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S&T TITANIC Fact Sheet

S&T has partnered with USCG to augment the USCG's ability to protect infrastructure and improve maritime safety and navigation in the Arctic region. TITANIC -- a project that seizes on the advancement and cost-effectiveness of satellite technology, as well as the evolution of machine learning -- seeks to combine the versatility of commercial Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) imagery with the efficiency of computers. At the project's completion, TITANIC will enable the IIP to provide the maritime community and the general public with more reliable and timely maritime safety information on iceberg and sea ice conditions. TITANIC will also help reduce or eliminate the need for costly aerial ice surveillance missions, lowering monitoring costs, and freeing resources to be reallocated elsewhere.

Photo of the Week

Coast Guard employees stand with the 25 tons of cocaine seeized from a drug transit zoneThe U.S. Coast Guard’s National Security Cutter BERTHOLF lived up to its mission of keeping our homeland and maritime borders safe. Returning to port this week, the crew offloaded more than 25 tons of cocaine worth more than $765 million seized in the Eastern Pacific Ocean drug transit zone off the coast of Central and South America.

Service to Nation: 225 years strong

Today, the U.S. Coast Guard celebrates 225 years of Service to Nation. Over the past 225 years, the service has grown and adapted to the changing needs of our Nation. As the Coast Guard looks to the future, we celebrate our legacy, partnerships and celebrate how far we have come as a service. Join us in celebrating the Coast Guard’s 225th birthday today and throughout the rest of the year using #CG225th!

U.S. Coast Guard: Celebrating 225 Years of Service to Nation

August 4th marks the 225th anniversary of the creation of the U.S. Coast Guard. Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson congratulates the men and women of the U.S. Coast Guard on this remarkable anniversary, and extends his gratitude for their unfailing service to this nation, in a new video message.

On Scene with the Maritime Security Response Team

us coast guardOn Monday, Secretary Jeh Johnson, joined by Coast Guard Commandant Admiral Paul Zukunft, traveled to Norfolk, Va. where they observed a one-of-a-kind maritime counter-terrorism team: the U.S. Coast Guard Maritime Security Response Team (MSRT). After boarding a 45-foot Response Boat, Secretary Johnson witnessed an exercise in which members of the USCG MSRT boarded a cruise vessel by helicopter and small boat.


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