try this Well done!
Those guys do not need orders to execute. They have their own command and control centers for each district and they lit out for the hurricane zone two days before the storm hit and way before FEMA, or the National Guard activated rescues.
NORFOLK, Va. Coast Guard rescue swimmers, pilots and boat crews continue to searching the flood waters and rubble for survivors from Hurricane Katrina.
Their support -- like water, food, showers, fuel and advice -- is coming from Norfolk.
More than 400 Coast Guard personnel assigned to the Maintenance and Logistics Command Atlantic are working around the clock to coordinate and assist the two-thousand Coast Guard members deployed to the Gulf Coast, where crews have made 33-thousand rescues by helicopter and boat.