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Coast Guard rescue 2 people and their cat 34 nm off Sarasota

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.— A Coast Guard Air Station Clearwater MH-60T Jayhawk helicopter aircrew rescue two people and their cat aboard a 35-foot sailing vessel taking on water 34 nautical miles off Sarasota, Monday. The Canadian father and son, and their pet were safely returned to Air Station Clearwater and reported in good health. The Coast Leer másCoast Guard rescue 2 people and their cat 34 nm off Sarasota[…]

Coast Guard rescue overdue boater from Lazy Bay in Kodiak, Alaska

KODIAK, Alaska – A U.S. Coast Guard MH-60T Jayhawk MRR helicopter aircrew rescue an overdue boater from Lazy Bay in Kodiak, Alaska, Friday.​ A Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak MH-60T Jayhawk Medium-Range Recovery Helicopter aircrew deployed a rescue swimmer, hoisted the boater and safely transported him to the local cannery. Watchstanders at the Coast Guard Leer másCoast Guard rescue overdue boater from Lazy Bay in Kodiak, Alaska[…]

Coast Guard Area Command prepares their assets for Hurricane Ida

NEW ORLEANS —​ The Coast Guard is pre-staging the response of their assets on Saturday and established an Area Command in preparation for Hurricane Ida.​ Coast Guard assets across the region were repositioned and pre-staged to preserve readiness and to provide support for areas expected to be impacted by the impending hurricane. Hurricane Ida is expected Leer másCoast Guard Area Command prepares their assets for Hurricane Ida[…]

Coast Guard, partner agencies continue to support Haiti

MIAMI — The Coast Guard, USAID, U.S. Southern Command and Joint Task Force-Haiti continue to have unity of effort and respond to critically injured Haitian citizens, Tuesday, by transporting them to a higher level of care in Port au Prince, Haiti. “The Coast Guard immediately responded to the government of Haiti’s request for assistance following Leer másCoast Guard, partner agencies continue to support Haiti[…]

Coast Guard continues support in Haiti following 7.2 earthquake

MIAMI — Coast Guard air crews continue to provide​ critical medical support (medical evacuation and emergency medical services) after Haiti earthquake, for the Haitian citizens​ and the government. «The lives we saved would have been lost if​ rescue action wasn’t taken,» said Cmdr. David Sheppard, air operations commander deployed to Haiti. «We are doing our Leer másCoast Guard continues support in Haiti following 7.2 earthquake[…]

Coast Guard rescue woman 380 nautical miles west of Bodega Bay

ALAMEDA, California —​ Coast Guard and San Francisco Fire Department personnel rescue (medevac) woman​ from a sailboat approximately 380 nautical miles west of Bodega Bay, Tuesday morning. Coast Guard 11th District Command Center watchstanders received a notification via satellite communicator at approximately 1:45 p.m. Monday, from the captain of the sailboat Cibola, reporting a 23-year-old woman Leer másCoast Guard rescue woman 380 nautical miles west of Bodega Bay[…]

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