Coast Guard recognized by City of Cleveland for 225th anniversary

City of Cleveland Mayor Frank G. Jackson presents a proclamation certificate to Rear Adm. June Ryan, the 9th Coast Guard District commander, in recognition of the U.S. Coast Guard's 225th anniversary in City Hall, Aug. 28, 2015. The ceremony served to recognize the anniversary's historic significance and showcased the partnership between the City of Cleveland and the Coast Guard. (Photo courtesy of the City of Cleveland/Released)

CLEVELAND – City of Cleveland officials and U.S. Coast Guard members celebrate the service’s 225th anniversary during a ceremony at City Hall, Friday.

Cleveland Major Frank Jackson presented a proclamation recognizing the Coast Guard’s 225 years in service to Rear Adm. June Ryan, commander of the Coast Guard 9th District.

The ceremony served to recognize the anniversary’s historic significance and showcased the partnership between the City of Cleveland and the Coast Guard.

This proclamation honors the Coast Guard’s beginnings and the men and women who have served the nation and the world since its founding in 1790 by Alexander Hamilton.

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