Efforts to boost up the morale of United States Coast Guard in Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia Date:1991 Duration:5 min 45 sec Sound:Yes
Highlights the role of United States Coast Guard in Operation Desert Storm, Saudi Arabia. Importance of maintaining a high morale among men at the war front. A Coast Guardsman plays with a dog on board a ship. MCPO (Master Chief Petty Officer) Bill Vahey explains the importance of boosting the morale of Coast Guard personnel through mail and good food. Men watch television, read and write mail. PSC Henry Kohnert also emphasizes upon the importance of mail as a morale booster for men at the war front. Special groups and youngsters send encouraging mails to Coast Guards. A 70 feet long mail sent by children displayed and men look at the mail. Men eat food around a table, a radar boat underway at sea. PAC Mike Price eats a meal. Coast Guards eat ready to eat MRE food from a packet. An officer in a television interview praises the MRE food and promotes it. Men of Security unit 301 eat food prepared by their own cooks.
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