United States Coast Guard

branch of the United States Armed Forces
English: The United States Coast Guard (USCG) is a service within the department of Homeland Security involved in maritime law enforcement, mariner assistance, search and rescue, in wartime it becomes a branch of the United States Armed Forces with a role in national defense.
Español: La Guardia Costera de Estados Unidos (United States Coast Guard) forma la rama más pequeña de las cinco que forman las Fuerzas Armadas de Estados Unidos.
Français : US Coast Guard
Tiếng Việt: Tuần duyên Hoa Kỳ



See Category:United States Coast Guard Districts


see Category:Flags of the United States Coast Guard


The Coast Guard was formed by merging the Revenue Cutter Service and Life Saving Service in 1915, the Light House Service was absorbed in 1939. (See History of the United States Coast Guard.)


see Category:People of the United States Coast Guard


System of Systems (Integrated Deepwater System)
see Category:United States Coast Guard equipment


Note: USCGC refers to U.S. Coast Guard Cutter and applys to vessels of 65 feet or more.(see United States Coast Guard vessels)

Famous class cuttersEdit

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