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Angus John Gauthier Jr. Served in the United States Coast Guard

Enlisted: October 31, 1962, Detroit, Michigan Recruiting Office
Basic Training: November 1, 1962-February 12, 1963, Coast Guard Training Center, Cape May, New Jersey
USCG Cutter Chincoteague:
February 21, 1963-July 26, 1963
Class “A” Coast Guard Training Center School: August 14, 1963-November 8, 1963, Groton, Connecticut
USCG District 5: November 12, 1963-January 18, 1965, Portsmouth, Virginia
USCG Base: January 25 1967-October 2, 1967, Detroit, Michigan
USCG District 9: October 13, 1967-July 15, 1969, Cleveland, Ohio
USCG Headquarters: July 28, 1969-February 6, 1973, Washington D.C.
Officer in Charge: August 28, 1969-February 6, 1973, "Joint Guard of Honor" Stood over the casket of J. Edgar Hoover.
USCG Recruiting Office: March 1, 1973-June 2, 1975. Assumed duties as Officer in Charge October 1, 1973-June 2, 1975, Niles, Illinois
USCG Recruiting Office: June 25, 1975-July 16, 1977, Officer in Charge Binghamton, New York
Reserve Recruiting Officer 17 July 1977 – 1 Feb 1979
National Defense Medal, Expert Pistol Medal w/Silver “E”, Good Conduct Medal w/4 Bronze Stars, Chicago area Recruiter of the Year, “Letter of Congratulations” – Commander, Ninth CG District, “Letter of Appreciation of Services”  3 Apr 1973 from Commanding Officer, Chicago Air Station

Angus John Gauthier stood guard over the casket of J. Edgar Hoover as it lay in state at the U.S. Capitol Building.

That is John in the lower left corner of the picture.



Tonya Rena (Gauthier) Kellum served in the United States Army

Time in Service: October 2, 1986 - September 1, 1993 (Active) & September 2, 1993 - August 30, 1994 (Inactive)
Primary Specialty: 91B10 Medical Specialist & 71L10 Administrative Specialist
Decorations, Medals, Badges, Citations & Campaign Ribbons Awarded or Authorized: Army Service Ribbon, Army Lapel Button, National Defense Service Medal, Army Good Conduct Medal, Overseas Service Ribbon, Driver Badge (W), Army Achievement Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Sharpshooter Badge Rifle M-16
Basic Training: E Company, 6th Battalion, 2nd Battalion Brigade, Fort Jackson, South Carolina
Military School: E Company, 2nd Battalion, Fort Sam Houston, Texas to be a Combat Medical Specialist
1st Assignment: F Company, 123rd Support Battalion, 1st Armored Division, Monteith Barracks, Fuerth (Nuernberg), Germany
2nd Assignment: A & HHC Company, 109th Support Battalion, Fort Lewis, Washington
3rd Assignment: HHC 1/52nd Artillery Defense Battalion, Fort Lewis, Washington
4th Assignment: HHB 4/7th Air Defense Artillery Battalion, Fort Lewis, Washington

Here are links & pictures from my military history.


123RD Main Support Battalion Update

1AD Website 1st Armored Division


Monteith Barracks(Germany) Where Tonya lived while serving in the US Army.

The Nuernberg Military Community - (Germany) Learn about all the bases located in the area.

Monteith Barracks main gate from Vacher Straße I did many nights as a guard at this gate.

Picture found at the Nuernberg Military Community website. Please take a moment to visit that site, full of wonderful information about Nuernberg.

A view of the Monteith Barracks main gate from the inside - 11 Sept 1993

Picture found at the Nuernberg Military Community website. Please take a moment to visit that site, full of wonderful information about Nuernberg.

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