What’s the frequency, Shuey?

What’s the frequency, Shuey?
Petty Officer 1st Class William Shuey works at Coast Guard Station Washington, D.C., to support radio communication during the 2017 Presidential Inauguration. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Nate Littlejohn) by Petty Officer 2nd Class Nate Littlejohn “Have you seen Shuey?” “Somebody call Shuey.” “Better check with Shuey!” An hour in the downtown Portsmouth, Virginia,...

From the Bridge Wing 11-5-2013

From the Bridge Wing 11-5-2013
Today in Coast Guard History 1897 – Rescue from drowning Chicago. Illinois, Lake Michigan: at 9: 30 p.m. the north patrol saw a man run across the driveway and jump into the lake with suicidal intent. The surf knocked him down and was tossing him about when surfmen rushed in and hauled him out. 2001 – Six U.S. Navy Cyclone-Class patrol coastal warships were assigned to Operation Noble...

From the Bridge Wing 9-26-2013

From the Bridge Wing 9-26-2013
This Day in Coast Guard History: 1918 – The Imperial German Navy submarine UB-91 torpedoed and sank Coast Guard Cutter Tampa with a loss of all hands. Tampa was steaming alone to Milford Haven, Wales, after being detached from ocean escort duty when attacked.  On board were 111 Coast Guardsmen, four U.S. Navy personnel, and 15 British passengers, bringing the total of men lost that night...