What was the top Coast Guard video of 2015?

Tuesday, January 5, 2016

We’ve tallied up your votes for the Coast Guard’s 2015 Video of the Year and have the results for the top three videos. From an unexpected sea life rescue to a man reunited with his Coast Guard rescuers, your favorite videos showcased the commitment Coast Guard men and women display on each and every mission, each and every day.

And now for the winners…

Original Posted by LTJG Katie Braynard on The Coast Guard Compass, The Official Blog of the U.S. Coast Guard

First Place: Air Station Elizabeth City Highlights

The first place video gave viewers a behind-the-scenes look at the everyday operations and people of Coast Guard Air Station Elizabeth City, North Carolina.

Second Place: Turtle Rescue

The second-place video features an unexpected rescue conducted by the crew of Coast Guard Cutter Stratton while on patrol in the Eastern Pacific.

Third Place: Air Station Sitka Rescue

The third-place video highlights an at-sea rescue conducted by the crews of Coast Guard Air Station Sitka, Alaska.

We would like to thank everyone who voted for their favorite video as well as all the units and videographers for their exceptional work throughout 2015. We look forward to showcasing the missions of the U.S. Coast Guard in 2016 and thanks again to all our fans!

To watch all the videos on YouTube, check out the 2015 Video of the Year playlist.

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Comments


  1. Michael Hudak says:

    Very impressive,very professional.


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