Students portray greatest single rescue in Coast Guard history

Over the past year a team of students from the University of Alabama have traveled across the nation compiling video and conducting interviews for an upcoming documentary on the U.S. Coast Guard’s response to Hurricane Katrina in 2005.


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Seeing through the eye of the storm

Coast Guard Air Station New Orleans ombudsman Sedonia Cheatham does not take hurricane season lightly. “For weeks, I searched for my family with little hope, wondering even if they survived. It took another month after that to find them.”


Capt. Ken Harman, chief flight surgeon at Coast Guard Aviation Training Center in Mobile, Ala., delivers his acceptance speech for Role Model of the Year from the University of Alabama, Birmingham, while deployed to a glacier near Koge Bay, Greenland. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer Jetta Disco.

Bravo zulu, CAPT Ken “Doc” Harman!

Coast Guard All Hands sends out a bravo zulu to Capt. Ken Harman, chief flight surgeon at the Coast Guard Aviation Training Center in Mobile, Ala. Harman was recently recognized for his more than 30 years of community and military service with the 2013 Martha Myers Role Model Award given by the University of Alabama, Birmingham.