The Long Blue Line: Coast Guard Cutter Campbell, part 2

In this continuation of Coast Guard Cutter Campbell’s story, Campbell and its crew survive a glancing blow from a Nazi-manned U-boat. The cutter’s 46-year career spanned WWII, the Korean and Vietnam wars and housed one of the most famous Coast Guard mascots in the service.


The Long Blue Line: Coast Guard’s “Queen of the Fleet” and the Battle of Convoy ON-166, part 1

Coast Guard Cutter Campbell, commissioned in 1936, is considered the “Queen of the Fleet” as the longest-lived and most famous of the 327-foot Secretary class cutters. In this week’s Long Blue Line series we share the first part of Campbell’s history and its brave convey escort through waters infested with Nazi submarines.


2014 Videos of the Year: Coast Guard Cutter Life

2014 Videos of the Year: Coast Guard Cutter Life

We’ve reached the half-way point in our top 10 competition. See what life is like aboard a Coast Guard cutter with this time-lapsed video from Coast Guard Cutter Campbell!