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April 21, 2022

FSMS: Progress report from the Incident Command

The new FSMS Homepage: Navigating to Full Operational Capability has been launched!  This centralized site brings all FSMS tools into one single location. You’ll find continued updates, searchable job aids, demos and discussion boards. If you use FSMS, you’ll want to bookmark this new microsite and spend time familiarizing yourself with all the

April 21, 2022

Frontline Focus: Container ship grounded in Chesapeake Bay refloated after 35 days, and more

Container ship grounded in Chesapeake Bay refloated following 35-day salvage operation, Maryland; Coast Guard to host groundbreaking ceremony at Base Boston for Fast Response Cutter pier construction, Massachusetts; Coast Guard medevacs swimmer near Dauphin Island, Alabama; Coast Guard Sector New Orleans holds change-of-command ceremony, New Orleans, Louisiana; and Coast Guard terminates three illegal charter vessels in San Diego Bay, California.

April 20, 2022

Civilian administrative leave authorized for voting

New policy from Civilian Human Resources

April 19, 2022

2021 Naval Engineering Awards Recipients Announced 

SFLC, Cutters Hamilton and Hollyhock, and buoy tenders recognized for tremendous impact in the fleet

April 19, 2022

Eclipse 2022: CGA's flagship diversity & inclusion event

After nearly 50 years, the CGA’s flagship diversity and inclusion event is stronger than ever

April 18, 2022

New policy ensures pay for postpartum Reservists

Mothers with qualifying birth events will have paid authorized absences in lieu of inactive duty for training

April 18, 2022

GS-13 civilians: Grow your leadership skills with SLTC

Dedicated time to focus on growth as a civilian leader in the Coast Guard

April 18, 2022

Coast Guard Academy Participates in NSA Cyber Exercise 2022

Practicing cyber security with higher institutions.

April 15, 2022

The Long Blue Line: “The land turned to liquid”—Coast Guard operations in the Great Alaska Earthquake

The land turned to liquid. A long slice of the seaward edge of the plain…a section nearly a mile long and as much as six hundred feet wide-compacted, slumped, and then slid into the bay… men tumbled into the water, grasping for anything – timbers, boxes, debris-to stay afloat. One clung to the side of the fissure before he too, fell in. In the