The Commandant of the Coast Guard has been very busy over the last few weeks.
After spending five years as an instructor at the Coast Guard’s Aviation Technical Training Center in Elizabeth City, Stephen Gonzalez had a story to tell – so, he wrote a book.
Airman Gregory Jacquet was named the U.S. Coast Guard’s Enlisted Person of the Year on Monday — the first-ever student at the Aviation Technical Training Center to win the honor.
The month of March is all about celebrating women, and women have been keeping mariners safe and saving lives along our nation’s coastlines since before the Coast Guard became the Coast Guard.
March is designated as Women’s History Month, and many countries around the world celebrated…
The military community, and those who support them, will come together for an event organizers say will be like no other.
Larry Hall, newly appointed secretary for North Carolina Military and Veterans Affairs, will be the keynote speaker at the Military Affairs Committee’s first annual…
Congressman Walter Jones, R-N.C., said Thursday that he opposes cutting the U.S. Coast Guard’s budget to pay for President Donald Trump's border wall.
Members of the local community joined Coast Guard members to celebrate Black History Month at Coast Guard Base Elizabeth City on Feb. 23.
The base Special Emphasis Program Committee coordinated the program, which featured guest speakers Hezekiah Brown and Bishop Ernest Sutton. Petty Officer…
In some parts of the world, Valentine’s Day isn’t just about couples and romance.
Many dedicated volunteers served up pancakes and eggs, biscuits and gravy, grits, bacon and sausage to raise money to support Special Olympics. More than 175 people attended a fundraiser breakfast on Feb. 4 put on by the Elizabeth City Chief Petty Officers Association.
The event raised $2,220 to…
What some may think of as only possible in science fiction movies is actually happening on the Coast Guard base in Elizabeth City.