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"Semper Paratus"

A message from the Admiral:

“Natures of the beast is foot steps upon threshold bringing challenging threats and disasters as they may or may not appear reality, but in reality fear not thy enemy, only disbelieve, as we must stand beside our courage that continously bleeds, except everything lost but not our defeat. Remember each flight as you remember this fight, Because a safe return may be out of reach.
The USCG-IF dedicates each flight to the community we serve: the INFINITE FLIGHT COMMUNITY.”
-Admiral Zane Davis, owner and CEO

Welcome to the United States Coast Guard - Protecting our Borders since 2017

Since USCG-IF Virtual opened up on February 15, 2017, we have always strived for professionalism and realism within our ranks and with all of our missions. Whether patrolling the coast, rescuing passengers from a stranded cruise ship, conducting drug interceptions, or flying through hurricanes to rescue and evacuate people in danger, USCG-IF Virtual is always on call and ready to serve.

Our most junior pilots begin their career at USCG with our Flight School. Here they will earn their Type Rating for their chosen aircraft, and improve their personal piloting skills through our basic and advanced training missions. From there, our pilots have the opportunity to progress through the ranks and the most elite will earn leadership roles commanding a group of pilots. Don’t worry though, even our most senior pilots have to fly check rides to keep their skills up to date!

USCG prides itself on having a close-knit, hard-working team of senior Command Officers who provide the day-to-day operation of the service. Click on the arrow below to see who's who.

Commandant of the Coast Guard: Admiral Z Davis (@ZaneDavis)
Deputy Commandant of the Coast Guard: Vice Admiral Declan Moody (@Declan_Moody)
Senior Command Officer: RADM Jack Massey (@)
Officer Commanding Operations; RDML mach1 (@)
Officer Commanding Transport: CAPT Davistar (@)
Master Chief Petty Officer of the Coast Guard: MCPOCG Corvus Novak (@Corvus_Novak)

Here at USCG, we strive to provide the best pilot experience as possible. Have a look at what we do!


Flag Officers

Admiral [ADM] image
Vice Admiral [VADM] image
Rear Admiral [RADM] image
Read Admiral (Lower Half) [RDML] image

Senior Officers

Captain [CAPT] image
Commander [CDR] image
Lieutenant Commander [LCDR] image

Junior Officers

Lieutenant [LT] image
Lieutenant (Junior Grade) [LTJG] image
Ensign [ENS] image


Master Chief Petty Officer of Coast Guard [MCPOCG] image
Master Chief Petty Officer [MCPO] image
Senior Chief Petty Officer [SCPO] image
Chief Petty Officer [CPO] image
Petty Officer [PO1] image

Airman [AN] image
Airman Recruit [AR] 50px-USCG_AA

USCG Virtual Hub Command Centre

Here at USCG, we use a state of the art virtual hub system that utilises a sleek interface to provide the smoothest experience possible for our pilots. Check it out yourself!

Pilot Life

When a pilot starts with us, they will first undergo basic training in our Cessna 208B airframe through a self-guided learning package which builds up to an initial assessment. This can all be done at the pilot’s own pace, as we absolutely understand that life comes first.

From here, a pilot will then go on to advanced training on an aircraft of their choice. Whether it’s the Hercules or the KC-10, our pilots will never be bored with the variety of missions available.

Once a pilot has undergone their advanced training, they will be assessed to earn their type rating. Should they pass, they will then be eligible for operational service and will be posted to either Atlantic Wing or Pacific Wing, where they will be lead by their LCDR and CDR.

When a pilot is with their operational group, and when they are not deployed, they will have a series of inter-wing competitions and other training missions to complete. These are all optional for participation, but, as they say, the more you put in, the more you get out!

Pilots will always have the opportunity to progress into roles of responsibility as they become available, as promotion to LCDR and onwards is by merit and competitive selection.

Perhaps the most interesting bit of USCG is our operations. See how we help the world!

Humanitarian Aid

Ever since its launch in Q1 2017, USCG has offered humanitarian support to all sorts of situations around the world - including a tornado in Hawaii and a tsunami in the Caribbean! Service is at our heart, and if we can serve others, we can make the world a better place.


USCG also exists to “Protect our Borders”, and we do just that. USCG is often tasked with deploying to warzones of United States interests utilising the C-130 and AC-130 to drop supplies, and even provide ground attack. Our pilots will experience the best of this during their time with us, landing in intense environments often with no real runway!

Training Operations

Throughout the course of the operational year, USCG partners up with a variety of other military organisations to provide joint training exercises, which simulate the warzone in the comfort of home territory. This aims to train our pilots to see operational environments and to develop everybody’s skills, before deploying to an active warzone or engaging with hostile forces.


USCG operates a varied fleet. Whilst we understand that our fleet is not true to the real world, we make up for the shortfall of USCG aircraft with a range of other aircraft in the generic livery.

Cessna 208B

The Cessna 208 is our primary elementary training aircraft for new pilots at USCG. When a pilot starts with us, they will perform their first training missions on the 208. Its light handling and easy flying allows pilots to work on not just their flying skills, but their airmanship, including Air Traffic Control and Navigation.

Lockheed-Martin C130J (USCG Livery)

Our flagship aircraft, the C130J allows us to take part in a number of operational roles, from search-and-rescue to ground attack. It is capable of assault landings and takeoffs - all skills you will learn during your time as a pilot at USCG.

Bombardier Dash 8 Q-400
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The Dash 8 is used for search-and-rescue missions, with its long range and large passenger capacity making it ideal for patrolling remote islands. With short landing capabilities, the Dash 8 is perfect for landing on remote airstrips, allowing our troops to find casualties who have been lost for any number of reasons.

Cessna Citation X
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The Cessna Citation is used by USCG for VIP and senior officer transport to conferences and other important events. Our transport pilots fly these when required, but often, our senior officers like to fly the aircraft themselves!

Embraer RJ-170
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Here at USCG, we use the ERJ-170 in a multi-role position. It is used as a step-up aircraft for pilots training to fly the A330MRTT. In addition to this, the 170 is used for troop transport for officers when the Citation is just too small, when we need to transport a number of our officers to important events.

Boeing 737-900
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The Boeing 737, like the E-170, is used for larger scale troop transport within the Continent where the A330MRTT is not necessary. It is also used as a transition aircraft for our pilots wishing to fly the MD-11F and KC-10 Extender aircraft.

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We use the A330 for long-range troop transport between continents, with a maximum operational range of 6350nm. It allows us to operate intercontinentally, and deploy troops anywhere where they may be needed.

McDonnell-Douglas MD-11F // KC-10 Extender

Like the A330, the MD-11F is used for long-range transport, but in this case for cargo. It allows us to deploy tonnes of operational equipment to anywhere around the world with ease.

The KC-10 Extender is our flagship tanker, used for refuelling operations supporting our C-130 fleet and other organisations’ fleets around the world. It allows us to sustain air-time for hours on end, helping us provide our most efficient service.

Partnerships & Alliances

IFAE - Global Air Forces
We are proud to hold a partnership with Global Air Forces, one of the premier military VOs within Infinite Flight.

USCG is proud to offer alliances with other Virtual Airlines/Organisations. If you’re interested, contact us and we will be more than happy to start a journey with you.

USCG is recruiting! Click on the link below to join us today.

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Got an issue? Send one of our Command Staff a message.

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Very convincing thread, good job :/.


Thank you for your kind words! We hope to see you flying with us one day.

Vice Admiral D Moody


Very interesting VA. I do like the fact that you have pilots be trained and certified for an aircraft type. Also the so called “missions“. Hoping to be a part of your VA. Application submitted.


Thank you for your support! We hope to provide a unique VO experience that excites everyone. We’re currently undergoing a mission around the Alaskan gas pipelines. I hope to see you with us soon! :)

VADM D Moody


Really nice new thread!


Amazing thread guys! Best of luck in the future and congratulations on becoming approved!

We appreciate your congratulations - but they’re almost three years late! We’ve been approved since 2017 when we began protecting the skies of Infinite Flight’s USA.

Thanks for your kind words, and happy cake day!

VADM D Moody

USCG is looking for partners!

Are you the CEO of a Virtual Organisation or Virtual Airline? We’d love to hear from you! USCG is always open to partnerships from both military and civilian organisations from around the world.

If you’re interested, send me a message and we’ll get the ball rolling!

VADM D Moody

USCG-IF has started operations in Alaska along the Trans-Alaskan Pipeline as of December 1 of 2019. We will continue providing security, surveillance and transport to multiple agencies specializing in the oil and gas industry. Working North > South from Dead Horse to Port Valdez, a total of 12 pumping stations approximately 800nm of 48" pipeline will remain our primary focus thruout operations unless redirected by Homeland Security.

USCG-IF is looking for prequilified applicants to join our crusade before the new year rolls in. Our Recruiting Program starting in January 2020 with 12 positions to be filled and split between Operations Divisions, Transport Division and 2 will have the opportunity to join our (GCOS) General Covert Operational Squadron (under strict qualifications)

Thank you,
ADM Davis _191202_165121_351

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Here are some pictures from our recent flight demonstration at Nellis Air Force Base. IT is an absolute pleasure to train and fly with Admiral Davis. We strive for excellence and only jad a week to comprise, practice and execute our Maneuvers for the demonstration.

DefinDefinitelyhad to have been there to appreciate this maneuver.

Admiral Davis on the left performs a slow speed low altitude pass with cargo bay doors open as I pass him at the same altitude at a high rate of speed

The missing man!!
Just beautiful!

The Elephant Walk!


We’d love to see you at the next show! Dont forget to see a recruiting officer and come see what all the flying is about!




USCG Virtual is looking for a dedicated phpVMS manager to help customise and maintain our phpVMS system! This role is currently done by VADM Moody but an extra pair of hands would make the task a whole lot easier. Our system is online but in the process of configuration.


  • experience with phpVMS (ideally) or VAM
  • experience with CSS
  • hard working and friendly, able to work with a close-knit command team

If you’re interested, reply to this message and I will contact you for further discussion.

VADM D Moody
Vice Commandant


VADM Moody, If I may add 3 more qualifications to your list…

• They must enjoy quality music (Heavy Metal)😅
• They must be able take joking around and cutting up.
• Last but not least… they must like Mountain Dew.

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Brief reminder

Click on the arrow to see the whole vacancy.

VADM D Moody


USCG-IF Personnel will be returning to Alaska starting to today to resume Trans- Alaskan Pipeline Operations.

ADM Davis


United States Cost Guard demo team. Pushing the limits of aviation one thirty minute block at a time. Fast, crazy maneuvers with pin point accuracy so precise we’ll have you running to our recruitment office! Dont blink! Or you’ll miss it! Come see what all the flyings about!




USCG-IF Virtual would like to Congratulate [USCG0004] RDML Mach1 Callsign (SAVOIR) 🤘😬🤘
This patch represents USCG dedication to our countries security along our Salty coastline, our Borders and in the frigid shadows that most dare not enter. Responding aggressively and tactically accomplishing the mission with 0 lives lost!