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CDR Jack Dempsey, USCGR
220211-G-G0000-015.JPG Photo By: USCG Historian's Office

Unknown - "COAST GUARDSMEN MEET DEMPSEY IN PACIFIC [--] Aboard a Coast Guard-manned LST in the Pacific, three Pennsylvania Coast Guardsmen get acquainted with Coast Guard COMDR. Jack Dempsey, who is touring Pacific combat zones as Director of the Coast Guard's Recreation and Physical Fitness programs. Front is David Thomas, Quartermaster, of Norwood. Others, left to right: Charels J. Wherle, Photographer's Mate, of. . .Philadelphia; Commander Dempsey; and Elwood H. Dorman, Radioman, of. . . Philadelphia ." CG Photo No. 4230; no date. From CG Historian's Office Special Collections, Leonard Webb collection.


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