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New Direct Access & WebNow Links

Per ALCOAST 069/21, here are the new web addresses (URLs) for Direct Access and WebNow/Perceptive Content:

New Direct Access link: https://hcm.direct-access.uscg.mil
New ImageNow/Perceptive Content link: https://imgprd01.direct-access.uscg.mil/webnow (Note: CG network access required.)

The user names and passwords you use to access these systems have not changed.

Pay & Personnel News Updates from our Branches

Establishing the Coast Guard Officer Recruiting Corps (Flag Voice #532)

By RADM Joanna M. Nunan, USCG Assistant Commandant for Human Resources


I am pleased to announce the establishment of the Coast Guard Officer Recruiting Corps, an initiative in the Recruiting Command focused on attracting skilled youth to Officer Candidate School, Direct Commission Officer programs, and the College Student Pre-Commissioning Initiative. A cadre of our officers is a major step in supporting the USCG Diversity & Inclusion Action Plan.

We expand our appeal to officer recruits beyond our usual interactions with the public. To ensure that a broader cross section of Americans consider commissioned Coast Guard service, the Recruiting Corps will seek to build relationships in minority serving institutions and community groups.

More information about this initiative including the application process for those O5s and O3s who would like to join the team are in ALCOAST 452/20 and ALCGOFF 195/20.


RADM Joanna M. Nunan, USCG
Assistant Commandant for Human Resources