On October 10, 1966, the Coast Guard and U.S. Air Force joined forces to open the National Search and Rescue School in Yorktown, Virginia, to provide training in oceanic, coastal and inland search planning procedures. The school, which has delivered training to 30,000 people, including more than 2,400 international students from 150 nations, recently celebrated 50 years of Service to Nation.
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With more than 1,000 instructors across the FORCECOM enterprise, the role these Coast Guard members play is crucial. And once in a while, the instructors take the care to go above and beyond their everyday duties and showcase their commitment to influencing the future of Coast Guard mission execution. Such is the case with Lt. Roger Bogert.
Solar arrays installed at Coast Guard facilities across Puerto Rico will increase renewable energy production while significantly reducing energy intensity on the island. Additional efficiency improvements to housing units provided by this landmark project will bring much needed comfort to Coast Guard residents on the island. U.S. Coast Guard photo. Written by Andrea Snyder, Coast