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img-misc-letter-comd LETTER OF
COMMENDATION

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Commandant's_Letter_of_Commendation_Ribbon

The Commandantís Letter of Commendation Ribbon is the highest personal ribbon award of the United States Coast Guard. The decoration was established in March of 1979 by Admiral John B. Hayes.

The Commandantís Letter of Commendation Ribbon is awarded to any member of the Coast Guard who receives a Letter of Commendation from the Commandant of the United States Coast Guard. The ribbon is retroactive to August 12, 1921 which was when the Commandantís Commendation Letter was first issued by Admiral William F. Reynolds.

Additional awards of the Commandantís Letter of Commendation Ribbon are denoted by service stars, in lieu of additional ribbon bars. The Commandantís Letter of Commendation Ribbon is considered a personal decoration subordinate to the Coast Guard Achievement Medal.

For those who earn the Commandantís Letter of Commendation Ribbon through operational and field condition achievements, the Operational Distinguishing Device is authorized.


ball-red-02 Olaf R. Amdahl, Gunners Mate 3c, USN Deceased

diamond Leroy E. Bohlman, Seaman 2c, USN

ball-red-02 Vito J. Bommarito, Shipfitter 1c

diamond James B. Denton, Lieutenant Commander, USN

diamond Edward R. Dunlap, Signalman Third Class USNR Deceased

ball-red-02 Harry B. Elam, Seaman 1C Deceased

diamond Virgil H. Elliott, Signalman Third Class, USNR

diamond Richard W. Garrity, Lieutenant Commander, (MC), USN

ball-red-02 Demetro Glinzak, Motor Machinist's Mate Third Class, USNR

diamond Frank S. Hettesheimer, Motor,Machinist's Mate Third Class, USNR

ball-red-02 Gordon E. Hill, Firecontrolman 2c USN Deceased

diamond George H. Howard, Radarman First Class, USN

diamond Beal Jacobsen, Fireman First Class, USNR

ball-red-02 Beuford Kelley, Seaman Second Class, USN Deceased

diamond Cecil Knight, Seaman First Class, USNR

diamond Chester M. Lee, Lieutenant (jg), USN Deceased

diamond Sidney P. Matthews, Chief Watertender, USN

diamond Robert L. Powers, Seaman First Class, USNR

ball-red-02 Lyle B. Ramsey, Lieutenant, USN

ball-red-02 Frank Sulewski, Chief Gunner's Mate, USN

diamond Max D. Thomasson, Signalman Third Class, USNR

ball-red-02 Francis J. Trapp, Seaman First Class, USNR

diamond Earl A. Wolfe, Quartermaster 2c, USN Deceased

ball-red-02 Ellis M. Zacharias, Captain, USN Deceased

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img-misc-purple-heart PURPLE HEART

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Purple_Heart

The Purple Heart is a U.S. military decoration awarded in the name of the President of the United States to those who have been wounded or killed while serving on or after 5 April 1917 with the U.S. military.


ball-red-02 Lloyd E. Acree, Aviation Ordinanceman 3c, USN (Posthumously) Deceased

diamond Charles I. Adair, Seaman 2c USN

diamond Joseph Bagdricwicz, Machinist Mate 1c USN

diamond Andrew Barnickle, Seaman 1c USN

ball-red-02 Thomas F. Batchelor, Seaman 1c USN Deceased

ball-red-02 Vernard E. Bivin, Seaman 1c, USN (Posthumously) Deceased

ball-red-02 Clay Bowling, Seaman 1c, USN Deceased

diamond Arthur Claudemantle, Boatswain's Mate 2c, USN

diamond Kenneth W. Cowell, Seaman 1c, USN

diamond Henry W. Crain, Private First Class, USMC

diamond Walter E. Czajkowski, Boatswain's Mate 2c, USN

diamond James F. David, Fireman 2c, USN (Posthumously) Deceased

diamond John B. Davis, Seaman 2c USN

diamond Thomas W. Erickson, Ensign, USNR (Posthumously) Deceased

diamond David P. Fletcher, Storekeeper 2c, USN

diamond Leo Franklin, Seaman 1c USN

ball-red-02 Winsor C. Gale, Lieutenant Commander, USN (Posthumously) Deceased

diamond Robert F. Gallagher, Lieutenant, USN (Posthumously) Deceased

ball-red-02 Vernon A. Grave, Seaman 2c, USN(Posthumously) Deceased

diamond Paul E. Green, Seaman 2c USN

diamond John D. Hamilton, Watertender 2c USN

diamond Everett W. Kline, Seaman 1c USN

ball-red-02 Harold E. "Gus" Kronquist, Chief Firecontrolman, USN (Posthumously) Deceased

diamond Frances Lawiskos, Seaman 1c USN

diamond James E. Leyden, Seaman 1c USN

diamond Michael A. McLeary, Fireman 2c, USN (Posthumously) Deceased

ball-red-02 Hubert H. Pelham, Seaman 1c USN Deceased

ball-red-02 Donald A. Rholl, Aviation Radioman 2c USN Deceased

ball-red-02 Robert A. Seaton, Aviation Metalsmith 3c USN

ball-red-02 Carl L. Talbert, Watertender 2c USNR

diamond Frederick H. Thomas, Seaman 2c USNR

ball-red-02 Frederick Trippe, Jr., Seaman 2c USNR

diamond George E. Willey, Seaman 1c USN Deceased

diamond Earl A. Wolfe, Quartermaster 2c USN Deceased

diamond Roy W. Yates, Watertender 2c USN ball-red-02 Deceased



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