Scott T. Price, Chief Historian United States Coast Guard After 21 days of being slammed around by rough cold sea swells 20 to 50 feet high, and wild winds hitting gale force at times, within an ocean grid the size of a postage stamp, you can stand any kind of duty. Coast Guard Ocean Station
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In World War II, the allies fought for freedom on the battlefields of Europe, but also on the seas and islands of the Pacific. For more than seven decades, the Indo-Pacific region has shown us its critical strategic importance.
If you watched Game 5 of the World Series, as tens of millions of people did, you’d have spotted a familiar blue uniform at the start of the game.
All Hands selects several messages to publish in a weekly post to help raise awareness about specific messages and useful information.
Petty Officer 1st Class Angel Leott and Debra Owens were selected for the Technology Rising Star Award, granted to individuals who help shape technology for the future, during the 22nd Women of Color Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Conference.
Coast Guard chief petty officers are known to make a significant difference in the Coast Guard. But some chiefs, like the fifth Master Chief Petty Officer of the Coast Guard Allen W. Thiele, do more – they leave a legacy.
The next U.S. Coast Guard Shutter Shootout round is here. We’ve whittled down the top eight photos, who will make it to the Final Four? The vote is up to you! Use the interactive bracket and vote on the Coast Guard’s official Facebook page with a “like” or “love” to cast your vote.
The second round of tournament play for the Coast and Guard brackets are here! Help us find the top photo of the year by voting for your favorite using the interactive bracket and voting on our Facebook page.
The U.S. Coast Guard’s Shutter Shootout 2017 “Guard” bracket is here! This bracket showcases imagery from U.S. Coast Guard Pacific Southwest, U.S. Coast Guard Alaska and U.S. Coast Guard Mid-Atlantic. Help us find the top photo of the year by voting on your favorite photos with a “like” or “love” on the official Coast Guard Facebook page. The competition is annual and coincides with NCAA’s March Madness.
U.S. Coast Guard Pacific Northwest, Coast Guard Southeast and FORCECOM imagery are showcased in today’s “Coast” bracket of the Coast Guard’s annual Shutter Shootout competition. Read more here to find out how you can vote for the top Coast Guard photo of the year.