Oregon Field Guide

Coast Guard Rescue Training

The U.S. Coast Guard sends its students from all over the country to train in the waters at the mouth of the Columbia River. In a place known as the “graveyard of the Pacific,” they must maneuver a 44-foot boat and retrieve a mannequin from the giant waves.

First Broadcast: 1992
Producer: Jim Newman


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