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Articles:

Smith, Willard.  "Ready in Peace and War." Ordnance 51 (Nov-Dec 1966).

Winkler, David F. "From the Quasi-War to CVBGs: Two Hundred Years of USN-USCG Teamwork."  Sea Power (Aug 2001), p. 47.


Books & Government Publications

Bishop, Eleanor C. Ponies, Patriots and Powder Monkeys: A History of Children in America's Armed Forces, 1776-1916. Del Mar: The Bishop Press, 1982.

Brief Sketch of the Naval History of the United States Coast Guard with Citations of Various Statutes Defining its Military Status from 1790-1922. Washington: Press of Byron S. Adams, 1922.. Washington: Press of Byron S. Adams, 1922.

Browning, Robert M., Jr. "The Coast Guard and the Navy--200 Years of Cooperation," in From Sea to Shining Sea. Tampa: Faircount International, Inc., 1994, pp. 119-122.

Coker, William S. The Military Presence on the Gulf Coast. Pensacola: Gulf Coast History and Humanitites Conference, 1978.

Millett, Allan R., & Peter Maslowski. For the Common Defense: A Military History of the United States of America. New York: The Free Press, 1984.

Ostrom, Thomas P.  The United States Coast Guard and National Defense: A History from World War I to the Present.  Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, Inc., 2011.

Perkins, J. W.  Battle Stars and Naval Awards: Including Presidential Unit Citations and Navy Unit Commendations Earned by the Navy, Coast Guard and Marine Corps During World War II and Korea.  Seminole: FL: By The Author, 1999.

Pulwers, Jack E. The Press of Battle: The GI Reporter and the American People.  Raleigh, NC: Ivyhouse Publishing Group, 2003.

Roth, Patrick H. U.S. Navy and Marine Involvement in Latin America, 1776-1994: An Interpretive Chronology. Burke, VA: s.n., 1994.

Scheina, Robert L. Coast Guard at War. Washington: U.S. Coast Guard Historian's Office, 1987.

United States Coast Guard. Brief Sketch of the Naval History of the United States Coast Guard, with Citations of Various Statutes Defining Its Military Status from 1790-1922. Washington: GPO, 1922.

United States Coast Guard Combat Veterans Association. Coast Guard Combat Veterans. Paducah, KY: Turner Publishing Co., 1994.

United States General Accounting Office. Readiness of the U.S. Coast Guard. GAO/PLRD-82-98, August 18, 1982. Washington: GPO, 1982.

Wells, William R., III. Shots That Hit. A Study of U.S. Coast Guard Marksmanship 1790-1985. Washington: U.S. Coast Guard Historian’s Office, 1993.

Early Republic Era

Articles:

"Account of Eagle's Encounter with British  Dispatch, War of 1812." Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1931), pp. 34-35.

"Capture of French Privateer Mehitable, 1799 [by Eagle]." Coast Guard Magazine (Sep 1943), p. 65.

"The Coast of Anahuac [ Mexican War ]." Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1931), pp. 24-25.

"Cutter Washington and Others [ Seminole War, 1836 ]." Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1930), p. 42.

Daly, R.W. "The Pickering in the War with France." The Bulletin (Mar 1942), pp. 11-18.

________. "The Revenue Cutters in the Quasi-War with France." Naval Institute Proceedings (Dec 1942), pp. 1713-1723.

Dixon, Robert, Jr. "Captain [ Simon ] Gross's Arms & Stores [Active, 1791]."The Bulletin (Mar-Apr 1966), pp. 95-100.

"Heritage: [ RC Eagle vs. Dispatch, 1814 ]." Proceedings of the Marine Safety Council  33 (May 1976), p. 97.

"In the War with Mexico, 1847 [ RC McLane ]." Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1937), p. 20.

Jackson, Melvin H. "The Consular Privateers; an Account of French Privateering in American Waters, Apr to Aug 1793." The American Neptune XXII (Apr 1962), pp. 81-98.

________. "The Defense of the Revenue Cutter Eagle." The Bulletin (Mar-Apr 1964), pp. 150-166.

Johnson, Paul H. "The Search for Captain Frederick Lee." The Bulletin (Mar-Apr 1977), pp. 34-36.

Meredith, Adrian. "Exploits of the 'Eagle.' Coast Guard Cutter Sets Sail on Stirring Cruise [encounter with French Privateer Mehitable]." Coast Guard Magazine (Oct 1931), pp. 6-8.

"The Seminoles." Coast Guard Magazine (Oct 1931), pp. 15-16.

Smith, H.D. "Capture of the United States Revenue Cutter 'Surveyor': An Historical Incident of the War of 1812." United Service Magazine 7 (Apr 1892), pp. 363-371.

Strobridge, Truman R., & Dennis L. Noble. "Cuttermen and Indians: Early Coast Guardsmen and the Yakima Indian War." The Bulletin (Mar-Apr 1983), pp. 30-37.

Stuart, William M. "In Service Since 1790 (the War with Mexico)." Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1931), p. 24.

Wells, William R., II. "'Every Protection That Was Asked for. . .' The United States Revenue Cutter Ingham, Texas Independence, and New Orleans, 1835." Louisiana History XXXIX, No. 4 (Fall 1998), pp. 457-479.

________. "The Perception of Naval Protection: The Southern Galleys, 1798-1800." Georgia Historical Quarterly 80, No. 4 (Winter, 1996), pp. 737-758.

________. "US Revenue Cutters Captured in the War of 1812." American Neptune 58, No. 3, pp. 225-241.

"When Sailormen Counted [ RC Eagle vs. Mehitable ]." Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1930), p. 16.

Yanaway, Philip E. "The Texas Affair." The Bulletin (May-Jun 1966), pp. 181-189.


Books & Government Publications:

Allen, Gardiner W. Our Naval War with France. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1909.

Bauer, K. Jack. The Mexican War 1846-1848. New York: Macmillan, 1974.

________. Surfboats and Horse Marines: U.S. Naval Operations in the Mexican War. Annapolis: U.S. Naval Institute 1969.

Clowes, William Laird. The Royal Navy: A History From the Earliest Times to the Present. Vol. VI. London: Sampson Low, Marston and Co., 1901; reprint, New York: AMS Press, Inc., 1966.

Hill, Jim Dan. The Texas Navy. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1937.

Jackson, Melvin H. Privateers in Charleston, 1793-1796. Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1969.

Morison, Samuel E. "Old Bruin," Commodore Matthew Calbraith Perry 1794-1858. Boston: Little, Brown and Company 1967.

Palmer, Michael A. "The Treasury Navy," pp. 52-55 in Stoddert’s War: Naval Operations During the Quasi-War with France, 1798-1801. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 1987.

Smith, Justin H. The War with Mexico. 2 volumes. New York: Macmillan, 1919.

United States Congress. Senate. Petition of Lieutenants in United States Revenue Marine Service Who Were Attached to Naval Squadron in West Indies During Florida War in 1836-39. S. Rp. 121, 35th Cong., 1st sess., 1858, Serial 938.

United States Navy Department. Office of Naval Records and Library. Naval Documents Related to the Quasi-War Between the United States and France. 7 volumes. Washington: GPO, 1935-1938.

Unpublished Papers, Theses & Dissertations:

Lloyd, Robert Jay. "Serving in Obscurity: United States Revenue Cutter Service Operations in the Gulf of Mexico During the Mexican American War 1846-1847." New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, New Mexico, Master of Arts Thesis.

Civil War Era:

Articles:

"The Cutting Out of the 'Caleb Cushing.'" The Bulletin (Sep 1941), pp. 97-101.

Donnelly, Ralph W. "Revenue Marine Service: The Nucleus of the Confederate Navy." The American Neptune 68 (Spring, 1988), pp. 87-95.

Ehrman, William E. "The Caleb-Cushing Affair." The Bulletin (Jan/Feb 1985), pp. 14-17.

________. "The Harriet Lane--Fighting Lady of the Civil War." The Bulletin (Sep-Oct 1980), pp. 22-25.

________. "Rebel Cutter Takes on U.S. Navy." The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1979), pp. 20-22.

"Old Publication Tells of Capture of Coast Guard Cutter Harriet Lane in Civil War." Coast Guard Magazine (May 1930), pp. 20-21.

Johnson, Paul H. "Harriet Lane, Great Ship, Great Lady." The Bulletin (Sep-Oct 1982), pp. [*****]

Marvin, N.L. "Revenue Cutter Harriet Lane in the Civil War." The Bulletin (Aug 1945), pp. 155-160.

Paine, Albert Bigelow. "A Sailor of Fortune: I Engage in the Second Attempt to Relieve Fort Sumter." Pearson's Magazine XIV (July to December, 1905).

Pulsifer, F.H. "Under Lincoln, Cutter Harriet Lane Fired First Shot of Civil War..." Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1928), pp. 3-5.

Strobridge, Truman R. "The U.S. Revenue Marine, Its Cutters..." The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1973), pp. 43-48.

Walker, Raymond J. "Steamer Harriet Lane in the Civil War." Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1934), pp. 25-27.


Books & Government Publications:

Bennett, Frank M. Steam Navy of the United States. Pittsburgh: Press of W.T. Nicholson, 1898.

Browning, Robert. From Cape Charles to Cape Fear – The North Atlantic Blockading Squadron. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 1993.

Jones, Virgil C. The Civil War at Sea: The Blockaders, Jan 1861-Mar 1862. Volume I. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1960.

Kaplan, Hyman R. The Coast Guard and the Civil War. Washington: GPO, 1961; reprint, Cornell: Cornell Maritime Press, 1971.

Katcher, Phillip. Lincoln’s Unsung Heroes. London: Arms and Armour Press, 1997.

Kern, Florence. The United States Revenue Cutters in the Civil War. Bethesda, MD: Alised Enterprises, 1989.

Porter, David Dixon. The Naval History of The Civil War. New York: The Sherman Publishing Company 1886.

Robinson, Thomas M., Jr. The Confederate Privateers. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1928.

Scharf, J. Thomas. History of the Confederate States Navy. Albany, NY: Joseph McDonagh 1894.

Stern, Philip Van Doren. The Confederate Navy: A Pictorial History. New York: Bonanza Books, 1962.

United States Navy Department. Official Records of the Union and Confederate Navies in the War of the Rebellion. 31 volumes. Washington: GPO, 1894-1927.

________. Naval History Division. Civil War Naval Chronology 1861-1865. Washington: GPO, 1971.

United States War Department. The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies in the War of the Rebellion. 130 volumes. Washington: GPO, 1880-1900.

West, Richard S., Jr. Mr. Lincoln's Navy. New York: Longmans, Green, & Company 1957.

Willard, Benjamin J. Captain Ben's Book: A Record of the Things Which Happened to Capt. Benjamin J. Willard, Pilot and Stevedore, during some Sixty Years on Sea and Land, as Related by Himself. Portland: Lakside Press, Engravers, Printers, & Binders, 1895.


Unpublished Papers, Theses & Dissertations:

Stone, Charles Henry. Cruise of the U.S. Navy Steamer Harriet Lane 1863. Typewritten copy in U.S. Coast Guard Academy Library, New London, Connecticut.

Post-Civil War Era, Gilded Age and Spanish-American War Era:

Articles:

Abel, Christopher A. "A Race Against Time." The Bulletin (Sep-Oct 1983), pp. 22-26.

"Battle of Cardenas, 1898." Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1935), p. 30.

Browning, Robert. "Great Moments in Coast Guard History." Commandant's Bulletin (Oct 1989), p. 28.

"The Cardenas Affair." The Bulletin Centennial Issue (1976), pp. 10-11.

"1898 in Manila Bay." Coast Guard Magazine (Oct 1929), p. 2.

Hanks, Carlos C. "The Gallant Fight of the Winslow at Cardenas." Naval Institute Proceedings (Nov 1930), pp. 1009-1011.

________."The Old Hudson in 1898..." Coast Guard Magazine (Jul 1931), pp. 10-12.

Lawrence, A.A. "The Gresham in the War with Spain." The Bulletin (Jun-Jul 1954), pp. 72-76.

Lawrence, Henry W. "Remember the Maine!" Coast Guard Magazine (Jul 1936), pp. 20-21.

Lewton, T.G. "Personal Recollections of the Cruise of the Revenue Cutter Hudson in the War With Spain in 1898."The Bulletin (Apr 1942), pp. 25-32.

________. "What Really Happened off Cardenas." Coast Guard Magazine (May 1932), p. 3.

Loud, George A. "The Battle of Manila Bay: Narrative of Colonel George A. Loud." Century Magazine 56, No. 4 (Aug 1998), pp. 611-620.

McCutchenk, John T. "The Surrender of Manila." The Century Magazine (Apr 1899).

Mead, Ernest E. "The Rescue of the Winslow." Harper’s New Monthly Magazine 98 (Dec 1898), pp. 123-129.

Meade, Joseph D. "Old Timer Describes Action in Spanish War." Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1946), pp. 32-33.

Noble, Dennis L. "The Little War of the McCulloch." Sea Classics 9 (May 1976), pp. 12-17.

"Rescue of Winslow in Spanish-American War." Coast Guard Magazine (Oct 1946), p. 13.

Ridgely, Randolph. "The Coast Guard McCulloch at Manila." Naval Institute Proceedings 55 (May 1929), pp. 417-426.

Roberts, Frank E. "Rescue at Cardenas." The Retired Officer (Aug 1994), pp. 24-28.

"Served with Dewey at Manila [RC McCulloch]." Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1934), p. 32.

Wheeler, William J. "Reminiscences of 'The Old Guard.'" The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1980), pp. 22-25.


Books & Government Publications:

Dewey, Adelbert. The Life and Letters of Admiral Dewey. New York: The Woolfall Campaign, 1899.

Long, John D. The New American Navy. 2 volumes. New York: The Outlook Company 1903.

Spears, John. Our Navy in the War with Spain. New York: C. Scribner’s Sons, 1898.

Trask, David. The War with Spain in 1898. New York: MacMillan, 1981.

United States Congress. House. Alleged Shelling of Alaskan Villages by Revenue Steamer Corwin. 4 pts. H. Exdoc. 9, 47th Cong., 2d sess., 1883, Serial 2645.

________.________. To Keep Life-Saving Stations Open During War With Spain. H. Doc. 496, 55th Cong., 2nd sess., 1898, Serial 3692.

________.________. To Recognize Gallantry of 1st Lt. Frank H. Newcomb and Meritorious Service of Capt. Daniel B. Hodgsdon, of Revenue Cutter Service at Cardenas, Cuba, and Manila Bay, P.I. H. Rp. 302, 56th Cong., 1st sess., 1900, Serial 4022.

________. Senate. Presidential Message on Gallantry of 1st Lt. Frank H. Newcomb and Meritorious Service of Capt. Daniel B. Hodgsdon of Revenue Cutter Service at Cardenas, Cuba, and Manila Bay, P.I. S. Doc 323, 55th Cong., 2d sess., 1898, Serial 3615.

________.________. To Recognize Gallantry of 1st Lt. Frank H. Newcomb and Meritorious Service of Capt. Daniel B. Hodgsdon, of Revenue Cutter Service at Cardenas, Cuba, and Manila Bay, P.I. S. Rp. 29, 56th Cong., 1st sess., 1900, Serial 3886.

________.________. Resolution of Inquiry into Landing of Armed Forces From Revenue-cutter McLane at Cedar Keys, Fla., S. Misdoc. 150, 51st Cong., 1st sess., 1890, Serial 2907.

United States Revenue Cutter Service. Treasury Department. The United States Revenue Cutter Service in the War with Spain, 1898. Washington: GPO, 1899.

Vivian, Thomas. With Dewey at Manila. New York: R.F. Feno, 1898.

 

World War I Era: 1900-1939:

Articles:

Bennett, L.L. "A Rifle Trophy for the Service." Journal of the United States Revenue Cutter Association I, No. 1 (Jun 1914), pp. 43-44.

Billard, F.C. "The Coast Guard in War." Journal of the United States Coast Guard Association I, No. 1 (Jan, Feb, Mar 1917), pp. 82-85.

"In Bristol, England, Stands This Memorial Plaque...Coast Guardsmen Who Lost Their Lives While Serving Aboard the Cutters 'Tampa' and 'Seneca' in World War I." Coast Guard Magazine (Jul 1946), p. 26.

Bunch, James C. "Remembering the USS Tampa." Officer Review 39, No. 3 (Oct 1999), pp. 12-13.

Cochran, Hamilton. "End of a Quest [Body of James M. Fleury, only identified victim recovered from the Tampa sunk in 1918, is buried in Long Island cemetery]." Coast Guard Magazine (Sep 1952), pp. 14-18.

Crisp, Richard O. "History of the Coast Guard in the World War." The Coast Patrol I, No. 2 (Jan 1933), pp. 40-41.

Derby, W.N. "Our Need of a Military Policy." Journal of the United States Coast Guard Association I, No. 1 (Jan, Feb, Mar 1917), pp. 79-80.

"Destroyer Target Practice." Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1929), p. 19.

"Duty Well Done...Effort to Salvage S.S. Wellington in World War I." Coast Guard Magazine (Sep 1942), pp. 38-41.

Gorman, F. J. "Landing Force and Small-Arm Target Practice." Journal of the United States Coast Guard Association I, No. 1 (Jan, Feb, Mar 1917), pp. 35-40.

Greenaway, A. R. "On The Target: Marksmanship Improving in the Coast Guard As Good Scores Are Turned In." Coast Guard Magazine (May 1928), pp. 12-13.

Jarrett, Calvin D. "Sub Sighted-Sighter Sunk." The Bulletin (Jul-Aug 1971), pp. 43-45.

"Just Thirteen Years Ago: The United States Coast Guard’s History in the World War." Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1930), pp. 3-7, 42-47.

"Military Service." Light House Service Bulletin I (Dec 1, 1917), p. 295; II, 2 (Feb 1, 1918), p. 10; II, 6 (Jun 1, 1918), p. 26; II, 12 (Dec 2, 1918), p. 53.

Nalty, Bernard C. and Truman R. Strobridge. "In Memory of the Tampa." Sea Classics 10 (Jul 1977), pp., 68-73.

Oertel, J. F. "Heroes At Home: An Account of the Outstanding Achievement of Heroism on American Shores During the World War."  Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1924), pp. 6-8, 47.

O’Leary, Robert J. "Victory Denied – The Battle of Chatham." The Bulletin (Oct 1998), pp. 23-24.

"The 100 Per Centers: Ordnance and Gunnery in the Destroyer Force Reach High Station of Efficiency..." Coast Guard Magazine (Jul 1929), pp. 10-11.

Patterson, Clay Keene. "A World War Tale of the Tampa." Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1928), pp. 12-15.

Pine, James "The Function of the Coast Guard in War." Journal of the United States Coast Guard Association I, No. 1 (Jan, Feb, Mar 1917), pp. 41-58.

"President Orders Transfer of Lighthouse Vessels." Light House Service Bulletin I, 64 (Apr 2, 1917), p. 261.

Radon, Matthew. "The Americanization of the Navy." Naval Institute Proceedings 63 (1937), pp. 231-234.

"Rescues Carried Out on Convoy Duty...[ Seneca ]." Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1940), pp. 22, 24-26.

"Revised [ WW I & WW II ] Death Figures." Coast Guard Bulletin VII, 3 (Sep 1951), p. 39.

Robbins, Leo T. "How the Destroyer Henley Won the Tampa Cup: Taking Over a Rattling Destroyer and Making of the Ship a 'Shooting Fool.'" Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1928), pp. 35, 37.

"She Went to Glory [ Tampa ]." Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1930), p. 4.

"Tells of Memorial Plaque Honoring Coast Guard Dead." Coast Guard Magazine (Jul 1952), p. 10.

Upchurch, C. Winn. "Mad Saboteur Commandeers Ship." The Bulletin (Jul-Aug 1968), pp. 46-53.

Van Boskerck, F. S. "The United States Coast Guard: Its Military Necessities." Naval Institute Proceedings 45 (Apr 1919), pp. 623-636.

Waesche, R. R. "Armaments and Gunnery in the Coast Guard." Naval Institute Proceedings 55 (May 1929), pp. 381-384.

Wheeler, William J. "Reminiscences of World War Convoy Work." Naval Institute Proceedings 55 (May 1929), pp. 385-392.


Books & Government Publications:

Corbett, Julian S., & Henry Newboldt. History of the Great War: Naval Operations. 5 vols. London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1920-1931.

Johnson, Charles E., & Richard O. Crisp. "A History of the Coast Guard in the World War." 4 vols. Unpublished typescript.

Larzelere, Alex.  The Coast Guard in World War I.  Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, 2003.

United States Coast Guard. ________. Report of Gunnery Exercises For Gunnery Year 1925-1926. C.G. Gun. 1, Register No. 29. [Confidential]. Washington: GPO, 1927.

________. Report of Gunnery Exercises For Gunnery Year 1926-1927. C.G. Gun. 2, Register No. 7. [Confidential]. Washington: GPO, 1927.

________. Report of Gunnery Exercises For Gunnery Year 1928-1929. C.G. Gun. 3. Washington: GPO, 1930.

________. Report of Gunnery Exercises For Gunnery Year 1929-1930. C.G. Gun. 4. Washington: GPO, 1931.

________. Report of Gunnery Exercises For Gunnery Year 1930-1931. C.G. Gun. 5. Washington: GPO, 1932.

________. Report of Gunnery Exercises and Small Arms Target Practice For Gunnery Year 1932-1933. C.G. Gun. 7. Washington: GPO, 1934.

________. Report of Gunnery Exercises and Small Arms Target Practice For Gunnery Year 1933-34 and Gunnery Year 1934-35. C.G. Gun. 8. Washington: GPO, 1936.

________. Report of Gunnery Exercises and Small Arms Target Practice For Gunnery Year 1935-36 and Gunnery Year 1936-37. C.G. Gun. 9. Washington: GPO, 1938.

________. Report of Gunnery Exercises and Small Arms Target Practice For Gunnery Years 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40. C.G. Gun. 10. Washington: GPO, 1941.

________. United States Coast Guard Roll of Honor, Apr 6, 1917-Nov 30, 1918. Washington: GPO, 1919.

________. Treasury Department. Operations of the Coast Guard in Time of War. Washington: GPO, 1940.

United States National Archives. Handbook of Federal World War Agencies and Their Records, 1917-1921. Washington: GPO, 1943.

World War II Era (1939-1945)

Cold War Era

Articles:

"Atomic Attack Instructions for Merchant Vessels in Port." Proceedings of the Marine Safety Council  13 (Oct 1956), p. 172 [back cover].

"Atomic Warfare School." Proceedings of the Marine Safety Council 14 (Feb 1957), p. 21.

"Attack Imminent." Proceedings of the Marine Safety Council  13 (Oct 1956), pp. 163-165.

"CGC Tahoma Now a ‘Guard’ Ship." Coast Guard Bulletin VIII, 4 (Oct 1952), p. 81.

"Coast Guard Aids Fight Against Inroads of Communism [VOA]." Coast Guard Magazine (May 1952), pp. 14-15.

"Coast Guard Cutter [Courier] to Crack Iron Curtain." Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1952), pp. 10-11.

"The Coast Guard Security Screening Program." Proceedings of the Marine Safety Council  10 (Jan 1953), pp. 5-9.

"Cutter [Courier] Gets Unusual Assignment." Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1952), p. 29.

"DEW-line Resupply." Coast Guard Magazine (May 1957), pp. 12-13.

"First Coast Guard Guard Ship Since Wartime." Coast Guard Bulletin VIII, 4 (Oct 1952), p. 81.

"How It Works: The Voice of America." Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1952), pp. 16-19.

Jones, Dean. "Thawed Relations Open Soviet Ports To America." Commandant's Bulletin (Dec 1991), pp. 36-37.

McKenna, Paul.  "Vagabond Able [Courier]."  Naval History V, No. 1 (Spring, 1991).

Moreth, Ed. "'Perestroika'-The Mellon Way." Commandant's Bulletin (Aug 1991), pp. 2-5.

"Operation Vagabond." Proceedings of the Marine Safety Council 9 (Apr 1952), p. 94.

"Preliminary Report on Tests of Vagabond Ship Courier." Coast Guard Bulletin VIII, 2 (Aug 1952), pp. 37-38.

Russell, Richard. "A Mission of Higher Classification: In the waning months of World War II, U.S. Sailors and Coast Guardsmen trained Soviet naval personnel in the handling of vessels scheduled for transfer to the Soviet Pacific Ocean Fleet. . ." Naval Institute Proceedings 138 (Aug 2005), pp. 26-27.

"Strangest Ship [Courier] in the World." Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1956), p. 48.

Telic, Phil A. "The Voice of America and the Cutter Courier." The Bulletin (Mar/Apr 1980), p. 21.

"We're Blasting Holes in the Iron Curtain." Popular Mechanics Magazine 98 (Dec 1952), pp. 94-99, 256-262.

"When the New C.G.C. Courier Visited Washington..." Coast Guard Bulletin VII, 10 (Apr 1952), p. 161.

Books & Government Publications:

Polmar, Norman.  Chronology of the Cold War At Sea: 1945 - 1991.  Annapolis: Naval Institute Press, 1998.

 

Korean and Vietnam Conflicts

Articles:

"Above and Beyond [Jack C. Rittichier]." Foundation (Spring 1991), p. 30.

Anderson, Jack. "The Strange War at Sea." Parade (Apr 10 1966), p. 6.

Bandell, Kurt L. "The U.S. Coast Guard Forgotten Warriors of Vietnam." National Vietnam Veterans Review 3 (1983), pp. 32-33.

Bari, Frank. "The Coast Guard in Vietnam." Commandant's Bulletin (Jun 20 1986), pp. 15-19.

Beiter, R.H. "Life With Squadron Three." The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1968), pp. 13-19.

Bender, C.R. "The Signing of the Vietnam Peace Accord..." Commandant's Bulletin (Jan 26 1973), p. 1.

Beran, A. Bruce. "Project Combat Aid." Coast Guard Engineers' Digest (Jan-Feb 1971), pp. 20-23.

"C.G. Squadron One Activities." The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1966), pp. 14-18.

"CGC Point Kennedy Receives Navy Meritorious Unit Commendation." Commandant's Bulletin (Feb 2 1968), pp. 5, Suppl. No. 3.

"Captured Trawler and Arsenal." Our Navy (Sep 1967), p. 30.

"Coast Guard Activities Vietnam Commended." Commandant's Bulletin (Jul 31 1970), p. 3, Suppl. No. 2.

"Coast Guard Battle Report Southeast Asia..." Commandant's Bulletin (Sep 22 1967), p. 4.

"Coast Guard Explosive Loading Detachment, Cat Lai, Vietnam..." Commandant's Bulletin (Mar 12 1971), pp. 8, Suppl. No. 2.

"Coast Guard Flyer [Jack C. Rittichier] Killed by Enemy Gunfire." Commandant's Bulletin (Jun 28 1968), pp. 5, Suppl. No. 7.

"Coast Guard Officer Surveys Vietnamese Customs Vessels." The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1962), p. 66.

"Coast Guard Patrols Vietnam Coast Against Vietnam Smugglers." Proceedings of the Marine Safety Council  22 (Aug 1965), p. 185.

"Coast Guard Squadron One Information Bulletin." Commandant's Bulletin (Aug 28 1965); (Dec 3 1965); (Mar 25 1966).

"Coast Guard Units Destroy Enemy Trawlers." Commandant's Bulletin (Mar 22 1968), p. 5.

"Coast Guard In Vietnam." The Bulletin (Mar-Apr 1966), pp. 84-87.

"The Coast Guard in Vietnam." The Coast Guard Reservist CG-288 (February 1967), pp. 1, 3-4.

"Coast Guard Vietnam Veterans." Commandant's Bulletin (Apr 27 1973), Supp. No. 6.

"Coast Patrol in Viet Nam Far From Jersey Routine." Commandant's Bulletin (Mar 11 1966).

"Commandant's Message Upon Signing of Vietnam Peace Accord."T he Bulletin (Mar-Apr 1973), pp. 35-36.

Dowd, Alan W.  "Unsung Heroes: Although it continues to contribute to national defense and military operations, the U.S. Coast Guard and its significant role in the Korean War remain in the shadows."  The Retired Officer Magazine (Aug 2001), pp. 60-65.

Ebersole, J.F. "Skimmer Ops." Naval Institute Proceedings 100 (Jul 1974), pp. 40-46.

Fearn, W.R. "WHECs and NGFS." The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1970), pp. 18-22.

"1500th Rescued Flyer Thanks Coast Guard." Commandant's Bulletin (Jan 24 1969), pp. 13, Suppl. Nos 4, 5.

"First Sinking." Our Navy (Apr 1966), p. 32.

"Fourth Coastal Zone, Vietnam." The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1968), pp. 20-24.

"GEN Westmoreland Visits Governors Island." Commandant's Bulletin (May 22 1970), p. 5, Suppl. Nos. 1, 2, 3.

Gonzales, Arturo F., Jr. "Battling Bloodhounds of the South China Sea: With the Coast Guard in Vietnam." Saga (Feb 1968), pp. 8-11, 74-76, 78.

Harris, William R. "Market Time Mother Ship." Naval Institute Proceedings (Dec 1966), pp. 148-151.

Hassard, Roger W. "Remembering the Point Welcome." The Bulletin (Aug 1997), pp. 2-3.

Hemingway, Al. "Swift Boats in Operation Market Time." Vietnam 8 (Feb 1996), pp. 33-41.

Hertica, Raymond. "Port Safety/Security in Vietnam." The Quarterdeck Log 13, No. 3 (1998), pp. 16-19.

Hodgman, James A. "Market Time in the Gulf of Thailand." Naval Institute Proceedings 94 (May 1968), pp. 39-49.

Judd, Ralph W. "The LORAN Station on Con Son Island Was One of Many U.S. Coast Guard Contributions to the Vietnam War." Vietnam (Apr 1990), pp. 10, 58-59.

________. "Tight Reign Happenings." The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1967), pp. 346-359.

Kane, Julie. "Secret Evacuation of the VNN Fleet." Vietnam 8 (Apr 1995), pp. 30-37, 68.

Kaplan, H.R. "Coast Guard in Vietnam." The World Wars Officer Review 6 (Sep-Oct 1967), pp. 8-13.

________.________. The U.S. Coast Guard Yard News 16 (Jan 1967), pp. 1, 3; (Feb 1967), pp. 1, 4.

________. "The Coast Guard's Other War in Vietnam." Defense Transportation Journal (Jul-Aug 1968), pp. 2-7.

________. "Coast Guard Played Vital Role in Vietnam War." Navy: The Magazine of Sea Power (Nov 1970), pp. 31-34.

Kendall, Lane C. "U.S. Merchant Shipping and Vietnam." Naval Review (1968), pp. 129-147.

Kroll, C. Douglas. "The Coast Guard Flies in Vietnam." Naval History (Sep-Oct 1996), pp. 36-37.

________. "Combat Search and Rescue in Vietnam: An Unheralded Chapter of USCG History." Flight-Lines: U.S. Coast Guard Aviation Newsletter (Spring 1994), pp. 44-46.

________. "12 Coast Guard Aviators Flew in Vietnam." Commandant's Bulletin (Aug 1991), p. 37.

________. "Jack C. Ritticher: Coast Guard Aviation Hero."  Naval Aviation News (Nov/Dec 1991).

________. "LT Jack C. Ritticher: Coast Guard Hero." The Bulletin (Dec-Jan 1990).

Larzelere, A.R. "Closing the Door on Coastal Insurgency."T he Bulletin (Sep-Oct 1969), pp. 22-31.

________. "Friendly Fire." The Bulletin (Jun 1997), pp. 35-36.

________. "Viet Nam--A Day on Patrol." The Bulletin (Mar-Apr 1967), pp. 90-99.

"Letter of Commendation Coast Guard Division Twelve." Commandant's Bulletin (Mar 15 1968), pp. 6, Suppl. No. 4.

Linnon, John L. "Aids to Navigation in Vietnam." Naval Institute Proceedings 96 (Dec 1970), pp. 99-100.

Lonsdale, A.L. "Fourth Coastal Zone, Vietnam." The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1968), pp. 20-24.

________. "Operation Market Time." Sea Classics (Sep 1972).

Lowe, Alan L. "The U.S. Navy Patrol Vessels of Task Forces 115, 116, 117 Played a Key Role in the War." Vietnam 8, No. 5 (Feb 1996), pp. 12, 16, 57.

Moore, Thomas L. "Duty: Coastal Surveillance." All Hands (Sep 1965), pp. 20-22.

"More Reservists Get RVN Duty." The Coast Guard Reservist CG-288 (Dec 1965-Jan 1966), pp. 1, 3-4.

Moreau, James W. "The Coast Guard in the Central and Western Pacific." Naval Institute Proceedings 99 (May 1973), pp. 270-295.

Morse, Richard M. "Underway Replenishment." The Bulletin (Sep-Oct 1967), pp. 288-292.

Moseley, John. "U.S. Coast Guard Aviation in Vietnam: Combat Rescue and Recovery." Pterogram # 2-04 (Apr 2004), pp. 2-22.

"Nerve Gas Disposal Operation." Commandant's Bulletin (Sep 4 1970), p. 5.

"News Briefs from the Log of Coast Guard Activities, Vietnam..." Commandant's Bulletin (Jul 14 1967), Suppl. No. 3.

"1968 Operation Market Time Summary." Commandant's Bulletin (Feb 14 1969), p. 7.

Noble, Dennis L. "Cutters and Sampans." Naval Institute Proceedings 110 (Jun 1984), pp. 47-53.

"Notebook: 6 More CGd Cutters to Vietnam." Naval Institute Proceedings 92 (Jan 1966), pp. 154-155.

"Notebook: C.G. Increasing Its Role in Vietnam." Naval Institute Proceedings 93 (Sep 1967), pp. 154-155.

"Notebook: Coast Guard Saved 15,000 in 1965." Naval Institute Proceedings 92 (Mar 1966), pp. 157-158.

Office of Director of Information, Bureau of Health Services, Public Health Service, U.S. Department of Health, Education, & Welfare. "The U.S. Public Health Service in South Vietnam." The World Wars Officers Review (Sep-Oct 1967), pp. 14-17.

Oliver, Edward F. "A Chain of Ships." Naval Institute Proceedings 95 (Nov 1969), pp. 92-107.

________. "Coast Guard Shipping Advisory Unit, Vietnam." The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1968), pp. 2-12.

________. Oliver, Edward F. "The Largest Maritime Police Beat in the World." Naval Institute Proceedings 96 (Apr 1970), pp. 120-122.

"Operation Tight Reign." The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1967), pp. 28-36.

________. Commandant's Bulletin (Jan 6 1967), pp. 6, Suppl. No. 1.

"Participation of Coast Guard Aviators in Vietnam Rescue Missions." Commandant's Bulletin (Nov 7 1969), pp. 3, Suppl. No. 1.

Peak, Paul R., Jr. "What About Biological Warfare?" The Bulletin (May 1951), pp. 21-26.

Pell, Claiborne. "Peace Through Strength." The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1961), pp. 32-39.

"Point Ellis Exchanges Fire With Enemy." Commandant's Bulletin (Jun 2 1967), pp. Suppl. No. 3.

Polmar, Norman. "The Sea and River War in Vietnam." Navy (Jul 1966), pp. 236-237, 241.

"Port Safety in Viet Nam." Commandant's Bulletin (Jun 6 1969), p. 4, Suppl. No. 2.

"Port Safety/Security in Vietnam." Commandant's Bulletin (Apr 11 1969), pp. 5-6.

Powell, David L. "The Last and Forgotten 100."The Bulletin (Mar-Apr 1972), pp. 49-53.

________.________. Coast Guard Engineers' Digest 175 (Apr-May-Jun 1972), pp. 57-61.

"The President of the Republic of Vietnam to the American Armed Forces..." Commandant's Bulletin (Apr 13 1973), Suppl. No. 3.

"Recent Noteworthy Actions by Coast Guardsmen in Vietnam." Commandant's Bulletin (Apr 5 1968), pp. 3-4.

Reinburg, LeRoy, Jr. "What's the Coast Guard Doing in Vietnam?" Officer Review 39, No. 3 (Oct 1999), p. 16.

"Saigon School for Blind Girls..." Commandant's Bulletin (May 3 1968), pp. 6, Suppl. No. 6.

Scheina, Robert. "The Coast Guard In Vietnam." Commandant's Bulletin (Jul 1990), pp. 26-27.

Schreadley, R.L. "The Naval War in Vietnam 1950-1970." Naval Institute Proceedings 97 (May 1971), pp. 49-53.

"Shipping Advisory Unit Awarded Coast Guard Unit Commendation." Commandant's Bulletin (Jan 10 1969), pp. 2-3.

Sieg, Kent. "Lessons Learned from History: The U.S. Coast Guard in Vietnam." Joint Center for Operational Analysis and Lessons Learned (JCOA-LL) Bulletin Vol. VI, No. 4 (Sep 2004), pp. 72-78.

"Squadron One Decommissioned." Commandant's Bulletin (Aug 28 1970), p. 5, Suppl. Nos. 2, 3.

"Squadron Three Awarded Navy Unit Commendation." Commandant's Bulletin (Nov 1 1968), pp. 5-6.

Stephen, Charles R. "Trawler!" Naval Institute Proceedings (Sep 1968), pp. 60-71.

"A Summary Sketch of Coast Guard Participation in Operation Market Time." Commandant's Bulletin (Jan 21 1972), Suppl. No. 2.

"Tight Rein."The Bulletin Centennial Issue (1976), p. 59.

Triplett, William. "A Low-Profile War: The U.S. Coast Guard in Vietnam, 1965-1975." The VVA Veteran 16 No. 10/11 (Oct/Nov 1996), pp. 15-18.

________.________. The Quarterdeck Log 11, No. 4 (Fall 1996), pp. 23-29.

"U.S. - Vietnam Anti Smuggling Patrol." Navy (Aug 1965), pp. 22-25.

"USCGC Barataria...Arrives off Vietnam." Commandant's Bulletin (Jun 23 1967), Suppl. No. 5.

"Vietnam Wrap-Up." The Bulletin (Mar-Apr 1973), pp. 34-35.

Waesche, Russell R. "Commandant's View on Consolidation." The Bulletin (Jun 1944), pp. 45-72.

Wells, William R., II. "The Coast Guard’s Piggyback 81mm Mortar/.50-Caliber Machine-Gun Combination Proved Its Worth in Vietnam." Vietnam (Aug 1997), pp. 10, 54-56.

________. "Friendly Target [Point Welcome Incident]." Naval History (May/June 1998), pp. 33-36.

________. "Friendly Target [Point Welcome Incident]." The Quarterdeck Log 17, No. 4 (Winter 2002), pp. 16-19.

________.________. "’Vietnamization’ Sounded Good, But Turning Over U.S. Coast Guard Cutters Was Not an Easy Task." Vietnam (Feb 1994), pp. 67-70.

Wiarda, Jonathan S. "The U.S. Coast Guard in Vietnam: Achieving Success in a Difficult War." Naval War College Review LI, No. 2 (Spring 1998), pp. 30-46.

Wilson, R.P. "The Port of Saigon Grows." Free World Horizons XVIII (Apr 1969), pp. 40-41.

Wunderlin, Clarence E., Jr.  "Paradox of Power: Infiltration, Coastal Surveillance, and the United States Navy in Vietnam, 1965-68."  The Journal of Military History Vol. 53, Issue 3 (July 1989), pp. 275-290.

Yost, Paul A. "Swift Boats: Hard Day on the Bo De." Naval Institute Proceedings 130 (Oct 2004), pp. 66-69. [ Excerpt from Yost's Oral History done by the Naval Institute. ]

Books & Government Publications:

Bailey, A. Lainge. Silent Partners in Vietnam: The United States Coast Guard. Washington: GPO, n.d.

Cutler, Thomas J. Brown Water, Black Berets: Coastal and Riverine Warfare in Vietnam. Annapolis: NIP, 1988.

Gurney, Gene. The United States Coast Guard: A Pictorial History. New York: Crown Publishers, Inc., 1973.

Hooper, Edwin B. Mobility, Support, Endurance: A Story of Naval Operational Logistics in the Vietnam War 1965-1968. Washington: Naval History Division, Department of the Navy, 1972.

Kaplan, H.R. Coast Guard in Vietnam. Washington: U.S. Coast Guard Public Affairs, n.d.

Larzelere, Alex. The Coast Guard at War. Vietnam 1965-1975. Annapolis: NIP, 1997.

Marolda, Edward J., & G. Wesley Pryce, III. A Short History of the United States Navy and the Southeast Asian Conflict 1950-1975. Washington: Naval Historical Center 1984.

McWhorter, Frances Manning Achurch.  Andando: Walking Through Life With Bill and Frances, 1944-1964.  Evans, GA: By the author, 2005.

Mersky, Peter B., & Norman Polmar. The Naval Air War in Vietnam. Annapolis: The Nautical and Aviation Publishing Company of America, 1981.

Mesko, Jim. RIVERINE: A Pictorial History of the Brown Water War in Vietnam. Carrolton, TX: Squadron Signal Publications, In., 1985.

Schreadley, R.L. From the Rivers to the Sea: The U.S. Navy in Vietnam. Annapolis: NIP, 1993.

Sheehan, Neil. The Arnheiter Affair. New York: Dell Publishing Company, Inc., 1973.

Tilford, Earl H., Jr. Search and Rescue in Southeast Asia, 1961-1975. Washington: GPO, 1980.

Tulich, Eugene N. The United States Coast Guard in South East Asia During the Vietnam Conflict. U.S. Coast Guard Historical Monograph Program. Washington: U.S. Coast Guard Public Affairs Division, 1975.

Uhlig, Frank, Jr., ed. Vietnam: The Naval Story. Annapolis: NIP, 1986.

United States Coast Guard. U.S. Coast Guard Squadron Three. Washington: U.S. Coast Guard, n.d.

United States Congress. House. U.S. Coast Guard Activities-Southeast Asia. Washington: GPO, 1968.

________. ________. Clark Congressional Delegation. Report of the Clark Congressional Delegation Regarding Its Inspection of U.S. Coast Guard Loran A and C Stations in Southeast Asia and Its Meetings and Consultations Concerning Maritime Policies, Programs, and Problems of the Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries... Washington: GPO, 1972.

________.________. Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries. Subcommittee on Coast Guard, Coast and Geodetic Survey, and Navigation. U.S. Coast Guard Activities, Southeast Asia; Report on Congressional Investigation of Coast Guard Operations and Installations in Thailand and South Vietnam. Report by Frank M. Clark, Albert J. Dennis, and John H. Bruce. Washington: GPO, 1968.

Waterhouse, Charles. Vietnam War Sketches from the Air, Land, & Sea. Tokyo: Charles E. Tuttle Company 1970.

Williamson, Charles T. The U.S. Naval Mission to Haiti, 1959-1963. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press, 1999.

Theses & Dissertations:

Scullion, Joseph R. "The Employment of the U.S. Coast Guard in Future Warfare." Military essay, Armed Forces Staff College, Norfolk, Virginia, 1948.

 

Post-Vietnam Conflict Era Through 2000

Articles:

Adams, Michael R. "Coast Guarding the Caribbean." Naval Institute Proceedings 108 (Aug 1982), pp. 61-65.

Adams, Mike. "Surface Warfare's Weak Leg." Naval Institute Proceedings 111 (Oct 1985), pp. 133-147.

Alcott, Paul. "PSUs 'Always Ready' to Uphold Democracy [ Haiti ] and Go Far From Home." Commandant's Bulletin (Feb 1995), p. 11.

Althaus, David S. "Gunning Up the Cutters." Naval Institute Proceedings 115 (Oct 1989), p. 123.

Appleton, Kenneth D. "The Coast Guard in the Quadrennial Defense Review." The Bulletin (Aug 1997), pp. 37-39.

Balunis, T.G.M. "The Coast Guard Port Security Mission." Proceedings of the Marine Safety Council 45 (Nov-Dec 1988), pp. 215-216.

Beaston, Steven D. "The Storis and Coastal Defense." Naval Institute Proceedings 116 (Dec 1990), p. 69.

Bennett, R.F. "The U.S. Coast Guard--Armed and Ready." Naval Institute Proceedings 98 (Jun 1972), pp. 35-42.

Blando, Steve. "Security in Coast Guard Hands." The Officer (Oct 1990), p. 23.

Blore, Gary T. "Point / Counterpoint--Point--The Coast Guard and Naval Warfare; An Inappropriate Mission." The Bulletin (Aug/Sep 1987), p. 30.  [ See also Steven L. Harvey's article listed below ].

Booth, Rick. "Working Together Wins Desert War." Commandant's Bulletin (Apr 1991), pp. 4-5.

Cadigaan, J. J. "The Navy - Coast Guard Mesh In a Future War." The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1980), pp. 32-36.

"CG Team Aids Navy Capture of Iraqis." Commandant's Bulletin (Mar 1991), p. 5.

"CG Heads Oil-Assist Team to Assess Persian Gulf Damage." Commandant's Bulletin (Mar 1991), p. 4.

Chatfield, Tom & Jeff O’Connell. "Our Man in the Gulf." Focus 41, No. 2 (Summer 1991), pp. 21-22.

"COGARDRON TWO Joins NATO Exercise." Commandant's Bulletin (Sep 28 1981), p. 5.

Costello, John D. "Guarding the Coast: An Old Problem...A New Approach." The Bulletin (Sep/Oct 1985), pp. 20-27.

Costello, John D., & D.N. Wood. "Guarding the Coast." Naval Institute Proceedings 111 (Aug 1985), pp. 66-71.

Creedon, Gregory. "Chase, Gallatin Join NATO Forces [ NATO Ops 1983 ]." Commandant's Bulletin (Aug 19 1983), pp. 14-17.

Crissy, Paul. "High Tech Gear Makes 378s Ready [ Harpoon missiles ]." Commandant's Bulletin (Dec 10, 1987), pp. 26-27.

"Cutters to Patrol Grenada Waters." Commandant's Bulletin (Dec 16 1983), p. 4.

Delaney, Marshalena. "Setting a Gulf Course." Coast Guard (May 1998), pp. 12-15.

DeLost, Frank A. "Ports for National Defense." Translog (Feb 1990), pp. 2-3.

Fargo, Thomas & Ernest Riutta. "A 'National Fleet' for America." Naval Institute Proceedings 125 (Apr 1999), pp. 48-51.

"The Fifth Armed Service: The U.S. Coast Guard." National Defense (Feb 1984), pp. 17-20.

Fitzgerald, Carmond C. "Answering the Call [Persian Gulf]."  Naval Institute Proceedings 118 (Dec 1992), pp. 94-96.

________.  "The Coast Guard Patrols the Persian Gulf." Naval Institute Proceedings 117 (Apr 1991), pp. 100-101.

Flynn, Stephen F. "Covering Our Six." Naval Institute Proceedings 115 (Oct 1989), pp. 124-128.

Forando, Christopher. "Special Ops Needs a New Player."  Naval Institute Proceedings 123 (Oct 1997), pp. 44-47.

Freeze, Ken, & S.D. Genovese. "Harpoon: CGC Mellon is the First Coast Guard Cutter to Fire the Harpoon Missile." Commandant's Bulletin (Mar 1990), pp. 1-3.

Fremont-Smith, Richard, & David Pearl. "Not Just Buoy Tenders." Naval Institute Proceedings 109 (Sep 1983), pp. 115-117.

Gillespie, Tom. "Assignment: LEDET Duty in the Red Sea." Commandant's Bulletin (Jun 1993), pp. 34-37.

________. "Operation Desert Storm." Commandant's Bulletin (Feb 1991), p. 2.

Golden, Paul C. "Don't Ignore the SLOCs." Naval Institute Proceedings 115 (Oct 1989), pp. 129-131.

Griggs, Richard. "War Games In Boston." Commandant's Bulletin (Oct 25 1985), pp. 14-15.

Hanley, Robert T. "Welcome Home: The First Coast Guard Reservists Return from Duty in the Persian Gulf." Commandant's Bulletin (Apr 1991), pp. 2-3.

Harvey, Stephen L.  "Point / Counterpoint--Counterpoint--Naval Warfare and the Coast Guard; Just One More Mission For a Multi-Mission Service."  The Bulletin (Aug/Sep 1987), p. 31. [See also Gary T. Blore's article listed above.]

Hayes, John B. "We Have a Great Deal More to Offer as the Fifth Armed Force Than Perhaps was True in the Past: An Interview." Armed Forces Journal International CXVIII (Mar 1981), pp. 33-34.

Hessman, James D. "The U.S. Coast Guard: A New Emphasis on Defense Readiness." International Defense Review 20, no. 2 (1987), pp. 191-194.

Hindle, Alexander J., Jr. "Coast Guard Is Joint." Naval Institute Proceedings 124 (Dec 1998), pp. 30-33.

Hoon, Lim Kwong. "A Model for Small Navies." Naval Institute Proceedings 106 (Oct 1980), pp. 136-137.

Hull, James D. & Michael D. Emerson.  "High 'Seize' Maritime Interdiction Works!" Naval Institute Proceedings 125 (Jan 1999), pp. 64-67.

Ivanov, Iu. "MILITARIZATSHA BEREGOVOI OKHRANY SSHA [Militarization of the U.S. Coast Guard]." MORSKOI SBORNIK [USSR] 2 (1988), pp. 79-83.

Jones, Bob. "Combat Readiness--Another Coast Guard Mission." Profile XXV (Feb 1982), pp. 4-7.

Kalanbach, Chuck. "Operation Desert Storm." Commandant's Bulletin (Mar 1991), pp. 2-3.

Kennedy, Mark M. "Invading the Coasts for Ocean Venture '93." Commandant's Bulletin (Jul 1993), pp. 5-7.

Kenny, Brice. "RIMPAC-84: Coast Guard Units Performed Well as They Played Their Roles in a Five-Nation Military Exercise." Commandant's Bulletin (Aug 17 1984), pp. 10-11.

Kern, Mark S. "Restoring Democracy in Haiti." The Bulletin (Apr 1997), pp. 24-25.

Kiley, Edmund I. "The Naval Employment of the Coast Guard Medium Endurance Cutter." Naval War College Review (Oct 1980), pp. 13-22.

Kilvert_Jones, T.D. "An Active and Acceptable Presence: The U.S. Coast Guard and International Engagement." Sea Power (Dec 1999), pp. 47-49.

Korroch, Robert K. "Calling Cutters to the Gulf." Naval Institute Proceedings 114 (Sep 1988), pp. 58-61.

LaMarche, Mark A. "CG and Army-Training in Survival." Commandant's Bulletin (Mar 31 1988), p. 28.

Larzelere, Alex R. "Future War and the U.S. Coast Guard." Naval Institute Proceedings 105 (May 1979), p. 186.

Legg, William E. "Reserve Sails Into Action." The Officer (Oct 1990), pp. 20-23.

Leonard, John N. "The Coast Guard, Readiness, & the 'NBT.'" The Bulletin (Aug/Sep 1988), pp. 17-22.

Loy, James M. "The Coast Guard is Maritime Security." 124 Naval Institute Proceedings (Dec 1998), pp. 26-29.

________. "The United States Coast Guard: A Unique Instrument of U.S. National Security." Sea Power (Dec 1999), pp. 8-13.

Lyons, Tod. "CG Instructor [Alvaro O. Crespo] Helps Navy with Blockade." Commandant's Bulletin (Feb 1991), p. 4.

Maldonado, Fred. "To Grenada and Back [ CGC Mobile Bay ]." Commandant's Bulletin (Mar 29 1985), pp. 18-19.

Matt, A. Robert.  "Maritime Terrorism--Unacceptable Risk."  The Officer (Sep 1981), pp. 18-19.

Miller, Eric.  "Coast Guard is a Partner in Caribbean Security." Naval Institute Proceedings 125 (Dec 1999), pp. 58-61.

Montonye, J. Terrance. "Let's 'Turn On' to Our Military Responsibilities." The Bulletin (Jul-Aug 1977), p. 5.

Moore, Robert G. "The Coast Guard's Role in Future Wars." Sea Power XX (Aug 1977), pp. 24-31.

________.________.The Bulletin (May/Jun 1978), pp. 32-40.

Moritz, Edward A. "Coastal Defense." Naval Institute Proceedings 111 (Jun 1985), pp. 43-48.

"Navy/Coast Guard Board Created." Commandant's Bulletin (Dec 22, 1980), p. 4.

"Navy Secretary [ John Lehman ] Testifies for Coast Guard." Commandant's Bulletin #10-82 (Apr 12 1982), pp. 12-16.

Norman, Stanley J. "Prepared for Mine Warfare?" Naval Institute Proceedings (Feb 1983), pp. 64-69.

Norton, Dee. "Coast Guard Isn’t the Navy, but . . ." Naval Institute Proceedings 122 (Dec 1996), pp. 56-60.

O'Neil, C.T. "LEDETs, NATO Unite to Enforce U.N. Embargo [ UN Resolutions 713 & 757 -- Serbia & Montenegro ]." Commandant's Bulletin (Apr 1993), p. 7.

Papp, R.J., Jr. "Coast Guard Participation in Desert Shield/Desert Storm." The Bulletin (Aug/Sep 1991), pp. 15-16.

Pierson, J.A. "The Military Readiness Capability of the Coast Guard 270 Foot Medium Endurance Cutter." The Bulletin (Jan/Feb 1984), pp. 16-21.

"Port Security Units Move Out For Middle East Deployment." The Coast Guard Reservist (Nov 1990), pp. 4-7.

Pratt, Chuck. "Port Security Operations and Operation Desert Shield." The Bulletin (Dec 1990/Jan 1991), pp. 20-21.

Price, Michael R. "Expeditionary Warfare Forces." Coast Guard Reservist (Apr 1997), pp. 10-11.

Price, Mike, & Steve Blando. "PSUs Join Middle East Operation." Commandant's Bulletin (Nov 1990), pp. 2-3.

Prina, L. Edgar. The Fifth Arm of Defense." Sea Power (Aug 1984), pp. 12-18.

________. "Roles and Missions Study Reaffirms U.S. Coast Guard's Defense Responsibilities." Sea Power (May 1982), p. 16.

Prokop, Paul J. "SITREP 1: We Led the Way!" The Bulletin (Dec 1991/Jan 1992), pp. 18-21.

Pruitt, Randy. "Reservists in the Persian Gulf..." Commandant's Bulletin (Jan 1991), pp. 2-3.

"Ready in the Red Sea." Commandant's Bulletin (Oct 1994), pp. 24-25.

Ressler, Robbin. "CG Leads the Way to Restore Democracy [in Haiti]: PSUs Activated to Ensure the Safe Return of Haiti's Elected President." Commandant's Bulletin (Feb 1995), pp. 10-11.

Rogers, William J. "Toward a Doctrine of U.S. Naval Power." Naval Institute Proceedings 112 (Dec 1996), pp. 58-60.

"The Role of the Coast Guard in National Defense." The Bulletin (May/Jun 1981), pp. 26-28.

Ross, William L. "Semper Paratus? The Coast Guard is Not Equipped to Fight." Naval War College Review (Winter 1990), pp. 113-130.

Rybacki, Richard I. "Maritime Defense Mission." The Bulletin (Dec 1990/Jan 1991), pp. 17-19.

Sadowski, Brodie. "Any Mission, Anytime, Anywhere: Battle Roster Port Security Unit 302 Takes Shape." Commandant's Bulletin (Jan 1996), pp. 6-7.

Sawhill, Steven G. "'Semper Paratus' in the Persian Gulf." Commandant's Bulletin (Jan 22 1988), pp. 50-51.

Scarborough, Robert H. "Sea Power and the Coast Guard." The Bulletin (Jan/Feb 1981), pp. 24-26.

Schemmer, Benjamin. "Strategic Initiatives to Bridge a Budget Chasm Too Big for Dollars Alone to Cure." Armed Forces Journal International (Mar 1981), pp. 42-51.

Sennott, Alice. "Full Speed Ahead: The CGC Midgett Left Its Home in Seattle June 18 to Sail With the USS Constellation Battle Group." Coast Guard (Nov 1999), pp. 24-31.

Shelly, Marke R., & Wayne C. Dumas. "Redefining Coastal Warfare." 124 Naval Institute Proceedings (Aug 1998), pp. 66-68.

Silva, Dave. "Triumph in Haiti." Coast Guard (Oct 1999), pp. 24-25.

Stavridiss, Jim. "Beyond Joint: The Interagency Action." Naval Institute Proceedings 119 (May 1993), pp. 94-99.

Stubbs, Bruce B. "The Coast Guard's Trident." Naval Institute Proceedings 112 (Jun 1986), pp. 50-55.

________. "A Defense Doctrine for the Coast Guard." Naval Institute Proceedings 115 (Oct 1989), pp. 120-122.

________., & Richard R. Kelley. "Technology, ASW, & the Coast Guard." Naval Institute Proceedings 106 (Oct 1980), pp. 29-35.

Stickney, Christopher J. "'Are You Derby? - No, We're Coast Guard.'" The Bulletin (Aug/Sep 1991), pp. 17-20.

Summy, Alan. "Low Intensity Conflict-Our Role." Commandant's Bulletin (Jun 1989), pp. 5-6.

Tabor, James A. "It's Time for Patrol Boat Squadrons." Naval Institute Proceedings 125 (Dec 1999), pp. 62-63.

Tennent, John V. "Navy-Coast Guard Confer: Wartime Roles Examined." Surface Warfare VI (Jul 1981), p. 39.

________. "Navy-Coast Guard Co-operation Continues--MDZ and Cutter Upgrades Discussed." Surface Warfare VII (Mayu, 1982), p. 23.

Thamm, Gerhardt B. "Shallow Water Antisubmarine Warfare." Naval Institute Proceedings (Feb 1991), pp. 93-95.

Thomas, Cari B. "Testing Our Mettle: Operation ABLE MANNER." The Bulletin (Apr 1997), pp. 30-31.

Thompson, Dale R. "The Coast Guard in Grenada." Naval Institute Proceedings 110 (Nov 1984), pp. 65-69.

Tousley, Brian R. "Are We Teaching Officers to Defend America?" The Bulletin (Apr/May 1988), p. 4.

Townley, James R. "Guarding Our Coasts: The Coast Guard's Role." The Bulletin (Aug/Sep 1988), pp. 23-28.

Trainor, John C. "Naval Option for the Caribbean: The U.S. Coast Guard." Naval War College Review 36 (Mar-Apr 1983), pp. 31-39.

Trumble, John; Zendan, Chris & Jeff McSpaden. "Ready in the Red Sea." Commandant's Bulletin (Oct 1994), p. 25.

Wagner, George H. "Readiex 1-78."The Bulletin (Jan/Feb 1978), pp. 18-19.

Wallace, Sidney A. "The Role of the Coast Guard Within the Maritime Strategy Must Not be Overlooked." Sea Power 31 (Jan 1988), pp. 20-30.

Waterman, Ty G. "Can-Do Is No Longer Enough." Naval Institute Proceedings 121 (Dec 1995), pp. 52-55.

Watts, Robert B. "Coastal Defense: More Than Ever." Naval Institute Proceedings 116 (Dec 1990), pp. 66-70.

________. "The Coast Guard Goes Joint." Naval Institute Proceedings 122 (Dec 1996), pp. 61-64.

________. "Creating Deployable Harbor Defense." Naval Institute Proceedings 119 (Dec 1993), pp. 45-47.

Woods, Rick. "Brim Frost '85: Coast Guard, Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps Forces Teamed Up for a bit of Serious 'Playing' in the Wilds of Alaska." Commandant's Bulletin (Mar 15 1985), pp. 11-15.

Young, Wayne. "Maritime Defense - A Revolutionary Concept." The Bulletin (Nov/Dec/Jan 1985-86), pp. 24-29.

Zollars, Chris E. "Middle East Boardings: LEDETs Team Up With Allies..." Commandant's Bulletin (Mar 1992), pp. 16-18.

Books & Government Publications:

Berry, Russell E., Jr., & Roger W. Bing. Wellington Cafe, A Joint Navy/Coast Guard Approach to Surface Mine Countermeasures. Newport: Naval War College, 1975.

The Commemorative Group. The Shield and The Storm. Pt. Pleasant, NJ: The Commemorative Group, n.d.

Hayes, Margaret Daly, & Gary F. Wheatley, eds. Interagency and Political-Military Dimensions of Peace Operations: Haiti - A Case Study. Washington: National Defense University, 1996.

Kalnbach, Chuck, & Tom Blake. The United States Coast Guard [ Desert Shield/Desert Storm ]. Washington: US Coast Guard, n.d.

Marolda, Edward J. & Robert J. Schneller. Shield and Sword: The United States Navy and the Persian Gulf War. Washington: Naval Historical Center, 1998.

Matthews, James K., & Cora J. Holt. So Many, So Much, So Far, So Fast: United States Transportation Command and Strategic Deployment for Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm. Washington: Joint History Office, Office of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Research Center, United States Transportation Command, 1996.

Pokrant, Marvin. Desert Storm at Sea: What the Navy Really Did. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1999.

Stocker, John J. "Military Readiness and Mobilization." In: U.S. Library of Congress, Congressional Research Service. The United States Coast Guard: Prepared for the Committee on Commerce, Science, & Transportation, United States Senate. 97th Cong., 2nd sess. Washington: GPO, 1982, pp. 211-218.

Turner, Eldon A., & Joseph E. Turchech. U.S. Coast Guard Wartime Capabilities Study (U). Alexandria: Center for Naval Analyses, 1980.

United States Congress. House. Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries. Coast Guard Oversight, Part II: Military Readiness and International Program Management Problems and Procedures, Roles and Mission Study by the Executive Branch: Hearings. 97th Cong., 1st Sess. Washington: GPO, 1981.

United States Navy. Review of Coast Guard Wartime Tasking: A Report. Washington: U.S. Navy 1981.

Theses & Dissertations:

Gaffney, Henry H., Jr. "Relations With Russian Counterparts: Coast Guards and Navies." CIM 491, Alexandria, Virginia, Center for Naval Analyses Issue Paper, December 1996.

Kohout, Richard D., O. Kim Malmin, & John J. Nelson. "Future Coast Guard Cutter Study: Candidate Cutter Contributions in National Defense Scenarios." CRM 96-92, Alexandria, Virginia, Center for Naval Analyses Issue Paper, November, 1996.

________. "USCGC Dallas Med/Black Sea Deployment: Regional Engagement and USCG-USN Interoperability." CRM 95-183, Alexandria, Virginia, Center for Naval Analyses Issue Paper, January, 1996.

Stubbs, Bruce. "USCG, The U.S. Coast Guard's National Security Role in the Twenty-First Century." Thesis, Center for Naval Warfare Studies, U.S. Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island, Jun 1992.

 

Post 2000 Defense Missions, Counter-Terrorism and Homeland Security

Articles:

Appleton, Kenneth D. "The Coast Guard in the Quadrennial Defense Review." The Bulletin (Aug 1997), pp. 37-39.

Berinato, Scott. "Same Ship, Different Day: The Coast Guard and Post 9-11 Maritime Security."  Joint Center for Operational Analysis and Lessons Learned (JCOA-LL) Bulletin Vol. VI, No. 4 (Sep 2004), pp. 20-23.

"Boardroom 360: U.S. Coast Guard: National Vessel Movement Center: In Cyberspace, Spotting Vessels That Merit Real-time Attention."  Public Sector CXO (Jan / Feb 2002), pp. 12-13.

"Bronze Star Awarded to Walnut Commanding Officer [ CDR Chris Smith for service in Operation Iraqi Freedom ]." The Bulletin 65, No. 5 (Oct 2003), p. 27.

Butler, Glen.  "Noble Eagle Is Not Your Average Operation."  Naval Institute Proceedings 129 (Aug 2003), pp. 48-51.

Capelotti, Peter. "Rogue Wave: The Coast Guard and September 11."  The United States Coast Guard: The Shield of Freedom [ A Government Services Group periodical ] (2004), pp. 54-71.

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Claus, Colin. "U.S. Coast Guard's Role in Homeland Defense."  Joint Center for Operational Analysis and Lessons Learned (JCOA-LL) Bulletin Vol. VI, No. 4 (Sep 2004), pp. 15-19.

"The Coast Guard's Advocate for Port Security."  Sea Power  (Feb 2001), p. 53.

"Coast Guard Units Deploy or Operation Enduring Freedom." The Bulletin 65, No. 2 (Apr 2003), p. 30.

Conroy, Joe.  "Coast Guard Answers 9/11 Call."  Naval Institute Proceedings 127 (Nov 2001), pp. 39-40.

Cook, Michele M.; John N. Leonard & Kent G. Sieg. "The Proliferation Security Initiative and Exercise CHOKEPOINT 04." Joint Center for Operational Analysis and Lessons Learned (JCOA-LL) Bulletin Vol. VII, No. 1 (Dec 2004), pp. 81-84.

Doane, Chris & Joe DiRenzo III. "Protecting Our Ports: A Coast Guard Operational Commander's Perspective of the Maritime Transportation Security Act of 2002." The United States Coast Guard: The Shield of Freedom [ A Government Services Group periodical ] (2004), pp. 124-131.

Edgerton, Michael A.  "International Port Security Standards."  Naval Institute Proceedings 127 (June 2001), pp. 54-55.

Fawcett, Paul. "Jointness Is Key to Success In Coastal Warfare." Naval Institute Proceedings 129 (Aug 2003), pp. 56-57.

Fleming, Gerald P. "Maritime Security Poses Unique Challenges for Global Commerce." The United States Coast Guard: The Shield of Freedom [ A Government Services Group periodical ] (2004), pp. 132-137.

Flynn, Stephen E.  "Homeland Security Is a Coast Guard Mission: Defending the United States Against Terrorist Attack--Especially In Vulnerable Ports Such as Long Beach, California--Is a Mission That Fits the Coast Guard's Capabilities Perfectly."  Naval Institute Proceedings 127 (Oct 2001), pp. 72-75.

Gibson, Wayne; Vitullo, Tom & Joe DiRenzo, III.  "Coast Guard Goes Expeditionary [ Port Security Units ]."  Naval Institute Proceedings 127 (June 2001), pp. 53-57.

Green, Ronzelle L. & Kevin L. Richardson. "The Coast Guard Port Security Unit as a Deployable Asset in National Defense." Joint Center for Operational Analysis and Lessons Learned (JCOA-LL) Bulletin Vol. VII, No. 1 (Dec 2004), pp. 85-88.

Greenway, H. D. S. "The Unwatched Ships at Sea: The Coast Guard and Homeland Security." World Policy Journal 20, No. 2 (Summer 2003), pp. 73-78.

Hartley, Dave. "Embracing a Wartime Mission: Coast Guard Aviation and the Challenge of Homeland Security." Joint Center for Operational Analysis and Lessons Learned (JCOA-LL) Bulletin Vol. VII, No. 1 (Dec 2004), pp. 89-93.

Hessman, James D.  "The Maritime Dimension; Special Report: The Coast Guard's Role in Homeland Defense."  Sea Power (Apr 2002), pp. 26-30.

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Howe, James C.  "International Engagement: UNITAS 41-00 Cruising South America Aboard Tampa." The Bulletin (Dec 2000), pp. 24-26.

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"In the Coast Guard: Service in Iraq Tested Their Mettle: Patrol Boat COs Awarded Bronze Stars [LCDR Sean MacKenzie, CO, CGC Adak; LT Christopher Barrows, CO, CGC Wrangell; LT Holly Harrison, CO, CGC Aquidneck; LT John Cole, CO, CGC Baranof]." The Bulletin 65, No. 5 (Oct 2003), pp. 26-27.

Kime Patricia. "Coast Guard is Seeking Broader Authority to Make Arrests on Land." Sea Power 47, No. 4 (Apr 2004), pp. 20-21.

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Weeks, David.  "Danger Beyond the Pier: The Naval Coastal Warfare team is a unique mix of U.S. Navy and U.S. Coast Guard active-duty and reserve personnel."  Naval Institute Proceedings 127 (Apr 2001), pp. 38-42.

Wente, Gavin. "Coast Guard Deployment and Outload: Integrated Support Command Portsmouth and Operation IRAQI FREEDOM." Joint Center for Operational Analysis and Lessons Learned (JCOA-LL) Bulletin Vol. VI, No. 4 (Sep 2004), pp. 44-50.

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Wilson, J. R. "Coast Guard Expeditionary Forces."  The United States Coast Guard: The Shield of Freedom [ A Government Services Group periodical ] (2004), pp. 42-53.

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Winkler, David F. "From the Quasi-War to CVBGs: Two Hundred Years of USN-USCG Teamwork."  Sea Power (Aug 2001), p. 47.

________.  "Port Security--A Mission Renewed."  Sea Power 45, No. 8 (Aug 2002), p. 27.

Zimmerman, Dwight Jon. "Maritime Mobility." The United States Coast Guard: The Shield of Freedom [ A Government Services Group periodical ] (2004), pp. 148-155.


Books & Government Publications:

Baker, A. D., III.  "The Sea War."  In Operation Iraqi Freedom, pp. 60-69.  Tampa, FL: Faircount, 2003.

Capelotti, Peter. Rogue Wave: The Coast Guard and September 11. Washington, DC: GPO, 2004.


Dissertations, Theses, and other unpublished works:

Bowen, Gary R. "Is it Time to Designate Coast Guard Special Operations Forces?"  Master of Military Art and Science Thesis,  U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, KS; 17 June 2004.

Nelson, Thomas G. "When Does the Coast Guard's Flag Come Forward?"  Master of Military Art and Science Thesis,  U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, KS; 17 June 2004.

"The U.S. Coast Guard: A Unique National Security Instrument." Naval War College Thesis, June 1993.


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