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Diving into operations

Diver puts fins on

A Regional Dive Locker East Diver signals how much air he has remaining. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Michael Anderson. Written by Petty Officer 2nd Class Michael Anderson, Coast Guard Deployable Operations Group. One second, five seconds, 30 seconds, the clock ticks away. Bubbles occasional rise to the surface from under

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Coast Guard stops mock dirty bomb from entering New York City

Coast Guard Cutter Sailfish joined police, fire and environmental protection officials from the states of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut in an exercise aimed at protecting the island of Manhattan from a potential terrorist attack by water. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Annie R. Berlin.

Representatives of New York Police Department’s Marine Division, Fire Department of New York and Department of Homeland Security update the tactical board marking the positions of small boats under their control on the bridge of Coast Guard Cutter Sailfish. U.S. Coast Guard photo. Later this year, America will observe the 10th anniversary of the tragic

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Announcing the 2009 Coast Guard Video of the Year Winners

Results are in! The winners of the first annual Coast Guard Video of the Year Award are… Drum roll please….. First Place With an average rating of 4.64 (out of a possible 5) stars, Coast Guard Cutter Sailfish wins first place for their video featuring the dewatering of the fishing vessel Blue Diamond about 90

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Day 10: Coast Guard Video of the Year

Our tenth video features the dewatering of the fishing vessel Blue Diamond 90 miles east of Atlantic City, N.J., from the crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Sailfish and is narrated Chief Boatswain’s Mate Scott Gross. (Coast Guard illustration) Click the image to watch the video and cast your vote. Welcome to day ten of

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itCG-close calls, CGC Sailfish saves fishing boat, Guardians awarded

A close call is what come to mind after Guardians respond to a report of a possible boat fire. The crew arrived at the dock to investigate and found the burning smell coming from a plastic trashcan in the engine room of a 44-foot boat. The trash was removed and no damage was reported. Story

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