Operation Arctic Crossroads 2010 concludes in Kotzebue

KOTZEBUE, Alaska — The multi-agency phase of Operation Arctic Crossroads in Kotzebue concluded Wednesday following nine days of testing Coast Guard assets, area familiarization and community outreach.

Operation Arctic Crossroads 2010 continue

KOTZEBUE, Alaska – Coast Guard Operation Arctic Crossroads 2010 continues with medical teams, Coast Guard auxiliary members and U.S. Public Health Services personnel who will visit Wales on Friday after visiting Pt. Hope on Tuesday, Koyuk on Wednesday and Selawik Thursday.

Operation Arctic Crossroads personnel arrive in Kotzebue, prepare for tommorow

JUNEAU, Alaska — More than 70 Coast Guard, Army National Guard, Air National Guard and U.S. Public Health Services personnel have deployed to Kotzebue beginning a 10 day initiative to provide medical, dental, optometry, boating safety awareness and other community services to eight boroughs throughout Northern Alaska, and to determine operational effectiveness and overall capabilities of Coast Guard...

Arctic Small Boat operations at full speed in Barrow

BARROW, Alaska — Coast Guard small boat crews spent their second full day testing in the Arctic Ocean off of Barrow Thursday, continuing the Coast Guard’s focused effort in finding the challenges of Arctic operations and how to over come them.

Making an impact in Northern Alaska

NOME, Alaska — After three days covering more than 6,600-miles, a distance greater than a round trip between Los Angeles and New York, Coast Guard, Army and Air National Guard personnel and volunteers have visited the three communities of Kivalina, Koyuk and Wales.

Coast Guard, medical personnel reach out to the village of Koyuk

NOME, Alaska — Operation Arctic Crossroads continues Wednesday with medical teams continuing community outreach efforts in Koyuk and on the North Slope.

Coast Guard kicks off Operation Arctic Crossroads

NOME, Alaska — Coast Guard, U.S. Air Force, Army National Guard, Air National Guard and U.S. Public Health Services personnel have deployed to Nome beginning a 20 day initiative to provide medical, dental, optometry, boating safety awareness and other community services to more than eight boroughs throughout Northern Alaska, and to determine operational effectiveness and overall capabilities of assets.