Honor, Respect, Devotion to Duty: Baton Rouge flood rescuers

Flooding in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, began on August, 12, 2016. By August 15, 2016, more than 10 rivers had reached moderate, major or record flood stage, leading to one of the worst floods in the city’s history. The Coast Guard sent several air and boat crews to assist the flood victims. This is only two of their stories, along with the people they assisted.


Helicopters at the ready

Responding in the wake of Isaac

As Hurricane Isaac made landfall on the eve of the seventh anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, local, state and federal responders were at the ready to provide aid and assistance to Gulf Coast communities. Over the past two days, the Coast Guard has rescued 17 people and two pets by helicopter in the greater New Orleans area.