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Coast Guard continues to monitor ship.
Man and woman safe after boat grounds near Juneau
73-year-old passenger stabilized
Across the state, the service stayed busy.
The passenger was suffering from loss of vision.
Off the chain.
Coast Guard asks help for information
The Coast Guard is always seeking new talent for its officer corps.
Aircrews also medevaced a crewman from a cargo ship near Dutch Harbor.
Coast Guard aircrews stayed busy on Monday from the Southeast to western Alaska.
The situation is noncritical, said state and federal agencies working on a removal solution.
The annual patrol to monitor illegal fishing is set to begin soon.
Alaskans might have relaxed for the holiday, but the Coast Guard didn’t.
Numbers met expectations, said safety instructors.
The boat sank in Glacier Bay National Park.
Up the creek, with a paddle.
The new cutter has big boots to fill, but brings the enthusiasm to do it.
The man was stable and in good spirits when he was transferred to civilian EMS.
The man had suffered head trauma and crew were unable to control the bleeding.
Bad fuel rendered the engine nonfunctional 80 nautical miles west of Yakutat.