Coast Guard Academy Professors Help in Battle Against Drugs
Two professors at the Coast Guard Academy played a pivotal role in a federal drug trafficking case out of Florida.
Construction of Coast Guard Museum to Start in Early 2020
The final design features an 80,000-square-foot, five-story, interactive museum.
Coast Guard Academy Whistleblower Speaks Up on Discrimination, Retaliation
Coast Guard Lt. Cmdr. Kimberly Young-McLear spent years reporting bullying and harassing behaviors by her superiors.
Retired Submariner Files Lawsuit Seeking Records on USS Thresher Sinking
A retired submariner has filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the Navy.
Coast Guard Cadets to Spend Summer in Africa
Four rising seniors at the Coast Guard Academy will spend most of their summer on the Northwest coast of Africa.
Departing Coast Guard Station New London Commander Recognized for Dedication
Lt. Nina McDonald relinquished command of Coast Guard Station New London to Lt. Robert Garris in a ceremony Wednesday.
Coast Guard Graduates Put Careers on Hold for Chance to Compete in Olympics
Two recent graduates of the Coast Guard Academy are putting their military careers on hold.
Coast Guard Research and Development Center Technical Director Retires
Tim Girton is retiring after two decades at the center, the last 12 of which he's spent as technical director.
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.
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