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Coast Guard coordinates medical response following explosion on bulk carrier, 2 dead

Earlier Monday morning, the captain of the Marshall Islands-flagged 623-foot bulk carrier Tamar contacted watchstanders at the Coast Guard command center reporting an explosion in the ship’s forward storeroom

Off-duty Coast Guard crews volunteer to help in Hampton, Va.

People who volunteer improve the lives of others in obvious ways. Recipients of community service efforts gain something tangible: a hot meal, a home improvement, funding or staffing where resources are lacking or nonexistent. Homeless veterans, single-parent families, environmental organizations and non-profit groups succeed when volunteers work for their benefit.

Coast Guard women and men, whether active duty or civilian employees, make a living serving the public – it’s their job. A life dedicated to service, many members of the Coast Guard family often extend their efforts beyond the workday, giving selflessly to help others.

Coast Guard volunteers in Virginia’s Hampton Roads area seize opportunities to give of themselves, resulting not only in gains for folks on the receiving end, but in forming stronger relationships among Coast Guard and community members.

Coast Guard, Good Samaritan Rescue Boater from Boat on Fire on Chesapeake Bay

Coast Guard crews and a good Samaritan respond to a distressed boater who’s boat had caught on fire in the Chesapeake Bay.