Coast Guard Looking for Bloggers

The Thirteenth Coast Guard District Public Affairs Office has put out a call for Coast Guard bloggers. Please note that this is a call for Coast Guard members (active, reserve, auxiliary and civilian), not people who blog about the Coast Guard. Here’s the entire post in case you missed it.
Calling all Pacific Northwest Coast Guard Bloggers!

Since January, the Thirteenth District Public Affairs Office has been maintaining a blog and podcast as an additional way to tell the Coast Guard story. In the interest of transparency and to enhance our ability to tell the Coast Guard’s story we are looking for motivated Coast Guard members, active duty, reserve, auxiliary and civilians, who would be interested in blogging about their Coast Guard experiences. Blogs can be written about almost anything that you are doing in the Coast Guard. Remember that this is an official blog so keep it to the Coast Guard and stay in your lane. Talk about your experiences, cases you’ve been involved in, boating safety, important topics, training, etc.. For more information or to join our blog please contact Chief Paul Roszkowski at 206-220-7240 or e-mail me at Additionally my office can provide information to enhance your public affairs efforts including photo and video gathering and distribution.

Posted by Chief Petty Officer Paul Roszkowski, Public Affairs Specialist, Assistant Public Affairs Officer, Thirteenth Coast Guard District

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