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U.S. Coast Guard: America’s Maritime Guardian By U.S. Coast Guard
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Since its original printing in 2002, Pub 1 has served as the Coast Guard's capstone doctrinal publication. It defines its principles and culture. It describes its history, missions, purpose, and... More > ethos. It communicates who and what the Coast Guard is and how it accomplishes its missions. This May 2009 update includes data on roles and missions, forces, historic evolution, and values.< Less
Coast Guard Love Prayers, Poems, & Tributes By R.L. Winters
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Coast Guard Love Prayers, Poems, & Tributes By R.L. Winters
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Coast Guard Cutter Bear 2005 African Deployment By Andrew Shinn
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Andrew Shinn deployed with the Coast Guard Cutter Bear for a historic north and west African deployment in the Summer of 2005. This story, complete with full-color photos, chronicles the deployment,... More > taking readers along on the historic journey.< Less
Flags and Ceremonies Guide: United States Coast Guard Auxiliary By U.S. Department of Homeland Security
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This guide serves as a resource for local Auxiliarists to organize and train ceremonial teams at the flotilla, division, or district level. In doing so, we further the community relations missions of... More > the Coast Guard, while advancing our own public image and the public’s understanding and appreciation of our organization. Auxiliary ceremonial teams increase the visibility of the Coast Guard and Coast Guard Auxiliary in the community and honors those who have served before us. The purpose of the Flags and Ceremonies Guide is to provide Coast Guard Auxiliary units with the recommended minimum standards, procedures and policies for forming, maintaining and participating as member of a flag or official ceremony unit of the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary.< Less
Volume I: U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps and U.S. Coast Guard Aircraft Lost During World War II - Listed by Ship Attached By Douglas E. Campbell
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During World War II, the U.S. military lost some 35,000 aircraft to enemy action, training incidents, typhoons, aircraft carrier deck mishaps, mechanical failures or just normal wear-and-tear where... More > aircraft were scrapped and used for parts to keep others flying. To date, the 15,069 aircraft represented in this 3-volume set is the total number of U.S. Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard aircraft lost between 7 December 1941 and 15 August 1945, and lost outside the continental United States (CONUS). Volume I is the information on any aircraft lost that was attached to the 197 different ships in the database; Volume II is the information on any aircraft lost that was attached to any of the 713 squadrons listed in the database. Both Volumes I and II are subsets of the entire database. Volume III is the total number of aircraft lost by their 176 different manufacturers, types and variants (including unknown variants) and represents the entire database to date.< Less
Volume II: U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps and U.S. Coast Guard Aircraft Lost During World War II - Listed by Squadron By Douglas E. Campbell
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During World War II, the U.S. military lost some 35,000 aircraft to enemy action, training incidents, typhoons, aircraft carrier deck mishaps, mechanical failures or just normal wear-and-tear where... More > aircraft were scrapped and used for parts to keep others flying. Many just failed to return from their missions. To date, the 15,069 aircraft represented in this 3-volume set is the total number of U.S. Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard aircraft lost between 7 December 1941 and 15 August 1945, and lost outside the continental United States (CONUS). Volume II is the information on any aircraft lost that was attached to any of the 713 squadrons listed in the database. Volumes II is a subset of the entire database in Volume III - listed by Aircraft Type Lost.< Less
Volume III: U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps and U.S. Coast Guard Aircraft Lost During World War II - Listed by Aircraft Type By Douglas E. Campbell, Ph.D.
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During World War II, the U.S. military lost some 35,000 aircraft to enemy action, training incidents, typhoons, aircraft carrier deck mishaps, mechanical failures or just normal wear-and-tear where... More > aircraft were scrapped and used for parts to keep others flying. Many just failed to return from their missions. To date, the 15,069 aircraft represented in this 3-volume set is information initially transferred from hand-written “Aircraft History Cards” and are the total number of U.S. Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard aircraft lost between 7 December 1941 and 15 August 1945, and lost outside the continental United States (CONUS). Volume III represents the total number of aircraft lost by their 176 different types and variants and represents the entire database to date. Given the thousands of hours that went into this effort, the author hopes that, as a 3-volume set of reference books, it provides assistance to others who are researching ship, squadron and aircraft histories.< Less
Volume I: U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps and U.S. Coast Guard Aircraft Lost During World War II - Listed by Ship Attached By Douglas E. Campbell, Ph.D.
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During World War II, the U.S. military lost some 35,000 aircraft to enemy action, training incidents, typhoons, aircraft carrier deck mishaps, mechanical failures or just normal wear-and-tear where... More > aircraft were scrapped and used for parts to keep others flying. Many just failed to return from their missions. To date, the 15,069 aircraft represented in this 3-volume set is information initially transferred from hand-written “Aircraft History Cards” and are the total number of U.S. Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard aircraft lost between 7 December 1941 and 15 August 1945, and lost outside the continental United States (CONUS). Volume I represents the information on any aircraft lost that was attached to the 197 different ships in the database. Given the thousands of hours that went into this effort, the author hopes that, as a 3-volume set of reference books, it provides assistance to others who are researching ship, squadron and aircraft histories.< Less
Volume II: U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps and U.S. Coast Guard Aircraft Lost During World War II - Listed by Squadron By Douglas E. Campbell, Ph.D.
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During World War II, the U.S. military lost some 35,000 aircraft to enemy action, training incidents, typhoons, aircraft carrier deck mishaps, mechanical failures or just normal wear-and-tear where... More > aircraft were scrapped and used for parts to keep others flying. Many just failed to return from their missions. To date, the 15,069 aircraft represented in this 3-volume set is information initially transferred from hand-written “Aircraft History Cards” and are the total number of U.S. Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard aircraft lost between 7 December 1941 and 15 August 1945, and lost outside the continental United States (CONUS). Volume II represents the information on any aircraft lost that was attached to any of the 713 squadrons listed in the database. Given the thousands of hours that went into this effort, the author hopes that, as a 3-volume set of reference books, it provides assistance to others who are researching ship, squadron and aircraft histories.< Less