The 1943-1944 U.S. Coast Guard "Cutters" hockey team. U.S. Coast Guard photo.

Making waves on the ice

With the National Hockey League’s Stanley Cup Playoffs heating up we bring you the story of the World War II-era Coast Guard Cutters, described by hockey historian Stan Fischler as “a team of brawling and boisterous sailors who knew how to win.”


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Let’s play ball!

With the World Series now in full swing, many Americans are headed to the ballpark to cheer on their team. Known as “America’s pastime,” baseball is symbolically American. But as long as baseball has been important to American culture, so too has it held meaning for our nation’s servicemembers.


itCG-CGC Sea Fox commissioned, false alert SAR, softball tournie, CG vet named Legionnaire of the Year

Coast Guard Cutter Sea Fox was commissioned yesterday at Naval Base Kitsap-Keyport in Washington. CGC Sea Fox is an 87-foot patrol boat with a crew of 10 Guardians. The cutter is commanded by Chief Warrant Officer Michael Lemay. To view […]