| Material Information
||Army, Navy, Coast Guard
||3 leaves : ; 28 cm.
||Scoville, Dorothy R
Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration for the State of Florida
||Place of Publication:
||History -- Daytona Beach (Fla.) ( lcsh )
||bibliography ( marcgt )
non-fiction ( marcgt )
||Includes bibliographical references (leaf 3)
||Statement of Responsibility:
||Dorothy R. Scoville.
||Typescript for the Federal Writers' Project.
||"Federal Writers' Project, American Guide, Daytona Beach, Florida."
||"March 6, 1936."
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||aleph - 002055147
oclc - 33597716
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-Daytona Beach, Florida
4 Dorothy R. Scoville Army, Navy, Coast Guard
:: Ooplete ,/ March 6, 1936
1260 word a D. R. S.
Base for one of 5 National Guard Coast Ar-
tillery Anti-airoraft Units in the State,. Daytona Beach
has 58 enlisted men and 5 officers in the 265th Regiment.
Full equipment for 97 men, valued at 4pproxi-
mately $50,000.00 includes one three-inch anti-aircraft
Sgun ahd trailer mount. There is also additional anti-
range equipment valued at about 165,000.00. The local
Unit was mustered ipto service July 1, 1929. Capt. H. .
Couchman is local officer in charge and headquarters are
A building on Marion St. is in temporary
,use as an armory for weekly drills. Local Unit members
receive 2 weeks intensive training annually at Ft. Baran-
oas, Pensacola. Visitors are welcome at drills and no
passes are necessary; permission being given by Capt.
H. E. Couohman.
Daytona Beach also has a Naval Reoruiting
Station, maintained on the second floor of the Post
Office building, N. Beach St., by Unit 4; Section 1,
U. S. Naval Communication Reserve of the 7th Naval
District. The local Unit is one of 10 in the State
for the training of radio communication personnel in
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Armiy, Navy- oat .-Guard
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event of a national emergency.
Semi-weekly night classes in Naval Radio
Communication are supplementedd by two weeks annual cruise
training aboard ship. The local station is operated on
5 kilocyales under the call letters a 4 A 8, and the
present personnel includes 16 men in charge of two
officers. Ennsign Wmi C. Howes is comnmanding officer
and permission to visit the Unit may be obtained from
Other topic questions do no t apply here.
- D., R Sooville
AM AND BAVY9
H. C. R. 7th Naval
of Unit 4,
Wm. C. Howes,
interview with Capt.
S. Beach St., Daytona
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