A boatcrew member at Coast Guard Station Washington, D.C. keeps a watchful eye during a Homeland Security patrol on the Potomac River – Monday, Nov. 16, 2009.. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Brandyn Hill.) Guardians assisted in the search for a lost Michigan hunter yesterday. A helicopter deployed from Air Station
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A video crew for the ESPN2 show “First Take” filming as part of its Veterans Day coverage from USCG Training Center Cape May. (U.S. Coast Guard photo/CWO Veronica Bandrowsky) From President Obama‘s address at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier to Commandant Allen and Secretary Napolitano‘s tribute on Coast Guard Hill, America honored the veterans
A Coast Guard Petty Officer makes final preparations to the front stage for the memorial ceremony at Air Station Sacramento Friday, Nov. 6, 2009. The service was for the Coast Guard and Marine Corps aircrew who lost their lives in a midair collision the evening of Thursday, Oct. 29, 2009. U. S. Coast Guard photo
On Wednesday, the Coast Guard held a traditional wreath laying ceremony for Guardians lost at sea in honor of the crew of Rescue 1705. (Coast Guard photos and video)
Video of CGC Valiant offloading five tons of cocaine seized during a 30-day patrol in the Caribbean Sea. (Coast Guard video by Petty Officer 3rd Class Nick Ameen.) Click here to read more. Later today, Air Station Sacramento will host a memorial service to honor the Guardians of Rescue 1705 who went missing after their
This painting by Coast Guard artist Ken Smith, titled “Air Station Savannah,” is the winner of the Coast Guard Art Program’s 2009 George Gray Award. “Air Station Savannah” headlines “Semper Paratus,” an exhibition of Coast Guard art on loan to the Pritzker Military Library in Chicago until January 2010. Click on the image to learn
Thousands on Facebook have changed their profile picture to the patch worn by Guardians at Air Station Sacramento in tribute to the crew of Coast Guard C-130 “Rescue 1705”. Click on the image for a hi-resolution version of the patch. Thousands are using the Internet to honor the seven fallen Guardians lost this past weekend.