From the Bridge Wing 10-31-2013

From the Bridge Wing 10-31-2013
Today in Coast Guard History 1984 – The tanker Puerto Rican exploded outside of San Francisco Bay. Coast Guard units responded. 1991 – During an extremely severe winter storm Coast Guard Cutter Tamaroa rescued four of five Air National Guard crewmen from an ANG H-60 that had ditched south of Long Island due to fuel exhaustion (the fifth crewman, a pararescue jumper, was never found). Tamaroa...