ATLANTIC OCEAN - Petty Officer 1st Class Matt Hare hands Chief Petty Officer Brian Smith a lube oil sample as the crew works to remove a failed reduction gear lube oil pump aboard the Coast Guard Cutter Dallas Feb. 7, 2012.  This is the fourth time engineers have had to change the pump on Cutter Dallas' current patrol.  U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Patrick Kelley.

Coast Guard Engineering: A multidisciplinary team dedicated to guarding our homeland through technical expertise

Behind every Coast Guard mission is a dedicated team of engineers charged with keeping our aircraft, cutters, boats, and shore infrastructure both operational and technologically at the cutting edge. Coast Guard engineering as a whole encompasses several engineering disciplines…


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Impacts of a Potential Continuing Resolution or Lapse in Appropriation

Today, United States Coast Guard men and women are standing the watch around the world in service to our Nation. Our efforts and mission success depend on reliable and predictable funding.


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Coast Guard Reserve: 74 years of reliable response

One of the world’s most famous war-time leaders, Winston Churchill once noted, “In battles two things are usually required of the Commander-in-Chief: to make a good plan for his army and, secondly, to keep a strong reserve.” Since its creation by Admiral Russell Waesche, the 8th Commandant of the Coast Guard, on February 19, 1941, the Coast Guard Reserve has time and again proven itself to be that strong reserve capability to which Churchill referred.


Operation Deep Freeze

Heading south for the winter: Engineers keep a venerable cutter underway

Without them, the ship goes nowhere. The 93 members of the engineering department aboard Coast Guard Cutter Polar Star are responsible for the propulsion, steering, electrical, sewage, ventilation, firefighting and damage control systems on board the heavy icebreaker supporting the U.S. Antarctic Program through Operation Deep Freeze 2015.


2014 Videos of the Year: Underwater Egress

2014 Videos of the Year: Underwater Egress

Go upside down with crews from Air Station Savannah as they conduct underwater egress training in the sixth video in our top 10 video competition!


Videos of the Year 2014: Ice Rescue Training

2014 Videos of the Year: Ice Rescue Training

Coast Guard crews train in some frigid conditions in the fourth video in our top 10 competition.


2014 Videos of the Year: High-Speed Pursuit Training

2014 Videos of the Year: High-Speed Pursuit Training

Do you have the need for speed? Ride along as with Coast Guard crews from south Texas as they conduct high-speed pursuit training in the second video in our top 10 competition!


It's back...Coast Guard 2014 Videos of the Year

It’s back…2014 Coast Guard Video of the Year!

We are pleased to announce the 2014 nominees for Coast Guard Video of the Year. We’ve selected the top 10 videos, the best of the best, as this year’s nominees. Now, we need your help in deciding the top Coast Guard video for 2014!


Winter safety tips

7 tips to keep you safe on the water this winter

If you plan to participate in any water activity this winter – know what will keep you safe! Planning and preparation are key to any safe outing on the water, but also knowing some basic safety and cold-water immersion tips can help save your life. Here are 7 tips to help keep you safe on the water this winter.


Training overseas Coast Guard: Djibouti

Training an overseas Coast Guard: Djibouti

Each year, working with the international affairs staff, members travel to countries around the globe providing technical training and consulting services in maritime law enforcement, small boat operation and maintenance, search and rescue and infrastructure development for countries with waterway law enforcement programs.


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