The Atlantic Area Command Center coordinates Homeland Security, Law Enforcement, and Rescue Missions that occur on the High Seas across and outside District Boundaries ranging from the Rocky Mountains to the Arabian Gulf and spans 14 million square miles.

Our Command Staff

Vice Admiral Scott A. BuschmanCommander
Atlantic Area
      
Vice Admiral Scott A. Buschman
Capt St. Pierre PhotoChief Of Staff
Atlantic Area
CAPT St. Pierre
   
Deputy Commander
Atlantic Area

Deputy Area Commander

Reserve Chief of Staff Atlantic Area 
CAPT Julia Hein

   
Chaplain
Atlantic Area
Captain Bruce Boyle, CHC, USN

External Affairs
Atlantic Area
Commander Ann Bassolino

   

Command Master Chief Atlantic Area
CMC James "Jim" Bach

 

USCG Historian Atlantic AreaHistorian
Atlantic Area
William H. Thiesen, PHD 
           
   
Reserve Command Master Chief
Atlantic Area
CMC Joe Pasqua
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Lt. LaShonda Holmes gets to spend all day in her "cockpit office" and shares some insight into why she loves flying for a living. 🚁
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He grew up on the beaches of Trinidad and Tobago but today, he proudly serves aboard the U.S. Coast Guard Southeast-based Cutter Resolute. To cement his commitment and love to the nation in which he serves, Seaman Kenwyn Berkeley recently took the Oath of Allegiance during a U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services naturalization ceremony aboard Resolute. 🇺🇸
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In this Paratus Report episode, the #USCG has rolled out the Visual Imagery Management System (VIMS), a new platform for members to submit imagery from the field to district public affairs offices, information on the Transition Assistance Program and Operation Dry Water. More info and links available on the All Hands blog: <a href="https://goo.gl/zvxvAz" target="_blank">https://goo.gl/zvxvAz</a>
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We want our members to help tell the #USCG&#39;s story. &#128248; Easily submit your images from the field to your district: uscg.work/vims
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United States Coast Guard Barque EAGLE is excited to be a part of Velas Latinoam&#233;rica Cura&#231;ao 2018 to celebrate a number of key milestones and bicentenaries for many South America nations, including the Proclamation and Oath of the Independence of Chile in 1818. The event will strengthen bonds between the navies and nations participating. Check out the event here! <a href="https://tallshipsnetwork.com/events/velas-latinoamerica-curacao-2018/" target="_blank">https://tallshipsnetwork.com/events/velas-latinoamerica-curacao-2018/</a>
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Our #USCG leadership represented the service at the MLB All Star Armed Services Classic yesterday. Nice job Team Coast Guard! &#128077;&#127995; ⚾️ U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Army, U.S. Navy and United States Air Force
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Revenue Cutter McCulloch performed search and rescue, ice operations, law enforcement, environmental protection, humanitarian relief and maritime defense during it&#39;s 20-year career. It was the first cutter to steam through the Mediterranean and Red seas, transit the Suez Canal, and visit the Far East by way of the Indian Ocean. McCulloch and the men who sailed it remain a part of the legend and lore of the long blue line. #SundayReading
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Aidalis Mills has been a civil servant at U.S. Coast Guard Great Lakes for over 20 years. As the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve funds manager for the 9th District, Mills’ job is to execute funding associated with reserve affairs for over 450 reservists across the district. Her selfless service has earned her the 2018 George R. Putnam Inspirational Leadership award. Read more to find out what inspires this inspirational leader.
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#USCG crews from U.S. Coast Guard Station Sandy Hook and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) disentangled a humpback whale off Sandy Hook, N.J. this week. &#128011;
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Vice Commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard Adm. Charles Ray visited the #USCG Research and Development Center in New London, Conn., where the latest and greatest in Coast Guard technology is researched, tested and evaluated. #knowyourmil
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#ICYMI, U.S. Coast Guard Alaska crews from U.S. Coast Guard Air Station Sitka rescued 11 people who survived a plane crash at 2,000 feet in elevation nearly 40 miles from Ketchikan, Alaska. "Cases like these exemplify the versatility of our aircrews and how capable they are to expertly perform rescues from the ocean or even mountainsides," said Cmdr. Michael Kahle.
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The #USCG is looking at alternatives to pyrotechnic flares through the use of LED devices. The alternative would provide a conspicuous and identifiable two-hour signal that lasts far longer than current pyrotechnic flares. Pyrotechnic flares can pose a safety hazard to people not trained in their use. In addition, expired flares can create environmental hazards through leaching chemicals when disposed of in landfills or at sea. Which distress signal would you prefer?
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"We&#39;re in a house. We&#39;re trapped. The water level&#39;s rising and I have my 85-year-old grandfather here and we can&#39;t move him. What do we do?" When Harvey hit Houston, local networks in the area became so overwhelmed, #USCG calls were routed to the Coast Guard&#39;s National Command Center in Washington, D.C., but how were they able to identify areas and individuals with the greatest need? Coast Guard Geospatial Intelligence officers created a heat map showing caller locations and the type of assistance requested to better manage resources on the ground.
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The #USCG participated in the Tradewinds exercise near St. Kitts. Coast Guard crew members conduct communications and engineering training in the multinational exercise to enhance response capabilities.
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The U.S. Coast Guard Academy renewed a longstanding tradition last week as 279 U.S. cadets and 11 international cadets took part in Day One. Class of 2022 features the largest and most diverse group of international students. Read more: goo.gl/hmjAgR
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Since 1982, LEDETs have evolved from a counterdrug unit under local #USCG command, to one of the service’s modern Deployable Specialized Forces with a global area of responsibility. Read more: goo.gl/ZiMyuL #SundayReading
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Cmdr. Zeita Merchant, commanding officer of MSU Chicago, was presented with the 2017 Capt. David H. Jarvis Inspirational Leadership Award on June 7. Read more about her "spirit of excellence": goo.gl/dWuMWb #ShoutoutSaturday
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