Captain Gregory N. Todd, U.S. Navy Chaplain Corps, has been named the next Chaplain of the Coast Guard. He will relieve Captain Gary P. Weeden and report aboard in May 2014.
On one of those Miami mornings the rest of the country wishes for, a group of Coasties gathered in the breezy sunshine on the waterfront to do what most people might: talk finances.
Moments ago, Coast Guard Commandant Adm. Bob Papp announced the selection of Master Chief Petty Officer Steven Cantrell as the next Master Chief Petty Officer of the Coast Guard. “A number of outstanding Master Chiefs with diverse backgrounds applied for […]
Coast Guard All Hands sends out a bravo zulu to the men and women of Coast Guard Cryptologic Services Group Maritime Intelligence Fusion Center Pacific for their leadership in the intelligence community. Recently, the team was recognized with the Department of Homeland Security’s 2013 Intelligence Leadership Award.
Military Saves Week is an annual reminder to servicemembers and their families to think about the future, assess their personal savings status and create a plan to ensure financial security for your future. Having piece of mind about your families financial future is a critical element of personal and unit readiness.
As a ship captain I always enjoyed going up to the bridge to check in with the watchstanders, to scan the horizon and check our progress on the charted course. The State of the Coast Guard Address gives me a similar privilege as Commandant, and yesterday I delivered my fourth and final annual Address in the recently dedicated CDR Raymond J. “Ray” Evans Conference Center in the new Douglas A. Munro Coast Guard Headquarters Building.
Coast Guard All Hands sends out a bravo zulu to Petty Officer 1st Class Sean Stone, assigned to the Atlantic Strike Team. Last week, Stone was recognized for his devotion to duty and setting an example for his fellow shipmates with a Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst servicemember spotlight. Read on to learn more about what makes Stone such a great representative of Team Coast Guard.
Our last column was, without a doubt, our most popular. It was so much fun to share all of the unique facets of Coast Guard life. It made me wonder what kids think about what our Coasties do all day.
In a ceremony held yesterday, Coast Guard Commandant Adm. Bob Papp, alongside Connecticut Governor Dannel P. Malloy, New London Mayor Daryl Justin Finizio and James J. Coleman, Chairman of the National Coast Guard Museum Association, signed a Memorandum of Agreement detailing the cooperative relationships and mutual commitments required to establish a National Coast Guard Museum proposed to be built in New London, Conn.
The Coast Guard Reserve was established on February 19, 1941 to serve as a ready, reliable and flexible surge force in support of Coast Guard missions. On the 73rd anniversary of this important date, it seems only fitting to say, “Bravo Zulu,” to you, the men and women who make up the Coast Guard Reserve, for recently achieving a 90% readiness rate and for all of the outstanding contributions you have provided over the years.