DC3 Nathan Bruckenthal Memorials: , CG, Memorial Gibraltar There is a memorial plaque on Gibraltar honoring the USS Tampa, CG, which was sunk by a German U-boat during World War I with a loss of all hands while serving as a convoy escort. Ida Lewis Rock, Ida Lewis Light & Ida Lewis Grave Newport, Rhode Island Lime Rock and Lime Rock Light were renamed in honor of the Lighthouse Service's most famous female light-keeper. Coast Guard Cutter is the official memorial site to Coast Guardsmen killed in action in World War II and Vietnam. Rescue Flotilla 1 (The "Matchbox Fleet") Memorial Poole, England Along the harborside at Poole, England, on June 6, 1994, a plaque was dedicated to the men of Coast Guard Rescue Flotilla 1.Her grave is at the Common Burial Ground in Newport, Rhode Island. San Jacinto Coast Guard Memorial San Jacinto, California An 18-foot replica of the Fenwick Lighthouse in Druding Park serves as a memorial to the U. The inscription reads: "From this Quay, 60 cutters of the United States Coast Guard Rescue Flotilla 1 departed for the Normandy Invasion, 6 June 1944.These 83 foot boats, built entirely of wood, and the 840 crewmembers were credited with saving the lives of 1437 men and 1 woman.
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The plaque's inscription reads: "Dedicated this 6th day of June, 1994, to the members of the United States Coast Guard who participated in the initial invasion of Normandy, especially to those who gave their lives here, and to all United States Coast Guard forces who served world wide on land, sea and air during WWII.
The nations of the world shall long remember Normandy; the United States armed forces, their allies and the cost of freedom at this place.
The United States Coast Guard motto is, as always, 'Semper Paratus' Always Ready".
Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial Colleville-sur-Mer, France This U. national cemetery near Normandy is the final resting place of seven Coast Guardsmen: Mount Tom Memorial Holyoke MA A monument was established in 1996 that memorialized the victims of a B-17 crash here on 9 July 1946.
Lightship Sailors Memorial New Bedford, Massachusetts A memorial to all lightship sailors who lost their lives in the line of duty was dedicated in 2002 in New Bedford after a four-year effort.