Wednesday’s week in the life of the Coast Guard 2014 features light work on the Chesapeake Bay, keeping helicopters clean in Kodiak, Alaska, a summer station patrol near Rhode Island, making sure they’re feed at Station Cape Disappointment and getting a dewatering pump to a boat in need far way.
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On New Year’s Eve the midnight log entry at a Coast Guard unit takes on a life of its own and is traditionally written as a poem. The Compass reached out to those standing the mid-watch to share the tradition of applying verse to the log as we all rung in 2013.
We are at the half-way point for our videos, and today’s video take us to a one of kind training school, the Coast Guard’s Advanced Helicopter Rescue School in Astoria, Ore. The school places rescue aircrews in some of the most extreme weather conditions found in the United States. “We are one of the few schools
Post Written by Petty Officer 3rd Class James Rhodes, Public Affairs Specialist PROVINCETOWN, Mass. – The first ever graduating class of the National Motor Lifeboat School's satellite Heavy Weather Course pose with their instructors and members of Station Provincetown for a class photo after a graduation ceremony Nov. 18, 2010. U.S. Coast Guard photo by
Following on the heels of the first-ever People’s Choice photo contest, the official 2009 Coast Guard photo contest winners have been announced. The judges met last month to review the nearly 800 photos submitted from across the Coast Guard family. And, the winners are … First Place: MK1 Jamie Parsons Instructors, crew and students of