U.S. Coast Guard, partners continues response to vessels and aids affected by Typhoon Mawar
A combined team consisting of personnel from U.S. Coast Guard Station Apra Harbor, U.S. Coast Guard Regional Dive Locker Pacific, Maritime Safety and Security Team Honolulu, members of USCGC Sequoia (WLB 215) and U.S. Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit Five whose participation was coordinated by the Navy Emergency Preparedness Liaison Officer from the Navy Reserve Defense Support to Civil Authorities, Detachment Hawaii, has been working diligently. Their efforts have successfully relocated Outer Apra Harbor Buoy No. 2 from the middle of the entrance channel, ensuring safe passage for incoming traffic on May 27, 2023. In addition, they conducted underwater surveys of transit channels and piers to identify and remove any obstructions. Work continues to fully restore services at the unit. (U.S. Coast Guard photo)

Tags: ATON, MER, CGFMSG, Mawar
Photo by: U.S. Coast Guard  |  VIRIN: 230616-G-G0020-1001.JPG