Explore the aircraft, cutters and boats used by the Coast Guard to conduct various missions throughout the world.
Coast Guard Cutter Eagle transits down the Savannah River towards Savannah, Georgia, Mar. 15, 2019, in front of the Tybee Island Lighthouse. The Eagle arrived in Savannah for St. Patrick’s Day weekend with over 100 guests on board. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Ryan Dickinson)
The crew and Coast Guard Academy cadets assigned to Coast Guard Cutter Eagle set sail stations in the Caribbean Sea on May 31, 2018. The 295-foot Barque Eagle is the flagship of the U.S. Coast Guard and serves as a training vessel for cadets at the Coast Guard Academy. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Johanna Strickland/Released)
Students from the New London High School ROTC help steer the Coast Guard Cutter Barque Eagle May 10, 2018. The cutter is about underway to New London, Connecticut with members of the Coast Guard Foundation, Coast Guard Academy, New London Rotary Club and students in the New London High School Navy ROTC. Coast Guard Photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Brandon Murray.
The majestic sailing ship, the Coast Guard Cutter EAGLE, provides USCG Academy cadets and officer candidates with their first taste of sea and salt air. Built in Germany in 1936 and re-commissioned by the United States at the close of World War II, the EAGLE is the largest active tall ship flying the Stars and Stripes.