Right place, right time

Post written by PA3 Jasmine Mieszala Normally, a search and rescue call on the water is routed through a Coast Guard unit for coordination. No such call was made when a Coast Guard Auxiliary boat crew happened upon three kayakers […]

Coast Guardsmen welcome oldest known living WWII veteran to DC

Post written by PA3 Lisa Ferdinando Coast Guardsmen, including reservists from Sector Baltimore, welcomed an American hero to Washington D.C. – the oldest known living World War II veteran, 107-year-old Richard Overton. Overton was visiting Washington for Veterans Day and […]

Week in the life of the Coast Guard

Since 1790 the Coast Guard has safeguarded our nation’s maritime interests, providing a 24/7 presence along America’s rivers, ports, coastline and on the high seas. But while the Coast Guard’s presence and impact is regional, national and international, our operations […]

Coast Guard Sector Baltimore hosts non-rate career fair

Post written by PA2 David R. Marin and PA1 Brandyn Hill Coast Guard Sector Baltimore opened its doors to host 87 non-rates and 10 Coast Guard hopefuls as part of a non-rate fair held in the Columbus Recreation Center at […]

Coast Guard presents public service award for Stafford, Va. native’s heroic actions

  Post written by PA3 Jon Lindberg In June of 1958, Michael Babuschak was fishing during a family picnic on the shore of the Delaware River, near Damascus, Pa. His sister, Dorothy, was swimming upriver, when she was suddenly taken […]