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The Coast Guard traced the signal to a partially submerged boat downtown.
The Coast Guard’s idea of a polar plunge is a little more involved.
The man was rescued unharmed.
The missing man’s kayak was found empty and overturned.
The state has more than 380 bulk oil facilities to certify, almost all of them remote.
Activity in the region is soaring as more ice melts.
The teenager suffered from chest pains during a hike.
How did the boat end up in the channel?
Coast Guardsmen weren’t about to let rain stop them from winning a turkey.
The class readies children for the unexpected.
Wind gusts were up to 45 mph.
The Coast Guard’s only medium icebreaker swings through Juneau.
Russian encroachment in Alaska airspace is also a growing issue.
One survivor held on to the other until he was rescued.
The Coast Guard’s emergency VHF channels are under repair.
Another man survived to be rescued.
The sea is merciless, but technology can be a lifesaver.
The Coast Guard is adapting to modern attitudes toward body art.
This is the largest-ever exercise of its kind.
CCFR paramedics help out with at-sea medevacs.