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8 Los Cabos Magazine | Summer 2016 clockwise from top left: Joseph A. Tyson (2); Francisco Estrada LOS CABOS MAGAZINE, revista trimestral, edición número 44, julio 2016. Editado por: PUBLICACIONES TURISTICAS LOS CABOS S.A. DE C.V. Editor Responsable: Joseph Anthony Tyson Carlton. No. de Certificado de Reserva otorgado por el Instituto Nacional del Derecho de Autor: 04-2005-062017021100-102. No. de Certificado de Licitud de Título: No. 13247. No. de Certificado de Licitud de Contenido: 10820. Domicilio de la Publicación: Calle Flor de Pitaya Mza. 7 Lote 28, Fracc. Jacarandas, Cabo San Lucas, BCS, México, 23410. Impresor: Los Cabos Magazines Inc., Tyson Promotions, Inc. 303 Magnolia Drive, Laguna Beach, CA 92651-1720. Tel. (858)-569-0172. Imprenta: Publication Printers Corp, 2001 S. Platte River Dr. Denver Colorado 80223. Tel. (303)-936-0303. Distribuidor: PUBLICACIONES TURISTICAS LOS CABOS S.A. DE C.V., Calle Flor de Pitaya Mza. 7 Lote 30, Fracc. Jacarandas, Cabo San Lucas, BCS México, 23473 Despacho. LOS CABOS MAGAZINE, published four times per year, issue number 44, July 2016. Published by: PUBLICACIONES TURISTICAS LOS CABOS S.A. DE C.V. Editor Responsible: Joseph Anthony Tyson. Número de Certificado de Reserva otorgado por el Instituto Nacional del Derecho de Autor: 04-2005-062017021100-102. Número de Certificado de Licitud de Título: No. 13247. Número de Certificado de Licitud de Contenido: 10820. Publication Address: Calle Flor de Pitaya Mza. 7 Lote 30, Fracc. Jacarandas, Cabo San Lucas, BCS, México, 23410. Printer: Los Cabos Magazines, Inc., 303 Magnolia Drive, Laguna Beach, CA 92651-1720. Tel. (858)- 569-0172. Printed at: Publication Printers Corp, 2001 S. Platte River Dr. Denver Colorado, USA 80223, Tel. (303)-936-0303. Distributor: PUBLICACIONES TURISTICAS LOS CABOS S.A. DE C.V., Office: Calle Flor de Pitaya Mza. 7 Lote 30, Fracc. Jacarandas, Cabo San Lucas, BCS México, 23473. for transportation of personnel during emergencies in disaster areas. Not only does the Mexican Navy equip its personnel with first-class equipment, but it also provides firstrate training at Escuela de Búsqueda, Rescate y Buceo, a school focused on search, rescue, and diving in Acapulco, Guerrero. There, they receive their initial training as well as refresher courses. There’s a focus on search and rescue protocol and, locally, exercises are performed for constant training. This includes drills on the emergencies that are most common in Los Cabos. The Mexican Navy supports other agencies in maintaining the rule of law, to help ensure the protection of human rights within the local community. Similarly, it supports the Port Authority to provide security at the port of Cabo San Lucas. Marines staff this and, in some cases, work with canines to detect and prevent the transport of banned substances. Additionally, the Mexican Navy provides maritime safety for cruise ships and actively participates in the protection of the marine environment, disentanglement of whales during the whale watching season (December to April) and verifying that there are no spills on the beaches of the town. It also maintains a close relationship with the local community, promoting citizen participation and providing social work activities in public institutions, such as medical, dental, and hairdressing service free for charities. In recent years, the Mexican Navy’s aircraft have been a valuable tool for maritime emergencies and to facilitate the arrival of aid to remote populations during natural disasters that have hit this area. A clear example is Hurricane Odile in September of 2014. The aircraft are in located in La Paz, but there is the possibility of having them in Los Cabos to aid in Mexican Navy operations. In the event of a maritime emergency, the Naval Sector of Cabo San Lucas offers the following means of contact: Emergency: (624) 105-1110 VHF Marine Band Radio: channel 16 General information: (624) 143-3397 Y The Cabo San Lucas Naval Sector includes a Naval Station for search, rescue, and maritime surveillance (ENSAR Los Cabos). Pictured: the view of the harbor from the interior of the base.


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