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The United States Coast Guard 1790 to the Present - A History

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Author: Thomas P. Ostrom

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Download this FREE e-Book, and discover the United States Coast Guard�s fascinating history via this definitive volume that details its history from its beginning to the present. Author Thomas P. Ostrom, served in the United States Coast Guard from 1961-69, and underwent basic and advanced training at the United States Coast Guard Base in Alameda, California. Subsequently, he served in the Port Security Reserve Unit in Duluth, Minnesota, participated in monthly and active duty assignments during the summer, which earned him petty officer rank. Download this FREE e-Book today!

Jerry Murdock

Lots of very good information, but sometimes hard to follow because it skips around so much. The fact that "In 1995 Clinton extended diplomatic relations to Vietnam" is in the paragraph before, "President Lyndon B. Johnson deployed Coast Guard cutters to Vietnam (29 April 1965) . . .", and after, "In 1976 President Jimmy Carter pardoned most of the Vietnam war draft dodgers"


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