Coast Guard Marine Safety Unit Lake Charles holds change of command

Coast Guard Marine Safety Unit Lake Charles holds change of command
Cmdr. Darwin Jenson relieves Cmdr. Daniel Cost of command at a change-of-command ceremony for Marine Safety Unit Lake Charles in Lake Charles, Louisiana, on July 10, 2019. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Johanna Strickland. LAKE CHARLES, Louisiana — Coast Guard Marine Safety Unit Lake Charles held a change-of-command ceremony at the Lake Charles Civic Center in Lake Charles, Louisiana,...

General Court-martial finds Coast Guard officer not guilty of all but one charge

General Court-martial finds Coast Guard officer not guilty of all but one charge
NEW ORLEANS — A Coast Guard member was found guilty of conduct unbecoming an officer and gentleman during a court-martial at the Hale Boggs Federal Building Friday. A panel of Coast Guard officers found Chief Warrant Officer Richard M. Clark guilty of one specification of Article 133 under the Uniform Code of Military Justice.  The panel found CWO Clark not guilty of several other charges including:...

Coast Guard officer to face court-martial for violations of Uniform Code of Military Justice

Coast Guard officer to face court-martial for violations of Uniform Code of Military Justice
NEW ORLEANS — The Eighth Coast Guard District is scheduled to convene a general court-martial at the Hale Boggs Federal Building Monday for a Coast Guard member accused of multiple violations of the Uniform Code of Military Justice. Chief Warrant Officer Richard M. Clark is accused of the following violations of the Uniform Code of Military Justice: Five specifications of aggravated assault under...

Coast Guard responds to vessel grounding near Sabine

HOUSTON — The Coast Guard responded to a grounded vessel near the Sabine jetties, Friday. Watchstanders from Sector Houston-Galveston received a call on Channel 16 at 6:17 a.m. reporting that the M/V Miss Pearl ran aground on the west side of the Sabine jetties. It was also reported that the four-person crew had suffered various injuries. A 45-foot Response Boat-Medium and crew from Coast Guard...

Coast Guard coordinates response to recover oil from submerged ship wreck

PORT ARTHUR, Texas – Coast Guard Marine Safety Unit Port Arthur is continuing to coordinate response operations to recover oil from a submerged ship wreck 6 miles off Texas Point in the Gulf of Mexico, Friday.

Coast Guard MSU Port Arthur coordinates response to recover oil from sunken boat

PORT ARTHUR, Texas — Coast Guard Marine Safety Unit Port Arthur is overseeing the ongoing effort to recover oil from a submerged ship wreck, approximately 6 miles off Texas Point in the Gulf of Mexico, Thursday.

Coast Guard reopens Intracostal Waterway to vessel traffic

PORT ARTHUR, Texas — The Coast Guard Marine Safety Unit Port Arthur reopened the Intracostal Waterway after the towing vessel Caroline was refloated Monday.

Coast Guard Marine Safety Unit Port Arthur responds to collision of two towing vessels

PORT ARTHUR, Texas— Coast Guard Marine Safety Unit Port Arthur is responding to a collision between the towing vessel Caroline and the towing vessel Miss Stacie at mile marker 312 on the Intracoastal Waterway, Tuesday.

MSU Port Arthur successfully oversees recovery of oil from Sabine Neches Waterway

PORT ARTHUR, Texas – A unified command consisting of Coast Guard Marine Safety Unit Port Arthur, Texas General Land Office, Garner Environmental, and Motiva Terminal successfully oversaw and coordinated the recovery efforts for the leaking flange in the Sabine Neches Waterway today.