Lt. Matthew Shepard, the new chaplain at Coast Guard Base Elizabeth City, says almost everyone believes in a higher power, something greater than oneself. More often than they may realize, people seek comfort in that belief.
Although most kids aren’t very happy about it, back-to-school time is often something that parents look forward to.
A U.S. Coast Guardsman stationed at Base Elizabeth City has received one of the nation’s top military honors for meritorious achievement during aerial flight.
Chief Petty Officer David Corcino was awarded the Air Medal on Tuesday for his role in the rescue of two fire and rescue personnel off…
BOSTON — The Coast Guard Research and Development Center, located in New London, Conn., and the crew of Coast Guard Cutter Juniper worked earlier this month to demonstrate and evaluate new technologies to use when responding to oil spills in harsh cold weather environments.
Ryan Winz knows the hardships of being a Coast Guard kid, but also recognizes the benefits.
As commander of one of the U.S. Coast Guard’s busiest bases, Cmdr. Bruce Brown deals with challenges everyday. It seems one of his toughest challenges, however, is happening off base.
Arriving at the Elizabeth City Coast Guard base for the Coast Guard Day celebration on Aug. 4 brought back a flood of memories.
SEWARD, Alaska — Seattle-based Coast Guard Cutter Healy is set to depart Tuesday on a second Artic mission after mooring in Seward to disembark 46 researchers from the University of Alaska-Anchorage and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration from its first mission.
NEW LONDON, Conn. — It wasn't until Alene Whittemore, in her 20s, happened upon a newspaper article in her mother's bedside table that she found out what really happened to her father.
PORTSMOUTH, Va. — The second annual Road Rage Coast Guard event was held last Saturday in Portsmouth, Va.
The Road Rage Event event included the Coast Guard Cutter 10K and the Coast Guard 5K.
Racers received event T-shirts and were awarded medals for finishing the 5K and/or the 10K, as well…