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Coast Guard searches for missing sailor from Oahu

The Coast Guard is asking for the public’s assistance in locating a mariner last seen departing Ala Wai boat harbor Thursday evening. Greg Stephanoff departed the Ala Wai boat harbor alone on his 42-foot Catalina Sloop, C:Drive, at approximately 8 p.m. Thursday. His destination was unknown and he has not been heard from since.

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Coast Guard to use non-lethal signaling in coastal security

The Coast Guard is implementing the use of a non-lethal signaling and warning device to support the service’s ports waterways and coastal security mission in Hawaii. The LA51 signal and warning device is a fired from a 12-gauge military shotgun to produce a visible signal at a range of 100 meters. Training will be conducted […]

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Rescued sailors share their experience with Coast Guard

A Canadian family rescued after their sailboat sunk during a voyage from Mexico to Hawaii, met with Coast Guardsmen to discuss lessons learned from the recent rescue in an effort to improve the search and rescue process Wednesday (Feb 15).

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Hawaii and Maui counties work with Coast Guard to coordinate rescue missions

The Coast Guard signed a memorandum of agreement with Maui and Hawaii Counties to improve coordination and maintain consistent interoperability during search and rescue missions Thursday (Feb 2).

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Coast Guard airdrops medical supplies to cruise ship Northeast of Hilo

Coast Guard HC-130 Hercules aircrew flew more than 900 miles to airdrop a package containing blood and medical supplies to a cruise ship northeast of Hilo, Hawaii, Tuesday (Jan 24).

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Coast Guard aircrews rescued a pilot who was forced to ditch his Cessna 310 aircraft approximately 13 miles northeast of the Big Island, Hawaii Friday (Oct 7). Video of the ditching and rescue.

Coast Guard rescues pilot from Cessna ditching in ocean East of Hilo

Coast Guard aircrews rescued a pilot who was forced to ditch his Cessna 310 aircraft approximately 13 miles northeast of the Big Island, Hawaii Friday (Oct 7). Video of the ditching and rescue.

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The Coast Guard and the crew of a good Samaritan vessel assisted the crew of a sailboat 900 miles southeast of Hilo Friday after the ship’s sails frayed and fuel began to run low.

Coast Guard search and rescue watchstanders from the Honolulu’s Joint Rescue Coordination Center received a distress call at 7:40 a.m. Friday via satellite phone from the captain of the 43-foot sailboat Kehaulani. The 66 year-old captain and a 63 year-old woman were the only crew aboard the sailboat.

Crew of disabled sailboat rescued 900 miles southeast of Hilo

The Coast Guard and the crew of a good Samaritan vessel assisted the crew of a sailboat 900 miles southeast of Hilo Friday after the ship’s sails frayed and fuel began to run low. Coast Guard search and rescue watchstanders from the Honolulu’s Joint Rescue Coordination Center received a distress call at 7:40 a.m. Friday […]

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U.S. Coast Guard Sector Honolulu command center watchstanders here received a mayday call at about 1 a.m. Friday and are asking for assistance determining if anyone is in distress.

Watchstanders reported the one-time mayday call gave no position or vessel description. The distressed mariner only stated, “Mayday, we’re going down.”

U.S. Coast Guard seeks help with distress call

U.S. Coast Guard Sector Honolulu command center watchstanders here received a mayday call at about 1 a.m. Friday and are asking for assistance determining if anyone is in distress. Watchstanders reported the one-time mayday call gave no position or vessel description. The distressed mariner only stated, “Mayday, we’re going down.”

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Capt. David J. Swatland, most recently Chief of Response for the U.S. Coast Guard’s 14th District in Honolulu, joins NOAA’s Office of National Marine Sanctuaries as Deputy Superintendent for Policies and Programs for Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument.

New monument deputy superintendent for programs/policy appointed

Capt. David J. Swatland, most recently Chief of Response for the U.S. Coast Guard’s 14th District in Honolulu, joins NOAA’s Office of National Marine Sanctuaries as Deputy Superintendent for Policies and Programs for Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument.

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Coast Guard crews have located the 28-member crew of the disabled fishing vessel Hou Chun 11 early Tuesday morning and are providing medical care to injured crewmembers.

Corpsmen aboard the Coast Guard Cutter Alex Haley are treating two Hou Chun 11 crewmembers who are reported to have suffered burns.

Coast Guard assists crew of fishing vessel on fire south of Hawaii

Coast Guard crews have located the 28-member crew of the disabled fishing vessel Hou Chun 11 early Tuesday morning and are providing medical care to injured crewmembers. Corpsmen aboard the Coast Guard Cutter Alex Haley are treating two Hou Chun 11 crewmembers who are reported to have suffered burns.

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A U.S. Coast Guard air crew aboard a C-130 long-range search and rescue aircraft from Air Station Barbers Point on Oahu conducted a medical evacuation of a Big Island man Saturday, Feb. 6, 2010.

The 25-year-old male is being transported to a local hospital in Honolulu after suffering injuries during a fall. The North Hawaii Community Hospital contacted Coast Guard watch standers in Honolulu early Saturday to arrange the transfer. The C-130 Hercules aircraft crew was launched at approximately 3 p.m.

Coast Guard medically evacuates man from Big Island to Oahu

A U.S. Coast Guard air crew aboard a C-130 long-range search and rescue aircraft from Air Station Barbers Point on Oahu conducted a medical evacuation of a Big Island man Saturday, Feb. 6, 2010. The 25-year-old male is being transported to a local hospital in Honolulu after suffering injuries during a fall. The North Hawaii […]

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The crew of a Coast Guard C-130 Hercules fixed-wing aircraft from Air Station Barbers Point, Hawaii, evacuated more than 60 Haitian-Americans Sunday (Jan 17) from Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

Hawaii Coast Guard crew evacuates more than 60 Haitian-Americans from Haiti

The crew of a Coast Guard C-130 Hercules fixed-wing aircraft from Air Station Barbers Point, Hawaii, evacuated more than 60 Haitian-Americans Sunday (Jan 17) from Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

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