|Statement||by Mildred G. Luckhardt ; illustrated by J. C. Wonsetler.|
|Series||New everyday adventure stories|
|Contributions||Wonsetler, John C.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||61|
The weather is perfect for surfing or scuba diving--even the coast guard crew is enjoying some fun in the sun. But when dark storm clouds roll in over the ocean, it's up to the coast guard to spring into action and save the day! This storybook includes a LEGO® City coast guard poster!Brand: Scholastic, Inc. Coast Guard to the Rescue. The weatherman predicts a beautiful, sunny day in LEGO City, so everyone heads to the beach. The weather is perfect for surfing or scuba diving; even the coast guard crew is enjoying some fun in the sun. But when dark storm clouds roll in over the ocean, it's up to the coast guard to spring into action and save the day! Her book is meticulously researched, well-organized, and tells the story of Coast Guard rescues without overstepping the facts in exchange for reactions. She simply put to paper the heart of the program through stories of actual men and women engaged in the unique job of aviation rescue crewmembers.5/5(5). Coast Guard Rescue One. Army Capt. Jordan Armstrong surrendered a piece of her soul to the burning sands of Afghanistan. Now back home, only two things keep her going: her demanding job as a Search and Rescue pilot and sailing her foot yacht around the coast of McKinley Point, Western Australia – /5.
The survivors of the Mary Lynn—Mark Gutek, Anita Miller, and Charles White—would be the first three of over thirty-three thousand people to be rescued by the U.S. Coast Guard in the coming days as Hurricane Katrina continued on toward the Mississippi Gulf Coast, New Orleans, and the history by: 2. The Coast Guard’s daring rescue of the men aboard those ships became the subject of The Finest Hours, a book written by Michael Tougias and Casey Sherman. A recent Hollywood movie of the same name, however, focused solely on the rescue of 32 men from only one of . Books shelved as coast-guard: The Finest Hours: The True Story of the U.S. Coast Guard's Most Daring Sea Rescue by Michael J. Tougias, Rescue Warriors: T. Complemented by dramatic, striking illustrations, Chris L. Demarest's text brings into vivid focus one of the many important jobs performed by the U.S. Coast Guard. A detailed author's note provides additional information about the search-and-rescue process, making this a .
Commander Jack Santucci Operations Officer, Coast Guard Air Station Cape Cod Chris Demarest provides a real, firsthand description of the Coast Guard's search-and-rescue missions at Air Station Cape Cod. His book really illustrates the extreme flying challenges our pilots are faced with on /5(18). Publisher Description The weatherman predicts a beautiful, sunny day in LEGO® City, so everyone heads to the beach. The weather is perfect for surfing or scuba diving -- even the coast guard crew is enjoying some fun in the sun. But when dark storm clouds roll in over the ocean, it's up to the coast guard to spring into action and save the day!4/5(2). In The Greatest Coast Guard Rescue Stories Ever Told, the editor has pulled together some of the finest writings about air and sea rescues that capture readers imaginations, culled from books, magazines, and elsewhere. It is an unforgettable collection, and includes stories by Kathryn Miles, Eric Hartlep, Gerald Hoover, Martha Laguardia-Kotite, Geoffrey D. Reynolds, Kalee Thompson, H. Paul Jeffers, and many /5(17). The Official Coast Guard Coloring Book. We are excited to introduce the official Coast Guard coloring book. Kids will have fun learning about the different boats and airplanes the proud men and women of the United States Guard use to be Semper Paratus or 'Always Ready.'. Click on the coloring book image below to view the interactive flipbook.