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

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

The US Coast Guard Cutter Tamaroa. This is the Cutter made famous by the movie "The Perfect Storm". A working Rescue Cutter she was originally USS Zuni (AT/ATF-95 USN) a seagoing tug that saw extensive use in the Pacific during WW2. She was "Combat Hardened". The Naval Ship Zuni was turned over to the US Coast Guard in 1946, starting a second career as a Maritime Life Saver.

The US Coast Guard Cutter Tamaroa. This is the Cutter made famous by the movie "The Perfect Storm". A working Rescue Cutter she was originally USS Zuni (AT/ATF-95 USN) a seagoing tug that saw extensive use in the Pacific during WW2. She was "Combat Hardened". The Naval Ship Zuni was turned over to the US Coast Guard in 1946, starting a second career as a Maritime Life Saver.

U.S. Coast Guard graphic by Petty Officer 2nd Class Kelly Parker.

Coast Guard graphic by Petty Officer Class Kelly Parker.

China sent world's biggest coast guard cutter into the South China Sea.

China sent world's biggest coast guard cutter into the South China Sea.

Algonquin, Manning, Ossipee, Seneca, Tampa and Yamacraw. One hundred years ago, these were the six Coast Guard cutters selected for overseas ocean escort convoy duty during the United States’ participation in WWI. With the U.S. declaring war on Imperial Germany on April 6, 1917, the Coast Guard was assigned to the jurisdiction of the U.S. Navy for the duration of the war. https://plus.google.com/+CaptainJack63/posts/4Kse1WbjQ77

Algonquin, Manning, Ossipee, Seneca, Tampa and Yamacraw. One hundred years ago, these were the six Coast Guard cutters selected for overseas ocean escort convoy duty during the United States’ participation in WWI. With the U.S. declaring war on Imperial Germany on April 6, 1917, the Coast Guard was assigned to the jurisdiction of the U.S. Navy for the duration of the war. https://plus.google.com/+CaptainJack63/posts/4Kse1WbjQ77

The USCGC Half Moon firing her main battery providing naval gunfire support Vietnam war [673x535]

The USCGC Half Moon firing her main battery, providing naval gunfire support, Vietnam war

Sinbad was a beloved mascot and formal member of the crew of the US Coast Guard cutter Campbell, from 1938 to 1949, complete with enlistment forms and official paperwork, uniform and his very own bunk. The dog saw action during WWII at sea and in port. He earned the total affection of the crew when the Campbell saw battle against the German submarine, U-606, on 22 February 1943 when the mascot stayed aboard the ship while all but necessary personnel to mend the cutter were evacuated. | 1944

The photo is of Sinbad, mascot of the US Coast Guard Cutter Campbell, sitting on one of the cutter’s guns in The German flag means the gun crew helped sink the The full story here: www.

coast guard. respect for them of course for all of their hardwork but especially since my dad was in it as well. #amurica

"Strange Hoax When Callers Report Their Boats Exploded" in both New Jersey and Galveston!

Coast Guard Cookie Cutter This Coast Guard cookie cutter comes in mini, standard and large (2-inches, 3-inches and 4-inches respectively). Buy the All Sizes Set to have an entire collection! The size

Coast Guard Cookie Cutter

Coast Guard Cookie Cutter This Coast Guard cookie cutter comes in mini, standard and large and respectively). Buy the All Sizes Set to have an entire collection! The size

View of United States Coast Guard cutter Spencer taken from sister ship Duane, North Atlantic, 500nm WSW of Ireland, circa 1943.

[Photo] View of United States Coast Guard cutter Spencer taken from sister ship Duane, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, circa 1943

View of United States Coast Guard cutter Spencer taken from sister ship Duane, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, circa 1943

August 4,1790: PRESIDENT GEORGE WASHINGTON ESTABLISHES US COAST GUARD  -   The U.S. Coast Guard service begins as President George Washington signs a measure authorizing a group of revenue cutters to enforce tariff and trade laws and prevent smuggling.

August 4,1790: PRESIDENT GEORGE WASHINGTON ESTABLISHES US COAST GUARD - The U.S. Coast Guard service begins as President George Washington signs a measure authorizing a group of revenue cutters to enforce tariff and trade laws and prevent smuggling.

Gunnery practice with a 5-inch gun aboard US Coast Guard cutter Spencer, Atlantic Ocean, circa 1940

USS Spencer

Gunnery practice with a gun aboard US Coast Guard cutter Spencer, Atlantic Ocean, circa 1940

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