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Coast Guard medevac man 80 nm off Montauk, NY

NEW YORK —​ A Coast Guard MH-60T Jayhawk aircrew medevac a man from​ the​ recreational vessel Dove approximately 80 nautical miles south of Montauk, NY, Tuesday evening. Watchstanders from the U.S. Coast Guard Sector Long Island Sound command center received notification that a​ crewmember was very ill and experiencing diabetic-related health complications. The command center Leer másCoast Guard medevac man 80 nm off Montauk, NY[…]

Coast Guard seizes 7.5 dollar million in cocaine, Caribbean Sea

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — The Coast Guard seized 250 kilograms of cocaine in the Caribbean Sea, with an estimated wholesale value of 7.5 million dollar. The USCGC Reef Shark transferred custody of two smugglers and offloaded the drug at Coast Guard Base San Juan Saturday, following USCGC Kathleen Moore’s interdiction of a go-fast smuggling Leer másCoast Guard seizes 7.5 dollar million in cocaine, Caribbean Sea[…]

Coast Guard conducts overflights along the Gulf Coast​ after Hurricane Ida

NEW ORLEANS — The Coast Guard aircrews are conducting critical overflights along the Gulf Coast Region of Louisiana following Hurricane Ida. These critical overflights post-storm are divided in search and rescue (SAR) missions and assessing for damage. The Coast Guard aircrews conducts these missions from today Monday. The USCG has brought to bear more than Leer másCoast Guard conducts overflights along the Gulf Coast​ after Hurricane Ida[…]

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[…]

Haiti receives Coast Guard humanitarian aid for the 7.2 earthquake

MIAMI — Haitian’s government​ requested Coast Guard assistance following a magnitude 7.2 earthquake. The USCG committed numbers air and surface assets to help in transporting​ medical personnel and supplies, and​ transporting critically injured citizens to facilities needing a higher level of care in Port au Prince, Haiti.​ ​ “On behalf of the United States Coast Guard Leer másHaiti receives Coast Guard humanitarian aid for the 7.2 earthquake[…]

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