Coast Guard Sector North Carolina's 4th Annual Women's Symposium

Sector North Carolina holds 4th Annual Women’s Symposium

Post written by Petty Officer 2nd Class Lindsey Neumann and Lt. Timothy Braun. Coast Guard Sector North Carolina held their 4th Annual Women’s Symposium March 13 at Miller’s Landing aboard Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C.  Attendees were primarily […]

Belle of Washington clears Coast Guard inspection, back in service after Hurricane Irene setback

Post written by Lt. Christopher Martin Hurricane Irene struck the North Carolina coast in August 2011 and destroyed more than 300 aids to navigation, damaged several vessels and shut down both of the state’s major ports. The most memorable vessel […]

2011 – A year of improved preparation through partnerships for Coast Guard Sector North Carolina

Post written by Lt. Cmdr. Raymond Negrón and PA3 Cynthia Oldham Developing a full scale, emergency simulation exercise requires a lot of effort and can cost tens of thousands of dollars to execute. Planning meetings normally commence about one year […]

Coast Guardsmen: a helping hand in the aftermath

Post written by Cmdr. Derek Dorazio   As a result of Hurricane Irene, many people throughout North Carolina suffered extensive damage to their homes. Two of the hardest hit areas in the state were Dare and Pamlico counties. Unfortunately, some […]

Coast Guard Sector North Carolina going green

    Post written by Capt. Anthony Popiel. In November 2010, Coast Guard Office of Civil Engineering solicited proposals for low cost energy conservation projects to compete for funding from the fiscal year 2011 Facility Energy Efficiency Fund.  Members of […]

Coast Guard cutter tows disabled boat off Cape Hatteras,NC

Post by Petty Officer 3rd Class David Marin Click on photo to view  video of the tow. The Coast Guard Cutter Seahorse towed a disabled 45-foot sailing vessel off the coast of Cape Hatteras, N.C., July 8. Coast Guard Sector North Carolina […]