Coast Guard

The Coast Guard enforces federal laws on the high seas and waters within U.S. territorial jurisdiction, develops and operates aids to navigation and maintains a network of lifeboat and search-and-rescue stations using surface vessels and aircraft.

Coast Guard group wins $25,000 in charity contest

The Coast Guard Auxiliary Association will receive $25,000 from Chase Charity Giving as part of Chase’s $25 million commitment to charities during the next two years. The association finished in the top 100 charities in the first round of the 2011 Chase Charity Giving campaign on Facebook. It will now move to the second round…more

Coast Guard non-profit competes in fundraising event

The Coast Guard Auxiliary Association, a non-profit organization providing financial and other support to the Coast Guard Auxiliary, is competing with charities nationwide for donations through the Chase Community Giving program. People can assure the auxiliary association’s success by voting for it through the Chase program on Facebook. Using social media networks, the Chase program…more

Gulf oil spill’s impact debated one year later

After dominating the news for months, the Gulf oil spill is off the front page, but there’s still oil out there. The 86-day Deepwater Horizon gusher sent an estimated 200 million gallons of oil, tens of millions of gallons of natural gas and 1.8 million gallons of chemical dispersants into the northern Gulf of Mexico.…more

Harbor Guard Boats receives order for rescue vessel

Medina International Holdings, through its wholly owned subsidiary, Harbor Guard Boats, received an order for a Defender 21 dive rescue boat from the Bartow County (Ga.) Fire Department. “We are pleased to introduce our new Defender 21 model,” vice president of sales Tim Spooner said in a statement. “This boat will be used for dive…more

Coast Guard holds rescue drill in California

U.S. Coast Guard Group/Air Station Humboldt Bay, Calif., teamed up Wednesday with more than 24 state, local and industry partners to conduct the largest full-scale mass rescue exercise in regional history. Victim actors were rescued from the water in a simulated crash in Samoa Channel near Arcata Bay, transported to a land triage site and…more

Group seeks stiffer Coast Guard regulations on life jackets

The National Boating Safety Advisory Council recently approved a resolution for life jacket wear, asking the Coast Guard to pursue requirements for life jacket wear for recreational boaters in certain circumstances, the Marine Retailers Association of America reported. The resolution asks the Coast Guard to consider requiring life jackets for boaters on personal watercraft; human-powered…more

With heavier passengers, boats will carry fewer people

Heavier passengers are the cause of a rules change by the Coast Guard that will affect tour boats, ferries and water taxis. The Coast Guard is adjusting occupancy regulations to reflect the fact that Americans weigh more than they did in the 1960s, when earlier rules were set. The standard weight per passenger for American-flagged…more

Coast Guard expands life jacket testing

The Coast Guard this week published a direct final rule that will help advance life jacket regulatory reform by removing exclusivity for Underwriters Laboratories as the only Coast Guard-approved lab to test inflatable life jackets, the National Marine Manufacturers Association announced. The association said the rulemaking signals that the Coast Guard is “seriously considering approving…more

Coast Guard Auxiliary endorses boating safety plan

Jim Vass, national commodore of the Coast Guard Auxiliary, signed the Strategic Plan of the National Recreational Boating Safety Program for 2012-16. The plan, drafted by a team from the National Boating Safety Advisory Council, the Coast Guard Office of Auxiliary and Boating Safety and other boating safety experts, outlines key performance goals and objectives…more

Somali pirates kill four American hostages

The four Americans aboard a yacht hijacked by pirates off the coast of Somalia are dead, according to media reports. Hijacked last Friday off Oman, the Quest was being piloted toward the Somali coast – and was being shadowed by a U.S. Navy warship. The Americans were Scott Adam and his wife, Jean, of Marina…more

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