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2023 Coast Guard Public Affairs Awards winners.
Coast Guard Announces 2023 Haley-Simpson Public Affairs Awards Winner
April 12, 2024
Units, members, and employees recognized for excellence in public affairs.

U.S. Coast Guard Seaman Arsene Katumbayi graduates from U.S. Coast Guard Training Center Cape May during a ceremony, Sept. 15, 2023 –as a new fleet member and a naturalized citizen. In conjunction with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, the U.S. Coast Guard allows eligible residents to become naturalized citizens after successful completion of boot camp by conducting applicable interviews and screenings during training, meeting with the Staff Judge Advocate, and passing their citizenship test. Cape May is one of four training centers now authorized to certify honorable service for members’ citizenship applications. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Gregory Schell)
New: Coast Guard streamlines naturalization services for Coast Guard recruits, reservists, and active-duty members
April 11, 2024
Four TRACENS now authorized to certify honorable service for members seeking U.S. citizenship.

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Finding childcare just got easier
April 10, 2024
Coast Guard childcare is now offered through

You can now access your CGMHRR from iPERMS, the interactive Personnel Electronic Records Management System
How to access your Coast Guard military records
April 10, 2024
New electronic system streamlines access for members and the Veteran Affairs Office.

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CDC updates guidance for respiratory viral illnesses to include COVID
April 9, 2024
If you’re feeling unwell, stay home and social distance. For severe cases, contact your clinic or doctor.

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