Coast Guard

Nine people were hurt, including one critically, when a U.S. Coast Guard vessel collided with a U.S. Navy boat off Alaska's Kodiak Island.

70-year-old Coast Guard flag is returned to its home ship, thanks to a World War II veteran

After nearly 80 years in the dark, happenstance brought the Coast Guard flag back into service, this time as a link between one ship’s history and its service today.

Coast Guard: Kite surfer reported missing off Jersey Shore was on dry land all along

A kite surfer believed to be missing off the coast of Ocean City actually made it out of the water safe after experiencing minor equipment trouble and had no idea authorities were searching for him along the Jersey Shore, the Coast Guard announced Friday afternoon.

JFK bunker, historic Coast Guard buildings in disrepair as port awaits offer

The Cold War fallout bunker built by the U.S. Navy in 1961 for President John F. Kennedy today remains closed to the public. The Peanut Island shelter and nearby historical Coast Guard station and house, which were closed to public tours in October 2017, are showing the signs of abandonment.

‘Good Samaritan’ turns snorkeler’s severed arm over to Coast Guard rescue crew

A good Samaritan recovered a severed limb floating in the water off Palm Beach Island Thursday, and handed it over to the U.S. Coast Guard.

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