1984: The CGC Northwind seized the P/C Alexi I off Jamaica for carrying 20 tons of marijuana, becoming the first icebreaker to make a narcotics seizure.
(Source: USCG Historian’s Office)
Two ships ran aground Tuesday off the west coast of Scotland, according to Herald Scotland.
The first vessel, the 87-meter passenger cruise vessel Serenissima,
The Coast Guard World War Memorial at Arlington National Cemetery was dedicated May 23, 1928, as a tribute to the Coast Guardsmen who lost their lives in World War I.
Uncharted Ice: The U.S. Coast Guard's New Arctic Strategy.
U.S. Coast Guard Commandant Bob Papp today revealed the nation's and the Coast Guard's blueprint for Arctic strategy.
Saving money and the planet, it’s the Holy Grail for today’s cost and image conscious shipowners. Bearing that in mind, fellow open hatch cargo vessel operators
Atle Jacobsen, the CEO of Dolphin Geophysical, is, in many ways, a bit of a paradox.
An experienced, no-nonsense, veteran of the marine seismic surveying industry,
Today in U.S.Naval History - May 21
1850 - Washington Navy Yard begins work on first castings for the Dahlgren guns
1917 - USS Ericsson fires first torpedo