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Day 6: Coast Guard Video of the Year

Our sixth video features the rescue of two people from a burning boat near Corpus Christi, Texas, by an aircrew from Sector Corpus Christi, Texas and is narrated by Aviation Survival Technician Second Class Josh Mros. Click here to watch the video and cast your vote. Welcome to day six of voting for Coast Guard

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Day 5: Coast Guard Video of the Year

Our fifth video features the rescue of two crewmembers from a fishing vessel on fire 10 miles off the coast of Long Beach, Washington, by the crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Active and aircrew from Air Station Astoria, Oregon, and is narrated by Aviation Survival Technician First Class Michael Spencer who observed the rescue

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Voting continues for Coast Guard Video of the Year

Our second video features the capture of suspected pirates from a response to a vessel distress signal from Coast Guard Law Enforcement Detachment Team 409 while operating under Combined Task Force 151 and is narrated by LT Greg Ponzi. (USCG illustration.) Click the image to watch the video and vote. We’re now into day two

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How to vote for your favorite Video of the Year

We have heard from a few of you, wondering how to register a vote on YouTube for the Coast Guard Video of the Year contest. Since this is the first time we have used YouTube for a contest, we thought we would clarify the voting process. Simply follow these three easy steps… Sign in to YouTube

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Voting begins for Coast Guard Video of the Year

Our first video features the rescue of a paraglider pilot who crashed on the shoreline of Cape Lookout near Tillamook, Ore., by an aircrew from Air Station Astoria, Ore. and is narrated by LT Kevin Rapp, the aircraft commander during the rescue. Click the image to watch the video and vote. (USCG image) The voting

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Coast Guard Video of the Year Contest

Everyday, Guardians are involved in amazing rescues, national security operations and drug interdictions. Whenever possible, Guardians capture those Coast Guard operations on video. The videos truly highlight the missions and stories of America’s Guardians. Sometimes you see them on the evening news, but often you don’t. For the past several years, the Coast Guard has

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