Coast Guard Alaska – Season 1

DVD Release: April 15, 2015
Coast Guard Alaska – Season 1
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Synopsis

Stationed in Alaska, the Coast Guard train and work in one of the harshest environments in the world, conducting dangerous Search and Rescue missions (SARs).

Dove Review

“Coast Guard Alaska – Season 1” is a documentary about the amazing 350 men and women who are members of the Coast Guard rescue team. Their job is to rescue people in trouble. From a helicopter, a boat, an ice cutter or plane, they do their best to give those in trouble a positive outcome.

In this first season, they are stationed on Kodiak Island, Alaska, and Coast Guard Air Station Sitka. They are constantly training to be prepared for any situation. The Coast Guard missions are extremely urgent, and some are dangerous to them as well as the people they are there to rescue. This series shows how the Coast Guard has helped a hunter who has been shot, a boater who is injured, hunters who are lost in the wilderness, and people in many other life-threatening situations. These people do their duty with teamwork and give the people in trouble the same priority they would give to family.

The documentary also shows the many other ways these brave people interact with their local community besides save and rescue and how the community has shown their appreciation for their Coast Guard heroes.

We are very proud to award “Coast Guard Alaska – Season 1” with the Dove “Family-Approved Seal for 12-plus, due to some language and some intense situations.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: Frickin'-2; Oh crap-1; H-1; OG/OMG-4; D-1;
Violence: Plane crash; man has seizures; man with gun shot wound in the back, with minor blood showing; man unconscious on boat; man hurt from falling off cliff; intense rescue situations.
Drugs: Medical personnel treat patients with IVs and other medication; drinking of beer and wine.
Nudity: Shirtless men.
Other: Two men die; men with tattoos; man talks of his Coast Guard father's death at sea during a rescue.

Info

Company: Al Roker Entertainment
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 301 min.
Industry Rating: TV-G
Starring: The Coast Guard
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe