U. S. Coast Guard Update

Currier, John
June 2013
Wings of Gold;Summer2013, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p46
Academic Journal
The article presents several updates on the services of the United States Coast Guard. These includes the rotary wing air intercept mission of the crews of the Military Helicopters (MH-65). The rescue mission conducted by the North Carolina MH-60s and HC-130Js. It also mentions the exploration of the MH-60 and MH-65 at the North Slope of Alaska.


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