Coast Guard to Help With Road Clean-Up

HONOLULU — Crew members from Coast Guard Air Station Barbers Point are to spend time Wednesday helping clean up Coral Sea Road, the two-lane road which runs from Ewa Beach to Barbers Point.

As part of the Adopt-a-Highway program and in recognition of last weekend’s Earth Day, crew members at the air station will volunteer their time to pick up trash and debris along the road. Air Station Barbers Point is the Coast Guard’s base of operations for aerial search and rescue and law enforcement missions in Hawaii and the Central Pacific.

Approximately 200 Coast Guard members are assigned to Air Station Barbers Point, which features three HH-65 Dolphin helicopters and four C-130 long range aircraft. The Coast Guardsmen will start at 8 a.m. and walk along the road for approximately four hours.

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