Thursday, April 1, 2010


Coast Guard medevacs man off tugboat in Southwest Pass,” by Lt. Rebecca Fosha tells of a Coast Guard Rescue Helicopter that hoisted a man off a tugboat because he was having symptoms of a heart attack. This is important because when boats and ships go at sea they can be miles away from help if there is a medical problem with somebody onboard. Luckily, the coast guard is available to come to a citizens need. This relates to education because people need to create systems that are there for other people and be able to work those systems. This relates to the world because America can be a role model in showing other countries how to take care of its citizens.

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