast Guard Cutter Willow, homeported in Newport, R.I., Coast Guard Station Barnegat Light, the Coast...

Coast Guard retrieves aground barge near Walsey Creek in Queenstown, Md.

BALTIMORE — The Coast Guard retrieved the aground barge Friday afternoon, that broke free from a Coast Guard cutter during a storm Wednesday. The crew aboard the Coast Guard Cutter Sledge, a construction tender homeported in Baltimore, retrieved the barge and is towing it to the Coast Guard Yard to be inspected and put back into service. A crew from the Coast Guard Cutter William Tate and a crew...

Coast Guard to retrieve barge near Walsey Creek in Queenstown, Md.

BALTIMORE — The Coast Guard is responding to a barge that broke away from a Coast Guard cutter during a storm here Wednesday. The 100-foot barge was alongside the Coast Guard Cutter James Rankin that was anchored approximately 3 miles north of the Chester River when it broke free at approximately 10 p.m. and drifted toward Winchester Creek and Walsey Creek near Queenstown. No one was injured during...