U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliarist Linda Jones. Photo courtesy of Aux. Linda Jones.

Honor, Respect, Devotion to Duty: Auxiliarist Linda Jones

Coast Guard Auxiliarist Linda Jones has used her experience with her debilitating illness, career as a school teacher and those she works with to become an inspired leader earning her the recognition of the Commodore Charles S. Greanoff Inspirational Leadership award.


Week in the life of the Coast Guard 2017 – Monday

Today begins our Week in the Life 2017 series. This series will provide you with an insider’s view of what a typical week looks like for Coast Guard members. We will take you from coast to coast, showing you the different aspects of life in the Coast Guard. From standing watch or training on the water to supporting our frontline operations, we will highlight the day-to-day lives of Coast Guard men and women throughout the country and overseas. Let’s start the journey!


Underway

A day in the life at Station Yankeetown

Coast Guard crewmembers at small boat stations across the country stand watch 24 hours a day, seven days a week, rain or shine, hot or cold, 365 days a year. Ready at a moment’s notice, these men and women spring into action whenever called upon to save those in peril. To them, it’s just a day in the life of a small boat station.