COCAINE SNORTFALL: Cokeheads will be moaning over high prices as a record $1.4 billion in supply is seized by high seas law enforcement armada of US, Canadian & Royal Dutch ships

WILL CARTELS STEAL IT BACK FROM GOVERNMENT WAREHOUSES? MIAMI — Coast Guard Cutter James’ crew offloaded approximately 59,700 pounds of cocaine and 1,430 pounds of marijuana worth more than $1.4 billion, Thursday, at Port Everglades, which is the largest offload in Coast Guard history. The Coast Guard’s strong international relationships, with key partners like Canada …

History in Photos: Presidential travel at sea; Harry S. Truman vacation to Bermuda from Washington, D.C.

In August of 1946, President Harry Truman and key advisors took a two week trip on the USS Williamsburg to Newport, Rhode Island, via the Potomac River, stopping at the Naval Academy in Annapolis, transiting the Chesapeake Bay, C&D Canal to Newport. They were escorted by a Navy warship and paused in Delaware Bay to …

COURT NEWS: The following reports the results of Special and General Court-Martial convened within the United States Navy from Sept. 2019 to June 2020

COURT NEWS: The following reports the results of Special and General Court-Martial convened within the United States Navy from Sept. 2019 to June 2020 Navy Region Mid-Atlantic General Court-Martial • At a General Court-Martial in Norfolk, Virginia, ABEAN Kaleb B. Haney USN, pled guilty to assault consummated by battery. On 11 June 2020, consistent with …

Star-Spangled Banner Buoy placed to mark the site of Francis Scott Key writing National Anthem

The Crew of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter James Rankin, homeported in Baltimore, set the Francis Scott Key memorial buoy in the Patapsco River, June 15, 2020. The buoy sits between the Francis Scott Key Bridge and Fort McHenry to mark the approximate location where Key wrote the National Anthem.(U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty …

Coast Guard crew landed Jayhawk on USS Mahan for refueling in rescue mission from disabled MV Laura Maersk

Coast Guard crew landed Jayhawk on USS Mahan for refueling in rescue mission from disabled MV Laura Maersk An aircrew aboard an MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter from Air Station Elizabeth City, North Carolina hoists a burn victim from the container vessel Laura Maersk, 275 miles off the coast of Ocean City, Maryland, June 5, 2020. The …

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