Tag Archives: Coast Guard

Chuck Hill’s CG Blog – Featured Blogger of the Week March 5, 2021

For this week’s Featured Blogger of the Week, I chose Chuck Hill’s CG Blog: https://chuckhillscgblog.net/ as the Featured Blogger of the Week. I enjoy his Coast Guard posts and his history with the Coast Guard.  My mother’s brother served in … Continue reading

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“Iconic Coast Guard Aircraft” –Defense Media Network — Chuck Hill’s CG Blog

Grab the popcorn. An entertaining historical post from Defense Media Network. “Iconic Coast Guard Aircraft” –Defense Media Network — Chuck Hill’s CG Blog.

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“Coast Guard Cutter Kimball conducts patrol to increase maritime presence and support in Pacific” –D14 — Chuck Hill’s CG Blog

USCGC Kimball (WMSL 756) U.S. Coast Guard photo by Chief Petty Officer Sara Muir Below is a press release from District 14. This is a demonstration of the Coast Guard’s growing commitment to countering Illegal, Unregulated, and Unreported (IUU) fishing … Continue reading

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The first USS Jouett (DD-41) was a modified Paulding-class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War I and later in the United States Coast Guard, designated as CG-13. She was named for Rear admiral James Edward Jouett. — John’s Navy and other Maritime or Military News

USS JOUETT 1928 Jouett was laid down on 7 March 1911 by Bath Iron Works, Ltd., Bath, Maine; launched on 15 April 1912; sponsored by Miss Marylee Nally; and commissioned at Boston, Massachusetts on 24 May 1912, Lieutenant Commander W. … Continue reading

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I Don’t Add People to Graving Sites Unless I Know Where They Are Buried – Tombstone Tuesday February 23, 2021

This is my personal preference. I don’t add people to graving sites unless I have proof where they are buried. A friend was added to Find-A-Grave back in 2011 after she died. Originally, the person adding her said the cremains … Continue reading

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Perhaps the Most Well Armed Cutter Sized Corvette in the World — Chuck Hill’s CG Blog

Click on the illustration above for better view More on the Israeli’s new Sa’ar 6 Corvette from Navy Recognition, particularly in regard to the C-Dome missile system (reporting a range of 250 km). It has been over six years since I … Continue reading

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Happy 106th Birthday U. S. Coast Guard January 28, 2021

Happy 106th Birthday U. S. Coast Guard. In memory of my uncle who retired from the Coast Guard many years ago and those who have served or are currently serving in the Coast Guard. In a way, the Coast Guard … Continue reading

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San Diego Air and Space Museum Archives – Featured Vlogger of the Week – December 2, 2020

I chose San Diego Air and Space Museum Archives: https://www.youtube.com/user/sdasmarchives as this week’s Featured Vlogger of the Week. See also more information in this blog post: San Diego Air and Space Museum, San Diego, California – November 24, 2020. They … Continue reading

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BD-0387 Video footage of paratrooper Pathfinders on D-Day – San Diego Air and Space Museum Archives YouTube

I saw this on YouTube – https://youtu.be/o9kh99PHa1o Direct link: BD-0387 Video footage of paratrooper Pathfinders on D-Day https://youtu.be/o9kh99PHa1o (around 1:42 minutes)

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BD 0391 Coast Guard Men and Planes – San Diego Air and Space Museum Archives YouTube

I saw this on YouTube – https://youtu.be/wg72tnrXCeg Direct link: BD 0391 Coast Guard Men and Planes: https://youtu.be/wg72tnrXCeg (around 19:51 minutes)

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