Hathaway, Jeffrey, RADM - Director, Navy Command Center & Counter-Drug Division (OPNAV N32). Pearson, Clifford, RADM - Commander, MLCA. Finch, Florence - Coast Guard SPAR decorated for World War II Combat Operations. He was discharged from the Coast Guard in November 1945 as an Aviation Radioman 2nd (ARM2). A noted author and historian of the Coast Guard, the Revenue Cutter Service, the Life-Saving Service, the Lighthouse Service, and most recently the small boat stations of the Coast Guard, Senior Chief [& Doctor] Noble has left us a priceless legacy that is unsurpassed in its importance to our history and we would like to thank him for his efforts. (Redirected from Simas Kudirka) The history of the United States Coast Guard goes back to the United States Revenue Cutter Service, which was founded on 4 August 1790 as part of the Department of the Treasury. She met her husband, Lee Writer, while serving in New England and they were married in 1946, the same year she was discharged from the Coast Guard at a Lieutenant (junior grade) and he from the Navy as a Lieutenant (junior grade). Rose, USCG, the Coast Guard representative at Coast Guard Headquarters, June 6, 1939 regarding the Coast Guard's role in the SS St. Louis affair.. Coast Guard Academy - Waesche Hall 15 Mohegan Ave New London, CT 06320-8100. ISBN 978-14102019-2-8. He served aboard CGCs Bibb, Duane, Castle Rock, & Spencer, the latter in Vietnam.. He went on to become ADM Allen's MCPOCG, a position he held from 2006 until 2010. He also saw service in the Marine Inspection field, serving at San Francisco, New York, and in Europe. An OHI as conducted by Master Chief Petty Officer of the Coast Guard Skip Bowen's daughter, Kristen with her father in which he discusses his illustrious career with the Coast Guard. Top service official, responsible for all world-wide Coast Guard activities, and oversees 41,700 active-duty military; 7,800 reserve military part-time employees; 8,300 civilian full-time employees; and 31,000 civilian auxiliary volunteers. served during World War II and retired from active duty in 1965. In 1975, Chief Marine Science Technician Dennis L. Noble interviewed retired Coast Guard Vice Admiral Joseph E. Stika (USRCS & USCG) about the early years of his remarkable career in the nation's oldest sea service. Sirois, Robert, RADM - Director of Reserve and Training (G-WT). Bell, Melvin Kealoha, ETCM - World War II Coast Guard Veteran and first minority E-9. United States Coast Guard home. Naval Institute's Oral History Program. OHI conducted in 2013 by then-Coast Guard Deputy Historian Scott Price & filmed by Telfair Brown. On graduation day it was announced that the Coast Guard needed 10% of the women serving in the Navy to switch service branches. Coast Guard Curatorial Service Office. On 16 November 1958 he became the first Master Chief Electronics Technician (ETCM) in the Coast Guard and the first Master Chief Petty Officer of color. 7945 Fernham Lane Questions submitted to her regarding her remarkable life and career, first as a resistance fighter in the Philippines and then as a SPAR. He saw service aboard CGCs Escanaba, Gresham, Spencer, Yeaton, Acushnet, Southwind, & Edisto, serving as the commanding officer of the last four. Nationally famous boxer Jack Dempsey was the athletic director at the school while Sutherlin was a student. A member of the United States Coast Guard Reserve from 1961 to 1969, Thomas P. Ostrom taught anthropology, geography, and history at Rochester Community College in Minnesota before retiring. RADM Robert Sirois's OHI conducted on June 24, 2002 by PAC (& Dr.) Peter J. Capelotti, Ph.D., USCGR as part of the Coast Guard Historian's Office Operation Noble Eagle Documentation Project. Allen, Clyde, DCC, USCG (Ret) - World War II Coast Guard Veteran & father of Admiral Thad Allen, former-Commandant, U.S. Coast Guard (2006-10). National Vessel Documentation Center National Maritime Center … He retired in 1982 and specializes on the history of Coast Guard operations in Greenland. Captain Christopher Colvin's OHI conducted on September 27, 2005 by PACS (& Dr.) Peter J. Capelotti, Ph.D., USCGR as part of the Coast Guard Historian's Office Katrina Archival & Historical Record Team (KART) project. His initial commanding officer was CDR Watson Burton and his final commanding officer was CDR Donald MacDiarmid. He also saw service as the commanding officer of the LORAN A Station Cape Atholl, Greenland, the northernmost Coast Guard-manned LORAN station. Forestville, MD 20747, Commander (LANT-092) The United States Coast Guard (USCG) conducts search and rescue operations in and over the high seas and navigable waters of the United States. Graduating four months later she was commissioned an Ensign and assigned to Seattle, Washington where she was tasked with writing a history of the Aleutian Islands. U.S. Coast Guard Museum. After two years she was sent to the Coast Guard Academy in New London, Connecticut for officers’ training. He represented the Coast Guard in Solorio vs. United States. From there he was assigned to the Coast Guard Radio Station at Diamond Head Light, were he would be on duty on the morning of 7 December 1941 when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. Vice Admiral Ernest R. Riutta's OHI conducted on August 20, 2002 by PAC (& Dr.) Peter J. Capelotti, Ph.D., USCGR as part of the Coast Guard Historian's Office Operation Noble Eagle Documentation Project. OHI conducted in 2015 by Coast Guard Auxiliarist & retired Navy Chaplain Dr. Douglas Kroll, Ph.D. Captain Richard Wight describes his colorful Coast Guard career in his memoir entitled: "Coasties: My Service in the United States Coast Guard, 1952-1986." History. The 55-member ensemble has performed at some of the most prestigious venues in the nation, including the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Lincoln Center, and Carnegie Hall. During the subsequent dockside boarding in Key West, FL, Coast Guard and U.S. Customs officials discovered 2.9 tons of cocaine in a hidden compartment. What transpired became one of the more infamous incidents in Coast Guard history. Naccara, George, RADM - Commander, 1st Coast Guard District. The attack killed 17 sailors and injured thirty-nine others. 431 Crawford Street Rear Admiral Roy Casto's, Captain Joel Whitehead's & Captain Richard Sullivan's OHI conducted on April 11, 2002 by PAC (& Dr.) Peter J. Capelotti, Ph.D., USCGR as part of the Coast Guard Historian's Office Operation Noble Eagle Documentation Project. Admiral Hayes served as Commandant from 1978-1982. The United States Coast Guard Band is the premier band representing the United States Coast Guard and the Department of Homeland Security. U.S. Coast Guard History Program The United States Coast Guard, one of the country's five armed services, is a unique agency of the federal government. Sutherlin, Jack, ARM2 - World War II Coast Guard Veteran. This is a list of lightships of the United States, listing lightships operated by the United States government. Perrett, Marvin - World War II Coast Guard Veteran, A native of New Orleans, Marvin Perrett served as a coxswain of an LCVP assigned to the USS Bayfield. Rear Admiral Erroll Brown's OHI conducted on May 31, 2002 by PAC (& Dr.) Peter J. Capelotti, Ph.D., USCGR as part of the Coast Guard Historian's Office Operation Noble Eagle Documentation Project. Born Harriet Radlay on 2 February 1920 & in the fall of 1942 she dropped out of Boston University to volunteer to join the Navy WAVES. Organization Coast Guard A to Z Atlantic Area Pacific Area Force Readiness Command Leadership. (DVIDs). Black History Guide: Browse by Record Group or Collection Please click on the National Archives Identifier (NAID) to go to the full records description in the National Archives Catalog. News Room Reserve Forcecom Operations Mission Support Atlantic Area Pacific Area History Units. He also saw service at LORANSTAs Spruce Cape & Estartit, Spain and staff duty with the First, Eleventh & 17th Districts. Rear Admiral Richard Bennis's OHI conducted on May 31, 2002 by PAC (& Dr.) Peter J. Capelotti, Ph.D., USCGR as part of the Coast Guard Historian's Office Operation Noble Eagle Documentation Project. Castillo, Joe CAPT, - Chief of Operations, 8th Coast Guard District. Washington, D.C. 20593-7031, Coast Guard Academy - Waesche Hall He later attended and graduated from Electronics Technician School at the Coast Guard Training Center in Groton, Connecticut. Mr. Scott Price. Gracey, James, ADM & Coast Guard Commandant, 1982-1986. The Reserve Forces Act of 1955 also authorized the “2 x 6” and “6 x 8” Reserve enlistment programs. A few months later he transferred to the USCGC Reliance. 15 Mohegan Ave Barrett T. Beard, United States Coast Guard retired, C. Douglas Kroll, Ph.D., United States Coast Guard Auxiliary, John Moseley, Historian, Coast Guard Aviation Association. Her first assignment was to the Aids to Navigation office in the Boston district office. Hayes, John, ADM & Coast Guard Commandant, 1978-1982. He saw service in Vietnam as the Chief Staff Officer for Coast Guard Squadron One, 1965-66. His service included sea-duty aboard CGCs Winona, Northwind, Wachusett, Active, Minnetonka, Confidence, & Campbell. OHI in 2003 by Scott Price, then-Deputy Historian, U.S. Coast Guard, Sargent, Thomas VADM  - "USS PC-469: The First Year in the Life of a Valiant Patrol Craft". ISBN 978-0-87021-715-9. Admiral Karl L. Schultz. Greenbury Point Light (Shoal), Severn River, Annapolis, MarylandGreenbury Point Light is the name for two lighthouses in the Severn River, Annapolis, Maryland. The Coast Guard Historian's Office is located here. Alameda, CA 94501, Mr. Scott Price, Chief Historian, Historian's Office, Ms. Beth Crumley, Assistant Historian, Historian's Office, Ms. Nora L. Chidlow, Archivist, Historian's Office, Ms. Arlyn Danielson, U.S. Coast Guard Curator, Curatorial Service Office, Ms. Janet Pasiuk, Coast Guard Collections Manager, Curatorial Service Office, Ms. Jennifer Gaudio, Curator, Coast Guard Museum, Dr. William H. Thiesen, PhD, Atlantic Area Historian, Atlantic Area Commander's Office, Dr. Dave Rosen, PhD, Pacific Area Historian, Pacific Area Public Affairs Office, U.S. Coast Guard Pacific Area, Public Affairs Office, Battle of the Atlantic & Greenland Patrol, Significant Dates in Coast Guard Aviation, Master Chief Petty Officers of the Coast Guard. Organization Coast Guard A to Z Atlantic Area Pacific Area Force Readiness Command Leadership. Coast Guardsman James Mooney's memoir of his time aboard CGC Cape Strait (CG 95308) & a cutter history of Cape Strait to 1983. Cross, Terry, RADM - Assistant Commandant for Operations (G-O). News Room Reserve Forcecom Operations Mission Support Atlantic Area Pacific Area History Units. Mission Statement. He spent the next three years assigned to Coast Guard Operating Base, New London, Connecticut, where he was responsible for all the electronics on the lighthouses and the light ship between Rhode Island and the entrance to New York Harbor. After achieving flag rank, he served as the Comptroller of the Coast Guard and Commander, 17th Coast Guard District before retiring in 1984. Rear Admiral Clifford Pearson's OHI conducted on September 28, 2005 by PACS (& Dr.) Peter J. Capelotti, Ph.D., USCGR as part of the Coast Guard Historian's Office Katrina Archival & Historical Record Team (KART) project. Captain Joe Castillo's OHI conducted on November 3, 2005 by PACS (& Dr.) Peter J. Capelotti, Ph.D., USCGR as part of the Coast Guard Historian's Office Katrina Archival & Historical Record Team (KART) project. Rear Admiral Robert Duncan's OHI conducted on November 28, 2005 by PACS (& Dr.) Peter J. Capelotti, Ph.D., USCGR as part of the Coast Guard Historian's Office Katrina Archival & Historical Record Team (KART) project. Transcript of telephone conversation between Henry Morgenthau, Jr., the Secretary of the Treasury and Commander E.G. While there he struck and later was advanced to Radioman Third Class. Bennis, Richard, RDML - Commander, Coast Guard Activities New York, Captain of the Port, OCMI. She later asked for a transfer back to Boston. EgyptAir flight 990 recovery The USS Grapple (right) and the U.S. Coast Guard cutter Reliance assisting in the recovery efforts of the EgyptAir flight 990 wreckage off the coast … He is the father of former-Commandant ADM Thad Allen, USCG (Ret.). He saw service aboard CGCs Bibb, Duane,  Castle Rock, & Spencer, the latter in Vietnamese waters. DEPENDABLE received national recognition on August 23rd, 1981, for seizing 9 tons of marijuana from the F/V Sea King. Born in Hilo, Hawaii on 25 January 1920, Melvin Kealoha Bell enlisted as a Mess Steward aboard the USCGC Taney on 5 November 1938. The Coast Guard's official history began on 4 August 1790 when the first Congress authorized the construction of ten vessels to enforce federal tariff and trade laws and to prevent smuggling. 1989 Coast Guard units searched for survivors of United Airlines Flight 811 after it crashed off the coast of Hawaii. Please contact the Historian's Office if you would like to quote or cite from his transcript. Allen, Thad, VADM - Commander, LANTAREA & D-5 on September 11, 2001. By Lt. Cmdr. He held a variety of duty posts during his illustrious Coast Guard career, including the Beach Patrol, service at sea aboard USS General Hugh L. Scott and USS General H. F. Hodges, ocean station duty aboard CGC Minnetonka, LORAN station construction duty aboard CGC Kukui, a tour aboard the buoy tender Sweetbriar in Alaska, and patrol duty aboard CGC Morris. New London, CT 06320-8100, U.S. Coast Guard Exhibit Center He also served as the commanding officer of the LORAN A Station Cape Atholl, Greenland, the northernmost Coast Guard-manned LORAN station. The official site of the United States Coast Guard Historian's Office. Taub, Donald M., CAPT (Retired) - Coast Guard Vietnam Veteran, Growing up in Lorain, Ohio Donald Taub graduated with the Coast Guard Academy Class of 1956. Engineman Larry Villareal, USCG (Ret.) ATTN: COAST GUARD HISTORIAN'S OFFICE RADM Jeffrey Hathaway's, Captain Thomas Yearout's & Captain Steven Newell's OHI conducted on May 16, 2002 by PAC (& Dr.) Peter J. Capelotti, Ph.D., USCGR as part of the Coast Guard Historian's Office Operation Noble Eagle Documentation Project. During much World War II he served as the U.S. Navy’s Fleet Reporting Unit Pacific (FRUPAC) intercepting and copying coded Japanese messages and passing them to Navy cryptologists to break. Chief Noble, who retired from the Coast Guard as a Senior Chief Marine Science Technician and later earned a Ph.D. in history, captured the only interview we now have on file of a veteran of the Revenue Cutter Service and it is fortunate that he did, as Admiral Stika passed away the year after this interview. He then attended Aviation Radioman School at Coast Guard Air Station San Diego. The Navy sent her to the University of Wisconsin where she attended radio school. 1940s In its inception 75 years ago, the Coast Guard Reserve bore little resemblance to the organization that today augments its Active Duty counterpart in nearly all mission areas. COMMANDANT (CG-09231) Rear Admiral Terry Cross's OHI conducted on April 9, 2002 by PAC (& Dr.) Peter J. Capelotti, Ph.D., USCGR as part of the Coast Guard Historian's Office Operation Noble Eagle Documentation Project. CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list ; Friedman, Norman (1985). In the days and weeks that followed, thousands of CG personnel supported the Haiti operation. Vice Admiral Thomas Sargent's first-person experiences during World War II while serving as the executive officer and commanding officer of the USS PC-469. A unique and important account by crewmen who served aboard LV 116 in the 1930s. Writer, Harriet, LTJG - World War II Coast Guard SPAR Veteran. She was reassigned to Boston to work with the then top secret LORAN program for the Northeast Atlantic Chain. Vice Admiral Thad Allen's OHI conducted on March 22, 2002 by PAC (& Dr.) Peter J. Capelotti, Ph.D., USCGR as part of the Coast Guard Historian's Office Operation Noble Eagle Documentation Project. He participated in the landings at Utah Beach on June 6, 1944 in the first wave. The precise origin of the phrase is obscure, although the U.S. Coast Guard Historian's Office notes the first use was by the New Orleans Bee newspaper in 1836, in reference to the actions of the U.S. Revenue Cutter Service during the Ingham incident. His post-war assignments included Sagebrush, Coast Guard Training Center in Groton, XO of USCG LORAN Station Panay Island & Casco. Riutta, Ernest R., VADM - Commander, Pacific Area & Eleventh Coast Guard District. OHI with Rear Admiral Knapp's Coast Guard career. Atkin, Thomas, RADM - Commander, U.S. Coast Guard Deployable Operations Group. In 1978, DEPENDABLE alone interdicted 15% of the marijuana seized by the entire Coast Guard, the largest being 120 tons taken off the M/V Heidi. U.S. Coast Guard Atlantic Area Portsmouth, VA 23704 The Coast Guard also assists in the interdiction of illegal narcotics that enter the United States on or over coastal waters. In 1996 CAMPBELL was the On-Scene Commander for TWA Flight 800, responsible with keeping vessels from the … Honor Guard History Mariners. A noted author and historian of the Coast Guard, the Revenue Cutter Service, the Life-Saving Service, the Lighthouse Service, and most recently the small boat stations of the Coast Guard, Senior Chief [& Doctor] Noble has left us a priceless legacy that is unsurpassed in its importance to our history and we would like to thank him for his efforts. U.S. Coast Guard Island, Building 42 OHI conducted in 2012 by Coast Guard Auxiliarist & retired Navy Chaplain Dr. Douglas Kroll, Ph.D, Williams, Keith ET1 - World War II Coast Guard Veteran. about his Coast Guard career and the events that took place on November 23, 1970 when Simas Kudirka, a Soviet seaman from Lithuania, jumped aboard his command, CGC Vigilant (WMEC 617), to defect, while off Martha's Vineyard. US COAST GUARD STOP 7031 SPAR Florence Finch supplied written answers to questions submitted to her regarding her remarkable life and career, first as a resistance fighter in the Philippines and then as a SPAR. United States Coast Guard U.S. Department of Homeland Security. saw service in Vietnam with Coast Guard Squadron One aboard CGCs Point Mast & Point Banks. The Coast Guard was first on scene, as the Cutter FORWARD arrived later that day. These missions include DEPENDABLE's very successful history of drug interdiction. More Coast Guard Reserve historical information can be found with the U.S. Coast Guard Historian's Office. Born in rural Hugo, Colorado on 22 November 1927, Keith Williams enlisted in the Coast Guard in Seattle in 1945, attending recruit training in Alameda, California. U.S. Coast Guard Historian's Office 2703 Martin Luther King, Jr. Ave., SE Washington, D.C. 20593-7031. USCGC Eagle (WIX-327), formerly the Horst Wessel and also known as the Barque Eagle, is a 295-foot (90 m) barque used as a training cutter for future officers of the United States Coast Guard.She is one of only two active commissioned sailing vessels in the United States military today, along with USS Constitution which is ported in the Boston Harbor. The commandant of the United States Coast Guard is the service chief and highest-ranking member of the United States Coast Guard.The commandant is an admiral, appointed for a four-year term by the president of the United States upon confirmation by the United States Senate.The commandant is assisted by a vice commandant, who is also an admiral, and two area commanders (U.S. Coast Guard … United States Coast Guard U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Our History . The Coast Guard Ready Reserve ceiling was set at 39,600. Harriet was one of those who volunteered and became a SPAR. 2703 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR AVE SE Towards the end of the war, Bell was transferred to Coast Guard Intelligence Units in Florida and Long Island New York. Memoir was edited by W. J. Hayden, USCG (Ret.). The year 2000 would see Coast Guard reservists deploying to the Middle East in response to a terrorist attack on the USS COLE in the Port of Aden, Yemen, on October 12, 2000. WASHINGTON, D.C. 20593-7031, 2703 Martin Luther King, Jr. Ave., SE The Reminiscences of Admiral John Briggs Hayes, U.S. Coast Guard (Retired), an OHI conducted by LTJG Michael Mansker. 4 August 1790 – President George Washington signs the Tariff Act that authorizes the construction of ten vessels, referred to as \"cutters,\" to enforce federal tariff and trade laws and to prevent smuggling. Lewis, Emanuel Raymond (1979). The first US lightship was put in place off of Willoughby Spit in Chesapeake Bay, Virginia, in 1820. Seaman First Class Jack Drew's memoirs of his service in the Coast Guard during World War II. U.S. Coast Guard Exhibit Center 7945 Fernham Lane Forestville, MD 20747. Lightships remained in service in the United States until March 29, 1985, when the last ship, the Nantucket I, was decommissioned. Annapolis, Maryland: United States Naval Institute. The interview was done as part of the U.S. We trace our history to 4 August 1790, when the first Congress authorized the construction of ten vessels to … He then went to the Pacific Theatre where he took part in the invasions of Iwo Jima and Okinawa. Selected series in this record group pertain PRINT | E-MAIL. Commandant of the Coast Guard. Admiral Gracey served as the Commandant from 1982-1986. The rest of his time in the Coast Guard would be spent at that air station. Colvin, Christopher, CAPT - Chief of Staff, Atlantic Area Command. Utley, Ralph, RADM; Yearout, Thomas, CAPT; Newell, Steven, CAPT - 14th Coast Guard District. Fax: (757) 398-6263, U.S. Coast Guard Pacific Area, Public Affairs Office Atkins Hall, on the campus of St. Elizabeth's Hospital, circa 1896. OHI conducted by then-U.S. Coast Guard Assistant Historian Chris Havern. National Archives photo (RG 418-G-25). One is a hexagonal screwpile (shoal) light, the other is a wooden house with tower on the, Eustis, Ralph, CDR - Commanding Officer of CGC Vigilant during Simas Kudirka defection in 1970. Recollections, reminisces, and thoughts about life on a lightship from five former crewman and the daughter of LV-116's first commanding officer. Battle of the Atlantic & Greenland Patrol, Significant Dates in Coast Guard Aviation, Master Chief Petty Officers of the Coast Guard, Eustis, Ralph, CDR - Commanding Officer of CGC. OHI conducted in 2015 by Coast Guard Auxiliarist & retired Navy Chaplain Dr. Douglas Kroll, Ph.D, Villareal, Larry, ENC - Coast Guard Vietnam War Combat Veteran. The interviews were conducted by historian Frank Hebblethwaite. OHI conducted in 2015 by Coast Guard Auxiliarist & retired Navy Chaplain Dr. Douglas Kroll, Ph.D. He served as Admiral Thad Allen's MCPOCG, but interestingly, he is the only person in Coast Guard history to have actually served as MCPOCG twice, serving as the "Interim MCPOCG" from July to October of 2002. He served with and flew with then- LCDR Chester R. Bender, a future commandant of the Coast Guard, and legendary seaplane pilot CDR Donald MacDiarmid. Rear Admiral Jeffrey Hathaway's OHI conducted on June 20, 2002 by PAC (& Dr.) Peter J. Capelotti, Ph.D., USCGR as part of the Coast Guard Historian's Office Operation Noble Eagle Documentation Project. Rear Admiral Richard Knapp's OHI from 1987 in which he discusses his illustrious Coast Guard career, transcribed by Ms. Seamond Roberts. Sargent, Thomas, VADM (Retired) - USS PC-469: The First Year in the Life of a Valiant Patrol Craft, Growing up in Lorain, Ohio Donald Taub graduated with the Coast Guard Academy Class of 1956. Rear Admiral George Naccara's OHI conducted on April 2, 2002 by PAC (& Dr.) Peter J. Capelotti, Ph.D., USCGR as part of the Coast Guard Historian's Office Operation Noble Eagle Documentation Project. Entitled "The Coast Guard Experiences & Adventures of Seaman 1st Class Jack Drew During World War II", his account covers his time in service, from boot camp at Curtis Bay, witnessing a "Drumming Out Ceremony" at Fort McHenry, to his assignments at CG station San Juan, PR, NAS St. Lucia, BWI, 3rd Naval District & New York City, & duty at sea aboard CGC's Crawford & WSC 711. The National Vessel Documentation Center facilitates maritime commerce and the availability of financing while protecting economic privileges of United States citizens through the enforcement of regulations, and provides a register of vessels available in time of war or emergency to defend and protect the United States of America. Born in Grand Rapids, Michigan in 1923, Jack R. 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