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USCG rescuer to receive IMO bravery award 2019

A Petty Officer from the US Coast Guard will receive the 2019 IMO Award for Exceptional Bravery at Sea, for rescuing four survivors from a life raft, in extremely high winds and heavy seas. The decision was endorsed by the IMO Council at its 122nd session in London, on 15-19 July.

Watch: The fire that two IMO-awarded pilots faced in Houston

A new video released online depicts the magnitude of the danger that two Houston Pilots encountered after their ship broke down and burst into flames, following collision with mooring dolphins. The two pilots, Captain McGee and Captain Phillips, were the receivers of the IMO’s Award for Exceptional Bravery at Sea 2017, in July.

Video: IMO Awards Ceremony 2017

The ceremony presented the 2017 IMO Award for Exceptional Bravery at Sea as well as the 2016 International Maritime Prize was held on Monday 27 November 2017, at IMO Headquarters.

Two Captains recognized with IMO bravery award

Pilots Captain Michael G. McGee and Captain Michael C. Phillips, from Houston were recognized for their role in averting a tragedy in September 2016, when the tanker they were piloting broke down in the Houston Ship Channel in the middle of the night and burst into flames, after colliding with mooring dolphins.

IMO announces the winner of 'Bravery at Sea' award

Two members of the Houston Pilots in the United States are to receive the 2017 IMO Award for Exceptional Bravery at Sea, IMO announced. The pair will be recognized for their role in averting a major tragedy when the ship they were piloting broke down and burst into flames after colliding with mooring dolphins.

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