At the start of Military Family Month, Coast Guard Commandant Adm. Paul Zukunft held a live Facebook Q&A. He was joined by his wife, Fran DeNinno-Zukunft, who serves as one of the Coast Guard’s Ombudsmen at Large, to discuss key issues on the minds of Coast Guard members and their families.
Coast Guard Commandant Adm. Paul Zukunft will be holding a live Facebook Q&A on Nov. 2, 2015, at 11 a.m. EDT to commemorate the start of Military Family Month. He’ll be joined by his wife, Fran DeNinno-Zukunft, who serves as one of the Coast Guard’s Ombudsmen at Large, to discuss the Coast Guard workforce and their families – key tenets of the Commandant’s Duty to People initiative.
As he marks one year of service as Commandant, Adm. Paul Zukunft participated in a video Q&A on his Facebook page. Take a look at the video to hear directly from the Commandant on his views relating to the budget realities of today, manning challenges at stations across the country and who he’d like to have over for dinner.
Next Saturday will mark Adm. Paul Zukunft’s first year as Commandant and he is inviting Facebook followers to share what’s on their mind once again. This time around, the Commandant will host a video Q&A. Please leave your questions for the Commandant at his Facebook page and he’ll answer the top questions in a video message to be released May 29, 2015.
“Social media provides us an amazing opportunity to reach audiences that we have never been able to reach and your personal use of social media can be a big part of this,” said Capt. Tony Hahn, Chief, Office of Public Affairs.
In the first town hall of its kind for the service, Coast Guard Commandant Adm. Paul Zukunft, Vice Commandant Vice Adm. Peter Neffenger and Master Chief Petty Officer of the Coast Guard Steven Cantrell conducted a live Facebook Q&A. Hosted on the Commandant’s Facebook page, the Coast Guard’s senior leaders fielded questions from a broad spectrum of Facebook followers – including active duty, reserve and auxiliary members, spouses and members of the Coast Guard community at large.
Social media has changed the way we connect with others, engage in conversations or share our mutual interests. Social media is part of our daily lives. That means social media is part of telling the Coast Guard’s story.
Valentine’s Day is fast approaching and that usually means chocolates, cards and flowers. But the celebration isn’t just for cupid and candy; it’s about love and appreciation! To celebrate Valentine’s Day with the men and women who serve, we’re reaching out to our fans to hear why you love America’s Coast Guard. Throughout this week, we’re asking our fans to share reasons why they love the Coast Guard using #CGadmirer on Twitter. At the end of the week, we’ll take your messages and make a video that will go on display at Coast Guard Headquarters.
Shutter Shootout has gone into overtime with these two photos. Click on the above image to be taken to our Facebook Overtime album. The buzzer has gone off and there’s a tie with East vs. West in our Final Four round of Shutter Shootout. We need your help in deciding which photo goes to the
The Elite 8 round of March Madness is here! That means we’ve entered the next round of “Shutter Shootout” – your chance to select the Coast Guard photo of the year. Throughout the past year, Coast Guard members, families and fans from around the world captured remarkable photographs of rescues, patrols, operations and training days to take you behind the scenes of life in the U.S. Coast Guard.