We’ve tallied up your votes for the Coast Guard’s 2016 Video of the Year and have the results for the top three videos!
Tag: 2016 Video of the Year
This 10th and final nominee is a compilation of footage, composed by Coast Guard 5th District, celebrating the Coast Guard’s 226th birthday in August. Is this the top video for the year? Cast your vote!
The ninth nominee is a time-lapse video showing Coast Guard Cutter Polar Star transiting through sea ice shortly after crossing the Antarctic Circle, and then breaking ice in Antarctica in support of Operation Deep Freeze 2016. Is this the top video for the year? Cast your vote!
The eighth nominee features a mystery at Coast Guard Station Emerald Isle, North Carolina. Chief Petty Officer Matt Wolanzyk shares the story of Chief Warrant Officer William Finley Piner who served as officer-in-charge of the station during the Prohibition Era. Piner fell overboard and drowned in 1936, and some believe he may be haunting the Coast Guard station. Is this the top video for the year? Cast your vote!
The seventh nominee features Coast Guard 47-foot Motor Life Boat crews from Coast Guard Station Quillayute River in La Push, Washington, Station Siuslaw River in Florence, Oregon, Station Tillamook Bay in Garibaldi, and Station Yaquina Bay in Newport, conducting heavy weather surf training throughout 2016. Is this the top video for the year? Cast your vote!
The sixth nominee features two members of Coast Guard Air Station Barbers Point, Hawaii. Petty Officer 1st Class Matthew Young and Seaman Cameron Ables rescued three sea turtles trapped in derelict fishing net and brought the net to shore for disposal. Is this the top video for the year? Cast your vote!
The fifth nominee features Coast Guard Commandant Adm. Paul Zukunft speaking at Arlington National Cemetery during a Flags Across America event. Is this the top video for the year? Cast your vote!
The fourth nominee features the Coast Guard’s Ceremonial Honor Guard. In a 360-degree view, the honor guard is shown practicing silent drill techniques in Alexandria, Virginia. The Ceremonial Honor Guard helps represent the Coast Guard to world leaders and dignitaries through ceremonial operations such as performing rifle routines, conducting military funeral honors, casket bearing and flag folding. Is this the top video for the year? Cast your vote!
The third nominee for the 2016 Coast Guard Video of the Year competition features the Port, Waterways and Coastal Security (PWCS) in Hampton Roads, Virginia. Lt. j.g. Alyssa Fuller explains the importance of the PWCS mission at Base Portsmouth. She describes the various assets used to complete the mission and how it especially benefits the Hampton Roads area. Is this the top video for the year? Cast your vote!
The second nominee for 2016 Video of the Year features Petty Officer 3rd Class Liza Caban. In this video, Caban describes her love of the ocean and how being a boatswains mate in the Coast Guard compliments her life and need of being on the water. Is this the top video for the year? Cast your vote!