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Coast Guard Station Tom's River, pictured as a life saving station. ... This page contains a list of United States Coast Guard stations in the United ...... Coast Guard Station Willapa Bay ·...

Station Shoalwater Bay, Washington - U.S. Coast Guard


U.S. Coast Guard History Program. Station Shoalwater Bay, Washington. (Later Station Willapa Bay). USLSS Station #2, Twelfth District. Coast Guard Station # ...

USCG Station Grays Harbor Westport WA


Area of Responsibility includes: Queets River on the Washington Coast south to the Long Beach Peninsula (Ocean Park/Nahcotta, WA) including Willapa Bay.

Station Grays Harbor, Washington - U.S. Coast Guard


The first rescue station in Grays Harbor area was established in the mid-1800's by the U.S. ... W.B. Wells was the first known Willapa Bay Lighthouse keeper.

USCG: Home Page - Sector Columbia River - 13th Coast Guard ...


In addition to Air Station Astoria and Marine Safety Unit Portland, other Sector Columbia River subunits include three surf stations (Stations Tillamook Bay, OR;  ...

U.S. Coast Guard lifeboat photos/data - 44ft Motor Lifeboats


Built: Construction completed Sept 1961 at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA Departed Curtis Bay ... Photos MK3 Andy Smith of Station Gloucester, MA; At Merrimac River ..... Photo Steve Sabel; At Willapa Bay, Feb 1977; U.S. Coast Guard photo

Coast Guard responds to mariners in distress near Willapa Bay, Wash.


Oct 21, 2015 ... Petty Officer 1st Class Bradford Simmons, an aviation survival technical from Coast Guard Air Station Astoria, Ore., enters the water to escort ...

Lighthouses@Lighthouse Digest ... Willapa Bay Light Station and ...


Willapa Bay Light Station and Surrounding Town Slipped into Bay ... Gone are the lighthouse, the life saving station, the Coast Guard station that replaced it, the  ...

“Those Guys Got Plenty of Guts, Take it from Me”: Hilman J. Persson ...


Gray's Harbor Life-Saving Station in Westport, Washington. His only ... thirty, he accepted a transfer to the Willapa Bay, Washington, Coast Guard Station as.

Peterson's Point Lifeboat Station opens at Grays Harbor in 1897.


Mar 17, 2004 ... ... Shoalwater (later Willapa) Bay, 20 miles south of Grays Harbor, and Neah .... Construction of a modern Coast Guard station just a few blocks ...

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