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Vol. 1, no. 1 (July 1939)-v. 4, no. 1 (July 1948).
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Issues for July 1939 to June 1942 numbered v. 1, no. 1-36; issues for July 1942-June 1945 numbered v. 2, no. 1-36; issues for July 1945-June 1948 numbered v. 3, no. 1-36.
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BULLETIN 'ii~ct-
ISSU ED M UONTH LY

Volume 3 WASHINGTON, MARICH 1947 1 Number 21


COAST GIUARD) TO 3E: HOST T ADMIRAL IFARLEY ADDRESSES
INTERNATIONAL RADIO MVISSISSIPPI VALLEY ALSSO-
AIlDS CONFERENCE CIATION CONJVENTION


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An international meeting to consider
marine radio aids to navigation is to
be held in New York~ and. NewF London
beginning April 28. The State Depart-
ment has extended to the leading mlari-
timoe nations of the world invitations to
send delegates. The meetings will ex-
tend over a period of about 2 weeks.
Opening ceremonies and discussions
will be held in New Yorkr, followed by 3
days of demonstrations of equipment in
use in the United States, for which the
delegates will be accommodated aboard
the Coast Guard Cutter Campribrll, the
United States Maritime Service training
vessel American Sailor, and a vessel of
the Coast and Geodetic Survey. Final
discussions and ceremonies will be held
at the Coast Guard Academy at New
London.
Dr. William L. ]Everett of the Univer-
sity of Illinois will be chairman of the
meetings. Other prominent scientists
and engineers have been selected as key
lecturers, with Coast Guard officers from
the fields of communications, aids to
navigntio~n, and electronics presenting
the practical aspects of installation and
operation of equipment and systems.
L~t. Comdr. L;. E. Brunner has been as-
signled- by ,the State Department as pfro-
gram coordinator-
Among the systems of radio aids to
navigation which will be demonstrated
are: Radiobeacons and the associated
radio direction finders; radar equip-
ment for anticollision and short distance
nnairintiolnal purposes; Loran for long
range rnavigation; and other electronic
devices and systems which .are in the
detvelopmental stage.
C. G. Distribution
A, B, C, and List 102


ley Association, med~('ils at St. Louis,
511o., on January 20, Admiral Fa~;rley,
C'ommanda~nt of the Coast G~uard\, spoke
onl the worki of the Coast Guard'c upon
the 31i.es~ippi River andt its tributaries,
and also outlined certain of the more
recent developments in Coast Gulard
activities in coastal waters.
A-dmiral Fatrley, in his talki, placed
speciall emphasis upon1 the Coast Guard's
marine inspection work, as this function
had been permlanently ass~ignedt to the
service since his Ilast appearance before
thle > li i. ~illpi Valley Association. He
mentioned the efc~r'~.t of the Adlministrat-
tive Procedures Act upon marine in-
sp~ection rules and reenhal~tions,~ and1C also
thle fact thlat the Coalst Guar~d was alc-
tiv~ely promoting certain (hances2 in the
Inland andi Wester~n River pilot rules
als a mleanls of ;I\lirling~ some o~f the
confusion which hadt resulted from the
deve~lop~ment of the intracoastal wrater-
way.
Radar, and its possible application to
navigation uponl the M~i i-*il pi River
system, was also mentioned, aznd the
Conumandant reconulnendled that the
shipping inltereest there, by exrperiment-
ing with r~adar, dieterminle for theml-
selves just what an aicepttable radar
set should do, and then encourage manlu-
falcturers to produce just such appa);-
ratus. In this statement it was re-a-11
nlized that conditions uponl the rivers
were quitc diffetrent from those encoun-
tered in coastal or offshore nlavj~ilation
and that equipment devised for one
area might be quite unsuitedt for thle
Other.


'Published within the approval of the D~irector of the Budget.
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obtain a hearing. In each case the
dort/dulsh period will takre 30 econdllt s
andi the total number of dots and dashes
will be 1;0, as in the case o.f the ex-
German equipment. Dearines~ can be
obtained up to a distance of about 1,000
miles b~y day. B~y Ii-l1t the range is
inclrealsel, but the bearings obtained are
less accurate. The a~ccurracy obtained
varies with the ship's position relative
to thle station. In1 the best areas the
probatble error has beenI found to be
about -% o by day andc froml 1/g o to 10
by night.
LIEUTENANT VUKIC AWARDED
A1VERICAN LEGION MEDAL
OF VAL;OR

Lt. ( jg) John Vukie, now at the
Academy in New London, Conn., has
beenl chosen by the Coast Guard board
of awards to receive the Med~tal of Valor,
awardled each year to an outstanding
Clonst Guardsman by the American IAe-
gion, Decpartment of Marylandr. Pre-
sentattio~n was made at the American
Legion hequeclllt held on M1arch 1 at the
Emelrl' onl H~otel, Baltimnore, M1Vd.
Lieutenantl Vfukie was nominated be-
caunse o~f his extraordinary achievement
while parl~ti'-ipath el in aerial flight as
copilot andc pilot of a2 patrol plane en-
r;ues.1 int rough-water ]landine~ and take-
off tests and study. He flew mlore than
170 open sea landings and takre-offs on
all headlings with respect to wind and
sea and in very high swells and very
rough seas.. These test latndings were
made off the N~ew Engiland coast, off the
Vil'rlinia Cows~. off the Frlorida~ Keys,
in the! Gulf of Mex~ico,, and off the coasts
of northern and southern California.
In one instance? his conduct during the
loss of a, float in a high swell was prin-
cipally responsible for salvingp the plane
and crew.

The Coast Guard is inves~tienting~ the
prlc~tic-abilit of us'inlg n1Ylon cor'dage!
as boat falls. Comparative tests of
nylonl and malnila cordlage of equllnI size
are to be conducted.

ROCKET-ASSISITED LtINE-TH3ROW-
ING PROJECTItLE IS
TESTIED

,Continuinlg its cefforlta to improve upon
the equip~ment for prljrc~tinge a line from
one vessel to another or from the shore
to a vessel, the Coast Guard r~ecentlyl\
emul~ll(.tedl tests of a r~ocke;t-ulssisted,~ .50-
calibetr line-th~',rwing~ projectile designed
by James E. Sieg, gunnler's mate first
class. TChe new pro'cjectile is des~igned~1
in two sizes, one of whie ch erries~ four


Admirall Fulrhy~ pointed out the in-
dlirect value to the inland staltes of the
weather observation ships of the Coat c~
Guardl maintainedl in midtocean, these r
helping the Weather Burealu to predict
weather not, only ov,~er the oceans but
over a~ll parts of the IUnited Stattes. He
aIlso spoke of the air-vsea restcue opern;-
tio~ns and thle high state of dlevelopmrnt
of coopDerative measures,, ex-sulinedi~ r in
such recent disasters a~s thle Beinri:m
plane disaster at Gander~, New~found-
Iland. This discussion led in tur~n to tle
mention of te~ntative` plans for a test
sendrlome which wounld serv\e to r~eplace-
ships as a weathenrl ob~serva:tion station
and1( which would p~roba;bly also develop
into a. midocean rescue sta~tio.

CONSOLE TYPE RADIOBEACONS
NOW AVAILABLE ON NORTH
ATLANTIC OCEAN
Radio facilities for use in the navign-
tion of vessels upo)n1 the north A~tlanitin
particularly in the vicinity of thle coast
of Europe, hav1\e been increased through
the establishment of console stations.
These are a special typ~e of Inigh1-powe~lrl,
radiiobeacon Ile-i-iened- to Oper'ate in such
a way that accturalte hearlings can be
obtained from themi by means of ani or.
dinary medium-fr~equencyv receiver. The
use of a rece~iver with narr~ow ba-nd
characteristics is dlesira;ble to alleviate
the problems of static, Illi~t. and inter
ference. The console sy\steml is, there
fore, suitable for all1 ships with medlium-
frequeltnrcy receivers andi requires no a~d-
ditional grear to be fitted. Seil
charts, mull=>i. or tables for use with
console are, however, reqnuirel.
Console stations are now inl op~eration
aIt Stavanger (Norwayv) continuously,
B~ushmills (N'orthe~rn Ir~elanld) on an
elxp-erimental basis andt also at Leo-1 and
Seville (Spain) inlter~mittetntly. Other
Pta\tions in Br'ittany1, leeland, the
Azores, NCwfouilandIII 1(, anld Bermuda fl
atre under con~sidera~tion.
At present the Stavanlrger station,
latitude .;s"3N' Ni., longMitude Go"40' E.,
operlates on 3J10 kilocyvcles8, call sign
T. 1., and Blushrnills, latitude .Ti"12'20"l
N., longitude (i"'8il2"' W., on 263 kilo.
eyeles, call sign 7H7. The~ Stationls at
L~ugo and Seville use 303 and 311 kiilo-
r ?cles ]respe(i\ctitly. Th1e transmission
cyele of the German-built beacons at
Stalvancer,~l Lugo, and Seville occupies
Minutes, of which the dot/dash
petrio~d takes up 1 minute. At Bush-
muills (British) the total cycle has been
reduced to ci0 seconldsi, and in later
British stations the total cycle will be
reduced to 40 sco~tnlls in order still fur-
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armcl~s. Trhe Treasury DeparYtment is
pleasedl to accept this responsibility,
andi will seeki suchl funds and authority
as may be re~cetssar~y to implement this

Adequan~te mea~suresc will be taken by
the (loast 4:Guard to inrsure the enordinal-
tionl of civil andl military l;~ineitices to
thle fullest extent p~ossible,

nunder the aIforlfllemetionedl rt'-lpons''ibility
will be r~efelrred to t-he Air Coord'lina~ting~
Conunittee for concunrrence, as r'e-
questedl in thle last prnerl.l''hI1 of your~1
letter,
Sim-eirelyrl yourYs,
(8) ocr W. 8NYI)Eu.

AvoausTr 7, 1946.

Presenltted by~ Subea~mmit itte onl PICAO
I.11TTERS.


MP'.11--11

TIitle: PICAO MAT'ITERS--Air Navian-
tio~n-DIesignationl of Unitedl States
Agency to ImpEl~lement the Search a2nd
Rescue Obligations~ of the Unitedl
State~s-Reconmmendal~ tion of thle Sub-
conunitteer Thecreon.

PROBLEM~h

To adlvise the Airi Coordlinating Com-
mitteec of the re~comnuendantion1 of thle
Isuhctonlimittee on P'ICAO matters with
respect to 52/11.
ma'UcrssioN

ACC 52~/11, dea'linle with thle designa-
tion of a Unitedl State~s ilwnll.-y to im-
pl~menlt thle sear~chl andl rescue obllign-
tiolns of Ilthe Unitedc Staltes, wa~s preferred.
to thle subeanunmittee on PICAO matters
by thle AC(: secrcetary on July 15, 1046,
for comment aIndl recommenrr datiocn. This
Irefere~nce was~ batsed upton a decision
taken at the A(CC mee~tting on June 27,

presenltedl by the Treacfsury Delpartmelnt.
The subrconuln itteelt on PICAO ma tt~r~s
co~nsideral~t this paper at its meets'ing; of
Julyv 15', 1941',; aInd after conside~rable
<1iiesionill the subcommuitttee decided to
reflcommnend app~l~rovl of ACJ .52/11 w\ith
the orligina~l IIreCLommend-1I~.P edction1" sele-
tion deleted and ther .followingy section
substitutedc therefore:
"1. The Unitedl State~s C~oast Guard be
clc>iWilitedl as the enordllina~t ing: agency
for search andt re-sc~ue- operations, andi
;\s the :1gency! withi primary' rouPconsli-
Sbility for prov'l\iding search and rescue
facilities and services, to meet the


1Y4-inchl rocket motors andt the other,
three of the same type. The equipment
is decsignallt so that the projectile is fired
from a .50O-en;libe~r gun and, the rockets
are igniitced at approx'cimtlyllc1 50 feet
fr~om the muzzle while in flight. These
twRo tests were plrrlimina~ry in nature
and1( tlremonst.rlate thalt considerable de-
relopmnent work is necessary to perfect
the means used to ixnlite' thle ockefts.

RIVER OPERCATORS CONSIDER
USE OF RADAR
Inltere~st of inland river vessel op~era-
tors in the possible atpplicaction ~f radcar
to this typet of nav1~igltion was etvidetnced
by a meeting recenltly called by the
Aimerienn Wa~jterways Oplerators, Inc., to
consider this matter. A committee was
organizedl to initiate an experimental
r.ltndo l~lcProram, and in this will work :
with the Coast Guard and the U~-nited
States Enlgineersl Department.

Ulyrande n~ L~ilhtshrip, mlaintainedl by
Sweden, in the Baltic Seta, is beling op-
e~ra:~ted. without a cr'ew, by ultra-short
r~ays from short.

AIR RESCUE CEISPONSIBI;ITY
UNDER PICAO ACCEPTED
FOR COAST GUARD

Acceptance for the Coast Guar1d of

and rescue facilities antd services to
meet U~nitedl States ob~l~;lillntion to the
ProvisionalR International c'i\ il Avia
tio~n Organiizatlio~n, has recently been
fuirnin~ly consummuated by the Trucslnlr!y!
Department. Since the Ilanniz izatio of
PICAlO, the ;prnprlli l inknows of thle Coast
Guard t~inkin over Searlch1 andlC Irescue
duties wals glenera;lly aIppa~rent. The
recent action of the Srcr~etary of the
Treasuryl'? gives formIlal exprelssionl to
this vriew.
The following letter was, addressed
by the! Secretary of the Treasu~~lry, on
January 2, to the Chal~irmanil. Air C)-
onl'linat~ing= Colnllittrte, Under Secretary
otf State for I':.unemlliC Affatis.
MrI DEAR nlR. CLAYTO)N: Thlis w\ill ZC-
Ilnwledgecl~~ your letter of Soph-usher ~l~
22, 1!!411, which was not received in this
]Depaortment until Novemnber 26i, 19)46
(Iliracminalylly it wa~s detained by the Air
Coord'lilinatine Comlmittee), relative to
the (le'ciena~innl of the United States
Coast Gua~rd as the coordlinating agency
with primary Icillresponsibilit for provid-
ing~ search and rescue facilities anld
services to mleet United States obliga-
tions~ to PICAO for the prol~tection, l of
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United Sta~tes obJligatinusll to PICAO for
the protection of international ci il
aviation over water areas, and te
Coast Gunard shall refer to the Air Co-
olwintng Canornrut any po"'yourt po;

described above.
"(Par. 2 dfeleted by amnendmlent en-
ter'ed. )
"3. F~ulfillmnent of the above responsi-
bility to be carriedf out. without preju-
dice to:
"(a) Other rih w-hich ma~y nowv be held by any d~epart-
meltnt or agency of the Government by
virtue of existing law, or
(b) The! right of the military to or-
granize facilities for, and conduct search
and rescue operations to the extent be-
liev-ed necessary by the military to meet
their needs.
"In addition, adequate measures to
he taken by the coordlillnting~ agency to
insure the coordination of civil and
military facilities to the fullest extent
possible.
4. The U. S.-PICAO technical com-
mittee on search and rescue to make a
thorough study of the requirements of
a search and rescue program';11 to meet
the needs of domestic civil aviation as
well as thle international obligations of
the United States."

RECOMMENDED) ACTION

It is recommended that ACC' approve
ACC: 52/11 as amendled by the deletion
of the entire reco~mmendedl action sec
tion and the substitution therefore of the
revised section. indicated in thle above
discussion. The U. S.-P"ICAO technical
committee on search and rescue is in-
structedl to make every effort to e~xpe~
dite its study andl to submit a report
thereon as soon as possible.
JUNE 10, 10-b;.

Prcntld by TRIELASURY DEPARTMENT.
ACC 52/11
Title: PICAO Matlt:lr-s-Ar N;1vien-
tion--Designation of United States
Agency to Inilll awntllll thle Search and
Rscue Oblien2;tion's of the United
States.
PRtOBLEM

The11 implleme~ntaltion of certain obli-
rralinsr of the United States under the
Inter~im Agreement on International
Civil Aviation and Provisional Interna-
tional Ch il Aviaition Organization
Rleonunlenddc P~racties.


m~scussION

Under article IX of the Interim Agree-
ment on International Civil Aviation,
each member State undertakes to p~ro-
vd, amng ot er thns uch m:sre
may be required for the sa~fe and efficient
operation of international air transpor-
tation. These obligations were ex-
panded at Montreal in. determinling the
search and rescue requirements of inter-
national civil aviation, and certain ree-
ommzended practices were agreed upon.
In addition, the PICAO has held re-
gional meer'ctine~s~ for the purpose of exam-
ining the needs of specific areas. The
requirements of additional areas
throughout the world will be examined
a~t future regional meetings.
The PICAO regional meetings at Dub-
lin made certain recommendations con-
earn'lingL facilities and s'rl\icesl believed
necessary to the protection of internal-
tionall civil aviation in the North Atlan-
tic ]''irela. In brief, the Dublin meetings
recommended :
(a) The continued operation or estab-
lishment of specr.ifirel search and rescue
facilities and bases,
(b) The maintenance and operation
of specified search and rescue coor~dina2-
tion centers, and
(c) The coordination of all fac-ilities-
in the event of a distress incident.
It can be expected that PICAO, at
an early date, will forward to the
United States specific recommendations
concerning the provision of the facili-
ties and services found necessary at the
Dublin meeting. At such time, it will
be the duty and obligation, of the Unit~ed
States to take immediate steps to im-
plement these recommendations. Only
by full integration of the services to be
performed can the facilities be kept to
a minimum and the needs of the using
agencies retained within the limits of
peacetime budgets. In addition, the
Organization and operation of facilities
must be coordinated, not only within the
United States, but with the organiza-
tions and facilities operated by coun-
tries in conrtialnous areas.. F~or these
reasons, it is believed that, in the in-
terest of economy and efficient opera-
tion, the responsibility for imuplementa-
tion should be vested in one agency of
the GOVernment.
It is believed essential that the des-
ignation of the agency to fulfill the
obhlient~ions of the United Staltcs as out-
lined herein should be made as soon as
possible. All agencies of the Govern-
ment are now going tlro~upg a clificlult
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whic ishaned t th ower.The inI-
sltectionl is ;L cour~l~tesy ;Lnd is madeil~ only,
onl request of thel ownertl.

NJEWU IVIISSISSIPPI RIVER LIGHTS
LIST IS ISSUED


IDpeII iSsuedl and is now, ;tva;ilaible for
dlistribiution., The11 list is ciorre~ctedi to
da~t~e of issuet, and in furnul;tt is identltica~l
withi tha~t issuedl in 1:I0I.

REGULATIONS FOR L;IGHITING
BRIDGES ISSU ED UNDER
COAST GUARD IlVPRINT

Relgulationls -for~l Liulin Bides,
l11-17, hals just been~~ issuedc by healdqua r-

tionr to those conlcerneld. TIhis is thec
first edlition~ of these Ireaulaltinnal iRSuedl
undcer Const Gxuard imlprint, and it re-
plinces a1 publlicaition of thle same titlt
publliishedl inl 110.G; hy the Lighthouse
Service ofl the D.epalrtmntet of Comlmer~cce
eControl of the lightingr of briduesr overli
~i'";rible. waterl s is n1 function whrichl
the Coast Gunard decriv-ed from the L~ight-
house Se~rvice.
TIhe nlew pubnllic.ntion is illust'ftrated
ulnd shrow7s the rcequir~edl I'olrms of light-
inig for' vatrious standard type bri'iill-.

RAD)AR-EQUIPPED VESSELS. ARE
OBLIGATED TO USE ITT DUR-
ING LOW VISIBILITY

Failure onl thle part of` a Gov~ernment
vessel equip~pedl with radar and mannned
withi competent operator's to make use
of this equipment while undcer waly in
low visibility hals be-en held by a court
to be dlirectly conltributory to a collisioni
in which thle vessel w~as involved. Ar-
ticle- 29 of bocth Inlternational Rule!: of
the Roadt alnd Iniland Rules of the Roadt
are applicabhle. This article states thalt
IlnthingC inl these rules shall exonera~tt
any vessel, or the owner or master or
crew thereof, fromt the Consequenesl oII(( (f
anly relectll~ of any p~recaution. whichl
m~ay be requc/ired by the ordinary prac-
tice of seacmen, or by the special cir-
ctumstanes of the case.
Thle court has considered the use o~f
radarl, where available, as one of the:
ordlirnary precautions which munst not her
rl,,,zhc~-a-re under the dictates of rule 2!1,
this betingf based on the fact that ample
demonstration hals been made! of thtt
usefulness of radalrl as aIn an1ticollision~
measure.


pealcetime status, andlt a dettermlination
of pened.''imrc needs is nleceSSarIY. Ill
;Ishlitionl. itrmmediatte joint opera~tionial
Ilnlrining, dlomestic and international, is
n~cessn ry.~ to giveJ early Iffet.lc r to the c

tection to the rapidilly expatullling~ inter-
nationatl aviation service.

]mCOMMlENDED ACTION

TPhatC thre Air Coordtinatingll Commuit-

responlsibility o~f thre Cfoast Guard for
the salfety of life~ and~ property alt seL,


the ch-.sintiollln of the C~oast Gunrdi aS
t-he name wc?' ithinl the Unrritedt Statels to
imp~lement :
(1) The (Ibliatlionsl Of the United
Statetcs for search andl rescue as set forth
under the Interim Internationarl Civil
Aviationl Alcrllinent atd, the Reg~Fiolnal
Agreemenrlts a~s approved2 by the PIC=AO
Council; and
(2) Suchl fut-ure search andl re-scue
r~equire~ments as many be etsta~blishe~d by
PICAO urs oblligations of the United


The (lonunlissioners~ of thle Irish
~ifhts are Iremlinrin the li-ht hipls w;iti-
clraw~n from the coast of Irelandc dlur-
illn the wa;r for fear o~f muines.

STICKERS ARE: PREPARED) TO
FACILITATE COURTESY
BOAT INSPECTIONS

In ordecr to, stalndardlize the courtesy
mottorboat: inspection Il~llU'"arni througl-
out the country. h~eadcquarters has pre-
pRresd andt distributedl a s'upl~ y of spe-
eia~l numb~ered deealCOmanLlias.. Onet of
these stickerrs is to, be issuedl to each
boat which is insplctedl by thre Coast
Gualrd Auxiliary and found to melett all
leadl requilrements of the M~otorboat
Act. A-.CoII111npn'in=~ the sticker' will be
aL printed form on which will be enlter~ed
the name, of the boat, the name of the
owner`, and other p~ertinlent information.
WVhile vessels bearlium~ the courtesy in-
sp-ectionr stikelre will not be subjected
to a further inspection by authorized
hard~l~ in~ officer's of the reenlarI service,
it is not the purpose of the courtesy

mation on violartions. Tlherefo-re, the
only record of conditions foundl upon a
boat which is inspected w~ill be form







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NEW EDITIONS OF RADIOBEACON
CHPARPS CALL ATTENTION
TO LORAN
Nrew- editions of the radiobeacon
charrts, issued for posting on ships
equil'pr.' with radio direction finders,
halve just been issued by the Coast
Guard. These charts, in addition to
being corrected to the date of publica-
tion, contain certain innovations.
Amongrlt the new features, indicating a
recent development in radiobeacon op-
eraltion, in the listing of those stations
which operate on a continuous carrier
wave. Thlis form of operation has been
adopted for certain important stations
to make them more useful to air~planes,
and to ships, equipped with the auto-
matic type of radio direction finder.
Eleven ~~in t is employing this type
of transmission are shown on the new
charts, 1 on the Pacific coast, 7 on. the
Atlantic coast~, and 3 on the Great
Lakes.
In order to call the attention of the
maritime interests to the network of
Loran stations operated by the Coast
Guard, thle new rardiobealcon cha~;rtJ o~f
the Atlantic and Pacific areas have
overprinted on them in colors the lines
customarily used to denote the coverage
of these stations. This overprinting of
Loran lines on the radiobeacon charts
is not for the purpose of nav~ig1t io~n, but
to indicate to interested persons the ex-
tent of the Loran coverage, especially
as compared with radiobeacon coverage.
From these lines, a general idea of tte
location of the I~oran stations can be
gained.
The new radiobeacon charts are now
ready for distribution without charge
to all vessels fitted with radio direction
finding aI 11pa rn1 t us.
REGULATIONS RE],GABRDING
MOTORBOATP NUMBERING
ARE AMENDED

Motorboats operated for pleasure and
fishing not exsceeingli l 16 feet in over-all
length and temporarily equipped with
dletachable motors are no longer re-
qluired to be numbered, under an amend-
ment of the regulations affcrdingi the
numb~ering of motorboats ]Iroulgated _;t~ l
by the Coast Guard.
The present regulations require that
boats with 1PI'rmanen'ltly fixedi engines
regardlless of length are required to have
a certificate of award of number. Also,
motorboalts more than 16 feet inl length
whether propelled by an outboardl motor
or pecrmalnently installed engine are re-
quire~d to have a certificate of awardl of
rHumber.


MEDALS, DECORATIONS, ANDII
COMMENDATIONS AWARDED
COAST GUARD PERSON~NEL

The following list is a continuation of
that published in the Fiebruar~y issue of
the Coast Guard Bulletin, and supple-
muents those published in the February
1946 and December 1946 issues of the
same publication. The present list in-
cludes awards of the Presidential Unit
Citation, Navy Unit Commrendation Rib-
bon, Silver Life Saving Medal, Com-
mandiant's Citation, Conullnandlnt' s
Commendation L~etter, and certain
awards of foreign governments.

PRESIDENTIAL UINIT CITA\TION

Alco~rn, Johln J., File.
Andterson, Gordon J., BMlc.
Austin, Charles G., BMlc.
Ayres, Jac:k MI., Mr(.
B~lucukis, Albert, Ske.
Bosemann, ]Raymondc E=., F3c.
Boysen, Erneslrt J., 82c.
Brannon, Wilburn R., 82c.
Brown, Jamnes W., Cox.
Brust, Riaymond E., EMr'7.
Burns, M~erle L., 810.
Burlrus, Luther D)., BM2c.
Butler, Julius R., Flc.
Butler, Walter B., Sie.
Canalvan, Robert J., Sie.
Carpenter, Charles I., BM2c.
Cattuna~, John J., S2c.
('haninessr~ D~avid C., S2c.
Chandoir, Clarence, A., MMnre.
Coffman, Bernard F., 810.
C'olby, JohnI W., BMlc.
Collins, Alfred X., BMlc.
Coppens, John H., BMI2c.
Corea, John F., BM/2c.
Cclyllnan. P-eter, 513120.
Craton, WPilliam S., 810.
Demnmons, Ralph F., BM2c.
DtFasl-ullez, Albert M., Fle.
Doughtyg, Gilbert E., surfman.
Driscoll, Edward H., surfman.
Dunlop, John A. (two), BLtRI1.
Dwyer, Stephen H., Jr., MM2c.
Ellsw~orth, Harvey A., I1MMlc.
Elivans, Rolandl R., surfman.
Fiarroow, David D., (two), surfman.
Fiish, Edlwin A., BMlc.
Foge~rty, John E., 82c.
Gallop, Georgce G., Sic.
Onlwy, Harvey Hl. (two), sur'fmanll.
Gray, Cyrus R. (two), I:INIc
GrayL3, Donaldl P., S2c.
Grayg, Jalmes L., 11312~.
GraIy, Roy L., BM:R.IN.
Gra, Va~nc~e Ei., 8312c.
GrejeStzik, IiRamondl N., N2r.
Gruenlr, Charl~les L,., S2c.






329


COAST GUARD BULLETIN


HaImilton, Joseph L., Jr., S2e.
Haydetltn, Barney W., B1M2c.
Hlenderson, John, surfman.
Hopper, James R., Jr., WST'e.
H-oskinson, Lloyd C., ~Fi~c.
House, Russell L., Mlc.
Jacobson, Cecil L., 81c.
K~ine, Laurence A., CGM.
Kirby, Donald R., Jr., 81c.
Knoplf, Robert H., BM[2c.
Lulffrtiy, Johnny F"., S2c.
Unllinbursk~li, John S., BM2c.
Leinls, Albert D., MMlc.
~ilchfi]ld, Herbert N., BM2e.
Love, Richard W., S2c..
Lowe, Dale E., 82c.
310 n n, Frederick D., B3Mle.
MrI~lchalnt, Elliot F., BM2c.
M~ayhew, Russell, CM2c.
3Ti1lbt. Thomas A., S2c.
Moore,C Charles C., surfman.
Morr'lisonl George S., BM2c.
Mlulro.y, Vincent J., F"2c.
Munro, Douglas A., 911c.
Milurphy, Clifford D. (two), sulrfman.
Murphy, F~rancis X., 81c.
MicCormick, David D., B3Mlc.
Newkzirk, Clarence M., BM2c.
O)'Beck, Adrian M~., surfman. .
01eson, Carl, Jr., surfman.
Olsen, John HF., BMlc.
Olson, WCalter H3., B312-.
O'Neal, Orviss T., 31llc.
Ouillet, Paul W7. S2c
Pentecost, Denver B., Cox.
P-ercival, Jack, M4M2c.
Pertr<, Arthur, Jr. Flc
Phillips, Woodrow J., st rfman.
Piland, Robert N., Jr., CM~c.
Prunean;ll, George R., Sic.
Reilly, William J. P., Jr., S~c.
Richards, Wallter T., BM2c
Rodgers, Jack D., BMlc. *
Riogers, William H-., BMI2c.
Russo, F'rancis S., MCM2c.
Schemer, John L., MMlc.
Searing, Robert C., BM2c
Sheats, Herbert S., Jr., S2c
SLcliion, Earl G. M311e *
Shlippley, Mark A., Cox. *
Silva, Arthur F., MMlc.
simpsonrl. Arthur G., 810.
Xmirlh, Carl~ F., Cox.
Sirnithl, Opie R., S2c.
Smith, William D., BDI~c.
Steroskri, William C., Fle.
Stetson, Wood rmyI~c l S., B12C.
Stickney, C'larlrs N., B.111e.
St in~(ln, James C., F~c.
Tanner, Hull O. L., MMlc.

Tiillett, Alton C., surfman.
Trnwhl~c~iio. Frannk J., surfman.
Truitt, HIIward~t, MIRl2.
TullI, John R., S~c.
Tw\\ifrd.l~l Loy~d T., BMlc.
U~sink. Paurl, S2c.


Vegnt, Henry P'., Fle.
Verdlon, Hienry L., BM~lc.
Vorobel, Andlrew, PEll.
Wadec, Garlandl H-., C~ox.

Walls1-. John A., Fle.
Wa;lter, Enri;t A., sunrfmaln.
Welbb, Elmlore, Cox.
Wet~termark, Envisel~ O., Sle.
WIhit-e, L~oren N., BM3[c.
White, R;lynllind HI., H1010
Williams, Chlarles W-r., BM2c.

WVilliams, P'aul K'., MIM2c.
Worlcester, Clifton E~., 517311~.
Yancy, Elton WV., 8311<-.
Zeb irii n Andrew, Jr., Sic.

NAVY Ulrir COMMf~ENDATION RIBBON

A4lbee, Max A., RMlc.
A~nderson, Leila, Ylc (WR).
Alrlnam,~.< Rosyln G., CRM (WVR).
Bainter, ~Lawrence D., RM13c (Rt).
Bek, Deri T, en in R)1'R).
Bell, Walter B., R.1130_ (R).
ItkzFlk. Vladimiir, lieutenant.
H~ishop, George E., lieutenant (jg).
Blizardl, Erllivo:rd W., RM3c (R).
BSoles, Glen, R~Ille (R).
Bow-ers, Richard B3., R~I''e (R).
Boyd, Leo, R313i (R).
Bradlley, Joseph HI., RM~c.
Brady, John R., RAJIie (R).
Brown, Robert, TI., lieutenant comn-
mandcer.
Butler, Franl';lsii P., RMu3[e (R).
B\verley, Dewey L., RMlc.
Carlisitle Ralph O., CRIM.
On 1llrlough. Robert J., ORM.
Carr, M'arvin E.. RMle.
Casamassa, N~icholas, RM13c (R).
Case, Robert J., RIM~c (R).
Chartukr, Miichael A., C'RIl.
Collinls, Mary, lieutenant (jg) (W5RL).
Cocoratn, Thomras H-., RM3c (R).
Cottrell, Wa~lter H., RM2c (R).
Crandell, Rackel M., Y2c (WR).
Crawfford, Roy M~., RMt2c (WCR).
Crowley, Ma:ry J., Y'2c (WRi).
Delaurentis, Peter, IRM3c (R).
Denef, Louise, ensifrn (WrR).
Dllhrneki. Le~o, cDMI.
Dorow, Mlargaret, Y3c (WCR).
Dragonette, Daniel, RM2c (R).
D~rexel, Ka3thryvn F., Yic ( WR) .
Dr~ie-. EI. Weithorn, 810 (W-R).
Duncan, Joseph P., RM\3 (Rt).
Du-tton, Eurtl~ J., lieutenarnt.
1:11woo~c-d, Edwnard J., CRM.
Eustic Franki T., CRMI.
Farleytt, Betty H.,1lieutenant (jit) (WVR).
F'ebr, W-illiam S., S10 (Rt).
F~latccs, Caroline Lf., ensign (WTR).
Fluharf:1t, Ethel R.. SP(I)3c (WRI).
F..rd~. Zelmat A.. ensign (WR).







330


COAST GUARD BULLETIN


Morey,~ Anlne E., Sp(I)2ce (WRE).
M~rueller, Her~bert R., RMr3c (R).
Mulhartn, Alicel G., lieutenant (;jg)
(WR).
Metc'linltonr. Keith R., :1I1.
McCleave, WTilliaim T., RM~Ie (R).
Mcl~owell, Ellyrlie Hi., lieutenant (jg)
(WR~).
A~le~ale, Robert, It Mic ( R).
.~.1;1eIahon, Vin1cent B., RZM3c (R).
O'Donnell. Sarah Hi., Sp(I)1c (7WR).
O'Steen~i. William W., CRM.
Ott, John K., RM~c (R).
Parlck, How\Tard M., lieutenant (jg).
PeCtr'ie, Alexander T., IRM-le (R).
Phlel~s. ]Edtinr C., RM2c (R).
Ph1ilisll.rll Loren C., Sp.(I)1e.

Porlter~, )In lrionna. e~nsign (WR~).

Itube, William A., CRM~n.
Rector, Roberlt P., S10 (Rl).
Rr2ynoldls. Judlsonl J., CHMI.
Itogers, Itedmlondc P., RMlc.
Rosenber~g, Pa'ul. HM~:;> (R).
Rumbyv, Juli an D., RM>'r- (R).

Suppl, Berntard J., RM~I~( (R).
Sn~riskry, Andr~ew P., RMlc.
Sa~uer, Lawrecnce C., KRM~c (R).
Schanev, Victor H., HMI2e (R).
Serv~adlio, Ralph, RM13c (R).


Sitech~), Raygmondl J., RM10i
Sinimnons, Jack E., Ylc (R).
Smiithi. Stanleyv, RMlc (R).
Smith, Wiilliam A., I(tM~( (R).
Suchn1;. Edtward H., IthlU.- (R).
Sor~sdal, Kennethl, CRMC.
SPI"ii'r r,' Maralyn M.. Sp(I)1c (WR).

SprieeDor'is V., lieutenant (jg)
(WR)-
Stutey, Ellaurd( C., RHlc.
Sua-rez, Raymond J., R113:c (R).
Allli\.ian, Grace M., Sic (WTR).
S~umlin, L~eo L., RMle.
'lidinlllk, Julian H., Rhite (R).
I'hompson, Gilvert EI., ICMlc.
r'llinnonl.GRayI. 11RMI.

'Iue~sburgh,, Arthur R1., 1012( (R).
1'asep~ineecz, Alexa~nder, RZM.3 (R).

V1asin, Bernardl D., R.1120 (R).
Vo~gele. V'incent, I0120 (R).
Wagnerl~l Kenlneth R., R~11'e (R).
Winne,lt Stephenl W17. P., ItMI0~.
Webelr, Robler~t L., H10;1( (RC).
Westfal-1, Wallace D'., .1211v.

Whitllcy, Normann A., ( RI.11
W'icoff, Leton H3., ('RE.

Young.1~ M~ilton A., RMlc.


F'orelt, Gillis 8., RMle (R).
Fox, Donll;e- A., Ithl:4- (R).
Freitats, N~atanlie MI., Sp(J)3c (R).
Fre~telich.1 Rob~ert D., R I:D~ (R).

(inst-, Jamelts M., ('RM\.
Gentry-1,v Voil O)., CH11.
G~lick, Nidai, lieutenant (;jg) (WR).
Gcrdlon, Riobert E~., lieutenant.
Gramoclini, .t tili; I CR I.
(:ranIZ;w, Lolrrainle Gr. H., enisign (WR)
Gregory, Chester W., R113c:k (R).
Guernsey,, Donarld C., RMN~c (R).
(:umbr~ccht,, Carl R., RMllc.
Hlackworth, Robert H-., CRE.

Ha~rkins,, Jamles A., IRMle (R).
Harr1ell, Howardl B., CRM1.
Harr~is, ('harles T., C'RM.

Hawle~ly, Chalrlels L., R All.
HaIydon, Betty J., Sp(I)2c (WTR).
Hickeox.,s Barbalrai L,.. f'liu (WR).
Ilizeiin-. James B., 'RMl.

Howell, lIurton E., ('iti'.
Hughesl.i. GIoul'ru H.. RMllc (R).
H--ughty, Julia JI., S10 (WR).
Hulnitoon,, Leo J., C'IL11 (R).
H-usto~n, Josephinee MI., Y~c (WTR).
Irle. Heniry, 810 (R).
Jteffer~ies, Clharlles G., C1Y (R).
Jlohntson. E~liot L., lieuttelnant.
Jone~s, Leonardl T.. commannder.
Jordtan., Ge~orge V., HMi\2c (R).
Jurbhergi, Edwa~rd RZ., 1(01:.-.
lKanltrr. R~osbelle Mi., YT2c (WR).
Kaufmalnn, D~oro~thy CI., entsign (WRI).
Kes~sell, James C., S10 (R).
King, Albert Ef., lLMI"( (R).
Kunz, John W., RXI"I (R).
L:1hey!, Richard T., CRM (R).
La:marv, Jerry L., RM>2~ (R).
Lantto, Clairence R., HIM2c (R).
TcLiedger, Carlvin B3., RM\Ie (R).
Ledrew. Lonardl J., CRE.
Lester~, Caroline A., Ireutenant (WR).
L~etich, Maltrtin J., RMlc (R).
Letvy, Bertram1 A., `TMS1~ (R).
Lew\\is. Earl H., HIlle].
Lillor11 Noey L, leuteant(jg)
LinenRin. WlimRR~ R
LorIIie. Robert, 1(31:k (R).
Lur~ch, Robert WT., R1Mle (R).
Lyon, Janet- M., lieutenant (jg) (WR~).
IfLyon, Nuil umn1I D., RMlc.
Marlks, Thomas F., RM2e (R).
.11arquette, C'harles Ft., CMle.
Mafson., Johln F., ~Mlc.
Nlnthis, F[(rancis K., lieu~tenant (jg).
Mlat~thews, EIt \\in J., CRI.
Mar:11s, Carl B., RM80 (R).

11illlini. Druicilla A., Y3e (WVR).
Morlehocuscl Haro~lld E., lieuntenalnt.







331


COAST GUARD BULLETIN


('olloin, F~lur~lO~e I:., licutetllantl (g).
Comiifort, Tllconut: s A., chief 1.0 yv clerrk.
Drives, Mlllfargart. S., lieutenan:~rt (WR.).
)UurHr, F'raudrs P'., liceutenanir t (jf).
1:;un., Johnl W., licutenalnt (.iI).


1'is-rll, Alvin- ;N., lieutclna~nt comnmandler.
Fo~crward't, Charles Hi., lieutenant com-

Firalserl, Ph1il, commal~nder (Rl).
(:;iilns. Carl Fi., capytain..
Gardliner, Char'les HI., lieutenant com-
manrder..
Ganry, Odelle C., lieutennitt (WlR).
Gecighetr, Robert; K., A**l~rhP'r*
G~ile~, F'or~est E., Ac'JI1.1
GrwnhereI(L'" Baltha7zar~ D., lieuItenlant.
Green, Joseph-,l L., commander.
Gunrter, L-ifford L., chief gunner.
Thal l;. JIelvin L;., commander.
Hanisberry, Ray A., lieutenant.
Ha~nsenl, Charles, lieutenant.

Henrictse~n, Joh~n A., lieutenant comn-
ma~nder.
Hill, Whitmore D., captain.
Holmecs, W~illiam E., chief boa~tswain.
Hook, Ar1thlur H., lieutenant.
Hor~,ton, Joseph K., lieutenant com~-
m~ander.~
House Rtosoe, captain (ret.).
IIncheil.~ John F`., lieutenant commander.
Hutchinson. 31;1 8 I k ., pary clerkr.
Jabllonski, Gus, Jr., AMMlc.
Jcl~olson, Hl~oward A. iluitenannt (jg).
Johnson, Lewis A., chief gunner.~l
K~ay, Jea~n A., lieutenant (jg) (WR).
K~empterl Mary KC. lieuItelrnan (WR).
K~i~by,v Virginia CY (WCR).
Kn~uti, Imslie A., lieutenant (jg).
Leamy, Fr~nk; A., enpla~~in.
Mlallonr, W~illiami J., lieutenant (jg).
Ma~rtinsont, Alb~ert MI., captain.
Mlarts, Arnaudl C., captain.
Mafzzei, Alfredl C., CY (R).
.10-Onw\~an, GOrdlon i'., COrmmander.
31eIrln!;on. Stewfar't P'., commander.
Mlolloy, Thomas JI.. recar;llilanial
Moll;lrn. BeIIrnardL H., lie"utenanlit.
MortonII) Fredl E., lieutenant commander.
Newmn'lll. Harr'ly W7., lieutenanll t.
Nowalk, June II., lieutenant (WR).
Olson, L-ouis B3., captain.
O)tcy, George B3., 810 (R).
PaC'ie, Thanus:l c E:.. S2C.

Pifer, Philip C., lieutenant commluander.
Polnjrlcr.. John S., lieutenant.
Po*(t. Duane L., Sic (R).
Pra~ll, Whitney M~l., cap~tain.
Puckectt, Richard H-., lieutenant com-
mandCer.
Rice, Maur11ice, commander.
Rlobblils~. Mayer, lieutenant commander.
Roberts, Ernes(.~L 310313130 (R).
Roche, John D., lieutenant commander.


SILVER LIFE SAVING MEDAL
cru.;ig. El. Rt., Cox-
COMMANDANT'S CITATION
Abbollt t.HIenry E.,1lieutenant conui ~nadr
(Rn).
I8r:-=,. TornlyI A., lieutenant conurlll~nander.
Bu'lgt'r, Jerome, lieutenant (jg).
Drown, Jolm W., lieutenant commander.
Brown, Miles R., Sp(PS)1c (R).
c'llose, D~wight A., captain.
'lchestcr, Edwa\rd1 P., Jr., lieutenant com-
mander.
OnIl~~llecll per, Chrles S., lieutenant.
DublburgI'. ''), Thorlore A., lieutenant con-
mlander.
I(arIn rtino, Marius, commander.
I)nganrr, John I., commander.
E1tzweiler, C'harles, commander.
Evans, Stephen H., captain.
Frpiller, Ernest R., commander.
Fiel, Maricec G. lieutenant com-
mander.
FE'nch, Arthur E., commander.
FIirl~ritlln. Louis N., lieutenant.
Gillis, N. Raymzond, commander.

Jalck, R~aymond L., captain.
Johlnson, Sigval, B., captain
Kelsey, Carleton, commander.
Kenney,~r George P., commander.
Lipshie, Joseph, lieutenant (jg).
Liverman, Horace B., H~le (R).
MawnsfielJd, `William N., commander

Paine, Stephen, commrander (TCR).
Richa~rdsI. Walter R., captain.
Rosenthal, Joseph S., captain.
R1usso, Philip, RM~3c (R).
Sherman, George S., CSp (X) (R).
Towcers, Charles L-., lieutenant com-
mzandler.
Vernon, Caroline, Y3c (WR).
Wr~i-htM~err~iltt., boatswain.

COMMANDANT'S COMMENDATION LETT"ER

Bawnta, Gareld B., lieutenant command-
er.
B~arnett, Francis E., lieutenant com-
mander.
Ulcnfrows Lelanod J., lieutenant.
B~artlett, Harry I., lieutenant command-

GIollcher. Charles N., lieutenant.
Bevis, Leura D., lieutenant commander
(WnlR).
IHilz, Clnurald WC., lieutenant commander.
Bornmann, Adelaide, ensign (WR).
rBrucken.l1 R. O. lieutenant (jg).
Brannonlll. Burl H., lieutenant (jg) (R).
Brixner, M~yron W., lieutenant.
OnInha1:n. E~r~unlet T., commander.
Cr~l'~inichnl,'i HEorace WT., lieutenant.
(`nrpen:'lter. Albert J., commander:
rCrscini, Eraest A., commander.







332


COAST GUARD BULLETIN


Roh~din, .1s(lowll s A., lieutenant comman-
der.
Sanford, Hoban B., CRE.
Schlweitzer, Charles, MoMMIR 2cr (R).
Semingsen, Earl MI., lieutenant.
Shalrp, Hlenry S., ~commander.
Spu~rnsinii. Joseph G., enslan'I.
Stellber~ger, W~illiaml ]F., lieutenant (jg)
(R).
Studley-, Carl S., lieutenant commander.
Sullivan, Charles J., lieutenant comlman-
der (R).
Tennyson.ccll. LeonarLld B., lieutenanlt.
Trhomrpson, Howardt J., CSp(S(X) (MSC)
(R).
Vanl Lopik, Evapl, lieutenant cominan-
de.
Varlese, Cather~ine E., lieutenant ( WR).
Vatughn. Ruby Blieutenantl (jg)

Vrm-icken.i William L., CH~.1.
Webster, AndLrew ]H., BM31C.
WTiha~len, Ma~rk A., lieutenant con2unan1-

W'ileocx. Be~n C., lieutenlant c~omnumder. e p
Wlildlonger, Dorothy M., C1CS (WR).
WVoodl, George V., lieutenant.
Wyntt, Dorothenl Et., lieutenalnt (WR).
Young, R. M., ('31031111.
Zifferblatt, I~ring, Alll~Ille (R).

FORCES EXPIDITIONARIY DO BRAZII

Addlisone, Charlrs J., Ph3~11( (R).

BkS~t, JTac~ob, CI~hM (R).
Ball, Harrly N., SKlr.
~alrt, Williamn W., lieutenant.

Beve~rly, L~eonlardc P., ma:chinist.
Boockius, Peter L., BMI~c (R).
D, r alll.1..ilg Edwa F., pharmiacist.
(:acmiumanni, He~nry J7., SMlle (R).
Cariho, Cletiu L,., lieutenant (jg).
C:unninghamr, Al monid L., lieutenant
('ommanlllder'.
D~ahl, Heniry E., S8010 (R).
D~inunI, Ja~mes A., chlief r'adiO eleC'tricilnl.
Duoty. EI't\\:ledl T., St3e (R).
Eliskamnp, Alber't G., CMllc.
Fa~biki, Thrcodore JT., commnd:er.er
~Fogarty. Warren V., RK'2e (R).
Griffiths-. D..ul;l*h C.. S10 (R).
Grilly,. Alreradlo, S1c (R).
Haherel~c am. Julien W., pa;st assistant
sturgeon, TI'SPHZS.
Halfelrty.c Franc11~is W., lieutenant (jg).
Howam~rrth, Firancis R\., lieutenant (jg).

Jordo~n, Domih1lt E.. Sp(PR)1e (R).
Kinox, EItna~ndt L., C~ox. (R).
Kocvalskii Johnlr C., c.11111.
Lantter, Her'man AL., Cox. (R).
Marklez. ,Louis J., cORM
JlMtrlowe,~ GeorgeL~( A., PhM RIlc (R).
Mlatlock, D~onald C., 8010.
Mlelo, Vito A., .115130 (Z).


McCaffrey, Thimnothy, ~EiMlc.
Pentecost, John R., e~lectrician.
Peterson, Erwin H., 810.
Phair, James Ft., lieutenant (jg).
Rowlands, Hugah O., PhoMlc (R).
Ryer, John S., Ylc (R).
Sadler, Hobart E., carpenter.
Souza, Emanuel J., C=BM.
Tench, William, past assistant surgeon,
USPHS.
Wilber, James A., lieutenant com-
mander.

DECORATION OIF THE ORDER OF THE BRITISH
EMPIRE

Jones, Leonlardt T., commander.

MlED~ALHA D)E CAMPA4NHA (BRAZIL)

1Hoovetr, W~illiam B., surgeon USPHS.
Rhfodes, En rII K., commander.

MOS8T EXC'ELLTENT ORDER OF THE BRITISH
EMPIRE

Jolly. ilai H., lieutenant com-
mander (R).

CA~NADIAN AIR FORCE CROSS

Kileischl, Anan llt. lieutenant.

CROB8S O~F THE COMIMAND)ER OF THE FIRST
DEGREE ORDER OF DANBORG

Piner. Jamecs, rear admiiral.

DEF L 'ORDREI NATIONAL HIONNEUR ET MERTITN



POLONIAJ RESTITUTA 2ND CLASS (POLASND)

Wuelsche, Runssell R., adtmiral.~

ITALIAZN ORDER OF THE BAINTS MASURICE
AND T;AZARUS

Law~ler, Josep~h J., commander.

()RDER OF MILITARY MERITI (BILI\%ll.)

rIKeIn~';l. George~c W., captain.

CHANGES INJ ASSIGNMIIENT

Cap~t. Roblert E. Coombs, U'SCOR, flroml
Cost 'Guard Hr;mlquar11ters to 9th
Coast Guard District as marine in-
spectionl officer.
Caplt. Johnl Rountree, fromn Western
Ar~eal (, tiv to YARID as Capltain of
YARDt.
Capt. Frank TI. Kenner, des~ignaltete
Coast Guard liaison attficerl to Com-
mittee on M~erchant Ma~rine~lrt and ish-
rr~il-. rPffective Febru~itilry 7, 1'1M17.








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COAST GUARD BULLETIN


(:uardt Air Sta;tionu, IPort Angele~ls,
Wa~shi., and11 Ilater fromll Cons~t Guarid
A\ir Stattionl, I'orit Ange~les, tr (onist'


Lt. (comaitr. Jamens B. Wenver.~l, from)I 30t
Itistr'ictt 0li~1-. to st IDist~ic~t O)flic1

quartitclrs.

Con;st Gardltl Air' Statfion, Sun ran
ceiscoc, Canlif., to, (coaist Guardt~t Air StuI-
tiont, E:IZlzahoth (Jity, N. ('., and1 Inter11
frocm ('onst. Gua~rdt Air Statfionl. ElizuL-
bocth C'ity, to Conlst Guardt Air Staltion,l
Por~t An zeh---l~

('on~st urdAir Starition. SalesI,
Ma~ss., to Av\iationr D~ivisioni, Headtt-
qluar ter's.

qua~r~ters to, (4oast Guard A;ir' Sltation.I


Con~st G:uard~t A-ir Station, Elizabethnl
( i ty, NV. ( ., to, Headqua~llr~ters as~ Chal tt.'
Opera:ion~is Sta~tistles Sec~tioni.
LJt. (comidr. Pa~trick J. Ma~c~la honi, US-
('GRn, from M~al~rin Inspection alititc,
Cflev-eland.l, Oh~io, to M~arine Inispcttionr



aIS executive Ilfth-er.
L~t. comdrtll. Henjo~n~in F. En el, fr~oml
((Ons.t Guard d Air' Statioin, San1 D~ie n,l
(`';lif-., to C~onunluniicatins D~ivisiorn,
Coast Gualrd Headquartersa.

frol Center, Quonset Poinit. Rt. 1.. to
Coast Guardc Air Stationl, Saleml,
MaiIss.
L~t. Comdr. WVillialm H. Muoulton,, fromt
Const G;uardt Repair Blse, Bloston,l
.1;lni-., to CI. G. ('. Ylawarcra~tle as ctom-

Lt. Colrndr. Josephl~ Rt. Fredtette. tralnsferl
to (.. G=. C1. Dezter (nw(led1
L~t. Conidr. Nor'man H-. 1'1hu~rh, fromt
('. G. C. M~cCllloch to 4th Coast

la~w enforeenl~l tduties.

C. G. (I. M~oha trk: to 4th Cloast Gualrd
District for marine intspectiont Iluty.
Lt. Comdlr. Felix S. D~e Soboll, USCORC,
tllll Mar~inle Inspectionr Office, Long1
Henrchl, Ca;lif., to MarI1ine Inspectio~n
Olticr' San Franeis~o. Calif.
L~t. Conltdr. Airthur' B. Enge-l. froml (. G.
C'. Po n1chalertrain to Haqatr
(Navl EnineeineDivision).
Lt. Comudr. Johnl N. Buckley, frotm
('. G. C. Spenlcer, to 12th ('oast Gualrd
District ((Controtl (conferr).


Capt. Geoirge' W. MIkc;ln, cella~-i~ted ts
chief of staff, 7th Coatst Guardt Dis-
tr~ict.
Capt. Ha~rrold S. LBee.line~' fromt 7t~h D~is-
trict Oftfilce to 3d D~istriclt Ot~ice as
operations otheer` andl~ deputy crllp l
commandlter.
Onll't. Geneg~c C1. Ouristedtt, fromI 3dt Dis-
trict Offtice- to10(th Distr~ict Oiiike Is
chief of staff.
Cnlrnimanld,r Frank Kt. .IIIhns..n,) from ll
C. G. C. G1csresham to, C. G:. (. itctcushnlt
as C(IIllinasl ig Offi(the.
Commalnlrder Arthul-Cr. -0.orriil, from i
C. G. C:. Destter to C. G3. C. .lrndma ny. r
gin, as cannonialllli ng~: attii.ner.
Comlmander John R. Kurllcheski, from l

DeaEter aIs conum;nalndin officer, and
later from C'. G. C. D~eater) to C:. G. C.
S~Ltor~is asf corlnuanding officer.
Commander 31..nltnenel F'. Garlfield, temn-
porary duty orders to 3d Coatst Gualrd
District amended, to 8th (coast Guar'd
District for duty as Chirf. Pe~s.rsonnel
Division.
Cormmander Ellgene A. Coffin, Jr., from
8th Coast Guarrd Districlt to C. G. C.
Tu'rnrrrlrnr as comlmanding officer.
Commander H-arr1y E. D~avis, f'roml Coa8t
'Guard H-ead~quarters to C. G. C1.
Spencer as executive officer.
Commander Robert S. Leeky~ from Coaslt
Guard Depot, Woods H-ole, M~ass., to
C. G. C. Mlroha wk As commandicngi
officer'
Commandler Searcy Jr. Lowrey, fcront
Stories to 5th Distr'ict Otti.-e for tentl-
porary duty pe~ndinr further aIssign~
ment by H-ea~dquarters.
Commander Dwvight H. Dexter, from r
10th District Office to C. G;. C. DePater
as commanding offcer.
Commander Albert E. Earned, from Air
Facility, Miay ~ort, Fla., to 12th DBi-
trict Office as Chief, Aviation Section.
Commander Reinhold R. Johnson, from
Coast Guard Air Station, Su~n D~iego,
Calif., to C~oast Guard Air Stationt,
Salem, Mhss., as commanding ofce~r.
Commander John R. Henthornt, front 93th
District Office to Air FurlcilityV, Argen-
tia, New\\foundlllllInI. as coIIlunnlinling
officer.
Lt. Condr. Karl A. E. Lindquclist, fr~om
C. G. C. A~rgo to C. G. C. Blrssrcood
as commanding officer.
Lt. Comdr. Harold J. Babbitt, from
Coast Guard Repalir Base, Bostont,
Mass., to C. G. C. Arg~o als commanding
offcer.
L~t. Comdr. H-enr~y P. Knisk~ern, Jr., from
instruction Na'~vy SupplyS Corps School,
B3ayonne, NT. J., to Hremiqua~l~rtrs for
tempraryduty perndinig further


















































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U.S. DEPEO1IMTORY


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COAST GUARD BULLETIN


Lt. Comdr. Chester L. Jordan, from
Coast Guard Repair Base, Boston,
Mass., to Coast Guard Depot, Woods
Hole, Mass., as commanding officer.
Lt. Comdr. Clarence H-. Waring, Jr.,
orders to Mc~zullock canceled.
Lt. Comdr. Clifford S. Gerde, from Su-
perintendent of Ships, San Pedro,
Calif ., to C. G. C. Mc~ullock as
executive officer.


Lt. Comdr. Willard L. Jon~es, from C. G.
C. Onondaga to C. G. C. Wacchu1sett as
engineering ofieer.
DEATHs

Lt. Comndr. John W. MacIntosh died in
erash of the Coast Guard PBY-5A just
south of Tiller, Oreg., F~ebruary 12.


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