Graduating Coast Guard Academy Cadets' Leadership Led to Changes Big and Small
The Class of 2019 graduates from the academy Wednesday. National Security Adviser John Bolton is the keynote speaker.
Congressman Seeks Gender Diversity Reports from Coast Guard
The Coast Guard hired the RAND Corp. last year to look at barriers to women staying in the service.
Coast Guard Academy Making Investments to Bolster Seamanship
Each year, the academy graduates about 200 "service-ready" ensigns.
Coast Guard Human Resources Chief: 'Totality of Events' Lead Women to Leave
A study from the RAND Corp. made public last week detailed the wide-ranging reasons women leave the Coast Guard.
Why Are so Many Women Leaving the Coast Guard?
More than 80 percent of focus group participants brought up gender bias as a reason why women leave the Coast Guard.
An Oscar-Style Reveal of Future Coast Guard Posts
Forty-four percent of the 243 cadets in the 2019 graduating class got their top choice.
Lockheed Pledges $1 Million to Coast Guard Museum Project
The company will have a wing of the museum named after it called the Lockheed Martin Saving Lives by Air Gallery.
USS South Dakota Joins Fleet as 'Most Modern Sub in the World'
The stealth USS South Dakota, a Virginia-class fast-attack submarine, is the Navy's first millennial submarine.
Study to Examine Housing Impact on Sub Workers, Sailors in Connecticut
The Pentagon-funded study will focus on housing needs created by the Navy's purchase of more submarines.
Coast Guard Food Pantry Assists 1,000 People as Shutdown Continues
Organizers of a pop-up food pantry at the Coast Guard Academy estimate they have helped close to 1,000 people since Monday.
Coast Guard Academy Gets Lesson in Inclusive Leadership
Freeman A. Hrabowski III challenged the audience to come up with a two-minute answer to the question: What's your story?
Coast Guard to Go Without Pay if Shutdown Continues Through Weekend
U.S. Rep. Joe Courtney of Connecticut took to the House floor to shares stories of how Coasties in his state are affected.
Coast Guard Cadets Get Closer to Space
Coast Guard Academy cadets soon will be able to communicate with satellites in space from classrooms on campus.
Lawmakers Take Coast Guard to Task Over Academy Bullying Allegations
U.S. Rep. Joe Courtney and two of his colleagues say the Coast Guard has not fully complied with their request for documents.
New Coast Guard Academy Lab to Train Cybersecurity Officers
A 2,000-square-foot cyber lab at the Coast Guard Academy will be used by cadets studying to become cybersecurity officers.
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Limpet mines have also been used in other recent attacks attributed to Iran.
His Suicide Note Was a Message to the Navy. The Way He Died Was the Exclamation Point
Leadership "contributed" to Brandon Caserta's decision to take his own life, an investigation found.
Navy Vice Admiral, Former Head of 5th Fleet, Died by Suicide in Bahrain
Vice Adm. Scott Stearney was found dead in his home Dec. 1, 2018.
This C-17 Crew Broke Diplomatic Protocol to Save a Life. Now They’re Up for Awards
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Lawmaker Wants Navy Ship Named for Senior Chief Killed in Syria
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Soldier's Wife Accused of Fatally Shooting Him with Shotgun
Fort Benning officials say Brandyn Paonessa was an infantryman who had served in the Army since September 2013.
Next SMA Has a Reputation as a Stickler for Standards -- and a Soldier's Soldier
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Army's New Expert Soldier Badge Will Demand Mastery of Warrior Skills
The new skill badge is designed to recognize soldiers who demonstrate a mastery of fitness, marksmanship and critical skills.
Navy Will Launch Combat Ship USS Minneapolis-St. Paul From Midwest Port
The ship will be christened and then literally dropped sideways into the Menominee River.
In Gulf, US Contends With Shadowy New Head of Iran's Fast-Boat Navy
The head of Iran's fast-boat navy maintains that the U.S. is all bluff.
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Air Force Football's Leading Rusher Removed From Team
Cole Fagan has been removed from the team pending an ongoing investigation.
Mortar Attack on Iraqi Base Home to US Troops; No Casualties
The attack on Balad air base caused small fires in bushes on the base, which were extinguished immediately.
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He Wanted to Apologize for Cutting Off Another Driver. It Ended in a Deadly Shootout
After a Marine Corps veteran accidentally cut off another car, he was ready to apologize at the next light. Two people died.
Wife of Marine Vet Rep. Duncan Hunter Admits Guilt in Campaign Finance Scandal
Margaret Hunter formally admitted that she illegally used thousands of dollars in campaign donations for personal expenses.
Marine Lieutenant Investigated Over Racist Social Media Posts
Yet another Marine is under investigation for posting racist material on social media, the sixth known case since 2018.
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Hoax 'Mayday' Distress Caller Vexes Coast Guard in Maryland
The caller is recorded saying they are "going down with the ship" and "mayday, mayday, mayday," along with profanities.
4 Jamaican Fishermen Detained on Coast Guard Ships
The Coast Guard said officers interdicting the vessel in 2017 saw the crew toss packages of marijuana into the water.
Coast Guard Strips Gender-Specific Pronouns from Evals, Promotion Board Packages
The effort is one of many initiatives designed to improve equality and retain women in the service.