Coast Guard permanently relieves officer in charge of Coast Guard Cutter Moray

Coast Guard permanently relieves officer in charge of Coast Guard Cutter Moray
The Coast Guard Cutter Moray, an 87′ patrol boat, docks at the Yard March 17, 2015, for an anticipated three-month emergency repair. (USCG photo by CWO Kristopher McGhee, Yard) BOSTON – The Coast Guard on Friday permanently relieved Senior Chief Petty Officer Christopher Bouchard as the officer in charge of the Coast Guard Cutter Moray, homeported in Jonesport, Maine. Rear Adm. William G....

Coast Guard Cutter Moray officer in charge temporarily relieved

Coast Guard Cutter Moray officer in charge temporarily relieved
BOSTON — Rear Adm. Linda Fagan, Commander, First Coast Guard District and Capt. Brian Gilda, Commander, Coast Guard Sector Northern New England, relieved Senior Chief Petty Officer Christopher Bouchard Friday from his duties as officer in charge of Moray for loss of confidence in the ability to command. Final determination regarding a permanent removal or resumption of command is made by the...