PORT GRAHAM, Alaska –Coast Guard Cutter Roanoke Island and Coast Guard Auxiliary personnel pose with residents of Port Graham while delivering gifts Dec. 19, 2011. The Coast Guardsmen delivered about $1,500 worth of new winter clothing and more than 400 articles of gently used clothing donated from across the region as part of the Homer area Coast Guard’s yearly charity event. U.S. Coast Guard photo by cutter Roanoke Island.
>A six-man aircrew aboard an HC-130 Hercules aircraft from Air Station Kodiak conducted a patrol of an established safety zone extending out 100 miles from the launch complex at Narrow Cape to ensure no vessels or aircraft were in the [...]
> The crew of the Homer-based Coast Guard Cutter Roanoke Island conducted an at-sea boarding of a Vietnamese-flagged freighter June 1. A six-person boarding team from the cutter boarded the 549-foot vessel in the evening 23 miles southwest of Homer. The Coast [...]
>The crew of the cutter Roanoke Island takes a break in Port Chatham after an aggressive eight-day law enforcement patrol off Kodiak Island to ensure the Pacific cod fleet is in compliance with fisheries and safety regulations.The cutter’s crew has [...]
>The Coast Guard Cutter Roanoke Island stationed in Homer, Alaska, boarded the motor vessel Everest Spirit July 2, 2009. The cutter’s boarding team did not find anything out of the ordinary on the vessel. The Coast Guard performs routine boardings [...]
> Homeported in Homer, Alaska, the CGC Roanoke Island is a 110-foot, multi-mission patrol boat. 110-foot Island-class Patrol Boats are a Coast Guard modification of a highly successful British-designed patrol boat. With excellent range and sea-keeping capabilities, the Island Class, [...]