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Commentary | Feb. 7, 2022

You’re invited: 2022 State of the Coast Guard on Feb. 24

By MyCG Staff

Mark your calendars so that you don’t miss this year’s State of the Coast Guard Address. Livestream the event from your workstation or personal device, or join your unit’s watch party.  

The Commandant looks forward to sharing stories from across the service, highlighting the tremendous accomplishments of our workforce.  

 There are multiple ways to tune in Feb. 24, at 1pm EST  

During the address, you can join the conversation on social media. Visit the Vice Commandant’s Facebook page (@ViceCommandantUSCG) or Twitter account (@VComdtUSCG) using #CoastGuard2022.   

Not available to watch the livestream? The full video will available online for you. 

If your unit plans to host a watch party, register your event through the State of the Coast Guard Address CG Portal using the watch party community site. Watch party questions and coordination can be directed to Lt. James Carzoli

Commands are encouraged to host discussions following the Commandant’s address. To help leaders facilitate these events, a conversation guide will be distributed through the Commandant’s FLASH Brief and posted on the State of the Coast Guard portal site. 

Join the conversation: This year’s theme for State of the Coast Guard is “United in Service.” Coast Guard members can share what #UnitedInService means to them via Facebook or Twitter.