Coast Guard adjusts port conditions in Gulf Coast region

Coast Guard adjusts port conditions in Gulf Coast region
Members from Coast Guard Sector Upper Mississippi River prepare flood punt equipment in preparation for a forecast tropical depression in St. Louis July 10, 2019. (U.S. Coast Guard courtesy photo) NEW ORLEANS — The Coast Guard is adjusting port conditions and pre-staging response assets in the Gulf Coast region due to a forecast tropical depression expected to form by Thursday. Port conditions change...

U.S. Virgin Islands Hurricane-Displaced Vessel Deadline Quickly Approaching

U.S. Virgin Islands Hurricane-Displaced Vessel Deadline Quickly Approaching
An image from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Agency maintained Environmental Response Management Application database shows individual dot for all displaced vessels in the U.S. Virgin Islands, November 28, 2017. Image courtesy of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Agency CHARLOTTE AMALIE, U.S. Virgin Islands — The Friday deadline is rapidly approaching for vessel owners to declare their intent...

Coast Guard Sector Miami sets port condition whiskey

Coast Guard Sector Miami sets port condition whiskey
MIAMI – The Coast Guard set port condition whiskey for Port Miami, Miami River, Port Everglades, Port of Palm Beach, Port of Ft. Pierce and all other South Florida terminals and facilities at 4 p.m. Thursday due to the expectation sustained gale force winds generated by Invest 99L may arrive within 72 hours. These ports and facilities are currently open to all commercial traffic and all transfer...

Coast Guard units continue relief efforts in American Samoa – Video

Pago Pago,  American Samoa – Coast Guard personnel identify, assess and respond to damage and pollution reports associated with the earthquake and tsunami that hit American Samoa, Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2009.

Coast Guard encourages residents to prepare for 2009 hurricane season

PORTSMOUTH, Va. – The Coast Guard is urging Hampton Roads mariners and residents to begin planning and preparing for the 2009 Atlantic Hurricane Season, which started June 1.

Coast Guard encourages mariners and coastal residents to prepare for 2009 hurricane season

PORTSMOUTH, Va. – The Coast Guard is urging mariners and residents living along the coast to plan ahead and prepare for the 2009 Atlantic Hurricane Season which started yesterday.

U.S. Coast Guard stresses hurricane awareness

HONOLULU — The Coast Guard is urging all mariners to practice safe boating and be prepared for the 2009 hurricane season, which begins June 1 and ends Nov. 30.

Annual Drill Prepares Agencies for Hurricane Season

By Andrew Sharbel FORT BELVOIR, April 15, 2009 – During what has become an annual Rehearsal of Concept, or ROC, drill on hurricane relief operations, more than 150 participants from a wide variety of government agencies came together here yesterday and today to rehearse the course of action they would take to deal with a hurricane emergency. googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display('div-gpt-ad-1461251439213-0');...

Coast Guard Suspends Search for Petersburg Man

JUNEAU, Alaska – The Coast Guard has suspended the search for Thomas Lewis, 52-year-old Petersburg man, who was reported missing on September 12, 2008 after failing to return on September 11, 2008 from a three-day fishing trip in Frederick Sound. A Coast Guard helicopter from Air Station Sitka located the overdue vessel, Hurricane, aground on Cape Fanshaw with no one on board. Hurricane’s...