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Fri Mar 21 17:05:19 2014 UTClccn-n801258510.01Mayday! mayday! : a Coast Guard rescue /0.300.81Oceanic fronts in coastal processes : proceedings of a workshop held at the Marine Sciences Research Center, May 25-27, 1977 /154411282n 80125851506365506362231894C. G.CGCG AbkuerzungCoast GuardCoast Guard (É.-U.)Coast Guard of the US.Coast Guard (U.S.)Coast Guard United StatesÉtats-Unis Coast GuardEtats-Unis, Department of transportation, Coast guardÉtats-Unis. Dept. of Transportation. Coast GuardEtats-Unis, Navy department, Coast guardÉtats-Unis Navy DeptÉtats-Unis. Navy Dept. Coast GuardÉtats-Unis. Treasury Dept. Coast GuardḤaras al-Sawāḥil al-AmrīkīPublic Information DivisionPublic Information Division United States, Cost GuardU.S.C.G.U.S. Coast guardUnited States. Coast Guard.United States. Department o Homeland Security. Coast Guard.United States. Department of Homeland Security. Coast GuardUnited States. Department of the Navy. Coast Guard.United States. 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Revenue-Cutter Servicelccn-no95035375United StatesCongressHouseCommittee on Transportation and InfrastructureSubcommittee on Coast Guard and Maritime Transportationlccn-n81096151United StatesCongressSenateCommittee on Commerce, Science, and Transportationlccn-no2004066329United StatesGovernment Accountability Officelccn-n80126064United StatesGeneral Accounting Officelccn-n79007406United StatesCongressHouseCommittee on Merchant Marine and FisheriesSubcommittee on Coast Guard and Navigationlccn-no95024546United StatesCongressHouseCommittee on Transportation and Infrastructurelccn-no2003062574United StatesDepartment of Homeland SecurityOffice of Inspector Generallccn-n79059051United StatesNavylccn-n2006165899United StatesCoast GuardIntegrated Deepwater Systems Programlccn-n93081637Stabenow, DanaUnited StatesCoast GuardPeriodicalsListsRegistersHistoryExhibition catalogsConference proceedingsDirectoriesHandbooks, manuals, etcUnited States.--Coast GuardUnited StatesTerrorism--PreventionIntelligence officersWorld War (1939-1945)ShipwrecksAlaskaFloridaInternational relationsSearch and rescue operationsKoreansAids to navigationVocational guidanceDrug trafficNorth Carolina--Outer BanksBrothers--DeathLighthouse keepersSubmarine captainsSubmarines (Ships)GermansNorth CarolinaAmericansMissing in actionSolomon IslandsKennedy, John F.--(John Fitzgerald),Pacific Ocean--Gulf of AlaskaLifesavingSurvival swimmingRescue workDrowning--PreventionWomen private investigatorsUnited States--Atlantic CoastUnited States--Gulf CoastBoats and boatingArmed Forces--OfficersSmugglingProhibitionPacific Ocean--Bering SeaSpace Shuttle Program (U.S.)Can Do (Pilot boat)Global Hope (Ship)Quirk, Frank,--JrWinter stormsPilot boatsMassachusetts--GloucesterBlizzardsMassachusettsNavigationRule of the road at seaInland navigation--Law and legislation1795180818601861187118831893189519001901190719141915191619171918191919201921192219231924192519261927192819291930193119321933193419351936193719381939194019411942194319441945194619471948194919501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014282280796811697359.97VG53ocn179215674ocn866681426ocn866099499ocn866682209ocn866741414ocn865846482ocn460738058ocn460428745ocn460837806ocn760940848ocn762786969ocn851555502ocn793322962ocn051042414ocn010663034ocn186752683ocn186752667ocn86482488169821ocn003067599book19770.27United StatesNavigation rules, international, inlandFor anyone who owns a boat, this is the handbook for you. Included are all of the official government rules and regulations that must be followed by anyone out on the water. This book will prepare you for head?on situations, avoiding collisions, using, distress signals, and will inform you of all the up?to?date water regulations. Whether you?re in a jam or just relaxing at sea, Navigation Rules will teach and prepare you for anything and everything you may encounter while on your boat+-+289735161656911ocn008568763serial0.66United StatesBoating statisticsPeriodicals4898ocn760091657file20020.66U.S. Coast Guard America's maritime guardian4676ocn002520397serial0.73United StatesProceedings of the Marine Safety CouncilPeriodicals4368ocn000628210book19500.35United StatesHistorically famous lighthouses4136ocn025821528serial0.66Light listPeriodicalsLists4063ocn017362088serial0.63Light listPeriodicalsLists4005ocn003137427serial0.76United StatesRegister of officersRegisters3894ocn017504721serial0.66Light listPeriodicalsLists3705ocn018333246serial0.73Light listPeriodicalsLists3698ocn004057799serial0.56United StatesMerchant vessels of the United StatesPeriodicalsDirectoriesRegisters3695ocn017504746serial0.66United StatesLight listPeriodicalsLists3633ocn760102831com20110.59On scene coordinator report Deepwater Horizon oil spill"The purpose of this report is to document the response to the oil spill that resulted from the explosion on the Deepwater Horizon mobile offshore drilling unit on April 20, 2010. On scene coordinator report, Deepwater Horizon oil spill, submitted to the National Response Team, September 2010. On November 18, 2010, the National Response Team (NRT) requested submission of an On-Scene Coordinator (OSC) report for the Deepwater Horizon spill to the NRT Response Committee, pursuant to the National Contingency Plan (NCP). The NART's request listed 33 specific topics be addressed in the report. The list of specific topics addressed in the report expanded to 56 to cover additional focus areas of the Federal On-Scene Coordinators (FOSCs)"--Executive summary3573ocn039219345serial0.73Light listPeriodicalsLists3453ocn422637201book20090.63Coast Guard art program 2009 collectionHistoryExhibition catalogs3437ocn044284663file0.70Coast Guard the official magazine of the U.S. Coast GuardPeriodicals3353ocn003892868book19780.81Bowman, Malcolm JOceanic fronts in coastal processes : proceedings of a workshop held at the Marine Sciences Research Center, May 25-27, 1977Conference proceedings3243ocn049679613book20020.17United StatesSmall-boat seamanship manualHandbooks, manuals, etc"Coast Guard and Coast Guard Auxiliary practices for boat handling, navigation, weather and oceanography, marlinespike seamanship, communications, boat design and construction, watchstanding, crew comfort and safety, first aid, survival equipment, search and rescue, towing, firefighting, rescue, and assistance, engine troubleshooting, heavy weather procedures, and more"--Cover+-+65533862553134ocn051199394serial0.66Navigation and vessel inspection circularPeriodicals29810ocn004507973serial0.73Notice to marinersPeriodicals238711ocn060543275book20060.12Stabenow, DanaBlindfold gameFictionAs a hijacked Russian freighter loaded with black-market plutonium sails undetected towards North America, a CIA analyst uncovers a terrorist plot - a conspiracy that places his estranged wife in the middle of the international crisis+-+K87898768523509ocn173659587book20080.12Stabenow, DanaPrepared for rageFictionA renegade terrorist with a personal and vindictive grudge against all things American targets the space shuttle as NASA prepares to launch an important mission with a high-profile payload and a wealthy visitor on board+-+082418768518781ocn020692615book19900.15Brown, DaleHammerheadsFictionThe Hammerheads, an elite force compromised of the latest and most deadly weaponry ever, prepares to do battle with the Cuchillos drug cartel, halting the flow of drugs entering the United States17735ocn052429554book20030.14Hickam, Homer HThe keeper's sonFictionDomestic fictionSeparating himself from his family of lighthouse keepers in order to work for the Coast Guard, World War II Outer Banks resident Josh Thurlow searches for his brother, lost at sea twenty years earlier, in the wake of invading U-boats+-+343658768514197ocn074809032visu20060.15The guardianDramaAction and adventure filmsAn aging United States Coast Guard rescue swimmer's team is killed in a horrific rescue mission. Just prior to this same mission his wife announces that she cannot take anymore. This leaves him an emotional wreck. His commander gives him a choice - quit or take a position as an instructor at the USCG training facility in Louisiana. Reluctantly he takes the position and moves into the school. Once there he immediately increases the 18 week curriculum that routinely fails half of the people that attend. He meets a young man with unlimited potential, but with some secret that seems to hold him back as a team player. Delving into young man's past, links are found that make him a psychic twin to the older man14084ocn400302340file20020.29Careers in the United States Coast Guard12004ocn056591947book20050.13Hickam, Homer HThe ambassador's sonFictionIn 1943, Coast Guard captain Josh Thurlow leads a desperate venture to Japanese-held islands of the South Pacific to track down a Medal of Honor hero and an ambassador's missing son+-+37465876858673ocn015629726book19870.23Johnson, Robert ErwinGuardians of the sea : history of the United States Coast Guard, 1915 to the presentHistory+-+35726752357945ocn000879464book19640.32Willoughby, Malcolm FrancisRum war at seaHistory+-+10568143067914ocn456180388book20100.13Thompson, KaleeDeadliest sea : the untold story behind the greatest rescue in Coast Guard historySoon after 2:00 A.M. on Easter morning, March 23, 2008, the fishing trawler Alaska Ranger began taking on water in the frigid Bering Sea. While the first mate broadcast Mayday calls to a Coast Guard station more than 800 miles away, the men scrambled to inflate life rafts. By 4:30, the wheelhouse was just barely visible, and most of the 47 crew were in the water, wearing the red survival suits--many torn or inadequately sized--that were supposed to keep them from freezing to death. Two Coast Guard helicopter rescue teams battled snow squalls, enormous swells, and gale-force winds. Before dawn, the Coast Guard had lifted more than twenty men from the freezing waves--more than any other cold-water Coast Guard rescue in history. This book recounts the harrowing stories of both the rescuers and the rescued, and investigates the negligence that leads to the sinking of dozens of ships each year.--From publisher description+-+64711261557813ocn055766642book20040.14Lewan, ToddThe last run : a true story of rescue and redemption on the Alaska seasDescribes the 1998 rescue of five fishermen who were forced to abandon their vessel in the Gulf of Alaska during a hurricane-force storm and who were saved from insurmountable hazards by helicopter teams from the Sitka Coast Guard station+-+83914651557814ocn046634188book20010.17Walker, SpikeComing back alive : the true story of the most harrowing search and rescue mission ever attempted on Alaska's high seasDetails the heroic rescue of the crew of the La Conte, who were forced to abandon ship during a brutal storm, by the U.S. Coast Guard Search and Rescue teams who braved nature's anger to save the lives of these five men+-+96241776857621ocn064390615book20050.17Tougias, MikeTen hours until dawn : the true story of heroism and tragedy aboard the Can DoHistoryDocuments the rescue efforts of pilot boat captain Frank Quirk and his four-man team, who, during the blizzard of 1978, endeavored to save the crew of a floundering tanker off the Massachusetts coast as well as a Coast Guard team that was endangered during a failed rescue attempt+-+718988768570710ocn001135473book19570.32Willoughby, Malcolm FrancisThe U.S. Coast Guard in World War IIHistory70111ocn062286967rcrd20050.13Stabenow, DanaBlindfold gameFictionSuspense fictionA dirt bomb set on a busy market street in Thailand kills over a hundred people. Fearing terrorists are ready to bring unimaginable devastation to American shores, husband-and-wife team, Hugh Rincon, a Langley-based CIA honcho, and Sara Lange, the executive officer aboard the U.S. Coast Guard cutter Sojourner Truth, try to stop them+-+74407406966832ocn058835095file19970.35National Research Council (U.S.)Advancing the principles of the prevention through people program6521ocn018191249book19890.06Ferrell, Nancy WarrenThe U.S. Coast GuardJuvenile worksPresents a history of the Coast Guard, outlines its many duties, and gives information on enlistment benefits6478ocn166378180rcrd20080.12Stabenow, DanaPrepared for rageFictionA renegade terrorist with a personal and vindictive grudge against all things American, targets the space shuttle as NASA prepares to launch an important mission with a high-profile payload and a wealthy visitor on board+-+92475727966314ocn435619591book20090.56Labs, Eric JacksonOptions for combining the Navy's and the Coast Guard's small combatant programs"As part of their long-term procurement strategies, the Navy and the Coast Guard are each in the process of developing and building two types of small combatants. The Navy is building two versions of its new littoral combat ship, and the Coast Guard is building replacements for its existing classes of high-endurance cutters and medium-endurance cutters. Although all four types of ship are about the same size, they are designed to perform different missions. If the Navy's and Coast Guard's plans for their small combatant programs are fully implemented, the two services combined will spend over $47 billion over the next 20 years purchasing 83 of those ships. In light of the many pressures on the budgets of the Navy and the Coast Guard, some policymakers and analysts have questioned whether the services could combine their small combatant programs in ways that still meet their requirements but save money. This Congressional Budget Office (CBO) paper, prepared at the request of the Ranking Member of the Senate Budget Committee, examines three alternatives that might allow the Navy and the Coast Guard to consolidate their small combatant programs."--Pref6261ocn050291014book20040.01Demarest, Chris LMayday! mayday! : a Coast Guard rescueJuvenile worksRhyming text and illustrations show how the United States Coast Guard uses aircraft and a rescue swimmer to respond to a call for help+-+3616034315+-+6553386255+-+6553386255Fri Mar 21 16:05:59 EDT 2014batch182582