Buoy tender roundup wraps up with award ceremony

The crews from all six cutters participating in this year’s 17th District buoy tender roundup crowded the Station Juneau, Alaska pier for an award ceremony July 20, 2012. The unusually sunny weather made a perfect backdrop to the celebratory occasion, […]


Council of Foreign Relations visits Barrow

Coast Guard personnel accompanied members of the Council of Foreign Relations on an Arctic Domain Awareness flight to Barrow May 13, 2012. The CFR is a group designed to minimize gaps between different professional communities. Individuals from the government, business, […]


Rear Adm. Ostebo meets with Alaska mayors

JUNEAU, Alaska – Rear Adm. Thomas Ostebo, Coast Guard District 17 commander, emphasizes a message while speaking with Mayor Shirley Marquardt, of Unalaska, Chris Hladick, Unalaska city manager, Mayor Denise Michels, of Nome, and Capt. Greg Sanial, chief of enforcement, during a meeting at District 17 headquarters Feb. 8, 2012. Municipal leaders from Nome, Unalaska and the Northwest Arctic Borough visited Juneau to discuss the Coast Guard’s plans for increased Arctic activity this summer.


>Capt. Michael Neussl retires after more than 30 years of service – Speech!

> Capt. Michael Neussl Retirement Speech22 April 2010 in Juneau, Alaska30 Years, 01 Month, 10 Days of Active Duty USCG Service21 May 1980 to 30 June 2010 04 Years at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy28 June 1976 to 21 May […]


>Enlisted Person of the Quarter

> Seaman Utton is a strong leader at Station Juneau. He continuously seeks out more responsibility. As an E3 he has qualified as a 47’ Motor Life Boat engineer and is currently working on his coxswain qualification. He was relied […]


>D17 Chief of Staff Biography

>A native of Geyserville, California, Captain Michael A. Neussl graduated from the United States Coast Guard Academy in May 1980, with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering with Honors.His first assignment was as a deck watch officer aboard […]