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U.S. Coast Guard Forces Micronesia/Sector Guam ensures safety of Port of Guam through boardings, exams
221020-G-IA651-0475.JPG Photo By: Chief Warrant Officer Sara Muir

SANTA RITA, Guam - To ensure port security and safety of both the port and mariners, U.S. Coast Guard Forces Micronesia/Sector Guam’s marine inspectors observe an abandon ship drill aboard the 370-foot Tuvalu-flagged motor vessel Kenyo during a port state control exam in the Port of Guam on Oct. 19 and 20, 2022. This was the Kenyo’s first visit to a U.S. port meaning it must be assessed prior to departure. Port state control is the inspection of foreign-flagged ships in national ports to verify that the ship's material condition and equipment comply with domestic and international security, safety, and environmental standards and that the ship is crewed and operated in compliance with these rules. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Chief Warrant Officer Sara Muir)


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