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April 19, 2024

Never Give Up

The Coast Guard will officially welcome its tenth Legend Class National Security Cutter, USCGC Calhoun WMSL 759, in a commissioning ceremony April 20, 2024, in Charleston, South Carolina. The 418-foot cutter is named after Master Chief Charles Calhoun, the first master chief petty officer of the Coast Guard.

March 14, 2024

The only remnant of a sunken Coast Guard cutter

The bonze placard is the only verified artifact from the Coast Guard Cutter Tampa, which sank in September 1918 off the coast of Wales, just before the end of World War I.

Aug. 17, 2022

Commandant to officiate keel-laying ceremony for the National Coast Guard Museum 

The new building will offer free, interactive opportunities to explore the service’s past and future. 

April 8, 2022

Coast Guard to join sister service branches by getting its own national museum

Groundbreaking expected to take place late summer or early fall 2022

March 11, 2022

Fair winds and following seas: Coast Guard Museum curator retires

“Her work with young cadets will ensure her legacy will be intact for decades yet to come.”

March 11, 2021

SOTCG: Get all the details on the Commandant's announcements

This afternoon, Commandant Karl Schultz outlined the Coast Guard’s perseverance through a difficult year, and highlighted encouraging developments in our efforts to advance as a mission ready service.  

Nov. 2, 2020

National Disability Employment Awareness Month

Jennifer Gaudio, Curator Coast Guard Museum, talks about her challenges with early-onset Parkinson’s Disease, and how the Coast Guard family has been there for her. “I honestly don’t think I would have made it these past ten years without the friendship and support of people in the Coast Guard.”