Coast Guard and local responders search for missing diver near Catalina

Coast Guard and local responders search for missing diver near Catalina
Coast Guard Cutter Narwhal file photo SAN PEDRO, Calif. – The Coast Guard and local responders are searching for a diver that was reported missing Monday morning near Catalina, Calif. The dive vessel Cee Ray contacted Sector Los Angeles-Long Beach watchstanders using VHF Channel 16 at 2:10 a.m., to report a missing diver. Watchstanders launched an Air Station San Francisco Forward Operating Base...

Video – Search Continues For Downed Aviators

SAN DIEGO – Coast Guard aircrew members from Sector San Diego conduct search patterns east of San Clemente Island Friday, Oct. 30,2009 to search for survivors of a mid-air collision that occurred the evening of Thursday, Oct. 29, 2009.

Coast Guard rescues five people after Alameda-based sailing vessel capsizes during race

ALAMEDA, Calif. — An MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter crew from Coast Guard Air Station San Diego rescued five people after their sail boat capsized 197 miles southwest of San Diego, Wednesday morning.

Coast Guard Conducts Medical Evacuation from Fishing Vessel

SAN DIEGO — The Coast Guard conducted a medevac from a commercial fishing boat 80 miles south of Point Loma, Calif., Friday evening.

Coast Guard continues search for missing boaters

SAN PEDRO, Calif. — The Coast Guard is continuing its search Monday for two missing boaters in the waters between Catalina Island and Santa Cruz Harbor in Monterey, Calif. Search and rescue efforts are being coordinated by Coast Guard District 11 located in Alameda, Calif.

Coast Guard conducts long range medevac

SAN DIEGO — At 2 p.m. this afternoon a Coast Guard MH-60J Jayhawk helicopter crew from Air Station San Diego performed a medical evacuation of a 67-year-old woman 220 miles southwest of San Diego.

Coast Guard Responds to Pacific Northwest Flooding

ASTORIA, Ore. – The United States Coast Guard in conjunction with other federal, state and local agencies is continuing its response to the Pacific Northwest flooding.

California Coast Guard Units Respond to Pacific Northwest Floods

SAN FRANCISCO – U. S. Coast Guard personnel and assets from Air Stations San Francisco and San Diego will deploy to Oregon and Washington State on Thursday morning, Jan.8, from Air Station San Francisco, to assist with possible rescue and relief efforts in connection with heavy rains and flooding in those regions.

Coast Guard and Navy Join Forces to Conduct Medical Evacuation

SAN DIEGO — Coast Guard helicopter crews from San Diego and San Francisco worked together with the USS Abraham Lincoln in the medical evacuation of a 42-year-old man from the motor vessel Marie Rikmers, 650 miles off the coast of San Diego on Sunday.