The Coast Guard Cutter Alex Haley returned to their homeport of Kodiak, Alaska, Jan. 22, 2017, after a 75-day patrol. The cutter’s path took her 10,000 miles through the Bering Sea.
Story by Lt. j.g. Jacob Hauser It’s no secret that the remote, but vibrant, Aleutian city of Unalaska, Alaska, is home to many treasures of Coast Guard lore, yet one of the most prominent would seem unlikely: a piano. This […]
For the sailor there are two great joys: Going to sea is one. Coming home is the other. Saturday morning, not long after sunrise, fair winds and a flood tide carried the Coast Guard Cutter Munro its mooring in […]
Maintaining safety at sea for mariners is one of the Coast Guard’s many missions. Coast Guard cutter crews along the west coast participate in a historic patrol known as the Bering Sea patrol ensuring a near constant presence in Alaska’s […]
By Ensign Christopher Tarbell Coast Guard Cutter Sherman crewmembers and Boy Scouts participated in a ceremony replacing the weathered flags at the Bering Sea Patrol Monument at Memorial Park in Unalaska, Alaska, Dec. 11, 2011. During the ceremony the Boy […]