Badges of the United States Coast Guard


Badges of the United States Coast Guard

Badges of the United States Coast Guard are military decorations issued by the Department of Homeland Security to members of the United States Coast Guard to denote certain qualifications, achievements, and postings to certain assignments. Prior to 2002, the issuance of such badges was under the authority of the United States Department of Transportation.

The following are the current badges in use by the U.S. Coast Guard.

Aviation

pecial Service



ee also

* Military badges of the United States
* Obsolete badges of the United States military


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