Coast Guard station


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Coast Guard station

[′kōst ‚gärd ‚stā·shən]
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In American usage, any building on the coast used to house personnel and equipment for saving life at sea. Also known as life-saving station.
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Siuslaw Coast Guard station tour, 5255 Coast Guard Road, Florence.
The blend of history, science, interesting people, ghosts and storms, with the esoteric and practical side of field work is a captivating tale of a majestic Coast Guard station that made the transition from saving lives to cutting-edge scientific discoveries.
multiple shots were fired overnight at a Coast Guard station in Potomac Mills
So the goal is to find a group or cooperator to use the Coast Guard station in an environmentally responsible way and pay for its upkeep," said Hill, "which would be wonderful.
All were brought to the Channel Islands Coast Guard station, with no injuries reported.
Joseph River near a Coast Guard station on May 22, 1991.
Consider, for instance, Coast Guard Station Cape Disappointment, a sentry post at the mouth of the serpentine Columbia River dividing Washington and Oregon.
In the summer of 1987, they travelled to Attu, outermost island in the chain, where they planted trees on a Coast Guard station.
Coast Guard Station in San Juan, Puerto Rico, contacted Southbury requesting assistance in communicating with the Ocean Wolf, which had suffered an explosion in the engine room and was taking on water.
The Philippine Coast Guard station commander in Dumaguete, Lt.
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According to the DOTr, Eruel Merana, owner of MV Mercraft 3, received on Friday a phone call from a certain 'Acosta' allegedly from the Northern Quezon coast guard station telling him that Tugade wanted to talk to him.

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