Coast Guard implements new non-lethal signaling, warning device in Long Island Sound

Coast Guard implements new non-lethal signaling, warning device in Long Island Sound
NEW LONDON, Conn. — The Coast Guard is implementing the use of a non-lethal signaling and warning device to support the service’s ports, waterways, and coastal security mission in Long Island Sound. The LA51 signal and warning device is fired from a 12-gauge shotgun to produce a visible and audible signal. Training will be conducted in a designated firing range offshore and it will be available...

Coast Guard implements new non-lethal signaling, warning device

HONOLULU – The Coast Guard is implementing the use of a non-lethal signaling and warning device to support the service’s ports waterways and coastal security mission in Hawaii. The LA51 signal and warning device is a fired from a 12-gauge military shotgun to produce a visible signal at a range of 100 meters. Training will be conducted in a designated firing range approximately 50 miles north...