The U.S. Coast Guard has established radio-activated, solar-powered Precision Directional Light (PDL) Ranges to support larger ships navigating into American ports.
Having punched in the keywords “Coast Guard” and “women,” adding the years “1917 to 1918,” I immediately noted a Baltimore American newspaper article dated February 27, 1918. It featured a previously unknown Coast Guard woman.
With nearly seven and a half decades of water in her wake, Smilax is the oldest U.S. Coast Guard cutter in service today and she turns 75 on November 1.
Would you recognize the signs if someone was in a suicidal state of mind? How would you react if someone told you, “I want to kill myself?” What steps would you take to get them to safety and to the professional help they need? Thankfully, AET3 Cole Perkins knew how to act.
This does not contain all of the ADOS opportunities, just select ones. To view all of the current long/short term opportunities go to Direct Access, then Mobilization Resume. Qualified and interested members should apply for following ISO Parental Leave Augmentation ASAP by using the Mobilization Resume hyperlink and the position DA REQ # in Direct
On the evening of March 8, 1973, Coast Guard cutter Dauntless made the Coast Guard’s first seizure of a marijuana smuggler when it stopped the sport fisherman Big L at the western edge of the Bahamas.
The Coast Guard recognizes the importance and benefits of breastfeeding and the fact that many women will return to work with the desire to continue nursing. There are policies in place to support new parents and allow for an easy transition back to the workforce.
Marblehead Lighthouse is the oldest continuously operating lighthouse in the Great Lakes. Aids to Navigation Team Detroit keeps the 197-year-old light shining.
Learn about some of the current ADOS opportunities available for Reservists. This does not contain all of the ADOS opportunities, just select ones. To view all of the current long/short term opportunities go to Direct Access, then Mobilization Resume.
Whenever disaster hits, Coast Guard operators worked tirelessly on the frontlines to respond to those affected – and behind the scenes, the men and women of Coast Guard Mission Support worked to ensure resources were available at the speed of need. Learn more about their slightly less visible but just as vital role!