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“NAVCENT Establishes Task Force for Unmanned System Operations” –Seapower — Chuck Hill’s CG Blog

Seapower reports that the Navy has set up a task force within NAVCENT (the naval component of CENTCOM) to use and mature unmanned systems. “NAVCENT Establishes Task Force for Unmanned System Operations” –Seapower

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Russian Coast Guard Website — Chuck Hill’s CG Blog

If you are interested in the Russian Coast Guard, I ran across a website that seems to have a lot of information. It is definitely a pro-Russian site. You may want to be careful about clicking on any of the … Continue reading

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“Volansi completes first-ever autonomous ship-to-ship drone delivery” –DroneDJ — Chuck Hill’s CG Blog

DroneDJ reports the first successful cargo transfer by drone between ships at sea, using Volansi VTOL UAS. “Volansi completes first-ever autonomous ship-to-ship drone delivery” –DroneDJ

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Happy 231st Birthday U. S. Coast Guard August 4, 2021

This is the other birthday for the Coast Guard. Happy 231st Birthday to the United States Coast Guard (USCG). It started out as the Revenue Marine on August 4, 1790. It would later be known as the U.S. Revenue Cutter … Continue reading

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“The 10 Types of Submarine Explained” –Covert Shores — Chuck Hill’s CG Blog

Covert Shores ((included in my list of recommended blogs) has provided an eleven minute video explaining various types of submarines and providing examples and lists of users. Most of it is pretty basic, but there are some less common types … Continue reading

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Coast Guard rescues bear attack survivor after seeing SOS sign at remote camp in Alaska – CBS News July 22, 2021

I saw this on CBS News – Coast Guard rescues bear attack survivor after seeing SOS sign at remote camp in Alaska: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/bear-attack-coast-guard-rescue-alaska/. Slightly longer article. BY ALEX SUNDBY July 22, 2021 A U.S. Coast Guard helicopter crew rescued a … Continue reading

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Former USCGC Sherman in Action — Chuck Hill’s CG Blog

For those that might we wondering what has happened to those 378s we transferred to other navies and coast guards, here is a glimpse of the former USCGC Sherman participating in an exercise, as reported by the US Naval Institute … Continue reading

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Happy 82nd Birthday to the Coast Guard Auxiliary – June 23, 2021

I noticed today was the 82nd birthday of the Coast Guard Auxiliary. Here’s the official website: https://www.cgaux.org/ Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/USCGAUXILIARY/ Flickr page: https://www.flickr.com/groups/uscgaux/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/uscgaux/ Pinterest: Some listings located https://www.pinterest.com/ricksmith927543/coast-guard-auxiliary/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/USCGAux Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Coast_Guard_Auxiliary YouTube: Some videos located https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=Coast+Guard+Auxiliary

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Finnish Coast Guard Cutter Tura — Chuck Hill’s CG Blog

A short post in Naval News that reported the deployment of a Schiebel Camcopter UAS on a Finnish Coast Guard Cutter prompted me to look up the cutter involved, and it proved interesting for a couple of reasons, Finnish Coast … Continue reading

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How Many 110s are left? — Chuck Hill’s CG Blog

Had a question from a reader, how many 110s are still in commission with the USCG?. Figured I could get a quick answer here. We know about the four still with PATFORSWA. Looking at District web sites, I am not … Continue reading

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