New year, new filter: BM3 Logan Kellogg

Petty Officer 3rd Class Logan Kellogg, a boatswain’s mate at Station Seattle. Photo courtesy of Petty Officer 3rd Class Logan Kellogg.

Petty Officer 3rd Class Logan Kellogg, a boatswain’s mate at Station Seattle. Photo courtesy of Petty Officer 3rd Class Logan Kellogg.

The Coast Guard continues our #NewYearNewFilter and the launch of our official Instagram account with a new perspective this week! We’ve asked Coast Guard members from around the fleet to be guest Instagrammers and in the past few weeks you’ve seen perspectives from Seaman Frank Iannazzo-Simmons at Patrol Forces Southwest Asia, Chief Warrant Officer Donnie Brzuska at Training Center Cape May, Petty Officer 1st Class Ian Powell’s life as a rescue swimmer and Seaman Rebecca Ward’s life aboard a buoy tender. This week, Petty Officer 3rd Class Logan Kellogg will share his life at a Coast Guard small boat station. Read his introduction below, then follow us on Instagram!

My name is Logan Kellogg, and I am a third class boatswain’s mate at Coast Guard Station Seattle, Wash. As one of the largest and busiest small boat stations in the country, we are responsible for approximately 3,000 nautical miles of Puget Sound’s shoreline. Our primary missions at Station Seattle include: search and rescue, escorting Washington State Ferries, cruise ships and U.S. Navy vessels, as well as conducting an average of 600 vessel boardings each year. While not at work, I enjoy hiking throughout western Washington, biking, snowboarding and playing disc golf. I am also very passionate about photography, and I look forward to showing a behind-the-scenes look here at Coast Guard Station Seattle.

Follow instagram.com/uscg for more behind-the-scenes views like this! U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Logan Kellogg.

Follow instagram.com/uscg for more behind-the-scenes views like this! U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Logan Kellogg.

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