Civil War Sailor Chas Mount (Charles Mount). The name of his ship is on his hat but I can only see the last four letters (NANDA). Note the sailor’s pocket knife on his belt. He carved his last name into the handle..

Civil War Sailor Chas Mount (Charles Mount). The name of his ship is on his hat but I can only see the last four letters (NANDA). Note the sailor’s pocket knife on his belt. He carved his last name into the handle..


N 2/c John Cullen, who helped foil one of two Nazi sabotage teams that were sent to the United States in 1942.  Cullen discovered the saboteurs, who had landed on a Long Island beach from their submarine U-202, during his six-mile patrol from Coast Guard Station Amagansett.  He immediately reported the incident to his superiors; they then contacted the FBI.  Neither sabotage team was successful and all of the Nazi agents were captured.

N 2/c John Cullen, who helped foil one of two Nazi sabotage teams that were sent to the United States in 1942.  Cullen discovered the saboteurs, who had landed on a Long Island beach from their submarine U-202, during his six-mile patrol from Coast Guard Station Amagansett.  He immediately reported the incident to his superiors; they then contacted the FBI.  Neither sabotage team was successful and all of the Nazi agents were captured.