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  • CASUALTIES of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications   by Name - CADS to CYGAN  
  • CASUALTIES of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications   by Name - CADS to CYGAN  
  • of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications   by Name - CADS to CYGAN  
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  • CASUALTIES of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications   by Name - GADBERRY to GWIN  
  • CASUALTIES of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications   by Name - GADBERRY to GWIN  
  • of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications   by Name - GADBERRY to GWIN  
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  • CASUALTIES of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications   by Name - HAAG to HYRE  
  • CASUALTIES of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications   by Name - HAAG to HYRE  
  • of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications   by Name - HAAG to HYRE  
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  • CASUALTIES of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications   by Name - SABOL to SZYROWINSKI  
  • CASUALTIES of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications   by Name - SABOL to SZYROWINSKI  
  • of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications   by Name - SABOL to SZYROWINSKI  
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  • CASUALTIES of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications   by Name - BABB to BYXBEE  
  • CASUALTIES of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications   by Name - BABB to BYXBEE  
  • of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications   by Name - BABB to BYXBEE  
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  • Arabian Gulf--the first was the Eastwind in 1960.Coast Guard Auxiliarist Robert D. Dittman, a public affairs staff officer with Flotilla 74, Eighth Coast Guard District, became the first sightless Coast Guard employee to serve on board a cutter.
  • of the Foundation. Please put The Foundation for Coast Guard History on your list for a tax deductible contribution. Our list of accomplishments is large but could be larger and have greater impact with your help. Be generous. Join your comrades in
  • Foundation. Please put The Foundation for Coast Guard History on your list for a tax deductible contribution. Our list of accomplishments is large but could be larger and have greater impact with your help. Be generous. Join your comrades in
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  • Forward, What Will It Take? Coast Guard tries new lift schedule at Steel Bridge Coast Guard agrees to limit open-bridge railroad delays Coast Guard Cracks Down on Fishing
  • and programs that affect the United States Coast Guard. It includes links to commercial news materials that do not represent official Coast Guard positions or policies. If you are unable to open any of these links, if you want to be
  • programs that affect the United States Coast Guard. It includes links to commercial news materials that do not represent official Coast Guard positions or policies. If you are unable to open any of these links, if you want to be removed
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  • of the Foundation. Please put The Foundation for Coast Guard History on your list for a tax deductible contribution. Our list of accomplishments is large but could be larger and have greater impact with your help. Be generous. Join your comrades in
  • of the Foundation. Please put The Foundation for Coast Guard History on your list for a tax deductible contribution. Our list of accomplishments is large but could be larger and have greater impact with your help. Be generous. Join your comrades in
  • Foundation. Please put The Foundation for Coast Guard History on your list for a tax deductible contribution. Our list of accomplishments is large but could be larger and have greater impact with your help. Be generous. Join your comrades in
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  • (these of course, to ply along the neighboring coasts), one for the coasts, bays, and harbors of North Carolina, one for the coasts, bays, and harbors of South Carolina, and one for the coasts, bays, and harbors of Georgia. Boats of
  • of the Foundation. Please put The Foundation for coast Guard History on your list for a tax deductible contribution. Our list of accomplishments is large but could be larger and have greater impact with your help. Be generous. Join your comrades in
  • Foundation. Please put The Foundation for coast Guard History on your list for a tax deductible contribution. Our list of accomplishments is large but could be larger and have greater impact with your help. Be generous. Join your comrades in
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  • NINE WONDERFUL YEARS IN THE Coast Guard by Andy Sallet   Mr. Sallet had an interesting "half-career"......... I enlisted in August 1938 at New York. The Coast Guard did not have a "boot camp" at that
  • NINE WONDERFUL YEARS IN THE Coast Guard by Andy Sallet   Mr. Sallet had an interesting "half-career"......... I enlisted in August 1938 at New York. The Coast Guard did not have a "boot camp" at that time;
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