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Title: Army, Navy, Coast Guard
Physical Description: 3 leaves : ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Scoville, Dorothy R
Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration for the State of Florida
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: S.l
Publication Date: 1936]
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Subject: History -- Daytona Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: bibliography   ( marcgt )
non-fiction   ( marcgt )
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Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references (leaf 3)
Statement of Responsibility: Dorothy R. Scoville.
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General Note: Typescript for the Federal Writers' Project.
General Note: "Federal Writers' Project, American Guide, Daytona Beach, Florida."
General Note: "March 6, 1936."
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WITR'S OJEC
American Guide
-Daytona Beach, Florida




4 Dorothy R. Scoville Army, Navy, Coast Guard
:: Ooplete ,/ March 6, 1936
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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

in Jacksonville.

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,
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U. S. Naval Communication Reserve of the 7th Naval
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District. The local Unit is one of 10 in the State

for the training of radio communication personnel in

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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

-him.

Other topic questions do no t apply here.




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By Mary
Edited by
March 4,


Irene Davis
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1936


BIBLIOGRPAIHY


DAYTONIA


BEACH


AM AND BAVY9


Personal interview
Commanding Officer
H. C. R. 7th Naval
Florida


with Ensign
of Unit 4,
District, D


Wm. C. Howes,
Section 1,
aytona Beach,


Personal
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interview with Capt.
S. Beach St., Daytona


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