Coast Guard Museum Curator Retires

“I believe that what is past is not over,” said U.S. Coast Guard Museum Curator Jen Gaudio. “History is the foundation of the present. You can trace practically anything back to the root cause and origin in the past.” The idea that history sets the context for the present is something that has motivated Gaudio throughout most of her career.…

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Connecticut Honors the U.S. Coast Guard

A ribbon cutting ceremony was held February 10th to open a new exhibit in the Connecticut State Capitol hosted by State Rep. Anthony Nolan to honor the Coast Guard through February 24, 2022. The three-week long exhibit consists of 24 panels and historical artifacts on display in the concourse between the Legislative Office Building and the Capitol Building and will…

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USS Providence Homeport Change Ceremony Prior to Decommissioning

Past and current members of the crew of the Los Angeles-class submarine USS Providence (SSN 719) gathered at Submarine Base New London Friday, August 20, to say goodbye to the oldest active fast attack submarine in the U.S. Navy. Providence is scheduled to leave Groton, Connecticut, for the final time in the coming days and shift her homeport to Bremerton,…

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Submariners, SEALS Join Forces on USS New Mexico

June 8, 2021 – Virginia-class submarine USS New Mexico (SSN 779) embarked members of the Navy Special Warfare community for scheduled interoperability exercises during a brief stop in Souda Bay June 4, 2021. The combined exercises demonstrate the ability to seamlessly integrate SEALS into existing Navy missions in the U.S. Sixth Fleet area of operations to ensure global access, security,…

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Coast Guard Cutter Eagle to depart New London for summer training

April 29, 2021 – The U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Eagle is scheduled to depart New London to begin summer training for more than 130 U.S. Coast Guard Academy cadets on Saturday, May 8. At 295 feet in length, the Eagle, known as “America’s Tall Ship,” is the largest tall ship flying the stars and stripes and the only active square-rigger…

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