Coast Guard Cutter SPAR conducts winter patrol

During a recent winter patrol, the Coast Guard Cutter SPAR crew stayed busy. We’d like to take you on their recent voyage around Kodiak Island. Coast Guard Cutter SPAR crewmembers conducted a burial at sea near Kodiak, Alaska. Petty Officer 1st […]


Cutter John McCormick crewmembers assist with Skagway Public Library reading event

 The Skagway Public Library warmly welcomed the crewmembers of the Coast Guard Cutter John McCormick, Thursday, to assist with their weekly story time. Children with ages ranging from 1-4 years old gathered in the reading room while the crew, freshly […]


Coast Guard Team Kodiak participates in Military Saves Week

As part of Military Saves Week 2018, scheduled for Feb. 26 – March 3, Coast Guard Team Kodiak is spreading the saving message and urging the community to participate in Military Saves Week and take the Military Saves Pledge. “Military […]


Coast Guard charges owner of derelict fishing vessel Alaska Patriot

The Coast Guard has initiated a Class I Civil Penalty against the owner of the vessels Alaska Patriot and Alaska Pioneer after the Alaska Patriot was left adrift and derelict approximately 172 miles south of Dutch Harbor, Alaska, in December 2017.


A higher caliber of skill

Story and photos provided by Lt. j.g. Travis Dopp Safe, semi and burst. Those are the three selector level positions on the M4 carbine rifle, one of the four rifles used in The Adjutant General’s Marksmanship Match, aka TAG. There […]


Coast Guard, State of Alaska celebrate 150 years of shared history

As Alaska celebrates its 150th birthday October 18, the Coast Guard is pleased to share in the festivities. Since the state’s purchase from Russia by the United States in 1867, the Coast Guard has maintained a constant presence in The Last Frontier, a shared history as complex as the service’s many missions.


Boater beware: Vessel documentation fraud lurks online

A new scam is targeting boat owners looking to save a little time online, but it’s costing them hundreds of dollars: Websites offering documentation renewal services for a fee.


The crew of U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Maple follows the crew of Canadian Coast Guard Icebreaker Terry Fox through the icy waters of Franklin Strait, in Nunavut Canada, August 11, 2017. The Canadian Coast Guard assisted Maple's crew by breaking and helping navigate through ice during several days of Maple's 2017 Northwest Passage transit. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Nate Littlejohn.

Allies in the Arctic

The crew of Coast Guard Cutter Maple arrived to Coast Guard Yard in Baltimore, Maryland, Tuesday, after a journey of more than 7,000 miles through the Arctic from Sitka, Alaska.

Cutter Maple spent 27 days above the Arctic Circle, first navigating Alaskan waters then through the Arctic to the Atlantic Ocean. Coincidently, the summer of 2017 marks the 60th anniversary of the Coast Guard’s first Northwest Passage expedition that departed Seattle, Washington, July 1, 1957.


Coast Guard brings oil spill response assurance to North Slope residents

In an era where most of the United States has easy access to information at the click of a button, Alaska remains unique. Vast distances between communities combined with a lack of technological infrastructure makes getting information to rural communities a challenge.


Coast Guard celebrates 227 years of service to the Nation

Coast Guard members from across Alaska share why they joined during this Coast Guard Day. Why did you join the Coast Guard?                                     […]


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