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2 1 ple 3 4 5 “When I talk readiness I talk people – people are part of the readiness conversation, and readiness is my number one priority” said
Admiral Schultz, noting that attracting more women and more under- represented minorities is a priority for him and his leadership team, cre- ating a Coast Guard that is more representative of the public it serves.
1 ivia Hooker in White Plains, New was diving 20 miles southeast of Guard photo by Petty Of? cer 1st Class
Capt. Charlene L. Downey, U.S. York. In February 1945, during the Fire Island Inlet when he sur- Jetta Disco.
Coast Guard Sector Los Angeles- World War II, Hooker became the faced and had symptoms char-
Long Beach commander, receives ? rst African-American female ad- acteristic of the bends. U.S. Coast 5 the American ? ag during her re- mitted into the Coast Guard. Coast Guard photo courtesy of Station Fire Family and friends met aboard the tirement ceremony June 2018. Guard photo by Petty Of? cer 1st Class Island Coast Guard Cutter Bertholf’s ? ight
U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Of? - Jetta Disco. deck to reunite with Bertholf crew- cer 1st Class Mark Barney 4 members following the cutter’s re- 3 Coast Guard Commandant Adm. turn home to Alameda, Calif., after 2 Crews from Coast Guard Station Karl Schultz visits with Coast Guard a 90-day deployment. U.S. Coast
Coast Guard Commandant Adm. Fire Island and EMT personnel from members attending the National Guard photo by Petty Of? cer 1st Class
Karl Schultz and Vice Comman- Suffolk County conduct a medevac Naval Of? cers Association (NNOA) Matthew S. Masaschi.
dant Charles Ray visit with Dr. Ol- of a man in Babylon, NY. The man in Portsmouth, Virginia. U.S. Coast 48 Maritime Reporter & Engineering News • NOVEMBER 2018
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