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Oklahoma Coast Guard unit supports crucial DOD missions, trains Coast Guard inspectors

What is the U.S. Coast Guard doing in Oklahoma? This is a question asked of members of the Container Inspection Training and Assistance Team almost every day. So what is this group of marine safety professionals doing in the place where the wind goes sweeping down the plains? Keeping people safe from improperly transported hazardous materials, that’s what


Mike Di Trani, command security officer at U.S. Coast Guard Sector New York, debriefs with members of the Coast Guard Police Department, Maritime Safety and Security Team New York, Coast Guard Investigative Service, Sector New York and Coast Guard Auxiliary after the last group of runners cross the start line of the 2014 TCS New York City Marathon on Fort Wadsworth, Nov. 2, 2014. The group discusses the effectiveness of the measures put in place to ensure the safety and security of all the runners and vendors and how to improve for 2015’s event. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Ann Marie Gorden

Coast Guard ensures safety for 2014 NYC Marathon

Coast Guard Sector New York shares a unique history with the New York City Marathon in that the race pre-stages its runners at Fort Wadsworth, which is co-located with the Sector in Staten Island. For 18 years, the Coast Guard has been behind the scenes, working to produce a functioning event and ensuring that every aspect of the start of the race runs smoothly for the athletes, spectators, and volunteers.


FS2 Ali Ganjour

Recipe for Success: FS2 Ali Ganjour

Varied experiences and diverse backgrounds are what each and every Coast Guard member brings to the service. These two things combine to form talented, motivated and skilled crews that perform each of the Coast Guard’s 11 missions. Petty Officer 2nd Class Ali Ganjour brings both to the table.


Milwaukee Admirals

Coast Guard, Milwaukee Admirals score goal with developing partnership

With a name like “Admirals,” it seems only natural that the popular American Hockey League team in Milwaukee would forge a relationship with the Coast Guard in that city. And that’s exactly what has developed during the past few years thanks to Sector Lake Michigan’s community outreach efforts.


AST3 Bates

Honor, Respect, Devotion to Duty: AST3 Brett Bates

So others may live. It’s the creed of Coast Guard rescue swimmers and a promise the Coast Guard makes to those in danger. It’s also a motto that Petty Officer 3rd Class Brett Bates lives by.


A sponsor's role

Building the national security cutter: A sponsor’s role

Being the spouse of an ‘ancient mariner’ provides a unique perspective into the world of Coast Guard cutters and life at sea. However, Linda Kapral Papp, wife of retired Adm. Bob Papp, is getting a different view of the cutter fleet through her new role: sponsor of the Coast Guard’s fourth National Security Cutter, Hamilton.


Air Station Savannah

Preparation keeps Coast Guard crews ‘Semper Paratus’

Members of the U.S. Coast Guard have, throughout the service’s history, defined the meaning of our motto “Semper Paratus” through their bravery and perseverance. Semper Paratus, Latin for “always ready”, is fitting for the service whose members always respond to calls for help.


Cmdr. Gesele

Like (grand)father, like (grand)son

Navigating into Kwajalein harbor, I could only imagine what it was like in the late 1940s, early 1950s when my grandfather served as a U.S. Navy harbor pilot in these same waters. Kwajalein Atoll is located in the Pacific Ocean, just north of the Equator and west of the International Date Line. Kwajalein was liberated by U.S. Forces during World War II in early 1944.


Ryan Olson

Honor, Respect, Devotion to Duty: ME1 Ryan Olson

As a qualified Naval enlisted expeditionary warfare specialist, Olson used the skills and proficiencies he attained and honed through military training and deployments to the Middle East as part of PSU 313, to traverse the dangerous and unstable ground. Olson led reconnaissance patrols, setting waypoints that would eventually become the working grid map for the entire western division of the slide area.


Austin Reed

Recipe for success: SNFS Austin Reed

One of the newest crewmembers aboard Coast Guard Cutter Munro, a 378-foot high endurance cutter homeported in Kodiak, Alaska, is food specialist Austin Reed. A recent graduate of the Coast Guard’s food service specialist “A” school, Reed is just finding out what it’s like to be part of a team aboard a Coast Guard cutter.


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