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A barge sits almost vertical in the upper Houston Ship Channel with a boom surrounding it after it became submerged around 5 a.m. Monday, Oct. 19, 2015. Coast Guard Vessel Traffic Service Houston received a radio call from a good Samaritan who saw the ve.
Coast Guard wants to raise marine casualty damage threshold
Dale K. DuPont
The Coast Guard cutter Polar Star, with 75,000 hp and its 13,500-ton weight, broke through Antarctic ice en route to the National Science Foundation's McMurdo Station. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Chief Petty Officer David Mosley.
Photos: Coast Guard cutter arrives in Antarctica
PORT LOUIS, Mauritius (March 10, 2014) The guided-missile destroyer USS Nitze (DDG 94) pulls alongside a tugboat as the ship prepares to moor for a scheduled port visit. Nitze is on a scheduled deployment supporting maritime security operations and theat.
Finding the Coast Guard, 9,455 miles from home
The Port of Wilmington, N.C., where Coast Guard inspectors discovered evidence of pollution from the Liberian-flagged Ocean Hope. N.C. Ports photo.
Operators fined $2.7 million in N.C. ‘magic pipe’ case
A close-up view of the El Faro's navigation bridge taken by the Navy ROV CURV-21. NTSB photo.
Coast Guard schedules final El Faro hearing
A digital selective calling VHF-FM marine-band radio. Coast Guard photo.
Coming to your next VHF: new channel numbers
Eastern Shipbuilding's Allanton Road shipyard in Panama City, Fla. Eastern Shipbuilding photo.
Former Coast Guard commandant joins Eastern Shipbuilding
The fishing vessel Lady Gudny drifts unmanned in heavy seas after becoming dead in the water due to fuel problems 230 miles east-southeast of Kodiak, Alaska, Jan. 6, 2017. A Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak MH-60T Jayhawk crew hoisted four people from the .
Video: Commercial tug tows CG cutter after recovery gone wrong
A cadet on the Polish Navy training ship Iskra uses a bosun's chair. Creative Commons photo by Żeglarz.
When everything went wrong — and nothing had to
The Washington State Ferry Tokitae. WSF photo.
$9,500 fine for Washington State Ferry laser strike
In the summer, the Chicago River is clogged with a mix of recreational boats, kayakers and commercial vessels. Wendella Sightseeing photo.
Waterway congestion needs a master plan
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