Coast Guard

Eleven Cuban men reached reached shore on Big Pine Key after leaving Cuba on Thursday. The survivors told officials that “one man was separated from the group after entering the water Saturday.”

Did heartbreaking testimony affect sentencing of abusive Coast Guard member?

The hearing at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces could reach beyond former Petty Officer 2nd Class Omar M. Gomez, now serving an eight-year prison term. The case could speak to the role of roiled emotions as the military combats sexual assault.

Congressman pushes Coast Guard to lease or buy ship owned by top campaign donor

Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., has been pushing the U.S. Coast Guard to buy or lease a polar ice-breaking ship owned by one of his top campaign contributors, although the Coast Guard has repeatedly said the vessel doesn’t meet its needs.

'Mohawk' returns after taking 5,000 kilos of cocaine off the water

Drug cartels are out close to $160 million in cocaine thanks to the work of the men and women of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Mohawk in the eastern Pacific Ocean over the past two months.

Coast Guard community mourns death of Portsmouth Naval Shipyard ensign

Richard "Ricky" Davies, 22, died Sunday from injuries he sustained after being struck by a van in Durham, N.H., on Friday.

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