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We salute the aircrew that rescued a man from a bear attack in a real-life version of ‘The Revenant’
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What it’s like to rescue someone at sea from a Coast Guard helicopter
Incidents tend to rise in the summer. Our friends at Popular Science flew in a big MH-60T chopper and watched dramatic practice scenarios unfold first-hand.
This Coast Guardsman helped pick up a flaming car with his bare hands and dragged 3 people to safety
What a badass.
Military pilots, show us the lucky charms you fly with! (we know you’re out there!)
Warm fuzzy feelings!
In other news, the Coast Guard has recovered a stolen tiki hut boat
“Don’t drink and boat!”
Check out the 13 best military photos of 2020
Even a pandemic can't hold back these shooters
New US maritime strategy urges taking ‘calculated tactical risks’ against Russia and China
"This is not about being provocative," said Marine Maj. Gen. Paul Rock Jr.
Coast Guard icebreaker returns to Arctic for first time in 38 years to counter Russia
"I told the crew we were trading our penguins for polar bears and the northern lights."
Navy identifies two aviators killed in plane crash
Both were killed when their aircraft went down about 5 p.m. on Oct. 23 in a residential area of Foley, Alabama.
COVID-19 puts the military’s chain of command into quarantine
All of the officers who had contact with Ray have tested negative for COVID-19 so far.
The inflatable unicorn from that Coast Guard shark attack is now safe and sound in a museum
The U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Kimball’s unicorn swim floatie will be displayed at the service's museum alongside such objects as a lighthouse keeper’s Salty Rabbit and Capt. Cluck, the mascot of the service's aviation forces.
The Coast Guard celebrated 4/20 by seizing $1 million worth of pot in the Caribbean
Last week, crews offloaded the nearly 1,300 pounds of marijuana at the Coast Guard Base Miami Beach.
Coast Guard commandant sees growing role for Coasties on coronavirus, waffles on Confederate imagery
The head of the Coast Guard talked about the service's response to the coronavirus outbreak and whether it would follow the Marine Corps' lead in banning the confederate flag at its installations.
Coast Guard and British Navy seize $46 million in cocaine in the Caribbean
"These operations reiterate the significance of intelligence and resource sharing amongst our agencies."
Feds charge ex-Marine with bringing AK-47, body armor and ammo onto Coast Guard base
A former Marine arrested as he tried to enter the U.S. Coast Guard Training Center in Cape May with a modified AK-47 rifle, handgun, body armor and ammunition faces federal weapons charges, officials said Friday.
This Veterans Day video sends the message we all need right now
A new video from military and veterans apparel company Ranger Up sends exactly the message we need in time for Veterans Day.
Retired Coast Guard Admiral accused of shoplifting from Philly sex shop
A former senior Coast Guard official has been accused of shoplifting from a Philadelphia sex shop.
Coast Guardsman accused of killing his ‘best bud’ during night of heavy drinking
CAMP PENDLETON — The military prosecution of a Coast Guardsman accused of murder began Wednesday with a preliminary hearing at...
Intense video shows a Coast Guard helo rescuing boaters during a raging storm on Lake Huron
A helicopter crew from the U.S. Coast Guard's Air Station Traverse City braved 35 mph winds and 15-foot-high waves and thunderstorm conditions to rescue four people stuck aboard a boat in Lake Huron
The Coast Guard is loosening its tattoo regs to bring in new recruits
"The Coast Guard increases the aperture to ensure we are able to recruit and retain the next generation of Coast Guardsman," the policy update says
The Coast Guard busted another ‘narco sub’ carrying 12,000 pounds of cocaine
Coast Guard crew members aboard the cutter Valiant intercepted a self-propelled semi-submersible carrying 12,000 pounds of cocaine in the eastern Pacific Ocean this month, arresting four suspected smugglers in the process.
Coast Guard rescues 13-year-old boy who was swept ‘several hundred feet’ out to sea from Massachusetts’ coast
A 13-year-old boy was rescued by firefighters, police officers and the U.S. Coast Guard Saturday after he was swept out to sea in Gloucester, Mass.