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  • United States Coast Guard Academy
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  • About: Superintendent' s Welcome
    women a unique leader development experience that combines academics athletics and professional development Our small size allows us to offer small classes and accessible faculty all of whom have advising responsibilities Graduates receive both a Bachelor of Science degree in one of our eight majors and a commission as an officer in the United States Coast Guard and a guaranteed job with great benefits In addition about 80 percent of our graduates continue on to earn masters degrees paid for by the Coast Guard If you are interested in more than just a great education if you want to challenge yourself to test your mettle to develop your character and continue growing as a leader if you want to be part of something bigger than yourself if you have a desire to serve your nation and humanity then maybe the Coast Guard Academy is the right place for you We are very selective highly competitive and are looking for the very best young men and women who have demonstrated they have what it takes to develop into commissioned officers and leaders of character and who share our commitment to our core values of honor respect and devotion to duty Our leadership and professional development program sets us apart from most institutions of higher learning if the idea of sailing onboard the 300 foot Barque Eagle or our new Leadership 44 yawls as part of your classroom experience sounds exciting we may be the place for you Our exceptional academic program is among the Nation s best as reflected in the national rankings In 2015 U S News and World Report ranked the Coast Guard Academy number one in the Regional Colleges North category and number twelve in the nation in the Best in Undergraduate Engineering Programs category Our Division III

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  • About: Superintendent' s Biography
    June 1 2015 He reported to the Academy after serving as Director Joint Interagency Task Force West JIATF West the U S Pacific Command s executive agent for planning and conducting counter drug strategy in an area of operations covering more than 105 million square miles Prior to this assignment Rear Admiral Rendon served as Assistant Superintendent of the Coast Guard Academy the Superintendent s direct representative to oversee day to day operations Prior to his first Academy assignment he served as Director of Staff to the Vice Commandant Rear Admiral Rendon is a surface operations specialist with a diverse list of assignments over his 28 year Coast Guard officer career He served as Commander Sector Northern New England in Portland Maine as well as Chief Response Fifth Coast Guard District in Portsmouth Virginia Rear Admiral Rendon is a cutterman with afloat tours as Deck Watch Officer aboard Durable a 210 foot cutter home ported in Brownsville Texas Executive Officer aboard the patrol boat Ocracoke in Roosevelt Roads Puerto Rico and Commanding Officer of the Surface Effect Ship Petrel in Key West Florida Other operational ashore assignments consist of staff advisor Seventh Coast Guard District Intelligence and Law Enforcement Branch in Miami Florida Operations Officer for Group Key West Florida as well as Commander Coast Guard Group Mayport in Northeast Florida Rear Admiral Rendon served as Aide de Camp to the 20th Commandant of the Coast Guard He also completed a Congressional Fellowship in our nation s Capital where he worked for the House of Representatives Government Reform Subcommittee on Criminal Justice Drug Policy and Human Resources followed by a two year assignment as Drug Policy Advisor to the Speaker of the House Rear Admiral Rendon s personal awards include a Legion of Merit Meritorious Service Medal 6 Coast Guard

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  • About: Admiral Rendon' s Speeches
    ABOUT Superintendent s Welcome Superintendent s Biography Speeches Board of Trustees Academy at a Glance USCG Core Values USCGA Vision and Mission Strategic Plan 2013 2018 Academy History USCGA Timeline USCGA Traditions Hall of Heroes Calendar Contacts Campus Phone List Office of Inclusion and Diversity Eclipse Week 2016 Model a Community of Inclusion Celebrating Diversity in the U S Coast Guard Diversity Councils STEM Outreach Giving Opportunities Alumni Association Parents

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  • United States Coast Guard Academy: Board of Trustees
    Control Communications Computers and Information Technology C4IT and Commander Coast Guard Cyber Command As the Assistant Commandant for C4IT he is responsible for the management and oversight of all Coast Guard C4IT operational business and infrastructure assets As the Commander of Coast Guard Cyber Command he is responsible for providing a safe secure and resilient cyber environment that allows for the execution of Coast Guard and marine operations Rear Admiral Lytle is a 1981 graduate of the U S Coast Guard Academy in New London Connecticut Upon graduation with a Bachelor of Science degree in Management he was assigned to duty on board the USCGC Boutwell in Seattle Washington as the Anti submarine and Weapons Officer In 1983 he moved to Miami Florida and served tours in the District Seven Command Center and in what is now the District Seven Maritime Intelligence Center In 1989 Rear Admiral Lytle was selected for the Post Graduate Training Program and attended the University of Miami in Coral Gables Florida He graduated in 1991 with a Master of Science degree in Computer Information Systems and a Master s Certificate in Telecommunications Rear Admiral Lytle s next tour took him out of Miami to the Coast Guard Research and Development Center in Groton Connecticut In 1995 Rear Admiral Lytle returned to Miami to serve as the Operations Officer for Coast Guard Group Miami until 1997 and then as the Commanding Officer of Electronic Systems Support Unit Miami From 2000 to 2003 he served as a Division Chief in the Information Systems Directorate at the Telecommunications and Information Systems Command TISCOM From 2003 to 2005 he completed duty at CG Headquarters as the Chief Office of Command and Control Capability He returned to TISCOM in 2005 to serve as the Commanding Officer From 2008 to 2011 Rear Admiral Lytle held the position of Deputy Assistant Commandant for C4IT CG 6d with over a year of that period also serving as the Acting Assistant Commandant for C4IT and the Coast Guard Chief Information Officer From 2011 to 2014 he served as the Director Command Control Communications and Computer C4 Systems and Chief Information Officer CIO of the U S Cyber Command In this dual position he was responsible for the delivery of C4 systems that drove the effective execution of all cyber missions and the coordination and implementation of C4 and cyber policy plans architecture capital planning and investment information assurance network and web services and systems networks requirements Rear Admiral Lytle s decorations include the Defense Superior Service Medal two Legion of Merit medals two Meritorious Service Medals two Coast Guard Commendation Medals three Coast Guard Achievement Medals Commandant s Letter of Commendation various Coast Guard and Navy Unit Commendations and Coast Guard Expert Medals for both Rifle and Pistol Download the PDF Rear Admiral Todd A Sokalzuk Assistant Commandant for Resources and Chief Financial Officer CFO U S Coast Guard Rear Admiral Todd Sokalzuk serves as the Assistant Commandant for Resources and Chief Financial Officer for the U S Coast Guard In this capacity he is responsible for all Coast Guard financial management and resource activities including planning programming budgeting and execution of the service s appropriations Rear Admiral Sokalzuk was promoted to Flag rank in April 2014 Rear Admiral Sokalzuk is originally from Sunbury Pennsylvania and graduated from the Coast Guard Academy in 1985 He served aboard USCGC Sherman and Morganthau He was designated a Naval Aviator in 1989 and is a 2007 graduate of the Air War College Rear Admiral Sokalzuk s first aviation assignment was as a duty standing pilot flying HH 3F Pelican and HH 60J Jayhawk helicopters at Air Station Clearwater He also served as an HH 60J instructor pilot at the Aviation Training Center Serving as the Deputy Commander of Activities San Diego he managed the reorganization of the unit to a Sector in 2005 Rear Admiral Sokalzuk commanded Air Stations Savannah and Clearwater during tours that included responses to Hurricanes Katrina Ike Gustav and the Haiti Earthquake Rear Admiral Sokalzuk has served in various staff positions In the Office of Aviation Management he developed resource proposals and managed funding for a variety of aviation programs including the Airborne Use of Force program Assigned to the Office of Programs he reviewed Coast Guard resource policy and proposals for the Coast Guard s naval aviation civil and electronics engineering programs From 2010 to 2012 he served as the Chief of the Office of Budget and Programs leading the development and submission of the Coast Guard s annual federal budget request Prior to his current assignment Rear Admiral Sokalzuk served as the Chief of Staff to the Commander of the Eighth Coast Guard District The Eighth District is responsible for U S Coast Guard operations spanning 26 states including the Gulf coastline from Florida to Mexico and the adjacent offshore waters of the Gulf of Mexico as well as the inland waterways of the Mississippi Ohio Missouri and Tennessee River systems Rear Admiral Sokalzuk s military awards include Legion of Merit Meritorious Service Medal the Air Medal Coast Guard Commendation Medal and various unit commendations Download the PDF Rear Admiral Stephen P Metruck Commander Fifth Coast Guard District U S Coast Guard Prior to arriving at the Fifth Coast Guard District Rear Admiral Metruck served as the Assistant Commandant for Resources and Chief Financial Officer for the U S Coast Guard In this capacity he was responsible for all Coast Guard financial management and resource activities including planning programming budgeting and execution of the service s 10 billion annual appropriation Rear Admiral Metruck was promoted to Flag rank in July 2011 After an initial tour afloat aboard Coast Guard Cutter Durable Rear Admiral Metruck has operationally served principally in the Marine Safety Security and Environmental Protection mission areas including field assignments at Coast Guard Headquarters and Marine Safety Offices Tampa Florida and Buffalo New York For three years following the attacks of 9 11 Rear Admiral Metruck served as the Commanding Officer of the Marine Safety Office in San Diego California where he implemented security strategies in one of the nation s most strategic ports He was later assigned as Commander of Sector Seattle serving as Federal Maritime Security Coordinator Federal On Scene Coordinator for oil spills and hazardous substances Captain of the Port and Officer in Charge Marine Inspection for all of Puget Sound one of the nation s most challenging port complexes and area of responsibility Rear Admiral Metruck then served as the Chief of Staff for the Eleventh Coast Guard District overseeing 48 units and over 2 600 active duty reserve and civilian employees carryout all Coast Guard missions across 3 3 million square miles of waterways encompassing the states of California Arizona Nevada Utah and the offshore waters of Mexico and Central America He has also served in special assignments as a Congressional Fellow to Senator John F Kerry of Massachusetts and U S Coast Guard Liaison to the U S Mission to the United Nations in New York City Rear Admiral Metruck is a native of Massena New York and a 1982 graduate of the U S Coast Guard Academy where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Ocean Engineering He was awarded a Master s Degree in Public Administration from the Harvard University John F Kennedy School of Government He has also served as a Military Fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington D C and Fellow on the Chief of Naval Operation s Strategic Studies Group based in Newport Rhode Island Rear Admiral Metruck s personal decorations include three Legions of Merit two Meritorious Service Medals three Coast Guard Commendation Medals the Department of Transportation 9 11 Medal and the Coast Guard Achievement Medal Download the PDF PNACO Peter W Melera Commodore U S Coast Guard Auxiliary Peter W Melera was born in Jersey City New Jersey on February 19 1942 He was raised in Sharon Springs New York where he graduated from high school in 1960 and still owns a home He attended the Pennsylvania Military College in Chester the State University of New York at Cobleskill and the University of Georgia in Athens where he obtained a Ph D in 1969 Melera has held faculty positions at the Sloan Kettering Institute for Cancer Research in New York City the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore Maryland and is now Professor of Medicine and Associate Dean for Research at the Robert Wood Johnson School of Medicine in Camden New Jersey where he is also the Deputy Director for Basic Science at the Cancer Research Institute of Cooper University Hospital Dr Melera joined Flotilla 62 of the former 3NR 1SR in Rye New York on July 18 1974 During the ensuing 21 years he served in appointed positions at the Flotilla Division and District levels and in elected positions at all levels including serving on the National EXCOMM as NARCO East and NAVCO from 1992 94 He earned the AUXOP device in 1983 and became certified as an Auxiliary Coxswain in 1985 and a Boat Crew Qualification Examiner in 1987 At NACON 1994 he was elected to the position of NACO for 1995 1996 The years from 1993 to 1997 saw great changes in the Coast Guard as required by the Congressional mandate to downsize and streamline Best business practices were adopted Total Quality Management TQM as formulated by the use of Quality Action Teams QATs was implemented service wide and that by necessity included the Auxiliary This provided an opportunity for COMO Melera to propose to the National Board an extensive reorganization of the NAEXCOM and the National Staff Upon approval by the Board and the Commandant a Directorate style of management similar to that adopted by the Coast Guard was activated on February 29 1996 to promote better operational alignment with the parent service During his term COMO Melera oversaw the dismantling of the Area Conferences and stand up of N TRAIN and the National Area Planning Meetings to enhance training and communication at all levels On June 27 1995 Melera in conjunction with the CHDIRAUX CAPT A A Sarra promulgated the Auxiliary Business Description and Direction ABD D that provided guidance for Auxiliarists to undertake Coast Guard missions beyond those historically associated with recreational boating safety a trend that had been ongoing for a decade As a consequence of the ABD D the Goal Attainment Program GAP was terminated thus freeing Auxiliarists to carry out missions they wanted to do as opposed to being tasked to carry out more traditional cornerstone missions in order to receive rewards Thus so called GAP Ribbons became a thing of the past Streamlining the Coast Guard also claimed the Second Coast Guard District and due to its closure in 1996 COMO Melera oversaw the merger of the Auxiliary Central and Eastern Areas into the Atlantic Area In addition on February 15 1996 he initiated a monthly sometimes biweekly Memorandum for the Commandant on Auxiliary Affairs This report was sent to all Flags and Senior Executive Service members in an effort to keep the Auxiliary front and center with the Coast Guard leadership The report was also distributed to the National Board and staff to maintain awareness of Auxiliary activities across the organization Perhaps COMO Melera s most important contribution to the organization was his testimony on April 25 1996 to the U S House of Representatives Subcommittee on Coast Guard and maritime transportation which helped to assure passage of the Auxiliary Act into law This piece of legislation redefined the Auxiliary and provided authorization for the Commandant to utilize Auxiliarists to assist the Coast Guard in performing any function power duty role or mission or operation authorized by law and most importantly it provided the legal protection for them to do so The Act had been in preparation for several years and had first been submitted during COMO Lanz s tour but it had not moved beyond Committee review However as a direct result of the persistence of the Commandant ADM Robert E Kramek and his recognition of the importance of the legislation to the Auxiliary the Act was packaged as part of the 1997 Coast Guard Budget and through the efforts of his legal and congressional staffs and in close collaboration with the Chief of the Auxiliary Department of Legal Affairs COMO Joseph Gordon and the Act was finally signed into law on October 19 1996 This was indeed a watershed event for the Auxiliary and laid the legal groundwork for the truly multi mission organization it is today and further enfranchised it as a member of Team Coast Guard For his efforts during a period of great change for the Coast Guard and the Coast Guard Auxiliary and for his strong support of the concept of Team Coast Guard COMO Melera was presented with the U S Coast Guard Auxiliary Distinguished Service Award by ADM Kramek at NACON96 Presently Dr Melera continues his service to the Coast Guard as an Auxiliarist having been appointed to the Board of Trustees of the U S Coast Guard Academy in New London Connecticut in 1996 Since 2004 he has chaired its Admissions Committee He is now the senior member of the board in terms of longevity In the past he has also been a member of two Dean s Search Committees Says Melera The Academy is a wonderful institution and I have been privileged to serve as a Trustee and to contribute my academic expertise to help its administration faculty and staff achieve their mission Dr Melera is married to the former Barbara A Plantholt of Baltimore Maryland with whom he owns the D Landreth Seed Company Founded in 1784 it is the oldest seed house in America and the fourth oldest corporation in U S history Together they have four children three boys and one daughter and three grandchildren Download the PDF Mr Curtis B Odom Director of Civilian Human Resources Diversity and Leadership U S Coast Guard Curt Odom assumed the duties of the Coast Guard s Director of Personnel Management on March 16 2009 He was appointed to the Senior Executive Service as Deputy Director of Personnel Management on April 1 2007 He is currently the Director of Civilian Human Resources Diversity and Leadership Mr Odom oversees the Coast Guard s Civilian Human Resources Office Diversity Staff Workforce Planning Staff and the Leadership and Professional Development Staff He leads a staff of over 180 Mr Odom retired from active duty with the Coast Guard at the rank of Captain He had various assignments throughout his career including Executive Officer Coast Guard Training Center Cape May New Jersey and Coast Guard Support Center New Orleans Louisiana While serving at the Support Center he was selected as the outstanding military officer of the year by the New Orleans Chapter of the Federal Executive Board His Coast Guard Headquarters assignments include Chief Office of Leadership and Diversity Reserve and Training Directorate and Ethnic Policy Advisor to the Commandant of the Coast Guard as a member of the Diversity Management Staff Mr Odom also completed a ten month fellowship with the Chief of Naval Operations Strategic Studies Group before assuming command of the Coast Guard s only Recruit Training Center Training Center Cape May New Jersey With a staff of over 500 military and civilian personnel Training Center Cape May graduated approximately 5 000 military members each year that are assigned to Coast Guard units all over the world He is a member of the U S Coast Guard Academy Board of Trustees Mr Odom is a graduate of the United States Coast Guard Academy where he earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Government He also has a Master of Business Administration Degree from the Florida Institute of Technology and a Master of Arts Degree in National Security and Strategic Studies from the Naval War College His personal awards include two Legions of Merit and two Meritorious Service Medals Download the PDF Ms Ellen Engleman Conners Acting Director of Governmental and Public Affairs U S Coast Guard Ms Engleman Conners is currently the acting Director of Governmental and Public Affairs for the Coast Guard where she is responsible for external engagement with Congress the media and other intergovernmental entities Her previous government service includes serving as the Chairman and member of the National Transportation Safety Board NTSB as Administrator of the Research and Special Programs Administration at the U S Department of Transportation as the Deputy Bureau Chief of Enforcement at the Federal Communications Commission and as Director of External Relations for the NASA Johnson Space Center JSC Ms Engleman Conners also served as a public affairs officer PAO in the U S Navy Reserves 1999 2008 for the Chief of Naval Information CHINFO at the Pentagon In the private sector Ms Engleman Conners was President and CEO of Electricore Inc a research consortium for advanced technology R D for hybrid electric drive and alternative energy CEO of the Indiana Realtors Association a 20 000 member association Director of Corporate and Government Affairs for Direct Relief International and Governmental Affairs Executive and Public Affairs Manager for GTE North Inc now Verizon She is an active community volunteer and has served on numerous boards of directors for community organizations Ms Engleman Conners was awarded the Secretary of Transportation s 9 11 Medal and the U S Coast Guard Medal for Public Service She received the Aviation Week s Safety Laurel the National Business Traveler s Founders Award and the Harrison Award for Public Service for her work as Chairman of the NTSB and the NASA JSC Director s Commendation for her accomplishments as Director of the JSC external relations Ms Engleman Conners has a law degree Juris Doctorate from Indiana University a masters of Public Administration from Harvard University and her undergraduate degree in English and Communication Media from Indiana University She is a member of the Indiana Bar and

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  • About: Academy at a Glance
    USCG Foundation Institute for Leadership Job Opportunities News Events Academy at a Glance Fast Facts One of the smallest of the five U S federal military academies Four year Bachelor of Science degree program Founded in 1876 aboard the schooner Dobbin Highly selective No tuition No congressional nomination necessary Holistic education includes academics physical fitness character and leadership Multiple roles of multi mission maritime Coast Guard accommodate diverse interests Two graduates are NASA astronauts 80 of graduates go to graduate school most paid for by the Coast Guard 85 of graduates choose to serve beyond their five year commitment Key Stats as of September 2015 Corps of Cadets 912 cadets enrolled 50 states and D C and 13 foreign nations represented 100 of students housed on campus 25 varsity athletic teams Division III 35 of cadets are women 32 of cadets are minorities 1 faculty member for every 7 students 18 cadets in an average class Class of 2019 1 948 completed the application process 388 appointments were offered 291 cadets were sworn in 287 U S Citizens 45 in the top 10 of high school class 79 in the top 25 of high school class 96 in the top

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  • About: USCG Core Values
    in the U S Coast Guard Diversity Councils STEM Outreach Giving Opportunities Alumni Association Parents Association USCG Foundation Institute for Leadership Job Opportunities News Events USCG Core Values In 1994 the Coast Guard formally articulated the core values that the service holds dear These are embraced here at the academy as well Our core values are Honor Integrity is our standard We demonstrate uncompromising ethical conduct and moral behavior in

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  • About: USCGA Vision and Mission
    Diversity Councils STEM Outreach Giving Opportunities Alumni Association Parents Association USCG Foundation Institute for Leadership Job Opportunities News Events USCGA Vision and Mission USCGA Vision The Academy is the wellspring of leadership and character for the United States Coast Guard In serving the American public the Academy is recognized as an exemplary institution and valued as a national asset To earn that recognition and inspire lifelong learners we excel in

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