Coast Guard hosts People’s Republic of China

02/24/2011 – This slideshow highlights a key role of the USCG as an international agency.  The security of the conveyor belt of goods through global maritime transit is an essential role of the USCG. We discussed the question of the role of the USCG pacific strategy in a special report found here

http://www.sldinfo.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/Shaping-a-Collaborative-Maritime-Security-Strategy-SLD-special-report-sept-09-pdf2.pdf

  • In the first photo, Chief Petty Officer Lawrence Beatty, the Coast Guard Sector Baltimore Command Center supervisor, gives a presentation to members of China Search and Salvage and the China Maritime Search and Rescue Center on Coast Guard search and rescue from the command center Dec. 3, 2010. The purpose of the visit was to share search and rescue practices to assist China in developing and improving their search and rescue capability and to share understanding of each other’s approaches.
  • In the second photo, members of China Search and Salvage and the China Search and Rescue Center visit Coast Guard Station Curtis Bay, Md., Dec. 3, 2010. During the visit, members were given a presentation on search and rescue and were able to tour Coast Guard Sector Baltimore’s command center as well as a Coast Guard station.
  • In the third photo, members of China Search and Salvage and the China Maritime Search and Rescue Center take notes during a search and rescue briefing at Coast Guard Sector Baltimore Dec. 3, 2010. The members learned about the Coast Guard’s search and rescue mission so that they can apply the information towards developing and improving their search and rescue capability.
  • In the final photo, members of China Search and Salvage and the China Maritime Search and Rescue Center listen to a search and rescue briefing at Coast Guard Sector Baltimore, Dec. 3, 2010.

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