BOSTON – U.S. Coast Guard crews medically evacuated a crewman from the fishing vessel Jennifer Anne 115-miles east of Cape Anne, Mass., Jan. 16, 2011.
Coast Guard watch standers received a report from the captain of the fishing vessel Jennifer Anne that a 53-year old male on board was experiencing chest pains at approximately 3:50 p.m.
An HH-60 rescue helicopter crew and an HU-25 Falcon Jet crew launched from Coast Guard Air Station Cape Cod to aid the injured man.
Once on scene the man was hoisted to the helicopter.
The man was transported to Cape Cod Hospital and was reported to be in good condition at 8:45 p.m.
Here’s another one
Check out the one that North Shore Waterman Doug Maxfield posted a couple of weeks ago-
This one was released yesterday-
Provincetown, Mass. – The National Motor Lifeboat School conducts training with Coast Guard Station Provincetown Nov. 11-12, 2010.
This is the first time the National Motor Lifeboat School has conducted training on the East coast.
U.S. Coast Guard Video by Petty Officer 3rd Class James Rhodes.
Two days After We Lost Charlie the Coast Guard Will Be Holding a Press Conference To Detail Their Conclusions In The Patriot Sinking Investigation.
Media are invited to attend a news briefing for the fishing vessel Patriot marine casualty investigation at Sector Boston, Friday, Sept. 17, 2010 at 8 p.m.
The late hour of the news briefing is due to previous briefings with members of the family of the two fishermen who lost thier lives when the Patriot sank in January 2009.
Who: Capt. John Healey, commander of Sector Boston, will be answering questions pertaining to the marine casualty investigation.
What: Media briefing on the fishing vessel Patriot marine casualty investigation.
When: Sept. 17th at 8 p.m.
427 Commercial St
Boston, MA 02109
Media are asked to R.S.V.P. and have proper credentials prior to arrival.
For more information on this release, please contact 1st District Public Affairs at (617) 223-8515.
Click the Picture Below For The Slide Show Of Pictures I Took Aboard Matteo Russo’s Patriot July 29, 2008
I took a walk on Wingaersheek Beach yesterday, looking for the Channel Marker that had washed ashore during a storm. See (Ed Sawicki March 26 2010, entry in GMG ).
I did not realize how big this thing is. Michael Densmore, a professional welder, was also there taking measurements. He is trying to bid on the contract with the Coast Guard, to cut it up so it can be removed. As I took photos I thought how great this would look at the new area on Rogers Street. I also found out that Mike was the welder that had worked on the majority of the channel markers we see around the city.
I hope I get the opportunity to watch them cut this thing up and haul it away.
Even on a cold drizzle day you can find something interesting in Gloucester.
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From Kathy Day-
Fishing Families & Friends Health & Safety Day
This Saturday April 17th 9-3 pm Coast Guard Station Gloucester
Rain or shine
Free Health Screenings and vaccinations, lunch, CG Safety Stations, kids activities Raffle items – Floatable bibs, First AID kits, IPODS courtesy of GFWA, MFP, NHS
Sponsored by the Healthy Gloucester Collaborative, US Coast Guard, Northeast Health System
For more info call Kathy Day 866-964-4604
Our friend Damon helping out the sailboats that are at the floating dock off the State Fish Pier. One of the boats #13 capsized while practicing near the Paint Factory. The two kids in the boat righted it themselves and climbed aboard all were safe. The Coast Guard was just checking too see if they were all right.photo by Paul Frontiero
Check out those cool cockpit chairs that sit atop the Coast Guard boat. They look pretty comfy.