Coast Guard Cool Stuff "Ancient" Pictures
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This is a FREE download and a fantastic piece of history! The Story of the Coast Guard Seal - "Semper Paratus" - these words on the Coast Guard seal represent to all Coast Guard men the proud tradition of the Coast Guard for over a century and a half. The thought of the Coast Guard without its Latin, "always ready," is beyond our conception. Members of the service often see the Coast Guard emblem, with its shield and cross anchors, and its "Semper Paratus" with no thought of the history of that familiar seal.
Item Name: The Story of the Coast Guard Seal
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The following 11" X 14" "D-Day, June 6th, 1944, Normandy Invasion", printed on HP Photo Paper is available for $22.50 each.
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Item Name: "D-Day, June 6th, 1944, Normandy Invasion"
USCGC SPENCER (WPG / WAGC / WHEC-36) - A rather striking approximately sized 8.5" X 14" black & white picture of the USS SPENCER (USCGC SPENCER) in WWII just before sinking U-175 on 17 April 1943. The photo has been cleaned up and retouched - the quality is more then able to be framed. Important note: The vessel just to the stern of the USS SPENCER is a Liberty Ship. Printed on photo-quality paper.
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Item Name: USS SPENCER & Liberty Ship /Prior To Sinking U-175
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