ISS1 2019

Reservist Magazine is the award-winning official publication of the United States Coast Guard Reserve. Quarterly issues include news and feature articles about the men and women who comprise America's premier national maritime safety and security

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Coast Guard captain recognized as Girl Scout "Famous Former" In November 2018, Capt. Lisa Schulz was recognized as a "Girl Scout Famous Former" for her leadership and serving as a role model for future leaders by the Girl Scouts of the Colonial Coast. Photo courtesy of Capt. Lisa Shulz. Coast Guard reunion held in NC The third annual Coast Guard Group Fort Macon Reserve Reunion was held March 30, 2019, in Newport, N.C. The event, hosted by the Newport Mayor Dennis Barber and Carteret County Commissioner William Smith, both retired Coast Guard chief petty ofˆcers. Coast Guard reservists from the last six decades came together for a few hours of fun and reminiscing. Sea stories that were told long ago were embellished, and old friendships were rekindled. Chief Barber gave the opening remarks talking about the 44403, one of Fort Macon's most cherished boats at the time. The 44403, which is housed behind the maritime museum in Beaufort, NC, needs a new mission that includes restoration. The old Group Fort Macon is now Sector Field Ofˆce Fort Macon and is located in Carteret County, N.C., ofˆcially designated as a "Coast Guard Community." Among the attendees was Bill Norton, retired reservist and editor of the Reservist Magazine for three years around 1966. If you are interested in attending the next reunion, contact William Smith at and ask to be put on the email list. It would be great to see new people and hear new sea stories! Submitted by Cmdr. Cheryl L. Honeycutt, USCGR (ret.) D1 badge conference yields networking opportunities The First Coast Guard District in Boston held the Second Annual Badge/Leadership Symposium Saturday, Nov. 17, 2018, at Coast Guard Base Boston. Reserve and active duty gold/silver badges from D1 attended the event to discuss topics crucial to the Reserve. The event featured a myriad of speakers and presenters, including Rear Adm. Andrew McKinley, Rear. Adm. Andrew Tiongson, Master Chief Petty Ofˆcer of the Coast Guard Reserve George Williamson, Master Chief Petty Ofˆcer Joe Pasqua of Atlantic Area, Senior Chief Petty Ofˆcer Nicholas Bernice from the Ofˆce of Boat Forces and retired Master Chief Petty Ofˆcer Kyle Takakjian. Pictured are Senior Chief Petty Ofˆcer Bryan Mastrangelo and Master Chief Petty Ofˆcers Jarl Pellinen, Zachary Zubricki, William Hollandsworth and Rashaun Morris. Back row is Master Chief Petty Ofˆcers Kyle Takakjian, Lisa Hoff, Jeffrey Waters and Joe Pasqua, Senior Chief Petty Ofˆcer Lena Boulanger and Master Chief Petty Ofˆcers Justin Knudson and Rashaun Morris. Submitted by Master Chief Petty Ofˆcer Rashaun Morris, First District 60 RESERVIST � Issue 1 • 2019

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