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Operating as usual

U.S. Coast Guard Station Galveston
11/21/2020

U.S. Coast Guard Station Galveston

Over the last few weeks Coast Guard Station Galveston has answered the call to many mariners in distress. Bravo Zulu to a job well done. Stay safe out there!

ET1 Rachel Kahoiwai gave back to the veteran community this past weekend. Operation Bayou City Blitz was a 5 day volunte...
11/17/2020

ET1 Rachel Kahoiwai gave back to the veteran community this past weekend. Operation Bayou City Blitz was a 5 day volunteer event ending at the Veterans Retreat Center on Sunday. ET1 Kahoiwai helped assemble and paint benches used for veteran gatherings. The Mission Continues

Admiral Karl Schultz
11/16/2020

Admiral Karl Schultz

#FacesOfTheCoastGuard

My drive is to bring a positive energy to the work I do every day and that comes from my supportive family and friends helping me along the way. In my rating, I want to make other people's lives easier, as my family does for me. Moving around the United States and going through a worldwide pandemic has brought a different set of struggles for families. If I can do something in my daily work to contribute to making another person's life easier, I would do so with a smile on my face.

YN3 Madison Sykes
U.S. Coast Guard Sector Lower Mississippi River

The Silent Professionals 🤫
11/13/2020

The Silent Professionals 🤫

Today I had the opportunity to visit the Special Missions Training Center at Camp LeJeune in North Carolina.

The #CoastGuard’s Deployable Specialized Forces provide the nation with a unique national security capability. I’m grateful for their professionalism, competence and dedication to their craft. The success of our DSF mission is dependent on the success of each of our tactical operators who go through SMTC.

These silent professionals are role models for the future of this community and are key in providing the important interoperability we have with the Department of Defense. Bravo Zulu!

#zerotohero #USCG #DSF

Two of our newest Recruiters, ITC Flores and CS1 Steward are out and about today. 💪 Thank you to Beaumont High School in...
11/11/2020

Two of our newest Recruiters, ITC Flores and CS1 Steward are out and about today. 💪

Thank you to Beaumont High School in Beaumont, Texas for having our Recruiters on campus to speak with students today.

Are you interested in having a Recruiter from the U.S. Coast Guard coming to your school or educational institution? If so, be sure to DM us on here to set a date.

Interested in becoming a part of the United States Coast Guard but, aren’t within the required age to join? Check out cg...
11/09/2020

Interested in becoming a part of the United States Coast Guard but, aren’t within the required age to join? Check out cgaux.org

With approximately 26,000 members, the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary can not only help prepare you to be a functioning member of the Active or Reserve Coast Guard but, help you gain an advanced pay grade upon joining.

See the post below for more details.

When you join the Coast Guard Auxiliary, you may find yourself educating the public on recreational boating safety, going on patrol saving lives and property, assisting in marine safety and environmental protection, radio watchstanding and much more. That’s what our members do! We don’t just train. We train and perform. Semper Paratus! ⚓

For more info, visit cgaux.org

👁 spy some of Houston’s finest in these pictures. 💪
11/07/2020

👁 spy some of Houston’s finest in these pictures. 💪

CAPE MAY, N.J. - Recruits from L199 meet their company commanders during a pickup ceremony at U.S. Coast Guard Training Center Cape May, Nov. 6, 2020, as they begin close contact training following the Restriction of Movement (ROM) period.

Throughout the organization, the Coast Guard finds ways to make our organization appeal to current and potential members as an employer of choice. The magnitude and complexity of our global operations and mission support activities requires a workforce possessing diverse backgrounds, different perspectives, unique experiences, and original ideas.

The ROM was put into place in order to identify and mitigate the potential threat of COVID-19 into the recruit and staff population.

U.S. Coast Guard photos by Chief Warrant Officer 2 Timothy Tamargo

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11/06/2020

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Go Coast Guard Houston's cover photo
11/05/2020

Go Coast Guard Houston's cover photo

U.S. Coast Guard Training Center Cape May (Official)
11/04/2020

U.S. Coast Guard Training Center Cape May (Official)

As the nation turns out tonight to do their civic duty through voting, so too do these new recruits of company N199 begin their service to the nation by starting U.S. Coast Guard basic training at Training Center Cape May, Nov. 3, 2020.

10/28/2020
U.S. Coast Guard Atlantic Area Command

Did You Know? 🤔

#Innovation is applying new ideas to specific processes in an effort to improve efficiency and effectiveness. The U.S. Coast Guard Gulf Strike Team is using it for improved hurricane response!

In this video, Petty Officer 1st Class Phillip McLeod, deployed to the post Hurricane Sally marine environmental response in Mobile, Alabama, explains his role as an unmanned aerial system pilot and the advantages a UAS can bring to response efforts. McLeod is assigned to the Gulf Strike Team and has a collateral duty of UAS pilot.

As we wrap Sally, Storm Zeta is brewing. All Gulf Coast residents are advised to watch the weather and heed direction from local officials.

We know it's been a trying season. We appreciate all the support from our federal, state, and local partners as well as the incredible resilience and proactive nature of our Gulf Coast residents. It's a privilege to live in and serve these communities. #HurricaneStrong #ForwardTogether

🎥 PA2 Ed Wargo - U.S. Coast Guard Mid-Atlantic

#USCGSally #USCGZeta

💪BZ LT Deza
10/15/2020

💪BZ LT Deza

Congratulations to LT Gabriella C. Deza for being selected as one of the 2020 LATINA Style Distinguished Service Award recipients. LT Deza is currently assigned to Coast Guard Air Station Borinquen in Puerto Rico and has distinguished herself as a leader, mentor, and advocate for diversity at work and in the community. Her leadership, exemplary work ethic, and strong advocacy for diversity have brought great credit upon herself and the Coast Guard.

"This award represents something much larger than myself; it highlights the importance of women's representation and serves as a symbol to all young Latina girls that we can make even our wildest dreams a reality. In the Latino community, it is not uncommon for some of our own family members to have the carryover mindset from previous generations that women are not suited for roles in male-dominated fields. It is up to us to break that mindset and uplift our young boys and girls not just from the Latino community but from all walks of life so that they, too, can achieve their goals."

LT Gabriella Deza
U.S. Coast Guard Air Station Borinquen

10/13/2020
U.S. Coast Guard Heartland

U.S. Coast Guard Heartland

Bravo Zulu Air Station Houston for an early morning rescue!

A U.S. Coast Guard Air Station Houston helicopter crew successfully hoisted and rescued two boaters from the water after their sailing vessel became grounded and began taking on water around 2 a.m. near the mouth of the Brazos River in Freeport, Texas.

U.S. Coast Guard Station Galveston
10/12/2020

U.S. Coast Guard Station Galveston

Coast Guard Station Galveston, alongside U.S. Coast Guard Air Station Houston, assisted mariners and their families from three shrimping vessels that ran aground near Galveston Island evacuating Hurricane Delta. Bravo Zulu shipmates!!!

U.S. Coast Guard Pacific Southwest
09/25/2020

U.S. Coast Guard Pacific Southwest

Just an average day in the U.S. Coast Guard 🌉

Congrats to this future U.S. Coast Guardsman, who swore into the Delayed Entry Program yesterday morning. We look forwar...
09/18/2020

Congrats to this future U.S. Coast Guardsman, who swore into the Delayed Entry Program yesterday morning. We look forward to seeing all the great things he will achieve!

💥RO Houston Applicant Update💥 Looks like SN Luke Finnell who processed out of our office this last year is doing well, a...
09/17/2020

💥RO Houston Applicant Update💥

Looks like SN Luke Finnell who processed out of our office this last year is doing well, and is soon off Boatswains Mate A-School. Congrats SN Finnell! 👏

We traveled to Pine Bluff, Arkansas this morning to meet with the awesome crew of the CGC Kanawha!

River tending is hard work and often overlooked - especially in a rural location such like this. I was on a river tender coming up, and I know the dedication and labor this crew performs in order to ensure vital national commerce in the Lower Mississippi River, the Arkansas River and White River.

We were able to recognize MK1 Wagner, say goodbye to Seaman Finnell as he heads to BM A school and finished up with a delicious shrimp boil!
Shoutout to CS1 Webster!

Thank you Master Chief Harlacher for your outstanding leadership here. You have a remarkable crew!

#RiverTendersRock #BlackHulls #Ready #Relevant #Responsive #mcpocgonthemove

Admiral Karl Schultz
09/16/2020

Admiral Karl Schultz

Each week I'll be featuring some #FacesOfTheCoastGuard, as an opportunity to highlight some of the outstanding women and men that I have met throughout the Service. The quotes they provided are in their own words, and I am excited to share their stories. To kick things off, I am featuring five, amazing Surfmen serving in the U.S. Coast Guard Pacific Northwest.

For more photos and stories follow #FacesOfTheCoastGuard

Go Coast Guard
09/11/2020

Go Coast Guard

Today is the day to build the tomorrow you want. #USCG #CoastGuard #MotivationMonday #MM #SemperParatus #GoCoastGuard #notyouraverageday #notyouraveragejob #whyjoin #military #militarycareer #USA

09/11/2020
Admiral Karl Schultz

Admiral Karl Schultz

He was supposed to be in the Twin Towers on 9/11. Instead, LT Michael Day helped coordinate the largest maritime evacuation in human history. After the World Trade Center collapsed, more than 500,000 people fled lower Manhattan, launching a rescue effort that involved virtually every part of the tightknit maritime community in New York. Now, CAPT Day is serving on my team. His actions, and the actions of all first responders, ensure we will never forget.

#NeverForget

Big shoutout to one of our Recruiters at Recruiting Office Houston, for his volunteer work a couple weeks back. 👏 💪 Grea...
09/09/2020
Military non-profit restores soul food restaurant in Kashmere Gardens

Big shoutout to one of our Recruiters at Recruiting Office Houston, for his volunteer work a couple weeks back.

👏 💪 Great work AMT2 Joshua Barlow.

R&B music wafted over the speakers as a group of volunteers assembled a storage shed outside a Kashmere Gardens restaurant on Saturday morning. Much-needed maintenance recently forced the temporary closure of Heavenly Choices, a neighborhood staple known for its soul food and its generosity distribu...

Gary Sinise Foundation
09/08/2020

Gary Sinise Foundation

On Saturday Salute, we honor Lieutenant Commander La’Shanda Holmes, the Coast Guard's first African American female helicopter pilot, and current White House Fellow assigned to NASA. Holmes logged over 1,500 flight hours on search and rescue, counter-drug, and law enforcement missions and piloted an MH-65 Dolphin at Coast Guard Air Station Miami, the busiest air station in the Coast Guard. Her honors include the 2014 Blacks in Government Award, Grio's Top 100 History Makers, and she received a nomination for an NAACP award for her work on the Smithsonian's "Black Wings" documentary.

Go Coast Guard
09/07/2020

Go Coast Guard

Happy Labor Day! We thank and salute all members of the #CoastGuard and our #militaryfamily: U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Army, United States Air Force and U.S. Navy who work hard and get the job done each and every day. #LaborDay #USCG #GoCoastGuard #SemperParatus #family #military #militarycareer #notyouraveragejob #notyouraverageday #USA

09/06/2020
Go Coast Guard

Go Coast Guard

#Helicopter operations are one of the most vital parts of search and rescue (SAR) missions conducted by the #CoastGuard. Take a behind the scenes ride with the #USCG for a chance to see what our #Coastie pilots see. If you think you can do what they do, drop us a comment, DM us to get in touch with a recruiter or chat with one here: gocoastguard.com/chat-now. #GoCoastGuard #FlyCoastGuard #TeamAir #SemperParatus #notyouraveragejob #notyouraverageday #whyjoin #military #militarycareer #USA

Congratulations to these five, yes FIVE, recent graduates of the Direct Entry Petty Officer Training course in Cape May,...
09/04/2020

Congratulations to these five, yes FIVE, recent graduates of the Direct Entry Petty Officer Training course in Cape May, NJ.

Four are becoming members of the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve, and one is headed onto Active Duty. Of those going into a Reserve status, two are headed to Port Security Unit 308, one to U.S. Coast Guard Station Galveston, and one to U.S. Coast Guard Station Freeport. Lastly, the Coast Guardsmen that went onto Active Duty is headed to Culinary Specialist A-School.

Altogether, 3 of these new members of the U.S. Coast Guard are being awarded bonuses totaling $40,000 once they complete their respective A-Schools!

Please join all the Recruiters at Recruiting Office Houston in congratulating these individuals on their achievement. We look forward to seeing what they accomplish in the U.S. Coast Guard.

I think we can spot 🔍 some of our amazing applicants in this picture! Way to EARN your colors Zulu One Niner Eight! 💪
08/28/2020

I think we can spot 🔍 some of our amazing applicants in this picture! Way to EARN your colors Zulu One Niner Eight! 💪

CAPE MAY, N.J. - Recruits from company Zulu 198 recieve their colors during a ceremony at U.S. Coast Guard Training Center Cape May, August 26, 2020.

The Coast Guard's goal is providing the right people, with the right competencies and experience, to the right place, at the right time in order to accomplish our missions, while continually developing our workforce through superb leadership.

U.S. Coast Guard photo by Seaman Josalyn Brown

U.S. Coast Guard Heartland
08/27/2020

U.S. Coast Guard Heartland

#UPDATE Our U.S. Coast Guard aircrews pre-staged U.S. Coast Guard Air Station New Orleans launched to begin first post-storm Hurricane #Laura overflight assessments along with search and rescue surveillance in the vicinity of #LakeCharlesLouisiana

#Storm2020, #Ready, #Relevant, #Responsive

U.S. Coast Guard Heartland
08/27/2020

U.S. Coast Guard Heartland

#ICYMI Today members from U.S. Coast Guard Maritime Safety and Security Team New Orleans - 91112, and MSST Kings Bay, conducted training in preparation for response operations during Hurricane #Laura, near Mobile, Alabama. The units are qualified to conduct search-and-rescue operations as well as port security.

To read the full release click here: https://bit.ly/2FXZ0Ly

#d8hurricaneprep

08/27/2020
Go Coast Guard

Go Coast Guard

No one else does what we do, and we couldn’t do it without each and every woman who wears the U.S. Coast Guard uniform. #WomensEqualityDay #USCG #CoastGuard #GoCoastGuard #SemperParatus #military #militarycareer #militarywomen #notyouraveragejob #notyouraverageday #whyjoin #USA

08/25/2020
Master Chief Petty Officer of the Coast Guard

Master Chief Petty Officer of the Coast Guard

Tomorrow, August 26th is a day marked by Congress to commemorate the passage of women's suffrage in the U.S., and to remind us of the hurdles overcome by the heroic women who faced violence and discrimination while propelling the women's movement forward.

With this, we have many amazing #CoastGuard women who continue to lead the way and forge paths for young women today and the future.

This week, we will see some amazing videos of our Coast Guard women around the Nation who continue to stand #ready #relevant and #resposive. Shipmates who have stood side-by-side with their male counterparts in conflict and adversity - who have been stigmatized and fought stereotypes. Women who have continued to break right through glass ceilings - and I COULD NOT be more proud to serve beside EVERY SINGLE one of you.

#CGWomenRock #CGStrong #Trailblazers #InclusiveCG

🎥 PA3 Erik Villa-Rodriguez

U.S. Coast Guard Station Sand Key

08/22/2020
U.S. Coast Guard Pacific Northwest

U.S. Coast Guard Pacific Northwest

Coast Guard humans are not the only service members who train to stay mission #ready.

Coast Guard Canine Explosive Detection Team members from the Maritime Safety and Security Team (MSST) Seattle teamed up with U.S. Coast Guard Sector Columbia River and the U.S. Department of Labor for Vertical Delivery Training on the Columbia River.

The training included teams being lowered to the deck of a vessel operated by instructors of the Tongue Point Job Corp Center, who are long-standing partners with local Coast Guard units and maritime community.

#RuffLife
#K9

U.S. Coast Guard Pacific Area

08/18/2020
Admiral Karl Schultz

Admiral Karl Schultz

Be our Service's single provider of qualified, proficient, and well-trained shipboard and shore-side Airborne Use of Force.
-HITRON Mission Statement

The mission statement above spells out the goal of the Coast Guard's Helicopter Interdiction Tactical Squadron (HITRON). HITRON is a deployable helicopter squadron based in Jacksonville, Florida, specializing in Airborne Use of Force (AUF) for #counter-narcotic operations. HITRON is the Nation's first, and most successful airborne law enforcement unit trained and authorized to employ AUF. They train to stay the best. #SemperParatus #ForcefromAbove

U.S. Coast Guard Pacific Area
08/06/2020

U.S. Coast Guard Pacific Area

Busted on the high seas!

Boarding teams from the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Bertholf intercepted a go-fast vessel in the Eastern Pacific Ocean off the coast of Central America in late-July, seizing ~$24 million worth of cocaine from suspected smugglers!

Bertholf leveraged their recently installed small-Unmanned Aerial System (sUAS) to pin-point the suspected smugglers after a maritime patrol aircraft spotted a suspected smuggling vessel and diverted the Bertholf to the go-fast vessel's position.

Bertholf's crew boarded the suspected smuggling vessel and interdicted approximately 1,395 pounds of cocaine worth an estimated $24 million during the seizure. Bertholf's boarding teams detained three suspected smugglers during the high-seas law enforcement case.

On April 1, U.S. Southern Command began enhanced counter-narcotics operations in the Western Hemisphere to disrupt the flow of drugs in support of Presidential National Security Objectives. Numerous U.S. agencies from the Departments of Defense, Justice, and Department of Homeland Security cooperated to combat transnational organized crime. The U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Navy, Customs and Border Protection, FBI, Drug Enforcement Administration, and Immigration and Customs Enforcement, along with allied and international partner agencies, play a role in counter-drug operations.

Commissioned in 2008, Bertholf is the lead ship in the Coast Guard's Legend-class National Security Cutters. There are currently eight Legend-class NSCs commissioned into service. Coast Guard Cutters Bertholf, Waesche, Stratton, and Munro are stationed in Alameda, California; Hamilton and James are in Charleston, South Carolina; and Kimball and Midgett are in Honolulu. The ninth cutter, Stone, is slated for delivery in fiscal year 2021.

National Security Cutters are capable of operating in the most demanding open ocean environments, including the hazardous fisheries of the North Pacific to known drug trafficking zones in the Eastern Pacific off the coasts of central and south America.

U.S. Coast Guard Pacific Southwest

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I would like to thank these guys for all the hard work and for helping us in Houston during Hurricane Harvey. God bless you all.
Please help the CE KING AREA IN HOUSTON TX!!!! There are several subdivisions with people stuck!! Plz help!!!
Hello - my parents need help. They are in Katy in the Cinco Ranch neighborhood that flooded tonight. My mom is a cancer patient and my father is disabled - both are old. Address: 22519 Downdale Circle, Katy, Texas 77450. You can reach me at 281-986-7818 if you need me. Please send help. The whole neighborhood is under water and when they release the dam and reservoir tomorrow, 4-6 feet of additional water will pour into their homes on top of what is there now. It is over waste deep.