Editor’s note: This instructor profile is part of a series profiling some of the best instructors and company commanders at Training Center Cape May, N.J. Force Readiness Command will be featuring outstanding instructors regularly who go above and beyond to help shape the future of the Coast Guard at our eight training centers. Petty Officer 1st Class Lisa Zammiello is a senior instructor at Training Center Cape May and helps lead the unit’s firefighting school.
In order to preserve these beneficial mentoring relationships, and more clearly define prohibited behavior, Rear Adm. Scott Buschman has issued a general order prohibiting romantic relationships between instructors (including former instructors) and recent graduates of recruit training. Any person who teaches or instructs at a FORCECOM training command is prohibited from establishing, developing or attempting to develop a romantic relationship with a graduate of recruit training within one year of that recruit’s graduation.
Fourteen. That’s the number of search and rescue cases that Petty Officer 1st Class Rick Bauz has worked where he and his crew couldn’t rescue everyone. If he’s asked how many cases he’s worked where he’s saved a life, he just shrugs and says “I don’t really count them because I was just doing my job.”
The Coast Guard is a locally based, nationally deployed and globally connected organization. Coast Guard men and women can be found rescuing mariners in the Persian Gulf or safeguarding fisheries in the waters off Hawaii. So what does it take to acquire the skill sets necessary to save lives in one moment and then secure America’s ports the next? The answer for many is the eight-week intensive recruit training program at Training Center Cape May, N.J.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to go through Coast Guard bootcamp? Click on the image to go to the Coast Guard Basic Training Interview Series YouTube playlist. Over the summer, five recruits were following through basic training at our Training Center in Cape May, NJ. You can watch their interviews and get a
FORT WORTH, Texas – Captain Marcus Woodring congratulates a class of recruits who were sworn into service at halftime of the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl in Fort Worth, Texas, Dec. 31, 2009. More than 25 recruits from recruiting offices in San Antonio, Dallas and Houston took the oath during the ceremony. (U.S. Coast Guard
Chief Warrant Officer Veronica Bandrowsky and Petty Officer Second Class Amir Lawal contributed to this post. BMCS Martynowski in front of Recruit Company X-Ray 181 “This job is rewarding to say the least,” said Senior Chief Boatswains Mate (BMCS) Andrea L. Martynowski about her responsibilities at Coast Guard Training Center (TRACEN) Cape May. Last Friday