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Getting work done in an ocean far from home.
A new set of eyes can examine old plans, the new commander said.
No casualties resulted from the crash, which occurred on takeoff.
A seperate mission rescued a person injured by a bear near Nome.
More people on the water with the pandemic means more potential for accidents to happen.
No casualties were reported, and owners are working to refloat one of the vessels.
The new commander is no stranger to Juneau, however.
The Texas man was visiting his son, recently stationed in Juneau.
They’ve both come a long way since growing up in Idaho.
Fagan became the first woman to hold the rank of admiral in the Coast Guard.
The man was experiencing stroke-like symptoms.
Docks and Harbors has played a key role in preventing several major spills, the citation says.
Residents of the Savikko Park area might have been perplexed to see boats with oil booms swanning about near Douglas Harbor on Tuesday morning. The… Continue reading
Between near-zero visibility and a 70 mph headwind, conditions were far from ideal.
The vessel has been in service since 1971 and undertaken many high-profile rescues and operations.
New commander says he has found his work.
Big things are coming for Alaska, the admiral says.
District 17 practiced doing more with less.
Long nights, thick ice, and hamsters: the Polar Star finishes a rare northern deployment.