The U.S. Coast Guard Academy has called several places “home,” but it wasn’t until 1932 that the academy settled down permanently in New London, Connecticut. We’re celebrating the 85th anniversary with a short history of the academy – from its humble beginnings, to the Ivy League-caliber school it is today.
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The six weeks spent immersed in leadership discussions on Coast Guard history, core values, ethics, budget, conflict management and organizational change bolstered by a trip to Training Center Cape May, New Jersey, a mentoring session with recruits and cadets, and a tour of chase hall and the Coast Guard Museum was an experience of a lifetime for Senior Enlisted Leadership Course students.
It’s very rewarding when I get that follow-on phone call or discussion after class, and I can provide service to the students by answering a question or helping them out. It’s great to know that the students trust me to be there for them all the time, not just during class.
A team of scientists from the Coast Guard Research and Development Center, New London, Connecticut, is currently underway aboard Coast Guard Cutter Healy for a series of technology evaluations in the Arctic. The team departed Seward, Alaska, August 8 and is currently conducting operations off the North Slope.
We’ve reached the last day in our Week in the Life of the Coast Guard series. Earlier today we featured the Coast Guard newest recruits and to finish out the series we’re sharing a glimpse into the training of the service’s future officers at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy.
Marik Tucker and his family transferred from Louisiana to the Naval Submarine Base in Groton, Conn., when his family learned that he had a rare bone cancer known as osteosarcoma. Ten months later, cadets from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy men’s soccer team in New London, Conn., “adopted” Marik after contacting Kelli through Team Impact, a program that matches sick kids with college athletic teams to provide a diversion from their medical realities and cultivate relationships.
Chief Warrant Officer Professional Development Class 01-12 stand for a photo after a day of community service. Chief Warrant Officer Riedel is in the second row back on the far right. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Chief Warrant Officer Scott Epperson. Written by Chief Warrant Officer Scott Epperson. Coast Guard missions make a difference in