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LT Seth Labak, USN
U.S. Coast Guard Academy
Professional Maritime Studies
15 Mohegan Avenue
New London, CT 06320

Seth.B.Labak@uscga.edu
LT Seth Labak, USN
Professional Maritime Studies
U.S. Coast Guard Academy

Hailing from the depths of south Alabama, LT Seth Labak followed the footsteps of his father into a career of national service. Like his father, he chose a path in higher education at one of the five service academies. Unlike his father, a Class of 1982 United States Coast Guard Academy graduate, LT Seth Labak chose another maritime service institution, the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis Maryland. In 2011, upon graduation and commissioning, he again followed in his father’s footsteps, traveling to Pensacola, Florida to begin his naval aviation career. Earning his wings in January of 2013, LT Labak began flying the P-3C Orion, a multi-engine land-based maritime patrol aircraft, eventually being finally stationed in Kaneohe Bay as a pilot in Patrol Squadron Four. After two deployments to the Sixth Fleet area of operations, where LT Labak lead Combat Aircrew Five as the Patrol Plane Commander, he chose to continue his leadership and officer development teaching the next generation the fundamentals to a career in naval service. Where better to share in his experience than his father’s alma mater. At the United States Coast Guard Academy, LT Labak is an instructor in Maritime Professional Studies teaching first year cadets the basics in nautical science.  

Earning his wings in January of 2013, LT Labak began flying the P-3C Orion, a multi-engine land-based maritime patrol aircraft, eventually being finally stationed in Kaneohe Bay as a pilot in Patrol Squadron Four. After two deployments to the Sixth Fleet area of operations, where LT Labak lead Combat Aircrew Five as the Patrol Plane Commander, he chose to continue his leadership and officer development teaching the next generation the fundamentals to a career in naval service. Where better to share in his experience than his father’s alma mater. At the United States Coast Guard Academy, LT Labak is an instructor in Maritime Professional Studies teaching first year cadets the basics in nautical science.