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May 5, 2021

VIDEO: In the ER: Coast Guard petty officer shares his experiences with COVID-19

Short video detailing Brown’s experiences with treating COVID-19 patients in the hospital.

May 5, 2021

Coast Guard clinics are now vaccinating military dependents

As of April 30, 2021, Coast Guard clinics are authorized to vaccinate Coast Guard dependents

April 26, 2021

Ask the CMO: A discussion on COVID-19

Ask the CMO: A discussion on COVID-19 with Chief Medical Officer, Rear Adm. Dana Thomas and Dr. Iman Martin, a lieutenant commander in the Coast Guard.

April 21, 2021

Coast Guard Surpasses 50% Fully Vaccinated – Full Speed Ahead to Restore Readiness

As of April 16, 2021, the Coast Guard has fully vaccinated over 50% of its members, and another 10% are partially vaccinated.

April 14, 2021

Lifesaving Mission: Base New Orleans, ATC Mobile team up to deliver vaccines throughout the 8th Coast Guard District.

On a cloudless, sun-parched afternoon in late March, Petty Officers 2nd Class Cody Childress and Casey Zachry — both health services technicians assigned to Base New Orleans — touched down in a Coast Guard MH-65 Dolphin helicopter at Sector Corpus Christi, Texas. Awaiting their arrival was a large group of Coast Guard members, eager to receive

March 25, 2021

Mass vaccination sites are helping the U.S. honor Vietnam War veterans

Mass vaccination sites for military veterans are helping with more than just health - they're enabling the country to honor our remaining Vietnam War veterans before they're gone for good.We are losing about 557 Vietnam War veterans every day - over 200,000 now - due to old age, illness, or other factors. The Vietnam War Commemoration (VWC) program

March 9, 2021

Operation Honey Bee: The Coast Guard is flying COVID vaccines

The Eleventh Coast Guard District has been getting creative in distributing vaccines throughout the Pacific Area. Recently, the district saw an opportunity to use reallocated vaccine doses and deliver them to units in need. They called it:“Operation Honey Bee”It’s the unofficial name given by the district’s response division that causes laughs and

Feb. 12, 2021

NEW: Travel, leave policy for Calendar Year 2021

The Coast Guard has announced updated policy regarding travel and leave limitations and procedures due to the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.The major revision is that you can seek approval for official travel or leisure travel from the first O-5/GS-14 in their chain of command, or your unit CO/OIC. Previously, approval had to come from

Jan. 29, 2021

New Shipmate Form will help you welcome incoming members

The U.S. Coast Guard has a new tool to help commands get to know newly arrived members.It’s called the “New Shipmate Form” and is intended for all active duty, reserve, civilian and auxiliary members who are transitioning to a new command or position.The form, shown here, asks get-to-know-you type questions about a member’s interests, goals,

Jan. 29, 2021

Good to go: USCG authorizes PCS and HHG shipments for 2021

PCS and household good shipments are authorized until further notice, and the Coast Guard is optimistic that the 2021 PCS season will go smoothly.Key initiatives from last year will remain in place to support members relocating due to permanent change of station (PCS) orders. Meanwhile, a New Shipmate Form will help units make the transition easier