The United States Coast Guard is a military maritime service within the Department of Homeland Security. The core roles are to protect the public, the environment and the US economic and security interests in America’s coasts, ports and inland waterways.
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TRICARE is a health care system with many options, which replaced the former plan.
One of the great benefits of today’s Coast Guard is Leave.
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