Posted by PA2 Connie Terrell, Thursday, April 19, 2018
All Hands selects several messages to publish in a weekly post to help raise awareness about specific messages and useful information.
* NOTE: The series does not contain all of the new messages, just select ones. Click here to view internet releasable messages, or go to the Portal to view all messages (must be at a Coast Guard workstation).
This ALCOAST reminds personnel of the Coast Guard’s Civil Rights Awareness (CRA) mandatory training requirement. All Coast Guard Personnel (Active duty, Reserve and Civilian) are required to complete CRA training triennially. The training is instructor-led and covers anti-harassment policies and the procedures in place to address harassing behavior.
Congratulations to the nominees chosen to attend the 2018-19 MIT Seminar XXI program! Seminar XXI is a prestigious educational program for 75 senior military officers, government officials, and industry executives in the national security policy community. The program’s goal is to equip rising military officials and civilian executives with the multidimensional analytic skills needed to understand foreign relations and shape effective policy options for the United States.
This message solicits candidates for Coast Guard advanced education opportunities sponsored by DCMS to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to exercise Coast Guard technical authority, lead people, and manage programs. Graduates of these advanced education programs will be placed in positions of significant responsibility directly impacting Coast Guard missions, systems, resources, and people. Members desiring a challenging career with opportunities to serve in positions of increasing responsibility are strongly encouraged to apply.
Congratulations to Coast Guard, Base Kodiak, Rockmore-King Clinic for receiving the DHS Chief Medical Officer Life Saving Award for their heroic actions resulting in a life being saved.
This ALCOAST is soliciting for eight high performing officers committed to making a positive difference as the newest members of the Coast Guard legal program (CGJAG). From law enforcement to disaster response, from intelligence operations to marine safety and security, CGJAG is actively engaged in every Coast Guard mission. We provide commanders a decision-making advantage and drive mission execution by delivering proactive legal advice and counsel across the full spectrum of Coast Guard operations.
All children deserve a safe, stable, and nurturing environment in which to live, learn, and thrive. This year’s theme, “Strong Communities Strengthen Families” emphasizes the concept that children are the winners when leaders and the community are informed, attentive and supportive of parents and families. It is for these reasons that the Coast Guard remains unwavering in its absolute commitment to the safety and well-being of our children. As we observe National Child Abuse Prevention Month this April, we must always ensure that our families have the support they need to effectively recognize and prevent child abuse and neglect in our communities.
Congratulations to Captain (sel) Stephen Matadobra as the 15th Gold (Officer) Ancient Mariner since the inception of the program in 1978. CAPT(sel) Matadobra will assume the title of Gold Ancient Mariner from VADM Fred M. Midgette, who will be retiring after 36 years of service.
In accordance with reference (a), The Enlisted Personnel Management (EPM) Division is soliciting for units interested in receiving EPM’s Assignments and Career Development Presentation inpreparation for Assignment Year 2019. Beginning in Spring 2018, EPM-2 Assignment Officers and Assignment Coordinators are available to deliver personnel management overview presentations and career counseling.
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