Ken Smith was a rural boy of 18 in 1951 when the U.S. government
asked him to serve. Despite his flat feet, he signed up with the
U.S. Coast Guard and began a three-year adventure that took him
from the frigid North Atlantic to an atoll in the South Pacific
called Ulithi. Coast Guard Follies is Smith's fond recollection of
his time in the service, when the only dangers came from the
"push-push" girls, the bad judgment of Lieutenant "Lard-Ass" and an
ungrounded goose-neck lamp. This is a hilarious story that will
appeal to all old "Coasties" and landlubbers alike.
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