Every Coast Guardsman is a lifesaver

Allen, Thad
May 2007
Hill;5/23/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 62, pS16
The article focuses on the commendation for the acts of bravery done by the U.S. Coast Guard men and women. The author stresses that the rescue operation made by the members of the Coast Guard to people from a research vessel burning in the Gulf of Mexico gives him great pride. He emphasizes that saving lives is all about bravery and courage. He gives accolade to those individuals who play a critical role in every rescue, every life saved, and every drug interdiction.


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