ASNE Presentation

Presentation

Survivor Benjamin Wingo interview. U.S. Coast Guard Enlisted Memorial video
Typical surf conditions on the Quillayute River Bar. James Island is in the background.
U.S. Coast Guard video
An in-depth look at the development of U.S. Coast Guard motor lifeboats and organized lifesaving efforts in America. John Kopp video

References

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Noble, Dennis L. The Rescue of the Gale Runner. University Press of Florida, 2002.


Johnston, James C. “Photograph of CG 44363.” 1996.

McCormick, George. “Photograph of beach onlookers and Coast Guard helicopter.” “Communities Grieve for Lost Men.” Forks Forum, 19 Feb. 1997, p. 1, 9.

Rau, Weldon W. “Washington Coastal Geography Between the Hoh and Quillayute Rivers.” Washington Department of Natural Resources, Division of Geology and Earth Resources, Bulletin no. 72, 1980, https://www.dnr.wa.gov/publications/ger_b72_wa_coast_geol.pdf

Shaw, Richard G. “Photographs of Coast Guard boat crew.” Parfit, Michael. “They Learn to Work Calmly While Instinct Warns They’re About to Die.” Smithsonian Magazine, May 1987, 98-111.

Silk, George. “Photographs of Coast Guard 44-foot motor lifeboats.” Life Magazine, Jul. 7, 1967.

“Shoreline Photo Viewer.” Department of Ecology, State of Washingtonfortress.wa.gov/ecy/shorephotoviewer/Map/ShorelinePhotoViewer

Tarbuck, Edward J., et al. Earth: An Introduction to Physical Geology. 13th ed., Pearson, 2019.

Thorpe, Keith. “Photographs of Coast Guard members” Dawson, Mike. “Coast Guard, Town Mourn Heroes.” Peninsula Daily News, Feb. 1997, p. A1.

Zurflueh, Sarah. “Photographs of CG 44363 aftermath.” 1997.