Â The line parted, however, and the two remaining fishermen began drifting away, but two of the Cape Horn's crew, Duncan Grant and Thomas Jennings, leaped into the 35-degree water and secured a line around the two. 1965Â Division 12 of Coast Guard Squadron One (RONONE) arrived at Da Nang and Coast Guard Operation Market Time patrolling began. 1866Â The first Commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard, Ellsworth P. Bertholf, was born in New York City.Â He entered the Revenue Cutter Service as a cadet on September 14, 1885 and graduated from the Revenue Cutter School of Instruction with the Class of 1887. "Â This was the first official underway qualifications established for the service. He gained prominence as a trap singer when his song ‘Diles’ caught the attention of DJ Luian of ‘Hear This Music.’ Through ‘Hear This Music,’ Bad Bunny started collaborating with other popular musicians and soon became a well-known artist. 2005Â Hurricane Rita made landfall just east of Sabine Pass, on the Texas-Louisiana line, as a Category 3 hurricane with top sustained winds of 120 mph.Â Coast Guard units, some still in the area from Hurricane Katrina rescue and relief efforts, responded.Â They saved 138 lives and evacuated 53 people. 1967Â The Coast Guard ended its 177-year association with the Treasury Department when it transferred to the newly-created Department of Transportation (DOT).Â DOT was created when President Lyndon Johnson signed Executive Order 167-81.Â The Coast Guard was the largest agency in the new department. 1797Â Congress passed "An Act providing a Naval Armament," empowering the President to "cause the said revenue cutters to be employed to defend the seacoast and to repel any hostility to their vessels and commerce, within their jurisdiction, having due regard to the duty of said cutters in the protection of the revenue. ", 1938Â CGC Bibb returned to Norfolk after a 10-day post-trial run from Norfolk to the Virgin Islands and back again with the Commandant, RADM Russell R. Waesche, aboard.Â During the run Bibb went to the aid of the four-masted schooner Albert F. Paul, which had lost its topsails and was leaking badly.Â The Paul was taken in tow and Bibb proceeded under reduced speed.Â CGC Sebago was contacted by radio and relieved Bibb of the tow.Â During the cruise, "constant communication was maintained between Bibb and Radio Station Fort Hunt, Virginia (NMH).". Â FOL Kotzebue, part of Coast Guard Arctic Shield 2013, consisted of one Kodiak-based MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter with supporting air and ground crews, and was based out of the Alaska Army National Guard Hangar in Kotzebue. 1952Â The Coast Guard released a photograph of unidentified flying object (UFO), taken by a Coast Guard photographer on July 16 at the Salem Coast Guard Air Station. Â The keeper ordered a close watch on the schooner, in case she should signal for assistance. Â As the water was still falling nothing could be done until the flood tide. Â Petty Officer Earley was on liberty and driving along the highway towards the bridge when he noticed several people on the bridge waving their arms. Â. 2015Â The Coast Guard issued a certificate of inspection to the LNG-powered M/V Isla Bella. Â She was the schooner Forest Maid with a crew of seven men bound on a fishing cruise. 2014Â CGC Assateague returned to home port in Apra Harbor, Guam following a six-day exclusive economic zone enforcement patrol. 1941Â President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed an executive order making 2,100 US Coast Guard officers and men available to man four transports, USS Leonard Wood, Hunter Liggett, Joseph T. Dickman, and Wakefield, along with 22 other ships manned by US Navy personnel. 1949Â Aerial ice observation flights by long-range aircraft operated from Argentia, Newfoundland. 1966Â The Coast Guard commissioned LORAN Station Con Son in Vietnam as a critical part of Operation Tight Reign. 1961Â An explosion in the power room of the Stannard Rock Lighthouse killed PO1c William Maxwell, one of the four Coast Guardsmen at the station at that time. 1902Â All but one of the members of the crew of the Monomoy Life-Saving Station perished during the attempted rescue of the crew of the wrecked coal barge Wadena during a terrible winter gale.Â The dead included the keeper of the station, Marshall N. Eldridge, and six of his surfmen.Â Eldridge told his crew before they departed on the rescue that: "We must go, there is a distress flag in the rigging. 1965Â Coast Guard 82-foot patrol boats assigned to Division 12 of Coast Guard Squadron One (RONONE) departed Manila Bay on their own, bound for Vietnam and service with the Navy in Operation Market Time.Â The cutters had been brought to the Philippines "piggy-backed" on board freighters. The governments of Singapore, Indonesia and Malaysia concurred in the request for assistance.Â This incident marked the second time in a year that the Strike Force responded to the request of a foreign government for assistance, the first being a request by the Chilean government to assist after the grounding of VLCC Metula in the Strait of Magellan in August 1974. 1914Â The International Ice Patrol Convention was signed. Marie, Mich., MSST 91106 (New York), Sector Lower Mississippi River, Sector New Orleans, Station Gulfport, and Station Aransas assisted during the three weeks following the bridges collapse. Disturbed by her chaotic family life and the constant arguments between her parents, she immersed herself in music and before long realized that she wanted to be a professional singer. Â The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) requested USCG assistance. 1942Â Coast Guard prewar search and rescue procedure discontinued for security reasons. Â Matters, however, became worse and it was decided to beach the vessel. Work aside, he has been extremely reserved about his private life and also managed to keep his relationship with singer/actress Beyonce Knowles under wraps. 1898Â The American steamer, Toledo with the barge Shawnee in tow, became water-logged 25 miles southwest of the station at Ship Canal, Michigan. Captain Jackson finding a number of blacks on board took possession of the vessel and brought her into St. Mary's, arriving on the 1st instant.Â Captain Jackson found on the Brig about 280 African slaves.Â The Captain and crew, 28 in number, acknowledged themselves Americans."Â. The vessel was a total loss. 1951Â President Harry Truman presented the Collier Trophy to the Coast Guard, the Department of Defense and the "helicopter industry" in a joint award, citing "outstanding development and use of rotary-winged aircraft for air rescue operations. Â Stratton has seized more than 33,000 pounds of cocaine since May 2015. 2009Â Law Enforcement officers from the 14th Coast Guard District reported aboard the USS Crommelin (FFG-37) to support U.S. Coast Guard fisheries enforcement in Oceania in an operation called the "Fight for Fish" mission.Â It marked the first time a Navy warship was utilized "to transit the Western Pacific enforcing fishing regulations in a joint effort with the Coast Guard to stop illegal fishing in this region. Â Her captain maintained she was only a 7-knot vessel and she was anchored about 15 miles out in safe waters. Â AS2 Darren Harrity individually pulled each fisherman more than 250 yards in 57 degree water from their life raft to shore, where they were met by EMS. Anyone living in their path will witness one of the largest naturally occurring broods of insects anywhere—and will hear their deafening buzz. Â The lifesaving crew applied bottles of hot water and resuscitated him. Name: Safe Boat Diesel Stock #: WA5554 Size: 26' x 8'6" Hull: Aluminum USA Registered. Â Using Seneca's flight deck, MSRT members completed 76 vertical insertions and 44 hoists. She also made headlines for her 72 days marriage with basketball player Kris Humphries. OnlyFans star, 26, opens fire on two burglars armed with Uzis who attacked her husband and son. 1971Â President Richard Nixon signed Federal Boat Safety Act of 1971, considered to be the most significant legislation in the long history of federal action in this field. Key Largo was on a routine patrol when the collision happened. 1942Â Two Coast Guard planes located a lifeboat with 13 survivors and landed in open seas and took injured men ashore as others were rescued by lifeboat. Â She proved to be the schooner Joseph F. Baker with a crew of eight persons. "Â The crew of five from the barge also perished.Â The sole survivor, Seth L. Ellis, was the number one surfman of the Monomoy station.Â He was awarded the Gold Lifesaving Medal as was the man who rescued him, Captain Elmer Mayo of the barge Fitzpatrick.Â Â Â. Â Healy conducted their science missions and partnered with the Coast Guard Research and Development Center to evaluate equipment. Â In addition to its seizures, the crew of Bear saved two Nicaraguan fishermen that were stranded at sea for over two weeks. The President made such a finding in 1950 by Executive Order No. Â On October 26, 2015, Campbell honored a former shipmate by conducting a burial at sea ceremony for a retired Coast Guard Chief Quartermaster. "Â The Academy had "recently become the first of the nationâs service schools to contract their food services to a civilian company. 2010Â CGC Alex Haley returned to their homeport of Kodiak after an 80-day deployment to the South Pacific. 2005Â CGC Jarvis returned home after a three-month patrol that opened cooperative international efforts between the U.S. and other nations of the North Pacific heads of coast guard agencies.Â Jarvis engaged in officer exchanges and joint operations with Korean, Japanese and Canadian Coast Guards, the Russian Northern Border Guard and the Chinese Fisheries Enforcement vessel Zhong Guo Yu Zhen. Photo taken today at the Port Aransas jetties. Â Captain Napier and the other man, clinging to the boat, succeeded in righting and bringing it alongside the schooner. 1967Â CGC Point Gammon destroyed an enemy trawler in Vietnam. Â It was located 120 miles west of Dutch Harbor in the Bering Sea. 2001Â The tugboat Swift sank after colliding with the freighter A.V. 762), which prescribed that "the Fifth Auditor of the Treasury, shall continue to superintend the several matters and things connected with the light-houses, beacons, buoys, and public piers, as heretofore, of the United States, and to perform all the duties connected therewith, under the direction of the Secretary of the Treasury, until otherwise ordered by law. Â During World War II, a total of 36 foreign Merchant Marine Details had been activated for the purpose of performing "on-the-spot" services in connection with the preventive aspects of safety of life and property of the US Merchant Marine. Â In ColÃ³n, Panama, Spencerâs boarding teams partnered with the National Aero-Naval Military Service of Panama to conduct a three-day joint boarding of a freighter suspected of smuggling narcotics. L., 423, 424) authorized the Lighthouse Board to use its own discretion in the discontinuance as necessary of such lighthouses as might become useless by reason of changes in commerce, alteration in channels, or other causes. ", 1939Â "The total number of aids to navigation maintained by the Lighthouse Service at the close of the fiscal year was 29,606, a net increase of 849 over the previous year.". Â He reported at the station at once and the vessel was boarded by the life-saving crew within an hour and a half. 1960 Â A United Airlines DC-8 with 83 passengers on board collided with a TWA Super Constellation carrying 42 in the New York City area.Â Coast Guard helicopters, working with the aircraft of the Army, Navy and New York Police Department, transported the injured passengers from the Constellation's wreck on Staten Island to a nearby hospital.Â Coast Guard vessels also searched the New York harbor area.Â The debris they picked up was used by the Civil Aeronautics Board in its determination of the cause of the mishap. He has held the top position for 270 weeks at a stretch. L., 800).Â The act combined the Life-Saving Service and Revenue Cutter Service to form the Coast Guard.Â President Woodrow Wilson signed the act on January 28, 1915.Â, 1961Â During his inaugural parade, President John F. Kennedy noticed that there were no African-Americans in the Coast Guard Academy cadet unit marching in the parade. Â The cutter worked directly with federal and international partners at JIATF-S and the Coast Guard Seventh District to combat transnational organized crime networks operating in the Caribbean Basin. 1755/57Â Alexander Hamilton, the first Secretary of the U.S. Treasury and the "father" of the U.S. Coast Guard, was born on this day in either 1755 or 1757 in the town of Nevis, British West Indies. Â No injuries were reported. Â Heavy automatic weapons fire from the beach prevented the boarding and two crew and one Army passenger were wounded aboard Point Grey.Â CGC Point Cypress and U.S. Navy units came to assist.Â During the encounter the trawler exploded.Â U.S. Navy salvage teams recovered a substantial amount of war material from the sunken vessel.Â This incident was the largest, single known infiltration attempt since the Vung Ro Bay incident of February 1965 and was the first "suspicious trawler interdicted by a Market Time unit. Â This consolidation made in the interest of efficiency and economy, will result in the transfer to and consolidation with the Coast Guard of the system of approximately 30,000 aids to navigation (including light vessels and lighthouses) maintained by the Lighthouse Service on the sea and lake coasts of the United States, on the rivers of the United States, and on the coasts of all other territory under the jurisdiction of the United States with the exception of the Philippine Island and Panama Canal proper." 1942Â The Commander-in-Chief, U.S. Fleet ordered the organization of coastal pickets to combat the "submarine menace" off the Atlantic Coast.Â The hodge-podge fleet of primarily small private recreational craft taken into government service under Coast Guard direction became known as the "Corsair Fleet. Â During that time, Healy's crew of 88 successfully conducted three science missions and one Coast Guard mission to further the nationâs scientific knowledge of the Arctic. While underway, on June 16 and July 18, 2015, Stratton seized two separate self-propelled semi-submersible (SPSS) vessels carrying a total of 22,345 pounds of cocaine in the Eastern Pacific Ocean. Â The crews aboard the various vessels conducted the Coast Guardâs statutory missions while providing an operational presence and command and control capability in an area where the Coast Guard lacked the permanent infrastructure of a coastal sector. 2003Â CGC Boutwell departed Alameda in preparation for supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom.Â The cutter began operations in the Arabian Gulf on February 14, 2003.Â Prior to the start of Operation Iraqi Freedom, her crew conducted maritime interception boardings to enforce U.N. sanctions against Iraq.Â At the outbreak of hostilities and throughout the conflict, she operated in the strategically critical and politically sensitive Khawr Abd Allah and Shaat Al Arab Waterways, providing force protection to the massive coalition fleet, securing Iraqi oil terminals, and preventing the movement of weapons, personnel, or equipment by Saddam Hussein's regime or other guerilla or terrorist forces. 1903Â An Act of Congress (31 Stat. 1963Â CGC Morris and CG-95318 escorted the annual Newport Harbor, California to Ensenada, Mexico Yacht Race which commenced May 4, 1963 and upon conclusion of the race made an informal visit to Ensenada. 1953Â A great boon to ocean navigation for aircraft surface vessels was the completion of four new LORAN stations in the Far East.Â The stations were built at Mikayo Jima, Ryuku Islands; Bataan and Cantanduanes Islands, Philippines; and Anguar, Palau Island in the Carolinas chain.Â. âI am inspired daily by the tenacity and professionalism of this crew,â said Cmdr. 1950Â Congress enacted Public Law 679, which charged the Coast Guard with the function of port security. Â These exercises included shipboard emergency response, navigation proficiency, and live-fire gunnery exercises. 1999Â The Coast Guard "kept the peace" when the Makah Indian tribe hunted and killed a gray whale in Neah Bay, Washington.Â The Makah were guaranteed the right to hunt whales in their 1855 treaty with the U.S. 1920Â Coast Guard officers and enlisted personnel were granted the same pay, allowances and increases as the Navy. Â The life-saving crew noticed several vessels running north for safety under bare poles and two of them made safely into the harbor. 1882Â The Treasury Department reported that the crew of the cutter Oliver Wolcott deserted their ship.Â No reason was given for this mass desertion. 2002Â President George W. Bush signed into law a bill that created the Department of Homeland Security, the largest reorganization of the federal government in fifty years.Â The Coast Guard was one of a number of agencies that transferred to the new Department; the transfer was scheduled to go into effect on March 1, 2003. 2015Â CGC Alex Haley returned to Kodiak, Alaska, following a successful 70-day deployment patrolling more than 10,800 miles throughout the Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands. 1933Â The Coast Guard reported that during its existence, from January 28, 1915 through the end of the Fiscal Year (June 30) of 1933 the service had eitherÂ "rescued from peril" or "saved" the lives of 60,982 persons and the value of vessels and cargoes the Coast Guard saved or assisted was $659,632,287 (CGM, April, 1934, p. 28). Valiant increased Coast Guard presence along the northern coasts of Haiti, Dominican Republic, Cuba, and the Windward Passage, working to prevent an anticipated surge of illegal immigration and human smuggling amidst the COVID-19 global pandemic. Â A Charleston newspaper reported, "Between the hours of ten and eleven yesterday forenoon, a most awful explosion took place in this harbor, on board the Revenue schooner GALLATIN, commanded by Capt. Â In addition, due to a rainwater shortage on the island, the crew also used the cutterâs potable water reserves to fill nearly 100 containers with fresh drinking water. Â Following the initial search of a suspect vessel by a boarding team from USS Kauffman, HMCS Goose Bay was tasked to conduct an additional inspection. 2010Â The Deepwater Horizon oil rig located more than 50 miles southeast of Venice, Louisiana, suffered massive explosions killing 11 and injuring 16 of its 126 person crew. Â Over 500 died and thousands were injured. 1836Â Seminole Indians attacked and burned the Cape Florida lighthouse during the Second Seminole War. 1950Â Congress approved the Uniform Code of Military Justice for the "government of the armed forces of the United States.". 1995Â A rental truck filled with explosives blew up half of the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. 1953Â When the 6,000 ton ore carrier SS Maryland grounded off Marquette, Michigan, a Coast Guard helicopter, in the face of driving wind and rain that required the combined efforts of both pilots to hold the controls and stabilize the aircraft, removed 12 crew members to safety. She was out from Saint John, NB and bound for New York with a cargo of lumber and a crew of four persons. 1941Â The Coast Guard was charged by Congress with enforcing a law to protect war-lanes in Alaskan waters. Â The vessel jettisoned bales of contraband into the ocean and refused to comply with instructions. 1820Â U.S. newspapers began reporting that the Revenue Cutter Louisiana captured four pirate vessels during a cruise the previous month.Â Revenue Cutter Captain Loomis was quoted as writing: "I arrived here [Belize] after a short cruise of 20 days on the 17th [of July, 1820].Â I have succeeded in taking four more Pirates, which I have now in confinementâ¦I have about $4,000 worth of dry goods which they have robbed and were endeavoring to smuggle into the United States.Â They have some negroes which had landed but have been followed and taken.Â I took these fellows 250 miles to the Westward of this River.". 2015Â CGC Mellon returned to its homeport of Seattle, Washington, following a 14-week patrol that covered nearly 20,000 miles of the North Pacific Ocean. Â An RB-M was dispatched from Sector Key West to intercept the vessel, with a smaller special purpose boat capable of making shallow water pick-ups following the RB-M to the scene. She began to struggle violently and dragged him under. 1893Â Secretary of Treasury was authorized to define and establish anchorage grounds for vessels in harbor of Chicago and adjacent waters of Lake Michigan. Â Rush departed in July 2014 and spent two months conducting operations in the Central and Western Pacific. 1982Â Coast Guard 8th District units responded to the flooding of the Calcasieu River near Lake Charles, Louisiana.Â Up river Coast Guard boats searched daily for stranded people and domestic animals.Â Downriver COTP Port Arthur and Marine Safety Detachment Lake Charles wrestled with the problem of strong currents and four run-away barges that destroyed one bridge and threatened two others. 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