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Severely Hypothermic Man Rescued After Clinging To Overturned Boat For 13 Hours

YARMOUTH (CBS) – A severely hypothermic boater was rescued after clinging to his overturned boat for nearly 13 hours.

Around 10 p.m. Monday a woman told Yarmouth Police that her boyfriend, 36-year-old Medford resident Arthur Moscufo, was overdue from a boating trip. 214 more words

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February 18th Marks the 65th Anniversary of the Pendleton Rescue

The heroic 1952 rescue of 32 crew members aboard the sinking tanker Pendelton was dramatized in the recent movie “The Finest Hours.” The Chatham Historical Society will recognize its 65th anniversary with events hosted at the… 388 more words

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Donald Trump, Michael Flynn and the Russian ship just off the Eastern Seaboard add up to suspicious minds

For days, news reports have noted the presence of a Russian naval ship lurking in international waters off the east coast of the United States. For some critics of President Donald Trump, the vessel has become a symbol of the administration’s ties with Russia. 877 more words

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Russian spy ship sails 30 miles from U.S. submarine base

By Meg Wagner

Close to the U.S., but still in international waters

A Russian spy ship sailed a mere 30 miles from the Connecticut coast on Wednesday — lurking near a U.S. 638 more words

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Coast Guard Warns Of Increase In Dangerous Storm Debris In Bay

TREASURE ISLAND (CBS SF) — The U.S. Coast Guard is issuing a warning for boaters to be on the lookout for debris from recent storms creating hazardous conditions in San Francisco Bay. 263 more words

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U.S. Coast Guard releases report after recruit died during fitness assessment

CAPE MAY, N.J. – The Coast Guard announced Tuesday that they finalized a Major Incident Investigation Report on the death of a recruit.

The incident happened at Coast Guard Training Center (TRACEN) Cape May on July 7, 2016. 140 more words

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