Today in Coast Guard History – March 10th

  • 1909- The British barkentine Ladysmith, during a thick fog, stranded three miles WSW of the Fisher’s Island Life-Saving Station. The keeper was notified by telephone and the life-savers, in surfboat, proceeded to the scene. They safely rescued the Ladysmith’s master, his wife, and 9 seamen.
  • 1983- The Coast Guard retired the last operational HU-16E Albatross, ending the “era of seaplanes” for the service.
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