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Basic boat forces insignia qualification
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Credited with saving over 540 lives.
He was a member of the Massachusetts humane society.
Was awarded the first lifesaving medal.
Summer I. Kimball
Was the Organizer and superintendent of the life saving service in 1878-1915
CDR Ray Evans
Was part of the same team Munro was killed in durning the transportation of marines.
Was a signalman 3rd class USS Hunter-Liggett
Was awarded the navy star, Presidential Unit Citation Ribbon with one battle star, Commandant's Letter, the American Defense Service Medal with one battle star, American Campaign Medal, the European-Africa-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal the Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal with five battle stars and the Coast Guard Good Conduct Medal, among others.
Fireman first class Paul Clark
Director of Disembarkation on a landing craft in World War II. Drove two injured men on bored his vessel to a navy medical ship, then returned to the beach to carry on his duties.
Designed the 26' Beebe-McLellan pulling/sailing Surf boat that replaced most other surf boats and was the first self bailing surf boat.
Massachusetts humane Society
Founded in 1786 and were concerned with the loss of life that resulted from costal accidents and wanted to find ways to save lives. Was the model for the life saving service.
Establishment of the US Life Saving Service 1848
A US Government agency tasked with saving the lives of mariners along the coasts of the US. In 1915 formed with the revenue cutter service to form the US coast guard.
Pea Island Life Saving Station
It was the first life-saving station in the country to have an all-black crew, and it was the first in the nation to have a black man, Richard Etheridge, as commanding officer.
Reforms of the US Life Saving Service under Sumner Kimball
Cut the cost of running the US life saving service by tightening disciplinary action and decreasing the amount of people and pay per person. As well as obtaining new cutters made from wood rather than metal.
Created by David A. Lyle, the Lyle gun was made with the purpose of passing line from one vessel to another over a great distance.
Late 19th century to 1952.
a lifebuoy with canvas breeches attached that, when suspended from a rope, can be used to transfer a person to safety from a ship
Boat forces during World War II
Established a neutral zone, assessed weather in the Atlantic, provided aids to navigation, provided medical assistance to passing merchant ships, provided port security and escorts.
Project Kimball I and II
Joshua James ancient keeper
CDR Ray Evans Outstanding Coxswain Trophy
Fireman first class Paul Clark boat forces engineer award
Boat forces memorial
Reserve management plan
Difference between reserve and active duty currency cycles
Why coast guard Auxiliary are not allowed to participate in law enforcement
How the Auxiliary can support active duty law enforcement
Publications that state the use of coast guard auxiliary use in law enforcement
How the SAR assistance policy applies the the auxiliary
How auxiliary members provide assistance to ATON
Where to find auxiliary public education class info
Auxiliary vessel safety check program
Requirements for Auxiliary to offer their own vessel as an asset
Qualification and currency issues for auxiliary boat crew members
Auxiliary qualification process for boat crew
capabilities and limitations for auxiliary operations
Requirements for reporting auxiliary mishaps
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