Marine Safety Service

Marine Safety Service Inter-Agency Training Academy and Response teams. Training and deployed by SAR, USCG, U.S. military, Fire, EMS and Police teams from around the country.
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Marine Safety Service began as a maritime es**rt and training unit for NYC Parks sponsored events in New York Harbor. After 9/11 it became the training division for the Search & Rescue Foundation deploying training and response teams throughout the U.S. and most notably the inflatable boat teams with the 3rd Brigade 82nd Airborne in Response to Hurricane Katrina. Aside from mass inflatable boat teams and small boat raining, the Marine Safety Service operates Side Scan Sonar and remotely operated vehicle teams (ROV) in conjunction with the USCG.

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Navy destroyer that took the initiative to stop a massive Japanese attack during World War II found at 20,000 feet below...
04/05/2021
Divers discover World War II Navy ship

Navy destroyer that took the initiative to stop a massive Japanese attack during World War II found at 20,000 feet below the surface -

Divers discover World War II Navy ship.

Report to Congress on Coast Guard Cutter Procurement - USNI News
04/05/2021
Report to Congress on Coast Guard Cutter Procurement - USNI News

Report to Congress on Coast Guard Cutter Procurement - USNI News

The following is the March 31, 2021 Congressional Research Service report, Coast Guard Cutter Procurement: Background and Issues for Congress. The Coast Guard’s program of record (POR), which dates to 2004, calls for procuring 8 National Security Cutters (NSCs), 25 Offshore Patrol Cutters (OPCs), ...

Tsunami Research - An atmospheric inertia-gravity wave is a wave of air that can run from 6 to 60 miles long that is cre...
04/04/2021
New Study Shows Promise of Forecasting Meteotsunamis – Homeland Security Today

Tsunami Research - An atmospheric inertia-gravity wave is a wave of air that can run from 6 to 60 miles long that is created when a mass of stable air is displaced by an air mass with significantly different pressure. This sets in motion a wave of air with rising and falling pressure that can influence the water below, as it synchronizes with water movement on the lake’s surface like two singers harmonizing.

On the afternoon of April 13, 2018, a large wave of water surged across Lake Michigan and flooded the shores of the picturesque beach town of Ludington, Michigan, damaging homes and boat docks, and flooding intake pipes. Thanks to a local citizen’s photos and other data, NOAA scientists reconstruc...

Marine courses center
04/04/2021

Marine courses center

Everything you want to know about Knots tutorial

U.S. Navy beefs up its Red Sea presence
04/04/2021
U.S. Navy beefs up its Red Sea presence

U.S. Navy beefs up its Red Sea presence

The U.S. Navy aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69), flagship of the Eisenhower Carrier Strike Group (IKE CSG), along with guided-missile cruiser USS Monterey (CG 61) and guided-missile destroyers USS Mitscher (DDG 57) and USS Thomas Hudner (DDG 116), completed a southbound Suez Canal t...

Water Rescue: Principles and Practice to NFPA 1006 and 1670: Surface, Swiftwater, Dive, Ice, Surf, and Flood, Third Edit...
04/04/2021

Water Rescue: Principles and Practice to NFPA 1006 and 1670: Surface, Swiftwater, Dive, Ice, Surf, and Flood, Third Edition is available now! View a free sample chapter or place your order today: https://hubs.ly/H0HLc_90

U.S. Coast Guard rescues boaters from sinking vessel - Magnolia State Live
04/03/2021
U.S. Coast Guard rescues boaters from sinking vessel - Magnolia State Live

U.S. Coast Guard rescues boaters from sinking vessel - Magnolia State Live

The Coast Guard medevaced two mariners Thursday from a vessel taking on water near Lake Pontchartrain in Louisiana. Coast Guard Sector New Orleans watchstanders received a report from a good samaritan at 11:47 a.m., reporting a half-submerged 20-foot recreational vessel taking on water with two mari...

U.S. Coast Guard ships depart Puerto Rico on mission to strengthen Trans-Atlantic ties
04/03/2021
U.S. Coast Guard ships depart Puerto Rico on mission to strengthen Trans-Atlantic ties

U.S. Coast Guard ships depart Puerto Rico on mission to strengthen Trans-Atlantic ties

ATLANTIC OCEAN — The Legend-class national security cutter USCGC Hamilton (WMSL 753) with the Sentinel-class fast response cutters USCGC Charles Moulthrope (WPC 1141) and USCGC Robert Goldman (WPC 1142) departed Puerto Rico to transit the North Atlantic to Europe, Thursday, April 1, 2021.

Marine Rescue -Foster city, California USA 🇺🇸 Five kite surfers rescued by fire departments Marine division
04/03/2021
4 Kitesurfers Rescued From Chilly Foster City Waters

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Foster city, California USA 🇺🇸
Five kite surfers rescued by fire departments Marine division

Four kitesurfers needed the assistance of fire and rescue squads after becoming stranded in the water in Foster City Friday evening.

The Mozambique Channel is the Next Security Hotspot – Homeland Security Today
04/03/2021
The Mozambique Channel is the Next Security Hotspot – Homeland Security Today

The Mozambique Channel is the Next Security Hotspot – Homeland Security Today

The waters off Mozambique are becoming a major new security hotspot in the Indian Ocean. An Islamist insurrection in northern Mozambique that the government seems powerless to suppress has also increasingly led to disruption in the Mozambique Channel, a key global shipping route. The Quad countries....

USCG Medal of Honor • Looking backwards...........In the entire history of the U.S. Coast Guard, there has been only one...
04/03/2021
Leading with Character: Devotion to Duty – Homeland Security Today

USCG Medal of Honor
• Looking backwards...........
In the entire history of the U.S. Coast Guard, there has been only one recipient of the Medal of Honor. This week, we remember and honor Signalman First Class Douglas Munro as an exemplar of devotion to duty.

Petty Officer Munro was awarded the Medal of Honor posthumously for heroism during World War II. Unbeknownst to many, the Coast Guard participated across the Pacific and Atlantic theaters, from the shores of Guadalcanal to the beaches of Normandy, as part of the Navy during World War II. Petty Officer Munro oversaw a group of small, armed landing craft assigned to deliver and recover Marines to and from the beach in the battle of Guadalcanal.

https://www.hstoday.us/subject-matter-areas/maritime-security/leading-with-character-devotion-to-duty/

In 1994, then-Commandant Admiral Robert Kramek approved and implemented the Coast Guard’s Core Values: Honor, Respect, Devotion to Duty. Today, every member of the Coast Guard is expected to internalize and live by those powerful core values. This week completes our exploration of the core values ...

“There’s clearly a systemic problem with the United States Marine Corps: They do not have a culture of safety,” said Rep...
04/03/2021
'Fire the generals' — Who is to blame for the Marine Corps’ deadliest training accident in decades

“There’s clearly a systemic problem with the United States Marine Corps: They do not have a culture of safety,” said Rep. John Garamendi (D-Calif.), the chair of the House Armed Services Subcommittee on Readiness. “And throughout the entire Department of Defense, there is insufficient attention to the maintenance of the vehicles and the airplanes.”

'The solution is to fire the generals.'

Somos Rescatistas
04/02/2021

Somos Rescatistas

Todo es importante en un equipo de buceo, algo que te falte puede costarte la vida. Pero lo más importante es tener suficiente aire en el o los tanques de aire como para sumergirte y volver a la superficie teniendo en cuenta la profundidad a la que llegarás, el tiempo que estés a esa profundidad y el tiempo que necesites para hacer las paradas de descompresión conforme subas. Un mal cálculo puede ser fatal. Cada inmersión es diferente así que en cada ocasión el cálculo será diferente.

El equipo de buceo es importante por varias razones.

El regulador y el tanque te permiten respirar bajo el agua...

El chaleco compensador y el lastre te permiten regular tu flotabilidad...

El traje de neopreno te protege de la temperatura del agua y del contacto con corales, rocas, etc...

La máscara protege tus ojos y te permite la visión bajo el agua...

Las aletas te impulsan...

La lámpara de buceo proporciona iluminación...

En fin, si vas a practicar algo complejo como sumergirte en las profundidades no debes tomarlo a la ligera, deber planificar, preparar y entrenar.

#SomosRescatistas

Coast Guard Honors SN Theodore Noah S. Kirkbride and HS2 Cole P. Olvera as 2020 Enlisted Persons of the Year – Homeland ...
04/02/2021
Coast Guard Honors SN Theodore Noah S. Kirkbride and HS2 Cole P. Olvera as 2020 Enlisted Persons of the Year – Homeland Security Today

Coast Guard Honors SN Theodore Noah S. Kirkbride and HS2 Cole P. Olvera as 2020 Enlisted Persons of the Year – Homeland Security Today

The U.S. Coast Guard has honored SN Theodore Noah S. Kirkbride of USCG Station Maui as the 2020 Enlisted Person of the Year – Active Duty Component and HS2 Cole P. Olvera of USCG Port Security Unit 311 as the 2020 Enlisted Person of the Year – Reserve Component.

Women in RDT&E and Innovation Help Drive Coast Guard Mission Success – Homeland Security Today
04/01/2021
Women in RDT&E and Innovation Help Drive Coast Guard Mission Success – Homeland Security Today

Women in RDT&E and Innovation Help Drive Coast Guard Mission Success – Homeland Security Today

Women’s History Month serves as a reminder of the many contributions and strengths women bring to the Coast Guard. Women in the Coast Guard Research, Development, Test & Evaluation (RDT&E) and Innovation Program, which includes the Research and Development Center (RDC), Blue Technology Center of E...

Helicopter - USCG With new icebreakers on the way, the U.S. Coast Guard is sending big MH-60T Jayhawk helicopters to sea...
04/01/2021
Big Coast Guard Choppers Go To Sea As America Eyes New Polar Challenges

Helicopter - USCG With new icebreakers on the way, the U.S. Coast Guard is sending big MH-60T Jayhawk helicopters to sea. It is taking the first steps towards re-constituting a long-lost polar logistical support capability that it shed in 2005, when Coast Guard leaders disestablished the Helicopter Icebreaker Support Unit, better known as the Coast Guard Polar Operations Division (POPDIV).

With new icebreakers on the way, the U.S. Coast Guard is sending big MH-60T Jayhawks to sea, taking the first steps towards re-constituting a long-lost Polar logistical support capability that America shed in 2005.

04/01/2021
National Drowning Prevention Alliance

Drowning - U.S. drowning takes an average of 3,500-4,000 lives per year. That is an average of 10 fatal drownings per day.
Via Gerry Dworkin

In the U.S. drowning takes an average of 3,500-4,000 lives per year. That is an average of 10 fatal drownings per day.

Drowning is the leading cause of unintentional injury related death for children ages 1-4. Drowning remains in the top 5 causes of unintentional injury related death from birth to 54 years old.

There is a lot of work to be done to bring these numbers down.

United, we can do it!

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Marine Safety Service began as a maritime escort and training unit for NYC Parks sponsored events in New York Harbor. After 9/11 it became the training division for the Search & Rescue Foundation deploying training and response teams throughout the U.S. and most notably the inflatable boat teams with the 3rd Brigade 82nd Airborne in Response to Hurricane Katrina. Aside from mass inflatable boat teams and small boat raining, the Marine Safety Service operates Side Scan Sonar and remotely operated vehicle teams (ROV) in conjunction with the USCG.

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This week we had privilege to train the dedicated and talented staff of the Montana Department of Transportation on their new SONAR EMILY system for bridge inspection.
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Kind of a weird question for the group: How many agencies that cover open water, have windmills in their response areas ? And what type of problems do they give you with your RADAR on your boats ? We currently have them on shore, within 200 feet, but there is a proposal to install them on Lake Erie and Im wondering if they create problems for your agencies. Thanks !
We share the seas with Beluga whales. Good throwing arm helps.