According to Reuters, the U.S. Coast Guard said on Wednesday it was searching for a British crew member who went overboard from a Royal Caribbean Cruises cruise ship in the Atlantic Ocean.
A spokesman told Reuters that 20 year old Arron Hough, 20, went overboard 267 miles off the northwest off Puerto Rico on Tuesday.
Royal Caribbean Cruises said the missing person was a member of the “entertainment team” onboard Harmony of the Seas and said that he did not show up for work on Tuesday.
Coast Guard Lieutenant Christopher Hasson, who is said to have been building an arsenal and plotting a domestic attack, will be released from detention.
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The Miami Beach Commission has requested once againthat the U.S. Coast Guard conduct a safety waterway analysis of the Government Cut inlet, following a second deadly boating accident over the weekend..
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When prosecutors return to court in Prince George's County on Thursday, their goal is straight forward- keep Coast Guard Lt. Christopher Hasson locked up, pending a trial on gun and drug charges.
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MATSU, TAIWAN — A Taiwan Coast Guard ship had an encounter with a bunch of rock-throwing Chinese fishermen that hilariously ended with a stun grenade.
According to the Central News Agency, at..
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Two people were hoisted to safety three miles off California’s Año Nuevo Island after the 57-foot boat they were traveling in began taking on water on April 18, the US Coast Guard said. A helicopter..
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The U.S. Coast Guard had a busy day Thursday offloading millions of dollars worth of drugs seized at sea at two South Florida Coast Guard bases.
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The US Coast Guard offloaded $50 miilion worth of marijuana and cocaine in Fort Lauderdale.
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The Coast Guard offloads 8 tons of marijuana and cocaine seized at sea at Port Everglades on Thursday morning.
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