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U.S. Coast Guard welcomes new vice commandant
Adm. Linda Fagan relieved Adm. Charles Ray as the 32nd Vice Commandant of the Coast Guard during a Change of Watch ceremony at Coast Guard Headquarters, June 18, 2021. Ray retired after more than 40 years of service in the Coast Guard.
Adm. Charles W. Ray: 'It is my privilege to pass the reigns of vice commandant to Adm. Fagan, a true trailblazer and inspiration.'
'Only through abandoning our comfort zones can we undo the hold of racism'
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A message from Dr. Terri Dickerson, Civil Rights Director
The Long Blue Line: Glimpses through a mustered past—uncovering African-American cuttermen through Civil War muster rolls
Contraband sailors on the Union Navy receiving ship USS Vermont, moored at Port Royal, South Carolina, during the Civil War. (
For the last 10 years, NOAA and the National Archives and Records Administration have been collaborating to make a trove of historical information and data available to the public online.
DHS employees will observe Juneteenth tomorrow, June 18
Department of Homeland Security
S1 released the announcement in an all hands email today
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