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Artist’s sketchbook: Board of lies

engine control

Last week we shared the simple moments aboard Healy as crew and scientists alike settled into routine. This week “Artist’s sketchbook” continues with a peek into life in the ship’s engine control room and the deployment of “The Rosette.”

Artist’s sketchbook: Just below freezing

Sick Bay

Last week we shared the first moments aboard Healy, including scientists preparing to board the ship and the crew navigating the ship as Healy pulled out of port. This week the ship is at a science station 335 miles north of the Arctic Circle where the wind chill stands at 19 and the crew is experiencing 20 percent ice coverage.

itCG – Veterans Day, mystery spill solved, terrorism drill, greatest generation

“Auxiliarist Bugler at Arlington Cemetery” depicts a Coast Guard Honor Guard bugler playing Taps for a fallen Guardian. Click the image to read more about Coast Guard artist and auxiliarist Chris Demarest. This afternoon, the Commandant and Master Chief Petty Officer of the Coast Guard will be joined by DHS Secretary Napolitano for the annual

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A Day Underway on CGC Juniper

Today, two great outreach events occurred onboard CGC Juniper. The cutter, homeported in Newport, Rhode Island, held its annual Navy League Long Island Council cruise and hosted an artist from the Coast Guard Art Program. The annual Navy League Long Island Council cruise onboard the Juniper is a, “chance to show the members the various

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