The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) District Palawan installed one Very High Frequency (VHF) radio at the Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park in Palawan on 20 September 2022.

The PCG Weapons, Communications, Electronics, and Information System Command (CGWCEISC) also installed one Icom M506 radio in coordination with the Tubbataha Management Office.

According to the PCG District Palawan, these radios expand the coverage of VHF Channel 16 in communicating with arriving and transiting vessels; conducting radio challenges during illegal entries of watercraft, enhancing maritime domain awareness through the built-in Automatic Identification System (AIS); and responding to emergencies through the Digital Selective Calling (DSC) feature.

The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) District Bicol assisted six Indonesian crew members of cargo vessel, M/V Sky Fortune that ran aground in the vicinity waters off Malinao (Tabaco Bay) on 19 January 2022.

They were turned over to the Indonesian Embassy today, 28 September 2022.

Through the collaborative efforts PCG, BI, OWWA, BOC, BOQ, DOH, NBI, PNP, Tabaco City Prosecutors' Office, LGU-Tabaco and the provincial government of Albay, coordinating meeting was set with the officials of the Indonesian Embassy to expedite their repatriation.

Nakikiramay ang Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) sa mga pamilyang naiwan ng limang rescuers sa San Miguel, Bulacan na binawian ng buhay sa kasagsagan Super Typhoon #KardingPH noong Linggo, ika-25 ng Setyembre 2022.

Ayon kay PCG Commandant, CG Admiral Artemio M Abu, bilang mga first responders, alam ng mga kababaihan at kalalakihan ng PCG ang sakripisyong kalakip ng pagtupad sa kanilang sinumpaang tungkulin sa bayan.

"Sa bawat misyon, baon ng mga Coast Guard rescuers ang panalangin na manatiling ligtas at maging matagumpay sa pagtataguyod ng kapakanan ng taumbayan," ani CG Admiral Abu.

The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) responded to a report involving three alleged victims of trafficking in persons (TIP) onboard a commercial passenger vessel from Zamboanga del Sur en route to Tawi-Tawi at around 06:15 a.m. on Sunday, 25 September 2022.

The PCG duty sea marshals coordinated with the vessel captain and conducted the verification and profiling of reported passengers. They identified the alleged TIP victims as one 44-year-old female, one 37-year-old male, and one nine-year-old male.

According to the alleged TIP victims, unknown individuals instructed them to travel to Sabah, Malaysia, via a 'backdoor' channel, and an unidentified person will fetch them upon arrival.