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Report about the U.S. Coast Guard District 14 conducting a search and rescue exercise with the People's Republic of China's Maritime Safety Administration (MSA). The exercise took place off the coast of Oahu and involved the Chinese MSA vessel Haixun-31, the USCG Cutter Galveston Island, and helicopter crews from the Haixun-31 and Coast Guard Air Station Barber's Point. The two countries responded to rescue scenario in which a person was stranded in the water. This was the Haixun-31's first visit to American waters. Available in high definition. Includes sound bites from Lt. Jonathan Rice and Xie Heoi.


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This work, US Coast Guard Search and Rescue Exercise with China MSA, by TSgt Michael Jackson, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:09.6.2012

Date Posted:09.9.2012 9:00PM

Category:Package

Video ID:154654

VIRIN:120906-F-MT955-001

Filename:DOD_100485291

Length:00:01:47

Location:HI, US

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