1945-Japanese officials signed articles of surrender aboard USS Missouri, officially ending World War II.
1948- CGC Bibb rescued the crew of the Portuguese fishing vessel Gaspar
(Source: USCG Historian’s Office)
The Coast Guard Foundation, a non-profit organization committed to the education and welfare of all Coast Guard members and their families, recognized its Commander Daniel J.
Effective 01 August, 2013, the U. S. Coast Guard will terminate its radioguard of the international voice distress, safety and calling frequency 2182 kHz and the
In 2008 the USCG issued the tanker final rule for salvage and marine firefighting (SMFF) under the Oil Pollution Act of 1990. This rule primarily required tank
The "Memorial Mural," painted by Thomas W. Skinner in 1947, once on display in The Apprentice School's administration and classroom building is being restored.
The "Memorial Mural,
Today in U.S. Naval history - June 17
1833 - USS Delaware enters drydock at Gosport Navy Yard in Norfolk, Va., the first warship to enter a public drydock in
The record-breaking manned submersible was brought to the Navy Yard to be with the Trieste, which is housed in the National Museum of the United States Navy.