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I noticed that you fixed the broken citation in Aalen's article; however I am having trouble verifying the numbers as they don't seem to be on that page. I am trying to search through that website, but alas to no avail. Could you locate that statistic and point that reference to the specific page, if you don't mind. Thanks for your help. speednat (talk) 19:26, 19 June 2014 (UTC)

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First of all, let me thank you for your efforts in making a new article about a Revenue Marine officer. History for Revenue Marine officers is often hard to find and sometimes it exists in sources that are not suitable as references. I would like to point out one error that I have discovered in your article as it exists up to this point. The office and rank of Captain-Commandant did not exist before 1908.[1][2] The first Captain-Commandant was Worth G. Ross, with a date of rank of 25 April 1908.[3] The title of the office Fraser held would been that of Chief of the Revenue Marine Bureau and he would have held the rank of Captain, USRM; which at the time would have been equivalent to that of today's U.S. Navy lieutenant commander if that rank had existed in the Navy at that time. I have been researching various sources for information on the rank structure of the Revenue Marine with the intention of putting a section in the United States Revenue Cutter Service article; regretfully, I haven't had the time to complete the task. It is on my work list however. Again thanks! Cheers... Cuprum17 (talk) 17:57, 10 October 2014 (UTC)

I have been looking at some of your sources that you have used for your article and I find that they do indeed refer to Fraser as the "First Commandant of the United States Coast Guard". This is unfortunate in that on other pages of the Historian's Office they refer to Fraser as Chief of the Revenue Marine Bureau.[4] When they count the current Commandant as the 25th Commandant of the Coast Guard, Paul F. Zukunft, and counting back to 1st Commandant that would be Leonard G. Shepard. I would suggest that the reference you refer as <ref name="FraserAlexanderBio"> is a Public Information Office piece that was published sometime before the use of word processing equipment but sometime after the adoption of the ZIP Code postal system. (ca. ~ 1963–1983) I suspect that the web page reference you refer to as <ref name="FraserAlexander"> is probably mostly taken from that source, as it doesn't really add any new information but is of a newer display style and uses your first reference as a reference. In the interest of keeping all articles relating to the leadership of the Revenue Service and Coast Guard more or less in agreement, I would propose a slight rewrite of your article to conform to the article "Commandant of the Coast Guard". I do this to reduce the confusion in the reader's mind and to try and keep future editors from constantly reediting all of the articles involved. My personal opinion is that whoever wrote the PIO piece was playing fast and loose with the term "commandant". I would like your view on the subject so I am patrolling your talk page for a reply. Please don't take this as criticism of your work, I'm delighted that you are interested in writing the article itself. Cheers! Cuprum17 (talk) 19:22, 10 October 2014 (UTC)
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  1. ^ Johnson, p 17
  2. ^ Perrenot, p 13
  3. ^ Noble, p 62
  4. ^ "Commandants of the U.S. Coast Guard & Chiefs of the Revenue Marine Division", U.S. Coast Guard Historian's Office
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  • "Commandants of the U.S. Coast Guard & Chiefs of the Revenue Marine Division". Retrieved 10 October 2014.
  • Johnson, Robert Irwin (1987). Guardians of the Sea, History of the United States Coast Guard, 1915 to the Present. Naval Institute Press, Annapolis, Maryland. ISBN 978-0-87021-720-3.
  • Noble (1990), Dennis L. "Historical Register U.S. Revenue Cutter Service Officers, 1790–1914" (pdf). Coast Guard Personnel. U.S. Coast Guard Historian's Office. Retrieved 10 October 2014.
  • Perrenot, Preston B. (2014). United States Coast Guard Grade Insignia Since 1834. Perrenot, Lexington, Kentucky. ISBN 9781448656387.

Thanks for your advice concerning Fraser's official title, and I have have edited the article accordingly. I should have realized that the sources where using contemporary terms myself having read the USCG page. I've also added a few more details, mainly concerning the steam ship programme. Incidentally, concerning comparative ranks of the USRM and USN, the referenced Early History by HD Smith contains useful information on pages 50-51 and 55 which may be of some use to you. dawkeye (talk) 13:47, 12 October 2014 (UTC)

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Hello, thank you for making correction on Louise McIlroy in 1920_New_Year_Honours. Should she be added to 1920_Birthday_Honours do you think? Best wishes Triptropic (talk) 09:50, 3 April 2016 (UTC)

Looking at the list it seems to be a special one off "for services in connection with the War". Although published on 30 March, the awards are dated from 1 January, but I don't think it's part of the New Years list, nor the Birthday Honours, but rather an "Additional Honours" list.dawkeye (talk) 12:01, 3 April 2016 (UTC)

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Hi, you make a lot of formal edits improving the condition of references, thanks for that. Do you use a certain tool, or is it done by hand ? I use CiteGen/Reflinks, but it lacks features. TGCP (talk) 09:24, 5 November 2016 (UTC)

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