Launch of Coast Guard Reserve Twitter account

Are you a member of the Coast Guard Reserve? Have you been looking for a way to stay up-to-date on crucial updates? If so, the solution is here. Coast Guard Reserve Personnel Management, RPM, has partnered with the Office of Reserve Affairs, CG-131, in the establishment of a Twitter account that will provide up-to-the-minute information to reservists.

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Click the image above to be taken to the offiical @USCGReserve Twitter account!
Click the image above to be taken to the offiical @USCGReserve Twitter account!

Are you a member of the Coast Guard Reserve? Have you been looking for a way to stay up-to-date on crucial updates?

If so, the solution is here.

Coast Guard Reserve Personnel Management, RPM, has partnered with the Office of Reserve Affairs, CG-131, in the establishment of a Twitter account that will provide up-to-the-minute information to reservists. The two have partnered to communicate the following information:

  • Reserve readiness, resources and budget;
  • Reserve officer boards and panels;
  • Reserve officer promotions;
  • Reserve enlisted advancements;
  • Reserve enlisted panels;
  • Reserve Component Change information;
  • Reserve incapacitation;
  • Reserve assignments;
  • Reserve A-School information;
  • Long term non-contingency ADOS; and
  • Other general information related to the Coast Guard Reserve.

 

If you’re new to Twitter, it’s easy to use. If you’re interested in receiving the above information, you can follow the official Coast Guard Reserve Twitter account, @USCGReserve.

Why Twitter? Twitter allows for instantaneous updates to people with the push of a button. If you follow the account, it’s easy to set up your account so you can receive text messages directly from the account, ensuring you are notified of all crucial personnel management updates.

Twitter remains another way to balance the diverse needs of the Coast Guard’s Reserve workforce and ensure all members remain informed of critical, need-to-know information.

“Our Reserve Force is incredibly diverse, and not just in terms of race, gender, ethnicity or specialty; Coast Guard Reservists are also diverse in what they do outside their Coast Guard lives and in terms of where they make their homes,” said Rear Adm. Bill Kelly, commander of the Coast Guard Personnel Service Center. “We are excited that Twitter offers us another way to make sure we keep our Reserve shipmates informed and inside the lifelines when it comes to news that’s important to them as we strive to provide the finest Service to our Nation.”

For more information on how to get started using Twitter, you can view this help guide.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact the Coast Guard’s Social Media Team.

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