Tag: hurricane

itCG-airborne storm warnings, inert ordnance found, fake distress call prosecuted, debris launched investigation

It’s not just search and rescue missions that get our aircraft in the air. During severe storms, we are part of the storm warning team. Not only does the aircraft report back on the status of the storm, but it also broadcasts messages to warn mariners that the storm is approaching. Today, a C-130 fixed

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Make This Hurricane Season a Breeze

Tornado Alley Post Written By LTJG Ryan T. White In 1998, over the course of a typical afternoon a string of tornadoes hit middle Tennessee. Included was one storm that hit downtown Nashville. I was in the gymnasium at school practicing soccer with my team after class let out. The weather had been pretty nasty

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itCG-going green, VIP tours Woods Hole, more tropical storm activity

Looks like we are starting to go from orange to “green” as several of our units turn to environmentally friendly technology. Over the weekend, there have been a few articles about our use of “green” equipment and products for base projects. One over at CG Air Station Elizabeth City and another at CG Training Center

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In the Coast Guard

GULFPORT, Miss. (Sept, 6, 2005) Coast Guard Station Gulfport Mississippi after it was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina. USCG photo by Lt.j.g Earl Lingerfelt. Station Gulfport had a ribbon cutting as it returned to the waterfront after being completely destroyed during Hurricane Katrina.Story here I have been lucky enough to meet with the crew members of

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