Hurricane Harvey rumor control

Sunday, September 3, 2017

Originally posted by LaDonna Davis, Thursday, August 31, 2017 There are a lot of rumors floating around the internet in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. Unfortunately, there are also many scams out there trying to take advantage of people’s good will during this massive flood event. FEMA has put together a rumor control website to fact check […]

Port conditions in affected Hurricane Harvey areas

Saturday, September 2, 2017

Originally posted by LaDonna Davis, Tuesday, August 29, 2017 Hurricane Harvey port conditions as of 28 Aug 2200 HOUSTON – The Coast Guard along with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Texas General Land Office have the current port conditions set within the effected areas of Hurricane Harvey and surrounding areas of the […]

Coast Guard Boats

Saturday, September 2, 2017

Originally posted by PA2 Diana Honings, Saturday, August 19, 2017 A boat crew returns from the SEMAR Independencia with Mexican navy sailors aboard for a partnership meeting on the Coast Guard Cutter Dauntless in the Gulf of Mexico, Mar 11, 2017. The visit’s intent was to have a friendly exchanging of ideas and best practices […]

To report a #harvey emergency you must call numbers below or 911 for assistance. If busy keep trying. Do not report distress on social media

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

#USCG has rescued more than 3600 people in #Houston. 20 aircraft are conducting SAR operations in Hurricane #Harvey response. To report a #harvey emergency you must call numbers below or 911 for assistance. If busy keep trying. Do not report distress on social media  

Deputy Commandant for Operations 227th Coast Guard birthday message

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Originally posted by PA2 Diana Honings, Friday, August 25, 2017 Written by Vice Adm. Charles Ray Deputy Commandant for Operations A U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Douglas Munro boat crew transits international waters in support of Operations North Pacific Guard, Aug. 15, 2017. Operation North Pacific Guard is a multilateral effort by North Pacific rim nations […]

Honoring the Families of the Fallen, A TAPS Gathering of Survivors

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Written by Robert Yslas, Jr., AUXPA1 The men and women of our armed services sacrifice more than what is asked of them. They leave their families, friends, and loved ones in order to carry out the mission of our country and unfortunately, some pay the ultimate sacrifice for freedom. As loved ones gather around a […]

Signalman 1st Class Douglas Albert Munro, the only CG awarded the Medal of Honor

Sunday, August 20, 2017

 Article written by Douglas J. Manifold, AUXPA1 Douglas Albert Munro – Guadalcanal  Saving Lives Seventy-five years ago, September 27, 1942, Coast Guard Signalman Douglas Munro died at Guadalcanal. Munro enlisted in the Coast Guard because, “The Coast Guard is focused on saving lives, not taking them.”   Following basic training, Doug was assigned to the CG-manned […]

How can you help tell the Coast Guard stories for the National Coast Guard Museum?

Thursday, August 17, 2017

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Have you ever walked on a grass airfield and watched the planes take off and land on grass?

Monday, August 14, 2017

Article and Photos by Tom Ceniglio, AUXPA1, USCG Auxiliary I did last Sunday. You might add this visit to your bucket list especially if you live in the Northeast or are an aviation history buff. My family was invited to attend a breakfast to support the Bayport Aerodome Society in Bayport, NY. It was a warm […]

The USCG Combat History and US Coast Guard Auxiliary Overview

Saturday, August 12, 2017

Article and Photos by Tom Ceniglio, AUXPA1, USCG Academy Admissions Partner. I conducted a Coast Guard In Combat History class to approximately 150 swabs (newly attending cadets) in Leamy Hall on Thursday, August 3rd from 7 pm to 9:30 pm. The swabs had been working together just 4 weeks at the US Coast Guard Academy. The […]

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