USCG is still searching for the missing captain, VIDEO of the Rescue Operation of HMS Bounty

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HMS Bounty trapped in rough seas because of the Hurricane Sandy.
USCG has saved 14 of the 16 crewmembers that abandoned HMS Bounty vessel off North Carolina in rough seas caused by the storm Sandy. USCG informs that its search operation for the captain Robin Walbridge, the missing captain of the HMS Bounty is still continuing.
The crew members aboard the USCG Cutter Elm, a 225-foot buoy tender homeported in Atlantic Beach, N.C., went on scene at nearly 7:15 p.m. Monday and started searching for Walbridge. The crew members aboard the HC-130 Hercules aircraft and the MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter from CG Air Station Elizabeth City, N.C., provided their searches for the night at nearly 7:30 p.m. Monday.
A crew aboard an HC-144 Ocean Sentry aircraft from the US Coast Guard Air Station Clearwater, Fla., started a 4-hour search at 12:30 a.m. Tuesday, and a Hercules aircrew from Air Station Clearwater started a morning search at nearly 7:15 a.m.
The USCG Cutter Gallatin, a 378-foot high-endurance cutter homeported in Charleston, S.C., is en route. The US Coast Guard is searching a zone approximately 1,350 square nautical miles. The water temperature is 77 degrees, air temperature is 67 degrees, seas are 15 feet, and the winds are 42 miles per hour.
Here is a video of the rescue operation of the vessel HMS Bounty during Hurricane Sandy