Rear Admiral Keith Smith, Commanding Officer of Coast Guard Mid-Atlantic, recently visited Coast Guard Station Milford Haven. Accompanying him were Captain Kevin Carroll, Commander Sector Virginia, and Lt. Bryce Kessler, Flag Aide.
After meeting with Chief Boatswain mate Joshua Menges, Officer in Charge of Station Milford Haven, Smith joined the men and women of the station for lunch. During any station visit, Smith likes to meet one of the outstanding Coasties who reflect the ideals of the Coast Guard, a press release stated.
Boatswain mate 3rd class (BM3) Nathanial Johnson and BM3 Stephen Reiss, Aids to Navigation Team, were recognized and thanked by Smith for their exemplary service and contribution to the community, the station, and the Coast Guard.
In the afternoon, Smith and Carroll joined BMC Robert Shores on one of the Aids to Navigation Team boats to tour the Milford Haven area, in particular Hole in the Wall. Hole in the Wall is the area where boats can enter or exit Milf...
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