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.
Friday’s week in the life of the Coast Guard 2014 features a new response boat small in St. Petersburg, Florida, working in tight spaces at Station Seattle, gun inspections in Portsmouth, Va., local partnership training in Kodiak, Alaska and underway preparation on the Cutter Mako in Cape May, N.J.
Sure, 20-25 years is really looking ahead, but when it comes to strategy development the Coast Guard can never be too forward thinking. The Evergreen II Project Report, which is put together with input from the entire Coast Guard family as well as maritime industry stakeholders, has been published and is available here. The Office
On Tuesday, October 13, at 2:00 p.m. EDT, the Commanding Officer of Coast Guard Cutter Legare, Commander D. Scott Bauby, will be discussing the Legare’s role in Africa Partnership Station. The cutter recently returned from a three-month deployment working with African coastal nations in real-time law enforcement missions under the direction of Commander, U.S. Naval