Paratus Report: June 2018, episode 2

The newest episode of the Paratus Report is out! The Coast Guard welcomed its new senior leaders and recognized the gold and silver Ancient Mariners.


General Messages Weekly Round-up

All Hands selects several messages to publish in a weekly post to help raise awareness about specific messages and useful information.


Enlisted Empowerment—The Female Perspective: IT2 Ashley Munnelly

Blog series created by YN2 Courtney Myers
This is the eighth in a series of Q&A blog posts highlighting enlisted female leaders serving in the U.S. Coast Guard. Be sure to check back monthly for more career insight, mentorship and inspiration.


Enlisted Empowerment—The Female Perspective: YN1 Blake Tilton

Blog series created by YN2 Courtney Myers
This is the seventh in a series of Q&A blog posts highlighting enlisted female leaders serving in the U.S. Coast Guard. Be sure to check back monthly for more career insight, mentorship and inspiration.


Enlisted Empowerment—The Female Perspective: MST2 Ashley Moore

Blog series created by YN2 Courtney Myers
This is the sixth in a series of Q&A blog posts highlighting enlisted female leaders serving in the U.S. Coast Guard. Be sure to check back monthly for more career insight, mentorship and inspiration.


Enlisted Empowerment—The Female Perspective: SK1 Amanda Distasio

Blog series created by YN2 Courtney Myers This is the fifth in a series of Q&A blog posts highlighting enlisted female leaders serving in the U.S. Coast Guard. Be sure to check back monthly for more career insight, mentorship and inspiration. What has […]


Enlisted Empowerment—The Female Perspective: IT2 Melissa Mercado

Blog series created by YN2 Courtney Myers This is the fourth in a series of Q&A blog posts highlighting enlisted female leaders serving in the U.S. Coast Guard. Be sure to check back monthly for more career insight, mentorship and inspiration. What is […]


Take Action: Alcohol Awareness Month – Think before you drink

April is Alcohol Awareness Month, designed to increase command awareness and understanding, reduce stigma, and encourage people to focus on alcohol-related issues. The effects of alcohol misuse and abuse continue to be significant for the Coast Guard and have an impact on our ability to execute our missions. It’s your duty to protect your shipmates if they’re at risk of hurting themselves or someone else. Intervening early and at low levels, such as by asking an intoxicated member if he/she has a plan for transportation home or ensuring he/she is not left alone, makes it less likely that the situation will escalate. In other words, taking action early should curtail or put an end to the dangerous situation, thus preventing an alcohol incident.


Enlisted Empowerment BM3 Steph Horvat

Enlisted Empowerment—The Female Perspective: BM3 Steph Horvat

Blog series created by YN2 Courtney Myers This is the third in a series of Q&A blog posts highlighting enlisted female leaders serving in the U.S. Coast Guard. Be sure to check back monthly for more career insight, mentorship and inspiration. What is […]


Enlisted Empowerment SK1 Guillory

Enlisted Empowerment—The Female Perspective: SK1 Shantel Guillory

Blog series created by YN3 Courtney Myers This is the second in a series of Q&A blog posts highlighting enlisted female leaders serving in the U.S. Coast Guard. Be sure to check back monthly for more career insight, mentorship and inspiration. What do your daily […]


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