The Coast Guard Cutter Reliance is leaving Portsmouth Naval Shipyard for the last time.
Eight members of Coast Guard Station Brunswick were recognized Monday for their exemplary performance during rescue efforts.
A Coast Guard rescue swimmer rescued the 10 people with the help of a Good Samaritan.
All 16 of the hulking lifting lugs are now in place on the exposed starboard side of the shipwrecked Golden Ray.
The Coast Guard towed the vessel back to Avalon.
The U.S. Coast Guard is tapping into cellphone location data to quickly locate distressed boaters.
All passengers aboard, including the dog, were rescued and no injuries were reported.
The National Coast Guard Museum Association announced in January that it had raised more than $56 million for the museum.
Born in February 2007, Onyx joined the Station St. Ignace crew in June 2008.
The hope is that whatever design the engineering faculty finds optimal can be certified by the government for use.