Captain John Foster Williams Coast Guard Building: The federal building in Boston is named for Captain John Foster Williams (1743-1814), a prominent figure in U.S. naval history. Williams was born in Boston, Massachusetts and started his career at sea at the age of fifteen.
Move.mil – The Official DPS Portal: Through DPS you can: * Submit your application online, instead of traveling to a Transportation Office (TO) * Track your shipment * File a claim online, and to settle directly with your moving company * Full Replacement Value (FRV) of lost and damaged goods * Make sure only quality, reputable companies handle and ship your personal belongings by completing the Customer Satisfaction Survey (CSS) - MilitaryAvenue.com
Have you heard about the Military Spouse Employment Partnership career portal? The MSEP career portal was designed to help military spouses, faced with frequent moves, find meaningful employment, network and even strengthen their skills. - MilitaryAvenue.com
[Grades 5-6] AIRLIFT MISSION: ENGINEERING DESIGN TEAMS: Students will learn about the history of airlift missions (both humanitarian and combat) as well as aircraft structures and the engineering mindset that is needed to properly design them. The U. S. Air Force’s global reach is emphasized! Lesson plan at http://www.nationalmuseum.af.mil/Portals/7/documents/education/airlift_mission_engineering_design_teams.pdf
Each Coast Guard silver bullion round contains 1 Troy Ounce of .999 Fine Silver. The obverse bears a resemblance to The United States Coast Guard Portal with crossed anchors behind a shield. The words "UNITED STATES COAST GUARD" & the date "1790" surround the shield. The reverse of each round is hallmarked "ONE TROY OUNCE .999 FINE SILVER" and provides ample room for customized engraving. Each round will arrive in an Direct Fit Air-Tite Capsule and a black drawstring pouch.