The Prince Frederick Volunteer Rescue Squad

Rescue Captain Bill Clark

The Prince Fredrick Volunteer Rescue Squad, Boat 4 - the H2O Express II under Rescue Captain Bill Clark have linked with the Filey and Calvert County Sister City agreement, The Filey Bay Bonhomme Richard Group and the Bonhomme Richard project.  Tony Green, chair of the  Filey Bay Bonhomme Richard Group said that this was a historic link as both Filey and Calvert County have a joint maritime heritage and are bridging the cultures of both communities.  Filey, the Filey  Lifeboat and Calvert County have a long standing involvement in the saving of life at sea and as well as life saving, Bill has has worked previously with Don Shomette the noted underwater archaeologist and author and has always had a keen interest in underwater archaeology. 

Bill Clark, the Rescue Captain of Boat 4  H2O Express II of the Prince Frederick Volunteer Rescue Squad met members of the Initiative in September 2006 when they visited Calvert county on holiday with Donald Shomette.  It was during this visit that Bill and his crew, Don and the visitors travelled up to the head of the Patuxent River in search of the Flagship of Commodore Joshua Barney from the war of 1812 and this has been reviewed on the USS Scorpion page

More information is to be found on the Rescue Squad Website

Boat 4 returns from Exercise Rehousing the Boat

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