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Coast Guard Air Station Savannah
... Coast Guard Air Station Savannah is a United States Coast Guard Air Station located at Hunter Army Airfield in Savannah, Georgia ...
Ramey Air Force Base - Closing and Current Use - Coast Guard Air Station Borinquen
... In 1971, the United States Coast Guard relocated its aviation units from U.S ... Naval Air Station Isla Grande in San Juan, Puerto Rico and established the Coast Guard Air Station Borinquen ... United States Coast Guard fact sheets and historical documents state that the U.S ...
Coast Guard Air Station Los Angeles - History
... Coast Guard Air Station Los Angeles was founded in August 1962 through the combined efforts of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, U.S ... An Air Detachment with one Sikorsky HO4S helicopter was transferred from Coast Guard Air Station San Diego ... The Air Station was officially commissioned on November 15, 1962 with two HO4S helicopters, nine officers and 20 enlisted personnel ...
Coast Guard Air Station San Diego
... Coast Guard Air Station San Diego (CGAS San Diego) is a Coast Guard Air Station based in San Diego, California, United States, across the street from San Diego ... Diego operates three HH-60J Jayhawk helicopters off the Coast Guard ramp ... CGAS San Diego is also adjacent to Small Boat Station San Diego which houses two 41-foot Utility Boats, two 21-foot (6.4 m) USCG rigid hull inflatable boats(RHIB's), one 25-foot (7.6 ...
Coast Guard Air Station Los Angeles - Missions
... Coast Guard Air Station Los Angeles (CGAS Los Angeles) missions include search and rescue, homeland security, and environmental protection ... Coast Guard Air Station Los Angeles provides a search and rescue helicopter that is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year ... Coast Guard Air Station Los Angeles each year ...

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