Honor, Respect, Devotion to Duty: Air Station Kodiak crew – Capt. Frank Erickson Award winners
The Coast Guard recently recognized an Air Station Kodiak aircrew with the Capt. Frank Erickson Award. The award is prese...
The Long Blue Line: “Siempre Preparado” – operations of Revenue Cutter Algonquin
Revenue Cutter Algonquin, commissioned in 1898, was a re-assuring sight on San Juan's waterfront for 13 years. It was kno...
Avoiding tragedy 100 years after Princess Sophia sinking
Canadian Steamer Princess Sophia. Photo courtesy of Wikipedia.This year marks the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Canadian passenger steamer Princess Sophia. Princess Sophia h...
Honor, Respect, Devotion to Duty: Auxiliarist Joe Giannattasio
Joe Giannattasio has worn many hats in his life. Restaurateur, pharmaceutical company representative, purveyor of fine ic...
The Long Blue Line: Native Americans – one of the longest serving minorities in the Coast Guard
Photograph of the U.S. Life-Saving Service crew at Neah Bay, Washington Territory. The crew members were predominantly Makah Tribe members. U.S. Coast Guard Collection.Native Americans from a variety of tribal nations have participated in the Coast Guard and its predecessor services since...


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