The Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer, with a Coast Guard Law Enforcement Detachment aboard, conducted counter-narcotics operations in the Caribbean and Eastern Pacific. Read more HERE.
Fire broke out the evening of 18 August when the Seattle-based icebreaker was about 60 miles off Seward, Alaska. Here's the Coast Guard news RELEASE.
Read about the ceremony and see the PHOTOS.
You can watch the ceremony video HERE. (Caution: Very poor audio)
Here's video of the ship's final PATROL. (Skip the ads when you can)
Read details HERE
The new unit is Tactical Operations Control Squadron (TOCRON) TEN. Learn about its purpose in this NAVY NEWS RELEASE.
The carrier will undergo an overhaul at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, and will switch homeports from San Diego to BREMERTON.
Puget sound Naval Shipyard (PSNS) will get the largest share of Navy Reservists, mobilized to fill in for civilian employees beached by COVID-19. The Navy calls the activation to help four shipyards UNPRECEDENTED.
The Seattle-based Coast Guard ship, the nation's only heavy icebreaker, held a a "modified" change of Command June 12 at the Mare island, CA, DRYDOCK
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