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An aviation maintenance technician (AMT) at Coast Guard Air Station
Elizabeth City services an MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter at the Air Station. AMTs
are responsible for routine maintenance of aircraft throughout the Coast
Guard on a daily basis. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Trey Clifton)
An aviation maintenance technician (AMT) at Coast Guard Air Station Elizabeth City services an MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter at the Air Station. AMTs are responsible for routine maintenance of aircraft throughout the Coast Guard on a daily basis. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Trey Clifton)
An Auxiliarist conducts communication watchstander at Coast Guard Station Rio Vista. Station Rio Vista's
crew is responsible for 1,500 miles of navigable waterways in the Bay Area
Delta Region. (Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Loumania
Stewart)
An Auxiliarist conducts communication watchstander at Coast Guard Station Rio Vista. Station Rio Vista's crew is responsible for 1,500 miles of navigable waterways in the Bay Area Delta Region. (Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Loumania Stewart)
A Coast Guard civilian employee, stands watch as the command duty officer in the
Seventh District Command Center.  The CDO is the senior person on watch in the district's command center and is responsible for overseeing the execution of search and rescue operations, law enforcement activities and integration of intelligence information during their 12-hour watches. Unlike their military counterparts who rotate assignments every three to four years, Coast Guard civilian employees remain at the command center, providing continuity and a wealth of experience and local knowledge. (U.S. Coast Guard Photo by Lt. Cmdr. C. T. O'Neil)
A Coast Guard civilian employee, stands watch as the command duty officer in the Seventh District Command Center. The CDO is the senior person on watch in the district's command center and is responsible for overseeing the execution of search and rescue operations, law enforcement activities and integration of... ...More
A group of 4th class cadets pose for a picture.
A group of 4th class cadets pose for a picture.
An Auxiliarist answers vessel safety 
questions during the Safe Boating Day Open House at Coast Guard 
Station Gloucester, Massachusetts. The annual event 
draws hundreds of visitors interested in recreational boating safety. 
May 21 – 27 is National Safe Boating Week and the launch of the Annual North American Safe Boating Campaign, a yearlong effort focused on spreading the message of boating safety and the critical importance of always wearing a life jacket each and every time on the water. (U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary photo by: John W. Keyes)
An Auxiliarist answers vessel safety questions during the Safe Boating Day Open House at Coast Guard Station Gloucester, Massachusetts. The annual event draws hundreds of visitors interested in recreational boating safety. May 21 – 27 is National Safe Boating Week and the launch of the Annual North American... ...More
Crewmembers of Coast Guard Cutter Munro, a 378-foot High Endurance Cutter
homeported in Kodiak, Alaska, execute propulsion commands given by the
cutter's acting conning officer as the cutter transits through Hiram M.
Chittenden Locks in Seattle. The cutter entered Lake Union for a scheduled
dry dock maintenance, which is the last scheduled dry dock for any 378-foot
cutter in the Coast Guard fleet before the ships are decommissioned. U.S.
Coast Guard photo by Seaman Sarah Wilson.
Crewmembers of Coast Guard Cutter Munro, a 378-foot High Endurance Cutter homeported in Kodiak, Alaska, execute propulsion commands given by the cutter's acting conning officer as the cutter transits through Hiram M. Chittenden Locks in Seattle. The cutter entered Lake Union for a scheduled dry dock maintenance,... ...More
A second class maritime enforcement specialist from Coast Guard Sector Puget Sound's Sector Boarding Team, speaks with local boaters about
proper safety equipment during an inspection at Gene Coulon Park in Seattle.
Seafair is an annual event that celebrates summer in the Pacific Northwest.
U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Zac Crawford.
A second class maritime enforcement specialist from Coast Guard Sector Puget Sound's Sector Boarding Team, speaks with local boaters about proper safety equipment during an inspection at Gene Coulon Park in Seattle. Seafair is an annual event that celebrates summer in the Pacific Northwest. U.S. Coast Guard photo... ...More
A 3rd Class Petty Officer, a crewmember of Coast Guard Station Boston, is
underway aboard a 45-foot response boat during a security escort in Boston
Harbor. The station's crew escorted the Norwegian-flagged LNG (liquefied natural gas) tanker BW GDF
SUEZ Boston into a terminal in Boston. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty
Officer 2nd Class Cynthia Oldham)
A 3rd Class Petty Officer, a crewmember of Coast Guard Station Boston, is underway aboard a 45-foot response boat during a security escort in Boston Harbor. The station's crew escorted the Norwegian-flagged LNG (liquefied natural gas) tanker BW GDF SUEZ Boston into a terminal in Boston. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by... ...More
A man is helped up while suffering from a broken leg after his boat flipped
near an island in Galveston Bay. Another man was rescued and taken back to
Coast Guard Station Houston. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd
Class Dustin R. Williams)
A man is helped up while suffering from a broken leg after his boat flipped near an island in Galveston Bay. Another man was rescued and taken back to Coast Guard Station Houston. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Dustin R. Williams)
Commanders conduct a uniform inspection of the crew during Coast Guard Air Station Sitka's change of command ceremony in Sitka, Alaska.  (U.S. Coast Guard Photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Lauren Steenson)
Commanders conduct a uniform inspection of the crew during Coast Guard Air Station Sitka's change of command ceremony in Sitka, Alaska. (U.S. Coast Guard Photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Lauren Steenson)
An aviation maintenance technician (AMT) at Coast Guard Air Station
Elizabeth City services an MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter at the Air Station. AMTs
are responsible for routine maintenance of aircraft throughout the Coast
Guard on a daily basis. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Trey Clifton)
An Auxiliarist conducts communication watchstander at Coast Guard Station Rio Vista. Station Rio Vista's
crew is responsible for 1,500 miles of navigable waterways in the Bay Area
Delta Region. (Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Loumania
Stewart)
A Coast Guard civilian employee, stands watch as the command duty officer in the
Seventh District Command Center.  The CDO is the senior person on watch in the district's command center and is responsible for overseeing the execution of search and rescue operations, law enforcement activities and integration of intelligence information during their 12-hour watches. Unlike their military counterparts who rotate assignments every three to four years, Coast Guard civilian employees remain at the command center, providing continuity and a wealth of experience and local knowledge. (U.S. Coast Guard Photo by Lt. Cmdr. C. T. O'Neil)
A group of 4th class cadets pose for a picture.
An Auxiliarist answers vessel safety 
questions during the Safe Boating Day Open House at Coast Guard 
Station Gloucester, Massachusetts. The annual event 
draws hundreds of visitors interested in recreational boating safety. 
May 21 – 27 is National Safe Boating Week and the launch of the Annual North American Safe Boating Campaign, a yearlong effort focused on spreading the message of boating safety and the critical importance of always wearing a life jacket each and every time on the water. (U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary photo by: John W. Keyes)
Crewmembers of Coast Guard Cutter Munro, a 378-foot High Endurance Cutter
homeported in Kodiak, Alaska, execute propulsion commands given by the
cutter's acting conning officer as the cutter transits through Hiram M.
Chittenden Locks in Seattle. The cutter entered Lake Union for a scheduled
dry dock maintenance, which is the last scheduled dry dock for any 378-foot
cutter in the Coast Guard fleet before the ships are decommissioned. U.S.
Coast Guard photo by Seaman Sarah Wilson.
A second class maritime enforcement specialist from Coast Guard Sector Puget Sound's Sector Boarding Team, speaks with local boaters about
proper safety equipment during an inspection at Gene Coulon Park in Seattle.
Seafair is an annual event that celebrates summer in the Pacific Northwest.
U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Zac Crawford.
A 3rd Class Petty Officer, a crewmember of Coast Guard Station Boston, is
underway aboard a 45-foot response boat during a security escort in Boston
Harbor. The station's crew escorted the Norwegian-flagged LNG (liquefied natural gas) tanker BW GDF
SUEZ Boston into a terminal in Boston. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty
Officer 2nd Class Cynthia Oldham)
A man is helped up while suffering from a broken leg after his boat flipped
near an island in Galveston Bay. Another man was rescued and taken back to
Coast Guard Station Houston. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd
Class Dustin R. Williams)
Commanders conduct a uniform inspection of the crew during Coast Guard Air Station Sitka's change of command ceremony in Sitka, Alaska.  (U.S. Coast Guard Photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Lauren Steenson)

Workforce

Total active duty 40992

Total reserve 7000

Total civilian 8577

Total auxiliary 31000

 Total workforce 87569

Workforce in f y 2013 was 50280 in f y 2014 49908 in f y 2015 49392 in f y 2016 49569. F y 2017 proposed 49894

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