12 Amazing Dogs Of The U.S. Coast GuardJacob H.
Petty Officer 1st Class Nicholas Beane, a K-9 handler with the Coast Guard Maritime Security Response Team, rewards his dog with a chew toy after a training evolution at Joint Reserve Base Ellington. The training was to prepare for joint Coast Guard and police sweeps of the Super Bowl 51 stadium and event venues.
Petty Officers Craig Oravitz and Richard Barone patrol Boston’s waterfront with Rruthie, a specially trained Coast Guard K-9. The team is based out of New York and is in Boston as part of an increased security presence for the Boston Marathon.
Petty Officer 1st Class Ryan Cross, a K-9 handler from Maritime Safety and Security Team Seattle, stands by his partner, Thomas, as they keep an eye on the crew members of the motor vessel, Ironwood, during a maritime response exercise on the Columbia River. The multi-agency exercise tested the readiness of the participants’ ability to handle various potential threats.
Tosca and her Maritime Security Response Team canine officer sweep the deck of Mississippi Canyon Block 582, Medusa Platform during a joint exercise. The MSRT, Murphy Oil Corporation, and DoD worked together to train to respond to threats aboard the production facility.
Obviously not a dog, but who could resist this amazing penguin posing in front of a U.S. Coast Guard vessel? The U.S. Coast Guard serves all over the entire world!
This curious Adelie penguin stands near the Coast Guard Cutter Polar Star on McMurdo Sound, Antarctica. During their visit to Antarctica for Deep Freeze 2016, the U.S. military’s logistical support to the National Science Foundation-managed U.S. Antarctic Program, the Polar Star crew encountered a variety of Antarctic marine life, including penguins, whales, and seals.
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