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Coast Guard Air Stations
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Country United States
Branch United States Coast Guard
Type Air Station
Role To provide aviation missions and support

A Coast Guard Air Station provides aviation support for the United States Coast Guard. The Coast Guard operates approximately 210 aircraft from 24 Coast Guard Air Stations in the United States. Fixed-wing aircraft, such as the HC 130 Hercules built for long range missions operate from air stations. HH-65 Dolphin and Sikorsky HH-60 Jayhawk helicopters also operate from Air Stations, Air Facilities and flight deck equipped cutters.

First District[edit | edit source]

Station Location Opened Closed Notes Coordinates Reference
Coast Guard Air Station Brooklyn Brooklyn, New York 1936 1998 [1]
Coast Guard Air Station Cape Cod Sandwich, Massachusetts 1970 Active Located on the Otis Air National Guard Base. Flies the HH-60J Jayhawk helicopters, HU-25 "Falcon" jets, and HC-144 Ocean Sentry aircraft and provide coverage from the Canadian border to Long Island, New York. [2]
Coast Guard Air Station Salem Salem, Massachusetts 1935 1970 [3]
Coast Guard Aviation Station Ten Pound Island Gloucester, Massachusetts 1925 1935 [4]

Fifth District[edit | edit source]

Seventh District[edit | edit source]

Eighth District[edit | edit source]

Ninth District[edit | edit source]

Eleventh District[edit | edit source]

Thirteenth District[edit | edit source]

Fourteenth District[edit | edit source]

  • CGAS Barbers Point, Hawaii
  • Sangley Point
  • SAR Wake
  • SAR Midway
  • Air Detachment Kaneohe, Hawaii
  • Air Detachment Guam

Seventeenth District[edit | edit source]

Unknown[edit | edit source]

  • Air Detachment Naples
  • Air Detachment Argentia, Newfoundland

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