Alex Haley Returns to Kodiak from Bering Sea Patrol

Coast Guard Cutter Alex Haley returned to homeport on Tuesday, March 29, 2022, following a 35-day winter Bering Sea patrol in which they conducted domestic fisheries enforcement, responded to search and rescue cases, and performed at-sea medical evacuations from the Bering Sea fishing fleet. While deployed, crews of the Alex Haley and embarked MH-65 helicopter from Coast Guard Air Station…

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Midgett Returns From Three Month Alaska Patrol

Coast Guard Cutter Midgett returned to homeport in Honolulu, Hawaii, Friday after a three-month long Bering Sea patrol. The crew of the Midgett enforced federal laws and regulations in the U.S. Exclusive Economic Zone near Alaska’s Aleutian Islands chain. They played a strategic role in protecting the nation’s critical marine resources, enforcing fisheries and safety regulations, and were forward positioned…

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Pacific Fleet Completed the Northern Delivery of Fuel

In the Pacific Fleet, the northern expeditionary delivery of fuel and fuels and lubricants to remote units, posts and lighthouses of the Troops and Forces in the North-East of Russia has been fully completed. More than 10.5 thousand tons of fuels and lubricants for weapons, machinery and equipment, as well as 12 thousand tons of coal for the operation of…

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USCGC Stratton returns from 105-day deployment

June 11, 2021 – Coast Guard Cutter Stratton (WMSL 752) returned to Alameda Friday following a combined 105-day deployment to Alaska and their biannual shipboard training off the coast of San Diego. Stratton’s crew, along with an embarked MH-65 helicopter aircrew from Air Station Kodiak, patrolled the Bering Sea up to the Arctic’s ice edge. While deployed, they conducted two…

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USCGC Douglas Munro Completes Final Patrol

March 16, 2021 – Coast Guard Cutter Douglas Munro, the service’s last operational 378’ high endurance cutter, returned home to Kodiak, Alaska on Saturday, following a 49-day deployment in the Bering Sea. While deployed, the crew of the Douglas Munro, and its embarked MH-65 helicopter aviation detachment from Air Station Kodiak, safeguarded the $13.9 billion Alaskan fishing industry and provided…

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Long-Range Flights by Russian Navy Tu-142s

September 15, 2020 (Google Translation) – Today, long-range anti-submarine aircraft Tu-142 of the naval aviation of the Russian Navy have performed scheduled flights over the neutral waters of the Bering and Black Seas. The duration of the flights was about 6 and 10 hours, respectively. At some stages of the route over the Bering Sea, Tu-142 aircraft were accompanied by…

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