Coast Guard Leads Pacific Partnership 2019 SAR Training

Coast Guard Leads Pacific Partnership 2019 SAR Training
Coast Guard Lt. Cmdr. Kevin Cooper speaks at a search and rescue planning meeting led by Coast Guardsmen from the U.S. Coast Guard 14th District during Pacific Partnership 2019. Pacific Partnership. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Tyrell K. Morris) Honolulu – Pacific Partnership 2019 and Republic of the Marshall Islands government officials began a search and rescue...

Coast Guard offloads approximately $19 million of cocaine

Coast Guard  offloads approximately $19 million of cocaine
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — The crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Hawk offloaded approximately 576 kilograms of cocaine worth an estimated wholesale value of nearly $19 million, Friday at Coast Guard Sector St. Petersburg. During an Operation Unified Resolve patrol on August 7, an HC-144 Ocean Sentry Aircraft from Coast Guard Air Station Miami detected a go-fast vessel south of Santo Domingo, Dominican...

From the Bridge Wing 10-17-2013

From the Bridge Wing 10-17-2013
This Day in Coast Guard History: 1814 -The crew of United Stats Revenue Cutter Eagle, which had been driven ashore near Negros Head, New York in an encounter with the British brig HMS Dispatch, dragged the cutter’s guns up a bluff in an effort to continue the battle. The New York Evening Post gave an account of what happened next to the out-gunned cutter and its crew: “During the engagement...

Coast Guard and Royal Navy seize $55 million in cocaine

MIAMI – A Coast Guard law enforcement boarding team from Miami, aboard the Royal Navy Frigate HMS Iron Duke, seized an estimated $55 million worth of cocaine from a go-fast vessel off the coast of Venezuela Thursday.