Relationships between the United States and countries in Central and South America are critical to the Coast Guard’s continuing efforts to intercept the flow of drugs in the Caribbean Sea and Pacific Ocean, key maritime transit zones leading to the U.S. border. For one Coast Guardsman, building a partnership between two nations became a reality.
Did you know that the Coast Guard Auxiliary has an Interpreter Corps? With as much as the Coast Guard works with other nations, this is an important job. Just one more thing that the Auxiliary does to help out the Coast Guard. Check it out here.