Commandant calls Coast Guardsmen on the frontlines of the COVID-19 response

Coast Guard men and women across the country are answering the call in a variety of ways to fight COVID-19. CDRs Rebecca Albert and Brett Workman are serving as liaison officers between the USNS COMFORT and local first responders in New York City. Our ability to partner and coordinate at all levels of government make these Coast Guardsmen ideal for this important role. The Coast Guard leads in crisis. Semper Paratus!

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