Year of the Coast Guard flag visiting units across the nation

As part of its continuing celebration of the Year of the Coast Guard, the U.S. Navy Memorial is once again offering the fleet an opportunity to show our Coast Guard pride. A special Year of the Coast Guard flag is making the rounds across the country to be flown, photographed and passed to every unit we can reach. So far, with the support of a number of district command master chief’s, the Year of the Coast Guard flag has traveled to San Juan, San Francisco, Petaluma, on the cutters Aspen and Sockeye, and is currently making its way around the Heartland.

Year of the Coast Guard celebrated at the Navy Memorial

Written by Lt. Cmdr. Pride Sanders Continuing a tradition passed down through generations of mariners and navies, the U.S. Navy Memorial’s 23rd Annual Blessing of the Fleets took place on Saturday, April 12, in Washington, D.C., in front of a […]

Lone Sailor Award recipient: Beau Bridges

Three of the newest Lone Sailor Award recipients were honored last week at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C.  The Bridges family, Lloyd, Beau and Jeff, are probably best known for their distinguished careers in Hollywood including their acting, […]