Large propane tank removed from Connecticut River

Large propane tank removed from Connecticut River
New Haven, Conn. – The Coast Guard, along with federal, state, and local partners found and removed a large propane tank from the Connecticut River, Saturday. The Coast Guard was notified Wednesday of a large, approximately 1,000 gallon capacity propane tank floating down the Connecticut River in the vicinity of Middletown. Coast Guard pollution responders, along with Connecticut Department of Environmental...

Operation Arctic Crossroads 2010 continue

KOTZEBUE, Alaska – Coast Guard Operation Arctic Crossroads 2010 continues with medical teams, Coast Guard auxiliary members and U.S. Public Health Services personnel who will visit Wales on Friday after visiting Pt. Hope on Tuesday, Koyuk on Wednesday and Selawik Thursday.

Coast Guard recognizes Army National Guard pilot for support in Arctic

JUNEAU, Alaska – Rear Adm. Cristopher C. Colvin, commander Seventeenth Coast Guard District, awarded Chief Warrant Officer David A. Stettenbenz, Army National Guard pilot, with a Coast Guard Achievement medal Thursday.

Coast Guard to conduct joint operation with the Army National Guard

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – The United States Coast Guard will conduct joint operations with members of the United States Army National Guard and Corpus Christi Port Police Saturday and Sunday in the Coast Guard Harbor Facility in Corpus Christi.

Coast Guard, medical personnel reach out to the village of Koyuk

NOME, Alaska — Operation Arctic Crossroads continues Wednesday with medical teams continuing community outreach efforts in Koyuk and on the North Slope.

Army National Guard Soldiers training Coast Guard Reservists for deployment

By Army Master Sgt. Bob Haskell CAMP EDWARDS, Mass. – On Sept. 11, a Thursday and the seventh anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, Coast Guard Reservists fired M240 machine guns, trained in convoy operations, and refined other skills they may one day need to combat another terrorist attack against American men and women. The “Coasties,” members of Port Security Unit 301, are training for a deployment...

Coast Guard Resumes Search for Two Juneau Pilots

JUNEAU, Alaska – The Coast Guard continues to search Monday for two missing pilots from Juneau who didn’t return from Young Lake Saturday afternoon as scheduled. Two Coast Guard MH-60 Jayhawk search and rescue crews from Air Support Facility Cordova and Air Station Sitka will arrive in Juneau this morning and expand on the existing search area if the weather improves. Additionally, an Army...