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1 hr ago | Navy Times
After 45 years of service, the Coast Guard cutter Gallatin finished its last patrol Wednesday, slipping up to a pier in North Charleston where its 170-member crew was greeted by family members and a dozen members of the Patriot Guard holding American flags.
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3 hrs ago | KCRG
The Mississippi River towboat that partially sank just over two weeks ago is nearly ready to begin its 350-mile trip to a St. Louis area repair facility.
7 hrs ago | WebProNews
If you're thinking that it doesn't seem that long ago that young Elian Gonzalez was making headlines after being found in an inner tube off the coast of Florida, think again.
A boat club based in Cape Coral came up with a new twist to help celebrate Wreaths Across America to honor military veterans as it participates in the ceremony for the third year Saturday, Dec. 14, in the Gulf of Mexico.
But when the 30-year-old Tybee Island native realized one of her fellow Coast Guardsmen had fallen unconscious into the water while walking onto a moored boat, she didn't hesitate.
A necropses performed on eleven dead short-finned pilot whales found in the Florida Keys on Sunday revealed the mammals suffered from malnutrition.
Bollinger Shipyards Inc. has delivered its eighth Fast-Response Cutter to the U.S. Coast Guard.
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico - The U.S. Coast Guard has called off a four-day search for 14 Dominican migrants bound for Puerto Rico who reportedly went missing at sea.
Something "fishy" happens when some recreational fishermen go out to sea in search of one of the mid-Atlantic's most prized gamefish.
Google's mysterious barge moored in San Francisco Bay will not become the glitzy showroom it is expected to be any time soon, as the search giant finds itself at the mercy of the US Design changes demanded by the Coast Guard must be made to the enormous barge's interior before it can be completed and opened to visitors, putting the project on a ... (more)
Google's plans to build an " interactive space " on a barge in the San Francisco Bay have been forced to drop anchor - and everything else - thanks to an investigation by the U.S. Coast Guard and other agencies, reports CNet .
A Coast Guard boat capsized off Jejudo Island on Monday due to strong winds and high tides while rescuing crew of a damaged fishing boat, leaving one dead and three injured.
One person was found dead and a 42-year-old man was taken to a hospital in serious condition as authorities responded to Cuban migrants found off Key Biscayne Monday, officials said.
Jim Wilde and John Sturgeon have both lost their lawsuits to challenge the National Park Service's authority to dictate their behavior on navigable rivers in the Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve.
A search is on for two additional people believed to be rafters, after one was found dead and another still floating on the raft.
Dec. 2, the cutter left Westport at 11 a.m. to aid the fishing vessel 'Hit & Miss', disabled off Lurcher Shoal by engine failure.