Coast Guard Station Hobucken Keeps Fairfield Harbour Yacht Club Up To date

Sunday, February 21, 2016

2uscgauxYou know who gives an unforgettable presentation? According to New Bern Auxiliary Flotilla 20-4 Commander Billy Flynn, BMC Kenneth Grande, OIC of Station Hobucken, North Carolina, doesn’t mess around! BMC Grande recently spoke to about 130 members of Fairfield Harbour Yacht Club, educating them about of all the Cost Guard  missions – especially those relevant to Station Hobucken. Coast Guard Station Hobucken is located approximately 35 miles northeast of New Bern, NC alongside the Atlantic Intracostal Waterway. The station’s primary duties are Search and Rescue and Law Enforcement. Station Hobucken runs approximately 100 SAR cases and 300 Law Enforcement boardings per year.is located approximately 35 miles northeast of New Bern, NC alongside the Atlantic Intracostal Waterway. The station’s primary duties are Search and Rescue and Law Enforcement. Station Hobucken runs approximately 100 SAR cases and 300 Law Enforcement boardings per year.

A lengthy Q & A kept the Chief on his toes for about an hour!

 


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