From the Bridge Wing 8-3-2013

From the Bridge Wing 8-3-2013
This Day in Coast Guard History – 3 August 1812 – The Revenue Cutter Commodore Barry, a 98-ton schooner pierced for six guns under the command of Captain Daniel Elliott, along with the U.S. privateer Madison, were captured  by boarding parties from the British vessels HMS Maidstone, Spartan, and Plumper on 3 August 1812 “while lying in Little River,” Maine after what...

Coast Guard Sector Los Angeles – Long Beach Joins the Blogosphere

SAN PEDRO, Calif. – Today, Coast Guard Sector Los Angeles – Long Beach posted their first blog entry on their new official Coast Guard blog.