PHILADELPHIA — The Coast Guard Cutter Hamilton made a port call at Penn's Landing in Philadelphia earlier this month.
PORTSMOUTH, Va. — The Coast Guard and Coast Guard Auxiliary celebrated safe boating last week in Virginia, North Carolina and Maryland by offering boater safety tips.
By Lt. Robert Kearley
Navy Office of Community Outreach
SASEBO, Japan – A 2014 Northeastern High School graduate and Elizabeth City native is serving in Japan in the U.S. Navy aboard one of two forward deployed dock landing ships, USS Germantown.
Seaman Tia Walker is a boatswain's mate aboard…
Lindsey Johnson wears many hats when it comes to providing leisure activities at Coast Guard Base Elizabeth City.
Johnson, 25, is a civilian administrative assistant for Morale, Well-Being and Recreation who oversees the kitchen and bar staff, while also serving as a housekeeping staffer.
I felt an adrenalin rush as we hurried along the sidewalks of downtown Elizabeth City. In my mind, we looked like a team from “The Amazing Race” rushing to find the clue box. In reality, my kids and I were among several other groups scouring the downtown area in search of a golden…
To highlight National Safe Boating Week, the Coast Guard Auxiliary is giving boaters tips on how to make safety the top priority.
Organizers of this year’s Memorial Day observance hope people understand the meaning and significance of the upcoming holiday, and that people of all ages attend the ceremony at West Lawn Cemetery.
“They gave a lifetime… we owe them a moment of honor,” is the message for…
PORTSMOUTH, Va.--U.S. Coast Guard Sector North Carolina personnel and residents of the Outer Banks commemorated the local deaths of Allied seamen during World War II’s Battle of the Atlantic last Thursday and Friday at Buxton and Ocracoke.
We all have struggles. We all have problems. Some are manageable and some are monstrous. But, everyone has them.
Coast Guardsman Randall Joyner is an example of good things happening to those who persist in thoroughly checking the want advertisements.
Joyner was a high school graduate across the border in Virginia, working at a warehouse in Chesapeake and running what was his family's car wash business in…