The four were stuck on a sandbar in a canyon on the Skokomish River and hoisted out by Navy helicopter.
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Representative Duncan Hunter, R-California, says the Coast Guard needs to be more aggressive in asking for needed Arctic resources.
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From USN Public Affairs
The Colombian Officers got a tour of Naval Station Everett.
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Captain Edward "Alan" Shrader took command in a formal Change of Command ceremony on Sept. 9.
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The first element of Patrol Squadron (VP) 4 returned from deployment Sept. 2, but not to Hawaii.
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Rear Adm. Gary Mayes assumed command in a ceremony on Aug. 31.
Read details and see the photo HERE.
A new pier will appear to support Bangor submarine security. Read more HERE.
This medevac was conducted on Mount Stuart, in North Central Washington
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Source: USN Public Affairs
It's the icebreaker Healy, a Council-sponsored unit based in Seattle and now underway in the Arctic.
Source: USCG Public Affairs
It's a STEM outreach program.
The Lake Washington & Everett Council of the Navy League of US espouses to NLUS's four goals:
Educate national leaders and the nation * Support the men and women of the sea services
Provide assistance to sea service families * Support youth programs
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