USCGA Alumni Association Seeks President
Interested candidates should submit their resume and cover letter indicating their interest and qualifications by May 15, 2014. The start date will be January 1, 2015.
20 Questions with Dr. Gary Mason '96
Dr. Gary Mason spends his days trying to cure cancer–in particular, pediatric brain tumors.
Ground is broken on USCGA Columbarium
The idea for a USCGA Columbarium was brought to the Alumni Association Board of Directors by VADM Bruce Beran ’57 and RADM Tom Matteson ’57 with the theme “Yes, you can come home” for those academy graduates and their spouses who choose to be inurned on the grounds of the Coast Guard Academy. Ground was broken on April 3, 2014 for the construction of the first structure to be completed this fall.
Dr. Ernest J. Manfred Named CGA Distinguished Professor Emeritus
The Academy recognized the contributions of Dr. Ernest J. Manfred on April 11 and awarded him the title of Distinguished Professor Emeritus. This is the first time in over a decade that the Academy has awarded this prestigious title.
April 2014 Bulletin Now Online
The April 2014 Bulletin was shipped on April 17. Keep an eye on your mailbox or read it online now by clicking on the cover below (log-in required). This issue features a full-color class notes section in celebration of The Bulletin's 75th anniversary, an update on the columbarium project, a history lesson about the combat operations of the Revenue Cutter Hudson in the Spanish-American War and much more.
Academy Announces 2014 Hall of Heroes Inductees
From a pool of over 40 highly qualified and distinguished nominees, five heroes were selected by a panel of cadets who best exemplified the Coast Guard's core values while acting courageously under extreme duress.