Pause for a cause

  Coast Guardsmen are a contractually nomadic tribe, traveling from coast to coast and then some carrying out the King’s business.   As perpetual transplants, they don’t just live where they work. They put down roots and help their new […]


Initiating Anchors

If there’s one certainty in life, it’s that nothing is certain. We are constantly changing, adapting and overcoming to reach goals we set. These goals can be for us, our families or the organizations we belong to. But, what most […]


Homerun bound

Passion is a motivator. Passion has the power to push people to move forward beyond expectations. It provides the drive and motivation to get up every day and charge at life. The service is built by passionate individuals who have […]


The BIONIC PIG effect

While surrounded by both senior enlisted and military officers, a timid fireman walks up to the double-glass doors of a red-bricked building. Hoping to gain leadership wisdom from those surrounding her, a nervous breath escapes the fireman’s lips. The cacophony […]


The when and Y

  A small amount of oil released into the ocean will unfurl, blossom and expand in every direction to form a greasy, rainbow-tinted dream coat on the surface of the water.   It’s not unpleasant to look at, but its […]


A Workout to Remember: CG-6535

As heroes of history fell legends sprang forth from their daring feats, but now CrossFit workouts (WODs) are created in their honor. This multimedia project is of the 2nd Annual CG-6535 Memorial Workout done by Coast Guardsmen of the 8th Coast Guard District at the CrossFit Overtorque box in New Orleans.


A three-legged rescue

  On a windy, rainy Saturday afternoon Andrew Vuichard and his dog were called into service. Vuichard, a captain for Tow Boat U.S., was making his way to assist a disabled boat in the area. The boat had run out […]


Killer Ex

“I’VE GOT AN OPEN DOOR LEFT! NEED SUPPORT, NEED SUPPORT!!” The voices are close.


The Master Cutterman of the Harry Claiborne

It’s your birthday; you’re hanging out with your family and friends. There are candles, birthday cake and presents. Relaxing right? Chief Warrant Officer Paul Zado’s first birthday underway as a Coast Guardsman was a little different. He was a petty […]


A fistful of maintenance schedules

Thanks to an attention to detail that would rival Stanley Kubrick at his most meticulous and a borderline obsessive compulsive adherence to maintenance schedules, the crewmembers of Coast Guard Air Station New Orleans keep their helicopters mission-ready through a constant […]


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