Partnership in Education emblem

Partnering in education; investing in the future

Typically when you try anything for the first time you don’t expect to have an award-winning performance, but that’s just what Sector Field Office Galveston accomplished during their inaugural year of the Partnership in Education program.


Motorcycles line the road leading up to U.S. Coast Guard Sector Galveston before a charity ride for the Wounded Warrior Project.

Choppers support Wounded Warriors

On the morning of May 5, 2012 near, Coast Guard Sector Field Office Galveston, an intimidating rumble could be heard outside the base as approximately 40 motorcycles and their riders gathered outside for the Wounded Warrior Project charity ride. This […]


Buoy Yard Galveston

Supplying the waterways

The Coast Guard Buoy Yard, located at Sector Field Office Galveston, has the unique task of supplying aids to navigation teams with critical supplies. These ANT teams help keep traffic moving in and out of our nations ports and waterways […]


Coast Guard units restore last Aid to Navigation damaged by Hurricane Ike

 Crews from Coast Guard units in the Galveston area repaired the last aid to navigation in their area of operation that had been destroyed by Hurricane Ike, April 12-13, 2011. But it was no easy task. The reconstruction of the […]


>Welcome Back Dauntless!

> The Coast Guard Cutter Dauntless, a 210-foot medium endurance cutter homeported in Galveston, Texas, returned from a late winter patrol on Wednesday, April 7, 2010. I had the opportunity to sit down with Cmdr. James Andrews, commanding officer of […]


>Family time

>After 15 years of marriage and two children later, Valerie Andrews has discovered the secret to a successful marriage as the wife to a commanding officer. Andrews, the wife of Cmdr. Jim Andrews, commanding officer of the Coast Guard Cutter […]