Auxiliarist David L. Brubaker gives a presentation on the Strategic Plan Initiative during a conference of workshops and training for members of the 17 District Coast Guard Auxiliary in Anchorage, Alaska, Feb. 19, 2017. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Bill Colclough.

17th District Auxiliary selects new commodore

Whenever shipmates wish each other to have a great Coast Guard day, the Auxiliary ensure they do. They receive no paycheck, but their service to the nation does not go unnoticed.


Perchard Award second half 2016 featured image.

Perchard Award: Second Half 2016

Twice a year, Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak recognizes four air station members for their exemplary performance and superior technical, aviation, professional, and leadership abilities with three Lt. Robert A. Perchard Memorial Trophies and one General Service Award. The Lt. […]


We're thankful for the opportunity to work every day with great people who carry out Coast Guard missions in support of Alaska and our nation. Happy Thanksgiving! - RADM Michael McAllister, commander, Seventeenth District

What are you thankful for? Coast Guard members serving in Alaska share their Thanksgiving Day thoughts

Coast Guard members from throughout Alaska shared what they are thankful for during this holiday season. What are you thankful for?


Capt. Sam Jordan, commanding officer of Coast Guard Cutter Munro (WHEC-724), completes the 41st Marine Corps Marathon last month.

Coast Guard captain runs Marine Corps Marathon

Capt. Sam Jordan completed the 41st Marine Corps Marathon on Sunday Oct. 30, 2016 . He averaged 14-minute miles and came in with a finishing time of just over six hours. An incredible feat for someone that has spent over 115 days at sea since January 1st.


2016 American Legion Spirit of Service recipient Petty Officer 2nd Class Geneva L. Cornelius, USCG speaks during the General Session of The American Legion 98th National Convention at the Duke Energy Convention Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, on Tuesday, August 30. Photo by Lucas Carter/The American Legion

Honor, Respect, Devotion to Duty: Petty Officer Geneva Cornelius

Petty Officer 2nd Class Geneva Cornelius actively participated in over 50 unit and local community events during her time in Kodiak, Alaska, dedicating countless hours during her off time to community service and enthusiastically pursues more opportunities to help others where ever she is. Her giving spirit has brought resources, services, joy and light to countless lives, yet Geneva Cornelius has cracked the code that helping others in turn helps you find true happiness.


Perchard Featured

Perchard Award: First Half 2016

Twice a year, Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak recognizes four air station members for their exemplary performance and superior technical, aviation, professional, and leadership abilities with three Lt. Robert A. Perchard Memorial Trophies and one General Service Award. Here are the awardees for the first half of 2016.


Petty Officer 2nd Class Hali Lombardi, a crewmember of Coast Guard Station Valdez, stands with her dog Chloe next to the 45-foot Response Boat-Medium at the station's boat dock in Valdez Harbor, Alaska, Sept. 14, 2016. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Bill Colclough.

Shipmate of the Week: Petty Officer 2nd Class Hali Lombardi

Petty Officer 2nd Class Hali Lombardi, a boatswain’s mate at Coast Guard Station Valdez, Alaska, passed her crew member check ride on the station’s 45-foot Response Boat-Medium earlier this week. Although she reported to Alaska only two months ago, this is […]


HS2 Bonnie Baker, Rear Adm. Erica Schwartz, Chief Warrant Officer Timothy Estes, Judy Eller and Capt. Charles Truncale pose for a photo after the Rockmore-King Medical Clinic was recognized as the 2015 Health Care Facility of the Year. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Kelly Parker.

Rockmore-King Medical Clinic: A model for healthcare excellence

Kodiak’s Rockmore-King Medical Clinic is the 2015 Health Clinic Facility of the Year! The health service technicians and personnel that make up the Coast Guard medical clinic on Kodiak Island were acknowledge for their professionalism and patient care while dealing with the unique challenges of operating in a rural, geographically isolated community, along with the comprehensive care they provided to all Coast Guard assets patrolling the North Pacific and Bering Sea.


Members of the Coast Guard Cutter Hickory celebrate after winning the tug-o-war competition. Photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Jon-Paul Rios.

Buoy Tender Roundup 2016

During this years Annual Buoy Tender Roundup (BTR), hosted by the Coast Guard 17th District in Juneau, Alaska, from Aug. 15-19, U.S. and Canadian Coast Guard members received specialized training in areas such as engine repair, buoy maintenance, first aid, navigation, weather observation and fisheries. Seven U.S. Coast Guard and Canadian buoy tenders, stationed throughout Alaska and the Pacific Northwest participated including the Coast Guard Cutters Maple, Hickory, Fir, Sycamore, Elderberry, Anthony Petit and the Canadian coast guard ship Bartlett.


Members of Sector Anchorage’s Enforcement Division participate in The Adjutant General Match, a marksmanship competition that took place on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Anchorage, Alaska, June 3-5, 2016. U.S. Coast Guard photo.

Taking aim at marksmanship

Precision, pressure, intensity, challenge. These are just a few words that describe what it’s like to participate in the Adjutant General’s Marksmanship Match, also known as the TAG Match.


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