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Photos - U.S. Coast Guard 

We are continually acquiring wonderful and rare  original photographs of the U.S. Coast Guard. Below are photos and information. Inquiries welcomed.

See also our new U.S. Life Saving Service page.

 

16247. (photo) “The New Unsinkable” U.S. Coast Guard 36-foot Motor Lifeboat c.1931. Clear, close, original 8” x 10” press photo shows excellent detail of the new Coast Guard 36-foot motor lifeboat, inroute (we believe) to the Great Lakes for delivery to C.G. Station Oswego. Coast Guard small boat historian Tim Dring notes: “Assuming that the date on the photo is correct and reflects the actual date when that MLB was in New York Harbor, the best guess that I have for the boat itself is that it was No. 3707/36343 for Station Oswego, NY. That boat was completed at Curtis Bay on 3 April 1931, so an arrival in NY on the 15th would have been feasible given the boat’s likely northbound transit speed. We know that the Coast Guard used the combination of the Chesapeake & Delaware Canal/Delaware & Raritan Canal/Erie Canal for delivering boats to the Great Lakes region, and the fact that this boat was photographed so far up in New York Harbor headed into the Hudson River tells me that she was inroute to the Erie Canal and then the Lakes rather than to New England or the NJ/Long Island area.” Photo is b/w and includes date and description on back. Dated April 15, 1931. Clear, close view, great detail of early boat. (VG+). $58.

1771. (photo) Coast Guard 30-Foot “Duck” (DUKW) Coming Ashore Kill Devil Hill, NC. c.1943. Clear close photo shows great detail of the vehicle and some of its equipment as the vehicle comes ashore after a simulated rescue. A great view. Measures 6 ½” x 8” . Includes description on back. Dated June 18, 1943. (VG+). $58.

 

1704. (photo) U.S. Coast Guard. Inspecting New Chance Vaught Pursuit-type Plane c.1934. Clear, close, original 8” x 10” press photo shows excellent detail as Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau, Jr. and Rear Adm. Harry Hammond, Commandant of the Coast Guard, inspect the first of a fleet of Chance Vaught Pursuit-type planes destined for use in patrolling the U.S. borders. Pilot Lt. W.A. Burton and gunner AD3 Lony Bridges are shown in the cockpit. Photo is b/w and includes date and description on back. Dated May 10, 1934. Clear, close view, great detail of early Coast Guard aircraft. (VG+). $42.

16245. (photo) Crew of U.S. Coast Guard Cutter "Mojave" arrives in Philadelphia from the Arctic c.1925. Clear, close, original 8” x 10” press photo shows excellent detail of members of the crew on deck in Philadelphia after arriving in Philadelphia. After battling ice floes and raging seas of the Arctic, the Mojave crew was able to land supplies for the 200 famishes dwellers at Teller Alaska. Mojave was a 240-foot Tampa-class Coast Guard Cutter in commission from 1921 until 1947. This ship was one of four sisters: the TAMPA, MODOC, HAIDA, and MOJAVE. Photo is b/w and includes date and description on back. Dated January 22, 1925. Clear, close view, great detail of early Coast Guard crew and uniform, etc. (VG+). $42.

16237. (photo) Lieutenant Commander Stephen S. Yeandle, aide to the Commandant c.1925. Clear, close, original 8” x 10” press photo shows excellent detail of Lieutenant Commander Stephen S. Yeandle, aide to the Commandant c.1925. Commander Yeandle had a long career in the Coast Guard, distinguishing himself by his enthusiasm and his ability to find solutions to problems. CGavaition.org notes that: “It was at Section Base 7, located at Gloucester, Massachusetts that LCDR Carl Von Paulson, a Coast Guard Aviator and the Commanding Officer, approached LCDR Stephen S. Yeandle, aide to Commandant Billard, with the idea of utilizing aircraft to search and locate both blacks [The large smuggling ships were referred to as Blacks because they operated without running lights] and small boats making a run for shore. LCDR Yeandle thought the concept had merit and approached the Commandant who approved the idea but no funds were available. A Navy surplus Curtiss OU-1C was located and an agreement was made for the Coast Guard to utilize it for a period of a year. It initially flew out of the Naval Reserve Air Station at Squantum, Massachusetts in land plane configuration and then operated out of a make-shift tent-hangar located on Ten Pound Island in Gloucester Harbor reconfigured as a floatplane. The first use of an aircraft to chase a rum-runner was on 20 June 1925. The OU-1C assisted in the first capture of a rum runner with aviation support on 24 June 1925.” Photo is b/w and includes date and name on back. Dated May 19, 1925. Clear, close view. (VG). $44.

16234. (photo) United States Coast Guard Horse Patrol, Atlantic Coast c.1943. Wonderful clear, close original 7” x 9” official Coast Guard photograph provides a great look at a horse-patrol Coast Guardsmen as they charge through the dunes on the Atlantic coast in a training exercise. This rare image includes 25 riderswith some horses falling in the soft sand. On July 25, 1942, Coast Guard Headquarters authorized all Naval Districts that were adjacent to the coast to organize a well-armed and maintained beach patrol, with proper communication equipment to relay messages. Normal foot patrol procedures required men to travel in pairs, armed with rifles, or sidearms and flare pistols. In 1942, the Coast Guard recognized that the use of dogs, with their keen sense of smell and their ability to be trained for guard duty, would help enhance the patrols. The first dog patrols began at , in August 1942 and were so successful, that within a year, the animals and their handlers were on duty in all the districts. Dog patrols were usually conducted at night and consisted of a dog and dog handler. With thousands of miles of coastline to protect, horses were added and horse patrols were put into action in many places. Clear and close view. Dated January 24, 1943. Great view. (VG+). $44.

 

1721. (photo) Pickup Truck & Spar, U.S. Coast Guard c.1943. Clear, close, original 7 ¾” x 9 ¼” press photo shows excellent detail as a Coast Guard Spar boards a Coast Guard pickup truck. Great detail not only of the Spar uniform but of the lettering and Coast Guard shield sticker on the door. Photo is b/w and includes date. Dated July 6, 1943. Clear, close view, great detail. (VG+). $56.

1711. (photo) Panel Truck, U.S. Coast Guard Communication System c.1930's. Clear, close, original 7 ½” x 10” company photo shows excellent detail of a International panel truck for the U.S. Coast Guard. Door on truck is lettered U.S. Coast Guard No. 1132 Communication System”. Photo was for the York-Hoover Body Corp., in York, Pa., who manufactured the panel body. Great detail of the type of vehicle in use at the time. Photo is b/w and not dated. Clear, close view. (VG+). $54.

 

16192. (photo) Crew of Coast Guard Cutter Bear Read Newspapers on their Return from Arctic c.1925. For more than forty-two years the U. S. Revenue Cutter Bear patrolled the waters of the Bering Sea and and became celebrated for many dramatic rescues of trapped whalers. Here, in 1925, members of the crew read their first newspaper in months upon their arrival in San Francisco. In early 1930’s Admiral Byrd purchased the Bear for $1050, refitting her for an Antarctic expedition. Photo measures 6 ½” x 8 ½”. Light wear, clipped corner. Date and description on back. Dated May 6, 1925. (VG). $34.

16190. (photo) U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Galatea WPC-108 c.1940. CGC Galatea was commissioned in 1933 and was assigned to Stapleton, New York as part of the New York Division's Special Patrol Force. She was rearmed in 1940 and was temporarily transferred to the Navy on 25 March 1941 for use as a training vessel for sonar operators at the Navy Sound School at Key West. During the war, she escorted convoys along the eastern seaboard and to Cuba and conducted anti-submarine and search and rescue patrols. In June 1945 she was reassigned to Stapleton, New York, with the Air-Sea Rescue unit based there until she was decommissioned on 15 March 1948. Photograph c.1940. 8” x 10” clear and close view. $18.

16173. (photo) White River Life Saving / Coast Guard Station, Whitehall, Mich. c.1917. Rare photo shows the unusual and attractive Bibb #3 Type life-saving station on the eastern shore of Lake Michigan. In the foreground is the station surfboat as the men dive into the water. Photos measure 3 ½” x 5 ½” on postcard paper, postmarked 1917. Clear, rare view. (VG+). $44.

 

16142. (photo) Roosevelt Style Coast Guard Station  c.1976. Clear, close original  8” x 10” press photo shows great detail of an old “Roosevelt style” Coast Guard station in 1976 during the Bicentennial. These buildings are called the Roosevelt-style because they were built during the Franklin Roosevelt administration. The buildings were all white with red roofs, green shutters and many have a lookout on the top. Clear and close view, good details. Dated July 1950. (VG+). $36.

15155. (photo) Crews of SPARS Rowing Competition c.1943. Clear, close, original 8” x 10” press photo shows excellent detail as two crews of SPARS compete in rowing in Biscayne Bay as part of their physical fitness program. One group was attached to CG District Headquarters and the other to Captain of the Port. Clear, close, good view of boats. Photo is b/w and includes date and description on back. Dated September 22, 1943. (VG+). $26.

16136. (photograph) United States Coast Guard Station, Louisville, Kentucky. c.1928. Clear, close original 8” x 10” press photo shows great detail of the one-of-a-kind river Coast Guard stations. The United States Life-Saving Service was established in 1848 and soon stations were established around the country near dangerous waters. The first such lifesaving station on the Western Rivers was established at , , in 1881 to guard the treacherous Falls of the . In 1902, another wooden lifeboat station replaced the first. It too was moored at the foot of . The wooden hull of the second Louisville Life-Saving Station eventually became worn out and a new station was built. The present station was built on the lines of the earlier station wharfboats, but a more durable steel hull replaced the wooden hulls of the earlier boats. This boat, now the Mayor Andrew Broaddus, was commissioned in 1928 and still exists in as a museum. Dating from about the late 1920’s, this view shows the third station in fine detail. Behind can be seen the large Steamboat Cincinnati of the Louisville & Cincinatti Packet Company. Clear and close view. (VG+). $44.

15175. (photo)  U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Bear during World War II Greenland Patrol. Built in 1874, the United States Revenue Cutter Bear was originally constructed as a sealer. She was the oldest Coast Guard Cutter to see service in World War II, having been reconditioned by the Navy and armed for duty around Greenland. World-wide fame had come to the Bear in the early 1880s in the rescue mission shortly after the historic Greely Expedition to the Arctic came to a disastrous end. The Bear, which had been in service since 1885 was still around in 1917 when the United States entered World War I. For the duration of the war she served under the U. S. Navy. This, however, did not change her routine patrol of Alaskan waters. In 1929 the Bear was decommissioned and turned over to the city of Oakland, California, for use as a maritime museum, and it was at this time that she served as the set for the filming of Jack London's "Sea Wolf". Although the Bear was getting on in years now, in the early 1930s, the famed Arctic explorer, Admiral Richard E. Byrd, USN, was looking for a vessel suitable for operating in ice in his Second Antarctic Expedition. Following a refit, the bear left Boston in 1933 under the command of Lieutenant (j.g.) Robert A. J. English, USN. In 1941, shortly after her return from the Antarctic, the Bear was assigned to the Greenland Patrol. She took part in the capture of the Norwegian trawler Buskoe, which had been fitted out by the Germans to transmit weather reports and information on Allied ship movements. Soon her days of active service would draw to a close. In June, 1944 she was stricken from the Navy list of active vessels and turned over to the Maritime Commission for sale. Photo measures 8” x 10” and shows her fitted out for her World War II duties in Greenland. (F). $18.

16141. (photo) New US Coast Guard 38-Foot Cabin Picket Boat (CPB) CG-38784 Underway. c.1942-1943. Official Coast Guard photograph shows the new 38-foot patrol boat (Cabin Picket Boat CG-38784) kicking up spray as it speeds down the harbor. The Cabin Picket Boat (38ft.) were self-bailing but not self-righting; 38ft. 3in. overall length, 10ft. 5in. beam, 3ft. maximum draft; 16500lbs.; single gasoline engine of various makes and models with single propeller; maximum speed 24-25kts.; 240gal. fuel; 175 nautical mile range at cruise speed; capacity for 2 crew plus 10 passengers; wooden hull of single-planked carvel construction; hull was ice-sheathed if intended for assignment to an area where ice could be encountered. All of these boats were built by private boatyards over the period 1932 to 1943. Close view of this workhorse of the fleet at the time. (VG+). $32.

1638. (lot 3 photos) U.S. Coast Guard Radio Station (NMA), Richmond, Florida c.1948. Official Coast Guard photographs show the men and equipment at the U.S. Coast Guard Radio Station in Richmond, Florida. Three photos, 8” x 10”, show great detail of the men and equipment in the station radio and equipment rooms. In 1942, as World War II heated up and the U.S. became move involved, the U.S. government ordered a massive buildup in military facilities. One of these facilities was Naval Air Station, Richmond, Florida. NAS Richmond ceased operations in November, 1945 with portions of the facility becoming a University of Miami South Campus and the Miami Metrozoo. Other areas of the base were utilized by the Army, Navy and Coast Guard as communications facilities (shown here). Some time after 1945, and before 1955, U.S. Naval Security Group Activity, Richmond, FL. was commissioned. NSGA Richmond was located at the Coast Guard Radio Station (RADSTA), on the Richmond site. NSGA Richmond was decommissioned and closed in July, 1957. All clear, close, detailed views.  Dated November 22, 1948. (VG+). $44.

16134. (advertisement) Coast Guard 36-Foot Motor Lifeboat. Paterson “Patapar” Parchment Paper Company.  c.1933. Fortune Magazine. September 1933. 11” x 14”. 1 page disbound. Great full page b/w illustrated advertisement from 1933 magazine shows a Coast Guard 36-foot motor lifeboat heading out on a rescue mission. The add for Paterson Vegetable Parchment Paper touts the reliability of the new era parchment papers for industry. Quite an attractive piece for framing. Full page, clean and crisp. (VG+). $34.

16126. (photo) Breeches Buoy Demonstration, Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles c.1940's. Clear, close original 8” x 10” Official Coast Guard photo shows great detail as a young lady rides the breeches buoy during a Coast Guard demonstration while a large crowd including many military, looks on. Possibly done as part of a War Bond drive. Good view of the breeches buoy apparatus including hawser, crotch pole and more. Clear and close view. Dated March 13, 1943. Great view. (VG+). $34.

 

1665a. (photo) Coast Guard Grumman J2F Amphibian c.1940’s. Clear, close, original 5” x 7” Coast Guard photo shows good detail of a Grumman J2F Amphibian used by the Coast Guard during World War II for patrol duties. This type of plane was used by Lt. John Pritchard on a Greenland glacier to rescue downed Army flyers. Official Coast Guard photo is b/w and includes description on back. Later print of c.1940’s view.  Clear, close view, good detail. (VG+). $28.

1665b. (photo) Coast Guard Chance Vought UO-4 Float Seaplane c.1926’s. Clear, close, original 5” x 7” Coast Guard photo shows good detail of one of two Chance Vought UO-4 Float Seaplanes commissioned by the Coast Guard in 1926. These aircraft did valuable work in apprehending Rum-Runners in the Prohibition era. Official Coast Guard photo is b/w and includes description on back. Later print of c.1920’s view.  Clear, close view, good detail. (VG+). $28.

1630. (photo) Coast Guard Surfman with Dog, Seattle, Washington c.1944. Clear, close, original 8” x 10” official Coast Guard photo from Seattle area shows excellent detail of the WWII Surfman with his dog. Nice clear view of the uniform and insignia including surfman pin on hat. Service stripes show 16 years of service. Insignia on right forearm indicates sharpshooter. Photo is b/w. Dated June 28, 1944. Superb clear, close view, great detail. (F-). $27.

1651. (photo) Coast Guard Lyle Gun and Surfboat Exhibit c.1934. Clear, close, original 7” x 9” press photo shows excellent detail of a Lyle Gun, faking box and surfboat at the Coast Guard exhibit at the New York City Boat Show. Great detail of the beautifully maintained equipment. Photo is b/w and includes date and description on back. Dated January 19, 1934. Clear, close view, great detail. (VG+). $34.

 

1627. (photo) U.S. Coast Guard Station, Harbor Beach, Michigan c.1945. Rare photo view provides close view of the Coast Guard on the pier at Harbor Beach. Note the patrol boat CGR-152. Close clear view measures 3 ½” x 5 ½” on postcard paper. Postmarked May 26, 1945. (VG+). $48.

1628. (photo) U. S. Coast Guard Capsize Race c.1938. Fine clear press photo image features a view of the finish of the Coast Guard race for the championship of the Atlantic Coast – a feature of the International Lifeboat Race Regatta held in New York harbor. Finishing first was the Seventh District crew from Elizabeth, NC. Other crews included Asbury Park, NJ., and a Sixth District crew, etc. During the race, which was for a distance of one mile, the crews must capsize their boats, then right them, and resume rowing. Photo is b/w and includes date and description on back. Clear and close view. Dated September 10, 1938. (VG+). $48.

15163. (photo) U.S. Coast Guard Station, Hunniwells (Popham) Beach, Maine c.1917. Clear close image provides a rare view of the front and side of the Popham Beach station. Note the multiple additions to this 1882-Type station built in 1883. Photo is overall quite clear and sharp. Measure 3 ½” x 5 ½” on postcard paper. Postmarked November 12, 1917 at Popham Beach. Rare view. (VG). $48.

11231. (photo) Crew from Coast Guard Cutter Casco rescues yachtsman from 40-foot ketch c.1955. Original press photo from U.S. Coast Guard shows the scene as the “lifeboat from the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Casco approaches the damaged 40-foot ketch which was lost with Edwin D. Brooks, Jr., 19-year-old yachtsman…. The ketch, its mainsail missing and jib torn, was sighted 20 miles off Gloucester, Mass., where it had wallowed helplessly, for two days in rough seas….” 7” x 9” includes description and credit line. Dated October 25, 1955. (VG+). $20.

14189d. (photo) U.S. Coast Guard Lands Surfboat in Winter, Coast Guard Station Rockaway Point c.1925. Early press photo measures 7” x 9” shows Coast Guardsmen drilling with surfboat on the winter beach. Rockaway Point Station was one of the busiest because of the many ships approaching New York City daily. The bitter cold in the winter made the work that much more difficult. Photo is b/w and includes date and description on back. Clear, close views, great detail. Dated February 2, 1925. (VG+). $54.

1604. (photo) U.S. Coast Guard Utility Boat CG-41332, Station Grays Harbor c.1977. Official b/w Coast Guard photo measures 8” x 10” shows Coast Guard utility boat CG-41332 underway sometime in 1977 before being capsized on the bar during the night of November 15th 1977 while on a training mission at the National Motor Lifeboat School, with the loss of 2 members of the ten man crew. The Station now has a memorial dedicated to the two crewmen from Station Grays Harbor who lost their lives. (VG+). $45.

1055b. (photo) U. S. Coast Guard Station, Ludington, Michigan c.1944. Fine clear image features the Coast Guard station with the new watch tower and flag mast in the foreground. Unusually good view, great early detail, on postcard paper. Postmarked May 11, 1944. (VG+). $38.

28431b. (photo) U.S. Coast Guard, Guard of Honor, Funeral for  President Franklin Delano Roosevelt 1945. Large 7 ½” x 9 3/8” b/w official U.S. Coast Guard photograph shows Coast Guardsman Arthur A. Arnold, boatswain's mate first class, as he marches with soldiers, sailors, marines, and a member of the air force as an honor guard for the flag - draped coffin of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt as the caisson proceeded from the Union Station along Pennsylvania Avenue to the White House. Description on back notes that “Coast Guardsman Arnold, a veteran from the war fronts, lives in New Alexandria, Va. He is wearer of The Silver Star Medal.” F. D. R. died suddenly at Warm Springs, Georgia, on April 12, 1945. Image is clear and quite close. It is clean, some light wear and small corner creases. F. D. R. died suddenly at Warm Springs, Georgia, on April 12, 1945. Important image. (VG). $54.

15225. (photo) U. S. Coast Guard Station, South Haven, Michigan c.1950’s. Fine clear image features the Coast Guard station with the new watch tower and flag mast in the foreground. Unusually good view, great early detail, on postcard paper. (VG+). $38.

 

15104. (photo) Crew Members after Being Taken off Stricken Freighter Bjerkli near Nantucket Lightship by Coast Guard c.1937. Clear, close original 7” x 9” press photo shows great detail of the crew of the stricken freighter Bjerkli. The vessel foundered in heavy seas and were taken off the sinking vessel before it sank by the Coast Guard Cutter Chelan. Photo is b/w and includes date and description. Dated March 26, 1937. Clear, close view, great detail. (VG). $36. 

1597. (set 2 photos) USCGC Northwind Tows Disabled Vessel in the Antarctic c.1947. Clear close official Coast Guard photos shows great detail as the Coast Guard Cutter Northwind tows the Yancey out of danger from ice. “While on a mission, towing the submarine Sennet toward Scott Island where the sub could find open water, the Northwind received a radio message that the Merrick, Yancey and the Mt. Olympus were in danger from floating ice. The Northwind dropped her tow temporarily, rushed back to the assistance of the beleaguered vessels, and is shown in these photos towing the Yancey towards an area of less danger. The effect of crushing ice on the thin-hulled vessels could be disastrous. The Northwind arrived in time to meet and defeat the ice threat.” Official Coast Guard photos measures 8” x 10”. Dated March 18, 1947. Light creases. Great detail. (VG+). Set $28.

15118a. (photo) U.S. Coast Guard Surfboat Drill, Michigan City, In. c.1915. Superb clear, close original view shows great detail of Coast Guard crew drilling in the station surfboat. Quite close, great detail of the men and surfboat on postcard paper. Little if any wear. (F-). $44.

15156. (lot 2 photos) CR-96 USCGC Staten Island WAGB-278 c.1944. Nice lot of two original WWII commissioning photos of hull No. CR-96 USCGC Staten Island WAGB-278. One photo by Western Pipe & Steel Co. Shipyard and the second by "Dick" Whittington Photography, Los Angeles, CA. USCGC Staten Island (WAGB-278) was a Wind-class icebreaker laid down on 9 June 1942 and launched on 28 December 1942, the ship was commissioned on 26 February 1944, and almost immediately afterward transferred to the Soviet Union under the Lend Lease program until 1951. When returned to the United States Navy, she was designated USS Northwind until 15 April 1952, when she was renamed Staten Island to distinguish her from her successor USCGC Northwind (WAGB-282), which had been laid down shortly after she was lent to the Soviet Union. The ship was transferred to the US Coast Guard as USCGC Staten Island in February 1965, and served until November 1974, before being scrapped. Photos measure 8” x 10” and are clear and close. (VG+). $18.

15157. (lot 9 photos) USCGC Northwind (WAG/WAGB-282). USCGC Northwind was a Wind-class icebreaker. She was built to replace USCGC Northwind/Staten Island (WAG-278) which was in U.S.S.R. lend-lease service. During her career, Northwind conducted extensive oceanography, hydrography and cartography studies, as well as icebreaking. Northwind was the last Wind-class icebreaker when she was decommissioned in in January 1989 after 44 years of service. Photos measure 4” x 5” and are clear and close. (VG+). $18.

15158. (photo) US Coast Guard Cutter MENDOTA (later-HMS Culver, Y-87) c.1933. Early official Coast Guard photo shows the Mendota off Quantico, Virginia during rifle practice August 18, 1933. The Mendota was one of the 250-foot class cutters designed by the Coast Guard and were, in many respects, modernized 240-footers. Captain Q.B. Newman, USCG, designed its innovative turbine-electric-drive power plant, which developed an amazing 3,350 shp. These were the first to have alternating current, and a synchronous motor for propulsion. After commissioning, Mendota was stationed at Norfolk, Virginia. Among other duties she was also used for cadet practice cruises. 7” x 9”. $22.

15159. (lot 20 Coast Guard photos) U.S. Coast Guard WW II era. Good early lot of 20 Coast Guard photos include 8 printed photo images of Coast Guardsmen fighting on the beaches in the Pacific, cutters including USCGC Mackinac (WAVP-371) W-371, crew photos, Overfalls lightship, USCG Destroyer Davis (CG-21), aerial view from Navy dirigible “Los Angeles” of Destroyer Force Base New London in 1929, and more. Interesting lot. Sizes from 3” x 4 ½” to 8” x 10”. (VG). $35.

29339b. (photo) Coast Guard Cutter Bear Trapped in Ice July 15, 1924. Underwood & Underwood. 8” x 10”. Coast Guard Cutter the Bear on her last journey to the , trapped in the ice north of Unalaska. When advised of the situation, Coast Guard headquarters radioed “to give her up”. The Bear made 49 trips to the arctic to search out icebergs and carry mail and supplies to remote villages, before becoming pinched in the ice and given up. This photo comes from the vast archive of original AP, UPI and various other news service photos. Includes credit and description on back. Clean, a few wrinkles. (VG). $36.

26325b. (photo) U. S. Coast Guard 36-Foot Motor Lifeboat Rescues Yacht “Bali” December 3, 1932 San Francisco. 1932 photo is from a collection of original news photos from Acme News Pictures, Inc. Photo bears the following attached caption: "The five- months search for the schooner yacht Bali and its occupant, R. E. "Rex" Barrera, Oakland Calif. Broker sought on a $125,000 speculation charge, reached another phase when the vessel, in distress, was rescued by the Coast Guard off Eureka, Calif., and its occupant, giving the name of "Capt. R.S. E. Barr", half- starved, told of a perilous lone trip from Ecuador to San Francisco "to win a wager". After the seafarer was brought ashore, he dropped from sight, as Coast Guard examination of papers disclosed him as the missing Barrera... officials swore to a grand larceny warrant, charging he took the vessel from Los Angeles Harbor after only a small down payment. 12/3/32". Nice clear image, 7” x 9”. Light edge wear, one corner bent. (VG). $36.

15128. (photo) Coast Guard 30-Foot “Duck” (DUKW) Comming Ashore c.1943. Clear close official Coast Guard photo shows great detail of the vehicle and some of its equipment in this great view. Measures 8” x 10”. Includes description on back. File dated July 5, 1943. (VG+). $68.

 

1433. (copy photo) U.S. Coast Guard Station City Point, Dorchester Bay, Boston Harbor, Mass. c.1930’s view. 8” x 10”. Superb, crystal clear image shows the station, men, lifeboats and more. The City Point Life Saving / Coast Guard Station was one of only two such floating stations in the . Anchored in , she was designed to render assistance in the numerous casualties occurring to yachts and sailboats in that area. She was equipped with a gasoline launch, the Relief, probably the first station in the country to have a power boat. She was constructed in Greenport, in 1895 and this rare image shows her at anchor, and with her crew and flags flying, probably for a holiday. Clear, close image. (VG+). $29.95 each.

1551. (photo) U.S. Coast Guard Sand Bagging Station, Presque Isle, Erie, Pa. c.1973. Superb close clear original 7” x 9” press photo shows great detail as a Coast Guardsman piles sandbags against the boathouse in the battle against high waters from Lake Erie. Photo is b/w and includes date and description. Clear and close view. Dated May 14, 1973. (VG+). $24.

 

 

22197b. [Collection of photos and documents, US Coast Cutters Algonquin, Redwing, Tallapoosa, Unulga, Itasca, Shoshone c. 1920’s & 1930’s.]

Wonderful extensive collection highlight the day to day duties of a Coast Guardsman in the 1920’s. It appears from the photographs that the owner once served aboard the CGC Algonquin in the Northwest, later being transferred to the Shoshone and others. Original album contains over 300 original b/w photographs of Coast Guard vessels, station life, gun drills, action and fires at sea, on leave and much more. Photos are in the 3x3 to 3x5 range and are mounted on album pages from the era. Interesting clear, close views are all in vg or better condition, pages a bit brittle from age but nicely intact.

(22268). In addition the lot includes a wonderful U.S.C.G.C. Algonquin tinted photograph. The Algonquin was commissioned from 1898- 1930. During the early 1920"s she was assigned to the Bering Sea Patrol out of Seattle Washington and Astoria Oregon. The Algonquin was once a vessel of the U.S. Revenue Cutter Service, transferring to the Coast Guard in 1915. The photograph measures 10" X 7" and is framed in in a vintage frame measuring 11 1/2" X 7 1/2". Early color is good, slight crease not to break surface, and very slight staining, no water damage. Identified in l/l corner "U.S.C.G.C. Algonquin June - 5 – 1920".

Additional items in lot include: Cash Pay Receipts; newspaper article describing the successful war patrol of the submarine USS Wahoo; Specimen Examination Manual for Merchant Marine Deck Officer, USCG. 1943; US Coast Guard, Certificate of Discharge to Merchant Seaman, 1951.

This collection was purchased from an estate in Astoria Oregon and is as found and provides a wonderful glimpse into early Coast Guard life. Complete lot of 310 items: $395.

 

14274. (photo) Coast Guard Cutter Carrabasset c.1935. Clear close press photo shows good detail of this early cutter underway. Carrabasset was built of composite construction for the Navy as one of the Bagaduce-class auxiliary fleet tugs. She was launched in 1919. She served in the Navy in various capacities until 1924 when she was transferred to the Treasury Department for use by the Coast Guard. She served at Norfolk, Virginia, Charleston, South Carolina, and New York on towing duty as one of three ocean-going tugs operated by the Coast Guard, through the 1920s and was then stationed at Port Everglades, Florida, in the mid-1930s and Curtis Bay, Maryland prior to World War II. She was decommissioned on 26 July 1946. Measures 7” x 9”. Dated September 7, 1935. Note the Coast Guard ensign flying above the crows nest on the foremast. (VG). $48.

14223. (photo) Coast Guard Motor Surfboat, Spermaceti Cove, Flood Relief at Kingston, Pa. c.1940. Clear close press photo shows great detail as the crew from Spermaceti Cove Coast Guard Station, Sandy Hook, New Jersey help to evacuate residents from the flood at Kingston, Pa. Measures 6” x 8”. Includes description on back. Dated April 2, 1940. (VG+). $28.

14305. (photo) Crew U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Dexter After Sinking Schooner “I’m Alone” c.1929. Clear close press photo shows great detail as the Chief Engineer and crew pose on deck. The Dexter was forced to fire on the schooner “I’m Alone” when their captain refused to surrender or allow the cutter’s officer to board and search the vessel. The I’m Alone was a notorious smuggling vessel, having been engaged in smuggling liquor into the United States for several years. Until the latter part of 1928, the I’m Alone operated on the New England Coast and had caused the Coast Guard forces a great deal of trouble. The commanding officer of the Dexter spoke to the master of the I’m Alone through a megaphone and informed him that the I’m Alone would be sunk unless it obeyed the command to stop. Warning shots were fired ahead and when the vessel did not stop, the Dexter fired through the riggings and later put a dozen shots into the hull of the I’m Alone. The sea was too rough to permit the I’m Alone to be boarded and seized by force and the furthermore the master of the I’m Alone waved a revolver in a threatening manner indicating that he would resist forcibly any attempt to board his vessel. The I’m Alone sank at 9:05 a.m. on March 22. The Coast Guard vessels picked up the members of the crew of the I’m Alone with the exception of one person who was drowned. When the body of this seaman was taken from the water, the members of the Coast Guard worked more than two and one-half hours in an attempt to resuscitate him but without avail. The Dexter’s crewmen shown are all identified on the back. Measures 8” x 10”. Includes description on back. (VG+). $56.

14281. (photo) 136th Anniversary of the Establishment of the Coast Guard Celebrated c.1926. Clear close press photo shows great detail as officials at the Sesqui-Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia view a special squadron of Coast Guard craft. The officials, identified on the back, include Capt. E.C. Otto, Ass’t. Commander of the Coast Guard; Garrard Winston, Under Secretary of the Treasury; Admiral Magruder, Commander of the Navy Yard; Brig. Gen. H. Leanard, etc. Measures 8” x 10”. Includes description on back. August 1933. (VG+). $24.

1562a,b,c. (photo) United States Coast Guard Cutter Bristol Bay (WTGB-102). 8” x 10” color photo of the CGC Bristol Bay. The Bristol Bay is the second of the U.S. Coast Guard's 140-foot icebreaking tugs and one of just two Bay-class cutters that work in conjunction with a special barge. Designed by U.S. Coast Guard engineers, the USCGC Bristol Bay's primary responsibility is opening and maintaining icebound shipping lanes in the Great Lakes. The Bristol Bay also performs missions such as search and rescue, marine environmental protection, law enforcement and port security and safety. Photo is clear and crisp. (VG+). $8.

1560a,b,c. (photo) United States Coast Guard Cutter Spar (WAGL-403; WLB-403). 8” x 10” color photo of the CGC Spar. The Spar, commissioned in 1944, was homeported in Boston and assigned to the First Naval District during World War II. In 1946, she transferred to Woods Hole until 1951.  From 1951 until 1976 she was stationed at Bristol, RI.  After undergoing a "major renovation at the Coast Guard Yard in 1976, she was stationed at South Portland, ME.  She carried out ATON, SAR and icebreaking duties throughout her long career as well as sailing in a historic voyage in which Spar, along with Storis and Bramble, circumnavigated the North American continent via the Panama Canal and the Northwest Passage in 1957.  She was decommissioned in 1997. Photo is clear and crisp. (VG+). $8.

1553. (lot 2 photos) "New" United States Coast Guard Seal c.1957. Lot 2 photos with original press release announcing the design of a seal for the United States Coast Guard. Approved by President Dwight D. Eisenhower May 6, 1957, the seal was to be used for display and identification purposes, and on the Coast Guard ensign. The previous seal on the ensign was instituted in 1927. Photos are clear and crisp in b/w for reproduction and use in publications. 8” x 10”. Includes original 1 page press release. (F-). $22.

1554. (lot 5 photos) United States Coast Guard Bark Eagle c.1970’s. Lot 5 photos with original press release relating to the Coast Guard Training Bark Eagle underway. Includes a b/w image of the Eagle before the new red slash was painted on the bow. 8” x 10”. Photos are clear and crisp in color and  b/w. Includes original 1 sheet press release. (VG+). $25.

1555a. (lot 8 photos) United States Coast Guard Aircraft c.1970’s – 1980’s. Lot 8 Coast Guard color photos show a number of types of Coast Guard fixed wing and rotar wing aircraft. Aircraft include C-130 Hercules, Sikorsky HH-52A Seaguard, UU25 Guardian, etc. 8” x 10”. Photos are clear and crisp in color. (VG+). $16.

1555b. (lot 7 photos) United States Coast Guard Aircraft c.1970’s – 1980’s. Lot 7 Coast Guard color photos show a number of types of Coast Guard fixed wing and rotor wing aircraft. Aircraft include C-130 Hercules, Sikorsky HH-52A Seaguard, UU25 Guardian, etc. 8” x 10”. Photos are clear and crisp in color. (VG+). $14.

1542. (photo) U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Golden Gate c.1945. Clear, close original 7” x 9” press photo shows great detail of the cutter Golden Gate as she is given an “honorable discharge after 50 years of service. She was built in 1896 and was a veteran of three wars as well as the San Francisco fire and earthquake of 1906. She was officially decommissioned at Government Island, Alameda, California. Photo is b/w and includes date and description on back. Clear and close view. Dated November 19, 1945. (VG+). $36.

1539b. (photo) U. S. Coast Guard Capsize Drill c.1940. Fine clear image features the 7-member Coast Guard crew performing a capsize drill in the station lifeboat. Clear, very close b/w photo provides unprecedented detail of the crew and boat as they stand on the keel and pull the boat on back upright. Photo is b/w and includes date on back. Clear and close view. Dated March 26, 1940. (VG+). $38.

13333. (lot photos, negatives) U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Tahoma (II) WPG/WAGE-80 c.1935. Lot of 7 negatives and 5 photos of the CGC Tahoma in 1935. Views include the ship at the pier and underway. The Tahoma was built in Bay City, Michigan and commissioned in 1934. She served until 1955 when she was sold. These photos were taken not long after she was launched. Photos/negs measure about 2 ¾” x 4 ¾”. Three prints are period from the negatives, two photos are recent prints. (VG). $58.

14211. (photo) Officers, U.S. Coast Guard c.1930’s. Nice close photo shows seven officers posing on stern of ship. Measures 3 ¼” x 5 ½”. (VG+). $12.

14321. (glass plate negative) U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Mojave (WPG-47) c.1929. Great view of the bridge as a seaman appears to be signaling with semaphore flags. USCGC Mojave was a 240-foot Tampa-class Coast Guard Cutter in commission from 1921 until 1947. This ship was one of four sisters: the TAMPA, MODOC, HAIDA, and MOJAVE.  Built- in 1921 at Oakland, CA, these ships were named for Indian tribes.  Displacement was about 1800 tons, 240 foot length with a 39 foot beam. Powered by a 200 KVA electric motor turbo generator which was driven by two Babcock and Wilcox boilers. A single screw could push her along about 15 knots. Photo is quite close and unusually clear and provides great detail. Measures 4” x 5”. Will make fine print. (VG+). $68.

13286b. (photo) Inland Coast Guard Breeches Buoy Rescue, Lowell, Mass. c.1937. 7” x 9”. Clear b/w press photographs shows a rare view of an inland breeches buoy rescue from the Merrimack River in Lowell, Mass. For nearly nine hours local fire and police rescue units attempted to get a line to Edward Giblin, stranded on a jagged rock in the middle of the Merrimack River after having been swept over the Pawtucket Falls while taking a shortcut home over the ice. After nine house with no success, the Newburyport  Coast Guardsmen were rushed to the scene with their breeches buoy apparatus. Coast Guardsmen were able to reach the rock and bring Mr. Giblin ashore in the breeches buoy. His condition was poor and little hope was held out for his recovery. Clear, original print, includes date and description on back. Dated May 21, 1937. (VG+). $54.

14253. (photo) Coast Guard 30-Foot Duck (DUKW) Coming Ashore. Clear close official Coast Guard photo shows great detail of the vehicle and some of its equipment in this great view. Measures 8” x 10”. Includes description on back. Not dated. (VG+). $48.

14190. (photo) Coast Guardsmen Practice with the Breeches Buoy c.1942. Clear close press photo shows Coast Guardsmen at the Merchant Marine School undergoing preliminary training with the breeches buoy. Great detail of the breeches buoy. Measures 7” x 9”. Includes date and description on back. Dated January 28, 1942. (VG+). $78.

11484b. (photo) U.S. Coast Guard  52' MLB Invincible, CG-52300 c.1935. The first of its class of 52-foot motor lifeboats, boat No. 4000, later named Invincible, was completed in Fiscal Year 1936. The 52-foot motor lifeboat originally designated as "Type F" class was a developmental design. There were only two built, the Invincible and her sister, the Triumph, CG-52301. These craft were given an improved cruising radius over the standard 36-foot class of motor lifeboats, a more powerful engine, and accommodations for crew and for rescued survivors. The 52-footer was not self-bailing or self-righting, but her initial stability was very high. The superstructure, including the wheelhouse, engine-room trunk, companionway, and the survivor compartments were constructed of bronze. The hull was divided into six watertight compartments, any two of which could be flooded and the boat would remain afloat. The watertight bulkheads were made of bronze and both were all welded construction. They were designed by the Coast Guard and both were built at the Coast Guard Yard. Sixty persons could be carried below in their watertight compartments and and additional 100 could be carried on deck, weather permitting. They were not intended to replace the standard 36-foot class of motor lifeboats, but rather were designed to meet the need for a larger, more powerful lifeboat for use at locations with extreme sea conditions. During their time in service, they were the only Coast Guard craft under 100-feet in length that received names.  The Invincible was initially stationed at Sandy Hook, New Jersey, but transferred to Grays Harbor Lifeboat Station in 1941. She was transferred to Coos Bay Lifeboat Station sometime later. 7” x 9”. Dated April 19, 1935. Includes description and credit line on back. Rare view. (VG+). $46.

  

14280, 14301a,b. (lot 3 photos) Coast Guard Drilling, 136th Anniversary of the Establishment of the Coast Guard, Sesqui-Centennial Exposition, Philadelphia, Pa.  c.1926. Lot three press photos each 7” x 9” show Coast Guardsmen drilling with breeches buoy apparatus and assembled crowd. Clear, close with great detail. Photos are b/w and include date and description on back. Dated August 5, 1926. Clear, close views, great detail. (VG+). Lot 3 photos. $112. 

14284. (photo) U.S. Coast Guard Beach-Going Willys-Overland Jeep c.1944. Clear, close, original6 ½” x 8 ½” press photo shows excellent detail of a new Coast Guard beach-going Willys Jeep designed for patrolling the sandy coastline. This new offspring of the versatile Jeep scout car features a lower gear ratio, special “duck’s feet” tires, a speed of 50 mph and a redesigned body to carry 8 men. Shown here at the Fire Island Coast Guard Station, driven by Lt. J.W. Hoan. Photo is b/w and includes date and description on back. Dated June 9, 1944. Clear, close view, great detail. (VG). $58.

14138. (glass plate negative) U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Mojave (WPG-47) in Drydock, Charleston Navy Yard c.1930’s. USCGC Mojave was a 240-foot Tampa-class Coast Guard Cutter in commission from 1921 until 1947. This ship was one of four sisters: the TAMPA, MODOC, HAIDA, and MOJAVE.  Built- in 1921 at Oakland, CA, these ships were named for Indian tribes.  Displacement was about 1800 tons, 240 foot length with a 39 foot beam. Powered by a 200 KVA electric motor turbo generator which was driven by two Babcock and Wilcox boilers. A single screw could push her along about 15 knots. Photo is quite close and unusually clear and provides great detail. Measures 4” x 5”. Will make fine print. (VG+). $68.

 

1440. (photo) U.S. Coast Guard 75-foot Patrol Boat, Baltimore Harbor c.1941. Clear, close, original 8” x 10” press photos shows excellent detail of the wheelhouse of a 75ft. “six-bitter” type patrol boat in Baltimore Harbor. These boats were built in the mid-1920s, of which there were still a number in operation by WWII. Good detail includes binnacle, early deck gun and more. Photo is b/w and includes date and description on back. Dated March 3, 1941. Clear, close view, great detail. (VG+). $38.

13418. (photo) Coast Guardsman On Duty in North Pacific c.1945. Clear, close, original 8” x 10” press photo shows excellent detail of Coast Guardsman Arthur Chester of Baltimore, Maryland as he shoulders his sea bag aboard a Coast Guard-manned vessel in the North Pacific. Nice original view of his uniform, coat and sea bag. Photo is b/w and includes date and description on back. Dated February 25, 1945. Clear, close view, great detail. (VG+). $44.

13419. (photo) Coast Guard Prototype Gas-Turbine Surfboat c.1963. Clear, close, original 8” x 10” press photo shows excellent detail of Coast Guardsman posing aboard a new gas-turbine powered surfboat at the Coast Guard Yard at Baltimre. The 26-foot fiberglass rescue boat was to be displayed for the first time in Washington that year. Photo is b/w and includes date and description on back. Dated February 13, 1963. Clear, close view, great detail. A few crop marks. (VG+). $34.

13262. (photo) Pair Lyle Bronze “C” Line Guns, Coast Guard Station Curtis Bay, Maryland c.1937. 8” x 11”. Clear b/w press photographs shows a pair Lyle Bronze “C” Line Guns flanking the building entrance Coast Guard Station Curtis Bay, Maryland. Nice view, interesting, one wonders where these pieces are now… Clear, original print, some cropping marks. Includes date and description on back. Dated July 19, 1937. (VG). $38.

13286. (photo) Inland Coast Guard Breeches Buoy Rescue, Lowell, Mass. c.1938. 7” x 9”. Clear b/w press photographs shows a rare view of an inland breeches buoy rescue from the Merrimack River in Lowell, Mass. For nearly nine hours local fire and police rescue units attempted to get a line to Edward Giblin, stranded on a jagged rock in the middle of the Merrimack River after having been swept over the Pawtucket Falls while taking a shortcut home over the ice. After nine house with no success, the Newburyport  Coast Guardsmen were rushed to the scene with their breeches buoy apparatus. Coast Guardsmen were able to reach the rock and bring Mr. Giblin ashore in the breeches buoy. His condition was poor and little hope was held out for his recovery. Clear, original print, includes date and description on back. Dated February 3, 1938. (VG+). $48.

  (completed boat, not included)

13266. (photo) Construction of 30-36 foot Picket Boats, Curtis Bay Coast Guard Station, Maryland c.1924. 8” x 10”. Clear b/w press photographs shows a rare view of workers at the Curtis Bay Coast Guard Yard constructing plank-on-frame 30-36 foot picket boats. For over a century, the United States Coast Guard Yard has built, repaired and renovated ships in Baltimore, Maryland for the U. S. Coast Guard. It is the Service's sole shipbuilding and a major repair facility. Wonderful detail showing three boats in various stages of completion. Clear, original print, includes date and description on back. Dated September 25, 1924. (VG+). $58.

13281. (lot 20 photos) U.S. Coast Guard Buoy Tender Clover WAGL-292 c.1950’s. Rare lot from a crewman on the CGC Clover in the Gulf of Alaska in the mid 1950’s. Photos measure about 3 ½” x 5” and include views working buoys , views on the ship, shooting seal, salvaging from sunken vessel, and more. Many photos have descriptions on back and include dates of 1953-1954. The Clover was a Cactus Class Buoy Tender built in 1941. She was built as a WAGL, re-designated a WLB in 1965, and again re-designated a WMEC in 1979. She served mostly in Alaskan waters and on the West Coast. Good lot 20 photos. (VG) $74. 

 

12377. (photo) U.S. Coast Guard Station c.1930-40’s view. Reprint photo on postcard paper shows good detail of the Duluth-Type station. Unknown location but note the windows above the boat-room doors. Photo measures 3 ½” x 5” on postcard paper. Clean, clear. (VG+). $4.

13367. (photo) U.S. Coast Guard Small Boat Auction, Curtis Bay Yard c.1933. Clear, close original 8” x 10” press photo shows great detail of a number of different Coast Guard small boats as they are auctioned off by the Government at U.S. Coast Guard Depot, Curtis Bay, Maryland. Included in the view are three carvel hull version Monomoy pulling surfboats (one of them numbered 3316), plus one Beebe-McLellan or Type H pulling surfboat that is lettered for Station Hereford Inlet (Probably it was their Beebe-McLellan type No. 494, which would have been by 1933 ready for decommissioning). Also to the left is a station dory. Includes surfboats, peapods and more. Photo is b/w and includes credit line and description on back. Dated August 21, 1933. Clear and close view, some crop marks. (VG). $46.

(Thanks to small boat historian Commander Timothy R. Dring, USNR (Retired) for his help in identifying the boats in the above photo.)

13364. (photo) W.W. Reynolds Radio Expert U.S. Coast Guard Setting up Browning Drake Receiver for Isolated Station c.1926. Clear, close original 8” x 10” press photo shows great detail of Mr Reynolds, radio expert for the Coast Guard, as he sets up a Browning Drake receiving radio set that will be one of 200 for use at isolated Coast Guard stations around the country. Photo is b/w and includes credit line and description on back. Dated February 25, 1926. Clear and close view. (VG+). $36.

 

11484. (photo) U.S. Coast Guard  52' MLB Invincible, CG-52300 c.1935. The first of its class of 52-foot motor lifeboats, boat No. 4000, later named Invincible, was completed in Fiscal Year 1936. The 52-foot motor lifeboat originally designated as "Type F" class was a developmental design. There were only two built, the Invincible and her sister, the Triumph, CG-52301. These craft were given an improved cruising radius over the standard 36-foot class of motor lifeboats, a more powerful engine, and accommodations for crew and for rescued survivors. The 52-footer was not self-bailing or self-righting, but her initial stability was very high. The superstructure, including the wheelhouse, engine-room trunk, companionway, and the survivor compartments were constructed of bronze. The hull was divided into six watertight compartments, any two of which could be flooded and the boat would remain afloat. The watertight bulkheads were made of bronze and both were all welded construction. They were designed by the Coast Guard and both were built at the Coast Guard Yard. Sixty persons could be carried below in their watertight compartments and and additional 100 could be carried on deck, weather permitting. They were not intended to replace the standard 36-foot class of motor lifeboats, but rather were designed to meet the need for a larger, more powerful lifeboat for use at locations with extreme sea conditions. During their time in service, they were the only Coast Guard craft under 100-feet in length that received names.  The Invincible was initially stationed at Sandy Hook, New Jersey, but transferred to Grays Harbor Lifeboat Station in 1941. She was transferred to Coos Bay Lifeboat Station sometime later. 7” x 9”. Dated April 19, 1935. Includes description and credit line on back. Rare view. (VG). $46.

13180. (photo) U.S. Coast Guard Testing the New CG-441  72-foot Patrol Boat c.1937. Rare official Coast Guard photo shows Chief Boatswain’s Mate John Williams at the helm of the new CG-441, a new type of patrol boat just put into service in Washington, DC. Powered by four rebuilt Liberty airplane engines totaling more than 1,800 horsepower, paired in tandem to drive twin screws, this boat made 35 MPH in a test on the Patomac River on the day this photo was taken. Boat was intended for patrol and rescue work. Photo provides great detail of the helm including the hand-crank siren for rum-runner persuit. Measures 7” x 9”. Dated May 21, 1937. Included credit line and description on back. Superb rare cockpit view. (VG+). $48.

 

1070. (copy photo) RACE POINT COAST GUARD CREW, Provincetown, Massachusetts c.1940’s. 8 ½” x 11”. Superb, crystal clear image from original photo, shows the Race point Coast Guard crew in winter blues, moving the surfboat on its carriage. Behind can be seen the station drill pole. Amazingly clear, digital print, perfect for framing. Shipped flat. $27.95.

1313. (photo) U.S. Coast Guard SPAR Genevieve Fraleigh c.1943. Great professional photo of C.G. SPAR Genevieve Fraleigh on the stern of a Coast Guard cutter shows great detail of the SPAR uniform in use during the War. Excellent detail, clear and close image. 8” x 10” Dated May 17, 1943. (VG+). $58.

 

 

12403. (photo) U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Chelan CG-45 c.1928. Clear, close b/w photo provides detailed view of this first of five electrically driven, 250-foot “Lake Class” cutters launched in the1920’s. Captain Q.B. Newman, USCG, designed its innovative turbine-electric-drive power plant, which developed an amazing 3,350 shp. These were the first to have alternating current, and a synchronous motor for propulsion. The Chelan was first stationed in Seattle and then transferred to Boston in 1937. She was assigned to International Ice Patrol in 1940, and during World War II lent to the Royal Navy. She was returned in 1946 and sold the following year. Rare view of this important vessel, measures 5 ½” x 6 ½”. Dated December 12, 1928. Includes description on back. (VG). $24.

12200. [glass projection slide] Coast Guards in Surfboat, Scituate, Mass. c.1920 by De Vry Circulations, Beautiful full color glass projection slide featuring the early Coast Guard crew drilling in their surfboat, with the station drill pole in the background. Close look reveals “Station No. 28” on stern, which was Fourth Cliff Station, Scituate (Humarock). Slide measures 3 ¼” x 4” and presents a superb, clear image. Original hand coloring, beautifully done, quite detailed. (F-). $48.

1296. (photo) Coast Guard 36-Foot T-series MLB Relieving Keepers at Chicago Harbor Lighthouse c.1949. 11” x 14”. Large b/w photo shows good detail looking down from the light tower as Coast Guardsman BM Glen Mc George breaks ice and maneuvers Type TRS Motor Lifeboat CG-36457 out of station Old Chicago to the tower to relieve the keepers on duty. Note the boat’s radio call sign “NSEO” on the deck. The existing light was built at the mouth of the Chicago River in 1893, which was the site of the previous lights. It was moved to its present location on the north breakwater in 1919. The station consists of a 48-foot high, brick-lined round steel tower that is 18-feet in diameter. The lantern is 10-sided built of cast iron, and houses a Third Order Fresnel Lens. Keepers were relieved every three days during this period. Keepers manned the station until 1979 when the light was automated. Great view of this sturdy MLB. Photo is b/w and includes date of February 1, 1939 and credit line or description on back. (VG). $48.

12203. (photo) Coast Guard Cutter Blackthorn (WLB-391) c.1990.

ALCGPSC 010/18 - AY 2018 ADPL COMMANDER ASSIGNMENT PANEL RESULTS

U.S. Coast Guard sent this bulletin at 01/19/2018 01:29 PM EST
R 19 JAN 18 ALCGPSC 010/18 SUBJ: AY 2018 ADPL COMMANDER ASSIGNMENT PANEL RESULTS A. OFFICER ACCESSIONS, EVALUATIONS, AND PROMOTIONS, COMDTINST M1000.3A, ART 3-A-13. B. MILITARY SEPARATIONS, COMDTINST M1000.4, ART 1-C-9. C. MILITARY ASSIGNMENTS AND AUTHORIZED ABSENCES, COMDTINST M1000.8A, ART 1-A-4. 1. The 2018 ADPL Commander Assignment Panel convened on 16 January 2018 and approved the following slate for officers ordered into the following billets. FIRST DISTRICT D1 FORCE READINESS BR (DXR) RESERVE MGMT CH CDR MELISSA RANSOM D1 LEGAL STAFF (DL) DEP STAFF JUDGE ADVOCATE CDR GREG VERSAW D1 OPERATIONAL PLNG BR (DXO) OPS PLNG BR CH CDR JOHN ELY SEC BOSTON DEPUTY SECTOR COMMANDER CDR TAYLOR LAM SEC BOSTON RESPONSE DEPT HEAD CDR MARC SENNICK SEC LIS DEPUTY SECTOR COMMANDER CDR KEITH DONOHUE SEC LIS LOGISTICS DEPT HEAD CDR BRANDY PARKER SEC LIS RESPONSE DEPT HEAD CDR VALERIE BOYD SEC N NEW ENG PREVENTION DEPT HEAD CDR(S) JASON BOYER FR SEC NEW YORK SCC CHIEF CDR(S) RICHARD SANSONE FR SEC NEW YORK LOGISTICS DEPT HEAD CDR(S) JAMES CORBETT FR SEC SE NEW ENG DEPUTY SECTOR COMMANDER CDR BRIAN MCSORLEY SEC SE NEW ENG LOGISTICS DEPT HEAD CDR JANINE DONOVAN EXT SEC SE NEW ENG RESPONSE DEPT HEAD CDR(S) MATTHEW BAKER FLT/EXT/FR FIFTH DISTRICT CG AIRSTA ATLANTIC CITY EXECUTIVE OFFICER CDR CHARLES WEBB FLT/EXT CG AIRSTA ATLANTIC CITY AERO ENG OFFICER CDR(S) BENJAMIN NORRIS FR CG AIRSTA ATLANTIC CITY OPERATIONS OFFICER CDR JOHN EGAN CG AIRSTA ELIZ CITY EXECUTIVE OFFICER CDR MATTHEW FURLONG CG AIRSTA ELIZ CITY OPERATIONS OFFICER CDR JAMES PERSHING D5 ENFORCEMENT BR (DRE) BR CHIEF CDR JOSE DIAZ D5 INSP & INVEST BR (DPI) BR CHIEF CDR JENNIFER STOCKWELL SEC DEL BAY LOGISTICS DEPT HEAD CDR PAUL FAWCETT SEC DEL BAY RESPONSE DEPT HEAD CDR KRISTI BERNSTEIN SEC MARYLAND-NCR DEPUTY SECTOR COMMANDER CDR MATHEW FINE SEC MARYLAND-NCR PREVENTION DEPT HEAD CDR EVELYNN SAMMS SEC N CAROLINA DEPUTY SECTOR COMMANDER CDR MATTHEW MOORLAG FLT/EXT SEC N CAROLINA RESPONSE DEPT HEAD CDR TRACY WIRTH SEC N CAROLINA LOGS DEPT HEAD/SFO SUPV CDR GEORGE FULENWIDER SEVENTH DISTRICT AIRSTA CLEARWATER EXECUTIVE OFFICER CDR MAURICE MURPHY AIRSTA CLEARWATER AERO ENG OFFICER CDR TROY GLENDYE AIRSTA CLEARWATER OPERATIONS OFFICER CDR WILLIAM BLAIR AIRSTA MIAMI OPERATIONS OFFICER CDR STACIA PARROTT AIRSTA SAVANNAH COMMANDING OFFICER CDR BRIAN ERICKSON D7 AUXILIARY BR (DPA) CHIEF CDR HARRY MAUTTE D7 ENFORCEMENT BR (DRE) ASST BR CHIEF CDR LUIS RODRIGUEZ FLT D7 ENFORCEMENT BR (DRE) ENFORCEMENT BRANCH CDR(S) MICHAEL VEGA FR D7 RESOURCE MGMT STAFF (DM) CDR THOMAS GILL SEC CHARLESTON RESPONSE DEPT HEAD CDR MATTHEW BAER SEC MIAMI LOGISTICS DEPT HEAD CDR RICHARD VINCENT SEC MIAMI PREVENTION DEPT HEAD CDR BRADLEY CLARE EXT SEC ST PETE DEPUTY SECTOR COMMANDER CDR WILLIAM WALSH FLT SEC ST PETE LOGISTICS DEPT HEAD CDR NEIL ORLICH SEC ST PETE PREVENTION DEPT HEAD CDR(S) ANTHONY MIGLIORINI FR SEC ST PETE RESPONSE DEPT HEAD CDR(S) COMMANDER MOORE FR EIGHTH DISTRICT AIRSTA HOUSTON EXECUTIVE OFFICER CDR ROBERT TUCKER AIRSTA NEW ORLEANS COMMANDING OFFICER CDR HARPER PHILLIPS AIRSTA NEW ORLEANS EXECUTIVE OFFICER CDR PATRICK DILL D8 FORCE READINESS BR (DXR) RESERVE MGMT CH LCDR PETER WEBBER D8 INSP & INVEST BR (DPI) BR CHIEF LCDR BEN RUSSELL FLT D8 LEGAL STAFF (DL) DEP STAFF JUDGE ADV CDR(S) DAMIAN YEMMA FR MSU HUNTINGTON COMMANDING OFFICER CDR PAUL MANGINI FR MSU PADUCAH COMMANDING OFFICER CDR(S) LUIS CARMONA FR MSU PITTSBURGH COMMANDING OFFICER CDR AARON DEMO MSU PORT ARTHUR EXECUTIVE OFFICER CDR KEITH PIERRE MSU PORT ARTHUR PREVENTION DEPT HEAD CDR(S) JENNIFER ANDREWS FR MSU TEXAS CITY COMMANDING OFFICER CDR ERIC CARRERO OUTER CONT SHELF (OCS) DIV LCDR MICHAEL DOUGHERTY SEC CORPUS CHR RESPONSE DEPT HEAD CDR CHARLES HAWKINS SEC HOU/GAL INSPECTIONS DIV CHIEF LCDR MUHAMMAD ALI COCHRAN EXT SEC HOU/GAL PREVENTION DEPT HEAD CDR NICOLE RODRIGUEZ SEC HOU/GAL RESPONSE DEPT HEAD CDR JORDAN BALDUEZA SEC LOWER MISS DEPUTY SECTOR COMMANDER CDR(S) REBECCA WALTHOUR FR SEC MOBILE PREVENTION DEPT HEAD CDR JASON FRANZ SEC NOLA PREVENTION DEPT HEAD CDR TRACY PHILLIPS SEC UPPER MISS DEPUTY SECTOR COMMANDER CDR RICHARD SCOTT SFO GALVESTON COMMANDING OFFICER CDR ERIC CAIN NINTH DISTRICT CG AIRSTA DETROIT COMMANDING OFFICER CDR JARED KING D9 ENFORCEMENT BR (DRE) - CHIEF CDR KAREN JONES D9 FORCE READINESS BR (DXR) RES MGMT CH CDR SCOTT TOVES D9 LEGAL STAFF (DL) STAFF JUDGE ADVOCATE CDR(S) BRENDAN GAVIN FR D9 RESOURCE MGMT STAFF (DM) - CHIEF CDR JUSTIN COVERT 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CDR(S) HSINGYEN FU FLT/FR D13 WATERWAYS MGMT BR (DPW) CHIEF CDR(S) BRENDAN HARRIS FR SEC COL RIVER LOGISTICS DEPT HEAD/AIRSTA XO CDR TODD TROUP SEC NORTH BEND RESPONSE DEPT HEAD CDR WINSTON WOOD FOURTEENTH DISTRICT AIRSTA BARBERS PT AERO ENG OFFICER CDR BENJAMIN SCHLUCKEBIER D14 LEGAL STAFF (DL) STAFF JUDGE ADVOCATE CDR ROBIN ELLERBE SEC GUAM DEPUTY SECTOR COMMANDER CDR(S) JOSHUA EMPEN FLT/EXT/FR SEC HONO DEPUTY SECTOR COMMANDER CDR ULYSSES MULLINS EXT SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT AIRSTA SITKA COMMANDING OFFICER CDR MICHAEL FRAWLEY AIRSTA SITKA OPERATIONS OFFICER CDR WILLIAM WALKER FLT D17 RESOURCE MGMT STAFF (DM)- CHIEF CDR RUBEN BOUDREAUX SEC ANCHORAGE DEPUTY SECTOR COMMANDER CDR MARK KUPERMAN SEC ANCHORAGE RESPONSE DEPT HEAD CDR PAUL FRANTZ SEC JUNEAU DEPUTY SECTOR COMMANDER CDR MICHAEL KAHLE FLT/EXT SEC JUNEAU RESPONSE DEPT HEAD CDR BYRON HAYES LANTAREA ATLANTIC STRIKE TEAM COMMANDING OFFICER CDR RAYMOND NEGRON CG HITRON JACKSONVILLE EXECUTIVE OFFICER CDR DANIEL BROADHURST CGC BEAR COMMANDING OFFICER CDR DONALD TERKANIAN CGC CONFIDENCE COMMANDING OFFICER CDR(S) TRAVIS EMGE FR CGC DECISIVE COMMANDING OFFICER CDR JOSE MARTIS CGC FORWARD COMMANDING OFFICER CDR MICHAEL SHARP CGC LEGARE COMMANDING OFFICER CDR BLAKE STOCKWELL CGC NORTHLAND COMMANDING OFFICER CDR CHARLES BANKS CGC RELIANCE COMMANDING OFFICER CDR CHRISTOPHER PASCIUTO CGC RESOLUTE COMMANDING OFFICER CDR ROY BRUBAKER CGC SENECA COMMANDING OFFICER CDR JOHN CHRISTENSEN CGC TAHOMA COMMANDING OFFICER CDR MICHAEL SARNOWSKI CGC THETIS COMMANDING OFFICER CDR RANDALL CHONG CGC VALIANT COMMANDING OFFICER CDR MATTHEW WALDRON DDE-LANT-5 JTF-E EXECUTIVE ASSIST CDR(S) EMILE COCHET FR DDE LANT-5 JTF-E J-2 DEPUTY INTEL CH CDR DAMON EDWARDS EXT DDE LANT-5 JTF-E J-5 INTL OPS BR DIR CDR(S) DOREEN MCCARTHY FR DDE LANT-53 AFRICOM MLE/MSRO PLNR CDR JOSEPH PARKER DDE LANT-53 AFRICOM BRCH ACJ513 MAR PGMS CDR JORGE PORTO DDE LANT-53 CGLO NAVAF-NAVEUR-C6F CDR CHRISTOPHER DAVIS DDE LANT-53 NORTHCOM DEPL TM CHF NCJ36 CDR SHANA 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PL MGR CDR JOSEPH COMAR EXT ATC MOB COMMAND STAFF EXECUTIVE OFFICER CDR IAN BASTEK FLT ATC MOB TRAINING DEPT ASST TRNG DEPT HEAD (FW) CDR(S) JONATHAN SULLIVAN FR ATC MOBILE AVIATION ENG DEPT HEAD CDR(S) JEFFREY BOGDANOVICH FR ATC MOBILE AVIATION OPS OFFICER CDR SCOTT LUGO FLT/EXT BASE ALAM C4IT DEPT C4IT DEPT HEAD CDR MAX JENNY BASE ALAM PERS SUPT DEPT HEAD CDR JEFF HENDERSON BASE BOS PERS SUPT DEPT HEAD CDR SEAN HANNIGAN BASE CAPE COD EXECUTIVE OFFICER CDR DEREK SMITH BASE CAPE COD FAC ENG DEPT HEAD CDR MICHAEL COST BASE CHARLESTON BASE COMMANDING OFFICER CDR MATT BOURNONVILLE BASE CLEVELAND EXECUTIVE OFFICER CDR PAUL VOGEL EXT BASE ELIZABETH CITY FAC ENG DEPT HEAD TBD BASE HONOLULU EXECUTIVE OFFICER CDR JASON DOLBECK BASE HONOLULU HSWL DEPT (H) MEDICAL OFF CDR DONALD KUHL BASE KODIAK C4IT DEPT HEAD CDR DOUGLAS NORSTROM EXT BASE KODIAK FACILITIES ENG DEPT HEAD CDR(S) JESSICA JOHNSON FR BASE KODIAK HSWL DEPT HEAD (D17RM) CDR TODD EMERSON EXT-2YR BASE KODIAK PERS SUPT DEPT HEAD CDR PAUL SALERNO BASE LOS ANGELES LONG BEACH COMMANDING OFFICER CDR WILLIAM WINBURN BASE MIAMI BEACH EXECUTIVE OFFICER CDR ROGER OMENHISER BASE MIAMI BEACH NAVAL ENG DEPT HEAD CDR(S) CHRISTOPHER LAVIN FR BASE PORTSMOUTH C4IT DEPT HEAD CDR DANIEL EVERETTE BASE SEATTLE EXECUTIVE OFFICER CDR JOHN DEWEY BASE SEATTLE NAVAL ENG DEPT HEAD CDR EBEN PHILLIPS EXT C4IT-C3CEN-CTD-COMMS SYS BR CHIEF CDR CHAD COOPER C4IT-C3CEN-PLD-CAMS-BRANCH CHIEF CDR(S) DENNIS GOOD FR C4IT-C3CEN-PLD-RMS C3CEN REMOTE MS BR CHIEF CDR(S) CHRISTOPHER WOLFER FR C4IT-TISCOM-PLD-NET-PL MANAGER CDR ROBERT SALEMBIER EXT CEU CLEVELAND- CO/PRODUCT LINE MGR CDR JEREMY HALL CEU MIAMI- CO/PRODUCT LINE MGR CDR MICHAEL KICKLIGHTER FLT/EXT CEU MIAMI ASSET LINE MGMT BR XO/DEP PL MGR CDR JOHN-DAVID LENTINE CEU PROVIDENCE- CO/PRODUCT LINE MGR CDR JOSHUA FANT CG C27J ASSET PROJECT OFFICE EXECUTIVE OFFICER CDR ERIC DREY CG LSSU COMMANDING OFFICER CDR KEITH DOXEY FLT/EXT CG R&D CEN-CH-MODELING & SIM-MEO CDR(S) MEGHAN STEINHAUS FR/2YR CGA CADET BRANCH ASST COMDT OF CADETS CDR EDWARD HERNAEZ CGA CADET TRNG BRANCH CADET TRAINING OFFICER CDR KEVIN BOYD CGA ELECTRICAL ENG INSTRUCTOR CDR(S) LEE HARTSHORN FLT/FR CGA FAC ENG BRANCH CHIEF CDR STEVEN ACOSTA CGA HUMANITIES DEPT INSTRUCTOR-LAW CDR(S) ROBERT STILES FR CGRC COMMAND STAFF EXECUTIVE OFFICER CDR FRANCIS DELROSSO CGRC OPERATIONS DIVISION CHIEF CDR(S) CHRISTY CASEY FR COMMANDANT (CG-1131) SFTY PROGRAM MGMT DIV CH CDR(S) JEREMY DENNING FR COMMANDANT (CG-1131) AFLOAT SAFETY MGR LCDR JONATHAN RICE 2YR COMMANDANT (CG-12A) WORKFORCE FORECAST/ANALYSIS CDR MORGAN HOLDEN COMMANDANT (CG-12B) DIVERSITY PRG/GENDER POLICY CDR PATRICA TUTALO EXT COMMANDANT (CG-12B) MSI LIAISON OFFICER CDR STACY MILLER COMMANDANT (CG-1331) POLICY & STANDARDS DIV CH CDR MATTHEW ROONEY 3YR COMMANDANT (CG-1B3) PERF SUPT/TRNG ACQ-TEAM LD LCDR REBECCA FOSHA COMMANDANT (CG-1B3) RQMTS/SYSTEM SAFETY TEAM LD CDR ANTHONY CELLA EXT COMMANDANT (CG-41) AERO ENG USFS LIAISION OFF LCDR JASON BUSTAMENTE COMMANDANT (CG-411) AERO ENG SYS DIV CHIEF CDR JOHN LEACH 3YR COMMANDANT (CG-452) NAVAL ENG PROJS DIV MGMT CH CDR(S) ANDRES CAMARGO FR/3YR COMMANDANT (CG-459) SHIP DESIGN TM- SURFACE LD LCDR COREY KERNS 3YR COMMANDANT (CG-682) ENTER ARCH AND GOV CDR DIANE PERRY COMMANDANT (CG-926) INNOVATION MANAGER CDR MICHAEL ONEIL COMMANDANT (CG-93) EXECUTIVE ASSIST CDR BARTON PHILPOTT COMMANDANT (CG-9313) DEPUTY PM LCDR JEFFREY SULLENS FLT COMMANDANT (CG-9326) ASST PROGRAM MGR POLAR LCDR KEVIN KAMMETER COMMANDANT (CG-9327) DEPUTY PM WLR/WLIC CDR MATTHEW FUNDERBURK COMMANDANT (CG-9336) ASST PROGRAM MGR FMSII CDR DONIS WATERS COMMANDANT (CG-DCMS-81) MIL WORKFORCE TEAM LD CDR(S) WHITNEY HOUCK FR COMMANDANT (CG-DCMS-831) DIVISION CHIEF CDR MATTHEW MANOFSKY COMMANDANT (CG-DCMS-832) DIVISION CHIEF CDR(S) CHRIS BLOMSHIELD FLT/FR DD-ALC DD CG LIMS ASSIST PRGM MGR TBD DDE DOD LIAISON SAPRO CDR LAURA MOOSE DDE NAVY WARFARE DEV CMD DDE-CGLO CDR(S) BRETT WORKMAN FR DDE-ASN RDA PENTAGON WASH DC-CGLO ASN RDA CDR SHAMEEN ANTHONIO-WILLIAMS DDE-CSEDS MOORESTOWN C4ISR PRGM SUPT CDR ANDRE MURPHY DDE-DNDO WASHINGTON DC ACQUISITION PRGM MGR CDR MICHAEL DIPACE DD-SFLC NORFOLK DD NORFOLK- MEC PL MGR CDR DANIEL KEANE DD-SFLC OAKLAND LRE PROJECT BR CHIEF CDR DAVID MELTON DETACHED DUTY - DOL DD-BPR FIELD SUPPORT CDR EVANGELINE GORMLEY DETACHED DUTY - DOL DD - BPR FIELD SUPPORT LCDR PAUL SIMPSON FACILITIES DESIGN & CONST CTR EXECUTIVE OFFICER CDR PETER BOSMA FORCECOM (PI) INTEGRATION BRANCH CHIEF LCDR RACHEL STUTT FORCECOM (TMS) CHIEF MISSION SUPPORT TRNG CDR STEVEN RAMASSINI EXT FORCECOM (TOT) CHIEF OPERATIONS TRNG CDR DAVE TORRES FORCECOM FLT TRNG & RDNESS BR CHIEF CDR KEITH ROPELLA HSWL MED ADMIN DIV MED ADMIN DIV CHIEF CDR LEAH PRESTON LDC COMMAND & OPERATIONS DEPT-PCO/PXO SCHL CH CDR MARC BRANDT LDC PERFORMANCE SUPPORT DEPT DH/TRNG OFCR CDR YAMASHEKA YOUNG-MCLEAR EXT OL-ATO SW SAN DIEGO- SUPV CDR CHARTER TSCHIRGI OPC PRO PANAMA CITY XO/CMD OPS CDR EMILY THARP PLANS-METRICS-BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE TM LEAD CDR ANTHONY HAWES PRO GULF COAST NSC PRGM MGR REP (PMR) CDR(S) JASON DUNN FR PSC BOPS CAPABILITY BR CHF CDR ANNA HOPKINS PSC EPM-1 ADV & SEP BR CHF CDR AJA KIRKSEY PSC OPM-2 OFFICER ASSIGN BR CHF CDR RYAN MATSON FLT PSC OPM-3 EVALS BR CHF CDR CHARLES CULOTTA PSC OPM-4 OFFICER CAREER MGMT CDR KRISTINA LEWIS FLT/EXT PSC PSD SURGE STAFFING SECTION-CHIEF CDR(S) KEEDAH RAY FR SFLC IOD NIE IMPLEMENTATION LEAD LCDR(S) RAYMOND PAMATIAN FR SFLC IN-SVC VSL SUSTAIN SEC ISVS SECTION CHIEF CDR CHRISTOPHER WOLFE SMTC EXECUTIVE OFFICER CDR NATHAN ALLEN SMTC TRAINING DIVISION CHIEF CDR MARCUS GHERARDI TRACEN CAPE MAY TRAINING OFFICER CDR SCOTT RAE TRACEN PET HEALTH SVCS BR IDHS C SCHOOL-MTSA CDR(S) BIEN DECENA FR TRACEN YKTWN BOAT FRCS/CUT OP TRNG BR CHIEF CDR(S) KRISTOFER TSAIRIS FR TRACEN YKTWN COMPTR & PERS SUPT DIV-CHIEF CDR CHESTER PASSIC TRACEN YKTWN ENG/WEPS TRNG BR- CHIEF LCDR HERBERT BOGGS TRACEN YKTWN OPS TRNG BR CHIEF CDR(S) LUANN KEHLENBACH FLT/FR TRACEN YKTWN TRAINING DIV- CHIEF CDR SCOTT CASAD EXT WATERWAYS OPERATIONS -PRODUCT LINE MANAGER CDR DIRK KRAUSE YARD INDUSTRIAL DEPT INDUSTRIAL STAFF-CH CDR DAVID KOWALCZYK YARD MIL SUPRT OPS EXECUTIVE OFFICER CDR TERENCE WILLIAMS DCO ACTIVITIES EUROPE EXECUTIVE OFFICER CDR MICHAEL ODOM ACTIVITIES EUROPE LIAISON OFFICER CHIEF CDR JACOB CASS EXT CG AIRSTA WASHINGTON COMMANDING OFFICER CDR SCOTT PHY CG COUNTERINTELLIGENCE SERVICE DEPUTY DIRECTOR CDR RACHEL LEWIS CG CRYPTOLOGIC GROUP (CGCG) DEPUTY COMMANDER CDR JUSTIN CARTER CG CYBER COMMAND SJA CDR LISA RICE 2YR CG CYBER COMMAND INTEL DEPT CHIEF CDR ANGELINA HIDALGO COMMANDANT (CG-252) DNDO JOINT ANALYSIS CDR DAVID GATES COMMANDANT (CG-255) CH PLANS POLICY & EXER DIV CDR TIMOTHY KERZE COMMANDANT (CG-2-EA) EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT CDR BENJAMIN GOLIGHTLY COMMANDANT (CG-5P-TI) TRAVELING MARINE INSP CDR RODNEY WERT COMMANDANT (CG-5P-TI) TRAVELING MARINE INSP CDR(S) CHRIS BRUNCLIK FR COMMANDANT (CG-5R) EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT CDR BENJAMIN MAULE EXT COMMANDANT (CG-711) AVIATION RQMTS TECH ADVISOR CAPT(S) JOHN WILLIAMS FLT COMMANDANT (CG-7111) AVIATION RESOURCES CHIEF CDR(S) BRIAN CONLEY FLT/FR COMMANDANT (CG-7114) UAS DIV CHIEF CDR ZACHARY GLASS 3YR COMMANDANT (CG-7213) TACTICAL DSF CAPS DIV CH TBD COMMANDANT (CG-7214) NSF & CBRN CAPS DIV CHIEF CDR TEDD HUTLEY COMMANDANT (CG-7411) CAP DEV & INT DIV CH CDR RYAN RHODES COMMANDANT (CG-7413) FAC & SYS CAP DIV CH CDR LOAN O'BRIEN COMMANDANT (CG-7512) OPC PRGM SPONSOR TBD COMMANDANT (CG-7611) COMMS & SNSRS RQMTS DIV CH CDR SAMUEL EDWARDS FLT/EXT-2YR COMMANDANT (CG-7612) C2&OPS INFSYS RQMTS DIV CH CDR JOHN HENRY COMMANDANT (CG-771) RQMTS & ANALYSIS TECH ADV CDR SARA WALLACE COMMANDANT (CG-DCO-812) PERF ANALYSIS DIV CHIEF CDR(S) ANDREA SMITH FR COMMANDANT (CG-DCO-82) DEPUTY OFFICE CHIEF CDR AUSTIN IVES COMMANDANT (CG-DCO-ES) EXEC SUPPORT STAFF CH CDR(S) PATRICK SULLIVAN FR COMMANDANT (CG-DCO-I-1) DDE-CGLO DEPT OF STATE CDR(S) JEREMY OBENCHAIN FR COMMANDANT (CG-DCO-X) MGMT ANALYST CDR KATE HIGGINS-BLOOM COMMANDANT (CG-DCO-X) RESERVE CAPABILITIES CDR SUSANA LEE COMMANDANT (CG-FAC-2) CARGO & FAC DIV-CHIEF CDR CHARLES BRIGHT COMMANDANT (CG-INV-1) PROGRAM ANALYST CDR MARTHA MANNION COMMANDANT (CG-INV-2) COMPLIANCE ANA DIV-CHIEF LCDR BAXTER SMOAK FLT COMMANDANT (CG-MER-1) IND PREP & INC CO DIV CH CDR JAMES WEAVER COMMANDANT (CG-MER-3) INTERAGENCY COORD DIV CH CDR(S) WESTON JAMES FLT/EXT-2YR/FR COMMANDANT (CG-MLE-2) MHS/GLE POL STDS DIV-CHF CDR(S) JOSHUA BURCH FLT/FR COMMANDANT (CG-MLE-4) FISHERIES/PROT SPECIES-CH CDR JAMES BINNIKER COMMANDANT (CG-MSR-3) MFPU DIV CH CDR(S) MATTHEW KOLODICAFR COMMANDANT (CG-ODO-1) JOINT STRAT PLNG DIV CH CDR JUSTIN PETERS COMMANDANT (CG-ODO-1) TEAM LEAD JOINT ACTIONS CDR(S) DAVID MCCOWN FR COMMANDANT (CG-ODO-2) COUNTERTERRORISIM DIV CH CDR KEVIN BARKLAGE DDE - DCO-I PHILIPPINES CDR DAVID NEGRON-ALICEA DDE - DCO-I SAUDI ARABIA M-FSF DAMMAM SUP LCDR SAMUEL BLASE FLT/EXT DDE - DCO-I SAUDI ARABIA M-FSF DEPUTY/CASE MGR LCDR ANDREW YOUNKLE DDE CG-MLE AMEMB PANAMA CGLO CDR KEVIN DUFFY DDE-CBP AIR AND MARINE-DHS CRSO LIAISON CDR TODD FISHER DDE-CG 25 JTF-I SUPV PROGRAM ANALYST CDR CHRISTOPHER SWEENEY EXT DDE-CNO PENTAGON-CGLO OPNAV N96 CDR MATTHEW MOYER DDE-DCO-FIJI-CHF SEC COOP OFFICE FIJI CDR WALTER CHUBRICK DDE-DCO-I LIBERIA MARITIME ADV LIBERIA CDR WILLIAM GEORGE DDE-DEPT OF STATE CGLO CDR DAVID BARTRAM DDE-DHS CIO COP PROGRAM MGR CDR MATTHEW BOURASSA DDE-DHS JRC REVIEWER CDR WILLIAM MEES DDE-EMBASSY BOGOTA COLOMBIA-CGLO LCDR ESTEVAN OLIVERA DDE-NASSAU OPBAT DIRECTOR CDR(S) MICHAEL BENSON FR DDE-NATL INTEL UNIV-CG CHAIR CDR ERIC CASLER DDE-PENTAGON JCS HD (J-5) CDR MICHAEL BATCHELDER DDE-RCMP OTTAWA CANADA-CGLO TO RCMP CDR BRAD KELLY DDE-SEALIFT CMD NORFOLK-CGLO CDR MARK SAWYER DDE-USDAO BOGOTA COLOMBIA-CG ATTACHE CDR MICHAEL MEDICA EXT DDE-USDAO BRIDGETOWN BARBADOS-SDO/DEF ATTACHE CDR STEVEN CHARNON DDE-USDAO CARACAS VENEZUELA-CG ATTACHE CDR KEVIN HILL DDE-USDAO PORT AU PRINCE HAITI-SDO/DEF ATTACHE CDR KENNETH ELLER DDE-USDAO SAN JOSE COSTA RICA-SDO/DEF ATTACHE CDR BRENT BERGAN EXT DDE-USN COTEF NORFOLK VA-OT&E DETACHMENT LEAD CDR(S) MALCOLM BELT FR ICC ANALYSIS DEPT HEAD CDR(S) CHRISTOPHER LUCERO FR INTERDICTION COMMITTEE CCDB CHAIR CDR DEREK CROMWELL MARINE SAFETY CENTER EXECUTIVE OFFICER CDR TANYA GILES MARINE SAFETY CENTER MACHINERY & ELEC DIV CH LCDR JODI MIN FLT MARINE SAFETY CENTER TANK VSL & OFFSHORE DIV-CH LCDR SEAN PETERSON NAVCEN OPERATIONS DIV OPS DIV CHIEF LCDR HAROLD KIFFER NMC MARINER EVAL DIV CH CDR JENNIFER ADAMS USCYBERCOM CGCYBER DET USCYBERCOM J3 CDR MICHAEL CHIEN 2. Officers marked with (FR) will be frocked to the grade selected upon departure from their current duty station or upon execution of orders, if not already promoted. The provisions of Ref A apply. 3. Officers marked with (EXT) will be extended in their current billet for one year unless otherwise noted. Officers marked with (FLT) indicate a fleet-up within their current command and will maintain their current tour completion date unless otherwise indicated. All tour lengths will be per Ref C unless otherwise noted above. 4. This ALCGPSC constitutes notification for requesting voluntary retirement in lieu of orders (RILO) per Ref B, including officers extended in their current billets. Effective date of retirement is NLT 1 August 2018. The minimum time in grade to be considered eligible for retirement is two years. Officers selected for but not promoted to the next higher grade must specifically decline promotion in their RILO request. Per Ref B, RILO requests must be received by PSC OPM NLT 1200 EST, 26 January 2018. Additionally, e-mail CDR Dougan of intent to RILO, Patrick.J.Dougan(at)uscg.mil. 5. The panel has recessed for the duration of the RILO period. Serious objections to proposed assignments should be sent by e-mail to RDML Dermanelian at David.M.Dermanelian(at)uscg.mil. Please copy your chain of command, CAPT Glander, Chris.J.Glander(at)uscg.mil, and CDR Dougan, Patrick.J.Dougan(at)uscg.mil on the email. 6. PCS orders will be issued by 15 February 2018. Officers are reminded to ensure their Direct Access data is up to date. Officers must check into their new positions, even if fleeting up or moving to a different billet at the same unit to ensure the job data information is accurate. 7. The Precept which convened this panel and charged the members with their duties, the COMDT’s Guidance to PY18 Officer Selection Boards/Panels, and O-5 Assignment Guide are available at CG Portal OPM reference library at http://cglink.uscg.mil/37c7e0f9. 8. Commander Assignment Panel Members: NAME UNIT RDML David Dermanelian US CYBERCOM CAPT Joseph Dugan CG-9321 CAPT Linda Sturgis Sector Puget Sound CAPT Frances Messalle PSC-OPMa CAPT Bob Little PACAREA(37) 9. RDML David Dermanelian, Panel President, sends.

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