Unit William & Mary Student Experiences Life Aboard USCG Cutter

Unit William & Mary Student Experiences Life Aboard USCG Cutter

This winter break, I was privileged to spend 26 days aboard the USCGC Hollyhock, homeported in Port Huron, Michigan. She is a 225-foot buoy tender and icebreaker, commanded by Lieutenant Commander Molly K. Waters.
I didn’t know what to expect when I came on board, but I was ready to experience cutter life.

Mass Maritime Academy Cadet Voyages on the Juniper

Mass Maritime Academy Cadet Voyages on the Juniper

Cadet Matthew Singleton of Massachusetts Maritime Academy went aboard the US Coast Guard Buoy Tender Juniper. While aboard the vessel, Mr. Singleton used his skills obtained at the Maritime Academy to contribute towards his activities.

AUP Unit Washington hosts summer operations weekend

AUP Unit Washington hosts summer operations weekend

Article by Christopher Weber, Class of 2015, AUP Unit William & Mary

Auxiliary University Programs Unit Washington, with the sponsorship of Flotilla Northern Virginia (054-25-12), hosted an AUP Operations Weekend on June 28-30, 2013. Students and staff from AUP Unit Washington, The College of William and Mary, Auburn University, and the Remote Collaborative Unit reported to Columbia Island Marina Saturday morning for an all-hands briefing, detailing three main operations for the coming days.