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National Security Cutter Tour at U.S. Coast Guard Hawaii — Note Special Base Access Requirements — Provide Information by December 4 if Base Pass is needed.


Location: Club 14, U.S. Coast Guard Base Honolulu (view map)

400 Sand Island Parkway, Honolulu, HI 96819


Time: 11:00am – 1:30pm


Lunch, Program and National Security Cutter Tour Schedule:


  • 11:00 am: Registration and Buffet Lunch
  • 11:40 am: Program
  • 12:30 pm: National Security Cutter Tour


Topic:  U.S. Coast Guard Hawaii Operations and National Security Cutter Tour


Presenter:  LCDR Kyle Ensley, P.E., CFM, USCG


Presentation Synopsis:  The United States Coast Guard (USCG) serves as the coastal defense, search and rescue, and maritime law enforcement branch of the United States Armed Forces. With 40,992 active duty members, 7,000 reservists, 31,000 auxiliarists, and 8,577 full-time civilian employees; an extensive fleet of 243 coastal and ocean-going patrol ships, tenders, tugs, icebreakers and 1,650 smaller boats; as well as an aviation division consisting of 201 helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft, the USCG is the world’s 12th largest naval force.


This presentation will provide a brief summary of Coast Guard Operations in the 14th District (Hawaii and Western Pacific), as well as a focus on infrastructure upgrades to support the ongoing delivery of modernized Cutter and Aviation assets (National Security Cutters (NSC), Fast Response Cutters (FRC), and C130 J model aircraft). Presentation will include a follow-on tour of a Legend-class National Security Cutter.


Special Base Access Requirements:  For those without access to military bases on Oahu, we will need your name and date of birth by COB, Wednesday, December 4 to allow the Security Office to process your base pass. If you need a base pass, please call Leighton at (808) 440-0233 with your name (first, middle initial(s), last), date of birth and phone number. Leave a message and spell out your name if Leighton does not answer.


Due to security requirements, this event is unfortunately limited to U.S. citizens.


Tour guests are strongly recommended to wear closed-toe shoes.


$25 – SAME Members (40 Years and Over)
$15 – SAME Young Members (39 Years and Under)
$30 – Non-Members


RSVP:  Click here