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Feb. 7, 2024

Coast Guard Foundation Scholarships 2024 Open Season is here!

Application window is February 1 through April 1. Find out how to apply!

Feb. 7, 2024

Lt. Andre Jones Butler - Shaping success through civil rights and mentorship

Embodying Coast Guard’s core values, Lt. Andre Jones Butler was the 2023 recipient of NAACPs Roy Wilkins Renown Service Award!

Feb. 6, 2024

Strengthening Coast Guard culture

The Coast Guard establishes an Enterprise Victim Advocate, encourages reporting by removing barriers, and more to address sexual assault and harassment in the Service.

Feb. 2, 2024

Drumroll ... Meet CG-OWL, the Coast Guard’s future learning management system

Thanks to all those whooo participated and submitted recommendations.

Feb. 2, 2024

First to serve, first to fight and first to sacrifice — African Americans in the U.S. Coast Guard

The history of African American participation in the Coast Guard and its predecessor services dates back to the very founding of the Service in 1790.

Feb. 1, 2024

Celebrate Black History Month with the Coast Guard!

Mark your calendars! This year’s event, African Americans and the Arts, will take place Feb. 15th at 1100 EST. Join in person or online!

Jan. 31, 2024

Coast Guard's Manta Virtual Desktop revolutionizes work

Seamless connectivity, enhanced productivity, and a complete overhaul of the outdated VDI.

Jan. 29, 2024

Forward focused: Groundbreaking ceremony held for new Coast Guard Base Charleston campus

Base Charleston is slated to become the service’s largest homeport and a base for global operations, training and support.

Jan. 29, 2024

Good Order and Discipline: Fiscal Year 2023 Fourth Quarter report

Leaders throughout the Coast Guard are encouraged to share this message with their units and talk about the importance of adhering to the Coast Guard’s core values.

Jan. 26, 2024

Rollin Fritch — Silver Star hero of Attack Transport Callaway

“Rollin Fritch’s devotion to duty reminds us how to conduct ourselves aboard this ship. He manned his gun until the very end.” — Lt. Jason McCarthey, Cutter Rollin Fritch’s first commanding officer