Dear Coast Guard Family: Living your best Coast Guard life

Once a month, Coast Guard All Hands will feature “Dear Coast Guard Family,” a column for Coast Guard families by Coast Guard spouse Rachel Conley. In this post, Rachel shares a personal story about overcoming obstacles and provides tips and resources for us all.


Paratus Report: December 2017, Episode 2

The newest episode of the Coast Guard Paratus Report is now live! In this episode, we’ll take a look at our service accomplishments this year and provide new guidelines for LAMS!


Military Families Month: Creating a culture of support

As we close this month of thanks, here are some simple ways to show gratitude to the many individuals sitting beside us or living within our communities.


Inspire: Ms. June Ledwith

Ms. June Ledwith was selected as the 2017 George R. Putnam (Civilian) Inspirational Leadership Award winner for her outstanding leadership.


National Adoption Month 2017: Teens need families, no matter what

This year’s theme, “Teens Need Families, No Matter What,” centers on teenagers who have spent years in foster care needing the commitment and care of a loving family to help them transition into adulthood.


Benefits to be “Thankful” for

It is by the support of our service, our members, our families, and our nation we remain Semper Paratus.


Dear Coast Guard Family: Military Family Month

Once a month, Coast Guard All Hands will feature “Dear Coast Guard Family,” a column for Coast Guard families by Coast Guard spouse Rachel Conley. This first post offers some heartfelt words in celebration of Military Family Month.


Coasties Helping Coasties

Veterans Serve Each Other

Written by Coast Guard Commandant Adm.Paul Zukunft For more than 227 years, the men and women of the United States Coast Guard have served for a cause far greater than themselves. This year is no different. In late August the […]


From The Homefront: The Power of a Good Story

After four years, hundreds of interviews and thousands of words, this will be my last installment of From the Homefront, and I wanted to take the chance to express my gratitude for the opportunity to share your lives in this space.


From The Homefront: High school transfers

Military kids who transfer during high school face uncertainty about their standing and when they will graduate. Meanwhile, their families may face decisions about whether to live separately or to leave the service to avoid the disruption.


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