U.S. Coast Guard

Description

The mission of the U.S. Coast Guard is to protect the public, the environment, and U.S. economic interests — in the nation's ports and waterways, along the coast, on international waters, or in any maritime region as required to support national security. As one of the five branches of the Armed Forces, the U.S. Coast Guard is vital to our nation's safety and security. U.S. Coast Guard personnel are the backbone of America’s maritime security. They represent the diverse makeup of our nation and support not only those on active duty but also families, veterans, and retirees through education, training and benefit programs. The U.S. Coast Guard also employs a topnotch civilian workforce, with more than 7,000 positions in nearly 100 locations nationwide. Search for Jobs and Internships at USAJobs.gov. Learn more about our service: Coast Guard Compass: http://coastguard.dodlive.mil Coast Guard All Hands: http://allhands.coastguard.dodlive.mil Coast Guard Maritime Commons: http://mariners.coastguard.dodlive.mil

Headquarters:
United States

Military

Speciaties:

Military Maritime Environmental Protection Stewardship Search & Rescue

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