A 5th District of the USCG MidAtlantic USCG blog on bar patrol and Search and Rescue.
Soundings Magazine's regular contributor, Mario Vittone dives deep on cold water immersion in this post on his lifelines blog
Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.) says he is maddened by the fact that Coast Guard helicopters are equipped with night-penetrating Electro-Optical Sensor Systems, but can’t use them because of a “quirk in the federal bureaucracy.”
The Northwind, a 130-foot yacht built in the 1930s and thought to have hosted Winston Churchill, Jackie Kennedy and Princess Elizabeth, was found to be listing and taking on water April 14.
Coast Guard Station Miami launched MH-65 aircrews Monday to search for shipping containers lost at sea off of Florida's east coast. It is believed the containers were lost somewhere between Port Canaveral, and West Palm Beach, Florida.
The app is a gift to us from a grieving father trying to honor a son who was an enthusiastic CG Auxiliary volunteer on the path to becoming an active duty Guardsman.
A new Coast Guard study showed that the rules governing vessel traffic across Chicago’s electric fish barrier effectively address the risks posed by the barrier’s electrified waters.
If you've ever been on the hunt for the best dinghy for your boat, or the next dinghy for your boat, you know that the options are endless. You can choose the classic standby inflatable; go for a more robust RIB (rigid inflatable boat); you can opt for fiberglass molded boats; aluminum tenders; custom-made dinghies; and of course there are the multi-purpose dinghies.