Young Jamaican origin, ranking Lieutenant U.S. Coast Guard, Jeanine is the first black American who has distinguished herself by becoming a pilot in the prestigious civil security unit of United States Coast Guard . which made her the first African-American civil pilot in the history of the U.S. Coast Guard. She joined the Coast Guard in 2003 after its accreditation Coast Guard Officer Candidate School .
NEW LONDON, Conn. -- U.S. Coast Guard Academy cadets conduct a regimental review Oct. 12, 2012. The review was held to honor the 200th Anniversary of the War of 1812. The special guests of the review were Capt. Raymond W. Pulver, commanding officer of Coast Guard Cutter Eagle, and Mr. John Johnson, president of OPSAIL Connecticut 2012. U.S. Coast Guard photograph by Petty Officer 3rd Class Cory J. Mendenhall. #coastie #coastguard
USCGC "STRATTON" (WMSL-752) is a (418') Legend Class Maritime Security Cutter - Commissioned: 31 May 2012 - Crew: 14 Officers + 99 Enlisted (Can Carry up to 148 Depending on Mission) - Home Port, Coast Guard Island, Alameda, California - Armament: 1 x 57mm Naval Gun, 4 x .50 cal Browning M2 Heavy, 2 x 7.62mm M240B Light Machine Guns and Various Small Arms – Aircraft Carried: 2 Eurocopter MH-65C Dolphin MCH, 1 Eurocopter MH-65C Dolphin MCH & 2 VUAV or 4 VUAV - Still in Active Service, as of…
Coast Guard Cutter Hamilton, a National Security Cutter, makers her maiden arrival Charleston, S.C., Nov. 24, 2014. Hamilton is the first NSC to be stationed on the East Coast since the new class of cutters was established. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Stephen Lehmann)
The Coast Guard Cutter Eagle, a 295-foot barque homeported in New London, Conn., participates in the Parade of Sail as a crew aboard a 25-foot Response Boat – Small provides security for the event here, June 8, 2012. The Eagle’s primary mission is to train officer candidates and cadets before they enter the fleet as commissioned officers.
US Coast Guard Cutter Polar Star, a heavy icebreaker home-ported in Seattle, sits hove-to on the ice in the Ross Sea near Antarctica while underway in support of Operation Deep Freeze 2015, Jan. 9, 2015. Deep Freeze is a multi-agency operation, the military component of the U.S. Antarctic program, which is managed by the National Science Foundation. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 1st Class George Degener.
CAPE DISAPPOINTMENT, Wash. -- A Coast Guard rescue swimmer hanging from a Coast Guard MH-60 Dolphin helicopter prepares to enter the water during high seas rescue training at Cape Disappointment, Wash., Nov. 15, 2008. This photo won third place in the 2009 Coast Guard Photo Contest. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Chuck Ferrante.