USCGC STRATTON WMSL 752

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CGC STRATTON Virtual Town Hall with Captain Bob Little on Tuesday March 24th at 1030 Pacific Time.CAPT Bob Little is hav...
03/23/2020
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CGC STRATTON Virtual Town Hall with Captain Bob Little on Tuesday March 24th at 1030 Pacific Time.

CAPT Bob Little is having a virtual town hall for the families & Crew of CGC STRATTON. If you have questions regarding COVID-19 and its impacts on CGC STRATTON & its Crew join CAPT Little on Zoom.

Link Below:
https://us04web.zoom.us/j/198158375

An awesome Facebook post designed in Canva by Reggie Reynolds.

07/10/2019
U.S. Coast Guard Pacific Area

U.S. Coast Guard Pacific Area

The crew aboard the Coast Guard Cutter Stratton (WMSL 752) moored July 5 in Sydney Harbor, kicking off the ship’s second international port call on its Western Pacific patrol!

Operating under the tactical control of commander, 7th Fleet, the cutter is engaging in professional exchanges and capacity building with partner nations and will patrol and operate as directed.

The crew of the Stratton, a 418-foot national security cutter, is preparing for Talisman Sabre, a U.S. Indo-Pacific Command sponsored exercise that trains U.S. and Australian forces across high-end, mid-intensity warfighting scenarios involving a Combined Task Force.

Read more here: http://bit.ly/WMSL752_Sydney

📽 by PA2 Jasmine Mieszala/deployed

#Stratton #USCG #CoastGuard #USCoastGuard #WMSL #WMSL752 #WesternPacific #partnerships #Commander7thFleet #C7F #Sydney #PACAREA #cutter #patrol #NationalSecurityCutter #Indopacific #interagency #Patrol #Talismansabre #Australian #TS19

STRATTON was a major contributor as part of the Coast Guard's record setting year in the Counter-Drug Mission.  Below ar...
09/25/2017
Inside the Coast Guard's record $6B year in drug seizures

STRATTON was a major contributor as part of the Coast Guard's record setting year in the Counter-Drug Mission. Below are some pictures from the offload event where Attorney General of the United States, Congressman Duncan Hunter (Chairman of the Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation Subcommittee), and the Commandant of the Coast Guard made the announcement on STRATTON on 20 September.

Here are some links to the press coverage of the event:

http://abcnews.go.com/US/inside-coast-guards-record-billion-year-cocaine-seizures/story?id=49988568

http://abc7news.com/alameda-coast-guard-ship-instrumental-in-massive-cocaine-bust/2438036/

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/checkpoint/wp/2017/09/20/as-trump-presses-for-a-border-wall-theres-a-new-coast-guard-record-for-drug-seizures-at-sea/?utm_term=.208e0a7b4d62

http://video.foxnews.com/v/5584415222001/?#sp=show-clips

Miles off the coast of California, a Customs and Border Protection aircraft armed with high-powered surveillance cameras locked in on a tiny object glimmering in the horizon. Suspicious, authorities zoomed in closer and observed a triangular submarine-like vessel operating almost completely...

STRATTON Followers:  Please see below some press from today's event where the U.S. Attorney General, Congressman Duncan ...
09/20/2017
As Trump presses for a border wall, there’s a new Coast Guard record for drug seizures at sea

STRATTON Followers: Please see below some press from today's event where the U.S. Attorney General, Congressman Duncan Hunter (Chairman, Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation Subcommittee), and the Commandant of the Coast Guard announced a record breaking year of drug seizures, cocaine removal and suspects detained for U.S. prosecution. STRATTON served as the platform for today's announcement having recently completed a counter-drug patrol in the Eastern Pacific.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/checkpoint/wp/2017/09/20/as-trump-presses-for-a-border-wall-theres-a-new-coast-guard-record-for-drug-seizures-at-sea/?utm_term=.a1bf7789443d

The service has seized more than 455,000 pounds of cocaine through Sept. 11 in the fiscal year that will end Oct. 1, breaking the record of 443,790 pounds set last year.

07/19/2017

Bay Area Coast Guard Members, Families, and Friends,

Please SAVE THE DATE for CG DAY 2017!

I am pleased to announce that Base Alameda will be hosting the 2017 Bay Area Coast Guard Celebration right here on Coast Guard Island on 4-Aug-2017 from 1000-1400.

It's going to be a GREAT EVENT! Very similar to last year with fun for the entire family:

Live Music, Zip Line, Bouncy Houses, Obstacle Course, Carriage Rides, Toddler Play Area, Food, Beverages, and a CG Helo Flyover!

Flyer attached. Much more information to follow in the coming days.

Hope to see you all there!

v/r,

CAPT Jon Hickey
Commanding Officer
Coast Guard Base Alameda
Coast Guard Island, Bldg 21
Alameda, CA 94501
Office: (510)437-5371
Cell:(510)332-7724

Coast Guard Day Flyer 2017.pdf

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