From the Bridge Wing 9/1/2013

From the Bridge Wing 9/1/2013
This Day in Coast Guard History: 1789 – An act of Congress provided for the registering and clearing of vessels and the regulation of the coastwise trade, thus laying the foundation of American navigation laws which, until 1912, embodied the marine policy of the United States. 1894 – An armed guard of Revenue Cutter Service personnel were placed on the Pribiloff Islands to protect seals. googletag.cmd.push(function()...