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BOLDT CASTLE PATROL

BOLDT CASTLE PATROL

THOUSAND ISLANDS REGION, N.Y. (July, 20, 2004) -- A Coast Guard boat from Station Alexandria Bay races by Boldt Castle. Prussian immigrant, George G. Boldt, had the castle built at the turn of the century on ... More

The USLSS to the Rescue, 1880 by Lou Diamond

The USLSS to the Rescue, 1880 by Lou Diamond

A U.S. Life Saving Service crew heads out to assist a vessel in distress.

Forty Mile Light by Robert Koch

Forty Mile Light by Robert Koch

40 Mile Point Light is located on the shore of Lake Huron in Michigan. The location is aptly named, being situated 40 miles southeast of Old Mackinac Point and 40 northwest of Thunder Bay. The lighthouse stati... More

Pea Island Lifesaving Crew Makes a Rescue by Roy la Grone

Pea Island Lifesaving Crew Makes a Rescue by Roy la Grone

The all black Pea Island Lifesaving crew rescues passengers and crewmen off the schooner E. S. Newman during a hurricane on October 11, 1896. The Pea Island Lifesaving Station was established in 1878 near Cape... More

Record of 1897

Record of 1897

U.S. Coast Guard records

Record of 1897

Record of 1897

U.S. Coast Guard records.

The McCulloch by Donald Phillips

The McCulloch by Donald Phillips

As part of Admiral Dewey's squadron, the Revenue Cutter McCulloch, on its first patrol, helped defeat the Spanish at Manila Bay. Commissioned in 1897, the McCulloch was the largest of a new breed of revenue cu... More

Hugh McCulloch by Donald Phillips

Hugh McCulloch by Donald Phillips

The Revenue Cutter HUGH McCulloch, as part of Admiral Dewey's squadron, is shown in action at the battle of Manila Bay on May 1, 1898.

Lighthouse on Lynn Canal, Alaska by Margaret Graham Kranking

Lighthouse on Lynn Canal, Alaska by Margaret Graham Kranking

In February 1898, the three-masted passenger ship Clara Nevada, loaded with 800 pounds of gold and an illegal shipment of dynamite, ran aground and exploded at Eldred Rock, 20 miles southeast of Haines, Alaska.... More

Coast Guard Museum Pacific Northwest

Coast Guard Museum Pacific Northwest

Captain' Gene Davis, head curator of the Coast Guard Museum Pacific Northwest, holds up a pillow case that shows the crew of the USRC Tahoma, which sank in 1914 after striking a reef off the Aleutian Islands, N... More

INTERNATIONAL ICE PATROL

INTERNATIONAL ICE PATROL

AT SEA (April 13, 2006)--Coast Guard Lt. Jody Popp points out icebergs while taking part in the International Ice Patrol. The International Ice Patrol was founded after the RMS Titanic struck an iceberg and sa... More

INTERNATIONAL ICE PATROL

INTERNATIONAL ICE PATROL

AT SEA (April 13, 2006)--Iceberg sited by the International Ice Patrol. The International Ice Patrol was founded after the RMS Titanic struck an iceberg and sank April 15, 1912, killing 1,517 people. USCG pho... More

Curtis F-Boat, circa 1915 by William Ellsworth

Curtis F-Boat, circa 1915 by William Ellsworth

The famous Curtiss "F" flying boat was used as a trainer for the first Coast Guard aviators. They were originally procured by the Navy beginning in 1912 and saw service through at least 1918, when they were re... More

INTERNATIONAL ICE PATROL

INTERNATIONAL ICE PATROL

AT SEA (April 13, 2006)--(From Left) Coast Guard Petty Officer 2nd Class Brian Batdorf, Petty Officer 1st Class Tom Davin, Petty Officer 3rd Class Jeromy Sherrill, Petty Officer 2nd Class Marcus Jones and Lt. C... More

Mackinaw

Mackinaw

View of the White Shoal Light from the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Mackinaw, as the crew of the cutter transit toward the Mackinac Bridge in Lake Michigan, Feb 9, 2013. The White Shoal Light was built in 1912 and ... More

INTERNATIONAL ICE PATROL

INTERNATIONAL ICE PATROL

AT SEA (April 13, 2006)--Iceberg sited by the International Ice Patrol. The International Ice Patrol was founded after the RMS Titanic struck an iceberg and sank April 15, 1912, killing 1,517 people. USCG pho... More

INTERNATIONAL ICE PATROL

INTERNATIONAL ICE PATROL

AT SEA (April 13, 2006)--Coast Guard Lt. Jody Popp scans the horizon for icebergs while taking part in the International Ice Patrol. The International Ice Patrol was founded after the RMS Titanic struck an ice... More

INTERNATIONAL ICE PATROL

INTERNATIONAL ICE PATROL

AT SEA (April 13, 2006)--(From Left) Coast Guard Petty Officer 3rd Class Jason Conklin, Petty Officer 3rd Class Sara Weitkamp, Petty Officer 1st Class Tom Davin and Petty Officer 3rd Class Matt Youngs dedicate ... More

International Ice Patrol members dedicate wreaths in memory of RMS Titanic victims

International Ice Patrol members dedicate wreaths in memory of RMS Tit...

AT SEA - Coast Guard Petty Officers Wade Mendenhall and David Luke, stationed at Coast Guard Air Station Elizabeth City, N.C., dedicate wreaths at the site of the sinking of the RMS Titanic Friday, April 18, 20... More

INTERNATIONAL ICE PATROL

INTERNATIONAL ICE PATROL

AT SEA (April 13, 2006)--Iceberg sited by the International Ice Patrol. The International Ice Patrol was founded after the RMS Titanic struck an iceberg and sank April 15, 1912, killing 1,517 people. USCG pho... More

INTERNATIONAL ICE PATROL

INTERNATIONAL ICE PATROL

AT SEA (April 13, 2006)--(From Left) Coast Guard Petty Officer 2nd Class Brian Batdorf, Petty Officer 1st Class Tom Davin, Petty Officer 3rd Class Jeromy Sherrill, Petty Officer 2nd Class Marcus Jones and Lt. C... More

INTERNATIONAL ICE PATROL

INTERNATIONAL ICE PATROL

AT SEA (April 13, 2006)--Iceberg sited by the International Ice Patrol. The International Ice Patrol was founded after the RMS Titanic struck an iceberg and sank April 15, 1912, killing 1,517 people. USCG pho... More

Ice Patrol by William Kusche

Ice Patrol by William Kusche

During a North Atlantic patrol, the Coast Guard Cutter Taney tracks icebergs. The Coast Guard has conducted the International Ice Patrol since 1913 in order to detect icebergs in North Atlantic shipping lanes ... More

Coast Guard Pilots First Plane to Cross the Atlantic Bay, 1919 by George Delaney

Coast Guard Pilots First Plane to Cross the Atlantic Bay, 1919 by Geor...

The Coast Guardsman, Lieutenant Elmer Stone, piloted this plane, the NC4, across what we know as the Atlantic Ocean today, but was often called the Atlantic Bay in the early days of flight. Stone was the first ... More

Cmdr. Elmer Stone, CG Aviator No. 1 by Ferdinand Petrie

Cmdr. Elmer Stone, CG Aviator No. 1 by Ferdinand Petrie

CDR Stone was a Coast Guard and Naval aviation pioneer who established a world speed record for amphibious planes and made history as one of the pilots of the first aircraft to fly across the Atlantic Ocean. St... More

Shinnecock Station by Gordon Wilcox

Shinnecock Station by Gordon Wilcox

The sun rises on Coast Guard Station Shinnecock, N. Y. on the Shinnecock Bay. The station was built in 1855 for the Life-Saving Service, which merged in 1915 with the Revenue Cutter Service to become the Coast Guard.

Grandfather of the Coast Guard by Agnes Davis

Grandfather of the Coast Guard by Agnes Davis

One of Alexander Hamilton's first ten vessels of the "Revenue Marine" about to overhaul a suspected smuggler. The painting suggests that the suspect is one of the smugglers in the habit of unloading valuable c... More

Seneca Attempts to Save Wellington by David Stone

Seneca Attempts to Save Wellington by David Stone

The Coast Guard Cutter SENECA places a damage control crew on board the torpedoed tanker WELLINGTON in an attempt to keep it from sinking September 16, 1918. (Permission to reprint this work must be obtained f... More

Kathrine

Kathrine

This is a Coast Guard photo of Kathrine from April 18, 1923.

Tug Underwriter

Tug Underwriter

The tug Underwriter was seized by the Coast Guard patrol vessels four times. On three occasions, liquor was found aboard the tug. (U.S. Coast Guard photo)

Lollypop

Lollypop

This is a scan of Cutter Yamacraw, Jan. 2, 1925.

Overfalls: Proud Sentinal of the Past by Rich Buchwald

Overfalls: Proud Sentinal of the Past by Rich Buchwald

The 102-foot lightship WAL-524, a mariner's marker serving on Overfalls from 1926-1951, now maintains a quieter vigil in its decommissioned status.

Poseiden

Poseiden

This is the Poseidon Dec. 7, 1927.

Coast Guard operations

Coast Guard operations

This is a Coast Guard ceremony.

Star of Falkland Rescue by Tom Hall

Star of Falkland Rescue by Tom Hall

The Coast Guard cutter Haida and the lighthouse tender Cedar prepare to rescue the passengers and crew from the sailing vessel Star of Falkland near Unimak Pass, Alaska on May 23, 1928. The Star of Falkland, a... More

Four-stacker Cutter in Rough Ocean, 1929 by Petersen (ID # 90140)
TypeX-HFDF-1930-2 copy
TypeX-HFDF-1930-1 copy
Lightship Nantucket Sunk by RMS Olympic by Charles Mazoujian

Lightship Nantucket Sunk by RMS Olympic by Charles Mazoujian

One of the most monotonous, arduous and dangerous duties that the early Coast Guard performed was manning lightships. The Nantucket station, established in 1854, had become the major beacon that guided vessels... More

Hall PH-2 Flying Lifeboat,1936 by Gerard Provenza

Hall PH-2 Flying Lifeboat,1936 by Gerard Provenza

Beginning in 1934, the Coast Guard began using a specially designed "flying lifeboat" -- equipped with specialized equipment and capabilities for search and rescue duties and capable of operating up to 1,000 mi... More

Early Flight by Dante Bertoni

Early Flight by Dante Bertoni

An OL-5 amphibian airplane flies over St. Joseph North Pier Lights at Lake Michigan, 1926-1935. The Coast Guard purchased three Loening OL-5 amphibians in October 1926, soon after Congress appropriated $152,00... More

Iceberg Patrol, Circa 1939 by William Ellsworth

Iceberg Patrol, Circa 1939 by William Ellsworth

A Hall PH flying boat conducts an International Ice Patrol overflight in the North Atlantic. Fourteen of the rugged bi-wing planes were used by the Coast Guard beginning in 1938 for patrol and rescue work in e... More

Almost Neutrality by William Ellsworth

Almost Neutrality by William Ellsworth

In the 1938-1941 period -- just before the U. S. entrance into World War II -- all U. S. forces were on "Neutrality Patrol." However, with most personnel not enamored by Hitler, the official policy tended on t... More

Picnic at Hillsboro Light by John Wisinski

Picnic at Hillsboro Light by John Wisinski

The Hillsboro Inlet light station was built in 1907. It has been given to a non-profit organization for historical preservation and public education. The Lighthouse Service, created in 1789, became part of th... More

Lighthouse Ruf Stuff by John Wisinski

Lighthouse Ruf Stuff by John Wisinski

The Lighthouse Service, created in 1789, became part of the Coast Guard in 1939. The tradition of ensuring the safe navigation of the seas that began with the running of lighthouses continues today. The Coast... More

Winter Storm Watch by Dorothy Roatz

Winter Storm Watch by Dorothy Roatz

The Lighthouse Service, created in 1789, became part of the Coast Guard in 1939. The tradition of ensuring the safe navigation of the seas that began with the running of lighthouses continues today. The Coast... More

Abandoned Light House by John Wisinski

Abandoned Light House by John Wisinski

The Lighthouse Service, created in 1789, became part of the Coast Guard in 1939. The tradition of ensuring the safe navigation of the seas that began with the running of lighthouses continues today. The Coast... More

Last Voyage: The Raritan by James Dyekman

Last Voyage: The Raritan by James Dyekman

The USCGC RARITAN was a 110-footer tug that was launched in 1939 and decommissioned in 1988. She distinguished herself with service out of Portsmouth, VA; Milwaukee, WI; Grand Haven, MI; and Governors Island, NY.

Hillsboro Light at Night by John Wisinski

Hillsboro Light at Night by John Wisinski

The Hillsboro Inlet light station was built in 1907. It has been given to a non-profit organization for historical preservation and public education. The Lighthouse Service, created in 1789, became part of th... More

USCGC Mahoning Fights Fire by William Kusche

USCGC Mahoning Fights Fire by William Kusche

The 110-foot MAHONING, a Coast Guard tugboat, approaches the burning "CHRISTINE E" to help fight the fire, rescue the crew if necessary and assist the ship to safety. The MAHONING served from August 1939 until... More

Where needed, we go by William Ellsworth

Where needed, we go by William Ellsworth

An OS2U Kingfisher sea plane enters a storm on search patrol. In service from 1940 through 1944, the planes patrolled for enemy submarines and scouted for and protected coastal merchant convoys.

Vought Kingfisher, Circa 1942, OS2U-3 by William Ellsworth

Vought Kingfisher, Circa 1942, OS2U-3 by William Ellsworth

The Vought OS2U Kingfisher, a scout and observation floatplane, began service with the Navy beginning in August 1940. They were built using spot welding. The Coast Guard flew both the OS2U-2 and OS2U-3 models... More

Rokey aboard SPAR

Rokey aboard SPAR

Laura Rokey, a former Coast Guard SPAR, discusses her time in the Coast Guard with Lt. Cmdr. Michele Schallip, commanding officer, Coast Guard Cutter SPAR, and female crewmembers during a visit to the ship whil... More

Rokey aboard SPAR

Rokey aboard SPAR

Laura Rokey, a former Coast Guard SPAR, and Lt. Cmdr. Michele Schallip, commanding officer, Coast Guard Cutter SPAR, tour the ship while it was moored in Petersburg, Alaska, Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012. Rokey, now 9... More

Rokey aboard SPAR

Rokey aboard SPAR

Ensign Paul Milliken, an officer aboard the Coast Guard Cutter SPAR, welcomes Laura Rokey, a former Coast Guard SPAR, and her family aboard the ship in Petersburg, Alaska, Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012. The women who ... More

PBY Catalina of the 1940s by John Needre
Coast Guard Aircraft, Past and Present by Joseph Whitaker

Coast Guard Aircraft, Past and Present by Joseph Whitaker

(l-r, t-b) Loening OL-5 "Amphibious Biplane," 1926-35; experimental Curtis Flying Boat; Consolidated N4Y-1 "Biplane Trainer," 1932-45; Lockheed HC-130 "Hercules," 1959-present; Vultee SNV-1 "Valiant 54," 1940-4... More

J2F, Circa may 1941 by William Ellsworth

J2F, Circa may 1941 by William Ellsworth

When Europe was in the early stages of WWII, the United States enforced its neutrality by patrols. The Coast Guard was particularly involved in protecting the waters of the North Atlantic Ocean. The J2F was o... More

USCGC Alexander Hamilton, Torpedoed off Reykjavik, Iceland by Perry Stirling (ID #  90364)

USCGC Alexander Hamilton, Torpedoed off Reykjavik, Iceland by Perry St...

The cutter HAMILTON was torpedoed 10 miles off Reykjavik, Iceland, on January 29, 1942, with the loss of 26 lives. The casualties and remaining 213 crewmen were taken aboard the escorting destroyer GWIN. A Br... More

USCGC Spencer by Donald Phillips

USCGC Spencer by Donald Phillips

World War II action as the Coast Guard Cutter SPENCER, under command of Captain Paul Heineman, attempts to cope with a depleted ocean escort unit (A-3) in February 1943.

The U.S. Coast Guard at Salerno by George F. Schoenberger (ID #90359)

The U.S. Coast Guard at Salerno by George F. Schoenberger (ID #90359)

The invasion of Italy, 9 September 1943. Under heavy fire Coast Guardsmen bring waves of landing craft past British cruiser and American destroyers firing salvos into the hills back of the beach on D-day of th... More

PBM-3 Circa 1943 by William Ellsworth

PBM-3 Circa 1943 by William Ellsworth

A PBM-3 amphibious airplane lifts off from the water.

Away All Boarders! by Perry Stirling

Away All Boarders! by Perry Stirling

Coast Guard Cutter SPENCER battles a German U-boat in April of 1943. A Coast Guardsman can be seen in the submarine's conning tower checking for survivors.

U.S. troops wade into the water as they stormed Omaha

U.S. troops wade into the water as they stormed Omaha

U.S. troops wade into the water as they stormed Omaha beach on June 6, 1944. The iconic photograph of the Normandy landings is called “Into the Jaws of Death” and was shot by U.S. Coast Guard photographer's mat... More

The Bermuda Skyqueen Rescue by Keith Ferris

The Bermuda Skyqueen Rescue by Keith Ferris

In October 1947 the Coast Guard Cutter BIBB rescued sixty-nine passengers from the crippled aircraft BERMUDA SKYQUEEN which was enroute from Ireland to Newfoundland. (Permission to reprint this work must be ob... More

Commander, 13th Coast Guard District muster roll

Commander, 13th Coast Guard District muster roll

Muster roll for Commander, 13th Coast Guard District, Seattle, for February 1949.

Coast Guard Cutter Morris muster roll

Coast Guard Cutter Morris muster roll

Muster roll for Coast Guard Cutter Morris, May 2, 1949.

Muster roll for Coast Guard moorings San Pedro

Muster roll for Coast Guard moorings San Pedro

Muster roll for U.S. Coast Guard moorings San Pedro, Calif., January 1949.

Coast Guard Albatross, 1951-1983 by William Ellsworth

Coast Guard Albatross, 1951-1983 by William Ellsworth

This amphibious plane was able to take-off and land in sheltered waters and stop in less than 900 feet. On at least one occasion it took off in seas as high as seven feet.

Grumman JRF-56 'Goose,' Circa 1951 by William Ellsworth

Grumman JRF-56 'Goose,' Circa 1951 by William Ellsworth

Prior to the war these amphibians carried out search and rescue missions and aerial mapping flights and participated in the Coast Guard's contribution to the enforcement of the Neutrality Patrol. During the wa... More

CG36500 Motor Life Boat rescue by Richard Kaiser

CG36500 Motor Life Boat rescue by Richard Kaiser

The Coast Guard motor lifeboat CG 36500 about to rescue the 32 men aboard the broken stern half of the tanker Pendleton. THe incident took place five miles off the coast of Chatham, Massachusetts on February 18, 1952.

USS General Gordon (AP-117)

USS General Gordon (AP-117)

Historical photo of the USS General Gordon. In World War II, the USS General Gordon was a U.S. Coast Guard-manned transport vessel that moved troops between the United States and ports in Europe and Africa. U... More

Coast Guard Cutters Traverse the Northwest Passage by Dean Ellis

Coast Guard Cutters Traverse the Northwest Passage by Dean Ellis

In 1957, the Coast Guard icebreaking cutter Storis and the buoy tenders Bramble and Spar navigate through the ice attempting to find a northwest passage across the Arctic -- an ambition of mariners for almost 4... More

INTERNATIONAL ICE PATROL

INTERNATIONAL ICE PATROL

(May 1) A iceberg floats in the North Atlantic as seen during a U.S. Coast Guard International Ice Patrol. U.S. COAST GUARD PHOTO

Changing: 1960-1992 by Ralph Starr
New Paint Job by Richard Ochs

New Paint Job by Richard Ochs

The Coast Guard Cutter Red Cedar (WLM-688) was one of five 157-foot coastal buoy tenders built by the Coast Guard Yard that entered service between 1964 and 1971. They were the first new class of seagoing buoy... More

Service Call, Mile Rocks by Ralph Starr

Service Call, Mile Rocks by Ralph Starr

Their helo standing by on the landing platform of Mile Rocks Light, CGmen make repairs on the structure. At one time, Mile Rocks was the site of a 1906 lighthouse. 4 stories of the 5 were removed in 1965 to c... More

USCGC Dallas

USCGC Dallas

Originally commissioned in 1967 at Avondale Shipyard in New Orleans, Dallas is the sixth cutter to bear the name Alexander J. Dallas, the Secretary of the Treasury under President James Madison (1814-1816). D... More

USCGC Gallatin to the Rescue by Stephanie Fracasso

USCGC Gallatin to the Rescue by Stephanie Fracasso

Home ported in Charleston, South Carolina, the GALLATIN provides service to the people in the Seventh Coast Guard District. The 378-foot High Endurance Cutter is powered by two diesel engines and two gas turbi... More

USCGC Point White Horn, WPB 82364 by Paul Ortlip

USCGC Point White Horn, WPB 82364 by Paul Ortlip

CGC POINT WHITE HORN patiently waits for a call to action at St. Thomas, Virgin Islands. Named for points of land, these cutters were constructed between 1960 and 1970. Twenty- six of them were transferred to... More

Boat fire 1971 by Charles White
BM2 Benoit inducted into Vets Hall of Honor

BM2 Benoit inducted into Vets Hall of Honor

Former Coast Guard Petty Officer 2nd Class Gil Benoit was inducted into the Louisiana Veterans Hall of Honor as part of Veteran's Day Ceremonies at Louisiana's Old State Capitol building in Baton Rouge, La., No... More

Boat fire 1971, by Charles White

Boat fire 1971, by Charles White

Our helicopters often work from larger cutters on law enforcement and search & rescue missions.

Portrait of Master Chief Petty Officer Patricia Stolle

Portrait of Master Chief Petty Officer Patricia Stolle

A 1974 graduation portrait of Master Chief Petty Officer Patricia Stolle as a petty officer 3rd class. In 1973 legislation passed ending the Coast Guard women's reserve and began integrating women into active d... More

Hillsboro Light by John Wisinski

Hillsboro Light by John Wisinski

A beautiful 1975 watercolor painting of the waves crashing on to the Hillsboro Light.

Polar Star Under the Northern Lights by Evelyn Peters

Polar Star Under the Northern Lights by Evelyn Peters

The CGC POLAR STAR, a 399 ft icebreaker, was built and commissioned in Seattle, WA, its current homeport, in 1976. It was designed as a state of the art Polar Class icebreaker in the world. The main mission of ... More

USCGC Morgenthau, WHEC 722 by John Wisinski

USCGC Morgenthau, WHEC 722 by John Wisinski

The Coast Guard Cutter MORGENTHAU is named for Henry Morgenthau, Jr., Secretary of the Treasury from 1934 to 1945 under President Franklin D. Roosevelt. MORGENTHAU, commissioned in 1969, is part of the 378-foo... More

USCGC Morgenthau

USCGC Morgenthau

The Coast Guard Cutter MORGENTHAU is named for Henry Morgenthau, Jr., Secretary of the Treasury from 1934 to 1945 under President Franklin D. Roosevelt. MORGENTHAU, commissioned in 1969, is part of the 378-foo... More

Alaska: Sitkinak Refuel by Elisse Goldstein

Alaska: Sitkinak Refuel by Elisse Goldstein

A Coast Guard HH-60J Jayhawk helicopter stops off for a refuel on the island of Sitkinak, Alaska. This is a small island just south of Kodiak, within sight of the village of Akhiok. Sitkinak is one of the Trin... More

INTERNATIONAL ICE PATROL

INTERNATIONAL ICE PATROL

(April 2) A iceberg floats in the North Atlantic as seen during a U.S. Coast Guard International Ice Patrol. U.S. COAST GUARD PHOTO

HC-130 Hercules

HC-130 Hercules

The HC-130 Hercules is a long-range surveillance and transport, fixed-wing aircraft that is used to perform search and rescue, enforcement of laws and treaties including illegal drug interdiction, marine enviro... More

COAST GUARD CUTTER GASCONADE

COAST GUARD CUTTER GASCONADE

(Oct. 26)--Coast Guard Cutter Gasconade. U.S. COAST GUARD PHOTO

INTERNATIONAL ICE PATROL

INTERNATIONAL ICE PATROL

(Dec. 8) A iceberg floats in the North Atlantic as seen during a U.S. Coast Guard International Ice Patrol. U.S. COAST GUARD PHOTO

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

(Feb. 11)--Coast Guard buoydeck member chips ice away from buoy before replacing on station. U.S. COAST GUARD PHOTO

Fire

Fire

(Apr. 8)--The Coast Guard works to put out a fire from oil that was ignited after a spill. U.S. Coast Guard

Fire

Fire

(Apr. 8)--The Coast Guard works to put out a fire from oil that was ignited after a spill. U.S. Coast Guard

Fire

Fire

(Apr. 8)--The Coast Guard works to put out a fire from oil that was ignited after a spill. U.S. Coast Guard

32-foot utility boat

32-foot utility boat

May 1 -- A Coast Guard 32 ft utility boat demonstrates its onboard firefighting techniques. U.S. COAST GUARD PHOTO

SHIP DISASTER

SHIP DISASTER

(May 19)--Bow of ship sticks out of the water after sinking. U.S. COAST GUARD PHOTO

COAST GUARD AUXILIARY

COAST GUARD AUXILIARY

(Sep. 3)--Auxiliary members go over requirements and supplies with pleasure boaters during a courtesy marine examination. U.S. COAST GUARD PHOTO

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