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Coast Guard Academy: Cadets, Training and
When I was a kid, I used to devour C.B. Colby books. Easy to read, copiously illustrated, and dedicated to topics any boy would find fascinating (jets, missiles, helicopters, warships, "fighting gear"...), …
reviewed Coast Guard Cadets (Career books). March 18, 2006
Coast Guard Cadets (Career books)
In the last few months, I've read a handful of young-adult novels from the 1930s to the 1950s about midshipmen or cadets at the US Naval Academy, the US Merchant Marine Academy, and now, with this title, …
reviewed The U.S. Coast Guard in World War II,. August 29, 2005
The U.S. Coast Guard in World War II,
Clearly, this book doesn't compare to Adm. Morison's magisterial "History of United States Naval Operations in World War Two." But then, how many things do? As you would expect from this publisher, "The …
The making of a Coast Guard officer;: A covenant
Joseph Henry Hughes published this book in 1966 as a sort of memorial to his son, Ensign Joseph Henry Hughes III, USCG, who died shortly after his graduation from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in 1963. …
Let's Go to the United States Coast Guard Academy.
This 1964 volume is part of the apparently once very popular, or at least quite prolific, "Let's Go" series, which also includes such titles as Lets Go to a Planetarium, Let's Go Logging, Let's Go to …
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