Coast Guard Academy Making Investments to Bolster Seamanship
Each year, the academy graduates about 200 "service-ready" ensigns.
Coast Guard Human Resources Chief: 'Totality of Events' Lead Women to Leave
A study from the RAND Corp. made public last week detailed the wide-ranging reasons women leave the Coast Guard.
Why Are so Many Women Leaving the Coast Guard?
More than 80 percent of focus group participants brought up gender bias as a reason why women leave the Coast Guard.
An Oscar-Style Reveal of Future Coast Guard Posts
Forty-four percent of the 243 cadets in the 2019 graduating class got their top choice.
Lockheed Pledges $1 Million to Coast Guard Museum Project
The company will have a wing of the museum named after it called the Lockheed Martin Saving Lives by Air Gallery.
USS South Dakota Joins Fleet as 'Most Modern Sub in the World'
The stealth USS South Dakota, a Virginia-class fast-attack submarine, is the Navy's first millennial submarine.
Study to Examine Housing Impact on Sub Workers, Sailors in Connecticut
The Pentagon-funded study will focus on housing needs created by the Navy's purchase of more submarines.
Coast Guard Food Pantry Assists 1,000 People as Shutdown Continues
Organizers of a pop-up food pantry at the Coast Guard Academy estimate they have helped close to 1,000 people since Monday.
Coast Guard Academy Gets Lesson in Inclusive Leadership
Freeman A. Hrabowski III challenged the audience to come up with a two-minute answer to the question: What's your story?
Coast Guard to Go Without Pay if Shutdown Continues Through Weekend
U.S. Rep. Joe Courtney of Connecticut took to the House floor to shares stories of how Coasties in his state are affected.
Coast Guard Cadets Get Closer to Space
Coast Guard Academy cadets soon will be able to communicate with satellites in space from classrooms on campus.
Lawmakers Take Coast Guard to Task Over Academy Bullying Allegations
U.S. Rep. Joe Courtney and two of his colleagues say the Coast Guard has not fully complied with their request for documents.
New Coast Guard Academy Lab to Train Cybersecurity Officers
A 2,000-square-foot cyber lab at the Coast Guard Academy will be used by cadets studying to become cybersecurity officers.
Lawmaker Pushing Coast Guard Academy to Use Congressional Nominations
A proposal in Congress would require 50 percent of each incoming class at the Coast Guard Academy to come from a pool of cong...
Coast Guard Academy Cadets Dive to Study Rate of USS Arizona Corrosion
The World War II battleship is submerged in about 40 feet of water and leaks from 2 to 9 quarts of oil per day.
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If Marines have a problem with women they should "go somewhere else," Gen. David Berger said.
Group Condemns 'Soldier Santa' Holding 'God bless America' Sign at Army Base
A blow-up Santa Claus on an Army base is deflating holiday cheer for promoting Christianity, an activist group complains.
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Pensacola Gunman Got Around a Ban on Foreigners Buying Guns
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Wisconsin National Guard Leader Resigns in Wake of Sex Assault Review
Maj. Gen. Donald Dunbar is the nation's longest-serving state National Guard commander.
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Coast Guard Seizes 9,300 Pounds of Cocaine During Recent Patrol
The drugs seized are valued at $165 million.
Coast Guard Rescues Florida Dog Spotted Swimming for its Life
The crew of the U.S. Coast Guard Station Fort Myers Beach safely pulled the dog on board their vessel.
Coast Guard, Navy Boats Collide in Alaska; 9 Injured
Both vessels were damaged. The incident is under investigation.