Coast Guard Cutter Munro crew conducts damage control training

DUTCH HARBOR, Alaska – Seaman Jessica Bottomley, left, and Seaman Mary Botcheos wear firefighting gear during a damage control training event aboard the Coast Guard Cutter Munro in Dutch Harbor April 28, 2012. Crewmen have to be proficient in putting on the gear and be able to respond efficiently and effectively during a shipboard emergency. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Coast Guard Cutter Munro.

DUTCH HARBOR, Alaska – Seaman Jessica Bottomley, left, and Seaman Mary Botcheos wear firefighting gear during a damage control training event aboard the Coast Guard Cutter Munro in Dutch Harbor April 28, 2012. Crewmen have to be proficient in putting on the gear and be able to respond efficiently and effectively during a shipboard emergency. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Coast Guard Cutter Munro.

 

DUTCH HARBOR, Alaska – Chief Petty Officer Brett Stewart, red hat, explains Coast Guard Cutter Munro crewmembers how a P-00 a dewatering pump on the fantail during their damage control rodeo in Dutch Harbor April 28, 2012. The P-100 dewatering pump can be deployed from cutters and aircrafts used to help dewater flooded spaces on vessels and used as a secondary fire extinguishing source. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Coast Guard Cutter Munro.

DUTCH HARBOR, Alaska – Chief Petty Officer Brett Stewart, red hat, explains Coast Guard Cutter Munro crewmembers how a P-00 a dewatering pump on the fantail during their damage control rodeo in Dutch Harbor April 28, 2012. The P-100 dewatering pump can be deployed from cutters and aircrafts used to help dewater flooded spaces on vessels and used as a secondary fire extinguishing source. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Coast Guard Cutter Munro.

 

DUTCH HARBOR, Alaska – Petty Officer 3rd Class Cody Wiemers, right, instructs Coast Guard Cutter Munro crewmembers how to patch a pipe during a damage control rodeo in Dutch Harbor April 28, 2012. The cutter's crew prepared for their Command Assessment of Readiness for Training, which is an assessment of the crew's capability to use damage control equipment. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Coast Guard Cutter Munro.

DUTCH HARBOR, Alaska – Petty Officer 3rd Class Cody Wiemers, right, instructs Coast Guard Cutter Munro crewmembers how to patch a pipe during a damage control rodeo in Dutch Harbor April 28, 2012. The cutter's crew prepared for their Command Assessment of Readiness for Training, which is an assessment of the crew's capability to use damage control equipment. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Coast Guard Cutter Munro.DUTCH HARBOR, Alaska – Chief Warrant Officer Jeffrey Center, center, reviews damage control plotting with Coast Guard Cutter Munro crewmembers during the ship’s damage control rodeo in Dutch Harbor April 28, 2012. Damage control plotting is used during shipboard casualties to plot and display the current status of a fire, flooding or damage to the vessel and its personnel. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Coast Guard Cutter Munro.

 

DUTCH HARBOR, Alaska – Chief Warrant Officer Jeffrey Center, center, reviews damage control plotting with Coast Guard Cutter Munro crewmembers during the ship’s damage control rodeo in Dutch Harbor April 28, 2012. Damage control plotting is used during shipboard casualties to plot and display the current status of a fire, flooding or damage to the vessel and its personnel. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Coast Guard Cutter Munro.

DUTCH HARBOR, Alaska – Chief Warrant Officer Jeffrey Center, center, reviews damage control plotting with Coast Guard Cutter Munro crewmembers during the ship’s damage control rodeo in Dutch Harbor April 28, 2012. Damage control plotting is used during shipboard casualties to plot and display the current status of a fire, flooding or damage to the vessel and its personnel. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Coast Guard Cutter Munro.

 

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