USCG Academy Cadets 1st Place Achievement
A team from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy took first place at the annual Sanremo International Institute of Humanitarian Law Competition for Military Academies. They work together in multinational teams to solve complex problems that arise before, during, and after a simulated armed conflict.
Coast Guard Cutter Munro Crew With Seized Drugs
The crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Munro gather in formation behind seized contraband during a drug offload in Alameda, California. The crew was responsible for nine interdictions, seizing approximately 10,200 pounds of cocaine and 11,450 pounds of marijuana.
Cutter Crew Prepares To Launch Small Boat
U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Seneca's crew prepares the ship's 26-foot Over the Horizon small boat to be launched for Living Marine Resources Fisheries boardings at an undisclosed location off the U.S east coast.
USA Patriotism! ... Article > USCGC Stone Completes Operation Southern Cross by U.S. Coast Guard PO3 John Hightower and SCPO Sara Muir
Taking the newly-accepted U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Stone on its shakedown cruise, its crew covered over 21,000 miles (18,250 nautical miles) over 68 days during its a patrol to the South Atlantic in support of counter illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing in association with Operation Southern Cross.
USA Patriotism! ... Article > Cutter Kimball's Indo-Pacific Counter-Illegal Patrol by U.S. Coast Guard PO3 Ryan Fisher
While patrolling approximately 3,600 miles in the Philippine Sea, the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Kimball’s law enforcement team conducted its first ever at-sea boarding and expanded on the multilateral fisheries enforcement co-operations such as the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission.
Coast Guard Cutters Crew Interdict Smuggling Vessels
Crews aboard two Alameda-based Coast Guard cutters interdicted three suspected drug smuggling vessels in the Eastern Pacific Ocean between Jan. 26 - Feb. 1, 2021 and seized more than 9,000 pounds of cocaine worth an estimated $156 million.
USCG Cutter Harriet Lane Returns After 71-Day Patrol
The U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Harriet Lane returns to its homeport in Portsmouth, Virginia after conducting a 71-day patrol in the Eastern Pacific Ocean and Caribbean waters in support of counter-narcotics operations in the Western Hemisphere to disrupt transnational crime organizations.
Breaking Ice On The Hudson River
U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Penobscot Bay, a 140-foot bay-class icebreaking tug, breaks ice on the Hudson River in support of Operation Reliable Energy for Northeast Winters.
Cutter Polar Star Efforts Expanding Remote Arctic Region Knowledge
The Seattle-based Coast Guard Cutter Polar Star (WAGB 10) arrived in Juneau for a logistics stop as the crew nears the end of their months-long Arctic deployment conducting scientific research and protecting the nation’s maritime sovereignty and security throughout the polar region.
Ice Cutter Northland and The Greenland Patrol
The Coast Guard Cutter Northland was a cruising class cutter designed to replace the famed wooden Arctic cutter Bear. In World War II, it took into custody the first enemy vessel and German personnel taken by U.S. forces. During its 20-year career, it became the most important U.S. vessel in the Arctic.
Coast Guard Cutter Tahoma Returns Home
The U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Tahoma (WMEC 908) crew prepares to moor at their homeport in Kittery, Maine after conducting 28 at-sea law enforcement boardings and responding to three search and rescue cases resulting in nine lives saved during their 58-day patrol.
New Coast Guard Cutter Charles Moulthrope
The commissioning crew of U.S. Coast Guard Cutter (USCGC) Charles Moulthrope (WPC 1141) stands proudly on the ship's decks at Coast Guard Base Portsmouth, Virginia shortly after it was commissioned into service at Coast Guard Base Portsmouth.