The base began as the Navy’s Naval Air Station Kodiak in 1941. ISC Kodiak gained an outstanding reputation for providing Rock Solid support where ever it was needed.
Coast Guard Station Juneau
Coast Guard Station Juneau dates back to the middle 1950’s. The original Station was located in Auke bay and remained there until 1978 when it was moved to its current location. Then, as of now, the station performed all missions assigned today with the additional mission of servicing manned lighthouses.
ISC Ketchikan was established on 22 May 1996 from elements of the former USCG Group Ketchikan and USCG Base Ketchikan, combined with personnel formerly assigned to the Seventeenth CG District Administration Division. Station Ketchikan responds to an average of 150 Search and Rescue cases every year.
Training Center Petaluma
The Coast Guard Training Center (TRACEN) Petaluma is much more than the sum of its schools. It’s a small town whose residents share a commitment to mission, respect, innovation, and a focus on personal development.
Integrated Support Command Miami
ISC Miami was created on 17 May 1996 from the merger of Base Miami Beach and some financial and administrative elements of the Seventh Coast Guard District Staff.
Integrated Support Command Honolulu
From Hawaii to Guam to Japan, ISC Honolulu supports 35 commands throughout the 14th District Area of Responsibility, including over 3,000 Coast Guard active duty members, reservists, civilians, auxiliaries, and their families. ISC Honolulu evolved from the former U.S. Lighthouse Service Depot at both Pier 4 and a 5-acre plot on Sand Island.
Air Station Elizabeth City
Coast Guard Air Station Elizabeth City is one of the busiest Air Stations in the Coast Guard. On any single day, aircrews may be as far away as Greenland, the Azores or the Caribbean.
Sector Hampton Roads
On 15 July 2005, Marine Safety Office Hampton Roads, Group Hampton Roads, and Group Eastern Shore merged to become Sector Hampton Roads.
Training Center Yorktown
Training Center Yorktown occupies the easternmost tip of Virginia’s historical triangle, formed by Jamestown, Williamsburg, and Yorktown. Yorktown’s moment in history began September 28, 1781, when a group of Colonial and French soldiers set out from Williamsburg to lay siege to the British Army that had fortified the seaport hamlet.
Additional Coast Guard Bases
Point Reyes Station
South San Francisco