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Dec. 22, 2021

Five new stations present opportunity for young leaders

Enlisted members below the rank of chief petty officer recently got some new opportunities to lead. In August 2021, the Coast Guard opened five new stations and opted to allow boatswain’s mates to apply to be officer-in-charge (OinC), a role that traditionally requires the rank of chief petty officer.  Petty Officer 1st Class Christian DiPaolo says

July 21, 2021

Leader of the Week: Senior Chief Petty Officer Austin Hunt

Our Leader of the Week is Senior Chief Austin Hunt, a damage controlman assigned to the Pacific Strike Team!

July 7, 2021

Leader of the Week: Chief Petty Officer Robert L. Davis

Our Deckplate Leader of the Week is Chief Petty Officer Robert L. Davis from Sector Guam Waterways Management Division!

June 21, 2021

Mandatory training reminder: Veterans employment

Reservists now required to take this training, which is also mandatory for Supervisors/Hiring Managers of civilians, HR professionals, SES, National Guard and Ready Reserve members.

June 18, 2021

U.S. Coast Guard welcomes new vice commandant

Adm. Charles W. Ray: 'It is my privilege to pass the reigns of vice commandant to Adm. Fagan, a true trailblazer and inspiration.'

June 16, 2021

Leader of the Week: Chief Petty Officer Josh Jurgens

Our Coast Guard Leader of the Week is Chief Petty Officer Josh Jurgens, a boatswain’s mate currently serving as the executive petty officer of Station Shinnecock on Long Island, New York.

June 9, 2021

Leader of the Week: Senior Chief Petty Officer Brynn Simonetti

Our Coast Guard Leader of the Week is Senior Chief Petty Officer Brynn Simonetti, a storekeeper assigned to U.S. Coast Guard Recruiting Office Washington, DC!

May 26, 2021

Leader of the Week: Senior Chief Petty Officer Nicolas Lanthier

Our Leader of the Week is Senior Chief Petty Officer Nicolas Lathier

May 14, 2021

Podcast: Becoming a Rear Admiral in the Coast Guard

Rear Adm. Melissa Bert attended the Coast Guard Academy when only 10% of cadets were female.