The U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Healy riding up on the ice in the Bering Sea.

The U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Healy riding up on the ice in the Bering Sea.

US Coast Guard Tall Ship 'Eagle' Music Box

US Coast Guard Tall Ship 'Eagle' Music Box

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USCGC (#717) MELLON (WHEC-717) Is a (378') Hamilton Class High Endurance Cutter - Launching a Harpoon Missile in 1990

USCGC (#717) MELLON (WHEC-717) Is a (378') Hamilton Class High Endurance Cutter - Launching a Harpoon Missile in 1990

US Coast Guard's cutters begin the journey to South Vietnam from the Philippines, July, 1965.

US Coast Guard's cutters begin the journey to South Vietnam from the Philippines, July, 1965.

Before dawn on March 23, 2008, the Alaska Ranger ship sank in America's deadliest waters. As 47 souls fought for survival, the Coast Guard launched one of the most daring and dramatic rescues in history.

Inside the Coast Guard's Most Extreme Rescue

Before dawn on March 23, 2008, the Alaska Ranger ship sank in America's deadliest waters. As 47 souls fought for survival, the Coast Guard launched one of the most daring and dramatic rescues in history.

The Japan Coast Guard  , formerly the Maritime Safety Agency , is the Japanese  coast guard. Comprising about 12,000 personnel, it is under...

The Japan Coast Guard , formerly the Maritime Safety Agency , is the Japanese coast guard. Comprising about 12,000 personnel, it is under...

The crew of US Coast Guard Cutter Seneca returned to their homeport in Boston on Friday, April 10, after a 64-day deployment. The crew of the Seneca completed Tailored Ships Training Availability (TSTA), served as a primary Search and Rescue Response asset along the eastern seaboard, and conducted fisheries enforcement boardings from South Carolina to Maine. During the patrol, the crew responded to the Motor Vessel Grey Shark, approximately 175 nautical miles off the coast of Cape May, New…

The crew of US Coast Guard Cutter Seneca returned to their homeport in Boston on Friday, April 10, after a 64-day deployment. The crew of the Seneca completed Tailored Ships Training Availability (TSTA), served as a primary Search and Rescue Response asset along the eastern seaboard, and conducted fisheries enforcement boardings from South Carolina to Maine. During the patrol, the crew responded to the Motor Vessel Grey Shark, approximately 175 nautical miles off the coast of Cape May, New…

USCGC Polar Star (WAGB-10) in 2006. US Coast Guard Photo

USCGC Polar Star (WAGB-10) in 2006. US Coast Guard Photo

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