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The US Coast Guard Training Center in Yorktown, Virginia is one of four major Coast Guard training facilities in the United States.

The US Coast Guard Training Center in Yorktown, Virginia is one of four major Coast Guard training facilities in the United States.

NEW LONDON, Conn. - Third class cadets at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy participate in a week long training course with Cape May Recruit Company Commanders during 100th Week, May 13, 2013. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Cory J. Mendenhall. #coastie #coastguard

NEW LONDON, Conn. - Third class cadets at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy participate in a week long training course with Cape May Recruit Company Commanders during 100th Week, May 13, 2013. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Cory J. Mendenhall. #coastie #coastguard

"USCGC ROBERT YERED" (WPC-1104) is a (154') Sentinel Class, Fast Response Cutter - Commissioned: 15 February 2013 - Crew: 2 Officers, 20 Enlisted - Home Port, Miami, Florida - Armament: 1 × 25mm Mk 38 Mod 2 Automatic Gun, 4 x .50 cal Browning M2 Machine Guns and Various Small Arms- Still in Active Service, as of 2016

"USCGC ROBERT YERED" (WPC-1104) is a (154') Sentinel Class, Fast Response Cutter - Commissioned: 15 February 2013 - Crew: 2 Officers, 20 Enlisted - Home Port, Miami, Florida - Armament: 1 × 25mm Mk 38 Mod 2 Automatic Gun, 4 x .50 cal Browning M2 Machine Guns and Various Small Arms- Still in Active Service, as of 2016

..._Past, present, and future. An HU-16 Albatross amphibian, which served the Coast Guard faithfully for many years, is at bottom. It was supplanted by the HU-25 Guardian, left, along with the HC-130 Hercules. At top is the HC-144 Ocean Sentry, which will replace the HU-25 in the medium-range SAR and maritime patrol missions. U.S. Coast Guard photo

..._Past, present, and future. An HU-16 Albatross amphibian, which served the Coast Guard faithfully for many years, is at bottom. It was supplanted by the HU-25 Guardian, left, along with the HC-130 Hercules. At top is the HC-144 Ocean Sentry, which will replace the HU-25 in the medium-range SAR and maritime patrol missions. U.S. Coast Guard photo

So Others May Live: Coast Guard's Rescue Swimmers: Saving Lives, Defying Death by Martha J LaGuardia-Kotite,http://www.amazon.com/dp/B002WTCAEG/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_ay2usb1KF0BX44PX

So Others May Live: Coast Guard's Rescue Swimmers: Saving Lives, Defying Death by Martha J LaGuardia-Kotite,http://www.amazon.com/dp/B002WTCAEG/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_ay2usb1KF0BX44PX

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United States Coast Guard. "Vita salva semper et ad proelium sese expediebant". Always Ready for Battle and to Save a Life. aka: "Three Wide". by: USCG. WFH.

USCGC Eagle. It is used as a training ship for the US Coast Guard Academy in New London, CT. It is one of only two active commissioned sailing ships in the US military. The other is the USS Constitution. It began its life as the Host Wessel, a training ship for the German Navy. Adolf Hitler attended its launch and christening. It was transferred to the United States as part of war reparations in 1945, and commissioned to the Coast Guard Academy in 1946. It has 22,300 square feet of sail

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USCGC Eagle. It is used as a training ship for the US Coast Guard Academy in New London, CT. It is one of only two active commissioned sailing ships in the US military. The other is the USS Constitution. It began its life as the Host Wessel, a training ship for the German Navy. Adolf Hitler attended its launch and christening. It was transferred to the United States as part of war reparations in 1945, and commissioned to the Coast Guard Academy in 1946. It has 22,300 square feet of sail

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