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Historical Bibliography


A)  Biographies

B) Women

C) Minorities (including African-American Coast Guard History)

D)  Recruiting, Education and Training

E)  USRCS & USCG Academy History

F)  Uniforms, Insignia, Medals, Awards & Accouterments

G)  General Personnel, Service-Supported Sports & Other Misc.


A)  Biographies

Articles:

"Admiral [Frederick Chamberlayne] Billard Laid to Rest in Arlington." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (July 1932), pp. 6-7, 9.

"Admiral H.G. Hamlet." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (June 1934), p. 8.

"Admiral Joseph F. Farley Retires: Commandant, U.S. Coast Guard 1946-1949." The Bulletin (Jan 1950), pp. 285-289.

"Admiral J. William Kime: New Coast Guard Commandant." Proceedings of the Marine Safety Council 47 (July-Aug 1990), pp. 1-2.

"Admiral Owen W. Siler." Commandant's Bulletin (June 7 1974), pp. 5-10.

"Admiral [Russell R.] Waesche Dies." Proceedings of the Merchant Marine Council 3 (Nov 1946), p. 187.

"Admiral [Russell R.] Waesche Dies." The Bulletin (Nov 1946), pp. 202-205.

"Admiral Russell R. Waesche, USCG, Retired Wartime Commandant, Dies on October 17." Coast Guard Bulletin III, 17 (Nov 1946), pp. 273-274.

Alexander, R. "CAPT Q. [Quincy] B. Newman-Innovative Engineer." The Bulletin (July-Aug 1974), pp. 44-45.

"An Old Friend Helps An Old Friend [Mildred 'Madaket Millie' Jewett MedEvac]." Commandant's Bulletin (Aug 17 1981), pp. 5-6.

"Anton Otto Fisher." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1948), pp. 19-25.

Ball, Bill. "Meet Master Chief [MCPOCG Carl W.] Constantine." Commandant's Bulletin (Dec 14 1981), pp. 8-13.

Barnett, Thomas. "Hatteras Surf Reminiscences." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1932), p. 32.

"[Billard, Frederick C.] Obituary." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (June 1932), pp. 1-2.

Boswell, Day & Robert Scheina. "Coast Guardsman [Cesar] Romero 'One of Us Guys.'" Commandant's Bulletin (Sep 14 1984), pp. 12-13.

Brock, Michael. "Sometimes Good Guys Wear Black: World War II Veteran [Al Barlick] Makes it to Baseball's Hall of Fame." Commandant's Bulletin (Jan 1996), p. 34.

Browning, Robert M., Jr. "Semper Paratus Douglas Munro." Naval History 6 (Winter 1992), pp. 73-74.

"[ Cantwell, John Cassin ] Obituary." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1940), p. 32.

Cantwell, J.C. "Big Game in Alaska." "Part II," The Bulletin (Mar 1940), pp. 9-11; "Part III," 2 (Apr 1940), pp. 8-11; "Part IV," 2 (May 1940), pp. 8-12.

"Captain Charles Melville Scammon, U.S.R.M." The Bulletin (Feb 1942), pp. 176-178.

"Captain [Charles Stevens] Root." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Sep 1930), p. 15.

"Captain Douglas Ottinger." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1931), p. 12.

"Captain Josiah Sturgis, U.S.R.S." The Bulletin (June 1941), pp. 60-64.

"Captain Quentin R. Walsh, '33." The Bulletin Centennial Issue 1976, p. 39.

"Captain R.J. Mauerman...Participated in Four Invasions..." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1944), p. 22.

Carter, Mark. "A Coast Guard Family Experience." Naval Institute Proceedings 121 (Dec 1995), pp. 56-57.

Cayford, John E. "Father of the U.S. Coast Guard: Hopley Yeaton." The New-England Galaxy XX, No. 2 (Fall 1978), pp. 26-34.

"CG Hero [John O. Anderson] of Many Great Lakes Rescues Dead." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1955), p. 24.

"CGA Grad Ready for Take Off [LCDR Dan Burbank -- astronaut]."  The Bulletin  (Aug 2000), pp. 34-35.

"The Champ [Jack Dempsey] Joins Up!" U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1942), pp. 26-27.

"[Chiswell, Benjamin M.] Obituary." U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Sep 1942), p. 57.

"[Christopher, Luke] Obituary." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1937), p. 8.

Christman, Timothy J. "Cdr. Elmer Stone: Coast Guard Aviator No. 1." Naval Aviation News (May-June 1983), pp. 36-38.

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

"Clifford Johnson Won Once, Before He was Placed in Double Jeopardy." Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1957), pp. 20-21. [Cocoanut Grove nightclub fire in Boston on 28 November 1942]

Cocke, Mary and Albert Cocke. "Hell Roaring Mike [Healy]: A Fall From Grace in the Frozen North." Smithsonian 13 (Feb 1983), pp. 119-137.

"Coast Guard Immortals [Benjamin Bottoms]." U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (July 1946), p. 55.

"The Commandant [Frederick Chamberlayne Billard]." U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1928), p. 14.

"Commandant of the Coast Guard-Admiral Joseph F. Farley." The Bulletin (Feb 1946), pp. 363-363.

"Commo Edward M. Webster." The Bulletin Centennial Issue 1976, p. 27.

Cooley, Michael. "Grand Celebration for CAPT Fred [Gillikin]." The Bulletin (Mar/Apr 1978), pp. 32-35.

Crosby, Charles. "Is There Life After . . . Commandant?  Here's What They've Been Up to After Retiring [ ADMs James Gracey ; John Hayes ; Owen Siler ; Chester Bender ; & Willard Smith ]." Commandant's Bulletin (Jan 1989), pp. 32-33.

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.

"Dean of Surfmen Dies [L. Bannister Midgett]." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1928), p. 35.

"Douglas Albert Munro: Coast Guard Hero." The Bulletin (Dec 1942), pp. 100-101.

Earle, William K. "Remembrances of Muddy [John M.] Waters [Jr.]." The Bulletin (Feb 1993), pp. 23-25.

Galluzzo, John J. "Joshua James Goes Big: Coast Guard Announces Contract Awarded for Fifth National Security Cutter." Wreck & Rescue Vol. 12, No. 3 (Sep 2011), pp. 18-20.

Edge, C.F. "Commander E.F. Stone, U.S.C.G." The Bulletin (July 1941), pp. 70-71.

Ehrman, Willie. "Willie Ehrman, Wherein One Man's Autobiography...True Picture of Life in the Coast Guard." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (June 1941), pp. 16, 24-25.

Ennis, John. "Joshua James, Champion Lifesaver." New England Galaxy XIV (Winter 1973), pp. 13-20.

"Final Honors for RADM [Malcolm E.] Clark." Commandant's Bulletin (Feb 9 1981), pp. 6-7.

"Flight Pioneer [Benjamin M. Chiswell ]." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (July 1932), p. 18.

Frantz, Harry Warner. "Spirit of the Coast Guard [Commander John Cassin Cantwell]." The Bulletin (Dec 1940), pp. 1-6.

"G.L. Carden Dies at 98: Oldest Retired Coast Guard Officer." The Bulletin (May-June 1965), pp. 157-158.

"Get Acquainted with the Commandant [Russell R. Waesche]." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1944), pp. 10-12.

"Get Acquainted with the Commandant, Vice Admiral Alfred C. Richmond." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1954), pp. 6, 8.

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

________. "Sortie in Space: Coast Guard Flyer CDR Bruce Melnick Always Dreamed of Being an Astronaut." Commandant's Bulletin (Sep 1990), pp. 44-47.

Gillespie, Tom. "44 Years, 10 Presidents & 10 Commandants [ GMCM Martin Kelleher ]." Commandant's Bulletin (Sep 1994), pp. 26-27.

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

Graham, Stewart. "Stewart Ross Graham." Silver Eagles Association The Scuttlebutt 24 (July 1992), pp. 18-19.

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

Grosetti, Pete. "Jack Dempsey Dies at Age 87." Commandant's Bulletin (June 24 1983), pp. 22-23.

"Guests of the Month: Captain Richard Burke." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1953), p. 42.

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

________. "Roots." The Bulletin (May-June 1977), pp. 27-28.

"[Hall, Norman B.] Obituary" The Bulletin (May-June 1962), p. 92.

"Have You Met the Skipper? [VADM Russell R. Waesche] The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1942), pp. 30-31.

"’Hell-Roaring Mike [Healy].’" Sea Power (Oct 1997), p. 46.

"Hell Roarin' Mike [ Healy ]." Alabama Seaport (Feb 2001), pp. 26-29.

"Here is an Account...[Patrick H. Etheridge first saying 'You have to go out...']." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine 27 (Mar 1954), p. 2.

"Heritage [Alexander Hamilton]." Proceedings of the Marine Safety Council 33 (Jan 1976), p. 14.

"Heritage [Hopley Yeaton]." Proceedings of the Marine Safety Council 33 (Feb 1976), pp. 33-34.

"Heritage [Lighthouse Keepers]." Proceedings of the Marine Safety Council 33 (Mar 1976), pp. 57-59.

Heydenreich, James G. "Captain Hopley Yeaton, 1740-1812." The Bulletin , (Sep-Oct 1967), pp. 275-283; "The Life and Times of Hopley Yeaton-1740-1812: Part Two of a Series-1774-7777," (Nov-Dec 1967), pp. 360-367; "Hopley Yeaton in the Continental Navy 1776-1781," (Jan-Feb 1968), pp. 2-10; (Mar-Apr 1968), pp. 3-11; "Hopley Yeaton and the Revenue Marine Service, Part Five of a Six Part Series," (May-June 1968), pp. 33-42; "Hopley Yeaton: Twilight and Sunset," (Nov-Dec 1968), pp. 25-35.

________. "Captain Hopley Yeaton (1740-1812), The Coast Guard's First Officer." The Bulletin (July/Aug 1980), pp. 37-42.

"Hombre Aqui Combate!!! [Pete Aguinaldo, the Filipino boxer nicknamed "The Insurrection," stationed on the CG Destroyer Trippe]." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1928), p. 39.

"Hopley Yeaton To Come Home." The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1973), pp. 31-32.

"Iceberg [Edward H.] Smith." The Bulletin (May-June 1974), pp. 24-28.

"Iceberg [Edward H.] Smith." The Bulletin Centennial Issue 1976, p. 37.

"Interview: Vice Admiral D.C. Thompson." Naval Institute Proceedings 112 (Oct 1986), p. 167.

"Introducing This Man [Charles W.] Thomas." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1947), p. 22.

"Jack Dempsey." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (June 1945), pp. 66-67.

Jarrett, Calvin. "Family of Heroes: Saga of Mighty Midgetts." The Bulletin (May-June 1969), pp. 13-19.

"John Allen Midgett." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Oct 1938), pp. 50-51.

Johnson, Paul H. "Captain John Faunce: A Lifetime of Service." The Bulletin (Feb-Mar 1986), pp. 18-19.

________.  "Portrait of Captain Michael A. Healy, Part II." Coast Guard Academy Alumni Association The Bulletin (Mar-Apr 1979), pp. 22-23, 26-27; "Part III," (May-Jun 1979), pp. 26-30.

________. "The Search for Captain Frederick Lee." The Bulletin (Mar-Apr 1977), pp. 34-35.

Johnson, S.B. "A Tribute [ Gus B. Lofberg, veteran of RCS, LSS, & Coast Guard ]." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1937), p. 4.

Kelly, Michael I.  "Captain Lawrence O. Lawson: An Evanston Legend." Vol. XI, No. 2 Evanston Historical Newsletter (March-April 1980); pp. 1-3.

"Know Your Leader, the Commandant [Merlin O'Neill]." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1952), p. 11.

Kroll, C. Douglas. "Elmer Stone: Aviation Pioneer." Naval Aviation Museum Foundation Magazine (Fall 1991), pp. [*****].

________. "History Lesson: CAPT John Mayo [Muddy] Waters, Jr. '43." The Bulletin 74, No. 1 (Feb 2012), pp. 60-62.

________. "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: Ellsworth 'Todd' Bertholf, Class of 1887."  The Bulletin (?), pp. 66, 68.

________. "History Lesson: ENS Joseph H. Hughes, III '63: His tragic death inspired his father to create a memorial award presented to two graduating cadets each year." The Bulletin (?), pp. 54, 56.

________. "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 (?), pp. 76. 78, 80.

________. "RADM Robert E. Hammond '40 and the [1964] Alaska Earthquake." The Bulletin (Dec 2009), pp. 66-68.

________. "History Lesson: Stephen Hadley Evans '27: First Objee Custodian, Academy professor, Superintendent." The Bulletin 74, No. 2 (April 2012), pp. 54, 56-57.

________. "History Lesson: Three Graduates among Coast Guard's biggest combat loss [LCDR Kenneth 'Butch' C. Philips '30; LTJG Robert J. Westcott '43; ENS Charles W. Valaer '44]." The Bulletin (Aug 2009), pp. 66, 68, 70-71.

________. "Jack C. Rittichier: Coast Guard Aviation Hero." Naval Aviation News (Nov-Dec 1991), pp. 26-27.

________. "LT Jack C. Rittichier: Coast Guard Aviation Hero." The Bulletin (Dec 1989-Jan 1990), pp. [*****].

Lancaster, Charles. "CAPT Michael Healy 1839-1904." Commandant's Bulletin (Jul 1996), p. 5.

"The Life and Death of T. James Crotty, Young Officer Met Death in Japanese Prison Camp." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (May 1949), pp. 14-17.

Lombardo, Joseph. "First U.S. Commissioned Officer Lives in Coast Guard History." Commandant's Bulletin (Mar 16 1981), pp. 14-15.

________. "Joshua James-Model Lifesaver." Commandant's Bulletin (Dec 1 1980), pp. 14-15.

Lonsdale, Adrian L. "The Greatest Lifesaver: Captain Joshua James." The Bulletin (Aug-Sep 1986), pp. 26-28.

"[Loy] Vice Admiral Loy Nominated to be Coast Guard's 21st Commandant." The Bulletin (Apr 1998), p. 22.

"'Madaket Millie's' Dream Comes True." Commandant's Bulletin (Oct 26 1981), p. 4.

"The Man [BMCM Donald 'Steve' Horsley]." Commandant's Bulletin (Aug 24 1981), pp. 14-15.

[Maxam, Oliver M.] "Forty-Five Years' Service." U.S. Coast Guard Magazine Vol. 2, No. 6 (Apr 1929), p. 27.

Meekins, Victor. "Captain John Juluis Guthrie, Colorful Figure." U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1932), p. 46.

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

Miller, Harvey L. "Capt. Francis S. Van Boskerck, U.S.C.G. Laid Away at Arlington." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1927), pp. 11-12.

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.

Moreth, Ed. "One Medal Short and 38 Years Late [CDR Lance J. Kirstine ; CG veteran from 1919 - 1948]." Commandant's Bulletin #6-82 (Feb 15 1982), pp. 8-9.

Murphy, John F. "Portrait of Captain Michael A. Healy." Coast Guard Academy Alumni Association The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1979), pp. 14-18.

________.  "Two Reflections of a Man [John C. Cantwell]." The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1965), pp. 5-14; "Part Two." No. 2 (Mar-Apr 1965), pp. 110-120.

________. "Two Standards of Judgment [Michael Healy]." Coast Guard Academy Alumni Association The Bulletin (Sep-Oct 1965), pp. 366-375.

"Two Reflections of a Man [John C. Cantwell]." The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1965), pp. 5-14; "Part Two." No. 2 (Mar-Apr 1965), pp. 110-120.

"New Commandant [Willard J. Smith]." The Bulletin (Mar-Apr 1966), pp. 77-78.

"New Commandant [Edwin J. Roland] Sworn In." The Bulletin (May-June 1962), pp. 78-79.

"New Master Chief [MCPOCG Carl W. Constantine] Chosen." Commandant's Bulletin (Apr 6 1981), pp. 3-4.

"New Top Command [ Chester R. Bender ]." The Bulletin (May-June 1970), pp. 2-3.

[Newcomb, Frank H.] "At Arlington." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (June 1934), p. 8.

[Newcomb, Frank H.] "Obituary." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1934), p. 18.

Niemeyer, Robert. "Coast Guard's Oldest Aviator [Captain Charles E. 'Chick' Sugden, USCG] Keeps One Foot on the Ground." The Bulletin (July-Aug 1961), pp. 50-55.

Noble, Dennis L.  "A Forgotten Hero: C. C. Mauethrop and the Revenue Cutter Commodore Perry." Wreck & Rescue Vol.9, No. 3 (Nov 2006), pp. 16-17.

________. "Lawrence O. Lawson: An Extraordinary Keeper." Wreck & Rescue Vol. 6, No. 1 (May 2003), pp. 14-16.

Noble, Dennis L., & Truman R. Strobridge. "Early Cuttermen in Alaskan Waters." Pacific Northwest Quarterly 78, no. 3 (July 1987), pp. 74-82.

________. ________.  "'Hell Roaring Mike' [Revenue Captain Michael Healy] On Trial." Naval History (Apr 2001), pp. 34-39.

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

"The Old Guard [John Cantwell]." The Bulletin Centennial Issue 1976, p. 21.

Oney, Dave. "Quentin R. Walsh." Commandant's Bulletin (June 1994), pp. 26-27.

Ordiorne, Truman. "The Courtship of Surfman Littlefield." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1932), pp. 18-20.

"Otto Graham -- A National Treasure." The Bulletin 66, No. 1 (Feb 2004), pp. 8-9.

"Our Next Commandant [Merlin O'Neill]." The Bulletin (Nov 1949), pp. 207-208.

"Out Across the Bar." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1935), pp. 11, 19-20.

"Personals." The Bulletin , 1939- [Published monthly].

Philpott, Tom. "'Mike' Shaffer [First Class Storekeeper Mary Alice 'Mike' Shaffer USCGR] Retires." Commandant's Bulletin (May 19 1981), p. 8.

"Portrait of Seaman Apprentice, USCGR, 1942 [Sidney Caesar]." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (June 1955), p. 16.

Powers, Paul. "Sinbad of the Campbell." Commandant's Bulletin (May 24 1982), pp. 22-23.

Prosser, Bill. "’Semper Paratus.’ Intrepid Merchant Captain, Privateer, Revolutionary War Hero, Hopley Yeaton Was Always Prepared for Action. Today He is Honored as the Father of the U.S. Coast Guard." Down East: The Magazine of Maine. (Sep 1980), pp. 87-95.

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

"RADM [Robert E.] Kramek Selected as Coast Guard's 20th Commandant." The Bulletin (Apr 1994), p. 13.

"RADM Stephen Hadley Evans." The Bulletin (May/June 1983), p. 20.

Rankin, Ernest H., Sr. "Captain Henry J. Cleary, Lifesaver-Showman." Inland Seas: Quarterly Journal of the Great Lakes Historical Society 33 (Summer 1977), pp [?????].

Rawlings, Charles A. "Admiral of the Ice: Rear Admiral Edward H. Smith of the Greenland Patrol." Saturday Evening Post (July 8, 1944), pp. 26-27.

"Rear Admiral Ellis Reed-Hill, U.S.C.G., Retires." The Bulletin (Dec 1950), pp. 391-393.

"Rear Admiral Frederick C. Billard, 1873-1932." The Bulletin (July/Aug 1980), p. 19.

"Rear Admiral Kenneth K. Cowart, U.S.C.G." The Bulletin (Sep 1950), pp. 246-248.

"Rear Admiral [James] Pine Retires." The Bulletin (Sep 1947), pp. 291-292.

"Rejuvenation [Frank A. Leamy]." The Bulletin Centennial Issue 1976, p. 39.

"Relieving the Wheel [Admiral Joseph F. Farley appointed Commandant]." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1946), pp. 2, 10.

"Relieving the Wheel [ Farley retires with RADM Merlin O'Neill succeeding as Commandant ]." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1949), pp. 12-14; 23 (Feb 1950), p. 3.

"Retired Admiral [RADM Roderick Y. Edwards] Honored." Commandant's Bulletin (May 5 1980), p. 12.

"Retired Admiral [RADM Frank D. Higbee] Honored." Commandant's Bulletin (July 20 1981), pp. 8-9.

Richardson, Kay.  "No Retreat: The Tale of a Great Lakes Family [Surfman Edwin Richardson]." Wreck & Rescue Vol. 6, No. 1 (May 2003), pp. 10-12.

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

Roberts, Frank B. "Midgetts Are Giant." V.F.W., Veterans of Foreign Wars Magazine LX (June 1973), pp. 18-19.

Rouse, Edith M. "Captain Dobbins and His Lifeboat," Inland Seas: The Quarterly Journal of the Great Lakes Historical Society 15 (Spring, 1959), pp. 47-48.

Salata, Nikk. "Keeper [Marcus H. Hanna] at Cape Elizabeth Two Lights Answers The Call." Lighthouse Digest (Apr 2003), p. 17.

Sargent, Thomas R.  "Reflections--Sixty Years Later: A Commentary."  The Bulletin (June 1998), pp. 6-7.

Saunders, W.O. "'The Likes of Him We May See No More' is Opinion of Carolina Coast Folk When Speaking of 'Ol' Cap'n Ban,' [L. Bannister Midgett]..." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1928), pp. 20-22.

Schenkle, Katheryn. "Adm. Waesche, the Coast Guard, & World War II." Pentagram (Oct 15, 1993), pp. 16-17.

Schultz, Scott A. & Isabel M. Decell. "Madaket Millie [ Mildred Jewett ] Skippers CG's West End Command." Commandant's Bulletin (Sep 2 1983), pp. 22-23.

Sharp, Robin. "Lionel Lukin-Lifeboat Inventor." Office of Navigation Safety and Waterway Services On Scene (2/92), pp. 1-2. [Adapted from an article in Royal National Lifeboat Institution The Lifeboat (Summer 1992).]

"Sid Caesar Makes Good, Former Coast Guardsman Scores Hit in Television." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1950), p. 25.

"Sidelight on a Leader [ Merlin O'Neill ]." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Oct 1949), p. 6.

"The Skipper [ Elmer F. Stone ]." The Bulletin Centennial Issue 1976, p. 32.

"Spotlight on Coast Guard Astronaut #2: LCDR Daniel Burbank Visited CGA."  The Bulletin (Feb 2001), p. 13.

Steven, Susie. "Golf Legend [Arnold Palmer]." Commandant's Bulletin (July 22 1983), pp. 12-13.

Stillwell, Paul.  "Looking Back: A True Coast Guard Hero [Quentin Walsh]."  Naval History (Aug 2000), p. 4.

"[Stone, Elmer F.] Obituary." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (July 1936), p. 3.

Strobridge, Truman R. "Captain Gilbert Knapp, U.S. Revenue Cutter Service: Founder of Racine, Wisconsin." Shipmates 2 (Spring, 1973), pp. 10-13.

________. "Captain Daniel Dobbins, US. Revenue Cutter Service: One Man History Has Forgotten." Coast Guard Engineers Digest No. 179 (Jan-Feb-Mar 1973), pp. 52-57.

________. "Hopley Yeaton, the Coast Guard's First Officer." Coast Guard Engineers Digest No. 181 (July-Aug-Sep 1975) pp. 17-20.

________., & Bernard C. Nalty. "CAPT Elish Hinman, U.S. Revenue Marine--He Helped Turn the World Upside Down." The Bulletin (May-June 1975), pp. 29-33.

________.________. "Captain John Foster Williams: Commander of the Coast Guard's First Cutter--A Revolutionary Hero." The Retired Officer 32 (Feb 1976), pp. 34-37.

________.________. "Colonel Sharp Delany: Father of the U.S. Coast Guard?" Naval Institute Proceedings 102 (Mar 1976), pp. 112-113.

________., & Don McGibbon. "Chai Jui Soong." Shipmates (Winter 1976-1977), pp. 16-23.

________., & Brian W. Norris. "Iceberg Smith: The Legend Overshadows the Man." The Chief 2 (Apr-May 1976), pp. 19-21.

Swift, Ed. "Artist Not Forgotten [Coast Guard Artist John Wisinski]." Commandant's Bulletin (Mar 14, 1986), pp. 17-19.

"There is Tradition Here! [Holdzkom family in U.S. Life-Saving Service]." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (July 1934), p. 9.

"This Guy is Salty [Victor Mature]." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1943), p. 29.

Tower, Elizabeth A. "Captain David Henry Jarvis: Alaska's Tragic Hero - Wickersham's Victim." Alaska History 5 (Spring 1990), pp. 1-21.

Trapani, Bob. "My Time Served At USCG Marine Safety Office/Group Philadelphia: Commander Gail P. Kulisch." The Bay Pilot: Delaware River and Bay Lighthouse Foundation, Inc. No. 6 (Summer 2000), pp. 4-5.

"United States Coast Guard Lighthouse Maintenance Team Cape May: Spotlighting DC1 Ralph C. Maddocks."  The Bay Pilot: Delaware River and Bay Lighthouse Foundation, Inc. No. 6 (Summer 2000), pp. 7.

"VADM [Lloyd T.] Chalker Dies of Pneumonia." Commandant's Bulletin (Mar 30 1981), p. 3.

"[Vallee, Rudy] Joins Coast Guard..." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Oct 1942), p. 72.

"Veteran Passes [Willie S. Dough, one of the five men who assisted the Wright brothers in their first flight at Kill Devil Hills]." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1932), p. 21.

"War Hero Dies [John Allen Midgett]." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1938), p. 13; (Apr 1938), pp. 9, 11.

Ward, William J. "35 Years of Service." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (May 1931), p. 18.

Waters, Harold. "The Apostate [Surfman Charlie Larson]." The Bulletin (Mar-Apr 1966), pp. 123-129.

Webster, W. Russell.  "Madaket Millie to the Rescue!" Naval Institute Proceedings 129 (Aug 2003), pp. 44-47.

Wells, Fred L. "This U.S. Coast Guard Duty," The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1932), pp. 6, 55.

Wendt, Patrick A. "To Walk is Fine, To Fly, Divine." Naval Aviation Museum Foundation (Fall 1995), pp. 83-88.

Whitehurst, Norm. "Alex Haley on Writing and the Coast Guard." Commandant's Bulletin (Feb 25 1988), pp. 20-23.

Whitnall, G.G. "Lionel Lukin--Builder of the First Life-boat." Nautical Magazine (Jan 1966), pp. [?????]

________. "Lionel Lukin: Inventor of the Life-boat." Sea Breezes (Jan 1966), pp. 843-845.

Wolcott, Merlin D. "Heroism at Marblehead." Inland Seas: The Quarterly Journal of the Great Lakes Historical Society XVI (Winter 1960), pp. 269-274.

Wyman, Robert D. "From Blue to Black: A U.S. Coast Guardsman in Space [LCDR Daniel Burbank]." Coast Guard (Dec 2000), pp. 12-21.

"Yost Takes the Helm." Proceedings of the Marine Safety Council 43 (June 1986), p. 133.

Books & Government Publications:

Anderson, Hans Christian. Keepers of the Lights. New York: Greenberg Publisher 1955.

Bailey, C. William.  My Life.  By the author, 2001.

A Brief Sketch of the Character and Services of Captain Josiah Sturgis of the United States Revenue Service By an Old Friend and Schoolmate. Boston: William White and H.P. Lewis, 1844.. Boston: William White and H.P. Lewis, 1844.

Carlton, Rosemary. Sheldon Jackson The Collector. Juneau: Alaska State Museums, 1999.

Carse, Robert. Keepers of the Lights. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1969.

Coston, Martha. A Signal Success: The Work and Travel of Mrs. Martha J. Coston, An Autobiography. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott 1886.

Delany, Sharp. Facsimile of a Letter Book of Colonel Sharp Delany, First Collector, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Aug 7, 1789 to Dec 20, 1790. Washington: Department of the Treasury, U.S. Customs Service 1987.

DiFrancesco, Barbara L. His Window on the World: The Piscataqua and the Days of Hopley Yeaton. Tularosa, NM: His Window, 1997.

Ehrhardt, John B. Joseph Francis (1801-1893), pp. Shipbuilder: Father of the U.S. Life-Saving Service. Princeton: printed by the Princeton University Press for the Newcomen Society 1950.

Emery, Edwin. History of Sanford, Maine. Fall River, MA: privately printed, 1901.

Graham, Duane.  OttoMatic: The Remarkable Story of Otto Graham.  Wayne, MI: Immortal Investments Publishing, 2004.

Hughes, Joseph Henry, Jr. The Making of a Coast Guard Officer: A Covenant with Honor. New York: Philosophical Library 1966.

Johnson, Arthur A. Reflections of Vice Admiral Kenneth K. Cowart, U.S. Coast Guard (Retired), Former Engineer-in-Chief Coast Guard Engineering (Aug 1, 1950-July 31, 1958). Washington: U.S. Coast Guard, 1984.

________. Reflections of Rear Admiral Edward H. Thiele, U.S. Coast Guard (Retired), Former Engineer-in-Chief, U.S. Coast Guard (Aug 1, 1958-June 30, 1961). Washington: U.S. Coast Guard, 1984.

________. Reflections of Rear Admiral James A. Alger, Jr., U.S. Coast Guard (Retired), Former Chief of Coast Guard Engineering (July 1, 1961-July 1, 1962). Washington: U.S. Coast Guard, 1984.

________. Reflections of Rear Admiral Theodore J. Fabik, U.S. Coast Guard (Retired), Former Chief of Coast Guard Engineering (July 2, 1962-June 18, 1964). Washington: U.S. Coast Guard, 1984.

________. Reflections of Rear Admiral John B. Oren, U.S. Coast Guard (Retired), Former Chief of Coast Guard Engineering (June 19, 1964-Dec 31, 1967). Washington: U.S. Coast Guard, 1984.

________. Reflections of Rear Admiral Douglas B. Henderson, U.S. Coast Guard (Retired), Former Chief of Coast Guard Engineering (Dec 31-1967-July 31, 1969). Washington: U.S. Coast Guard, 1984.

________. Reflections of Rear Admiral Helmer S. Pearson, U.S. Coast Guard (Retired), Former Chief of Coast Guard Engineering (Aug 1, 1969-July 10, 1973). Washington: U.S. Coast Guard, 1984.

________. Reflections of Rear Admiral James W. Moreau, U.S. Coast Guard (Retired), Former Chief of Coast Guard Engineering (July 11, 1973-Apr 7, 1975). Washington: U.S. Coast Guard, 1984.

________. Reflections of Rear Admiral Malcolm E. Clark, U.S. Coast Guard (Retired), Former Chief of Coast Guard Engineering (Apr 7, 1975-June 13, 1977). Washington: U.S. Coast Guard, 1984.

________. Reflections of Vice Admiral Benedict L Stabile, U.S. Coast Guard (Retired), Former Chief of Coast Guard Engineering (June 13, 1977-June 4, 1979). Washington: U.S. Coast Guard, 1984.

_______ and Robert L. Scheina. Reflections of Rear Admiral Donald C. Thompson, U.S. Coast Guard. Washington: U.S. Coast Guard, 1984.

Johnson, Harvey Fletcher. The United States Coast Guard: Some Adventures, by Rear Admiral Harvey Fletcher Johnson ... A Newcomen Address. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1941.

Kern, Florence. Captain William Cooke Pease, U.S. Coast Guard Pioneer: From Sail to Steam--From East to West. Bethesda: Alised Enterprises, 1982.

Kimball, Sumner I. Joshua James: Life-Saver. Boston: American Unitarian Association, 1909.

Kroll, C. Douglas.  Commodore Ellsworth P. Bertholf: First Commandant of the Coast Guard.  Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, 2002.

Landauer, Lyndall Baker.  SCAMMON: Beyond the Lagoon: A Biography of Charles Melville Scammon.  Pacific Maritime History Series, Number One.  San Francisco: The Associates of the J. Porter Shaw Library (Pasadena: Flying Cloud Press), 1986.

Melville, David. An Expose of Facts, Respectfully Submitted to the Government and Citizens of the United States, Relating to the conduct of Winslow Lewis, of Boston, "Superintendent for lighting the United States' Light Houses,"--an accredited Agent of the Treasury Department, Addressed to the Hon. The Secretary of the Treasury. Providence: Miller & Hutchens, 1819.

Noble, Dennis L. Recollections of Vice Admiral J. E. Stika, U.S. Coast Guard, Retired, On the Revenue Cutter Service and Bering Sea Patrol. Washington: Public Affairs Division, U.S. Coast Guard, 1975.

Nolda, Herbert E. with Valerie L. Vierk.  Sailing the Troubled Sea: A Nebraska Boy Goes to War: The World War II Memoirs of an Enlisted Man in the United States Coast Guard.  Bloomington, IN: AuthorHouse, 2007.

O'Toole, James M.  Passing for White: Race, Religion and the Healy Family, 1820-1920.  Boston: University of Massachusetts Press, 2002.

Samuels, S. From the Forecastle to the Cabin. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1887.

Edward Leo Semler, Jr.  Around the World: 25 Years of Service as an Officer and Enlisted Man in the U.S. Army and U.S. Coast Guard.  By the Author, 2013.

Spectre, Peter (Interviewer). The Reminiscences of Admiral Merlin O'Neill, U.S. Coast Guard (Retired).  Annapolis: U.S. Naval Institute, 2004.

Stillwell, Paul (Interviewer). The Reminiscences of Admiral James S. Gracey, U.S. Coast Guard (Retired). Annapolis: U.S. Naval Institute, 2004.

________. The Reminiscences of Admiral Paul A. Yost, Jr., U.S. Coast Guard (Retired). Annapolis: U.S. Naval Institute, 2004.

Tiffany, F. Life of Dorothea Dix. Boston & New York: Houghton, Mifflin, 1890.

Von Paulsen, Carl Christian.  Letters from Carl Christian von Paulsen, 1892-1976.  Margaret von Paulsen Mabbs, editor.  U. S.: By the editor: M. E. Mabbs, 2000.

Wass, Philmore B. Lighthouse in My Life. Camden: Down East Books, 1987.

Waters, Harold. Adventure Unlimited: My Twenty Years of Experience in the United States Coast Guard. New York: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1955.

Wechter, Nell W. The Mighty Midgetts of Chicamacomico. Manteo: Times Publishing Co., 1974.

Weller, Frances Ward. Madaket Millie. New York: Philomel Books, 1997.

Wiley, Ken. Lucky Thirteen: D-Days in the Pacific with the U.S. Coast Guard in World War II. Drexel Hill, PA: Casemate Publishing, 2007.

Wright, David & David Zoby.   Fire on the Beach: Recovering the Lost Story of Richard Etheridge and the Pea Island Lifesavers.  New York: Simon & Schuster, 2001.

Wise, James E., & Anne Collier Rehill. Stars in Blue: Movie Actors in America’s Sea Services. Annapolis: NIP, 1997..

Zeulser, Frederick A. Sea Drift. New York: Vantage Press, 1980.

Dissertations, Theses and other 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.

Kroll, Charles Douglas.  "The Life and Career of Commodore Ellsworth Bertholf: The First Commandant of the Coast Guard."  Ph.D. dissertation, Claremont Graduate University, 2000.

Murphy, John F. "Cutter Captain: The Life and Times of John C. Cantwell."  Ph.D. dissertation, University of Connecticut, 1968.

Williams, Gerald O. "Michael J. [sic] Healy and the Alaska Maritime Frontier, 1880-1902." Master's Thesis, University of Oregon, June, 1987.


B) Women


C) Minorities (including African-American Coast Guard History)


D)  Recruiting, Education and Training

Articles:

Abel, Christopher A. "Needed: A National Interdiction Operations School." Naval Institute Proceedings 112 (Sep 1986), p. 117.

Allen, D.G. "The Development of the Reserve Training Course." The Bulletin (Nov 1942), pp. 93-96.

Ames, Fred L. "Engineering and Weapons Training: How It Can Work For You." Coast Guard Engineers Digest 24-229 (Spring, 1986), pp. 17-24.

Balunis, Timothy G.M. "Some Observations on a Port Safety Industry Training Program." The Bulletin (Sep-Oct 1977), pp. 24-27.

Black, Mark A. "Coast Guard Recruit Training: Does it Meet our Expectations?" The Bulletin (Mar/Apr 1984), pp. 18-21.

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

Brewer, Brandon. "Welcome to Cape May." Coast Guard (Feb 1998), pp. 20-27; "Surviving Cape May." (Mar 1998), pp. 22-27; "Leaving Cape May." (Apr 1998), pp. 18-25.

Brice-O'Hara, Sally. "Training the Guardians of the Sea." Officer Review 39, No. 3 (Oct 1999), pp. 7-8.

Byron, John L. "Confessions of a Flesh Peddler." The Bulletin (Sep-Oct 1984), pp. 18-24.

Calhoun, C. M. "Boat Crew Professionalism: The Coast Guard has recently embarked on a program which dramatically changes the way we have traditionally made sailors out of men and women. . ." Commandant's Bulletin (Nov 25 1983), pp. 12-15.

"Cape 'D' and the MLB [ Motor Lifeboat ] School." Office of Navigation Safety and Waterway Services On Scene (2/92), pp. 40-41.

Casey, Paul. "Coast Guard Leaders Must Be Accountable for Fitness." Naval Institute Proceedings 140 ( Aug 2004), p. 81.

"Chief Petty Officer Academy Meets Needs of the Coast Guard." Commandant's Bulletin #27-82 (Dec 6 1982), pp. 14-15.

Chittick, Arden B. "Port Safety Industry Training." The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1974), pp. 34-39.

"The [ Coast Guard ] Institute." Commandant's Bulletin (July 14 1980), pp. 6-8.

"Coast Guard Ski Patrol." The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1971), pp. 11-12.

Cole, Tim. "Surfbusters." Popular Mechanics 163, no. 4 (Apr 1986), pp. 84-87, 154.

Cooney, Frederick G. "Bud."  "Leggins, Flat Hats, and Seabags: Coast Guard Boot Camp at Cape May, New Jersey, 1951."  Wreck & Rescue Vol. 6, No. 2 (Aug 2003), pp. 14-15.

Desh, Robert L. "NOBODY ASKED ME, BUT. . .Where Are All the Coast Guard Publication 1s?" Naval Institute Proceedings 129 (Aug 2003), p. 67.

Dickerson, Hubert. "Where Mechanics Are Trained: Stringent Engineering Instruction at Norfolk Training Station Provides Coast Guard with Ace Mechanics."  Coast Guard Magazine 14 No. 6 (Apr 1941), pp. 16-17.

Dobney, Mark.  "USCG Motor Lifeboat Capsizes on Columbia River Bar."  Wreck & Rescue No. 16 (Spring 2001), pp. 4-6.

Ebersole, John F. "A New Approach to Damage Control Training." Coast Guard Engineers Digest 22-214 (Spring, 1982), pp. 25-29.

"Enlisted Schools Supply Trained Men." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1942), p. 58.

Faigle, John N. "Augmentees Train Along Side Active Force Crews." The Officer 66 (Feb 1990), pp. 72-76, 78, 80-81.

Fearn, William R. "A Proposal for Revision of Aids to Navigation Training for Officers." The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1964), pp. 53-55.

Frazer, Harry F. "Aviation Notes: Service Training of Fledglings." Coast Guard Engineers Digest [A.N.] (July 1941), pp. 1-2.

________. "To Replace the Old Days--Constant Training." Proceedings of the Merchant Marine Council 9 (Nov 1952), p. 239.

Gardenier, John S. "Simulator Research and Training." Coast Guard Engineers Digest 22-216 (Fall 1982), pp. 35-36.

Grimm, Christopher A. "Coast Guard Officer Candidate School." The Bulletin (Nov/Dec 1981), pp. 31-35.

Hansen, Knud L. "The Advantage of Training in the Square Rigger [Eagle]." The Bulletin (Sep 1945), pp. 170-172.

Hartzel, Tony. "Spin Cycle [Cape Disappointment]." Coast Guard (May 1998), pp. 20-25.

Janson, Jennifer L. "Simulation Program Helps Coast Guard Sink Training Costs." PC Week 9, No. 4 (Jan 27, 1992), pp. 91-92.

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

Kearney, Rob. "Rescue Swimmers Get One-Stop Training Shop." Commandant's Bulletin (June 1995), pp. 6-7.

Kelley, Mike. "Training Aireye Operators." Commandant's Bulletin (Dec 10, 1987), p. 7.

Knapp, James B. "Build Coast Guard Leaders For the New Era."  Naval Institute Proceedings 129 (Aug 2003), pp. 72-73.

Knutson, K.N. "Education and Training." Naval Institute Proceedings 115 (Oct 1989), pp. 159-160.

Lawrence, A.A. "The First Cadet Practice Cruise." The Bulletin (Feb 1942), pp. 169-174.

Lien, Maurice L. "The Draft: Countdown to Zero." The Retired Officer XXVIII (Aug 1972), pp. 30-36.

Lyons, Tod A. "Getting Down to Basics: 5,000 Men and Women Annually Attempt the Transition from Civilian to Military Life Via the Rigors of Cape May." Commandant's Bulletin (Dec 1991), pp. 2-8.

Marcott, R.J. "The Coast Guard Leadership and Management School." The Bulletin (Jul-Aug 1977), pp. 36-41.

"Maritime Training in Boston." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (May 1941), pp. 20-21.

Murray, C.W. "Refresher Training - Readiness and Much More." The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1977), pp. 35-37.

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

"The Next Wave: The Coast Guard Partners with NASCAR For Recruiting and Diversity Outreach."  The United States Coast Guard: The Shield of Freedom [ A Government Services Group periodical ] (2004), pp. 34-41.

Pascal, W.A. "Dive School." Commandant's Bulletin (Feb 1991), pp. 42-43.

Pine, James. "A Recruiting and Training Program for the Coast Guard." The Bulletin (Aug 1946), pp. 126-128.

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

________. "Training the Boarding Team." Commandant's Bulletin (Dec 6 1985), pp. 10-13.

Prial, Frank J. "They Wear Their Rates Proudly, the Training of Skilled Radiomen of Paramount Importance." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1953), pp. 18-19.

Ramsey, Benjamin. "Reserve Training..." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1954), pp. 16-17.

Ruenzel, N.D. "SCANTS: State-of-the-Art Ship Simulation." Naval Institute Proceedings 112 (Feb 1986), p. 115.

Russell, Carlton E. "THE VTU: Untapped Resource for Training." The Bulletin (May-June 1972), pp. 52-55.

"Schools for Personnel."  Coast Guard Magazine (October, 1942), p. 10. [List of enlisted specialty training schools and their locations with starting dates for the next classes during the early years of World War II.]

"Skill and training handle a dangerous situation: The skill of the team is as important as the boat they drive!" Office of Navigation Safety and Waterway Services On Scene (2/92), pp. 32-33.

Solt, C.T. "The Training of Radiomen..." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1941), pp. 6-7, 18.

________. "The Training of Radiomen: The Second in a Series of Articles Describing Work of the Coast Guard Institute." Coast Guard Magazine 14 No. 6 (Apr 1941), pp 6-7, 18.

Speight, C.M. "Training a New Coast Guard-An All Hands Job." The Bulletin (May 1946), pp. 51-53.

"Training Center Cape May." Commandant's Bulletin (Sep 15 1980), pp. 7-9.

"A Training Course for Reserve Officers." The Bulletin (Jan 1942), pp. 157-158.

Waldron, Bob. "Sailing Toward a Coast Guard Career." The Columbus Dispatch Magazine (May 11, 1969), pp. 8-13.

Ward, Francis. "The Coast Guard Makes a Success of its Own Recruit Training System." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1927), pp. 5-7.

Webb, Andrew G. "Coast Guard Entry Level Officer Training: Adequate for Today's Service?" The Bulletin (July/Aug 1982), pp. 20-23.

Wisniewski, Doug. "Coast Guard Recruit Training -- Purpose and Outcomes." The Bulletin 65, No. 2 (Apr 2003), pp. 34-35.

Wood, Daniel N. "Part-Time Coast Guard or Full-Time Reserve?" Naval Institute Proceedings 110 (Oct 1984), pp. 88-94.

Books & Government Publications:

Felsen, Henry G. He's in the Coast Guard Now. New York: Robert McBride and Company 1943.

Krietemeyer, George E. The Coast Guardsman's Manual. 8th ed. Annapolis: NIP, 1991.

Paxton, Glenn. The Coast Guard: From Civilian to Coast Guardsman. New York: The Viking Press, 1958.

Pearce, Charles A., ed. Right Down the Line. New York: Arrowhead Books, Inc., 1955.

Raymond, Jack. How to Serve and Get Ahead in the Armed Forces. New York: The Crowell-Collier Press, 1963.

Sipes, Joel D. Leadership in Service of Country and Humanity. New London: U.S. Coast Guard Academy 1968.

United States Coast Guard. The United States Coast Guard: A Career Service. Washington: GPO, 1954.

________. My Training, Rating, & Duties while in the United States Coast Guard. Washington: GPO, 1945.

United States Coast Guard Auxiliary. Bibliography of Publication for Public Education and Membership Training. Washington: GPO, 1966.

Unpublished Memoirs, Dissertations & Theses:

Nash, Kathleen A. "Development and Evaluation of an Intern Orientation Workshop and a Supervisory Training Course for the Student Educational Employment Program at the Maintenance and Logistics Command Atlantic." Dissertation, Nova Southeastern University, 2002.


E)  USRCS & USCG Academy History

Articles:

"The Academy." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1937), p. 1.

"The Academy at New London." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1939), pp. 5, 40.

"The Academy Celebrates 80th Birthday." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (May 1957), pp. 18-20.

"Academy Degree [Bill to Confer B.S. Dropped in Congress]." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1933), p. 3.

"Academy Gate Swings Open for Qualified Enlisted Men." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1949), pp. 8-12.

"The Academy's 100th Commencement." The Bulletin (May/June 1981), pp. 8-9.

"Academy Preparatory School." The Bulletin (Nov,. 1946), pp. 234-236.

"Academy Takes Up Inter-Collegiate Football." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1928), p. 52.

Andrews, Orvin G. "Great Friends, New London, the Coast Guard." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1931), pp. 13-14.

Arrington, C.B. "Academy Training for Tomorrow’s Officers." The Bulletin (Feb 1948), pp. 546-548.

Ayer, Robert. "Who was Professor Edwin Emery?" The Bulletin 73, No. 2 (Apr 2011), p. 10.

"Bachelor of Science Degree." The Bulletin (Sep 1948), p. 177.

"Bill for $1,750,000 Academy in the Senate." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1929), p. 20.

Billard, F.C. "Some Considerations on the Coast Guard Academy." Journal of the United States Coast Guard Association I, No.1 (Jan, Feb, Mar 1917), pp. 1-26.

________.________. The Bulletin (July/Aug 1980), pp. 19.

Bobbitt, Joseph M. & Sidney H. Newman. "Psychological Study of Factors Involved in the Selection of Cadets." The Bulletin (Mar 1945), pp. 296-305.

Burgard, Michael J. "NAPS?? What's That?" The Bulletin (Jan/Feb 1984), pp. 32-35.

"Cadets of the Revenue Cutter Service." The Bulletin (Dec 1950), pp. 373-374.

Castagnera, James. "Cadet Procurement: A Grass Roots View." The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1971), pp. 28-31.

Clinton, William Jefferson.  "President Clinton's Commencement Address -- May 17, 2000."  The Bulletin (Aug 2000), pp. 21-25.

"Coast Guard Academy...New London." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1941), pp. 30-31.

"The Coast Guard Academy Today (continued) -- Questions from Alumni and Answers from the Superintendent and Senior Staff."  The Bulletin (Feb 2000), pp. 11-12.

________.  The Bulletin (Apr 2000), pp. 10-11.

Decker, Tim.  "History of the Academy." The Bulletin 63, No. 3 (June 2001), pp. 16-17.

________.  "History of the Academy -- '25-'45." The Bulletin 63, No. 4 (Aug 2001), p. 16.

________.  "History of the Academy: 1946-1960." The Bulletin 63, No. 5 (Oct 2001), p. 17.

________.  "History of the Academy -- the 1960s."  The Bulletin 63, No. 7 (Dec 2001), p. 30.

Derby, Wilfrid N. "Education and Training of Cadets." The Bulletin (Dec 1947), pp. 458-469.

________. "Ole and the Oriole." The Bulletin (July-Aug 1977), pp. 24-25.

Dimick, Chester E. "The Academy is Accredited." The Bulletin (Dec 1940), pp. 11-14.

________. "Coast Guard Academy Formally Dedicated." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (June 1933), pp. 4-5.

Earle, Bill. "Cadet Life in the Thirties." The Bulletin (June 1999), pp. 4-5.

Evans, Stephen Hadley. "Honor in the Corps." The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1976), pp. 2-3.

"Forty-Two Years Ago: History of the School." The Bulletin (June 1947), pp. 153-157.

"GAO Completes Fiscal Study of Service Academies." The Bulletin (Mar-Apr 1975), pp. 21-22.

"Graduates of the U.S. Coast Guard Academy [ 1876-1976 ]." The Bulletin Centennial Issue 1976, pp. 70-82.

________. "Class Listings." The Bulletin Centennial Issue 1976, pp. 83-104.

Gray, Samuel F. "Basketball: Cadets Fought Stirring Floor Battles During Past Season." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1928), pp. 56-58.

Haas, Thomas J.  "Today's Coast Guard Academy: Assets, Definitions, and Special Considerations."  The Bulletin 62, No. 2 (Apr 2000), pp. 17-21.

Hamilton, Robert. "Women Take Command -- Years of Gender Blind Recruitment Pay off for CG Academy." The Bulletin 61, No. 7 (Dec 1999), pp. 16-17.

Hamlet, H.G. "The U.S. Coast Guard Academy." Naval Institute Proceedings 55 (May 1929), pp. 371-373.

"History of the Academy." The Bulletin  (June 2001), pp. 16-17.

"The Interesting Evolution of 'The Academy.'" The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (July 1933), pp. 9, 26-27.

Isley, April. "History of the Academy -- the 1970s." The Bulletin 64, No. 1 (Feb 2002), p. 12.

________. "History of the Academy -- Conclusion." The Bulletin 64, No. 2 (Apr 2002), p. 17.

Johnson, Harvey E. "More on Honor." The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1975), p. 5.

Johnson, K.G. "'Who Lives Here Reveres Honor ...'" The Bulletin (May-June 1975), p. 4.

Johnson, Paul. "Academy 1890-1900." The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1969), pp. 2-13.

________. "The Academy at Arundel Cove 1900-1910." The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1970), pp. 2-18.

________. "The Academy at Fort Trumbull, Part One 1910-1920." The Bulletin (Mar-Apr 1970), pp. 2-18; "Part Two - 1920-1932," No. 3 (May-June 1970), pp. 4-27.

________. "The Chase in New Bedford: The Academy's Earliest Years." The Bulletin (Sep-Oct 1989), pp. 2-11.

________., & Bill Earl. "U.S. Coast Guard Academy: The First 100 Years." The Bulletin Centennial Issue (1976), pp. 2-68.

Kroll, C. Douglas. "The Coast Guard’s First Chapel." The Bulletin (Jul-Aug 1982), pp. [*****].

________. "The Ministry of Navy Chaplains at CGA." The Bulletin (May 1981), pp. [*****].

Lawrence, Albert A. "The Coast Guard and Its Academy Look Forward." The Bulletin (Mar 1946), pp. 382-388.

________. "Fifty Years Ago at the School of Instruction." The Bulletin (Sep 1953), pp. 136-138.

________. "Seventy-Fifth Anniversary?" The Bulletin (Nov 1951), pp. 159-161.

________. "Why Was the Academy Established?" The Bulletin (Jan 1954), pp. 283-287.

Long, R.B. "Coast Guard Academy Physical Plant." The Bulletin (July-Aug 1967), pp. 246-248.

Lovell, John P. "A Study of Change at the Service Academies." The Bulletin (Sep/Oct 1975), pp. 22-23.

Loy, James M. "Commandant's Strategic Guidance for the United States Coast Guard Academy." The Bulletin (June 1999), pp. 17-21.

Marvin, D.P. "New United States Coast Guard Academy." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1932), pp. 4-5.

Marvin, Nathan L. "The Academy Curriculum: Its Pattern of Development." The Bulletin (July-Aug 1965), pp. 254-262.

McDermott, Jennifer. "[President Barack] Obama Tells Coast Guard Grads Their Service to the Nation Matters More Than Ever." Coast Guard Academy Alumni Association The Bulletin 73, No. 3 (June 2011), pp. 28-32.

McEntire, James F. "Engineers or Guardians?" Naval Institute Proceedings 116 (Dec 1990), pp. 74-76.

Meyer, Richard. "Academy Education." Coast Guard Academy Alumni Association The Bulletin (Nov/Dec 1976), p. 4.

Miller, M. "At the Academy. Daily Life at Old Fort Trumbull, New London." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Oct 1928), pp. 90-91.

Murray, Frank P. "Teaching at the Coast Guard Academy." Coast Guard Academy Alumni Association The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1983), pp. 32-34.

"The New Academy." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Sep 1932), pp. 24, 42-43.

"Officer Training School: U.S. Coast Guard Academy." Coast Guard Academy Alumni Association The Bulletin (Mar 1947), pp. 458-461.

"125 Years of Training Seagoing Officers."  Coast Guard Academy Alumni Association The Bulletin 63, No. 1 (Feb 2001), p. 11.

Pine, James. "The Coast Guard Academy--A School of Officers." Coast Guard Academy Alumni Association The Bulletin (Oct 1940), pp. 12-16.

Pratte, R.J. "The U.S. Coast Guard Academy." Naval Institute Proceedings 102 (June 1972), pp. 60-73.

"President Lyndon Johnson Addresses Graduating Class." Coast Guard Academy Alumni Association The Bulletin (July-Aug 1964), pp. 313-329.

"President Truman Visits the Academy." Coast Guard Bulletin VIII, 4 (Oct 1952), pp. 73-74.

"President Truman Visits the Academy." Coast Guard Academy Alumni Association The Bulletin (Nov 1952), pp. 160-163.

Santos, Dave. "Hail to the Chief: President Attends 1996 Commencement." Coast Guard (Aug 1996), pp. 2-5.

Sharp, H.S. "The Academy's New Entrance Examinations." Coast Guard Academy Alumni Association The Bulletin (Dec 1947), pp. 469-477.

Silkowski, Bernard J. "A Plea to the Executive Board [Honor System]." Coast Guard Academy Alumni Association The Bulletin (Sep-Oct 1975), p. 6.

Smith, Stanley L. "Honor." The Bulletin (Jul-Aug 1956), pp. 13-16.

"Some History." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1933), p. 22.

Stevens, Gwendolyn, & Patricia Daragan. "Culture and Climate Assessment of the Coast Guard Academy: An Overview." Coast Guard Academy Alumni Association The Bulletin (June 1993), pp. 10-11.

________., Fred M. Rose, Jr., & Sheldon Gardner. "Military Academies as Instruments of Value Change." Armed Forces & Society 20 (Spring, 1994), pp. 473-484.

Swezey, K.M. "Picked Men Trained to Lead our Police of the Sea: Coast Guard Academy, New London." Popular Science 122 (Jan 1933), pp. 38-39.

"'These Are War Days' Academy Graduating Class Hears Grave Address by Hon. Joseph W. Barker as Thirty Cadets Receive Commissions as Ensigns.  Course of Instruction Curtailed to Three Years." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1942), pp. 18-20, 79.

"U.S. Coast Guard Academy." Almanac of Seapower (2002), p. 20.5

"The United States Coast Guard Academy." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1946), pp. 30-33.

"The United States Coast Guard Academy." Coast Guard Academy Alumni Association The Bulletin (June 1948), pp. 63-65.

Unsinn, Otto F. "Them What Asks, Gits." Coast Guard Academy Alumni Association The Bulletin (Nov 1949), pp. 201-204.

Weller, George H. "Instructors at the Academy." The Bulletin (Sep 1946), pp. 147-149.

Wellington, Kurt. "The Honor Concept at the Coast Guard Academy." Coast Guard Academy Alumni Association The Bulletin (Nov-De 1977), pp. 8-9.

Whalen, M.A. "Cadet Procurement." Coast Guard Academy Alumni Association The Bulletin (Nov 1949), pp. 199-200.

Williams, Malcolm J. "Cadet Selection: Present and Future."Coast Guard Academy Alumni Association The Bulletin (Sep-Oct 1969), pp. 12-21.

Wolter, Brenda. "Twenty Years Later: CGA Celebrates its Part of Women's History." Coast Guard Academy Alumni Association The Bulletin 62, No. 3 (June 2000), pp. 16-17.

Books & Government Publications:

Allen, Sherman. Information Relative to Appointments to Cadetships in the Line of the United States Revenue Cutter Service, 1913. Washington: GPO, 1913.

Bell, Kensil. Coast Guard Cadets. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1942. [FICTION]

Butler, Roger. Let’s Go to the United States Coast Guard Academy. New York: Putnam, 1964.

"The Coast Guard Academy Today." The Bulletin (June 1999), pp. 12-13.

Colby, C.B. Coast Guard Academy: Cadets, Training and Equipment. New York: Coward-McCann, Inc., 1965.

Crump, Irving. Our United States Coast Guard Academy. New York: Dodd, Mead & Company 1961.

Engeman, Jack. The Coast Guard Academy: The Life of a Cadet. New York: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, Co., Inc., 1957.

Hills, Charles D. Information Relative to Appointments to Cadetships in the Line of the United States Revenue Cutter Service, 1910. Washington: GPO, 1910.

Hughes, Riley. Our Coast Guard Academy: A History and Guide. New York: The Devin-Adair Company 1944.

Lovell, John P. Neither Athens Nor Sparta? The American Service Academies in Transition. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 1979.

Lusk, Hugh F. Traditions of Gallantry: Graduates of the U.S. Coast Guard Academy. New London: n.p., 1992.

MacCloskey, Monro. How to Qualify for the Service Academies. New York: Richards Rosen Press, 1964.

MacVeagh, Franklin. Information Relative to Appointments to Cadetships in the Line of the United States Revenue Cutter Service, 1909. Washington: GPO, 1909.

United States Coast Guard. The Story of the United States Coast Guard Memorial Chapel. Washington: Public Information Division, U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters, 1951.

United States Congress. House. Appointments from American Samoa, Guam, or Virgin Islands to U.S. Service Academies. H. Rp. 2293, 87th Cong., 2nd sess., 1962, Serial 12433.

________.________. Appointment of Cadets in Revenue-Cutter Service. H. Doc. 1206, 62nd Cong., 3rd sess., 1913, Serial 6500.

________.________. Appointment of Coast Guard Academy Graduates in 1945 and thereafter as Ensigns in Coast Guard. H. Rp. 360, 78th Cong., 1st sess., 1943, Serial 10761.

________.________. Bachelor of Science Degree for Graduates of Naval, Military, and Coast Guard Academies. H. Rp. 64, 73rd Cong., 1st sess., 1933, Serial 9774.

________.________. Conferring of Bachelor of Science Degree on all Living Graduates of Military, Naval, and Coast Guard Academies. H. Rp. 214, 75th Cong., 1st sess., 1937.

________.________. Draft of Legislation for Constructing Coast Guard Academy. H. Doc. 667, 71st Cong., 3d sess., 1931, Serial 9380.

________.________. Limit of Cost for Construction of Coast Guard Academy. H. Rp. 238, 71st Cong., 2d sess., 1930, Serial 9190.

________.________. Site and Buildings for Coast Guard Academy. H. Rp. 2096, 70th Cong, 2d sess., 1929, Serial 8979.

________. Senate. Appointment of Coast Guard Academy Graduates in 1945 and thereafter as Ensigns in Coast Guard. S. Rp. 251, 78th Cong., 1st sess., 1943, Serial 10756.

________.________. Appointments of U.S. Citizens or Nationals from American Samoa, Guam, or Virgin Islands to Service Academies. S. Rp. 1885, 87th Cong., 2nd sess., 1962, Serial 12419.

________.________. Coast Guard Academy, History, Entrance Requirements, Course of Instruction, and Service after Graduation. S. Doc. 81, 76th Cong., 1st sess., 1939.

________.________. Conferring of Bachelor of Science Degree on all Living Graduates of Military, Naval, and Coast Guard Academies. S. Rp. 9, 75th Cong., 1st sess., 1937.

________.________. Congressional Alternatives to Service Academies. S. Rp. 1316, 90th Cong., 2nd sess., 1968, Serial 12792-3.

________.________. Estimate for Coast Guard Academy, New London. S. Doc. 240, 70th Cong., 2d sess., 1929, Serial 9000.

________.________. Limit of Cost for Construction of Coast Guard Academy. S. Rp. 156, 71st Cong., 2d sess., 1930, Serial 9185.

________.________. Selection of Candidates for Service Academies. S. Rp. 1670, 89th Cong., 2nd sess., 1966, Serial 12710-5.

________.________. Site and Buildings for Coast Guard Academy. S. Rp. 1603, 70th Cong, 2d sess., 1929, Serial 8977.

________.________. The United States Coast Guard Academy: History, Entrance Requirements, Course of Instruction, Service after Graduation. Washington: GPO, 1939.

United States General Accounting Office. Financial Operations of the Five Service Academies: Department of Defense, Department of Transportation, and the Department of Commerce: A Report to the Congress. Washington: General Accounting Office, 1975.

White, Anthony G. U.S. Naval and Coast Guard Academies’ Architecture: A Selected Bibliography. Monticello, IL: Vance Bibliographies, 1983.


F)  Uniforms, Insignia, Medals, Awards & Accouterments

Articles:

Alexander, Waide. "My Sailor Suit: It All Started Right After the Big Flood and Hasn't Changed Much Since."  The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1939), pp. 16-18.

Anderson, A.W. "New Uniform." The Bulletin (Sep-Oct 1972), pp. 4-5.

Bigelow, Jaime. "A New Decoration Just For Safety [Marine Safety Insignia -- ALCOAST 183/01]." Coast Guard (July 2001), pp. 10-11.

Bond, George D. "New Uniform." The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1972), p. 4.

Borch, Frederic L. "The History of an Appurtenance: The 'V' For Valor." Journal of the Orders and Medals Society of America 52 (July-Aug 2001), pp. 3-20.

Boswell, Day M. "Uniform Regs Get More Changes." Commandant's Bulletin (Sep 30 1983), pp. 30-31.

Casper, Henry. "The New Uniform, or Consternation in Miami." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (June 1943), p. 34.

"Changes in Dress Blues for Enlisted Approved." Coast Guard Bulletin V, 12 (June 1950), p. 295.

"Changes in Uniform Regulations." The Bulletin (June 1948), pp. 81-82.

Cipra, Dave. "Commandant Approves Uniform Changes." Commandant's Bulletin (Feb 14 1983), pp. 36-38.

________. "A History of Sea Service Ranks & Titles." Commandant's Bulletin (Mar 1 1985), pp. 16-19; (Mar 15 1985), pp. 16-20; (Mar 29 1985), pp. 8-12; (Apr 12 1985), pp. 12-15; (May 24 1985), pp. 17-19; (June 7 1985), pp. 13-16.

Claflin, Jim.  "Collecting Nautical Antiques: Lighthouse Insignia?" Lighthouse Digest (Aug 2001), p. 34.

________.  "Collecting Nautical Antiques: U.S. Lighthouse Service Vest."  Lighthouse Digest (Sep 2003), p. 36.

“Coast Guard Commendation Medal [first newly redesigned CM awarded].”  Commandant’s Bulletin  #6-78 (6 Feb 1978), p. 7.

"Coast Guard Commendation Ribbon." The Bulletin (Oct 1947), p. 371.

"Coast Guard Distinguished Service Medal Design." The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1960), p. 28.

"Command Ashore Insignia." Commandant's Bulletin #23-76 (7 June 1976), p. 6

"Controversy Continues to Center around Uniforms." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1946), p. 10.

Copeland, Peter F., Howard K. Hayden, & John R. Elting. "United States Life Saving Service 1899-1915." Military Collector & Historian, Journal of the Company of Military Historians XXCIII (Winter 1976), pp. 166, 188.

"Criteria for Command Ashore Insignia." The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1976), p. 3.

de Quesada, Alenjandro M. "Uniforms of the Bagpipers of the United States Coast Guard and the Coast Guard Auxiliary." Military Collector & Historian 58, No. 4 (Winter 2006), pp. 269-271.

DuBois, Arthur E. "The Heraldry of Heroism." National Geographic Magazine (Oct 1943), pp. 409-444.

Evans, S.H. "Where Our Swords Come From." The Bulletin (Jan/Feb 1979), pp. 30-31.

"Everyone's Talking About Uniforms, Old and New." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1945), pp. 33-34.

"Evolution of the Coast Guard Uniform." Commandant's Bulletin (July 6 1983), pp. 20-21.

"Famous Designer Edith Head...Presents Some of her Preliminary Creations for Updating the Uniforms of the Women of the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve..." Commandant's Bulletin #52-74 (Dec 27 1974), pp. 8-9.

"For Marksmanship [Revised medal]." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Sep 1932), p. 58.

"For a Practical Uniform." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1938), pp. 14-16.

Freeman, C.S. "The Uniform and the Enlisted Man." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1934), pp. 6-7, 10-12; 12 (Jan 1939), pp. 10-11, 22-27.

Frischmann, F.F. "Shoulder Boards for New Blues?" The Bulletin (Mar-Apr 1975), p. 4.

"A Good Deal, Or Not?" The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1957), p. 23.

"Goodbye, Buttons." Coast Guard Bulletin VI, 11 (May 1951), p. 130.

"Green Uniforms Mandatory Only for Aviators, Pilots." All Hands, No. 327 (June 1944), p. 71.

Hall, Scott R. "Is the CG Changing Its Clothes?" Commandant's Bulletin (Oct 1990), pp. 28-29.

________. "Putting All Your Ribbons in a Row." Commandant's Bulletin (Oct 1990), p. 31.

Hammond, Judith. "Cutterman Insignia." Commandant's Bulletin (Nov 1991), p. 26.

"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]."  The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1939), pp. 6-7.

"History of Bell Bottoms." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1947), pp. 28-29.

"Information Concerning the New Coast Guard Officer and Enlisted Uniforms." Commandant's Bulletin (Apr 13 1973), Supp. No. 2.

Kern, Florence. "Captain Pease’s Cocked Hat and Gold Buttons." The Dukes County Intelligencer 24, No. 2 (Nov 1982), pp. 43-50.

Langer, William. "'Anchors Aweigh!' Away With That Uniform." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Sep 1945), pp. 42-44.

"Life Saving Medals." In Official Opinions of the Attorneys-General. Vol 21, pp. 65-67, 124-128. Washington: GPO, 1898.

Martin, Harrison P. "Modernizing Enlisted Men’s Uniforms." Naval Institute Proceedings 69 (Feb 1943), pp. 199-200.

McBarron, H. Charles, & James C. Tily. "United States Navy 1797 Full Dress." Military Collector & Historian 15 (Fall 1963), pp. 80-81.

McCauley, Robert H., Jr.  "A U.S. Revenue Marine Officer's Uniform, CA 1855."  Military Collector and Historian XXVI, pp. 21-23.

McClinton, J.L. "Cutterman's Insignia." The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1975), p. 5.

McDowell, Charles P. "The Coast Guard Commendation Medal." Journal of the Orders and Medals Society of America 48 (June 1997), pp. 10-17.

"Medals and Swords." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1937), p. 4.

"More on Uniforms." The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1973), pp. 2-3.

"New Uniform [ Surfman ]." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1928), p. 32.

"The New Uniform." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (June 1943), pp. 2, 6-7.

"New Uniforms." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1943), p. 11.

"New Uniform for Officer and Enlisted Personnel." Commandant's Bulletin (Jan 19 1973), p. 5.

"New Women's Uniform Available Soon." Commandant's Bulletin (Dec 10 1987), p. 42.

Onstead, Skip. "Command Ashore Insignia." The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1977), pp. 4-5.

Perry, M.A. "A Distinctive Uniform." The Bulletin (Mar 1951), pp. 476-478.

Pine, James. "A Working and Landing Uniform." Journal of the United States Coast Guard Association I, No. 1 (Jan, Feb, Mar 1917), pp. 74-78.

"Port Security Brassard is Now Authorized." Coast Guard Bulletin VII, 4 (Oct 1951), p. 52.

Powers, Paul. "Design Function." Commandant's Bulletin (Mar 1996), pp. 2-3.

"[ Uniform ] Regulations of 1834, 1836." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1930), pp. 40-42.

"A Ribbon is Born [ Special Operations Service Ribbon ]." Commandant's Bulletin (Aug 7, 1987), p. 11.

"Service Insignia [ USLHS ]." Light House Service Bulletin II, No. 34 (Oct 1, 1920), p. 146.

"Service Insignia for [ USLHS ] Keepers’ Uniforms." Light House Service Bulletin II, No. 23 (Nov 1, 1919), pp. 97-98.

Sirmans, Stan. "The Navy's World War II Purple Hearts." Journal of the Orders and Medals Society of America 37 (Mar, 1986), pp. 19-22.

Smith, Horatio D. "Old Uniforms of the United States Service." United Service, II, N.S. (1889), pp. 192-201, 260-271, 375-388.

________. "The United Service a Monthly Review of Military and Naval Affairs," United Service, II, N.S. (Philadelphia: L.R. Hamersly & Co., 1889), pp. 382-386.

"Standardized Uniforms." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1929), pp. 8-9.

"Surfmen's Uniform." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (May 1928), p. 30.

"This is the New Uniform!" The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1946), pp. 42-43.

Tily, James C. "Uniform for the Navy of the United States, 1797." Military Collector & Historian 15 (Winter 1963), pp. 122-123.

"The Uniform [ letter to the editor expressing dissatisfaction with the current uniforms for the various branches ]." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1940), p. 34.

"Uniform Alterations: Changing the Way We Look." Commandant's Bulletin (June 1991), p. 32.

"Uniforms in 1812, 1820, 1830." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1930), pp. 46-47.

"Uniform Board Offers improvement Forum." Commandant's Bulletin (July 6 1983), p. 19.

"Uniforms Required of Former Lighthouse Service Personnel." Coast Guard Bulletin I, 8 (Feb 1940), pp. 55-56.

Wagner, George H. "New Coast Guard Blue Auxiliary Uniform." The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1974), pp. 5-6.

"War Medals Now Ready for Coast Guard Vets." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Sep 1947), pp. 10, 12.

Weaver, Barry C. "Classification of World War II Named Purple Hearts Awarded to Navy and Marine Corps Personnel." Journal of the Orders and Medals Society of America 40 (Nov 1989), pp. 15-25.

Webster, W. Russell. "Found Heroes: Going for the Gold: The USCG's Lifesaving Medals." Wreck & Rescue 11 (Summer 1999), pp. 12-13.

Wedgewood, T.L. "Decorations of The United States Coast Guard." The Bulletin (July-Aug 1974), pp. 42-43.

________. "In Testimony of Heroic Deeds. . . [Life-Saving Medals]" The Bulletin (May-June 1976), pp. 35-38.

"The Weisman Poll. The Question: Do You Favor a Change in the Uniform Now Worn by the Enlisted Men?" The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Sep 1945), p. 18.

Worthylake, George.  "The Keeper's New Clothes."  The Keeper's Log (Fall 2001), pp. 24-29.

Books & Government Publications:

Albert, A.H. Record of American Uniform and Historical Buttons. Hightstown, NJ: by the author, 1968.

Borch, Fred L. & Charles P. McDowell.  Sea Service Medals: Military Awards and Decorations of the Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard.  Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, 2009.

Bunkley, J.W. Military and Naval Recognition Book. New York: D. Van Nostrand, 1943.

Canney, Donald L. Uniforms of the United States Coast Guard. Washington: Coast Guard Historians Office, 1990.

Gibbons, Cromwell. Decorations, Campaign and Service Bars. New York: U.S. Insignia Company 1943.

Kerrigan, Evans E. American Badges and Insignia. New York: The Viking Press, 1967.

________. American War Medals and Decorations. New York: The Viking Press, 1964.

________. The Sea Shall Not Have Them: A Complete Illustrated Record of the Life-Saving Medals of the United States. Noroton Heights, CT: Medallic Publishing Co., 1971.

Ketcham, Elizabeth. Armed Forces of the United States: The Ranks, Pay and Insignia of the Army, Navy, Marines and Coast Guard Fully Described and their Historical Background. Washington: The Washington Service Bureau, 1942.

Lord, Francis A. Uniforms of the Civil War. South Brunswick: T. Yoseloff, 1970.

Morgan, J. McDowell. Military Medals and Insignia of the United States. Glendale: Griffin-Patterson Publishing Co., 1941.

National Geographic Society. Insignia and Decorations of the U.S. Armed Forces. By Gilbert Grosvenor and others. Washington: National Geographic Society 1945.

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.

Perrenot, Preston B. United States Coast Guard Grade Insignia Since 1834.  Charleston, SC: By the Author, 2013.

Rankin, Robert H. Small Arms of the Sea Services: A History of the Firearms and Edged Weapons of the U.S. Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard From the Revolution to the Present.  New Milford, CT: N. Flayderman & Co., Inc., 1972.

________.  Uniforms of the Sea Services, A Pictorial History. Annapolis: U.S. Naval Institute 1962.

Smith, Cleveland H., & Gertrude R. Taylor. United States Service Symbols. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, Inc., 1942.

Stacey, John A. U.S. Navy Rating Badges, Specialty Marks and Distinguishing Marks, 1885-1982.  Fort Washington, MD: By the Author, 1982.

Tily, James C. The Uniforms of the United States Navy. New York: T. Yoseloff, 1964.

United States Coast Guard. The Coast Guardsman's Manual. 8th ed. Annapolis: NIP, 1991.

________. Insignia of Rank and Rating of Officers and Enlisted Personnel of the United States Coast Guard. Washington: U.S. Coast Guard, n.d. [1943?]

________. Public Relations Division. United States Coast Guard Book of Valor: A Fact Book on Medals and Decorations. Washington: Public Relations Division, U.S. Coast Guard, 25 May 1945.

United States Congress. House. Award of Congressional Medals of Honor to Officers of Navy, Marine Corps, and Revenue Cutter Service. H. Rp. 991, 62nd Cong., 2nd sess., 1912, Serial 6133.

________. Senate. Placing Coast Guard on Same Basis with Navy with Respect to Medals of Honor, etc. S. Rp. 1290, 73rd Cong., 2nd sess., 1934, Serial 9770.

________.________. Committee on Labor and Public Welfare. Medal of Honor Recipients--1863-1968. Prepared for the Subcommittee on Veterans' Affairs. 90th Cong., 2d sess., Senate Committee Print. Washington: GPO, 1968.

United States Department of Defense. American Forces Information Service. Armed Forces Decorations and Awards. Washington: Department of Defense 1989.

United States Navy. The Bluejackets' Manual. 21st ed. Annapolis: NIP, 1990.

Williams, Dion. Army and Navy Uniforms and Insignia: How to Know Rank, Corps, & Service in the Military and Naval Forces of the United States and Foreign Countries. New York: Frederick A. Stokes, Company, Publishers, 1918.

Wyllie, Robert E. Orders, Decorations and Insignia, Military and Civil, With the History and Romance of Their Origin and a Full Description of Each. New York: Putnam's, 1921.


G)  General Personnel, Sports & Other Misc.

Articles:

"Act Improves System of Retirement for Commissioned Personnel." Coast Guard Bulletin I, 13 (July 1940), pp. 94-95.

"Act Provides for Retirement of Enlisted Personnel With 20 Years’ Service." Coast Guard Bulletin I, 3 (Sep 1939), p. 19.

Adams, Michael R. "The Coast Guard’s Retention Problem." Naval Institute Proceedings 105 (Nov 1979), pp. 56-61.

"Admiral Siler Discusses Grooming Standards, Drug Abuse." Commandant's Bulletin (Nov 15 1974), p. 6.

Allen, Nick. "The Officer Assignment Process: Myth and Reality." The Bulletin (May-June 1978), pp. 20-27.

"Applications for Induction Into Military Establishment Should Be Made Promptly." Coast Guard Bulletin I, 8 (Feb 1940), p. 56.

[ Athletics ]: "Coast Guard Sports and Athletics." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (1928 - ). [ Monthly column listing sports scores and events throughout the Coast Guard. ]

[ Athletics ]: Marron, R. V. "'Signals -- 1-9-2-8!' Headquarters Athletic Board Appointed as Plans Grow for Major Coast Guard Athletic Policy.  All Coast Guard Versus all Marines at New London on October 6th." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1928), pp. 40-42.

Bailey, C.W. "Call Me If In Doubt: The Commanding Officer's Alter Ego, The Officer of the Deck." The Bulletin (Mar-Apr 1971), pp. 20-25.

"Baltimore's Nine Old Timers [ Nine Warrant Officers with Service Records of 30 to 40 Years in Coast Guard ]." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1943), pp. 28-30.

[ Basketball ]: Gray, Samuel F. "Basketball: Cadets Fought Stirring Floor Battles During Past Season." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1928), pp. 56-58.

Bayers, Lou. "The Storekeeper Rate is No Soft Racket." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1952), pp. 23-24.

"Bill Provides for Induction of Lighthouse Personnel Into the Coast Guard." Coast Guard Bulletin I, 1 (July 1939), p. 5.

Blake, Rex J., Earh H. Potter, III, & Richard E. Slimak. "Validation of the Structural Scales of the CPI Predicting the Performance of Junior Officer in the U.S. Coast Guard." Journal of Business and Psychology 7, No. 4 (Summer 1993), pp. 431-448.

[Boxing]: Adams, R. B. "For the Belts: Rules Promulgated for Coast Guard Ring Championships as Eight Gold Titular Belts Are Accepted by the Commandant for Competition and Award at New London Next Month." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1924), pp. 6068.

[Boxing]: "Coast Guard Sports and Athletics: Frankie Cheslock Comes Through with Kayo Win in Coast Guard Debut." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1928), pp. 38-39.

[Boxing]: Miller, Heinie. "Coast Guard Sports and Athletics: Gala All-Coast Guard Fistic Carnival to be Staged in New London on Date of All-Coast Versus Marines President's Cup Classic." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1928), pp. 35.

[Boxing]: Miller, Heinie. "Hail the Champs! Eight Coast Guard Mittmen Crowned as First of Service Ring Title Holders." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (June 1928), pp. 34-36.

[Boxing]: "Hombre Aqui Combate!!! [ Pete Aguinaldo, the Filipino boxer nicknamed "The Insurrection," stationed on the CG Destroyer Trippe ]." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1928), p. 39.

[Boxing]: "New London Coast Guard Mittmen: The Soporific Sock at New London." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1927), p. 36.

[Boxing]: "New London Stages Smashing Inter-ship Coast Guard Ring Battles." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1928), pp. 50-51.

Breed, Alan. "What's New in Officer Personnel?" The Bulletin (May-June 1974), pp. 29-32; (Nov-Dec 1974), pp. 36-38.

"Bright Days Ahead for Chief Warrant and Warrant Officers: Headquarters Seem Sure of New Legislation Beneficial to Warrant Corps." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1928), pp. 40-41.

Burton, Watson Archibald. "The Well-Rounded Coast Guard Officer." The Bulletin (Oct 1945), pp. 194-197.

Button, Chris. "Our Transfer Policy Works Against Us." Naval Institute Proceedings 125 (Dec 1999), p. 76.

Capron, W. C. "Specialty Assignment of Enlisted Personnel in the Coast Guard." The Bulletin (July 1950), pp. 177-179.

Carroll, Wm. Homer. "'Brass Buttons': The Bright Outlook for Promotion of Enlisted Men in the Coast Guard." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1928), pp. 6-8.

"Changes in Assignment." Coast Guard Bulletin [ Article published monthly, July 1939- ].

"Changes in Enlisted Rating Structure to Follow New Navy Practice." Coast Guard Bulletin III, 30 (Dec 1947), pp. 439-440.

Cinamella, Charles. "Are We Deck Watch Officers of Paper Pushers?" Naval Institute Proceedings 122 (Dec 1996), p. 69.

"Class 'A' Training Guide." Commandant's Bulletin (Nov 30 1981), pp. 12-15.

"Coast Guard Attacks Drug and Alcohol Abuse." Commandant's Bulletin (Oct 12 1981), pp. 17-18.

"Coast Guard Officer Procurement." Coast Guard Bulletin VII, 5 (Nov 1951), pp. 67-68.

"Coast Guard Reduction." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (July 1946), pp. 4-5.

Coburn, Alice. "A Word to the [ Coast Guard Officers' ] Brides." The Bulletin (July-Aug 1966), pp. 277-282.

"Commandant Sets Drug Abuse Policy." Commandant's Bulletin (Oct 19 1981), p. 3.

"Commissions Issued to 42 Officers and Employees of Former Lighthouse Service." Coast Guard Bulletin I, 7 (Jan 1940), p. 46.

Cooley, Michael D. "The Second Time Around." The Bulletin (Mar/Apr 1978), pp. 32-35.

Cutler, Frederick Morse. "The History of Military Conscription: With Special Reference to the United States." Historical Outlook 14 (May 1923), pp. 170-175.

"Cutters on Ice [ 'new' Coast Guard hockey team ]." Commandant's Bulletin (Mar 24 1980), p. 12.

Daniell, Martin H. "Central [ Enlisted ] Assignment Control-Plague or Panacea." The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1974), pp. 54-60.

Earle, W.K. "Let's Bring the Sailors Back!" The Bulletin (Sep-Oct 1977), pp. 35-39.

________. "Where Have All the Sailors Gone? Reminiscing about the 'Old Guard' and comparing it with the new..." The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1974), pp. 48-56.

"Executive Order Authorizes Increase in Enlisted Strength of Coast Guard." Coast Guard Bulletin I, 3 (Sep 1939), p. 17.

[ Football ]: "Academy Takes Up Inter-Collegiate Football." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1928), p. 52.

[Football]: DeGange John J. "Coast Guard Destroyer [ Football ] Team Wallops Navy: Break Three Year Jinx by Smearing Navy 8 to 0." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1927), pp. 45-47.

[Football]: Guy, Jos. P. "Destroyers' Eleven Win Battle of the Snow." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1928), pp. 53-54.

[Football]: "The All-Coast Guard Squad." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Oct 1928), p. 72.

[Football]: "For the Team: For the Support of the All-Coast Guard Football Team." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1928), p. 41.

[Football: All-Coast Guard Bears]: Morgan, Moxie. "All-Coast Guard [Football] Team Invited to Step Out On a Football Parity With All-Army and All-Marines in 1928 President's Cup Gridiron Classic.  Admiral Billard to Accept Invitation." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1927), pp. 42-43.

[Football-All Coast Guard Bears]: Patterson, Clay Keene. "Sport of All Sorts: All-Coast Guard Bears Make Excellent Showing Against All-Marine Corps Team [final score: All-Marine Corps: 21; All-Coast Guard: 0]." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1928) pp. 32-33.

[Football: All-Coast Guard Bears] "Some of the Coast Guard's Football Bears [1930]." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine Vol. 3, No. 12 (Oct, 1930), p. 38. [Photographs of team members].

[Football: All-Coast Guard Bears] "The Bears Growl: All-Coast Guard Football Squad Makes Ready for Third Year in Major Inter-Service Competition."  The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine Vol. 3, No. 12 (Oct, 1930), pp. 36-38.

[Football: All-Coast Guard Bears] "Bears Win Three Games: The Coast Guard Football Team, 1930." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine Vol. 4, No. 1 (Nov, 1930), pp. 34-36.

[Football: All-Coast Guard Bears] "Just Before The Battle: Bears Pile Up Fine Record of Victories as President's Cup Clash Approaches." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine Vol. 4, No. 2 (Dec, 1930), pp. 30-31.

[Football: All-Coast Guard Bears] Miller, Heinie. "President's Cup Classic: Tough To Take: Marines: 7; Coast Guard: 0."  The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine Vol. 4, No. 3 (Jan, 1931), pp. 30-34.

[Football-All Coast Guard Bears] "Aftermath [President's Cup, 1930]." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine Vol. 4, No. 4 (Feb, 1931), pp. 34-35.

[Football: All-Coast Guard Bears] "In the Admiral's Box at the Game [President's Cup, 1930]." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine Vol. 4, No. 4 (Feb, 1931), p. 18. [Photo with caption.]

[Football: All-Coast Guard Bears] "In the President's Box at the Big Game [President's Cup, 1930]." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine Vol. 4, No. 4 (Feb, 1931), p. 18. [Photo with caption.]

[Football: All-Coast Guard Bears] "At the President's Cup Game [1930]." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine Vol. 4, No. 4 (Feb, 1931), pp. 27, 35. [Photos with caption.]

[Football: All-Coast Guard Bears] "All Coast Guard Football Team-1931." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine Vol. 5, No. 1 (Nov, 1931), pp. 51-54

[Football: All-Coast Guard Bears] "The All-Coast Guard Bears Are Ready For Marines: Coast Guard Fans Expect Baker's Bruins to Cop President's Cup in Washington Classic This Year." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine Vol. 5, No. 2 (Dec, 1931), pp. 34-38.

[Football: All-Coast Guard Bears] Miller, Harvey. "Coast Guard Bears Fight to Win President's Cup." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine Vol. 5, No. 3 (Jan, 1932), pp. 6-8.

[Football: All-Coast Guard Bears]. "Coast Guard Drops President's Cup: With Extreme Reluctance and After Consultations and Mature Consideration Commandant Announces That the Bear Surrenders High Football Honor [economic considerations]." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine Vol. 5, No. 6 (Apr, 1932), pp. 22-23, 58-59.

Greene, Carroll H. "Competing for Coast Guardsmen in the Post Draft Era." The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1973), pp. 49-53.

Heydenreich, James G. "More Thoughts on Promotions..." The Bulletin (May-June 1971), pp. 19-24.

Hillman, Eugene. "Military Duty and Moral Scruple." America 57 (Oct 3, 1941), pp. 193-195.

[Hockey]: "Cutters on Ice [ 'new' Coast Guard hockey team ]." Commandant's Bulletin (Mar 24 1980), p. 12.

[Hockey]: Fisher, Stan. "Uncle Sam's Best Hockey Team: U.S. Coast Guard Cutters." Commandant's Bulletin (Mar 28 1983), pp. 18-20.

[Hockey]: Fischler, Stan. "The Coast Guard: Uncle Sam's Best Hockey Team." Rinkside #4 (1992-93), pp. 42-46.

[Hockey]: Fischler, Stan. "The Coast Guard on Ice: There Was Nothing Quite Like Them, Before or Since . . ." American Hockey & Arena (Summer, 1982), pp. 13-16.

[Hockey]: Fischler, Stan. "Frank Brimsek: The Bittersweet Mister Zero." Rinkside #4 (1992-93), pp. 47-48.

[Hockey]: Fischler, Stan. "On the Contrary: Cutters Were Best." The Hockey News (February 25, 1983), p. 5.

[Hockey]: Helton, Gary. "The Cutters -- Baltimore's Forgotten Team." 1986-87 Baltimore Skipjacks Official Scorebook, pp. 2-4.

Hough, David A. "Is Officer Promotion Geared to Mediocrity?" The Bulletin (May-June 1974), pp. 45-48.

"Induction of Lighthouse Service Personnel Into Coast Guard Progresses." Coast Guard Bulletin I, 4 (Oct 1939), p. 26.

"The Investigator in Coast Guard Intelligence." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1956), pp. 30-31.

Korrochs, Robert E. "Our Oaths of Office: Obligations and Rights." The Bulletin (Apr-May 1988), pp. 26-28.

"The Lady Commodores [ Coast Guard wives ]." The Bulletin (July 1941), pp. 71-74.

Larzelere, A. R. "Empty Billets." The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1977), pp. 20-23.

Leland, Walter T. "A Junior Officer's Dilemma." The Bulletin (July-Aug 1966), pp. 283-290.

Lennon, Daniel A. "Crime in the U.S. Coast Guard, 1964-1990." Journal of Deviant Behavior 15 (Oct/Dec 1994), pp. 397-416.

"Liberty at Lifeboat Stations."  Coast Guard Magazine 14 No. 5 (Mar 1941), p. 11.

"Lighthouse Personnel Induction [into grades and ratings of the Coast Guard]." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1940), pp. 8-9.

Lyngar, Edwin. "Crew Cuts? [ smaller cutter crews ]." Coast Guard (Nov 1998), pp. 10-11.

Mahan, Neal. "Officer Promotion Boards." The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1969), pp. 24-38.

Mavor, P. B. "A Policy of Personnel Management." The Bulletin (Apr 1950), pp. 18-22.

"To Members of the Former Lighthouse Service Eligible for Appointment or Enlistment in the Coast Guard." Coast Guard Bulletin I, 6 (Dec 1939), pp. 39-41.

Messer, C. W. "United States Coast Guard Band." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1928), p. 26.

Myles, Kami A. "Coast Guard Wife." Naval Institute Proceedings 115 (Oct 1989), p. 142.

"New Chief Petty Officers." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1929), p. 27.

"New Coast Guard Flag Officer Legislation." The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1973), pp. 30-31.

"No More '(L)'". The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1940), p. 13.

Noble, Dennis L. "Whither the Lifesavers?" Naval Institute Proceedings 125 (Dec 1999), pp. 54-55.

Olson, L. B. "Comparison of Cost of Officer Procurement." The Bulletin (Dec 1946), pp. 271-274.

Openshaw, Gary. "CG Says Goodbye to its Sonar Technicians." Commandant's Bulletin (Dec 1992), p. 7.

"Past and Present [commandants] Examine Future." Commandant's Bulletin (June 16 1980), pp. 8-11.

Peschel, J. E. "Planning the Coast Guard Workforce of the '90's." Commandant's Bulletin (May 1989), pp. 28-29.

Pitch, Roland. "Today's Officer, Did Fast Tempo of War Make Him a Better Seaman?" The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1947), pp. 10-12.

Price, John L. "One Man's Opinion...Mustangs." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (June 1946), p. 31.

"The Quartermaster." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (May 1955), pp. 20-21.

Ramsey, D. J. "Why Don't They Reenlist Like They Used To?" The Bulletin (Nov/Dec 1979), pp. 38-41.

Rea, R. F. "An Essay on Responsibility in Personnel Relations." The Bulletin (Apr 1950), pp. 28-32.

"Recruiting--A Crisis." Commandant's Bulletin (Jan 18 1974), Suppl. No. 2.

"Reducing the Work Force." Commandant's Bulletin (June 1994), pp. 2-5.

"Reduction of Personnel." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (June 1946), pp. 6-8.

"Report on Officer Personnel Developments." The Bulletin (Jan 1948), pp. 515-518.

Roughgarden, K. M. "The Enlisted Advancement System." The Bulletin (Nov/Dec 1976), pp. 24-27.

Rudolph, Douglas P. "The Officer Evaluation System." The Bulletin (Oct-Nov 1987), pp. 20-22.

Ryder, James J. "Let's Make Some Changes." Naval Institute Proceedings 116 (Dec 1990), pp. 78-79.

Schkeeper, Peter A., II. "Thoughts on Promotion." The Bulletin (Mar-Apr 1971), pp. 15-19.

"The Service in Congress." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Sep 1930), pp. 4-6.

Smith, D.S. "Remove Secrecy from Fitness Reporting." The Bulletin (Sep-Oct 1974), pp. 53-56.

"So You Hope to be a Mustang." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1951), pp. 20-22.

Spencer, Wm. E. "'Your Ship and You': Advice to Coast Guard Petty Officers for the Good of the Service." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1929), pp. 16-17.

"Status of Chief Petty Officers..." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1948), pp. 38-39.

Storch, Eric. "Pride, Poise, Perfection [ Honor Guard ]." Coast Guard (Dec 1996), pp. 26-31.

Stubbs, B. B. "So You Want to Join the Navy? Would You Swap Command of a WPB..." The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1973), pp. 43-47.

Tharp, E. R. "Esprit De Corps--Enlisted Personnel." The Bulletin (Mar 1946), pp. 412-414.

Trainor, John C. "Survey Report on the Military Likes and Dislikes of Former U.S. Coast Guard Active Duty Officers." The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1968), pp. 25-42.

"Twenty-Year [ Retirement ] Bill." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1937), pp. 4-5.

________. The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1937), p. 31.

"For Twenty-Year Bill." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1937), p. 12.

"The Twenty-Year Bill." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (May 1937), pp. 6, 29.

________. The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Sep 1937), pp. 1-2, 23-27.

Van Boskerck, F. S. "A Solution of the Recruiting Problem." Journal of the United States Coast Guard Association I, No. 1 (Jan, Feb, Mar 1917), pp. 90-95.

Venuto, Kenneth T. "Officer Promotion." The Bulletin (Jun-July 1987), pp. 27-35.

"Viewpoints of a 'Mustang.'" The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1946), pp. 28-29.

"Warrant Officers." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (May 1929), pp. 8-9; (July 1929), p. 41;

Webb, H.J. "A New Era of Discipline in the Coast Guard." The Bulletin (Oct 1950), pp. 285-297.

Wev, O. C. B. "Unite the Officer Corps." The Bulletin (Aug 1947), pp. 231-233.

"What's Happening to Petty Officer Authority?" The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1956), pp. 20-21.

Wheeler, William J. "Efficiency of Enlisted Personnel." Journal of the United States Coast Guard Association I, No. 1 (Jan, Feb, Mar 1917), pp. 63-69.

________. "Officers' Fitness Reports." The Bulletin (June 1941), pp. 53-55.

White, Ken. "The Coast Guard's Newest Rating-GM (FT)." The U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1953), pp. 26-27.

Workman, Robert B., Jr. "Let's Educate Through Operations." The Bulletin (May-June 1974), pp. 52-54.

"Your Pathways to a Commission." Commandant's Bulletin (Aug 24 1981), pp. 7-12.

Zittel, K. O. A. "Abolish Stewards Mates." The Bulletin (Sep 1952), pp. 121-122.

________. "Selection to Warrant Grade." The Bulletin (Nov 1950), pp. 317-318.

Books & Government Publications:

Cutler, Frederick Morse. The History of Military Conscription: With Special Reference to the United States. Philadelphia: n.p., 1932.

Department of Transportation. United States Coast Guard. Help Yourself: A Guide to Enlisted Careers in the Coast Guard. Washington: Department of Transportation, U.S. Coast Guard, 1983.

Harris, Mary Virginia. Guide Right: A Handbook of Etiquette and Customs for Members of the Women's Reserve of the United States Naval Reserve and the United States Coast Guard Reserve. New York: Macmillan, 1944.

Johnson, Richard S. How To Locate Anyone Who Is or Has Been in the Military: Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard: Active, Retired, Reserve, National Guard, Veterans and Others: Unit Reunion and Veterans Organization Information. Fort Sam Houston, TX: Military Information Enterprises, 1988.

Kroll, C. Douglas. A History of Navy Chaplains Serving with the U.S. Coast Guard. 2d ed. Navy Chaplains’ Resource Board, 1993; 1st ed.: Washington: GPO, 1983.

Official Register of Employees of the United States. Washington: GPO, 1831. [Published under the same title 1837, 1843, 1845, 1849, & 1857.]. Washington: GPO, 1831. [Published under the same title 1837, 1843, 1845, 1849, & 1857.]

Tilley, John A. Out of Uniform: Civilians in the U.S. Coast Guard. Washington: U.S. Coast Guard, 1994.

United States Congress. House. Amending Laws Relating to Enlistments in Coast Guard. H. Rp. 1224, 75th Cong., 1st sess., 1937, Serial 10085.

________.________. Amending Naturalization Laws on Aliens Serving in Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Revenue Cutter Service or Merchant Marine. H. Rp. 916, 61st Cong., 2nd sess., 1910, Serial 5592.

________.________. Commissioned Personnel of the Coast Guard. 2 pts. H. Rp. 239, 71st Cong., 2nd sess., 1930, Serial 9190.

________.________. To Distribute Commissioned Officers of Coast Guard in Grades. H. Rp. 934, 67th Cong., 2nd sess., 1922, Serial 7956.

________.________. Estimates for Salaries of Employees on Light-Ships for 1917. H. Doc. 1201, 64th Cong., 1st sess., 1916, Serial 7102.

________.________. Estimate for Salaries in Office of Life-Saving Service. H. Doc. 747, 63rd Cong., 2nd sess., 1914, Serial 6758.

________.________. Estimate for Salary of Superintendent of Life-Saving Station, New Jersey. H. Doc. 691, 62nd Cong., 2nd sess., 1912, Serial 6326.

________.________. To Fix Rank and Pay of Commandant of Coast Guard. H. Rp. 240, 71st Cong., 2nd sess., 1930, Serial 9190.

________.________. Increase Ceiling on Coast Guard Officers. H. Rp. 1400, 90th Cong., 2nd sess., 1968, Serial 12795-3.

________.________. To Increase Efficiency of Personnel of Revenue-Cutter Service. H. Rp. 1057, 60th Cong., 1st sess., 1908, Serial 5225.

________.________. Increase of Salaries of Officers of Relief Light Vessel No. 53. H. Doc. 1924, 64th Cong., 2nd sess., 1917, Serial 7243.

________.________. Keepers of Life-saving Station-houses. H. Rp. 370, 35th Cong., 1st sess., 1858, Serial 966.

________.________. Letter from Secretary of Treasury Regarding Revenue Marine of United States, and Compensation of Officers Thereof. H. Misdoc. 14, 37th Cong., 1st sess., 1861, Serial 1115.

________.________. List of Deaths in Life Saving Service. H. Exdoc. 74, 47th Cong., 1st sess., 1882, Serial 2027.

________.________. Officers in Life-Saving Service of Revenue Cutter Service. H. Doc. 141, 54th Cong., 1st sess., 1896, Serial 3420.

________.________. Officers of Revenue-marine Service. H. Rp. 2897, 49th Cong., 1st sess., 1886, Serial 2444.

________.________. Pay of Crews of Life-Saving Stations. H. Rp. 1033, 54th Cong., 1st sess., 1896, Serial 3460.

________.________. Pay of Junior Clerks in Lighthouse Service. H. Doc. 1745, 64th Cong., 2nd sess., 1917, Serial 7242.

________.________. Personnel of Coast Guard. H. Rp. 587, 65th Cong., 2nd sess., 1918, Serial 7308.

________.________. Personnel and Salaries in Revenue-Cutter Service. H. Doc. 1112, 61st Cong., 3rd sess., 1911, Serial 6070.

________.________. To Provide Warrant Officers of Coast Guard Parity of Promotion with Warrant Officers of Navy. H. Rp. 1249, 73rd Cong., 2nd sess., 1934, Serial 9775.

________.________. To Readjust Commissioned Personnel of Coast Guard. H. Rp. 1022, 69th Cong., 1st sess., 1926, Serial 8533; Hr. Rp. 2622, 70th Cong., 2nd sess., 1929, Serial 8980.

________.________. Readjustment of Pay of Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Public Health Service, and Coast and Geodetic Survey. H. Rp. 753, 67th Cong., 2nd sess., 1922, Serial 7955; ....with Minority Report. H. Rp. 926, 67th Cong., 2nd sess., 1922, Serial 7956.

________.________. To Regulate Enlistments and Punishments in Revenue-Cutter Service. H. Rp. 2749, 59th Cong., 1st sess., 1906, Serial 4907.

________.________. Regulate Hours of Duty and Pay of Civilian Lighthouse Keepers and Civilians Employed on Coast Guard Vessels. H. Rp. 501, 81st Cong., 1st sess., 1949, Serial 11298.

________.________. Secretary of Treasury, Transmitting Draught of Bill for Retiring Certain Officers of the Revenue-Cutter Service. H. Exdoc. 40, 42d Cong., 3d sess., 1873, Serial 1565.

________.________. Temporary Increase of Coast Guard for Law Enforcement. H. Rp. 228, 68th Cong., 1st sess., 1924, Serial 8227.

________.________. Withholding Names of Secret Inspectors in Revenue Service. H. Rp. 90, 29th Cong., 2d sess., 1847, Serial 501.

________. Senate. Appointment of Warrant Officers to Commissioned Rank in Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard. S. Rp. 1410, 77th Cong., 2nd sess., 1942, Serial 10657.

________.________. Commissioned and Engineer Officers of Coast Guard. S. Rp. 958, 67th Cong., 4th sess., 1923, Serial 8155.

________.________. Commissioned Personnel of the Coast Guard. S. Rp. 398, 71st Cong., 2nd sess., 1930, Serial 9185.

________.________. Detailing 2 Officers of Revenue-Cutter Service to Life-Saving Service. S. Doc. 304, 59th Cong., 1st sess., 1906, Serial 4914.

________.________. To Fix Compensation of Surfmen in Life-Saving Service. S. Rp. 804, 56th Cong., 1st sess., 1900, Serial 3890.

________.________. To Fix Compensation of District Supts .in Life-Saving Service. S. Rp. 1775, 56th Cong., 2nd sess., 1901, Serial 4064; S. Rp. 200, 57th Cong., 1st sess., 1900, Serial 4257.

________.________. Fixing Rank and Pay of Commandant of Coast Guard. S. Rp. 399, 71st Cong., 2nd sess., 1930, Serial 9185.

________.________. Including Coast Guard Within Provisions of Selective Service Act of 1948, etc. S. Rp. 2530, 81st Cong., 2nd sess., 1951, Serial 11372.

________.________. Increase Officers in Coast Guard. S. Rp. 1274, 90th Cong., 2nd sess., 1968, Serial 12792-3.

________.________. Increasing Efficiency of Personnel of Life-Saving Service. S. Rp. 334, 60th Cong., 1st sess., 1908, Serial 5218.

________.________. To Increase Efficiency of Personnel of Revenue-Cutter Service. S. Rp. 58, 60th Cong., 1st sess., 1908, Serial 5218.

________.________. Memorial of Certain Officers of Revenue Service Placed Under Orders of Secretary of Navy. S. Doc 589, 26th Cong., 1st sess., 1840, Serial 361.

________.________. Naturalization of Aliens Serving Four Years in Navy, Marine Corps, Naval Auxiliary Service, or Revenue-Cutter Service. S. Rp. 298, 62nd Cong., 2nd sess., 1912, Serial 6120; S. Rp. 511, 61st Cong., 2nd sess., 1910, Serial 5583.

________.________. Pay of Men in Coast Guard. S. Rp. 181, 66th Cong., 1st sess., 1919, Serial 7590.

________.________. Pay and Rank of Chief Warrant Officers in Revenue-Cutter Service. S. Rp. 353, 63rd Cong., 2nd sess., 1914, Serial 6552.

________.________. Pay of Warrant Officers of Navy and Coast Guard. S. Rp. 998, 70th Cong., 1st sess., 1928, Serial 8831.

________.________. Petition of Certain Revenue Cutter Officers for Pay and Emoluments of Officers of Navy. S. Doc. 16, 25th Cong., 3d sess., 1839, Serial 338; ....of Lieutenants in Marine Revenue Service. S. Rp. 46, 34th Cong., 1st sess., 1856, Serial 836.

________.________. Promotion of Officers in Coast Guard. S. Doc. 4, 67th Cong., 1st sess., 1921, Serial 7932.

________.________. To Provide for Temporary Promotion of Former Members of Lighthouse Service Now Serving with Coast Guard. S. Rp. 1222, 77th Cong., 2nd sess., 1942, Serial 10657.

________.________. To Provide Warrant Officers of Coast Guard Parity of Promotion with Warrant Officers of Navy. S. Rp. 1036, 73rd Cong., 2nd sess., 1934, Serial 1036.

________.________. To Readjust Commissioned Personnel of Coast Guard. S. Rp. 933, 69th Cong., 1st sess., 1926, Serial 8526; Hr. Rp. 2036, 70th Cong., 2nd sess., 1929, Serial 8977.

________.________. Readjustment of Pay of Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Public Health Service, and Coast and Geodetic Survey. S. Rp. 526 & S. Rp. 573, 67th Cong., 2nd sess., 1922, Serial 7950; S. Rp. 572, Serial 7951.

________.________. To Regulate Enlistments and Punishments in Revenue-Cutter Service. S. Rp. 958, 59th Cong., 1st sess., 1906, Serial 4904.

________.________. Regulate Hours of Duty and Pay of Civilian Lighthouse Keepers and Civilians Employed on Coast Guard Vessels. S. Rp. 487, 81st Cong., 1st sess., 1949, Serial 11292.

________.________. Temporary Increase of Coast Guard for Law Enforcement. S. Rp. 293, 68th Cong., 1st sess., 1924, Serial 8220.

________.________. Transfer to Navy of Officers of Revenue-Cutter Service and Naval Militia. S. Doc. 117, 59th Cong., 1st sess., 1906, Serial 4911.

United States Coast Guard. Register of Officers…………….

United States Department of the Interior. Register of Officers and Agents, Civil, Military, and Naval, in Service of the United States, on the Thirtieth September 1865. Washington: GPO, 1866. [Published with under the same title in: 1871, 1873, 1875, 1877, 1883, 1885, 1887, 1891, 1895, 1897, 1899, 1903, 1905.

United States Department of State. Civil Service Register, September 30, 1853. Washington, n.p., 1853.

________. Register of all Officers and Agents, Civil and Military, and Naval, in the Service of the United States, on the Thirtieth September, 1847. Washington: J. & G.S. Gideon, Public Printer, 1847.

Dissertations & Theses:

Coulter, Preston H. "A Study of the Problem of Retention of Junior Officers in the U.S. Navy, the U.S. Marine Corps, & the U.S. Coast Guard." Appendix A. United States Coast Guard Officers by A.M. Danielsen. Military Research Paper. Monterey: U.S. Naval Postgraduate School ,1961.


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