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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taylorii at the Coast Guard Station and Roger Bennett for donation of his specimens of C.
They are so desperate,'' said Luca Sancilio, who served as commander of the coast guard station in Syracuse until mid-November when he was promoted to a new position in Rome.
The search was co-ordinated by the Coast Guard station at Valentia Island in Co Kerry.
Petty Officer Lauren Laughlin of the Coast Guard station in Cleveland, Ohio told the Associated Press (AP) that the commercial barge was being pushed by a tugboat Thursday when it sank in stormy waters about five nautical miles northwest of the entrance to the St.
The two establishments are, Indian Coast Guard District Head Quarters-12 at Kavaratti and the Coast Guard Station at Minicoy.
Making a beeline for the aforementioned flat by the old Coast Guard station, we saw a school of thread fin dotting the surface right along the dropoff.
Blakeley and his crew head back to the Coast Guard station, stopping along the way to do some routine checks on pleasure boats.
PLEASE bring to ECHO readers' attention the thieves who frequent Burbo Bank car park by the coast guard station in Blundellsands.
As oblivious tourists crowded the beach and snack shops here, a Coast Guard helicopter swept low over the cottages, brush and salt marshes of Menemsha to deliver Kennedy and two of his sons to the Coast Guard station.
On May 21, marine units from Coast Guard Station Portland and local law enforcement officers from seven Oregon and Washington counties will enforce this safety zone.
Major organization : INDIAN COAST GUARD STATION NEW MANGALORE
Coast Guard station and inmate crews from the Shutters Creek prison.

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