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COAST GUARD BOOT CAMP

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COAST GUARD

BOOT CAMP

RESOURCES

USE EVERYTHING AVAILABLE

TO SHOW UP READY ON DAY ZERO ONE

USE EVERYTHING AVAILABLE

TO SHOW UP READY

ON DAY ZERO ONE

USCG.org

The official forum of the USCG. You have to register (it’s free and takes 2 seconds) to post anything, but there’s lots of useful info on there that you can read through without registering. People are very helpful and you will often meet people that either just came back or are going to be shipping out at the same time as you. Kudos to the moderators over there for running a great website.

USCG.mil

The official website of the United States Coast Guard.

The main page isn’t that helpful for preparation, but certain sub-pages are.

I’d start with the TRACEN Cape May page which you can access by clicking the link below.

MYCG.USCG.mil

The official blog of the United States Coast Guard.

This website isn’t going to help you too much with preparation, but it serves more as a current events site to give you an idea of what’s going on in the Coast Guard.

GoCoastGuard.com

Go

Coast

Guard

The Official Website for USCG recruiting.

Chances are you’ve probably already been on this site.

This one is good for a general overview of the benefits you’ll get and also for job descriptions.

USCG Officer Opportunities

USCG

Officer Opportunities

If you are planning on applying to Officer Candidate School for the USCG, this page outlines all of the steps you need to take to do that.

The Balance

The

Balance

This website will give you an overall broad overview of what Coast Guard Boot Camp is like. It’s also organized very well into different topics so you can easily find information on very specific things.

Coast Guard

Channel

This is a YouTube Channel that’s dedicated to Coast Guard content. It covers a wide variety of topics. Many of the videos are not directly related to boot camp but will give you an idea of on-the-job life after you finish your training at Cape May.

Company Commander Page

A page for Company Commander training school. It’s a friendly reminder that the men and women who will be kicking your @$$ had to get theirs kicked also in order to be in the position they are in.

CGAUX.org

The official website of the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary. If this is something you are interested in, then checking out this page would be a great place to start.

USCG.org

The official forum of the USCG. You have to register (it’s free and takes 2 seconds) to post anything, but there’s lots of useful info on there that you can read through without registering. People are very helpful and you will often meet people that either just came back or are going to be shipping out at the same time as you. Kudos to the moderators over there for running a great website.

USCG.mil

The official website of the United States Coast Guard.

The main page isn’t that helpful for preparation, but certain sub-pages are.

I’d start with the TRACEN Cape May page which you can access by clicking the link below.

MYCG.USCG.mil

The official blog of the United States Coast Guard.

This website isn’t going to help you too much with preparation, but it serves more as a current events site to give you an idea of what’s going on in the Coast Guard.

GoCoastGuard.com

The Official Website for USCG recruiting.

Chances are you’ve probably already been on this site.

This one is good for a general overview of the benefits you’ll get and also for job descriptions.

USCG Officer Opportunities

If you are planning on applying to Officer Candidate School for the USCG, this page outlines all of the steps you need to take to do that.

The Balance

This website will give you an overall broad overview of what Coast Guard Boot Camp is like. It’s also organized very well into different topics so you can easily find information on very specific things.

Coast Guard

Channel

This is a YouTube Channel that’s dedicated to Coast Guard content. It covers a wide variety of topics. Many of the videos are not directly related to boot camp but will give you an idea of on-the-job life after you finish your training at Cape May.

Company Commander Page

A page for Company Commander training school. It’s a friendly reminder that the men and women who will be kicking your @$$ had to get theirs kicked also in order to be in the position they are in.

CGAUX.org

The official website of the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary. If this is something you are interested in, then checking out this page would be a great place to start.

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Survive Coast Guard Boot Camp (C) 2013 – 2023

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