US Coast Guard ISC Alameda
Pacific Area and Defense Force West, Eleventh District, Maritime Intelligence Fusion Center Pacific (MIFCPAC), Sector San Francisco Prevention, Pacific Regional Fisheries Training Center (former Training Team West), Maritime Safety Security Team 91105
Coast Guard Island, Alameda, CA 94501
USCG ISC Alameda is located on Coast Guard Island in Alameda, California and is home to a variety of tenant commands and homeport for three National Security Coast Guard Cutters: CGC BERTHOLF, the CGC WAESCHE and the CGC STRATTON.
Integrated Support Command Alameda is a wide installation located in the western part of California, in Alameda. The base belongs to the United States Coast Guard. It is located on a small island that can also be accessed through a long bridge. Coast Guard Island, as it is referred to, spreads over almost 70 acres and is located in the historic part of the city. It hosts multiple US Coast Guard installations. The facility supports the western part of the country only.
ISC Alameda supports all the missions conducted by the US Coast Guard, as well as all the other similar installations in its closeness. There are plenty of services performed there with the one and only purpose to support the armed force. One of the most important objectives is to deal with the local housing facilities for the units deployed from other parts of the country. There are around 1,200 units the officials are responsible for. They are maintained at the highest standards, only to help the new troops and their civilian families adapt.
Arriving at ISC Alameda
Coast Guard Island is an island in Embarcadero Cove (Brooklyn Basin). It is within Alameda city limits, but only reachable by land via a bridge from Dennison Street in Oakland.