Day 5: Coast Guard Video of the Year

Our fifth video features members of Port Security Unit 307 and the Haitian Coast Guard providing medical attention and medicine during an orphanage relief project after the magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck the Port-au-Prince. Capt. Steven Baynes, Coast Guard Liaison to Joint Task Force Haiti who was working with the PSU, narrates the b-roll video. Click on the post to watch the video and find out how to cast your vote for your favorite…

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Video of the Year contest

Welcome to day five of voting for Coast Guard Video of the Year!

Earlier this week, we offered you a sampling of the top 11 Coast Guard videos of 2010. Now, it is time for you to vote on your favorites and help us select your top three videos.

Our fifth video features members of Port Security Unit 307 and the Haitian Coast Guard providing medical attention and medicine during an orphanage relief project after the magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck the Port-au-Prince. Capt. Steven Baynes, Coast Guard Liaison to Joint Task Force Haiti who was working with the PSU, narrates the b-roll video.

Click on the image to watch the video on YouTube (click here to watch the CGVI video accessible from a Coast Guard computer).

Video of the Year nominee 5
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – In this 2010 Coast Guard Video of the Year nominee, members of Port Security Unit 307 and Haitian Coast Guard members provide medical attention and medicine during an orphanage relief project, Feb. 03, 2010. Volunteers provided materials and labor to refurbish and supply this orphanage 21-days after a magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck the nation’s capitol. U.S. Coast Guard video by Petty Officer 2nd Class Eric J. Chandler.

To cast your vote for your favorite, use any (or all) of the following ways:

1. Choose to “like” your favorite video on our YouTube 2010 Video of the Year playlist.
2. Choose to “like” your favorite video on our Facebook fan page.
3. Leave a positive comment on the Compass blog post for that video.

*Please note, YouTube and Facebook will require you to sign in using your personal account to vote

Each method will be weighted equally, worth 1/3 of the total vote. Voting will stay open until January 10, 2011 with the top three videos announced on the Compass January 11. Although you can vote for multiple videos, keep in mind you can only “like” the video once on YouTube and Facebook so you might want to save your vote for your favorite.

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