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Cmdr. Matthew Walker, previous Engineer Officer at ALC, Professional Engineer and a finalist in the National Society of Professional Engineers 2020 Federal Engineer of the Year Award, oversaw the configuration management and technical approval for the upgrades to the MH-65E variant. In this photo, CDR Ryan Popiel flies Rear Adm. Nathan Moore - who is also a Professional Engineer - on the upgraded MH-65E, highlighting the benefits the Echo models provides the operator.
Coast Guard celebrates its Professional Engineers 
By Lt. Matt Faha and Capt. Patrick Dugan  | Aug. 4, 2021
The Sixth Annual National Professional Engineers Day highlights how vital these critical skills are to our mission 

LT Nikki Barnes will compete in the Women's 470 Sailing during the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.
Olympic sailing: Lt. Barnes' medal race is happening LIVE, right now
By | Aug. 4, 2021
Tune in NOW to watch our shipmate race live in Tokyo!

Inspirational Leadership Awards
Coast Guard recognizes inspiring leaders
By | Aug. 4, 2021
Service Members, Civilians and Auxiliarists recognized for superior leadership across the service 

Graphic celebrating 231 years of the U.S. Coast Guard.
The Long Blue Line: Coast Guard Day edition
By William H. Thiesen, Historian, Coast Guard Atlantic Area | Aug. 4, 2021
How Alexander Hamilton's cutters are moving into the future, 231 years after we became "America's "first fleet"

Coast Guard Petty Officer 2nd Class Jason Guard and Petty Officer 2nd Class Carlos Alexander, in a server room located at Coast Guard Sector New York on Fort Wadsworth, Staten Island, New York, June, 26, 2007. Coast Guard information systems technician's are responsible for establishing and maintaining Coast Guard systems.
U.S. Coast Guard photo by Chief Petty Officer Tom Sperduto
Collaborative Cyber Response showcases strength of Coast Guard capability 
By MyCG Staff | Aug. 3, 2021
Sector New York protects U.S. supply chain against malicious cyber attacks