We’ve sifted through and tallied up your votes for the Coast Guard’s video of the year and you all left no doubt to what you love the most…being part of the action! From high surf off the Oregon coast to the intense training it takes to save lives, your favorite videos showcased the commitment Coast Guard men and women display on each and every mission.
Tag: 2012 Videos of the Year
By now we hope you have watched all of our Video of the Year nominees. But, if you haven’t, there’s still time! “Polls” close tomorrow so you can still have your voice heard in choosing the year’s most compelling Coast Guard video. To vote for the videos, like your favorite on the Coast Guard’s Facebook page or on the Coast Guard’s YouTube 2012 Videos of the Year playlist.
We’ve reached our 10th video nominee in our search for the 2012 Video of the Year. In our final video, Rescue swimmer Daniel Todd tells us about the daring rescue of 14 sailors from the HMS Bounty during Hurricane Sandy and the teamwork it takes to pull off a rescue. You can review all ten
Our video of the year nominee today showcases the weaponry aboard Coast Guard Cutter Dallas in one of the last gunnery exercises this vessel performed before being decommissioned. The 2012 Videos of the Year began Saturday, with voting open through Jan. 4, 2013. Tomorrow we will publish our final video of the contest. Make sure to
The eighth video of the contest features a family of nine, along with their two dogs, and their dramatic rescue. The family was stranded in their beach home, surrounded by dangerous rushing waters during Tropical Storm Debby. The 2012 Videos of the Year began Saturday, with voting open through Jan. 4, 2013. Continuing through New Year’s
Today brings us to video number seven and takes us to the severe icy weather of Alaska. Crewmembers aboard the grounded fishing vessel Kimberly were stranded in Portage Bay overnight with their boat iced over. The 2012 Videos of the Year began Saturday, with voting open through Jan. 4, 2013. Continuing through New Year’s Eve, Coast Guard Compass
We are past the halfway point for the contest, and today’s video takes us on a thrilling boat ride with the men and women of Coast Guard Station Coos Bay, Ore., as they train in the harsh environment of the Pacific Northwest. Battling waves and weather is just another day at the office for these boatcrews.
We are at the half-way point for our videos, and today’s video take us to a one of kind training school, the Coast Guard’s Advanced Helicopter Rescue School in Astoria, Ore. The school places rescue aircrews in some of the most extreme weather conditions found in the United States. “We are one of the few schools
Our fourth video finalist highlights the dedication and hard work of Petty Officer 2nd Class Jaime Vanacore, a rescue swimmer out of Coast Guard Air Station Atlantic City, as she shows us a morning routine of a Coast Guard rescue swimmer. Vanacore, along with Coast Guard men and women across America, train everyday, “so others may live.”
Our third video finalist features Coast Guard aircrews, along with state and federal agencies, rescuing two people from an overturned and partially submerged Cessna seaplane off the Monterey, Calif., coast. The 2012 Videos of the Year began Saturday, with voting open through Jan. 4, 2013.