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Steven D. Poulin
Born January 1, 1962(1962-01-01) (age 59)[1]
Place of birth Kittery, Maine
Allegiance United States
Service/branch  United States Coast Guard
Years of service 1984–present
Rank USCG Vice Admiral Shoulder Board.svg Vice admiral
Commands held Atlantic Area Commander
First Coast Guard District
DWH Incident Command Post Mobile
Coast Guard Sector Mobile
Awards Defense Superior Service Medal
Legion of Merit (5)
Meritorious Service Medal (4)
Ellis Island Medal of Honor
Spouse(s) Sherry A. Poulin[1]

Steven D. Poulin (born January 1, 1962) is a United States Coast Guard vice admiral who currently serves as commander of the Coast Guard Atlantic Area and Coast Guard Defense Force East. As Atlantic Area commander, he has operational control over Coast Guard missions covering the Rocky Mountains to the Arabian Gulf, covering 5 Coast Guard districts and 40 states. He previously served as director of operations for the United States Southern Command (USSOUTHCOM), commander of the Coast Guard First District and Judge Advocate General and Chief Counsel of the Coast Guard.[1][2]

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Military offices
Preceded by
Frederick J. Kenney
Judge Advocate General and Chief Counsel of the Coast Guard
2014-2016
Succeeded by
Steven J. Andersen
Preceded by
Linda L. Fagan
Commander of the Coast Guard First District
2016-2018
Succeeded by
Andrew J. Tiongson
Preceded by
Daniel B. Abel
Director of Operations of the United States Southern Command
2018-2020
Preceded by
Scott A. Buschman
Director of the Homeland Security Joint Task Force - East
2020-present
Incumbent
Commander of the Coast Guard Atlantic Area
2020-present

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