San Francisco Fleet Week Kicks Off

October 8, 2019 – The 39th annual San Francisco Fleet Week kicked off Oct. 6 as ships arrived bringing U.S. Navy, Marines, and Coastguardsmen together with the city to celebrate the military sea services. This year is expected to be one of the largest San Francisco Fleet Weeks with eight ships and more than 2,300 Sailors, Marines and Coast Guardsman participating. “I would like to thank the San Francisco Fleet Week Association for putting together, what I think to be an amazing week to celebrate Fleet Week right here in San Francisco,”…

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Coast Guard Participates in San Francisco Fleet Week

October 6, 2019 – Coast Guard personnel and assets are scheduled to participate in and conduct maritime safety and security operations for the San Francisco Fleet Week, which is scheduled to kick off Monday with a series of public events, including the arrival of military vessels to the Port of San Francisco. Fleet Week includes a variety of ship tours and static displays from several branches of the Armed Services. The Coast Guard and other governmental agencies are scheduled to participate in Fleet Week events along the San Francisco waterfront.…

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Coast Guard commissions new cutter named after California native in San Pedro

March 22, 2019 – Terrell Horne (WPC-1131), a California-based 154-foot Fast Response Cutter (FRC), was commissioned in San Pedro, Friday. The Terrell Horne is the third FRC to be homeported at Coast Guard Base Los Angeles-Long Beach and will operate throughout the 11th Coast Guard District, which includes all of California and international waters off Mexico and Central America. Senior Chief Petty Officer Terrell Horne III was killed by suspected drug smugglers who intentionally rammed the boat he and fellow Coast Guardsmen were aboard during law-enforcement operations near Santa Cruz…

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Coast Guard signs for newest Coast Guard Fast Response Cutter

October 26, 2018 – The Coast Guard signed for the newest Coast Guard Fast Response Cutter, Terrell Horne, October 25 during a signing ceremony in Key West. Lt. John Beal, commanding officer of Coast Guard Cutter Terrell Horne, signed documents to take possession of the cutter Terrell Horne on behalf of the Coast Guard at the signing ceremony. Members of Coast Guard Sector Key West, cutter Terrell Horne crew and the Horne family attended the ceremony. The cutter Terrell Horne is named after Senior Chief Terrell Horne, who placed himself…

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