Photos

Photographs, including reproductions and scans of drawings, illustrations, and images, depicting the U.S. Coast Guard and its five predecessor agencies: the Revenue Cutter Service, the Life-Saving Service, the Lighthouse Service, the Bureau of Navigation, and the Steamboat Inspection Service from the Coast Guard Archives and Special Collections, Coast Guard, and National Archives.

NOTE: Images provided are in the public domain.

Images & Photographs
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embers of the U.S. Coast Guard Atlantic Strike Team, from Fort Dix, N.J., continue to monitor air quality and coordinate equipment and personnel wash-downs amid the rubble of the Sept., 11 World Trade Center attack in New York City.
"The Coast Guard Cutter Tahoma guards the Hudson River Sept. 17 as part of port security duties after Sept. 11 terrorist attack on the World Trade Centers in New York."; 17 September 2001; CG# 0109017-C-9409S-508; photo by PA2 Tom Sperduto.
Members of Coast Guard Strike Team, Petty Officer 2rd class Tina Claflin and Cdr. Gail Kulisch gives President Bush a tour of the Strike Team tent.
Coast Guard crewmembers patrol the harbor after the collapse of the World Trade Center.  Terrorist hijacked four commercial jets and then crashed them into the World Trade Center in New York, the Pentagon and the Pennsylvania countryside.  USCG photo by PA2 Tom Sperduto
"Home of the Ground Zero Heroes (my team)."; MST1 Schrader is the "second one in."; photo by MST1 Robert J. Schrader.
Provided courtesy of MST1 Robert J. Schrader.
A Coast Guard RHIB off Manhattan on the morning of 11 September 2001 (not a USCG photograph).
Photo was taken by Chan Irwin and was provided courtesy of Mike Harmon.
"A Coast Guard Port Security boat races to question a recreational vessel on the Hudson River in New York. Coast Guard vessels are deployed around Manhattan to ensure the safety of New York city's waterways."; 19 September 2001; CG# 010910-C-9409S-501 (FR); photo by PA2 Tom Sperduto.
A photo of the Pentagon burning after the terrorist attack.
The World Trade Center complex continues to burn, while the Coast Guard Cutter Tahoma controls vessel traffic in New York harbor September 15.
A Coast Guard boarding team aboard a 41-footer looks over a privately owned vessel in New York Harbor as the World Trade Center site burns in the background.  USCG Photo by PA3 Tom Sperduto, USCG.
A Coast Guard rescue team from Sandy Hook, NJ, races to the scene of the World Trade Center terrorist attack.
The USCGC Juniper steams past the Statue of Liberty on 09/11.
"Secretary of Transportation Norman Y. Mineta, Admiral Richard Bennis and Lt. Commander Paul Gerecke at Newark Airport Sept. 23, 2001."; CG# 010923-C-9409S-508 (FR); photo by PA2 Tom Sperduto.
A photo of the "Officers and crew of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter PONCHARTRAIN at Halifax, N.S.,
A photo of the "Officers and crew of the Coast Guard Cutter SARANAC."
A photo of the Commandant and members of USCG HQ, circa 1921.
A photo of installing the finger-print system in the Coast Guard.  Left to right Yeoman second class A. G. Whaley being finger-printed by Pay Clerk J. A. Shaw.
USCG rifle team
A cartoon published in the USCG Magazine during World War II entitled "They Found Out!" by Larry O'Toole.