ISS3 2016

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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RESERVIST In th I s Issue From our Readers 3 u p Front 4 e View from the Bridge 6 Deckplate s oundings 7 Around the Reserve 8 Reserve e xcellence 18 CGR 75th Anniversary 26 Integration 28 s ummerstock 34 s ector s t. Petersburg 40 s hipmates in Focus 46 A Light on Yesteryear 50 h eadquarters u pdate 53 e More You Know 54 Retiree s I t R e P 58 Bulletin Board 60 t aps 67 Parting s hots 68 Volume LXIII � Issue 3 • 2016 THE LANDMARK REALIGNMENT EFFORT THAT RE-FOCUSED RESERVE TRAINING AND AUGMENTATION. CELEBRATING 75 YEARS OF SERVICE: THIRD OF FOUR COMMEMORATIVE POSTERS INSIDE INTEGRATION Commanding Officer (mas) Pay & Personnel Center 444 SE Quincy Street Topeka, KS 66683-3591 PRSTD STD Postage and Fees Paid United States Coast Guard Permit Number G-157 OFFICIAL BUSINESS Penalty for Private Use $300 U.S. Coast Guard Reserve For 75 Years — Always Ready When Needed Most 28 50 18 8 Celebrating Our 63nd Year! Volume LXIII � Issue 3 • 2016 Magazine Jeffrey D. Smith Editor Chris S. Rose Creative Director Co MM and a dm. Paul F. z ukunft Commandant, U.S. Coast Guard Rear a dm. Kurt B. Hinrichs Director of Reserve Capt. Kofi a boagye Chief, Office of Reserve Affairs Cmdr. a lexander C Foos Chief, Reserve Information Division P a 2 e maia Rise Reserve Webmaster Conta C t i n F o RM ation Postal Mail - Commandant (CG-1313) Attn: Editor, Reservist 2703 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave, SE (Stop-7907) Washington, DC 20593-7907 e-mail - U.S. Coast Guard Reserve Web Site Rese R vist (COMD t PUB 1001.29) is published by the Commandant, Director of Reserve & Military Personnel, U. s . Coast Guard. i t is intended for information only and is not authority for official action. v iews and opinions expressed are not necessarily those of the U. s . Dept. of Homeland s ecurity or U. s . Coast Guard. t he editor reserves the right to select and edit all materials for publication. We continue to strive for perfection, yet unattained. o n the Cover A prototype RB-S II from Station Oxford, Md. on patrol in the Chesapeake Bay. U.S. Coast Guard Photo o n the Back A Coast Guard Reserve boat patrols the Kanawha River in West Virginia in June 1943. Photo by U.S. Farm Security Admin.

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