U.s. coast guard band - ceremonials - americana


Initially, the "system of cutters" was not an organized service. Each revenue cutter operated independently, with each assigned to patrol a section of the east coast and reporting directly to the Customs House in a major port. The cutters were collectively referred to as the "Revenue-Marine," and later officially organized as the "Revenue Cutter Service."

The . Coast Guard Pipe Band is organized into local detachments and its performances typically consist of a single piper and drummer performing for . Coast Guard change-of-command ceremonies, military funerals, and Coast Guard ship commissioning events, however, large ensembles have occasionally been raised for parades and other major occasions including the Grand Haven, Michigan Coast Guard Festival and the New York St. Patrick's Day parade. [4] [5] [6] Membership is restricted to personnel of the . Coast Guard , . Coast Guard Reserve , and . Coast Guard Auxiliary , as well as honorably discharged "wartime veterans" of the . Coast Guard and . Coast Guard Reserve. According to the organization, the restriction to "wartime veterans" is due to Coast Guard uniform regulations which only permit non-serving persons to wear the Coast Guard uniform if they previously served during a declared war or national emergency. [6]


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