Coast Guard rescue 5 from burning vessel, Nobska, 85 nm E of Cape Cod

BOSTON — The Coast Guard aircrews rescue five mariners from a vessel fire, Nobska, 85 nautical miles east of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, Friday. At approximately 5 p.m. the Coast Guard First District watchstanders received an EPIRB (Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon) notification from the 100-foot trawler Nobska.​ A Coast Guard Air Station Cape Cod MH60T Leer másCoast Guard rescue 5 from burning vessel, Nobska, 85 nm E of Cape Cod[…]

Coast Guard in search for overdue R66 helicopter near Kodiak, Alaska

JUNEAU, Alaska – The Coast Guard is search for an overdue R66 helicopter approximately 66 nautical miles northeast of Kodiak, Alaska, Tuesday. Missing is Andy Teuber from Anchorage, last seen wearing a hat, black sweater, and jeans. The helicopter he’s reported to be flying is a black and white Robinson R66 with the tail number Leer másCoast Guard in search for overdue R66 helicopter near Kodiak, Alaska[…]

Coast Guard reminds mariners that hoax calls are no joke

NEW ORLEANS —​ The Coast Guard would like to remind people of the dangers and penalties associated with hoax distress calls and the use of laser pointers pointed at aircraft or boat crews on patrol. For 230 years the Coast Guard has responded to distress calls at sea but lately, false distress has been on the Leer másCoast Guard reminds mariners that hoax calls are no joke[…]

Coast Guard, good Samaritan rescue mariner 500 miles offshore

KODIAK, Alaska – Coast Guard Seventeenth District command center personnel coordinated efforts with motor vessel President Eisenhower to rescue a 67-year-old man from his disabled and adrift 38-foot sailing vessel Miss Lilly, located roughly 500 nautical miles south-southwest of Dutch Harbor, Alaska, Thursday.​ At approximately 9:00 a.m. Thursday, Coast Guard District 17 command center watchstanders Leer másCoast Guard, good Samaritan rescue mariner 500 miles offshore[…]

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