Leaders from across government, the Armed Forces and law enforcement came together at the Navy League’s Sea-Air-Space Exposition transnational organized crime panel to discuss these increases and the challenges the nation faces as a result. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Connie Terrell.

Partners join forces to take on transnational organized crime

Recently, leaders from across government, the Armed Forces and law enforcement came together at the Navy League’s Sea-Air-Space Exposition transnational organized crime panel to discuss increases of drugs, weapons, migrants, unaccompanied children and people with ties to terrorism into our country and the challenges the nation faces as a result.


Coast Guard Cutter Willow

The Arctic region: An emerging maritime frontier

Operating in the Arctic is not a new venture for the Coast Guard. However, adapting to changing conditions will require foresight, focus and clear priorities. It will also require the closest of collaboration with our partners in the State of Alaska. Improving awareness, modernizing governance and broadening partnerships will best position our Service for long-term success by ensuring safe, secure and environmentally responsible maritime activity in the region.


Admiral Papp and General Amos

#SAS12: Sea-Air-Space Expo

This week, the largest maritime exposition in the United States is taking place in the nation’s capital and the Coast Guard is center stage. Since 1965, the Sea-Air-Space Exposition has brought together the U.S. sea services, private-sector companies and key […]