A month on the job, and Ensign Dana Rohde was at the helm of a 225-foot-long, 2,000-ton seagoing buoy tender.
The day started at 3:30 a.m. with the sounding of an alarm — the kind that goes off when there's been a collision.
As strong winds blew in the afternoon of Aug. 16, 1918, an explosion offshore rattled windows in Rodanthe.
A bridegroom has been credited with saving a struggling swimmer just moments after his beach wedding on the Gulf Coast.
Former military leaders gather Tuesday at a conference on sea level rise and security at The Citadel.
More members of the Coast Guard could be headed to the Asia-Pacific region and Africa next year.
More than 5 tons of cocaine seized in international waters was offloaded by the crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Hamilton.
A tourist boat was on the lake despite wind speeds far exceeding allowable limits when it sank last month in Missouri.
The Coast Guard is seeking public comment on a review of the environmental impacts related to the National Coast Guard Museum.