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  • of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications   by Name - IDE to J USTESEN  
  • of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications   by Name - IDE to J USTESEN  
  • of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications   by Name - IDE to J USTESEN  
[87.5 %] | http://www.naval-history.net/WW1NavyUS-CasualtiesAlphaIJ.htm - 205.7 kb
  • CASUALTIES of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications   by Name - K AAUKEA to KYNOCK  
  • CASUALTIES of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications   by Name - K AAUKEA to KYNOCK  
  • of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications   by Name - K AAUKEA to KYNOCK  
[87.5 %] | http://www.naval-history.net/WW1NavyUS-CasualtiesAlphaK.htm - 263.8 kb
  • CASUALTIES of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications   by Date - December 1917
  • CASUALTIES of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications   by Date - December 1917
  • of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications   by Date - December 1917
[87.5 %] | http://www.naval-history.net/WW1NavyUS-CasualtiesChrono1917-12Dec.htm - 204.6 kb
  • CASUALTIES of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications   by Date - July 191 8
  • CASUALTIES of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications   by Date - July 191 8
  • of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications   by Date - July 191 8
[87.5 %] | http://www.naval-history.net/WW1NavyUS-CasualtiesChrono1918-07July.htm - 204.5 kb
  • The Role of U.S. Coast Guard 1895-1898 before entry of US in the war by French Ensor Chadwick Contributed by Larry Daley   General: In the years prior to 1898 the US Coast Guard
  • The Role of U.S. Coast Guard 1895-1898 before entry of US in the war by French Ensor Chadwick Contributed by Larry Daley   General: In the years prior to 1898 the US Coast Guard
  • The Role of U.S. Coast Guard 1895-1898 before entry of US in the war by French Ensor Chadwick Contributed by Larry Daley   General: In the years prior to 1898 the US Coast Guard was
[87.5 %] | http://www.spanamwar.com/chadwickcoastguard.htm - 7.0 kb
  • are still waiting for a Republic of Nantucket Coast Guard name from LCDR Tom Wiggans at TC Yorktown. CAPT Choate Budd sent his friends Don & Shelby Scott and Herb & Jan Speer to the Republic of Nantucket for a Coast to Coast tour on 05 JUN.
  •  REPUBLIC OF NANTUCKET Coast Guard NEWS Volume XXVII - No. 11 Monday, August 25, 2003 recess@nantucket.net On 21 AUG 03, CWO Bernie Webber, USCG (Ret) honored STA Brant Point when he, his wife, his daughter and
  •  REPUBLIC OF NANTUCKET Coast Guard NEWS Volume XXVII - No. 11 Monday, August 25, 2003 recess@nantucket.net On 21 AUG 03, CWO Bernie Webber, USCG (Ret) honored STA Brant Point when he, his wife, his daughter and
[87.5 %] | http://www.jacksjoint.com/roncgn-08-03.htm - 5.5 kb
  • Ex-Oakland man admits making bogus Coast Guard call Jacksonville Coast Guard Makes Drug Bust Coast Guard: Ship denied port entry because captain was drunk Coast
  • 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
[87.5 %] | http://www.jacksjoint.com/cgenl-1-13-05.htm - 60.6 kb
  • a military branch, nor did the Navy feel the Coast Guard was a viable military branch. In just a few months though, I was not only going to go from a young kid to a man (well kind of) who through first hand experience would learn how
  •   My Coast Guard Family By Dave Stone     Note - The photo as received was unprintable. I will post them in the near future if Dave resubmits them - Jack May 18, 1965 - This was my
  •   My Coast Guard Family By Dave Stone     Note - The photo as received was unprintable. I will post them in the near future if Dave resubmits them - Jack May 18, 1965 - This was my
[87.5 %] | http://www.jacksjoint.com/my_coast_guard_family.htm - 23.1 kb
  • were given honorary commissions in the Coast Guard but without pay—they were paid by the shipping firms. Nor did the Coast Guard have to feed them, but we were told if we needed food for them, we could go to a ship chandlers store at the
  • Submarine Duty in the U.S. Coast Guard By Donald H. Ward   When I was stationed on the CG-63003 out of Portland. Maine. we were assigned the duty of taking harbor pilots to ships coming and going in the
  • Submarine Duty in the U.S. Coast Guard By Donald H. Ward   When I was stationed on the CG-63003 out of Portland. Maine. we were assigned the duty of taking harbor pilots to ships coming and going in the
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  • retirement; the second, engine failure off the coast of Maine, took place near the beginning of my aviation career. It is also noteworthy to mention, they were the only real emergencies I had in over 15 years and over 3200 hours of flying for the
  • Confessions of a coast Guard Helicopter Pilot Part IV By Jack McCormack edited by Don Gardner   At altitude, I thought this would be a piece of cake once I got down through the dark. A 600-foot plus ship,
  • Confessions of a coast Guard Helicopter Pilot Part IV By Jack McCormack edited by Don Gardner   At altitude, I thought this would be a piece of cake once I got down through the dark. A 600-foot plus ship,
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