In her short time aboard Coast Guard Cutter Stratton, Lt. j.g. Angela-Ruth Johnson, an Oak Harbor, Washington native, has had once in a lifetime experiences in the Indo-Pacific.
Secretary Duke announced the DHS Leadership Year on 1 OCT, a yearlong effort (FY18) to promote a culture of leadership excellence and highlight the importance of leadership at all levels. As part of the initiative, the Office of Leadership (CG-128) will highlight leadership opportunities available; give the fleet tools and resources to support leaders/supervisors in effectively managing performance, and to continue the leadership dialogue.
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Chief Warrant Officer Clint Morgan will be highlighting leadership development opportunities including Midgrade Officer and Civilian Transition Course 1 and 2, master’s degree with George Washington University, and the Chief Warrant Officer Professional Development program during the next Leadership Learning Café session.
A proud heritage, uncanny timing, and a treasure returned… Lt. Cmdr. Jonathan Schafler relates a story on finding a set of ribbons and a Key to the City of Washington, D.C., on Goodwill.com. With the support of the Goodwill staff, the key and ribbons were returned to their rightful owners – the family of deceased U.S. Coast Guard Cmdr. Albert Frost.
Reserve Program Administrators, RPAs, are specialists who fill an essential role in managing the Coast Guard Reserve Program. RPAs are Reserve officers on full-time active duty for the purpose of organizing, administering, recruiting, instructing and training members of the Reserve Component, RC.
Utilizing unique competencies, capabilities and authorities, the Coast Guard’s Defense Readiness and Operations mission supports the National Military Strategy and operations of the Department of Defense to support combatant commanders worldwide.
The Coast Guard is offering early retirement to active duty officers who have served 15 years of active service by October 1, 2015. Temporary early retirement authorization or TERA is a discretionary authority, not an entitlement. It is a voluntary program used as part of a comprehensive workforce management strategy. TERA offers voluntary early
UPDATE: Click here to watch President Barack Obama’s commencement address to the Coast Guard Academy Class of 2011. The President of the United States, Barack Obama, addresses the Coast Guard Academy Class of 2011 during a live webcast at the 130th commencement May 18, 2011. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Patrick Kelley.
Post Written by Public Affairs Specialist 2nd Class Dan Bender Wednesday Adm. Allen delivered an address to the Coast Guard on its response to the earthquake in Haiti. He emphasized how their actions were a direct reflection of the service’s values and of it’s strengths, pointing out the speed, flexibility and compassion of those who