Baltimore Sea Cadets Cited For Rescue Efforts After Water Taxi Capsizes

July 2004
Sea Power;Jul2004, Vol. 47 Issue 7, p51
Lists cadets and Navy Reservists cited for valor by Assistant Secretary of the Navy Dionel Aviles, for their efforts during the rescue of survivors of a water taxi accident on March 6, 2004 in Inner Harbor, Baltimore, Maryland. Naval Reservist and Sea Cadet Lt. Commander Art Eisenstein's receipt of the Navy-Marine Corps medal for his multiple dives into the water; Number of casualies in the accident.


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