When Haoer Zheng enlisted in the U.S. Coast Guard in 2018, she never envisioned that her Mandarin Chinese speaking skills would have international impact.
The Coast Guard Academy is uniquely suited to prepare international maritime leaders to address the most complex global challenges of our time. Interaction with these students is an important part of the cadet experience.
The Arctic Coast Guard Forum consisting of members from Canada, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, the Russian Federation and the United States coordinated an exercise to test search and rescue capabilities in the Arctic. The “Arctic Guardian 2017” exercises took place in Reykjavik, Iceland, testing cooperation, coordination, and communication across partner nations’ rescue coordination centers.
U.S. Coast Guard members of a mobile training team from the International Training Detachment at Coast Guard Training Center Yorktown, Va. deployed to Liberia in February, 2013 to strengthen local forces and build partnerships for the future.
The Honduran Patrol Vessel, Tegucigalpa, Colombian patrol boats, the Escanaba and its small boat conduct training exercises. U.S. Coast Guard photo by ENS Ray Chaisson Post Written by Ensign Ray T. Chaisson, USCGC Escanaba Public Affairs Officer USCGC Escanaba (WMEC 907) USCGC Escanaba recently participated in a multilateral naval exercise with the Colombian and Honduran
Guardians detain personnel aboard a self-propelled semi-submersible (SPSS) captured in the Eastern Pacific off the coast of Central America. After finding the vessel was loaded with narcotics, Guardians seized the SPSS and detained the four crew members. (U.S. Coast Guard Photo) Click on the image to view more photos from the drug bust. Guardians from
Members of the Coast Guard Maritime Security Response Team perform a vertical insertion on the U.S.S. Cape St. George, Oct. 21, 2009, as part of the Spartan Rings maritime security exercise. Click on image for more information and imagery on the Spartan Rings exercise. (U.S. Navy Photo) The Cleveland Browns were not the only ones
In response to the powerful earthquake and tsunami that has already claimed about 34 lives, the Coast Guard sent a C-130 plane to American Samoa to deliver aid and assess damage. The plane also transported American Samoa Gov. Togiola Tulafono, who was in Honolulu when disaster struck at home. Click here to watch a video
Guardians from Station Seattle, Aids to Navigation Team Puget Sound, Integrated Support Command Seattle, and District 13 offices along with the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 1373, gathered at the grave site of Signalmen 1st Class Douglas Munro on Friday to mark the 67th anniversary of his heroic actions while evacuating nearly 500 Marines during
Coast Guard Cutter Mohawk and other U.S. Armed Forces along with some of its international counterparts gathered at Naval Station Mayport to hold Fuerza Aliadas Panamax, a multinational exercise focused on defending the Panama Canal. Although the exercise is annual, this is the first time the command and control efforts for the 30 ships, 12