USCG D.O.G.s Training

Think you have what it takes to join the Coast Guard's Deployable Operations Group? Check out these videos and see for yourself.



Learn more about available Special Operations opportunities.

The DOG, established in July 2007, provides the Coast Guard and interagency partners a one-stop shop for adaptive forces readily deployable to respond to the threats facing the United States. The DOG conducts its A&S program once a year on the Massachusetts Military Reservation, located on the same land as Air Station Cape Cod, Mass. The A&S program is similar to the Department of Defense’s selection process of special force units.

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- Rescue Swimmer Standards
- Helicopter Rescue Swimmers
- Pass Military Swimming Tests
- Swimming With Fins

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