Coast Guard repatriates 5 Haitian migrants

MIAMI – The crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Dauntless repatriated five Haitian migrants to Cap Haitien, Haiti, Tuesday after being found aboard a 25-foot vessel Friday.

Coast Guard urges caution as Hurricane Earl approaches

BOSTON – With Hurricane Earl expected to pass along the Atlantic Coast this weekend, the Coast Guard is stressing the importance of safety for boaters and swimmers during the hurricane season.

Coast Guard to decommission 35-year old Long Range Navigation Station Caribou

CARIBOU, Maine – The Coast Guard is holding a decommissioning ceremony for its Long Range Aids to Navigation (LORAN) Station in Caribou, Maine, Wednesday, Sept. 1, 2010.

Coast Guard rescues two men from Wahoo Island, Ga.

SAVANNAH, Ga. – A Coast Guard helicopter crew rescued two men from Wahoo Island, Ga., Tuesday at approximately 1:15 a.m., after their 20-foot air boat became disabled.

Coast Guard reopens port in San Juan, Puerto Rico

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico – The Coast Guard Sector San Juan Captain of the Port, Capt. Eduardo Pino, reopened at 10 a.m. Tuesday and set Port Condition X-RAY for the ports of San Juan, Ponce, Guayanilla and Mayaguez, Puerto Rico.

If you can be Heard, you can be Rescued

Washington – Sound is the #1 factor in deterring crime and finding lost victims. When you are injured, cold, lost and tired, shouting can leave you hoarse and exhausted in a matter of minutes.

Coast Guard Medevacs Woman from Cruise Ship

SAN DIEGO – The Coast Guard medically evacuated a woman from a cruise ship about 12 miles east of San Clemente Island, Calif., in the early morning hours Tuesday.

Coast Guard aircrew rescues stranded mariner

HONOLULU – The Coast Guard rescued a stranded mariner from a rocky shoreline on Kauai after he was reported missing Sunday.

Vessel runs aground in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary

KEY WEST, Fla. – The 49-foot pleasure craft LISERN II ran aground Sunday on Grecian Rocks in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.