The U.S. Coast Guard is celebrating 100 years of aviation this year, and the timing was perfect for the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum to add the first Coast Guard aircraft to its collection.
Coast Guard Petty Officer 3rd Class Teal Carter laughed and smiled when asked whether she ever could have imagined she would someday be the postal official at Base Elizabeth City.
“I didn't expect it, but I was more than happy to do it,” she said. “I like sorting things.”
Thanks to the work of eight Coast Guard volunteers, the nature trail at the Dismal Swamp Rest Area/Visitor Center has been spruced up for walkers and paddlers.
The group joined Dismal Swamp center volunteers and employees in spreading mulch last Saturday, just in time for Paddle for the...
“We all do something totally different, and now we can collaborate for a common cause to serve the needs of our service members”
ECSU director of Veterans Resource and Information Center and an Army...
The Elizabeth City Morning Rotary honored three US Coast Guardsmen of the Quarter at their meeting on Friday, April 1, 2016.
Most military children have never known anything but a military lifestyle. For all its craziness, to these kids, the lifestyle is their norm.
The Elizabeth City Morning Rotary honored three US Coast Guardsmen of the Quarter at the club’s meeting on April 1.
An independent contractor working at Coast Guard Base Elizabeth City is doing more than just making sure construction crews are doing the job right the first time.
The mission of the Coast Guard Spouses Club of Elizabeth City is simple – support.
The Coast Guard Spouses Club of Elizabeth City is compiling recipes for a club cookbook to benefit its annual scholarship.