Coast Guard prepares for boarding ship from helicopter with training near Norfolk; Eagle makeover complete

Coast Guard Maritime Security Response Team member provides cover during helicopter fast rope boarding

Coast Guard Maritime Security Response Team member provides cover during helicopter fast rope boarding

A Coast Guard Maritime Security Response Team member provides cover during a helicopter fast-rope boarding May 4, 2015, aboard the civilian passenger ship the Spirit of Norfolk, during a MSRT training demonstration in the Chesapeake Bay near Naval Station Norfolk, Va. The MSRT is a specialized response team with advanced counter-terrorism skills and tactics.

 

 

Coast Guard Barque Eagle finished with makeover to the 70-year-old ship.

Coast Guard Barque Eagle finished with makeover to the 70-year-old ship.The Coast Guard Yard in Baltimore completed overhaul of the Coast Guard Barque Eagle May 4, 2015. The seven-and-a-half-month repair effort was the first phase of a four-phase Service Life Extension Project that provides life-cycle repairs on the 79-year-old historic sailing ship under the Coast Guard’s In Service Vessel Sustainment Program. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Lt. Paul Alexander, Yard)

The Coast Guard Yard in Baltimore completed overhaul of the Coast Guard Barque Eagle May 4, 2015. The seven-and-a-half-month repair effort was the first phase of a four-phase Service Life Extension Project that provides life-cycle repairs on the 79-year-old historic sailing ship under the Coast Guard’s In Service Vessel Sustainment Program. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Lt. Paul Alexander, Yard)