U.S. Coast Guard Aviation

Historical Bibliography


Articles

"Above and Beyond." Naval Aviation Museum Foundations 12 (Spring 1991), p. 30.

"Across the Nation! [ Transcontinental Flight by Coast Guard ]."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (May 1935), pp. 1, 20.

"[ AEROSTAT ]: More Than Just a Balloon." Commandant's Bulletin #7-70 (July 1990), pp. 12-13.

"AIREYE Designed for New Aircraft." Commandant's Bulletin #34-80 (Aug 18 1980), p. 3.

"AIREYE Wind Tunnel Tests Finished." Commandant's Bulletin #4-82 (Jan 25 1982), pp. 4-5.

"Air Facility at San Juan Commissioned." The Bulletin (June 1950), p. 144.

"Air-Sea Rescue Agency Assigned to Coast Guard." The Bulletin (Oct 1944), pp. 148-149.

"Air-Sea Rescue Agency Taking Shape at HQ."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1944), pp. 26-28.

"Air Station Borinquen." Commandant's Bulletin #21-80 (May 19 1980), p. 7.

"Air Sta Brooklyn H-65 Helicopter Crashes." Commandant's Bulletin (Nov 1993), p. 5.

"Air Station Corpus Christi Retires Last C-131." Commandant's Bulletin (Apr 29 1983), p. 8.

[Air Station San Francisco Commissioning Photos]. Coast Guard Magazine 14 No. 5 (Mar 1941), p. 4.

[Air Station San Francisco] "Frisco Air Unit."  Coast Guard Magazine 14 No. 3 (Jan 1941), p. 148.

[Air Station] "New Orleans Saves 1500th!" Commandant's Bulletin #16-80 (Apr 14 1980), p. 3.

"Air Station, New York, N.Y." Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1937), pp. 6, 27.

[Air Station St. Petersburg] "U.S.C.G. Air Station St. Petersburg, Florida."  Coast Guard Magazine 14 No. 3 (Jan 1941), p. 42.

"Air Sta Sitka Crew Saves Fourteen [ 25 April 1985 rescue off British Columbia ]." Commandant's Bulletin (June 7 1985), p. 7.

"The Aircraft Repair and Supply Base." Coast Guard Engineers Digest 58 (Sep-Oct 1949), pp. 23-32.

"Aircraft Repair, Supply Base [Elizabeth City, NC] 'Big Time' Operation." Coast Guard Bulletin V, 7 (Jan 1950), pp. 225-228.

________. The Bulletin (Mar 1950), pp. 395-399.

"Aircraft Accident Review: HH-52A Crash Into Mountain in IFR Conditions." Flight-Lines: The U.S. Coast Guard Safety Newsletter (Feb 1966), pp. 6-13.

"Aircraft Accident Review: HH-52A Night Offshore Crash [May 1966]." Flight-Lines: The U.S. Coast Guard Safety Newsletter (Aug/Sep 1967), pp. 13-16.

"Aircraft Accident Review: Low Level Mountain Search [ HU-16 ]." Flight-Lines: The U.S. Coast Guard Safety Newsletter (Oct 1968), pp. 15-16.

"AIRCRAFT / COAST GUARD."  Almanac of Seapower (2002), pp. 213-214.

"Aircraft Operations at Sea: Admiral Waesche, Commandant, on 9 August, 1939, Released the Following Information."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Sep 1939), p. 5.

"Aircraft Prove of Value." Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1927), p. 24.

"Aireye Sees All." Commandant's Bulletin (June 26 1987), pp. 16-17.

Alam, Carl & Charles Greco. "Coast Guard Aviation Gets New Look." Naval Institute Proceedings 129 (Aug 2003), pp. 41-43.

"The Ancient Albatross [ Award ]." Flight-Lines: The U.S. Coast Guard Safety Newsletter (Sep/Oct 1971), p. 10.

Anderton, Dave. "Dolphin Deployment." Commandant's Bulletin (May 23, 1986), p. 6.

Andrews, Hal. "HOS-1." Naval Aviation News 77 (Nov-Dec 1994), pp. 22-23.

________. "Naval Aircraft: UF-2 Albatross." Naval Aviation News (Dec 1981), pp. 20-21.

"AR&SC HC-130 Modification Program." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest 24-227 (Summer 1985), pp. 4-5.

"At [ AIRSTA ] Elizabeth City."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1939), pp. 22-23.

________. [ Contract for construction ]" U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1939), p. 9.

"At Floyd Bennett Field [ PH-2 SAR case / F/V Rio Douro, 1 April 1939 ]."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (May 1939), p. 8.

"At [ AIRSTA ] Salem, Mass. [ PJ-1 SAR case / F/V Gertrude Palmer ]."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (May 1939), p. 24.

"Attempted Rescue Ends In Tragedy [ AIRSTA North Bend's HH-52A CGNR-1353  crashed on 14 November 1981, killing CAPT Frank W. Olson, Commanding Officer of Group North Bend ]." Commandant's Bulletin (Nov 23 1981), p. 4.

"Authorized in 1916, But No Funds to Operate, Coast Guard Aviation has Come a Long Way."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1956), pp. 13-17, 38-39, 42-43.

"Autogiro [ at Cape May ]."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1937), p. 8.

"Aviation in the Coast Guard. 29 August 1938 Marks Twenty-Second Anniversary of Coast Guard Aviation."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (June 1938), pp. 1-2.

"Aviation Conference [ at CG HQ ]."   U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1939), p. 10.

________. ________.  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1939), p. 33.

"Aviation Detachment Guantanamo." Commandant's Bulletin #19-82 (Aug 16 1982), pp. 22-24.

"Aviation Headquarters Personnel.' Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1942), p. 45.

"Aviation Notes: Crash of Coast Guard Airplane V." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest: AVIATION NOTES (Oct 1941), p. 1.

"Aviation Notes: Flight Report [ J4F-1, V-198 ]." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest: AVIATION NOTES (Jan 1942), pp. 1-2.

"Aviation Notes: J4F-1 Airplanes." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest: AVIATION NOTES (Aug 1941), p. 4.

"Aviation Unit, Base Nine, Cape May, N. J." Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1929), p. 10.

"AVTRACEN Adds Flight Simulator." Commandant's Bulletin (Dec 20 1982), p. 21.

Bandos, Doug. "The USCG’s Last NAP." Naval Aviation News (May-June 1983), pp. 40-41.

Barrow, Jess C.  "Arctic Patrol [ VP-6 ]."  Naval Aviation Museum Foundation  14, No. 1 (Spring 1993), pp. 76-81.

________. "VP Coast Guard Style." Naval Aviation News (May-June 1983), pp. 32-35.

Baumann, Eugene P. "A Big Bear at Little Goat Lake."  Naval Aviation Museum Foundation (Spring 1999), pp. 103-105.

________. "A Day and a Half in Alaska."  Naval Aviation Museum Foundation 20 (Fall 1999), pp. 24-27.

Beard, Barrett T. "The Battle of Port Angeles."  Naval Aviation Museum Foundation 20 (Fall 1999), pp. 16-20.

________.  "Captain's Spirit: The Birth of Coast Guard Aviation."  Naval Aviation Museum  Foundation (Spring 2001), pp. 86-95.*9

________.  "The First Mission."  Naval Aviation Museum Foundation (Spring 1991), pp. 100-105.

________. "Flying Goats in Greece."  Naval Aviation Museum Foundation (Fall 1998), pp. 68-73.

________. "Ocean Express." Naval Aviation Museum Foundation (Spring 2004), pp. 98-103.

________. "Score: C-130 - 1; MIG-21 - 0."  Flight Journal Magazine (Aug 2003), pp. 58-64.

________. "U.S. Coast Guard Aviation History Highlights." In Association of Naval Aviation.  Paducah, KY: Turner Publishing Company, 2003, pp. 25-30.

"Bids Opened and Contracts Awarded." Coast Guard Bulletin I, 19 (Jan 1941), p. 152.

Bilderback, Ken. "Cigars and Rough Water." Naval Aviation News 77 (Nov-Dec 1994), pp. 18-20.

Billard, Frederick Chamberlayne. "The Commissioning of the New Antares. [ PJ-1 ]"  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (July 1932), p. 16.

Blando, Steve. "Coast Guard Commissions First Flight Officers." Commandant's Bulletin (June 5 1987), pp. 22-23.

________. "E-City Rescue Swimmer Program." Commandant's Bulletin (Nov 20, 1987), pp. 24-25.

Blow, Lisa. "End of an Amphibious Age: The Last HH-3F Pelican..." Commandant's Bulletin (Aug 1994), p. 13.

Browning, Robert M.  "The Eyes and Ears of the Convoy: The Development of the Helicopter as an Anti-Submarine Weapon."  Air Power History 40, No. 2 (Summer 1993), pp. 30-37.

Bryant, Lionel. "75 Years of Flight..." Commandant's Bulletin (Aug 1991), pp. 32-37.

Butler, John R. "Coast Guard Choppers to the Rescue." Boating (Aug 1968), pp. 41-43, 68-72.

"C3I East." Commandant's Bulletin (May 1989), pp. 1-3.

Capelotti, P.J.  "Anti-Sub Patrols: Enlisted Aviator Brought Down the Only German U-boat Sunk by Coast Guard Aircraft." Commandant's Bulletin (July 1992), pp. 20-21.

________.  "The CG's Fleet of 'Flying Boats.'"  Commandant's Bulletin (July 1992), p. 21.

Campbell, Marie E. "All in a Day's Work?" The Bulletin (Mar-Apr 1964), pp. 143-146.

Cady, Veronica. "Coast Guardsmen Remembered [ E2C Crew ]." Coast Guard (Oct 1990), p. 16.

"Captain Kossler Was Pioneer with Helicopters."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1946), p. 49.

Carey, A.M. "Coast Guard Aviation in the Sixties." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest No. 152 (Jul-Aug-Sep, 1966), pp. 6-10.

________. "Two Steps Ahead With the HU2S-1G." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest No. 134 (May-Jun, 1962), pp. 18-21.

"Carolina Jayhawk Stretches Sea Legs to Bermuda." Sikorsky Lifeline (Spring/Summer 1994), p. 7.

Cartwright, Edna. "They're Shooting High."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Oct 1940), pp. 13, 21.

"The Case for the Flying Boat."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Oct 1951), pp. 11-13.

"Celebrating National Women's History Month, the first all-female crew of an HH-60 Jayhawk . . . LTJG Katie Howard, AT3 Marci Day and LT Patti McFetridge, all of Air Station Clearwater,  . . ."" Commandant's Bulletin (July 1995), p. 22.

"Cdr. Erickson Logs 2,684 Miles in 10 Days Flight." Coast Guard Bulletin V, 4 (Oct 1949), p. 198.

"CG Helicopter Makes 3,750 Miles in 57.6 Hours." Coast Guard Bulletin IV, 11 (May 1949), p. 130.

"CG Helicopter Pioneer [ Frank Erickson ] Makes 1500th Landing Aboard CGC Valiant." Commandant's Bulletin (Sep 13 1974), p. 11.

"C.G. Helicopter in Unprecedented Arctic Rescue."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (June 1945), pp. 93-96.

"CGAS Highlights: An Introduction to Coast Guard Air Station Puerto Rico."  Coast Guard Flight Lines (Jan/Feb 1972), pp. 21-22.

"CGAS Hightlights: Chicago Air." Coast Guard Flight Lines (Nov/Dec 1971), p. 32.

Chapline, W. E. "The Case for the Fixed Wing." The Bulletin (Apr 1948), pp. 18-19.

________. "Towing Seaplanes." The Bulletin (July 1948), pp. 91-93.

"Charleston Air Station."   U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1939), p. 29.

Cihelka, Carolyn. "Aviators Judge New [ HH-60J ] Jayhawk." Commandant's Bulletin (Feb 1992), pp. 34-37.

________. "CG Looks Ahead to Multi-Mission Aircraft [New EC-130V plane undergoes 11-month operational evaluation]." Commandant's Bulletin (Dec 1991), p. 13.

________. "Duct Tape & Bailing Wire.  The Coast Guard's C-130 Fleet is in Trouble." Coast Guard (Mar 2000), pp. 8-13.

________. "Testers Rate New Helo [ HH-60J ] as Shipshape." Commandant's Bulletin (Mar 1992), pp. 3-5.

Clark, E.F. "Archangel to Arlington. Former Russian Imperial Flight Officer Laid to Rest Among the Brave as Coast Guard Chief Petty Officer."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1930), p. 6.

Cilley, Davin R. "What is a Coast Guard Aeronaut [ Aerostat Program ]." Commandant's Bulletin (Mar 13 1987), pp. 20-21.

"The Coast Guard." Flying LII (Mar 1953), pp. 92-93.

"Coast Guard Acquiring New Planes [JRF-2]." Coast Guard Bulletin I, 18 (Dec 1940), p. 146.

"The Coast Guard in the Air; Aircraft Prove of Value."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1927), p. 24.

"Coast Guard Aircraft Active on War Assignments."  Coast Guard Bulletin  II, 4 (Oct 1942), pp. 39-40.

"Coast Guard Aircraft Designation."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (July 1932), p. 41.

"Coast Guard [ PB1-G ] Assists in Map-Making." The Bulletin (Aug 1949), p. 92.

"Coast Guard Aviation." Naval Aviation News (May-June 1983), p. 1.

"Coast Guard Aviation and the Present War."  Coast Guard Bulletin  I, 33 (Mar 1942), pp. 262-264; I, 34 (Apr 1942), pp. 271-273.

"Coast Guard Aviation and the War." The Bulletin (Feb 1943), pp. 129-134.

"Coast Guard Aviation is Maintaining Its Tradition of Life Saving."  Flying  XXXII (Feb 1943), pp. 114-116.

"Coast Guard Aviation Has Played a Leading Role in Anti-Submarine Warfare."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine  (Oct 1943), p. 55.

"Coast Guard Aviation Pays Off."   U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1945), pp. 18-19.

"Coast Guard Aviators: Help Takes to the Air." Profile XX (Mar 1977), pp. 3-5.

"Coast Guard Buying New Amphibious Helicopter [ HUS2S-1G ]." The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1962), pp. 22-23.

"Coast Guard Closes El Paso Air Station." Coast Guard Bulletin I, 7 (Jan 1940), p. 48.

"Coast Guard Conjures 'CASPER' [C-130 Airborne Sensor with Palletized Electronic Reconnaissance]." The Bulletin 62, No. 3 (June 2003), p. 30.

"Coast Guard to Get 16 Army B-17's for Air-Sea Rescue Work." The Bulletin (May 1946), pp. 66-67.

"Coast Guard Gets New Airplane: Martin 4-0-4's."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1953), p. 39.

"Coast Guard Grows Wings to Save Life at Sea." Popular Mechanics 65, No. 4 (Apr 1936), p. 497.

"Coast Guard Helicopter..."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (June 1944), pp. 10-11.

"Coast Guard Helicopter Again to the Rescue." The Bulletin (May 1947), pp. 81-82.

"Coast Guard Helicopter Crews Receive Honors for SAR [ AIRSTAs Kodiak & Sitka ]." Commandant's Bulletin (Aug 5 1983), pp. 8-9. 

"Coast Guard Helicopters Spread Small Craft Warnings." The Bulletin (Jul-Aug 1957), p. 36.

"Coast Guard and NASA Join in Airship Study." Commandant's Bulletin #20-80 (May 12 1980), p. 9.

"Coast Guard Orders New Helicopters." The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1962), p. 38.

"Coast Guard Pilots Do Rescue Service, Patrol Harbor Approaches, & Escort Coastal and Transocean Convoys."  Flying XXV (Oct 1944), p. 122.

"Coast Guard Plane [ UF-2G ] Sets New Record." The Bulletin (July-Aug 1962), p. 53.

"Coast Guard Planes." Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1929), p. 33.

"Coast Guard Planes Sink Floating Liquor." Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1927), p. 27.

"Coast Guard Recaptures World Air Supremacy Records."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1935), pp. 3-4.

"Coast Guard Relations with PICAO [ Provisional International Civil Aviation Organization ]." The Bulletin (Dec 1946), pp. 282-287.

"The Coast Guard Reviews Its Aviation Needs." Aviation Week and Space Technology CXVI (Mar 29, 1982), pp. 49-50.

"Coast Guard Takes Delivery of New Aircraft [ JRF-2 ]." Coast Guard Bulletin I, 4 (Oct 1939), p. 26.

"Coast Guard Unveils Armed Helo [ HITRON MH-90 Enforcer ]."  Naval Institute Proceedings 127 (Dec 2001), p. 6.

"The Coast Guard Was There [ Kitty Hawk, NC, 1903 ]."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1954), pp. 20-23.

"Coast Guard Will Join Navy in Helicopter Acquisition." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest 24-230 (Summer 1986), p. 7.

"The Coast Guard's Flying Life Boat Antares [PJ-1/2]."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (July 1932), pp. 3, 32-35.

Coffin, E. A.  "After Four Years: Interesting History of Section Base Seven at Gloucester is Record of Achievement."  Coast Guard Magazine  (June 1929), pp. 4-5, 43-48.

Coletti, Phil. "HU-25 Falcon." Naval Aviation News (Nov-Dec 1994), p. 16.

Collins, Helen. "Coast Guard Aviation--65 Years." Naval Aviation News (Sep 1981), pp. 30-37.

Coleman, Joseph. "The Computer and HH3F Helicopter Maintenance." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest No. 194 (Jan-Feb-Mar 1977), pp. 25.

"To Commander Stone [ Congress awards medal for NC-4 flight ]."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (June 1928), p. 16.

[Condrey, Clyde, ACCM (AP)]. "In Memoriam."  Coast Guard Magazine 14 No. 5 (Mar 1941), p. 19.

"Contract Awarded for New Amphibian Planes." Coast Guard Bulletin I, 31 (Jan 1942), pp. 247-248.

"Convoys Planes: The Coast Guard Airplane O-L-3 . . convoyed the airplane Yellow Bird on its unsuccessful trans-Atlantic dash to Paris . . ." Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1929), p. 22.

Cromwell, Robert P. "The 'Land Cat' [ PBY-5A ] Has Its Face Lifted." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest 62 (May-Jun, 1950), pp. 1-4.

Crosby, Charley. "Texas Army Guard Helps Coast Guard Rescue Downed [ USCG ] Helicopter [ HH-52A # CG-1443 ]." Commandant's Bulletin (Mar 4 1983), pp. 20-21.

Crowell, Neal. "AirSta Brooklyn H-65 Helicopter Crashes: A Routine-Maintenance Mission off New Jersey Turns Tragic, Claims Two Pilots' Lives." Commandant's Bulletin (Nov 1993), p. 5.

Cubanski, Edward J., III.  "Coast Guard HITRON -- A Model of Success: New Weapons in the War on Drugs Target Go-Fast Smugglers."  Sea Power 45, No. 8 (Aug 2002), pp. 39-40.

[ Cupples, R. T. ]  "He Flew Egg Crates!"  Coast Guard Magazine (January 1941), p. 38.

[ Cupples, R. T .]  "R. T. (Pop) Cupples, No. 1 Pilot in U.S. Navy in 1906, Instructor of Von Paulsen and E. F. Stone, Now Coast Guardsman at Air Station, St. Petersburg."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Sep 1936), p. 1.

Davis, Russell L. "Turn Lemons Into Lemonade: A Blueprint for Survival [ CAPT Bobby Wilks ]." Commandant's Bulletin #7-82 (Mar 1 1982), pp. 8-9.

"Day of the [ HH-65A ] Dolphin." Professional Pilot (May 1983), pp. 80-81.

"Death Stalks off Barnegat [ Elmer Stone retrieves body of USN J-3 pilot ]."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (May 1933), pp. 2-3.

"To Dedicate New San Francisco Air Station on February 15." Coast Guard Bulletin I, 20 (Feb 1941), p. 155.

Delaney, Marshalena. "50 Years Flying the Last Frontier." Coast Guard (Sep 1997), pp. 26-27.

"Delphi: Long-range Sentry [ AEW C-130 ]." Commandant's Bulletin (Aug 1990), p. 25.

"Developing the Flying Boat."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1948), pp. 18-21.

Dombeck, Deborah A. "Lifesaving the Hard Way." Naval Aviation News (May-June 1983), pp. 20-21.

Dorr, Robert F. "The Ships and Aircraft of the United States Coast Guard." The United States Coast Guard: The Shield of Freedom [ A Government Services Group periodical ] (2004), pp. 182-199.

"Douglas Flying Boats."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (July 1932), pp. 24-25.

Dove, Roger. "The Bayou's Flying Life Guards." United Aircraft Corporation's Bee-Hive (Jan 1960), pp. 30-32.

"Early Coast Guard Fliers."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1941), p. 44.

Easter, C.R. "Helicopter Rescue Capabilities."  The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1962), pp. 15-22.

"Elizabeth City USCG in Action." Wings of Gold 19 (Winter 1994), p. 25.

Emerson, Mike. "Coast Guard Helos: A Call to Arms." Naval Institute Proceedings 125 (Oct 1999), pp. 30-33.

"Engines and Propellers ... Curtiss-Wright Corporation."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (June 1941), pp. 50-51, 65.

English, Richard.  "Seagoing Taxi No. 1: The Coast Guard's Ace Transport From Casablanca to Kwajalein."  Saturday Evening Post (June 24, 1944), pp. 22-23.

"Ensign Jana [sic] Lambine, the Coast Guard's First Woman Pilot. . ." Commandant's Bulletin 12-77 (21 Mar 1977), pp. cover, 2.

"An Era Ends in Coast Guard Aviation [ HH-52 ]." Commandant's Bulletin (Oct 1989), p. 29.

Erickson, Frank A. "Aviation Notes: Aircraft Radio Navigational Equipment." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest: AVIATION NOTES (Nov 1941), pp. 1-6.

________. "Aviation and Safety."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1940), pp. 6, 38-40.

________. "A Brief History of Coast Guard Aviation."  The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1966), pp. 418-427.

________. "Coast Guard Aviation: Helicopters vs. Airplanes."  The Bulletin (July 1947), pp. 193-195.

________. "The Coast Guard Cutter-Helicopter Team."  The Bulletin (Feb 1948), pp. 553-554.

________.________. Coast Guard Engineer's Digest No. 51 (Jul-Aug, 1948), pp. 1-3.

________.  "David and Goliath."   The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1975), pp. 35-36.

________. "Description of Proposed Floating Stabilizer for Helicopters." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest No. 81 (Jul-Aug, 1953), pp. 7-11.

________. "The First Coast Guard Helicopters." Naval Institute Proceedings 107 (July 1981), pp. 62-66.

________. "The First Transatlantic Flight."  The Bulletin (May-June 1977), pp. 18-23.

________. "Helicopter Air-Sea Rescue Developments." Sperryscope X (Jan 1945), pp. 3-6.

________. "Helicopters for the Coast Guard."  The Bulletin (Jan 1944), pp. 168-171.

________.________. Coast Guard Magazine 17 (Feb 1944), pp. 26-27.

________. "Helicopters are Here to Stay!"  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine 19 (Feb 1946), pp. 42-44.

________. "Helicopters vs. Airplanes."  The Bulletin (July 1947), pp. 193-195.

________. "New Helicopter has Novel Feature [ Brantly B-2 ]."  The Bulletin (Sep-Oct 1956), pp. 63-66.

________. "1: A Helicopter Pilot; Fishers of Men (an account of) The Development of Sea-going Helicopters: Introduction."  Flight-Lines: The U.S. Coast Guard Safety Newsletter (Nov/Dec 1971), pp. 18-19.

________. "Role of the Helicopter in the Coast Guard." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest No. 27 (May 1945), pp. 1-5.

________. "Wings of the Coast Guard."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1937), pp. 6-8.

Evans, Ben. "Navy Tug Finds Wreckage of Missing H-65 [ CGNR-6549 ]." Coast Guard (Sep 1997), p. 15.

Evans, G. Russell.  "Coast Guard Aviators and Another Daring Rescue."  The Bulletin (Feb 2001), pp. 15-17.

"Extended Range HH-3F Operations." Commandant's Bulletin (Feb 5 1971), p. 4.

"Eyes for the Coast Guard."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1937), p. 30.7

Farley, J.F. "Role of the Helicopter in the Coast Guard." American Helicopter (Jan 1949), pp. 18-20.

________. "United States Coast Guard Helicopter Program." American Helicopter (Feb 1947).

"Farewell to an Ancient Mariner: Albatross." Naval Aviation News (May-June 1983), pp. 30-31.

Faust, Allen. "The Eventful Flight of [ HH-3 ] CGNR 1438." Commandant's Bulletin #32-80 (Aug 4 1980), pp. 6-9.

Felts, L.N. "Report from Pensacola."  The Bulletin (Mar 1947), pp. 454-457.

"Ferry Flight of the HO3S-1 Helicopter Coast Guard No. 234." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest No. 57 (Jul-Aug, 1949), pp. 1-5.

"A Few of the Duties Which Coast Guard Seaplanes Have to Perform." Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1927), p. 24.

"First Flying Corpsmen [ to be designated as aircrewmember ]." Commandant's Bulletin (Sep 21 1981), p. 3.

"First Coast Guard Aviation Group Assembled in 1916 at Pensacola, Florida."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Oct 1945), p. 51.

"First Dolphins [ first HH-65s were assigned to AIRSTA New Orleans ]." Commandant's Bulletin (June 21 1985), p. 2.

"First of New Helicopters [ HH3F ] are Operational." Commandant's Bulletin (Apr 11 1969), p. 9.

"First Rescue by HH3F Helicopter." Commandant's Bulletin (Apr 4 1969), pp. 3-4.

"First of Ten Grumman Amphibian Planes Delivered." Coast Guard Bulletin I, 26 (Aug 1941), p. 208.

"The First Transport Helicopter, the Piasecki HRP-1..."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1948), p. 32.

"Five Coast Guardsmen Killed in Two Air Crashes." Coast Guard Bulletin VIII, 6 (Dec 1952), p. 135.

"Five Decades of Airborne Samaritans."  Naval Aviation News (Aug 1966), pp. 6-9.

"[ 5,000th helicopter landing ] An HH-52 lands on Dependable's deck marking the 5,000th helicopter landing on board the ship .  .  ." Commandant's Bulletin #9-82 (Mar 29 1982), p. 15.

"Fixed-Wing Pilot Crisis." Coast Guard (Mar 2000), p. 13.

Flesh, M.W. "The HH3F at CGAS New Orleans."  The Bulletin (Sep-Oct 1969), pp. 32-35.

"Flew Atlantic [ Elmer Stone ]."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1930), p. 10; (July 1932), p. 18; (Jan 1933), p. 17.

"Flight Training: A Trio of U.S. Coast Guard Officers Instruct American and British Fliers in Seagoing Aeronautics at Navy's Great Air Station, Pensacola, Fla.  Exclusive Interview Reveals Efficiency of Abbreviated Course." U. S. Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1942), pp. 26-27, 69.

"Flight Training."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1942), pp. 26-27, 69.

"FLIR [ Forward Looking Infrared ] Tested in California." Commandant's Bulletin (Nov 24 1980), p. 5.

"Florida Air Rescue Proves Value of Planes."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1933), p. 22.

"Flying Boats Get New De-Icing Equipment."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1948), p. 10.

"'Flying Lifeboat' Retired on Intrepid." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest 25-233 (Fall 1987/Winter 1988), p. 11.

"'Flying Valets' [ PBYs ] of the Coast Guard."  The Bulletin (Aug 1949), p. 93.

"For the Coast Guard's Air Fleet, A New Amphibian Plane, the Altair CG-52. . ."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Sep 1932), p. 22.

"Four Dead In Helo Crash [ AIRSTA Mobile's HH-52A CG-1427 on 22 October 1981 ]." Commandant's Bulletin (Nov 9 1981), p. 6.

Franklin, Phil. "Sitka Helicopter [ HH-52A CGNR-1460 ] Rescues 14." Commandant's Bulletin #20-80 (May 12 1980), p. 3.

French, David. "CG 6549 Wreckage Recovered." Coast Guard (Oct 1997), p. 5.

"The Future of Coast Guard Aviation." Naval Aviation News (Nov-Dec 1994), p. 10-18.

Gaston, Herbert E.; Assistant Secretary of the Treasury. "The Coast Guard in Aviation: A Colorful Review of the Past and the Present."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1941), p. 6.

"Getting the Story Straight: Correct Account of V-147 Mishap [ on 18 July 1939 ] and Death of Pilot [ Fred E. ] Schweining."   U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Sep 1939), p. 6.

Gibson, J. L. "CG Astronaut [ CDR Bruce E. Melnick ] Makes Historic Space Flight." Commandant's Bulletin (Aug 1992), pp. 4-5.

"'Go Fast' Boats Better Watch Out." The Bulletin (Apr 2000), p. 25.

Graham, Stewart R.  "Helicopters and Sonar Detection of Submarines: The Early Years."  Silver Eagles Association The Scuttlebutt   24 (July 1992), pp. 18-19.

Grant, J.V. "New Technology [ TALON ] for Helicopters." Commandant's Bulletin (Mar 1989), p. 15.

"Grantham, Officer! [ LT Robert L. Grantham killed in aircraft crash on 6 April 1939 ]."  U. S. Coast Guard Magazine (May 1939), p. 5.

"Great Lakes Aerial Survey: Lieutenant A. E. Harned and Crew Co-ordinate Survey Flights With Mercy Flights." Coast Guard Magazine 14 No. 3 (Jan 1941), p. 22.

"Greater Love Hath No Man... [ John Pritchard ]." The Bulletin Centennial Issue (1976), p. 39.

Greenway, Sean. "Coast Guard Aircraft Pictorial." Air Classics XVII (Mar 1981), pp. 24-33.

Gross, William G. "The Autogiro in Aviation; Engineers Perfect the Autogiro and Foresee its Adoption by the Coast Guard Air Force."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Oct 1941), pp. 36-38.

"Grumman Amphibian (UF-1G) is Newest Coast Guard Plane for Search and Rescue." Coast Guard Bulletin VII, 1 (July 1951), pp. 14-15.

"Grumman Amphibians."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1947), p. 27.

"Grumman JRF-2 [ CG accepts delivery ]."   U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1929), p. 29.

"Grumman Produces New Amphibian Utility Plane [ XJR2F ]."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1948), p. 13.

Haley, Alex. "He Gave Us Wings [ Commander Elmer F. Stone, USCG ]."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (July 1949), pp. 16-18.

Hall, Norman B. "Coast Guarding the Air."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1931), pp. 10-12.

________. "In the Air. U.S. Coast Guard Shows Remarkable Aviation Progress as Need of Further Flight Development is Manifest."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (May 1929), pp. 6-7.

"Hanger Completed [ AIRSTA Traverse City ]." Commandant's Bulletin #14-80 (Mar 31 1980), p. 21.

"Harbor Patrol."   U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1942), pp. 35-37.

Hargett, Doug. "The Conclusion of Coast Guard Air Station Naples, Italy." Coast Guard Flight Lines (Mar/Apr 1972), pp. 22-23.

Harris, Russ [ as told to PACS Lou Parris ].  "Mayday, Mayday: [HH-52] CG 1442's Last Flight."  Commandant's Bulletin (Feb 27 1987), pp. 7-9.

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.

Hartman, J.D. "The Crash of HC-130H, CGNR 1600."  The Bulletin (Mar-Apr 1984), pp. 22-27.

Hartman, Robert C. "Memorials Reflect Coast Guard Aviation History [ AIRSTA St. Petersburg / Clearwater ]." Commandant's Bulletin (May 27 1983), p. 21.

Harvey, Frank L. "The New Coast Guard: They Fly to the Rescue." Argosy (Aug 1952), pp. 22-24, 94-98.

Hayes, W.M. "The Ancient Albatross."  The Bulletin (Mar-Apr 1978), pp. 28-29.

"HC-130B Procurement Program Completed."  The Bulletin (Mar-Apr 1963), p. 64.

"He Flew Egg Crates!" [ R. T. Cupples ]  Coast Guard Magazine (January 1941), p. 38.

Hedgecock, Maurice T. "From Jenny's to Jets." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest 140 (Jul-Aug-Sep, 1963), pp. 2-4.

"The Helicopter."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1943), pp. 12-15.

"The Helicopter Comes of Age."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1950), p. 31.

"Helicopter Shipboard Landings." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest No. 62 (May-June 1950), pp. 5.

"Helicopter Substitutes for Line Throwing Gun." Proceedings of the Merchant Marine Council 4 (May 1947), p. 86.

"Helo [ HH-3F CGNR-1484 & Dallas; first successful in-flight refueling ] Refueled In-Flight." Commandant's Bulletin (Aug 10 1981), p. 7.

Hemberger, Ken.  "Coast Guard Carries on Traditions with HRP's."  Piasecki Helicopter Corporation Tandemeer Vol. 3, No. 5 (June, 1949), pp. 1-3, 6.

Henderson, D.B. "Aviators at Sea."  The Bulletin (May-June 1961), pp. 72-76.

"Heritage [ NC-4 & Elmer F. Stone ]." Proceedings of the Marine Safety Council (Nov-Dec, 1976), p. 195.

"HH-3F Avionics Information." Commandant's Bulletin (July 25 1969), pp. 6, Suppl. No. 10.

"HH-52A Auxiliary Flotation Equipment."  The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1964), p. 515.

"HH-60J Aircraft." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest 25-233 (Fall 1987/Winter 1988), p. 7.

"High Hoist Procedures."  The Bulletin (Mar-Apr 1964), pp. 182-183.

"Highest Flight Honors: Lieutenant Commander F. A. Leamy, Lieutenants C. B. Olsen and R. L. Burke, U.S.C.G., Coast Guard Aviators, Who Wear Nation's Great Flight Decoration [ Distinguished Flying Cross ]."   U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1939), pp. 6-7.

"Highlights of USCG Activities with HRP's."  Piasecki Helicopter Corporation Tandemeer Vol. 3, No. 5 (June, 1949), p. 8.

Hillier, Darrell. "Sub-Arctic Ordeal: United States Coast Guard to the Rescue [Canso crash, 1945; LT August Kleisch, USCG, Sikorsky HNS]."  50, No. 1 Canadian Aviation Historical Society Journal(Spring 2012), pp. 26-40.

"Hindenburg and Spica [ Coast Guard plane escorts the Hindenburg ]."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (July 1936), p. 4.

"History of Coast Guard Aviation."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1954), pp. 14-17.

Hockman, Lee J. "Coast Guard Air Search and Rescue." Profile 25 (Apr 1982), pp. 12-15.

Hodges, William R., Jr. "From Aztec Shore to Arctic Zone." Wings of Gold II (Winter 1977), pp. 18-21.

Hoffman, Richard A. "Marlins in the Coast Guard." Marlin Mariner Association Newsletter 22, No. 3 (Mar 2005), pp. 1-4.

Hollemon, K.C. "The Aviator's Aviator May Soon Be a Dodo." The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1981), pp. 36-39.

Hughes, David. "Coast Guard Weighs Replacing Troubled Textron Lycoming Engines." Aviation Week & Space Technology 130, No. 20 (May 15 1989), pp. 19-20.

"How the Coast Guard Solved the Lifting Problem."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1945), p. 28.

Howes, J.E., Jr. "New Coast Guard Wings. Famous Wasp Engines Will Furnish Power for Five New U.S.C.G. Planes."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1931), p. 5.

Hull, Harris B. " With [ Elmer ] Stone in the Sirius Over Barnegat."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (May 1933), pp. 9, 29.

Hunnewell, F.A. "The Value of Foresight. Cutter Chelan Demonstrates the Need of Coast Guard Equipment for Rendering Aid to Aircraft."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1930), p. 12.

Hynes, Thomas J. "Helicopter Flight and Terminologies." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest No. 77 (Nov-Dec, 1952), pp. 51-55.

"Improved Life Raft Facilities on PB1G Airplanes." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest No. 59 (Nov-Dec, 1949), pp. 15-17.

"In the Air with the Coast Guard."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (May 1935), pp. 4, 6; (Aug 1935), pp. 20-21; (June 1938), pp. 22, 34.

"In the Coast Guard Air Service." Coast Guard Magazine (May 1929), p. 18.

"In Coast Guard Planes [ Hamilton Standard Controllable Pitch Propellers ]."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (May 1935), p. 19.

"In Memoriam [LT W. L. Clemmer & AMM2C (Aviation Pilot) John Raden, killed in a crash of AIRSTA Brooklyn's PH-2, V-164, off New York on 16 July 1939]."   U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Sep 1939), p. 9.

"International Speed and Altitude Marks Smashed by Sikorsky R-5."  The Bulletin (Aug 1946), pp. 136-137.

"Inventory of U.S. Naval Airpower." American Aviation XXII (Oct 20, 1958), pp. 24-31.

Jascur, Stacey Jaudon. "Training for the Sky [ Coast Guard pilot training ]." Commandant's Bulletin (Apr 13 1984), pp. 20-21.

"Jayhawk Deliveries at Halfway Mark." Sea Power (Aug 1992), pp. 45-46.

"Jayhawk Stretches Sea Legs in Join Coast Guard-Navy Rescue." Sikorsky Lifeline (Nov 1993), p. 3.

"Jeeps of the Air [ Grumman J2F6 ]."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Oct 1944), p. 14.

Jenkins, William. "A New Dimension of Coast Guard Aviation." Naval Aviation News (May-June 1983), pp. 6-7.

"Jet [HU-25A Guardian] Flies First Rescue." Proceedings of the Marine Safety Council 40 (Jan 1983), p. 6.

Kandebo, Stanley W. "Coast Guard Orders Operation Limits on HH-65As Following Engine Failure." Aviation Week & Space Technology 132, No. 2 (Jan 8 1990), pp. 28-29.

________. "Lycoming to Pay U.S. $17.9 Million in LTS-101 Performance Settlement." Aviation Week & Space Technology 133, No. 3 (July 16 1990), pp. 24-25.

________. "USCG To Test HH-65 NVG-Compatible Cockpit." Aviation Week & Space Technology 139, No. 16 (Oct 18 1993), pp. 75-77.

Kaplan, Hymen R. "Half a Century of Coast Guard Wings." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest No. 152 (Jul-Aug-Sep, 1966), pp. 2-6.

"Killed in Plane Crash Near Alpine, Texas, 6 April 1939 [ Robert L. Grantham ]."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (May 1939), p. 5.

Kalyer, Robert J. "Training Coast Guard Pilots."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1943), pp. 34-35.

Kennedy, Mark M. "Night Vision Goggles: A New Tool for an Old Mission." Commandant's Bulletin (June 26, 1987), pp. 26-29.

Kolk, Glenn G. "The WMEC Helicopter Team Goes to Sea."  The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1971), pp. 6-10.

Kolyer, Robert J. "Flying the Windmills." U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1944), pp. 35-37.

Kossler,, W.J. "Aviation Engineering: Direct from Headquarters to the Men of the Coast Guard."  Coast Guard Magazine 14 No. 3 (Jan 1941), p. 16.

________. "The Helicopter."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1943), pp. 12-15.

Kreiler, Christopher G. "Aeronautical Engineering." Commandant's Bulletin (Dec 10, 1987), pp. 31-33.

Krietemeyer, George E. "Coast Guard Aviation Exhibit in the Museum of Naval Aviation."  The Bulletin (Feb-Mar 1990), pp. 18-20.

________."Where Have all the Albatross Gone?"   The Bulletin (May/June 1976), pp. 20-23.

________., & Ronald L. Walters. "How Far Do We Go?"  The Bulletin (Jan/Feb 1982), pp. 18-21.

Kroll, Charles.  "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 (Spring 1994), pp. 44-46.

________.  "Elmer Stone: Aviation Pioneer."  Foundation (Fall 1991).

________. "History Lesson: CAPT George F. Thometz, Jr., '45: Co-founder of the Ancient Order of the Pterodactyl, Thometz set many records in CG aviation history." The Bulletin (?), pp. 78, 80.

________. "History Lesson: LCDR Donald L. Prince '56: 'A sharp, cool-headed pilot,' who saved 18 lives before losing his own on December 22, 1964.'" The Bulletin 73, No. 3 (June 2011), pp. 76. 78, 80.

________. "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).

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

"Labrador Rescue with Helicopter." Air-Sea Rescue Bulletin 11 (May 1945), pp. 2-10.

"Largest Flying Boat [ Martin PBM ]."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1942), p. 28.

Leamy, F. A. "C.G. Aviation News."  Coast Guard Magazine 14 No. 7 (May 1941), p. 47.

________. "Aviation Operations."  Coast Guard Magazine 14 No. 3 (Jan 1941), p. 17.

Lee, Christopher L. "Evolution of the Guardian." Commandant's Bulletin #24-82 (Oct 25 1982), pp. 18-19.

________. "Guardian on Station." Naval Aviation News (May-June 1983), pp. 24-27.

"Lt. C.M. Perrott, Chief Radioman W.O. Morris and Aviation Mach. Mate W.D. Eubank Killed When Plane Plunges into Tampa Bay, June 15, 1936."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1936), pp. 6-7, 24.

"Lieutenant (j.g.) [ Robert L. ] Grantham Killed While on Airplane Flight Over Texas."  The Bulletin (Apr 1939), p. 4.

"Lieutenant Stewart Graham Setting Fast Pace in Coast Guard Helicopter History."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (June 1949), pp. 23, 37.

Lloyd, Edward. "About Coast Guard Flying."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (July 1940), pp. 10-11.

________.  "They Made it!  The Story of a Great Mercy Flight."   U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1938), pp. 10-12.

Lombardo, J.P. "Coast Guard Retires Last Seaplane [ HU-16E # CGNR-7250 ]." Proceedings of the Marine Safety Council 40 (Apr/May 1983), p. 83.

________. "Last of the Military's Amphibians Retires [ HU-16E # CGNR-7250 ]." Commandant's Bulletin (Apr 11 1983), pp. 20-23.

"Long Range Command and Control Aircraft [ C-20B Gulfstream III ]." Naval Aviation News 77 (Nov-Dec 1994), p. 12.

"Lost in Texas Crash [LT P.S. Lyons, ENS C.H. Teague & AMM1c R. H. Germaine on 20 December 1938]."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1939), p. 23.

Lutton, Thos. C. "Up Up and Away: A Coast Guard Aviator Tells it 'Like It Is' 15 Years From Now."  The Bulletin (May-June 1969), pp. 32-40.

"Luxury Life Raft." Mechanix Illustrated 39, No. 5 (Mar 1948), pp. 111-112.

"Maintenance, Handling and Operational Observations as a Result of Helicopter Flights from the CUTTER MACKINAW." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest 51 (Jul-Aug, 1948), pp. 3-4.

MacDiarmid, D.B. "The Seaplane in the U.S. Coast Guard." Society of Automotive Engineers Journal LIX (Aug 1951), pp. 56-57.

"Manufacturers of Helicopter Tell of Plane's Abilities and Limitations."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1946), pp. 26-27.

McCullough, Trudi.  "Jeeps of the Air. [ J2F-6 ]" U.S. Coast Guard Magazine  (Oct 1944), p. 14.

McGuffin, G.R. "The Future of Coast Guard Aviation." Naval Aviation News 77 (Nov-Dec 1994), pp. 10-11.

McNatt, Hermann S. "The USCG VTOL Inventory--Now and Tomorrow." Vertiflite (Mar 1968), pp. 23-24.

"It's Worth a Fly. . .Could the Coast Guard Used Armed Helicopters? [ MD-902 Boeing Explorer ]" Coast Guard (Mar 1999), pp. 8-9.

Mecham, Michael. "E-2C Aircraft are Key to Coast Guard’s Anti-drug Smuggling Operations." Aviation Week & Space Technology 130, No. 5 (Jan 30 1989), pp. 37-39.

"Meet the Aviation Radioman."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Sep 1950), pp. 14-15.

"In Memory of Captain William J. Kossler (’21)."  The Bulletin (Jan 1946), pp. 330-331.

"Mercy Flight [ AIRSTA Salem, LCDR Frank Leamy, pilot ]."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1938), p. 9.

"Mercy Plane Crash [ Hall PH-2, V-164, 16 July 1939 ]."   U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1939), p. 21.

Messeder, T. A. "Air Station Elizabeth City Air Crewmen Take Part in Airship Study." Commandant's Bulletin (Sep 30 1983), p. 11.

"Miami Missions—Coast Guard Air." Wings of Gold 18 (Fall 1993), pp. 18-21.

Midgett, Randy.  "Shooting Star: NASA Selects Second Coast Guardsman to Go Vertical [ LCDR Daniel Burbank ]."  Coast Guard (Aug 1996), pp. 38-41.

Miller, James Nevin. "Air War on Modern Moonshiners." Mechanics Illustrated 40 (Nov 1948), pp. 86-89.

Miller, Scott A. "Coast Guard Establishes New Air Wing [ Coast Guard Air Interdiction Facility ]." Commandant's Bulletin (Feb 27 1987), pp. 6.

Milliken, Mike. "Coast Guardsman [ Bruce E. Melnick chosen for NASA astronaut program ] in Space." Commandant's Bulletin (June 26 1987), pp. 8-11.

________. ________.  Proceedings of the Marine Safety Council 44 (Dec 1987), pp. 288-289.

________. "First USCG Astronaut [ Bruce E. Melnick ]." Commandant's Bulletin (June 26, 1987), pp. 8-11.

Milnes, Petey. "Introducing the Coast Guard's New Coastal Surveillance Work Horse [RU-38A]." Commandant's Bulletin (Oct 1995), p. 8.

"Modern Aircraft Radio Equipment."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Oct 1933), pp. 19-20.

Montgomery, John. "Theory of Flight of Sikorsky Helicopters." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest No. 86 (May-Jun, 1954), pp. 22-27.

Moore, John B. "Homemade Helo Hooker." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest 27-239 (Summer 1989), pp. 18-19.

"More Than Just a Balloon." [ AEROSTAT ] Commandant's Bulletin #7-70 (July 1990), pp. 12-13.

"More Wings are Needed: Progress of Aerial Travel Makes Expansion of Coast Guard Aviation Imperative."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine Vol. 3, No. 12 (Oct 1930), p. 10.

Moreth, Ed. "Coast Guard WWII Grumman Goose Found." Commandant's Bulletin (Oct 24 1987), pp. 26-27.

________.________. Proceedings of the Marine Safety Council 45 (Jan 1988), pp. 17-18.

Morris, Ted A. "The Coast Guard and the [ PBY ] Catalina." Naval Aviation Museum Foundation Magazine 13, No. 2 (Fall 1992), pp. 20-25.

________. "USCG PBY-5A 48314." Air Combat (???), pp. 42-46, 66-67.

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

Muller, Rich. "Jayhawk Chalks Up Its First SAR." Commandant's Bulletin (Feb 1991), p. 39.

Murphy, Jeff. "HH-65A Crashes, Kills Four Members." Commandant's Bulletin (Oct 1994), p. 6.

Nalty, Bernard C. and Truman R. Strobridge. "The OL-5 and the Beginning of Coast Guard Aviation." Journal American Aviation Historical Society XIX (Fall 1974), pp. 200-203.

________. "The U.S. Coast Guard, Midwife at the Birth of the Airplane." Aerospace Historian XXII (Fall 1975), pp. 139-142.

________. "The U.S. Coast Guard's NJ-1 Flying Life Boat." Air Classics XV (Oct 1979), pp. 14-23.

"Name the Plane Contest Winner [ HH-3F 'Pelican' ]." Commandant's Bulletin (June 5 1970), p. 5.

"Narrative of Miami Air Station Activities, Before, During and Following the September 2 Hurrcane [sic], 1935."  Coast Guard Magazine (November 1935), pp. 3, 36.

"NASA Picks."  Commandant's Bulletin (Feb 13 1987), p. 45.

"Navigation Training Instituted in Mobile." Commandant's Bulletin #28-82 (Dec 20 1982), pp. 20-21.

"Navy Lends Coast Guard Two Light Helicopters."  The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1962), p. 31.

"Navy Pilots Use Coast Guard Plane to Set New Records."  The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1962), p. 65.

Neel, David R. "Analysis of a Helicopter Crash in the Bering Sea [HH-60 CGR 6020 & M/V Selendang Ayu @ 8 Dec 2004]." Naval Institute Proceedings 134 No. 4 (April 2008), pp. 76-77.

Nelson, William. "Flying Boat Design Related to its Uses."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (July 1932), pp. 10-14.

"New Air Bases [ Elizabeth City, NC & San Francisco, CA ]."   U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1939), p. 2.

"New Air Force [transfer of Custom's aircraft to Coast Guard & Buffalo & El Paso Air Detachments]." U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (May, 1934), p. 18.

"New Aircraft [ Delivery of Grumman JRF-2 ]."   U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1939), p. 33.

"New C-130's Delivered to Clearwater and Kodiak." Commandant's Bulletin (June 24 1983), pp. 26-28.

"New Coast Guard Seaplane Makes Thrilling Rescue [PJ-1/2 Antares]."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (July 1932), p. 32.

"New Coast Guard Wings: Five New Fokker Sea Planes [ PJ-1 / 2 ] to soon be Commissioned for Service in the Varied Duties of the United States Coast Guard."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1930), pp. 8-13.

"New Device Will Enable Helicopters to Make Landings on Water."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1947), p. 6.

"The New Douglas Amphibian."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (May 1931), p. 16.

"New Elizabeth City Air Station Place in Commission." Coast Guard Bulletin I, 15 (Sep 1940), p. 114.

"New Flying Boat Suited For Rough Sea [ Martin P5M ]."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1950), p. 30.

"New Giant Flying Boat 'Excalibur.'"  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1942), p. 43.

"New Helicopter Flotation Gear."  The Bulletin (July 1947), pp. 204-205.

"New Helicopter Proves Load Carrying Ability [ XHRP-1 ]."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (June 1947), p. 28.

"New Helicopters [ HH-52s ] Delivered."  The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1963), pp. 42-43.

"New Helo [ HH-60 ]." Commandant's Bulletin (Nov 7 1986), p. 3.

"New Laurels for an Old Dependable." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest No. 152 (Jul-Aug-Sep, 1966), pp. 11-14.

"New Plane [ RT-1 ]."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1935), p. 16.

"New Sikorski [sic] Helicopters Now on Duty."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1952), p. 30.

"New Use [ for helicopters ]: Firefighting."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Oct 1955), p. 16.

"New Wings [ Fokker ]."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1930), p. 9.

"Night Flight: The Story of Lieutenant C. B. Olsen's Great Flight That Won Him Aviation's Highest Award and Saved an Army Officer's Life."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1938), pp. 2-3.

"Nighttime ‘Copter Rescue; Is This Another First?" Coast Guard Bulletin VII, 10 (Apr 1952), p. 172.

Nivert, L.J., & K.E. Williams. "Coast Guard Airship Development." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest 21-212 (Fall 1981), pp. 7-11.

Noble, Dennis L.  "'We Bounced 30 or 40 feet into the Air' -- An Incident in U.S. Coast Guard Aviation History."   The Bulletin (Aug 1998), pp. 31-32.

North, D.M. "The HU-25A Increases Coast Guard Mission Capabilities." Aviation Week and Space Technology CXVII (July 26, 1982), PP. 112-113.

Northrop, John K. "Aviation History-1903-1960." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest No. 54 (Jan-Feb, 1949), pp. 18-22; 55 (Mar-Apr 1949), pp. 15-20.

"Nowhere to Run, Out of Time: The Coast Guard Wants to Establish a Squadron of Armed Helicopters [MH90's] and Deployable Pursuit Boats [OTH RIB's] After Those Assets Busted Up Six Smuggling Attempts in Six Tries."  Coast Guard  (May 2000), pp. 8-11.

O'Brien, T. Michael. "Coast Guard Aviation: 64 and Going Strong." Wings of Gold (Summer 1980), pp. 42-44.

________., & Robert L Scheina. "Coast Guard Aviation--In at the Beginning." Wings of Gold (Winter 1977), pp. 8-13.

O’Dell, Jack. "Jayhawk!" Commandant's Bulletin (May 1989), p. 23.

O'Leary, Michael.  "Coast Guard Martinliner."  Air Classics 36, No. 10 (Oct 2000), pp. 34-43.

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

________.  "Wooden Props and Iron Crosses."   Naval Aviation Museum Foundation (Spring 1991), pp. 52-59.

O'Loughlin, Jim. "HC-130H Hercules." Naval Aviation News 77 (Nov-Dec 1994), p. 14.

"Off the Florida Coast: Airplanes of the Coast Guard . . . are proving their worth in the war on smuggling." Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1928), p. 18.

Olson, G.O. "Aircraft Search Operations, A Thesis on Search Operations With Aircraft."  Coast Guard Magazine (Oct 1939), pp. 10-11.

"On the [ U.S.S. ] Saratoga [ E.F. Stone makes observation cruise on Saratoga ]."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1928), p. 16.

Openshaw, Gary. "WHECs and Jayhawks Come Together as CG Extends its Multi-Mission Approach." Commandant's Bulletin (Oct 1993), p. 31.

"Passing of an Era [ retirement of the VC-3A ]."  Flight-Lines: The U.S. Coast Guard Safety Newsletter (Apr/May 1969), p. 3.

"PBM Crashes on Take-Off Killing 3 Coast Guardsmen." Coast Guard Bulletin VIII, 1 (July 1952), p. 9.

Pearcy, Arthur and William T. Larkins. "United States Coast Guard [ Aviation ], An Exclusive History." Aviation News 3, No. 11 (1-14 Nov 1975), pp. 3-13.

Perkins, James T. "HH-52A: Coast Guard's Oldest [ helicopter in the inventory -- #CGNR-1355 ] Honored . . . " Commandant's Bulletin (Jan 17 1983), pp. 6-7.

Perry, M.A. "P2V Ditching, Swatow, China, January 1953 PBM Crash and Rescue: Remembering 'Big John' Vukic CG Av 230." Pterogram (Mar 2000), p. 8.

Pesci, Joe. "First U.S., Coast Guard Helicopter Reaches North Pole." Commandant's Bulletin (Feb 1995), p. 8.

Peterson, Gordon I.  "Coast Guard Aviators Respond 'Anytime, Anywhere,' But Challenges Grow in Face of Budget Shortfalls."  Sea Power (June 2000), pp. 39-44.

Piasecki, Frank N. "The Next Fifty Years of Helicopter Flight."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1954), pp. 26-27.

Pimental, Bruce. "The Albatross Flies Again." Commandant's Bulletin (Dec 1990), pp. 32-33.

________. "E-2C Crash Claims Four." Commandant's Bulletin (Oct 1990), p. 16.

"Plane Crash: Coast Guard seaplane taking off from New London for Gloucester . . . [ no injuries ]." Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1930), p. 28.

Polmar, Norman. "The U.S. Coast Guard: Flying Higher and Farther." Naval Institute Proceedings 115 (Oct 1989), pp. 169-171.

Porter, Bill. "MANISLOV - This is Bill [ HC-130 w/ Soviet assistance during rescue of crew of ditched Navy P2V off Alaska ]." Commandant's Bulletin (Mar 31 1980), pp. 6-7.

Poulsen, David. "HH-65A Dolphin." Naval Aviation News (Nov-Dec 1994), p. 15.

Powers, Paul. "Coast Guard Uses New Navy [ 9-D-5 ] Egress Trainer." Commandant's Bulletin #10-82 (Apr 12 1982), pp. 17-19.

Price, John L. "Lone Plane Serves Vast Area in Pacific [ Sangley Point ]."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (May 1949), p. 30.

Prince, Donald L. "Aerial Delivery From the HU-16E (UF2G)."  The Bulletin (May-June 1963), pp. 65-72.

[Pritchard, John A., Jr.] "Greater Love Hath No Man."    The Bulletin (Mar 1943), pp. 146-150.

[Pritchard, John A., Jr. & Benjamin A. Bottoms].   "Officer and Enlisted Man of U.S. Coast Guard Awarded Distinguished Flying Cross."   The Bulletin (May 1943), p. 43.

Proctor, Paul. "Shore Patrol [ Falcon HU-25A ]." Professional Pilot (May 1983), pp. 76-80.

"Project Tugbird Completed."  The Bulletin (Mar-Apr 1958), p. 33.

Quigley, M. J. "CG Aviator [CAPT Donald B. MacDiarmid] Inducted [ into the Naval Aviation Museum's Hall of Honor ]." Commandant's Bulletin (June 6, 1986), p. 5.

"Radio Communication Important in the Air."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (July 1933), pp. 7, 29.

"Radio and Electric Shielding in the Air."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1933), pp. 13-15.

Raithel, Albert L., Jr.  "Patrol Aviation in the Atlantic in World War II."  Naval Aviation News (Nov-Dec 1994), pp. 28-33.

Rankin, Robert H., & Norman N. Rubin. "The Story of Coast Guard Aviation." Naval Institute Proceedings 85 (June 1959), pp. 86-99.

Rapalus, T.C. "The Role of the Helicopter in Aids to Navigation." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest No. 124 (Sep-Oct 1960), pp. 53-54.

"Rear Admiral Leon C. Covell, Assistant Commandant, Pays Tribute to the Aviation Personnel of the U.S. Coast Guard in a Message to the 'Eyes of the Service.'" Coast Guard Magazine 14 No. 3 (Jan 1941), p. 1.

Reed, Harry W. "USCG Rotary Wing Development Unit Has to Its Credit Numerous Important Achievements."  Piasecki Helicopter Corporation Tandemeer  Vol. 4, No. 2 (February 10, 1950), pp. 1, 6, 8.

Reisinger, Harold C. " Coast Guard Ambulance Flights." Naval Institute Proceedings 62 (Jan 1936), pp. 57-72.

________. "The Flying Lifeboat of the Coast Guard." Naval Institute Proceedings 59 (Jan 1933), pp. 81-88.

________.________.  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine 6 (June 1933), pp. 9-11, 15-16, 18-21.

"Removable Photo and Observation Seat for PBY-5A Aircraft." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest No. 59 (Nov-Dec, 1949), pp. 17-18.

"Rescue and Assistance Work Continues to Play Major Part in C.G. Aviation."  Coast Guard Bulletin  II, 20 (Feb 1944), pp. 256-257.

"RG-8 ... Coast Guard Goes Stealth." Naval Aviation News (Nov-Dec 1994), p. 17.

Rhynard, Paul & Jeff Murphy. "Undaunted Courage: Four Crewmen from Air Station Humboldt Bay, Calif., Died June 8 [1997] When Their H-65 Dolphin Helicopter Crashed..." Coast Guard (Sep 1997), pp. 10-14.

Richmond, Chester A., Jr. "The Model PBM-5A Airplane." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest No. 61 (Mar-Apr 1950), pp. 31-32.

________. We Can Use More Helicopters."  The Bulletin (Nov 1955), pp. 16-17.

Richter, George L., Jr. "Deploying HH52A Helicopters on Icebreakers." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest No. 171 (Apr-May-Jun, 1971), pp. 27-28.

Riley, John P., Jr.  "The Earhart Tragedy: Old Mystery, New Hypothesis."  Naval History (Aug 2000), pp. 20-29. [Role of CGC Itasca]

"Robert Leven Grantham, Lieutenant (j.g.)."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (May 1939), p. 5.

"R.T. (Pop) Cupples, No. 1 Pilot in U.S. Navy in 1906, Instructor of Von Paulsen and E.F. Stone, Now Coast Guardsman at Air Station, St. Petersburg."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Sep 1936), p. 1.

Rubin, Norman N. "The Flying Lifeboat." Military Engineer XLVIII (July-Aug 1956), pp. 272-273.

________. "Aeronautical Engineering: Historical Resume of Coast Guard Aircraft, Part I." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest No. 91 (Mar-Apr 1955), pp. 23-32. "Part II." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest 92 (May-June 1955), pp. 22-33; "Part III," 97 (Mar-Apr 1956), pp. 11-24; "Part IV," 106 (Sep-Oct 1957), pp. 32-33; "Part V," Coast Guard Engineer's Digest 112 (Sep-Oct 1958), pp. 34-37; "Part VI, The Lighter-Than-Air Ship in the Coast Guard," 130 (Sep-Oct 1961), pp. 11-13.

________.________. "See and Be Seen: What Coast Guard Aviation is Doing About It." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest No. 112 (Sep-Oct 1958), pp. 32-37.

________. "United States of America: The Helicopter in Search and Rescue" in Report of the VIIIth International Life-Boat Conference Held in Bremen From June 22nd to June 25th, 1959 (Bremen: Deutsche Gesellschaft Zur Rettung Schiffbruchiger, 1959), pp. 45-54.

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Russell, Sandy. "Doctors on the Wing." Naval Aviation News (May-June 1983), pp. 22-23.

Russell, William J. "Shipboard Flight Operations: Coast Guard FCLP's and Cutter Qualifications." Flight Lines: The U.S. Coast Guard Flight Safety Newsletter (Mar/Apr 1967), pp. 10-15.

"The S-43 Makes First Flight."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (July 1935), pp. 6, 27.

"[ AIRSTA ] St. Pete Side Slips."   U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1939), p. 35.

"Salem Air Station..."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1937), pp. 3, 30-31.

"San Diego [ record setting rescue ] Flight."   U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1939), p. 40.

Scheina, Robert. "The Early Years: Coast Guard Aviation." Naval Aviation News (May-June 1983), pp. 8-11.

________. "A History of Coast Guard Aviation." Commandant's Bulletin (Oct 10, 1986), pp. 9-43.

________. "The Helicopter's First Arctic Rescue." Naval Aviation Museum Foundation II (Mar 1981), pp. 60-65.

________. "The Marriage of Fixed-Wing Aviation and the Cutter." Naval Aviation News (May-June 1983), pp. 12-15.

________. "Patron of the Helicopter during World War II." Wings of Gold II (Winter 1977), pp. 26-29.

Schlitz, William P. "Coast Guard Aviation: Multimission Men and Machines." Air Force Magazine LXV (May 1982), pp. 66-68.

Schuh, C.W. "The Airplane is Here to Stay."  The Bulletin (June 1945), pp. 96-98.

Scott, H.P., & G.A. Madaras. "HO4S Helicopter." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest 86 (May-Jun, 1954), pp. 29-30.

Scotti, Paul C. "Coast Guard Air in the Northwest and Across the Country." Naval Aviation News (June 1979), pp. 8-17.

"Secrecy Veils Coast Guard Aviation."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1943), p. 23.

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Shea, John M.  "U.S. Coast Guard Aviation and LORAN." The Quarterdeck Log 15, No. 2 (Summer 2000), pp. 26-29.

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Sikorsky, I.I. "Direct Lift Aircraft."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1945), p. 56.

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Smeder, O.R. "Coast Guard Helicopter Program." American Helicopter 3 (June 1946), pp. 10-11.

Smith, Barbara. "Orville and Wilbur Wright Helped by Station Kill Devil Hill." Commandant's Bulletin (Sep 30 1983), pp. 24-26.

Smith, Sean. "7th District Retires C-131s." Commandant's Bulletin #28-82 (Dec 20 1982), p. 24.

Snyder, William H. "Bud Fisher [ AIRSTA St. Petersburg ]." U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1938), p. 23.

________. "The Procyon Speaks [ RD ]." U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (June 1937), pp. 12-13.

________.  "Rescue Flight [ AIRSTA St. Petersburg SAR / SS Garnet Hulings ]."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1938), p. 60.

________.  "Tribute to Sacrifice: St. Petersburg Dedicates Monument to [ LT Charles M. ] Perrott, [ CRM Walter O. ] Morris and [ AMM William D. ] Eubank."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1938), pp. 10, 36.

Solt, C.T. "Service Develops Radio Direction Finder for Aircraft."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Oct 1931), pp. 31-32.

"Some Personal Opinions on C. G. Aviation."   U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1939), p. 34.

Spangler, Keith. "Coast Guard Accepts New Helicopter [ HH-65A ]." Commandant's Bulletin (Dec 21 1984), pp. 18-19.

Sparks, Steve. "HC-131 Crashes at NAS Corpus Christi." Commandant's Bulletin (Feb 15 1982), p. 5.

Sparks, Tom. "HH-60J Jayhawk." Naval Aviation News (Nov-Dec 1994), p. 16.

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"Special Mission Aircraft [ R5D ]."  The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1962), p. 58.

Spengler, Keith. "Coast Guard Accepts New Helicopter [ HH-65A Dolphin ]." Commandant's Bulletin (Dec 21 1984), pp. 18-19.

"SRR Helicopter [ HH-65A Dolphin ] Accepted." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest 24-226 (Spring, 1985), pp. 3-4.

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Stott, Stephen A. "After the [ HU-25 ] Falcons - What?" Naval Institute Proceedings 122 (Apr 1996), pp. 51-54.

Strange, Jack A. "Mobile Celebrates Guardian Christening." Commandant's Bulletin (May 10 1982), pp. 18-19.

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"Stripped Down ‘Copter [ Kaman K-225 ] Facilitates Elizabeth City Tests." Coast Guard Bulletin VI, 1 (July 1950), p. 11.

Strobridge, Truman R., & Bernard C. Nalty. "The Coast Guard's First Plane [ Loening OL-5 ]."  The Bulletin (July-Aug 1972), pp. 51-57.

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Swickley, Carl W. "Aviation Instructions--1936 Style."  The Bulletin (Mar-Apr 1980), p. 20.

________.  "Edge of Alaska: The Letters of C. F. Edge." Naval Aviation Museum Foundation (Fall, 2004), pp. 52-61. [ CGC Spencer & Waco reconnoiter Alaska for a suitable air station; AIRSTA Kodiak ]. 

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________.  "Travails With Charlie: A Ride With the World's Most Dangerous Flight Student."  Naval Aviation Museum Foundation (Spring 2001), pp. 98-103. [PBM]

"Taking Aim: No More Mr. Nice Guy.  Say Hello to the MH-90 Enforcer: The Newest Weapon Designed to Stop Smugglers."  Coast Guard  (Nov 1999), pp. 14-15.

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Thometz, George F., Jr. "Amphibious Helicopter Operations."  The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1964), pp. 509-514.

Thorsen, Howard B. "The Coast Guard's New HU-25A Medium Range Surveillance Aircraft." Naval Institute Proceedings 107 (Apr 1981), pp. 112-114.

________. "The Dolphin That Flies." Naval Institute Proceedings 106 (Oct 1980), pp. 148-150.

Thrall, Franklin E. "The Missing Half of the Coast Guard's Air Force."  The Bulletin (Sep-Oct 1974), pp. 45-49.

"Three Dead in Crash [HH-52A 1420]." Commandant's Bulletin (Jan 18 1982), p. 3.

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"Unusual Tugbird Operation."  The Bulletin (May-June 1963), p. 47.

"Use of Aircraft on Inspection Duty." Lighthouse Service Bulletin II, 36 (Dec 1, 1920), pp. 157-158.

"V-146 [ Grumman JF-2 ]."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (May 1939), p. 9.

"[V-159--Waco J2W-1on board CGC Spencer] Nice Work in Alaska."  U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1939), p. 38.

"V-165 Lost [ AIRSTA St. Petersburg-based Hall PH-2, V-165, crashed on 11 Nov 1939, no loss of life ]."   U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1938), p. 8.

"V-170 [ Hall PH-2, V-170, piloted by LT E. Burke removes two fatally injured seamen from SS Dungannon. ]"   U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Sep 1939), p. 34.

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Vennel, Woodrow W. "The Helicopter in Rescue." National Safety Council Proceedings, 48th Annual Congress (1960), pp. 24-28.

________.________. PMMC 18 (Feb 1961), pp. 24-28.

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Waldron, Bob. "Helpful Helicopters: Great Lakes Boating Made Safer by Coast Guard's Watchful Eyes." The Columbus Dispatch Magazine (July 12, 1970), pp. 8-11.

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________.________. "Finally the Twain Did Meet." Foundation (Spring 1991), pp. 92-99.

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Angelucci, Enzo, ed. Rand McNally Encyclopedia of Military Aircraft 1914-1980. Translated from the Italian. Chicago: Rand McNally 1981.

Beard, Barrett Thomas. Wonderful Flying Machines: A History of U.S. Coast Guard Helicopters. Annapolis: Naval Institute Proceedings , 1996.

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Knott, Richard C. The American Flying Boat: An Illustrated History. Annapolis: U.S. Naval Institute 1979.

Doug Kroll.  The Perfect Flood: Devastation, Courage and the Heroic Rescue Efforts of U.S. Coast Guard Helicopter 1305.  Ashland, Oregon: Hellgate Press, 2012.

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Loening, Grover. Amphibian: The Story of the Loening Biplane. Greenwich: New York Graphic Society, Ltd., 1973.

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Munson, Kenneth. Helicopters and Other Rotorcraft Since 1907. New York: The Macmillan Co., 1968.

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Rankin, Colonel Robert H. and Norman N. Rubin. The Story of Coast Guard Aviation. Rev. and enl. Washington: GPO, 1964.

Shea, John M. Adventure Under the Wings of the United States Coast Guard. Othello, WA: published by the author, n.d.

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Swanborough, F. Gordon and Peter M. Bowers. United States Navy Aircraft Since 1911. 2nd ed. Annapolis: Naval Institute Proceedings , 1977.

Swickley, C. W.  Kicking Tires and Lighting Fires: Coast Guard Aviation As It Made the Leap From Recips To Jets.  Pensacola, FL: By the Author, 1996.

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________. and Michael J.H. Taylor. Encyclopedia of Aircraft. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1978.

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Unpublished Works:

Beard, Barrett T.  "Cap'm Mac and Flying Coffins," [Captain Donald B. MacDiarmid, USCG]; paper presented in a talk to the Port Angeles Historical Society, 3 February 2002.

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