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  • 14 Jan 2021 17:26 | Anonymous

    The ship returned to its homeport at Naval Station Everett Thursday, following its first DEPLOYMENT.

  • 02 Jan 2021 13:42 | Anonymous

    The Seattle-based icebreaker crossed 72 Degrees North on Christmas Day.  The photos illustrate that even at 10:30 AM local time, it's really dark up there in the WINTER

  • 22 Dec 2020 20:27 | Anonymous

    USCGC Active returned to Port Angeles Dec. 18 after seizing 9,200 lbs. of cocaine.  Read details and see the photos in this COAST GUARD RELEASE.

  • 22 Dec 2020 20:08 | Anonymous

    The Naval Air Station's first week of flight-noise monitoring was completed DEC. 19.

  • 21 Dec 2020 17:27 | Anonymous

    Read the Coast Guard NEWS RELEASE.

  • 05 Dec 2020 11:56 | Anonymous

    With Mt. Baker in the background, Coast Guard icebreaker Polar Star transits Puget Sound north of Seattle on Dec. 4.  Polar Star normally departs for Antarctica, but this year the pandemic has cancelled its Antarctic resupply mission.  (USCG photo by Petty Officer Steve Strohmaier) 
  • 04 Dec 2020 12:14 | Anonymous

    Replacement of the 106-ton starboard propulsion motor was finished Nov. 27 at Mare Island Drydock Co. in Vallejo, CA.   The motor sustained an electrical fire Aug. 18, while the ship was about 60 miles off Seward, Alaska.

    Watch the Coast Guard's COOL TIME-LAPSE VIDEO of the operation.  Now there's the little matter of putting the hull back together and testing the replacement...

  • 04 Dec 2020 12:06 | Anonymous

    The mission will be to escort Coast Guard Fast Response Cutters to the Persian Gulf.  The Commandant revealed the plan during a Navy League WEBINAR.

  • 02 Dec 2020 12:53 | Anonymous

    The aircraft carrier (CVN 68) had been conducting joint exercises with the Navy of India.  Here's the update from the U.S. NAVAL INSTITUTE.

  • 30 Nov 2020 13:28 | Anonymous

    This story centers on Coast Guard Seaman Katlin Kilroy, who bought dinner for a stranger in Greenland, and ended up accomplishing a diplomatic mission.

    The moral here is that if you're willing to take on increased responsibility, have a positive view of yourself, and do good things for others, you're well-prepared for the opportunities that come along.  Read the ARTICLE.

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