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Semper Paratus: Adventure and History in the Tales of the U.S. Coast Guard

Event Type: History and Genealogy
Age Group(s): Adults
Date: 11/10/2016
Start Time: 7:00 PM
End Time: 8:30 PM
Description:
 Discover the missions, history, and achievements of the U. S. Coast Guard as Lieutenant Commander Reed Kohberger, USCG, Ret., imparts his knowledge and experiences from his 33 years of active duty service. Discussion includes his years at sea and his work in Search and Rescue, Emergency Response Policy, and Marine Safety Inspections.

Lieutenant Commander Reed Kohberger retired from the US Coast Guard in 2011 after 33 years of active duty. He was a "Mustang" advancing through the enlisted ranks to Chief Petty Officer, where he was the Operations Center Supervisor at numerous commands. He then advanced through the Warrant Officer ranks to Warrant Officer 4. The Coast Guard awarded him a meritorious promotion to Lieutenant. He was assigned into the Marine Safety field and became a Senior Marine Inspector. LCDR Kohberger retired out of Coast Guard HQ where he had been a Regulations Development Manager and the Coast Guard's formal Nation State to Nation State Liaison Officer to the Makah, Quileute and Klallam Native Peoples tribes in the Puget Sound area.
Library: Central
Location: Warfield Meeting Room, HCLS Central Branch, 10375 Little Patuxent Pkwy Columbia MD 21044
Other Information:
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Status: Closed