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07/10/2019
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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

U.S. Coast Guard Pacific Area
06/29/2019

U.S. Coast Guard Pacific Area

The Coast Guard Cutter Stratton arrived in Fiji Thursday, marking their first international port call of their Western Pacific deployment!

While underway between Honolulu and Fiji, Stratton’s crew exercised the recently signed Fiji-U.S. bilateral shiprider agreement, which allows enforcement authorities from the two nations to jointly counter illicit activity at sea. Together, Stratton’s crew and an embarked Fijian fisheries officer, Josaia Maiwai, patrolled the United States and Fijian Exclusive Economic Zones.

“The United States is firmly committed to building on our countries’ shared interest in governance and security in the maritime commons,” said Capt. Bob Little, commanding officer of the Stratton. “Fiji has proven to be a strong partner in our efforts to counter transnational criminal activity in the Pacific such as illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing. We are making great strides in our ability to jointly protect our sovereign resources from those who do not recognize international laws.”

Read more here: http://bit.ly/WMSL752_Fiji

📸’s by PA2 Jasmine Mieszala/deployed

#Stratton #USCG #CoastGuard #USCoastGuard #CoastGuardCutterStratton #WMSL #WMSL752 #WesternPacific #partnerships #PACAREA #cutter #patrol #NationalSecurityCutter #Indopacific #interagency #Patrol #fiji #fisheries #bilateral #LMR

U.S. Coast Guard Pacific Area
06/25/2019

U.S. Coast Guard Pacific Area

U.S. Coast Guard crew members aboard USCGC STRATTON WMSL 752 recently made a port call to Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, to take on fuel and supplies en route to their Western Pacific deployment.

The U.S. Coast Guard’s deployment of resources to the region directly supports U.S. Foreign Policy and National Security objectives in the region as outlined in the National Defense Strategy and the National Security Strategy.

Operating with our U.S. 7th Fleet Pacific counterparts, we are dedicated to enhancing our capabilities and strengthening maritime governance and security while promoting individual sovereignty.

The U.S. Coast Guard's unique authorities, capabilities, and missions make us the maritime safety and security partner of choice for sea-going countries around the world, and our increased presence throughout the Indo-Pacific will enhance regional stability and improve maritime governance, safety, and security.

The crew rendered salutes while #Stratton sailed pass the USS Arizona Memorial honoring those who lost their lives during the attack on Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, 1941.

📸’s by PA2 Jasmine Mieszala

06/14/2019
U.S. Coast Guard Pacific Area

U.S. Coast Guard Pacific Area

Earlier this week the crews aboard the USCGC STRATTON WMSL 752 and the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Waesche departed Alameda to conduct operations on opposite sides of the Pacific.
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Stratton deployed to the Western Pacific Ocean where the Alameda-based Coast Guard Cutter Bertholf has been since departing the Bay Area in January. Stratton will operate in support of U.S. Indo-Pacific Command, which oversees military operations in the Western Pacific.
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The Waesche departed for a months-long deployment to the Eastern Pacific Ocean to conduct counterdrug operations. Earlier this year, Waesche returned to Alameda following a 95-day counterdrug patrol where the crew had two at-sea interdictions, seizing more than 6,300 pounds of cocaine.
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“The Coast Guard’s deployment of resources to the Indo-Pacific directly supports the United States’ goal to strengthen maritime governance, safety, and security across the region, and we do that by working with, and learning from, our many partners and partner nations in the region,” said Vice Adm. Linda Fagan, commander, Coast Guard Pacific Area.
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“The United States is a Pacific nation, and the Coast Guard has been operating in the pacific for over 150 years. We have developed long-standing partnerships with nations in the region, and we share a strong commitment to a free and open Indo-Pacific governed by a rules-based international system that promotes peace, security, prosperity, and the sovereignty of all nations.”
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Read more about their departures here: http://bit.ly/USCGPACAREA
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We wish these crews and their family members back home fair winds and following seas on their deployments!
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📽 by PACS Nyxolyno Cangemi, PAC John Masson and PA1 Matt Masaschi/Pacific Area public affairs
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09/30/2017
U.S. Coast Guard Pacific Area

BZ to the crew of the USCGC STRATTON WMSL 752!

"Each crew member contributed to the collective success of Stratton's patrol,” said Capt. Craig Wieschhorster, the commanding officer of the Coast Guard Cutter Stratton. “This was a complete team effort that takes an all hands on deck commitment."

The crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Stratton returned to Coast Guard Island following a deployment to the Eastern Pacific Ocean for a 75-day counterdrug patrol today. During the patrol, Stratton's crew interdicted 11 drug smuggling vessels and seized more than 18,500 pounds of cocaine and heroin with an estimated value of more than $350 million, and detained more than 40 suspected smugglers for prosecution in U.S. courts.

#USCG #lawenforcement #counterdrug #military

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"Each crew member contributed to the collective success of Stratton's patrol,” said Capt. Craig Wieschhorster, the commanding officer of the Coast Guard Cutter Stratton. “This was a complete team effort that takes an all hands on deck commitment."

The crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Stratton returned to Coast Guard Island following a deployment to the Eastern Pacific Ocean for a 75-day counterdrug patrol today. During the patrol, Stratton's crew interdicted 11 drug smuggling vessels and seized more than 18,500 pounds of cocaine and heroin with an estimated value of more than $350 million, and detained more than 40 suspected smugglers for prosecution in U.S. courts.

#USCG #lawenforcement #counterdrug #military USCGC STRATTON WMSL 752

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Below are some photos from last weeks press event. BZ USCGC STRATTON WMSL 752.
09/25/2017

Below are some photos from last weeks press event. BZ USCGC STRATTON WMSL 752.

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...

BZ to the crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Stratton!
09/21/2017

BZ to the crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Stratton!

"These drugs represent the scale of the threat transnational organized crime poses to our nation and to all peaceful nations of the Western Hemisphere," said Coast Guard Commandant Admiral Paul Zukunft, commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard. "The Coast Guard and Justice Department, along with interagency partners, are determined to commit our efforts to detect, interdict, investigate and prosecute the entirety of these criminal networks and end the drug fueled instability and violence in the region."

Today, Coast Guard men and women aboard the Coast Guard Cutter Stratton offloaded more than 50,000 pounds of cocaine and heroin worth more than $679 million wholesale, which was seized in 25 separate drug interdictions off the coast of Central and South America.

The Coast Guard and its interagency partners seized over 455,000 pounds of cocaine worth more than $6 billion wholesale in Fiscal Year 2017 breaking the U.S. record for most cocaine seized in a single year.

#USCG #WMSL #breakingrecords #borderprotection
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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

USCGC STRATTON WMSL 752 : UNDERWAYFair winds and following seas!
07/17/2017

USCGC STRATTON WMSL 752 : UNDERWAY
Fair winds and following seas!

USCGC STRATTON welcomes CAPT Craig Wieschhorster and Congratulates CAPT Nate Moore on a successful tour.  USCGC STRATTON...
06/10/2017

USCGC STRATTON welcomes CAPT Craig Wieschhorster and Congratulates CAPT Nate Moore on a successful tour. USCGC STRATTON's Change of Command ceremony was held on Thursday, June 8, 2017.

In this March 7, 2017 photo, the U.S. Coast Guard cutter Stratton steams through the eastern Pacific Ocean. The Stratton...
06/10/2017

In this March 7, 2017 photo, the U.S. Coast Guard cutter Stratton steams through the eastern Pacific Ocean. The Stratton is one of the first US Coast Guard’s national security cutters, the largest and most technologically advanced of the Coast Guard’s new class of cutters. (AP Photo/Dario Lopez-Mills)

In this March 7, 2017 photo, two U.S. Coast Guardsmen watch as a suspects transfer operation is underway from the U.S. C...
06/09/2017

In this March 7, 2017 photo, two U.S. Coast Guardsmen watch as a suspects transfer operation is underway from the U.S. Coast Guard cutter Stratton to the U.S. Coast Guard cutter Mohawk, while sailing in the eastern Pacific Ocean. The Stratton is one of three to five Coast Guard cutters covering 6 million square miles, from the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico to the eastern Pacific Ocean searching for drug smugglers. (AP Photo/Dario Lopez-Mills)

In this March 4, 2017 photo, the crew of the U.S. Coast Guard cutter Stratton cheer after a Coast Guardsman raises his l...
06/09/2017

In this March 4, 2017 photo, the crew of the U.S. Coast Guard cutter Stratton cheer after a Coast Guardsman raises his lawn chair that he won during a rock-paper-scissors competition on the flight deck of the cutter while it was patrolling the eastern Pacific Ocean. The Stratton is steaming more than 500 miles south of the Guatemala-El Salvador border, considered the biggest narcotics smuggling corridor in the world. (AP Photo/Dario Lopez-Mills)

In this March 7, 2017 photo, a sharpshooter who only wished to identify himself as Matt from the USCG HITRON (United Sta...
06/08/2017

In this March 7, 2017 photo, a sharpshooter who only wished to identify himself as Matt from the USCG HITRON (United States Coast Guard Helicopter Interdiction Tactical Squadron) assigned to the U.S. Coast Guard cutter Stratton, performs a gun exercise while flying over the eastern Pacific Ocean. The Coast Guard has been coming back with ever-larger drug hauls. It set a record in 2016, seizing more than 240 tons of cocaine with a wholesale value of $5.9 billion and arresting 585 smugglers.(AP Photo/Dario Lopez-Mills)

In this Saturday, Feb 25, 2017 photo, the ScanEagle unmanned aerial vehicle takes off from the flight deck of the U.S. C...
06/08/2017

In this Saturday, Feb 25, 2017 photo, the ScanEagle unmanned aerial vehicle takes off from the flight deck of the U.S. Coast Guard cutter Stratton somewhere in the eastern Pacific Ocean. The Boeing-made ScanEagle, was deployed aboard the Stratton for the first time during this three-month mission. (AP Photo/Dario Lopez-Mills)

In this Saturday, Feb 25, 2017 photo, technicians prepare the ScanEagle unmanned aerial vehicle prior to take off from t...
06/08/2017

In this Saturday, Feb 25, 2017 photo, technicians prepare the ScanEagle unmanned aerial vehicle prior to take off from the flight deck of the USCG cutter Stratton somewhere in the eastern Pacific Ocean. The Associated Press spent two weeks in February and March aboard the Stratton, the most advanced ship in the Coast Guard fleet, as 100-plus crew members patrolled the eastern Pacific, through which about 70 percent of the cocaine consumed in the U.S. passes. (AP Photo/Dario Lopez-Mills)

In this March 2 207 photo, an unidentified U.S. Coast Guardsman communicates with the pilot of a helicopter during take-...
06/07/2017

In this March 2 207 photo, an unidentified U.S. Coast Guardsman communicates with the pilot of a helicopter during take-off and landing exercises on the U.S. Coast Guard cutter Stratton in the eastern Pacific Ocean. For its drug interdiction operations, the Coast Guard is bringing more intelligence and technology to bear. Deep within the Stratton, specialists crunch data from radar, infrared video,helicopter sorties as well as other available sources. (AP Photo/Dario Lopez-Mills)

In this Feb 26 2017 photo, two U.S. Coast Guard fast boats carrying suspects detained in prior drug interdiction operati...
06/07/2017

In this Feb 26 2017 photo, two U.S. Coast Guard fast boats carrying suspects detained in prior drug interdiction operations are transferred from the USCG cutter Mohawk, seen in the background, to the USCG cutter Stratton, in the eastern Pacific Ocean. To comply with international laws, a U.S. Coast Guard cutter must transfer all detainees to other ships in international waters before making a foreign port of call to re-supply. (AP Photo/Dario Lopez-Mills)

In this Feb 23 2017 photo, a U.S. Coast Guard law enforcement team is lowered on a small boat from the USCG cutter Strat...
06/06/2017

In this Feb 23 2017 photo, a U.S. Coast Guard law enforcement team is lowered on a small boat from the USCG cutter Stratton after a target of interest was sighted in the Pacific Ocean several hundred miles south of the Guatemala-El Salvador border. One of the Coast Guard’s main missions is to intercept vessels hauling cocaine bound for America’s cities. It is a monumental task that has grown even larger in the past few years because of a boom in coca production in Colombia. (AP Photo/Dario Lopez-Mills)

In this Feb 22 2017 photo, the U.S. Coast Guard cutter Stratton steams in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Central Ame...
06/05/2017

In this Feb 22 2017 photo, the U.S. Coast Guard cutter Stratton steams in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Central America. The Stratton is one of three to five Coast Guard cutters covering 6 million square miles, from the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico to the eastern Pacific Ocean.(AP Photo/Dario Lopez-Mills)

In this Feb 22 2017 photo, a U.S. Coast Guard sailor scans the horizon with his binoculars just outside the bridge of th...
06/05/2017

In this Feb 22 2017 photo, a U.S. Coast Guard sailor scans the horizon with his binoculars just outside the bridge of the USCG cutter Stratton as it navigates the eastern Pacific Ocean near the coast of Central America. The Coast Guard set a record in 2016, seizing more than 240 tons of cocaine, but its victories seem doomed to be short-lived. That’s because hundreds of miles to the south, in the jungles of Colombia, there’s a bumper harvest taking place. And Colombia is virtually the only source of cocaine smuggled by sea in small vessels.(AP Photo/Dario Lopez-Mills)

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