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US COAST GUARD MARINE SAFETY

US COAST GUARD MARINE SAFETY

Kahuku, HI (Nov.13, 1998) -- Lt. Nick Caron, commercial fishing vessel safetey coordinator for the Fourteenth District, works to free fishing net entangled in coral near Kahuku Point on the north shore of Oahu.... More

COAST GUARD CEREMONIES
COAST GUARD PEOPLE

COAST GUARD PEOPLE

Sand Island, HI (July 31) -- Portrait of 14th Coast Guard District Commander Rear Adm. Joseph J. McClelland, Jr. USCG photo by PA3 Sarah Foster-Snell

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

Honolulu, HI (Aug. 15) -- Diamond Head Lighthouse at sunset. USCG photo by PA3 JACQUELYN ZETTLES

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9) -- Coast Guard Cutter Walnut (WLB 205) deck crew paints the 18,000-lb. Hotel buoy. After eight hours of labor which included surfacing, painting, replacing two-60-lb. batteries and solar p... More

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9 ) --Amidst a pile of buoy chain, Seaman Apprentice Charles Helms, Seaman Bill Nolen and Seaman Cannon Schider-Heisel, Coast Guard Walnut (WLB), fake more than 800-feet of chain for the 18,0... More

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9 ) -- Using a pneumatic air drill, SN Nolan, BM1 Mike Pollack and SN Bryan Brebe, CGC Walnut, work together to gripe down the 18,000-lb. Hotel buoy's "tail." Serviced bi-annually, the 35-... More

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9) -- Coast Guard Cutter Walnut (WLB 205) deck crew begin to service the 18,000-lb. Hotel buoy. After eight hours of labor which included surfacing, painting, replacing two-60-lb. batteries a... More

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9 ) -- SN Bill Nolen grimaces while trying to steady an anvil while a hammer pounds a heated pin on Hotel buoy's chain shackle (heat and beat). Serviced bi-annually, the 35-ft. safewater buo... More

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9 ) -- SN Derrick Denman and SN Bill Nolan, Coast Guard Cutter Walnut (WLB 205) deck crew, fakes more than 400 feet of 1-1/2-inch chains from the 18,000-lb Hotel buoy off Honolulu. Serviced b... More

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9) -- A Coast Guard Cutter Walnut (WLB 205) deck crew member removes a split key out with vice grips while another hammers off marine growth from crusted chain. After eight hours of labor whi... More

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9 ) -- More than 400 feet of chain drag from the Coast Guard Cutter Walnut's (WLB 205) buoy deck into Honolulu waters while setting the18,000-lb. Hotel buoy. After eight hours of labor which ... More

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9) -- Coast Guard Cutter Walnut (WLB 205) deck crewmembers rejoice after setting" the 18,000-lb. Hotel buoy. After eight hours of labor which included surfacing, painting, replacing two 60-lb... More

AIDS TO NAVIGATION ( FOR RELEASE)

AIDS TO NAVIGATION ( FOR RELEASE)

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9 ) -- SN Brian Grebe, Coast Guard Cutter Walnut (WLB 205), uses a blow torch to heat the pin on a buoy chain shackle. Serviced bi-annually, the 35-ft. safewater buoy is the largest in the Ha... More

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9) -- BM3 John Bannon, Coast Guard Walnut (WLB), surfaces the 18,00-lb. Hotel buoy after it was "picked" from Honolulu Harbor. After eight hours of labor which included surfacing, painting, r... More

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9 ) -- SN Brian Grebe, Coast Guard Cutter Walnut (WLB 205), uses a blow torch to heat the pin on a buoy chain shackle. Serviced bi-annually, the 35-ft. safewater buoy is the largest in the Ha... More

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9 ) -- SN Bill Nolen grimaces while trying to steady an anvil while a hammer pounds a heated pin on Hotel buoy's chain shackle (heat and beat). Serviced bi-annually, the 35-ft. safewater buo... More

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9 ) -- HS1 Phil Roy and Seaman Cannon Scheider Heisel remove the mooring bridle from the 18,000-lb. Hotel buoy. Serviced bi-annually, the 35-ft. safewater buoy is the largest in the Hawaiian ... More

COAST GUARD PEOPLE

COAST GUARD PEOPLE

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9) -- SN Byan Grebe uses a blow torch to cut the pin on a "heat and beat" shackle from the 18,000-lb. Hotel buoy. After eight hours of labor which included surfacing, painting, replacing two-... More

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9) -- CWO2 Matt Wheeler, Coast Guard Cutter Walnut (WLB 205), passes the cage line onto the 18,000-lb. Hotel buoy's "head." A boat hook from a crew member below helps secure the cage line t... More

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9) -- Coast Guard Cutter Walnut (WLB 205) deck crew service the 18,000-lb. Hotel buoy. After eight hours of labor which included surfacing, painting, replacing two-60-lb. batteries and solar ... More

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9 ) -- Coast Guard Cutter Walnut (WLB 205) deck crewmembers work to service the 18,000-lb Hotel buoy. After eight hours of labor which included surfacing, painting, replacing two 60-lb. batte... More

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9) -- Coast Guard Cutter Walnut (WLB 205) deck crew prepare to "pick" the 18,000-lb. Hotel buoy by bringing it alongside with the cage line. Serviced bi-annually, the 35-ft. safewater buoy i... More

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9 ) -- SN Bill Nolen steadies the anvil for SN Brian Grebe, Coast Guard Cutter Walnut (WLB 205), who uses a blow torch to heat the pin on a buoy chain shackle. Serviced bi-annually, the 35-ft... More

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9 ) -- SN Bill Nolen steadies the anvil while SN Brian Grebe, Coast Guard Cutter Walnut (WLB 205), uses a blow torch to heat the pin on a buoy chain shackle. Serviced bi-annually, the 35-ft. ... More

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9 ) -- BM1 Mike Pollack, Coast Guard Cutter Walnut (WLB 205), uses a blacksmith hammer to remove shackle pins from the 18,000-lb. Hotel buoy mooring bridle. Serviced bi-annually, the 35-ft. ... More

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9 ) -- BM3 Boden Pedrus, Coast Guard Cutter Walnut (WLB 205), tends the cage line to help guide the 18,000-lb. hoisted Hotel buoy onto the cutter's deck. Serviced bi-annually, the 35-ft. saf... More

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9 ) -- BM3 John Bannon and BM1 Mike Pollack replaces the safewater top-mark assembly of the 18,000-lb. Hotel buoy off Honolulu Harbor. Serviced bi-annually, the 35-ft. safewater buoy is the l... More

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9 ) -- SN Bryan Grebe, CGC Walnut, uses 1/2-inch alloy chain to secure the 18,000-lb. Hotel buoy on the cutter's deck. Serviced bi-annually, the 35-ft. safewater buoy is the largest in the Ha... More

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9 ) -- Crusted chain from the 18,000-lb. Hotel buoy frame cutter Walnut (WLB 205) deck crew member Seaman Derrick Denman. Serviced bi-annually, the 35-ft. safewater buoy is the largest in the... More

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9) -- BM3 John Bannon, Coast Guard Cutter Walnut (WLB 205), feeds a tag line sling through the Hotel buoy's bale to help guide it on the cutter's deck. Serviced bi-annually, the 35-ft. safe... More

COAST GUARD PEOPLE

COAST GUARD PEOPLE

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9 ) -- SN Derrick Denman, Coast Guard Cutter Walnut (WLB 205), makes off a cross-deck line that was used to guide the 18,000-lb Hotel buoy off Honolulu. Serviced bi-annually, the 35-ft. safew... More

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9) -- SN Bill Nolen. Coast Guard Cutter Walnut (WLB 205), surfaces the 18,00-lb. Hotel buoy after it was "picked" from Honolulu Harbor. After eight hours of labor which included surfacing, pa... More

COAST GUARD PEOPLE

COAST GUARD PEOPLE

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9 ) -- DC1 Tim Wilcox, Coast Guard Cutter Walnut (WLB 205), welds an awning frame on the cutter stern. USCG photo by PA2 Sarah Foster-Snell

COAST GUARD PEOPLE

COAST GUARD PEOPLE

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9) -- FN Travis William, Coast Guard Cutter Walnut (WLB 205), measures a long pipe to be cut for an awning frame. USCG photo by PA2 Sarah Foster-Snell

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9 ) -- Coast Guard Cutter Walnut's (WLB 205) deck crew members put the finishing touches on the 18,000-lb. Hotel buoy. After eight hours of labor which included surfacing, painting, replacing... More

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9) -- Photo of the H (Hotel) buoy located one mile off Honolulu Harbor. This 18,000-lb. safewater buoy has a bi-annual maintenance schedule and is the largest buoy (9-ft. X 35-ft.) in the Ha... More

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9) -- BM1 Mike Pollack and BM3 Boden Pedrus, Coast Guard Cutter Walnut (WLB 205) replaces the safewater top-mark assembly on the 18,000-lb. Hotel buoy. After eight hours of labor which includ... More

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9) -- CWO2 Matt Wheeler, Coast Guard Cutter Walnut (WLB 205), passes the cage line onto the 18,000-lb. Hotel buoy's "head." A boat hook from a crew member below helps secure the cage line t... More

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9 ) -- BM3 Boden Pedrus, CGC Walnut, tends the cage line to help guide the 18,000-lb. hoisted Hotel buoy onto the cutter's deck. Serviced bi-annually, the 35-ft. safewater buoy is the largest... More

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9) --- BM1 Mike Pollack, Coast Guard Cutter Walnut (WLB 205), uses a pin hammer to remove shackle pins from the 18,000-lb. Hotel buoy chain. After eight hours of labor which included surfacin... More

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9 ) -- Coast Guard Cutter Walnut (WLB 205) deck crewmembers work to service the18,000-lb Hotel buoy. After eight hours of labor which included surfacing, painting, replacing two-60-lb. batter... More

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

AIDS TO NAVIGATION

Honolulu, HI (Dec. 9 ) -- SN Derrick Denman and SN Bryan Grebe reconnect the bridle on the 18,000-lb. Hotel buoy. Serviced bi-annually, the 35-ft. safewater buoy is the largest in the Hawaiian Islands. USCG pho... More

COAST GUARD EQUIPMENT

COAST GUARD EQUIPMENT

Sand Island, HI (Jan. 27) -- SA Willian Defelice splices a manila line attached to a stokes litter. Marlinspike Seamanship is a general term that covers all line work which includes the care, handling and the k... More

COAST GUARD EQUIPMENT

COAST GUARD EQUIPMENT

Sand Island, HI (Jan. 27) -- SA Willian Defelice splices a manila line attached to a stokes litter. Marlinspike Seamanship is a general term that covers all line work which includes the care, handling and the k... More

COAST GUARD DISTRICT

COAST GUARD DISTRICT

Honolulu Harbor, HI (Jan. 27) -- Launch coxswain QM2 Jeff Benjamin's lifejacket frames the famed Hawaii landmark, the Aloha Tower. The 14th District's area of responsibility covers more than 2 million square mi... More

SECRETARY OF TRANSPORTATION NORMAN Y. MINETA

SECRETARY OF TRANSPORTATION NORMAN Y. MINETA

WASHINGTON, D.C. (May 17)--Norman Y. Mineta became the 14th U.S. Secretary of Transportation on January 25, 2001. In nominating him, President Bush said, "Norm made a reputation in the halls of Congress as som... More

'Task Force Rugged', Afghanistan

'Task Force Rugged', Afghanistan

Sgt. Renner (571st Sapper Company, 14th Engineer Battalion) scans his sector during a brief halt in route clearance operations in northern Helmand province. 571st Sapper company is a part of 14th Combat Enginee... More

City of Newburyport designated "A Coast Guard City"

City of Newburyport designated "A Coast Guard City"

BOSTON-Coast Guard 1st District admiral's aide, Lt. Cmdr. Paul Rooney, Coast Guard 1st District commander, Rear Adm. Daniel B. Abel and Newburyport mayor Donna D. Holaday present the Commandant's Proclamation d... More

Galveston Island-Haixun 31-2

Galveston Island-Haixun 31-2

The crew of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Galveston Island (right), home ported in Honolulu, escorts the crew of the People-s Republic of China Maritime Safety Administration ship Haixun 31 (left) into Honolulu H... More

US COAST GUARD Jason Dumas

US COAST GUARD Jason Dumas

Petty Officer 2nd Class Jason Dumas, an aviation electronics technician at Coast Guard Air Station Barbers Point, Hawaii, observes an 'Oscar'?? rescue dummy used for search and rescue training on Sept. 6, 2012.... More

MCCS host 14th annual half marathon

MCCS host 14th annual half marathon

Paul Kelly, a participant in the Handcrank Division, rides past the Hancock pool during the 14th annual Cherry Point half marathon March 23. Kelly took 3rd place in the Handcrank Division.

Lt. Cmdr. Lance Tinstman, officer at the 14th Coast

Lt. Cmdr. Lance Tinstman, officer at the 14th Coast

Lt. Cmdr. Lance Tinstman, officer at the 14th Coast Guard District, gives a Christmas present to a child at Kuhio Elementary School in Honolulu, Dec. 19, 2014. Crew members from Oahu-based Coast Guard units del... More

Petty Officer 3rd Class Nicholas Duran, a boatswain’s

Petty Officer 3rd Class Nicholas Duran, a boatswain’s

Petty Officer 3rd Class Nicholas Duran, a boatswain’s mate from Coast Guard Cutter Kukui, conducts a safety brief with the crew before getting underway aboard a 24-foot Aids to Navigation Cutter Boat-Large to c... More

HONOLULU- Petty Officer 3rd Class Angel Carballo waits

HONOLULU- Petty Officer 3rd Class Angel Carballo waits

HONOLULU- Petty Officer 3rd Class Angel Carballo waits to be handcuffed by Lt.j.g. Julia Kane during law enforcement training at Coast Guard Base Honolulu, March 6, 2015. Crewmembers from Coast Guard Cutter Kuk... More

Crew members pose on the fantail of Coast Guard Cutter

Crew members pose on the fantail of Coast Guard Cutter

Crew members pose on the fantail of Coast Guard Cutter Walnut after the advancement ceremony of Petty Officer 1st Class Gregory Seufer, April 1, 2015. During the ceremony, Seufer advanced and changed rates to b... More

1st Squadron, 14th Cavalry Regiment Change of Command

1st Squadron, 14th Cavalry Regiment Change of Command

1st Squadron, 14th Cavalry Regiment Change of Command Ceremony as LTC William C. Cavin relinquishes command to LTC Aaron B. Dixon on 03/02/2017.

The Purple Heart awarded to Capt. Kevin Summerbell,

The Purple Heart awarded to Capt. Kevin Summerbell,

The Purple Heart awarded to Capt. Kevin Summerbell, after his tour of duty in Iraq, lies on top of the flight cap he wears today and his old Army cover April 4, 2017. Summerbell was enlisted in the Army as an I... More

Community residents and U.S. Marines walk up a path

Community residents and U.S. Marines walk up a path

Community residents and U.S. Marines walk up a path to Urasoe Castle during the 14th annual Tedako Walk Feb. 7 at Urasoe City. The two-day event consisted of a 10-kilometer course Feb. 7 and 20-kilometer and 30... More

Petty Officer 3rd Class Nicholas Duran, a boatswain's

Petty Officer 3rd Class Nicholas Duran, a boatswain's

Petty Officer 3rd Class Nicholas Duran, a boatswain's mate from Coast Guard Cutter Kukui, reviews the parts of an anchor before conducting anchoring drills aboard a 24-foot Aids to Navigation Cutter Boat-Large ... More

Petty Officer 3rd Class Eric Wood handcuffs Petty Officer

Petty Officer 3rd Class Eric Wood handcuffs Petty Officer

Petty Officer 3rd Class Eric Wood handcuffs Petty Officer 3rd Class Mitchell Hopper during law enforcement training at Coast Guard Base Honolulu, March 6, 2015. Crewmembers from Coast Guard Cutter Kukui, a 225-... More

Petty Officer 1st Class Gregory Seufer accepts a gift

Petty Officer 1st Class Gregory Seufer accepts a gift

Petty Officer 1st Class Gregory Seufer accepts a gift from crew members after his advancement ceremony aboard Coast Guard Cutter Walnut, April 1, 2015. During the ceremony, Seufer changed rates to become one of... More

1st Squadron, 14th Cavalry Regiment Change of Command

1st Squadron, 14th Cavalry Regiment Change of Command

1st Squadron, 14th Cavalry Regiment Change of Command Ceremony as LTC William C. Cavin relinquishes command to LTC Aaron B. Dixon on 03/02/2017.

Capt. Kevin Summerbell, 15th Airlift Squadron, 437th

Capt. Kevin Summerbell, 15th Airlift Squadron, 437th

Capt. Kevin Summerbell, 15th Airlift Squadron, 437th Airlift Wing, stands in front of the entrance to a C-17 Globemaster III on the flightline at Joint Base Charleston April 4, 2017. Summerbell was enlisted in ... More

Fireman Myron Gates of the 14th Coast Guard District

Fireman Myron Gates of the 14th Coast Guard District

Fireman Myron Gates of the 14th Coast Guard District gives a Christmas present to a child at Kuhio Elementary School in Honolulu, Dec. 19, 2014. Crew members from Oahu-based Coast Guard units delivered Christma... More

Okinawa community residents walk up a street during

Okinawa community residents walk up a street during

Okinawa community residents walk up a street during the 14th annual Tedako Walk Feb. 7 in Urasoe City. The two-day event consisted of a 10-kilometer course Feb. 7 and 20-kilometer and 30-kilometer courses Feb. ... More

Petty Officer 3rd Class Jesse Robb and Petty Officer

Petty Officer 3rd Class Jesse Robb and Petty Officer

Petty Officer 3rd Class Jesse Robb and Petty Officer 3rd Class Timothy Powers hoist Oscar out of the water during a man overboard drill in Honolulu Harbor March 4, 2015. Crew members from Coast Guard Cutter Kuk... More

Crewmembers from Coast Guard Cutter Kukui practiced

Crewmembers from Coast Guard Cutter Kukui practiced

Crewmembers from Coast Guard Cutter Kukui practiced handcuffing techniques during boarding team training at Coast Guard Base Honolulu, March 6, 2015. Consistent training helps to develop and implement effective... More

Petty Officer 1st Class Gregory Seufer shakes hands

Petty Officer 1st Class Gregory Seufer shakes hands

Petty Officer 1st Class Gregory Seufer shakes hands with Cmdr. Matthew Funderburk, commanding officer of Coast Guard Cutter Walnut, during his advancement ceremony. Seufer advanced and became one of the first C... More

1st Squadron, 14th Cavalry Regiment Change of Command

1st Squadron, 14th Cavalry Regiment Change of Command

1st Squadron, 14th Cavalry Regiment Change of Command Ceremony as LTC William C. Cavin relinquishes command to LTC Aaron B. Dixon on 03/02/2017.

Community residents and U.S. Marines anticipate starting

Community residents and U.S. Marines anticipate starting

Community residents and U.S. Marines anticipate starting the 14th annual Tedako Walk Feb. 7 at Urasoe Athletic Park. The two-day event consisted of a 10-kilometer course Feb. 7 and a 20-kilometer and 30-kilome... More

Fireman Apprentice Trevor Barkhimer breaks-in as coxswain

Fireman Apprentice Trevor Barkhimer breaks-in as coxswain

Fireman Apprentice Trevor Barkhimer breaks-in as coxswain under the watchful eye of Petty Officer 3rd Class Nicholas Duran aboard a 24-foot Aids to Navigation Cutter Boat-Large in Honolulu Harbor, March 4, 2015... More

Petty Officer 3rd Class Mitchell Hopper waits to be

Petty Officer 3rd Class Mitchell Hopper waits to be

Petty Officer 3rd Class Mitchell Hopper waits to be handcuffed by Petty Officer 3rd Class Eric Wood during law enforcement training at Coast Guard Base Honolulu, March 6, 2015. Crewmembers from Coast Guard Cutt... More

1st Squadron, 14th Cavalry Regiment Change of Command

1st Squadron, 14th Cavalry Regiment Change of Command

1st Squadron, 14th Cavalry Regiment Change of Command Ceremony as LTC William C. Cavin relinquishes command to LTC Aaron B. Dixon on 03/02/2017.

U.S. Air Force Capt. Alexander Sakovich, a C-17A Globemaster

U.S. Air Force Capt. Alexander Sakovich, a C-17A Globemaster

U.S. Air Force Capt. Alexander Sakovich, a C-17A Globemaster III pilot with the 14th Airlift Squadron out of Joint Base Charleston, South Carolina, performs preflight checks, May 16, 2019. The training flight c... More

Katsukatsuo Yamada, a fire control repairman and a

Katsukatsuo Yamada, a fire control repairman and a

Katsukatsuo Yamada, a fire control repairman and a native of Okinawa, poses for a photo during the 14th annual Tedako Walk Feb. 8 at Camp Kinser. The two-day event consisted of a 10-kilometer course Feb. 7 and ... More

Lt. j.g. Julia Kane participates in a weapons retention

Lt. j.g. Julia Kane participates in a weapons retention

Lt. j.g. Julia Kane participates in a weapons retention exercise at Coast Guard Base Honolulu, March 6, 2015. Crew members from Coast Guard Cutter Kukui, a 225-foot buoy tender home-ported in Honolulu, particip... More

1st Squadron, 14th Cavalry Regiment Change of Command

1st Squadron, 14th Cavalry Regiment Change of Command

1st Squadron, 14th Cavalry Regiment Change of Command Ceremony as LTC William C. Cavin relinquishes command to LTC Aaron B. Dixon on 03/02/2017.

Community residents exit gate five of Camp Kinser during

Community residents exit gate five of Camp Kinser during

Community residents exit gate five of Camp Kinser during the 14th annual Tedako Walk Feb. 8. The two-day event consisted of a 10-kilometer course Feb. 7 and 20-kilometer and 30-kilometer courses Feb. 8. The wal... More

Crew members from Coast Guard Cutter Kukui, a 225-foot

Crew members from Coast Guard Cutter Kukui, a 225-foot

Crew members from Coast Guard Cutter Kukui, a 225-foot buoy tender home-ported in Honolulu, participate in law enforcement training at Coast Guard Base Honolulu, March 6, 2015. The crew practiced handcuffing an... More

Petty Officer 3rd Class Eric Wood handcuffs Petty Officer

Petty Officer 3rd Class Eric Wood handcuffs Petty Officer

Petty Officer 3rd Class Eric Wood handcuffs Petty Officer 3rd Class Mitchell Hopper during law enforcement training at Coast Guard Base Honolulu, March 6, 2015. Crew members from Coast Guard Cutter Kukui, a 225... More

Petty Officer 1st Class David Partin assists Petty

Petty Officer 1st Class David Partin assists Petty

Petty Officer 1st Class David Partin assists Petty Officer 3rd Class Eric Wood in handcuffing Petty Officer 3rd Class Mitchell Hopper during law enforcement training at Coast Guard Base Honolulu, March 6, 2015.... More

Lt. j.g. Julia Kane and Petty Officer 3rd Class Eric

Lt. j.g. Julia Kane and Petty Officer 3rd Class Eric

Lt. j.g. Julia Kane and Petty Officer 3rd Class Eric Wood participate in weapons retention training at Coast Guard Base Honolulu, March 6, 2015. Crew members from Coast Guard Cutter Kukui, a 225-foot buoy tende... More

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