U.S. Coast Guard
By Aidan Nolte
What they do
The Coast Guard enforces safety in the sea, and rescues people that need help in the ocean. The Coast Guard is also like an elite police force in the way that they enforce domestic and international laws. During wars, they serve as a part of the Navy, and they use their underwater vehicles, air force, and the headquarters to fight.
Why they're important
The Coast Guard is basically the backup, and their motto is; Semper Paratus, which means always ready. When the Navy needs them, the Coast Guard is always ready to send troops.