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Tag: cutter

Dec. 13, 2023

Eight bells and all is well!

The Eight Bells Celebration honors traditions of sea service, nautical writings.

Aug. 16, 2023

The Coast Guard is investing in underway connectivity ... and it’s paying off!

This next-generation upgrade provides a twenty-fold increase in the speed of shipboard networks.

June 23, 2023

The Long Blue Line: 80 years ago — Escanaba saves hundreds of lives and then perishes

The ship saved about 150 men who were cast into a very cold sea. Most of the men were helpless due to the cold, their hands and feet were frozen, many were unconscious, and only one group were in a boat.

April 17, 2023

Progress made; more work needed for safer work spaces. 

We need your help to continue eliminating hazardous conditions in your workplace.  

Dec. 21, 2021

Time to weigh in on cutter workloads 

Editor's Note: link has been fixed.Here’s your chance to tell it like it is, cutter crews: How do you feel about your inport workloads? The Sea Duty Readiness Council (SDRC) has put out a new survey to gather feedback on this much-discussed issue, and they want to hear from you.  It’s part of the Coast Guard’s effort to find ways to lessen the load

Feb. 5, 2021

A homage to sea duty in the Coast Guard – Successes, challenges, and being underway

As a sea service, we celebrate the perseverance of our shipmates who serve in the cutter community.

Dec. 10, 2020

Game changer? Coast Guard tests unmanned surface vehicles

Self-driving boats might help with SAR, crowd control, smuggling and migrant interdiction