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CG Aviation History - Coming of Age. A History of Coast Guard Aviation. Coming of Age (1. Summary Overview. In the year 1. 95. Coast Guard operated 1.
Of this total 5. 0. WWII vintage. In addition there were only 2. This program was. Executive Branch on the grounds that it was to.
Report number 1. 74. Coast Guard, directed the Secretary of the Treasury and the Commandant to cause a complete. Coast Guard activities, the conduct of which require the use of aircraft, and to. December 3. 1,1. 95. The recommendations were to include. In addition it was directed that a program for financing the procurement and replacement be part of the plan.
On 2. 6 February 1. Secretary of the Treasury and the Commandant submitted the. Joint Report requested by Congress.
The Joint Report constituted a “Five Year Plan” for Coast Guard. Aviation. In the letter of transmittal to the committee the Secretary of the Treasury stressed that.
Coast Guard Aviation it would. The Joint Report recommended. The greatly increased number of helicopters reflected a major shift in the thinking within Coast Guard aviation. By January. of 1. Included in his instructions was a direction to the Board to develop a.
The Board consisted of nine senior officers assigned to duty at Coast Guard. Headquarters. Five of these Officers were aviation officers in current flight status while the remaining four members were non- aviators. The opposite occurred.
The benefit of the. Requirements of Coast Guard Aviation Report went far beyond the procurement of much needed. The Report was a catalyst for a change in thinking on how the Coast Guard approached its. Prior to this time the Coast Guard was tactical and reactive in nature. There was no long. This was about to change.
The requirements to. Aviation Plan were projected out in five year segments and in some cases beyond. The. first of 7. 9 Point Class 8. This type of planning would continue for surface requirements as additional cutters and patrol boats were designed and built. The HH- 5. 2, with over 1. It became the international icon for. Existing Air Stations were upgraded, new Air Stations were added, and consolidation.
Coast Guard Aviation. The Coast Guard had established a Flight Safety billet at. Headquarters and began sending experienced aviators to the University of Southern California flight.
In 1. 96. 2 a Board was convened to develop an HU- 1. Standardization Manual. This was the first Coast.
Guard wide Standardization Manual. The Board made an additional recommendation that had a. They recommended a training. The C- 1. 30s marked the beginnings of standardized. The Coast Guard invested much time, effort and money into the development of an HH- 5. A. Pilots Handbook and an HH- 5.
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The program proved successful and as a result Headquarters. Basic Operating Training Unit at Air Station Savannah. With new aircraft coming on the. Mobile. Alabama and the Aviation Training Center was established. The Training Center expanded to meet. Coast Guard needs. Advantage was taken of new concepts and technology and highly sophisticated.
Simulator training for helicopter pilots became the norm and in 1. Coast Guard became the first service to authorize instrument ratings based strictly on. The Navy requested assistance in off- shore.
Viet Cong forces. Coast Guard presence continued to grow. Air Force and Coast Guard was initiated. Coast. Guard aviators, primarily helicopter pilots, served with Combat Rescue Units in Vietnam. This would bring challenges in the years ahead. This resulted in the creation of the Ice Breaker Support. Section being established at ATC Mobile to provide the necessary training and support.
A single federal agency, the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), was created to consolidate. It was designed to integrate the activities of the narcotics agents and U. S. It soon became apparent that drugs were coming into.
Even though transferred to the. Department of Transportation the Coast Guard still retained the responsibility for maritime law. In addition, the Coast Guard had ships to interdict the flow of drugs - - the other. As a result, the Coast Guard soon saw a growing involvement in drug interdiction. Over the years the. Coast Guard Aviation in drug interdiction would continue to grow.
Search and Rescue. The primary responsibility of Coast Guard Aviation during this period remained Search and Rescue. SAR). During the ten year period 1. Although the statistics are not broken down into aviation and surface categories the impact of the new helicopters and air units was evident. A complete narrative of SAR incidents is outside the parameters of this section, however, there are award citations, Air Medal and above, awarded to Coast Guard Aviators that can be viewed in “The Roll of Valor” on this web site.
Their exploits are truly amazing! Historical Timeline of events : Year. Date. Remarks: 1. February. At the request of Congress the Joint Report on the. Requirements of the Coast Guard was submitted to.
This document. defined Coast Guard aviation’s primary role as Search and. Rescue, specified the types of aircraft needed for that. It. was re- evaluated and amended in 1.
Of importance. was the fact that for the first time, budgeting of a fixed. The Loran C was a. Department of Defense program.
The Coast Guard was. It. included representatives of the Treasury Department. Department of Defense, and Bureau of the Budget. Ten. major functions of the Coast Guard were defined and. Coast Guard. It was for the HU- . Albatross. Was established (more)1.
The first of the 2. WMEC Coast Cutters was. The 2. 10s had a helicopter deck but no. November. Miami Air Station moved from Dinner Key to Opa Locka (more)1. July. Air Station Detroit Mi. Was established (more)1. March. The Coast Guard deployed a detachment to Greece to train.
Greek Air Force personnel in the HU- 1. March. The simulator training program was initiated at CG Aviation. Training Center (more)1. July. Air station Cape May NJ was re- commissioned.
This document defined Coast Guard aviation’s primary role. The House Appropriations Committee is gravely concerned with the situation respecting replacement.
Coast Guard aircraft. At the insistence of this committee, a program for regular annual. This would have enabled the Coast Guard to obtain. Coast Guard equipped with. To date, no. alternative has been proposed. On 2. 6 February 1. Secretary of the treasury and the Commandant of the Coast.
Guard submitted the Joint Report requested by congress. The general classification of these aircraft consisted of 1.
AIRCRAFTMODELQTYMODELQTYPBIG7. HO4. S2. 0P4. Y5. HO3. S5. R5. D5. HTL3. PBM9. RM2. P5. M8. R4. D3. UF4. 7JRB5. JRF6. OY2. The Joint report of 1. FY 1. 96. 3 to. consist of 6 models.
These aircraft. were not part of the original requirements as the augmentation had not been directed by DOD at that. SC- 1. 30. Bs. 6 HUS helicopters.
HO4. S helicopters. HUL helicopters. Due to budgetary limitations procurement had fallen considerably behind planned acquisition and in. Determine the Coast Guard Duties or activities in which the use of aircraft is required.
Determine the types and numbers of aircraft required to carry out the role of Coast Guard. Aviation in those duties. Determine the distribution and deployment of such aircraft. Develop a comprehensive and realistic financial plan, covering the procurement and orderly. Coast Guard aircraft. Number 4, to a large degree, insured funds for procurement. There were some. in the Coast Guard that felt that budgeting a fixed sum for aircraft procurement deprived the.
This would. prove to not be the case. Over half of the number of operational aircraft required were helicopters. The thinking in Coast Guard aviation had changed. Myers, FLValparaiso, FL. Galveston, TXDetroit, MIBuffalo, NYChicago, ILLos Angeles, CAHumboldt Bay, CACoos Bay, ORAstoria, OR. The movement of some of the major air stations and changes in operational requirements modified. Air Detachment requirements to some extent but the basic premise remained intact.
C- 1. 23. B aircraft obtained (8 over a period of 3 years). The C- 1. 23 was initially designed as the YG- 1.
Chase Aircraft Corporation. It was all metal and the first of the series took to the air in 1. It had an upswept rear fuselage modified with a hydraulically operated loading ramp. This shape remains the characteristic of most modern transports to this day. Convinced that the YG- 1.
A airframe was of sufficient strength to accommodate power plants Chase installed two Pratt& Whitney R2. YC- 1. 22. The power plants were changed to R- 2.
Air Force Inventory as the C- 1. In June 1. 95. 3 all USAF contracts with the Kaiser organization were canceled and a request for competitive bids for the C- 1.
In October of 1. 95. Fairchild Aircraft Company was awarded the contract to begin a series production of 2. C- 1. 23. B aircraft. Operational enhancements continued and the aircraft was used extensively during the Vietnam conflict for a multitude of missions. The last modification designation was C- 1.
K. These instillations were situated around the globe, many of whichwere situated in remote locations. The aircraft operated from Coast Guard Air Stations located at Miami, Florida; Puerto Rico; Barbers Point, Hawaii; Guam; Kodiak, Alaska; and Naples, Italy. They were distinguished from other C- 1. Coast Guard color scheme and the large nose- mounted APN- 1. As a secondary mission they were also utilized for search and rescue. The last of the aircraft were retired from Coast Guard service in 1.
Manufacturer. Fairchild Aviation. Designation. C- 1. BAircraft Type. Supply transport.
Cost$6. 01,7. 19. Wing Span. 11. 0'Height. This expedited the requirement.
United States was developing. There were three contenders; Omega, Decca, and Loran C (then called CYTAC). Colmar, USCG believed strongly in the value of Loran C as a long range precision navigation system and convinced the Navy to fund testing. The controlled test convinced Admiral Hyman G. Rickover USN, the father of the nuclear submarine, to go operational with it.