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Nov. 30, 2021

November is National Adoption Month: A roadmap to adopting a child

Here are some guidelines to expanding your family through adoption

Nov. 30, 2021

Hackers among us

New Cyber “Red Team” tests Coast Guard cybersecurity defenses

Nov. 26, 2021

The Long Blue Line: Charleston—over 230 years of Coast Guard service and growth in South Carolina!

The City of Charleston, S.C., has been a Coast Guard base of operations for over 230 years and its importance to the service has increased throughout its history.The nation’s first Treasury Secretary, Alexander Hamilton, founded the U.S. Revenue Cutter Service in 1790, stationing one of the “first fleet” of 10 cutters, the South Carolina, in

Nov. 23, 2021

Training Center Petaluma grows organically

Training Center Petaluma has over 300 acres of the training center property dedicated to organic farming

Nov. 22, 2021

Here’s how to access your military records as the Coast Guard transitions to new record management system 

The Coast Guard is currently transitioning the Official Military Personnel File (OMPF) previously known as the EI-PDR, to its new Human Resource Data Base, the Interactive Personnel Electronics Records Management System (iPERMS). iPERMS will improve Records Management and provide a compliant electronic records management of military human resource

Nov. 19, 2021

The Long Blue Line: Catching the rumrunners—Coast Guard adopts new technology during Prohibition

[Prohibition] was a hard unremitting war with few of the rewards normally accompanying performance of such duty. Yet under the law, the Coast Guard had no alternative but to conduct it with zeal and dedication, utilizing all the resources at its command. The story of the “Noble Experiment” is in large part a Coast Guard story.    Commandant Edwin

Nov. 18, 2021

Frontline Focus: Crew of Coast Guard Cutter Spencer returns home after a 33-day patrol and more. 

Crew of Coast Guard Cutter Spencer returns home after a 33-day patrol; 17 mariners  rescued in two days highlights importance of preparation, partnerships; America's only heavy icebreaker departs Seattle homeport; bound for Antarctica; and Coast Guard, partner agencies investigating cause of Southern California pipeline fracture.

Nov. 18, 2021

BZ: Putting training to the test, 2021 recipients of the Captain Frank A. Erickson and Commander Elmer F. Stone Aviation Awards, Coast Guard honors fallen, Apply for grants

Bravo Zulu to A-school students at TRACEN Yorktown! Boatswain’s mate A-school students and instructors at Training Center (TRACEN) Yorktown diverted from their studies Oct. 20 to respond to two search and rescue cases. While conducting two-boat towing operations, on the York River, students and crew of a 38-foot training boat observed a pontoon

Nov. 18, 2021

Quit smoking beginning with the “Great American Smokeout”

The American Cancer Society is encouraging people to quit smoking on this one day 

Nov. 17, 2021

Coast Guard Inspirational Leadership Awards seeking 2022 nominations

Resources for how to submit the most impactful nomination package for your shipmates