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This Day in U.S. Coast Guard History - March 21

March 21, 2011

1791-  Hopley Yeaton of New Hampshire was commissioned as "Master of a Cutter in the Service of the United States for the Protection of the Revenue."  This first commission of a seagoing officer of the United States was signed by George Washington and attested to by Thomas Jefferson.  Twelve other commissions of officers of revenue cutters were signed on the same date.  Yeaton was subsequently assigned to command the Revenue cutter Scammel, stationed in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

1916- On this date Third Lieutenant Elmer Stone, USCG became the first Coast Guard officer ordered to flight training.  He reported to Pensacola Naval Aviation Training School.
(Source: USCG Historian’s Office)

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