The USCGC Active was scheduled to return this week, after seizing more than 2,000 pounds of cocaine -- and detaining three suspected smugglers who later tested positive for COVID-19. Read the detailed RELEASE.
Ninety sailors relieve the caretaker crew. Here's the latest information from DoD.
Coast Guard Academy graduate Brian Runion, raised in Bellevue and now a USCG civilian employee, got tired of trying to explain what the service does -- and has done. So he got into cartooning. See the amusing results at this LINK.
It's National Nurses Week! Here are DETAILS.
The aircraft carrier is underway for pre-deployment training. Read more in this Navy Times ARTICLE.
The Navy has submitted its plan to CONGRESS.
The KC-46 project has had its bumps, but a redesigned Remote Vision System may lead to autonomous AERIAL REFUELING.
In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, USCG Rescue Swimmers at Sector North Bend sew masks for Coos Bay hospital MEDICAL PERSONNEL.
The Coast Guard's only heavy icebreaker returned to Base Seattle March 25 after its annual Antarctic deployment. See the STORY AND PHOTOS.
Read more about an unfortunate situation with SMALL SHIPYARDS.
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