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    New Portland, ME

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    • North Pacific Regional Fisheries Training Center

      North Pacific Regional Fisheries Training Center

      Photo by Lt. Heather Bacon-Shone   |   U.S. Coast Guard Force Readiness Command   |   04.19.2015

      Petty Officer 1st Class Jeremy Vuylsteke (r.), of Dundee, Ore., and fellow boarding team member, Petty Officer 1st Class Kristofor Heilman, of Craig, Colo., review a fishing vessel’s legal documentation during a simulated fisheries boarding at the Coast Guard’s North Pacific Regional Fisheries Training Center, under the guidance of their instructor (center), Petty Officer 1st Class Jaysen......
      Hometown: New Portland, ME

    • Giving Back and Going Forward

      Giving Back and Going Forward

      Story by Sgt. Angela Parady   |   121st Public Affairs Detachment   |   06.09.2014

      “A lot of people run a marathon every day,” he said, sitting in his office overlooking the entrance to Camp Keyes. “Every day, you wake up, you put your shoes on, and you live your life. For me, running marathons is a way of demonstrating my resilience, but in my life, a lot of the marathons I have run have never been on a trail or on the road. They were me, sitting alone in a room......
      Hometown: New Portland, ME

    • Giving back and going forward

      Giving back and going forward

      Photo by Sgt. Angela Parady   |   121st Public Affairs Detachment   |   06.09.2014

      “Boston was an incredible emotional experience,” said Col. Jack Mosher, Chief of Staff for the Maine Army National Guard. “It was the culmination of every marathon I’ve ever run. To have been at the Boston Marathon the year before, which I was and to see the tragedy that unfolded there, one year later only to see 1 million people standing in the streets, six people deep for 36 miles......
      Hometown: New Portland, ME

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