Historic Documents & Official Publications (Database)

Documents, including PDF photo collections, reproductions and scans of drawings, illustrations, and images, from the archives of the U.S. Coast Guard and its five predecessor agencies: the Revenue Cutter Service, the Life-Saving Service, the Lighthouse Service, the Bureau of Navigation, and the Steamboat Inspection Service from the Coast Guard Archives and Special Collections, Coast Guard, and National Archives.

NOTE: Documents provided are in the public domain.

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2703 Martin Luther King, Jr., Ave, SE
Washington, DC 20593-7031

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New London, CT 06320-8100

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Images & Photographs

CDR Gail Kulisch, CO, Atlantic Strike Team, 9/11 Oral History Interview

Attack on America: September 11, 2001 and the U.S. Coast Guard U.S. COAST GUARD ORAL HISTORY PROGRAM Operation Noble Eagle Documentation Project Interviewee: Commander Gail Kulisch, USCG Commanding Officer, Atlantic Strike Team Interviewer: PAC Peter Capelotti, USCGR Date of Interview: 20 February 2002 Place: Atlantic Strike Team, Fort Dix, New Jersey The following are a series of interviews with Coast Guardsmen undertaken by PAC Peter Capelotti (Ph.D.), USCGR, among others, as part of the Historian's Office's attempt to document the Coast Guard's response to the 11 September 2001 terrorist attacks on this country and the impact those attacks had on what the service is called upon to do for the country. Chief Capelotti used the interviews as part of his research for his book Rogue Wave: The U.S. Coast Guard On and After 9/11, a history of the Coast Guard's response to this attack on the United States.

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