List of U.S. Coast Guard People

The following is a list of people who served in the United States Coast Guard and have gained fame through previous or subsequent endeavors, infamy, or successes:

Note: When adding a name to this list, please place the same in alphabetical order and provide a reliable verifiable source. Secondary sources such as fansites are not allowed. As a guide please see: sources. Additions that are not in alphabetical order and/or do not provide a primary reliable verifiable source will be removed.

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  • Al Barlick — Professional Baseball Umpire, National Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee (Served during World War II)
  • Edward T. Barry — American Professional Hockey Player
  • Panayiota Bertzikis — Executive Director, Military Rape Crisis Center
  • Humphrey Bogart — Actor (In 1944 Bogart volunteered his yacht Santana (as well as himself) for service with the Coast Guard Temporary Reserve)
  • Lee Bonnell — Actor (Served during World War II)[4]
  • Milton H. Bren — Producer ("Tars and Spars"), Writer, Director
  • Beau Bridges — Actor (Served from 1959 to 1967 in the Reserves)
  • Jeff Bridges — Actor (Served in the regular Coast Guard in the 1960s and as a reservist in the 1970s
  • Lloyd Bridges — Actor (He was a member of Coast Guard Auxiliary and did a number of public service announcements for the Coast Guard)
  • Frank Brimsek — Professional Hockey Player, National Hockey Hall of Fame Inductee (Served from 1943 to 1945)
  • Aaron Brown — Broadcast journalist, Professor of Journalism at Arizona State
  • Erroll M. Brown, the first USCG African-American admiral
  • Nathan Bruckenthal, the only Coast Guardsman killed in action in Iraq, and the first KIA since the Vietnam War
  • Daniel C. Burbank, second Coast Guard astronaut, Captain, USCG

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  • Charles Isaacs — Writer[4]

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Sources

Coast Guard History

References

Source: U.S. Coast Guard

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