Coastguard

Coastguard helicopter left on uninhabited island after crew detects technical problem

ONE of two Sumburgh-based Coastguard helicopters is currently stranded on the uninhabited island of South Havra after landing unexpectedly during a training exercise. Pilots in training on Thursday decided to land the helicopter on the island – located south of Burra – as a precaution after a technical problem was detected. The four crew members […]

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Turkish Coast Guard fires warning shot at Cypriot police ship, World News

[ad_1] A Turkish coastguard ship fired warning shots at a Cypriot police boat on Friday. The boat was on patrol for undocumented migrants, Cypriot media reported. The incident came amid high tensions on the island as Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan prepares to visit the separatist Turkish Cypriot north next week to mark the anniversary […]

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Foreign Ministry Makes Representations to UN Regarding Turkish Coast Guard Incident (Update 3)

[ad_1] The Foreign Ministry approached UNFICYP after a Turkish coast guard fired warning shots at a Cyprus port patrol boat and maritime police off Kato Pyrgos Tylliria earlier Friday, ministry spokesman Demetris Samuel told the Cypriot news agency. The boat was on a routine patrol when it was chased by the Turkish Coast Guard as […]

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Cyprus says police patroller warned by Turkish coastguard

[ad_1] Published on: 07/16/2021 – 13:08Amended: 07/16/2021 – 13:07 Cypriot police said on Friday that the Turkish coastguard fired warning shots at one of their ships patrolling undocumented migrants off the island’s north coast, as tensions mount before a visit of the Turkish president to the north of the archipelago. The Cypriot government said it […]

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Coastguard crews rush to the River Forth after ship issues ‘distress signal’

[ad_1] Coastguard teams were rushed to search for the River Forth in Falkirk earlier, after a ship issued a distress signal. A helicopter was seen searching an area of ​​Forth Ports in Grangemouth, before scanning the water between Bo’ness and Blackness. Rescue teams were also sent by boat to search for the ship, but nothing […]

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HM Coast Guard search and rescue crew member recognized for outstanding bravery

Bristow press release | June 23, 2021 Estimated reading time 4 minutes, 54 seconds. A prestigious Royal Humane Society award has been presented to Mark Scotland, paramedic with HM Coastguard Search and Rescue Lydd, following his heroic actions to save a 12-year-old girl off the coast of Kent’s last year. Coast Guard Search and Rescue […]

Marine

DVIDS – News – NNSY Hosts 29th Annual Robert E. Rumens Marine Firefighting School

[ad_1] This year, Norfolk Shipyard (NNSY) hosted the 29th Robert E. Rumens Marine Firefighting School. As of 1991, the Marine Firefighting School originally only hosted local firefighters from the Hampton Roads area. Over the years, this program has grown to include students from all over the world. This training enabled NNSY to share its expertise […]

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NNSY Hosts 29th Annual Robert E. Rumens Sea Firefighting School > Naval Sea Systems Command > Recorded News Module

NORFOLK SHIPYARD, Portsmouth, Virginia – This year, Norfolk Naval Shipyard (NNSY) hosted the 29th Annual Robert E. Rumens Marine Firefighting School. Beginning in 1991, the Marine Firefighting School originally hosted only local firefighters from the Hampton Roads area. Over the years, this program has grown to include students from all over the world. This training […]

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UK Coast Guard and Coast Guard Agency invites companies to bid on new search and rescue program

[ad_1] The UK government’s second generation search and rescue aviation program called UKSAR2G has now reached a crux. The Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) announced on June 10 the shortlisted companies who will be invited to bid for the supply of the next decade of aviation coastguard. The UKSAR2G program will provide services that will […]

Marine

Viega fittings obtain Navy approval

[ad_1] Written by Nick blenkey Viega MegaPress CuNi fittings Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) has approved the use of Viega MegaPress CuNi mechanically fastened fittings in sizes ½ “to 2” in surface fighters for a variety of systems including chilled water, potable water , electronic fresh water cooling, sea water cooling, washing, drainage and other […]

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RNLI & HM Coastguard launch beach safety campaign as coastal tours set to soar this summer

[ad_1] Ahead of the holiday weekend, the RNLI and HM Coastguard are launching a new safety campaign, urging everyone to choose supervised beaches when visiting the coast. With uncertainty about overseas vacations and international travel lingering, RNLI predicts this summer will be the busiest ever as Covid restrictions are relaxed and people choose to ‘stay […]

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Coast Guard organization expected to benefit from sale of waterfront lighthouse property

[ad_1] Monday, May 24, 2021, 9:10 a.m.Press release: Bayley The volunteer search and rescue organization Coastguard New Zealand is expected to receive a donation of $ 50,000 from the sale of a majestic waterfront property – with its own working lighthouse. View from the promontory The 26 acre north-facing headland property at Cape Rodney on […]

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Coast Guard deploys unmanned helicopter to patrol southern seas

[ad_1] [Courtesy of Coast Guard] SEOUL – The South Korean Coast Guard deployed an unmanned surveillance helicopter on a 1,500-ton patrol boat to monitor the coastline and rescue operations. The chopper robot has built-in cameras and sensors, making it more versatile for maritime operations than multi-helicopter drones. The National Maritime Police Agency said in a […]

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Coastguard deploys unmanned helicopter to patrol southern seas

[Courtesy of Coast Guard] SEOUL — The South Korean Coast Guard has deployed an unmanned surveillance helicopter on a 1,500-ton patrol boat to monitor coastlines and rescue operations. The robot helicopter has built-in cameras and sensors, making it more versatile for maritime operations than multi-helicopter drones. The National Maritime Police Agency said in a statement […]

Marine

Jamaican and US naval forces conduct maritime exercises in the Caribbean Sea

[ad_1] Jamaican and US naval forces conduct maritime exercises in the Caribbean Sea The Freedom-variant littoral combat ship USS Sioux City (LCS 11) and the Jamaican Defense Force Coast Guard patrol vessel HMJS George William Gordon conducted a bilateral naval exercise in the Caribbean Sea. During practice, Sioux City deployed its 11-meter Rigid Hull Inflatable […]

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12. The Marine Exchange of Southern California> USC Sea Grant> USC Dana and David Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences

[ad_1] Posted on April 30, 2021Dr. James A. Fawcett, USC Sea Grant Marine Policy Specialist / Director of Extension and Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies at USCMedia contact: Léa Shore / [email protected] / (213) -740-1960 The Marine Exchange of Southern California, located in San Pedro, California near twin ports. Source: CAPT J. Kipling Louttit Just […]

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Transport Secretary appoints new President of Her Majesty’s Maritime and Coast Guard Agency

[ad_1] Secretary of State for Transport appointed Christopher Rodrigues CBE as the new non-executive chairman of the Maritime and Coast Guard Agency (MCA), the government agency tasked with further strengthening the UK’s position at the forefront of global shipping. Mr. Rodrigues brings extensive international experience as Chairman of public, private and government sector organizations in […]

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RM 90 million allocated to new Sarawak coastguard, according to Abang Johari

[ad_1] KUCHING: The newly launched Sarawak Coast Guard will work with other maritime agencies to protect the state’s coastal waters from encroachment, especially in classified marine parks, Datuk Abang Johari Openg said. The chief minister said the coast guard area of ​​operations covers Similajau National Park, Tanjung Datu National Park, Talang-Satang National Park, Miri-Sibuti Coral […]

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Norway presents Coastguard helicopter rental plan to compensate for lack of NH90 | News

Norway will lease helicopters for border protection and other coast guard duties after its fleet of NH Industries NH90s failed to meet availability targets. Revealing the decision on March 26, the Oslo Ministry of Defense said that the “gradual build-up and strengthening of the operational capability of the NH90” had proceeded “slower than expected”. Norway’s […]

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Yesterday and Today’s Sea Rescue Celebrated with $ 1.4 Million Coast Guard Vessel

[ad_1] Coastguard Nelson has launched a new $ 1.4 million boat, the Hohapata – Sealord Rescue, combining a state-of-the-art rescue vessel with a celebration of historic sea rescue. The Hohapata – Sealord Rescue was launched on Saturday after a christening ceremony in which Ngāti Koata offered the name of their tÅ«puna, Hohapata Te Kahupuku, who […]

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Assessing the Real Risks of China’s New Coast Guard Law

[ad_1] Since its release in October in draft form, the new Chinese coast guard law has been the subject of dozens of the news and analyzes. Maritime law enforcement legislation seldom attracts such international attention, but in this case it is warranted. For 15 years, the Chinese Coast Guard ruled the country expansion towards the […]

Shipboard

Icebreaker crew face shipboard fire and blackouts while on mission to Antarctica

[ad_1] February 28, 2019 Coast Guard icebreaker crew North Star fought the fire that erupted in the ship’s incinerator compartment on February 10, the latest problem encountered by the crew during their long deployments in Antarctica. After using four extinguishers to try to stop the blaze, it took two hours for the crew to put […]

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Coast Guard cutter crew fights fire on board

Written by sailor log stick An investigator aboard the Coast Guard Cutter Waesche, looks back towards the cutter’s superstructure in the western Pacific Ocean, September 19. (Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Aidan Cooney) The US Coast Guard Waesche (WMSL 751) arrived in Yokosuka, Japan today after battling an onboard engineering fire Sept. […]

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3D printing on board ships spreads around the world – 3DPrint.com

[ad_1] Polar waters, icy environments and seemingly hostile environments make the Arctic one of the most difficult marine environments to work with., especially with regard to ships and marine technology. This complexity demands risk-based designs and frameworks for safe and sustainable technology that can survive in difficult ecosystems. The very harsh sailing conditions in arctic […]

Seaborne

The biggest sea invasion in history

[ad_1] An LCVP (Landing Craft, Vehicle, Personnel) from the USS Samuel Chase, piloted by the US Coast Guard, disembarks troops from Company E, 16th Infantry, 1st Infantry Division (the Big Red One) wading on the Fox Green section of Omaha Beach (Calvados, Lower Normandy Posted on June 6, 2016 at 9:00 p.m. by The maritime […]

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E-Logs and SaaS Set to Transform Record Keeping on U.S. Flag Ships

[ad_1] By Dean Shoultz The United States Coast Guard often appears behind schedule when it comes to crafting rules involving technological advancements on board ships. Often by the time the USCG gets a final rule approved for publication in the Code of Federal Regulations, the technology that that final rule was supposed to address has […]

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Ethane of maritime origin and demand for a new type of vessel

[ad_1] Lloyd’s Register report examines the business landscape, regulatory issues, and technical realities of a new ethane business resulting from increased gas production in the United States – and the technology required for major carriers of gasoline. ‘ethane The US ethane production capacity, as a by-product of the total increase in US gas production, is […]

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Coast Guard considers power aboard ASCO for Reliance and Famous class cutters

[ad_1] BALTIMORE, May 29, 2013. U.S. Coast Guard officials needed power electronics on board the ships for the 210-foot Reliance-class and 270-foot Famous-class cutters. They found their solution with ASCO Power Technologies, a business unit of Emerson Network Power in Florham Park, NJ The Coast Guard Surface Forces Logistics Center in Baltimore recommends several power […]