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Listen as he talks about his service in the #USCG shortly before he was killed. Q: Had you been on a number of boarding missions in the Caribbean before you came here? well the things that you do to train up to be a boarding team member, were they different for this mission? The Crescent City California U.S. We had a four-ton cocaine bust down there. I mean like, you know, I don't have much of an accent but we have guys on our team that have accents and they have really thick accents, so it's like you have to learn how to slow down and stuff like that. As they boarded the boat, it exploded. your crew and your team is safe, and stuff like that. Do you have to go through the . The Coast Guard Patrol Boat (or CGPB for short) is a starter boat given to new players that does not fish, nor deliver cargo. And for my personal life; just the way it felt that first day of war, just that you're feeling that, okay, yeah, this is getting done and this is getting done for a reason. You've got to look to see, you know, hey, are they acting funny or whatever? (Laughter). Photo by PA1 John Gaffney, USCG FIRST COAST GUARDSMAN KILLED IN COMBAT SINCE VIET NAM By PA2 Judy L. Silverstein. . The demeanor of them; they just seemed like they were pretty nervous; whether they got caught or they'd known they got caught, or whatever. Did you have any sensation that these things were coming from behind you, over your heads, or . Your nerves are always there just like you do anything. I mean nothing's perfect I know, but still it seemed to be rolling. Pretty eerie, and that was when we escorted one of the . It's Neah Bay, Washington; the end of the world, and I was there for two years . We train every day when we're in port. Do you have to go through the . So we just did that boarding, made sure that what they were saying that their engines were totally dissembled, and they were, and we went ahead and got off that vessel. They said, get dressed. ? I agree with what we're doing and I stick by my country totally, but at the same time you've got to think of where the end of that noise is coming from. You know you've probably been in the job too long. . In his article he describes his tour while stationed at COTP San Francisco from May, 1958 until May, 1961, … But his greatest legacy is his daughter, Harper. . -A boat explosion in Iraq inflicted the U.S. Coast Guard's first wartime loss of life since the Vietnam War. He was conducting maritime intercept operations in the North Arabian Gulf as part of Coast Guard Patrol Forces Southwest Asia aboard the USS Firebolt. It was great having them there. DC3 Bruckenthal: I essentially do a lot of different jobs. Background: […] Meet the Polar Star crew – Cmdr. What are some of the kind of things you'd do? Because of the generosity of so many, the Fund has been able to assist worthy causes in Nate’s name with some of its resources, including the Coast Guard Foundation, the Wounded Warrior Project, Center for the Intrepid at Brooke Army Medical Center, Nate’s Open Door, and Veterans Moving Forward, just to name a few. if you could just tell me your name, your rank, and spell your last name for me? Q: Do you remember what vessel that was you escorted? stick you in the arm with . The damage controlman “rating,” or Coast Guard enlisted job classification, includes elements of a variety of skilled trades, including welding, plumbing, carpentry, and firefighting. DC3 Bruckenthal: Just keeping them in place, keeping an eye on them, and they were really compliant, pretty scared. DC3 Bruckenthal: Or not long enough, exactly. Join to Connect. DC3 Bruckenthal: No, I enlisted about a year and a half after high school. Old Guard I'm in OS A-School right now. You know, it's like, hey, we trust you guys. He moved back to Long Island and subsequently joined the Coast Guard in 1998. I mean don't get me wrong. We made sure . We were down on the barge. . It's just a great feeling and now I'm coming out here and doing this. They didn't try to talk with you guys at all? These are just a few of the testaments to Nate. DC3 Bruckenthal: They passed out of our control and went onto a different ship. relatively brief career with the Coast Guard. I'm not sure where they took them to or what they did with them after that. . I think, work-wise, my career-wise I take the tactics that we used; the communications with other coalition forces, how it really was. Firebolt, the off-shore oil platform and the oil terminal itself at Khawr Al Amaya, in the northern Arabian Gulf. Britten-Norman BN-2A Islander in H.M. Coastguard Service. . Q: Do you think they felt in fear of their lives? The team intercepted the vessel. The NC-4 is also included because of its historic significance. And they really do help you out, and just all their training staff there. As the sun glides off the face of the earth,I am there to hold you.As the wind blows like a raging bull,I am there to protect you.I am there when you need me,From Dusk till Dawn,I am there.Do you see me?I am here…. We did a few - I can't recall how many we did - but we did a few boardings with them. U.S. Coast Guard History Program U.S. Coast Guard Diving Program A History of Coast Guard Diving Operations COTP, San Francisco By Robert Wert Edited by Scott Price Editor’s Note The following information and photographs were provided by Coast Guard Diver and veteran Bob Wert. Those of us who knew him and loved him believe that his heroism stemmed from a familial sense of service; this sense of service was instilled in Nate at a very young age. It is her desire to serve in a military or veterans’ hospital…in a small way she can give back to all those who have helped her and Harper. . DC3 Bruckenthal: We did a lot of escort duties back and forth from Umm Qasr. stick you in the arm with . it was going to be in my PD and I just wanted to get some college so I could make it above Sergeant. The only thing they'd ask us for is water and if they could use the bathroom. . . When you say, stood security, you were actually keeping them in place? I mean when we were with the Polish . We have a boarding to do. . Nathan’s daughter, Harper Natalie was born on November 19, 2004. . I still got that, so I'm just trying to get this so I can get some college and then still become a police officer or a firefighter. You've got to look to see, you know, hey, are they acting funny or whatever? DC3 Bruckenthal: So I think I take that for work-wise just that things work. It was great having them there. Together, these pilots and aircrews fly 5 types of aircraft in the Coast Guard’s inventory, representing 200 airframes dispersed among 24 Air Stations. Almost like the NYPD [New York Police Department]. Coast Guard Tactical Law Enforcement Foundation is a tax exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. . . What kind of things do you do to train up for . DC3 Bruckenthal: No, I've been all around the place. After maneuvering the tram to screen the oil terminal, Petty Officer Bruckenthal approached the dhow to investigate its actions. for a person like me who's never really seen anything like that before, it was pretty interesting. DC3 Bruckenthal: I mean nothing's perfect I know, but still it seemed to be rolling. It was my first patrol with the TACLET so I was pretty psyched about that. So I think I take that for work-wise just that things work. So I mean there are still things that just need to get done. In March 2004, at the request of his command staff, he volunteered for a second deployment to Iraq. One of eight. Q: Okay, so you've been on there since then. DC3 Bruckenthal: Oh, with a . DC3 Bruckenthal: That was the night, I believe, yes. DC3 Bruckenthal: I think, work-wise, my career-wise I take the tactics that we used; the communications with other coalition forces, how it really was. We were down on the barge. This photo is copyright protected and may not be used in any way without proper permission. They do the same job as we do. . For this action, Nathan was posthumously, awarded the Purple Heart Medal, the Bronze Star Medal with Valor, the, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal with oak leaf, and his second, Combat Action Ribbon. Just keeping them in place, keeping an eye on them, and they were really compliant, pretty scared. DC3 Bruckenthal: Boarding Officer School. DC3 (then Seaman Recruit) Bruckenthal while in basic training at USCG Training Center, Cape May, New Jersey. Did you continue your boardings off the Firebolt? You know the training that we get, the training that we do is - as tedious as it sometimes is - it works. Operations permitting, Coast Guard units shall observe a moment of silence at 1100 on 07 May in memory of DC3 Bruckenthal and all our service members who have made the ultimate sacrifice serving our nation with honor. Q: As tensions got a little bit higher and the war started to get closer, can you describe that night that the war started; where you were and what you were doing? We were on there for about a week doing boardings with them. We do a lot of . DC3 Bruckenthal: I got here the end of February. They wouldn't talk with each other. After school he was assigned to Station Neah Bay in the northwest corner of Washington on the Makah Indian Reservation. I don't think I can say whether or not they did. We did another quick sweep of the vessel to make sure that it wasn't sinking; just to make sure it was intact. However, her former Division Officer on the ship testified that she did not seem to welcome this opportunity. Exactly. . Operation Iraqi Freedom and the U.S. Coast Guard, Operation Iraqi Freedom Documentation Project / He and 6 other coalition sailors attempted to board a small boat near the Iraqi Khawr Al Amaya Oil Terminal. They took them . No, I enlisted about a year and a half after high school. Petty Officer Bruckenthal was laid to rest in Arlington National Cemetery on May 7, 2004. They were pretty nervous sitting there. While there he received the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal and a. I learned a lot from them. DC3 Bruckenthal: I don't think I can say whether or not they did. He served on the Coast Guard Cutter Point Wells, based out of Montauk, New York, prior to attending Damage Controlman "A" School. . . For his actions Bruckenthal was posthumously awarded the Bronze Star Medal with Combat “V”. Nathan B. Bruckenthal July 17, 1979 – April 24, 2004. Q: They didn't try to talk with you guys at all? Le Douglas DC-4 est un avion de transport quadrimoteur construit par Douglas Aircraft Company entre 1942 et 1947. Not really. No, I've been all around the place. Q: Can you tell the difference between a New Zealander and an Aussie? DC3 Bruckenthal: Point Wells [WPB-82343], and then I went to DC "A" School and then I was at Station Neah Bay. I wasn't really involved with much of that because I was making sure that . In January 2009, the Surface Navy Association added Nate’s name to their, Hall of Fame. The Crescent City California U.S. Q: Did you serve on the Firebolt from that point to the end of hostilities? well the things that you do to train up to be a boarding team member, were they different for this mission? . . . Yeah, and after that day, as the war progressed, what do you recall now as significant operational highlights of what the unit did? Stay Connected. My job varies, you know. . . It's the Firebolt; a naval ship, and it would shake every once in a while from some of the sounds; some of the noises that were coming off. And how long have you been with the TACLET; your whole career so far in the Service? . He was the first Coast Guard member killed in action since the Vietnam war. We also have platforms on land that we work with. Not really. You know the training that we get, the training that we do is - as tedious as it sometimes is - it works. . Q: Can you describe what you guys did the next day when you encountered these tugs? Q: Is there anything that you'd like to add or anything we haven't covered that you wanted me to comment on or add? Q: Do you get a lot of policy to go along with your training; like why you're doing certain things? Q: And can you describe sort of the run-up to that first night of the war; your experiences on different vessels, different . I mean I still have family over here. You know you've probably been in the job too long. I mean there's always something there. The boarding team member will do the initial safety inspection and deal with the crew; jobs along that line. Q: And how long have you been with the TACLET; your whole career so far in the Service? FIREBOLT (PC-10) and the United States Coast Guard Law Enforcement Detachment 403 during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM on 24 April 2004. I stood security with the crew and we did make sure that the . Aviation Photo #1040007 Douglas C-47A Skytrain (DC-3) - Canadian Coast Guard [ Medium Large] Tweet. it was going to be in my PD and I just wanted to get some college so I could make it above Sergeant. You know you're thinking of, hey yeah, we're doing this. Our ship; we were on the PC-10 [USS Firebolt]. Q: Almost like the NYPD [New York Police Department]. Also though, just to catch up on things like that. . We did some UN [United Nations] boardings with them down in the holding area; pretty compliant boardings. DC3 Bruckenthal: It was sandy; pretty deserted; a lot of Marines; a lot of coalition forces were there but you could tell it was deserted. During WWI Coast Guard Aviators were assigned to naval units on an individual basis. Après avoir pris part à la Seconde Guerre mondiale sous les désignations militaires C-54 Skymaster (USAAF) ou R5D (US Navy), le Douglas DC-4 contribua très largement au développement du transport aérien mondial et fut un a… . . Just basics; checking the holds. They wouldn't talk much. was this the first time you had to interact with people from other navies in the coalition? It was there at Neah Bay he met his wife Pattie Bruckenthal nee Rombo. Q:  Okay, let's just start by . Down in Miami they have some boats that we'd be doing, you know, some tugs down in the river that we do mock boardings on. DC3 Bruckenthal: I can't recall off the top of my head. We have a boarding to do. . What do you take from this that you'll take with you for the rest of your career in the Coast Guard and your civilian career? DC3 Nathan Bruckenthal July 17, 1979 - April 24, 2004 Nathan B. Bruckenthal, You couldn't really see much except for the haze in the sky. By his zealous initiative, courageous actions and exceptional dedication to duty, Petty Officer Bruckenthal reflected great credit upon himself and upheld the highest traditions of the Coast Guard and the United States Naval Service. On October 29, 2010 a new fitness center was dedicated to, Nate at the Base Support Unit at Sand Pedro, California and a service dog, has been named after Nate (www.vetsfwd.org.) We use paintball guns and stuff like that for simulation. we have mock boardings that we do. So until this whole thing is over with, you know, there's still going to be that feeling; something to tell my kids. Is that why there's got to be someone in charge of a boarding? . Coast Guard members alongside the Northport community started off the morning with a great memorial workout for DC3 Nate Bruckenthal! Mary Ellen Durley. . In March 2004, at the request of his command staff, he volunteered for a, second deployment to Iraq. I mean we just train and train and train. I learned a lot from them. We did some UN [United Nations] boardings with them down in the holding area; pretty compliant boardings. . It gets you built up. FIREBOLT (PC-10) and the United States Coast Guard Law Enforcement Detachment 403 … . Could you see it and feel it, hear it, from where you were? : We just show them what we do and see if we can help them in any way. Nathan B. Bruckenthal July 17, 1979 – April 24, 2004, FROM DUSK TILL DAWNNathan Brandt Bruckenthal 1996. This, selfless act of courage protected the crew aboard the U.S.S. DC3 Bruckenthal was the first Coast Guard casualty during Operation Iraqi Freedom. DC3 Bruckenthal: The Boarding Officer is the person who will make contact with the master of the ship. . I mean there's always something there. DC3 Bruckenthal: We just show them what we do and see if we can help them in any way. What's the difference between a team member and an officer? . Cmdr. . Q: Was there anything that they did that was that much different from what you guys are doing? My job varies, you know. It's something that you just . DC3 Bruckenthal: So you would see flashes but you really couldn't tell where they were coming from, but we knew. But you just do your job and you just make sure everything . We went out, did this boarding on the tug with a barge next to it. Naval Sea Cadet Corps has honored Nate by naming its division after him. I mean we just train and train and train. DC3 Bruckenthal: Well until we came back into port. Because the war started up until whenever you got off? Oh yeah, we definitely got a lot of vaccines in us before we came, you know, and we do a certain training that . . So we did that and then we went and worked with the Polish Special Forces and they're great guys. So until this whole thing is over with, you know, there's still going to be that feeling; something to tell my kids. You know you're like, I'm finally doing something that's, you know, going from a housing DC to doing something like that where it's like you're stopping drugs from coming into the country. 16 years ago today, DC3 Nathan Bruckenthal made the ultimate sacrifice for his country. The President of the United States of America takes pride in presenting the Bronze Star Medal with Combat “V” (Posthumously) to Damage Controlman Third Class Nathan B. Bruckenthal, United States Coast Guard, for heroic achievement in connection with combat operations against the enemy while serving as Boarding Officer with U.S.S. . There, Nathan volunteered as a police officer, firefighter, emergency medical technician, and assistant high school football coach on the reservation. However, the rank insignia worn on collars have yellow chevrons. . They passed out of our control and went onto a different ship. DC3 Bruckenthal: TACSOUTH [Coast Guard Tactical Law Enforcement Team South]. DC3 Bruckenthal: I just stepped ashore and then went back to the conn [the ship's bridge area]; just pretty cool. They'd use a lot of noise simulation and stuff like that, and it is very intense, very hardcore training for a long time, and you just get it done, and we do that. . I wasn't really involved with much of that because I was making sure that . Had you been on a number of boarding missions in the Caribbean before you came here? . DC3 Bruckenthal: Not really. ? . Nathan was born on July 17, 1979 and grew up in Stony Brook, New York. DC3 Bruckenthal: Continue boardings off the Firebolt? DC3 Bruckenthal: Actually I just . On the 40' UTB, 41' UTB, and 44' MLB the numbering and legends are 6" high. . Oh, with a . the color of the sky. . Is there anything that you'd like to add or anything we haven't covered that you wanted me to comment on or add? It was great to see such support from all over Long Island. During his first deployment DC3 Bruckenthal was interviewed while in Bahrain for the Coast Guard Historian's Office Iraqi Freedom Documentation Project. Q: Did you do any combined boardings with them? . We made sure . . Because of his unique skills and abilities he was chosen to be among the first, Coast Guardsmen deployed to Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom in early, 2003. We tied up next to the alongside tow and went onboard, mustered the crew - again I stood security back aft with the crew - and then the Australian Marines were there and we had a couple of Navy EOD [Explosive Ordnance Detachment] guys there. During his tenure in Washington he received the Coast Guard Sea ServiceRibbon. … ? We also have platforms on land that we work with. . You know it's like you really couldn't communicate with them because they don't speak English and we don't speak Polish. LEDET 403, TACLET South, Interviewer: PAC Peter Capelotti, USCGR His story has been published in Faces of Freedom (www.rebeccapepin.com.) Dec 2013 – Present 6 years. I stood security with the crew and we did make sure that the . DC3 Bruckenthal: Well it's not over yet, but . We tied up next to the alongside tow and went onboard, mustered the crew - again I stood security back aft with the crew - and then the Australian Marines were there and we had a couple of Navy EOD [Explosive Ordnance Detachment] guys there. It's just my nature. We are. Place: Bahrain. . Design . I mean there were times when there was a language barrier. FIREBOLT (PC-10) and the United States Coast Guard Law Enforcement Detachment 403 … . Is that why there's got to be someone in charge of a boarding? You know, it's like, hey, we trust you guys. . . Nathan Bruckenthal will always be remembered for his kindness to others, sense of humor, devotion to his family, and service to his country. But I'll be graduating a few weeks after he gets here. It's all basically the same. That's what I want to do. DC3 Bruckenthal: One of eight. . DC3 Bruckenthal: Exactly. This put Bruckenthal on the front lines of the Coast Guard, and based out of Miami he learned the skills which would eventually bring him to the Persian Gulf. I'm not sure where they took them to or what they did with them after that. I think we've pretty much covered everything. our training team down at TACSOUTH; they set up this training schedule for us and it's amazing. As they boarded the boat, it exploded. the security; made sure nobody was, you know, the demeanor of the crew. DC3 Bruckenthal: We were, I believe at the mouth of KAA [Kwahr 'Abd Allah] River. Q: What was Umm Qasr like when you stepped ashore there? Nathan had been chosen to become a part of the Taclet’s training unit, and his job that afternoon was to instruct navy personnel how to conduct. Biography. There’s no calling a paramedic, a police officer, or a plumber when something goes wrong. So coming over here to the Middle . Not until the end when they were transferring us around. This led to his next assignment in Neah Bay, Washington. Like I said, that night was real dark. Q: What are some of the kind of things you'd do? . He is the first and only Coast Guardsman to be killed in action since the Vietnam War. Okay, so you weren't on another vessel after that? Naval Sea Cadet Corps has honored Nate by naming its division after him. So we just did that boarding, made sure that what they were saying that their engines were totally dissembled, and they were, and we went ahead and got off that vessel. Pattie and Harper moved to Ashburn, Virginia. I remember the sky was a big factor. DC3 Bruckenthal: Oh yeah, we definitely got a lot of vaccines in us before we came, you know, and we do a certain training that . . So we were pretty close. here I'm thinking about things like how many times they stick you in the arm? . We did a lot of escort duties back and forth from Umm Qasr. We worked with the New Zealand Navy. They have the same "Use of Force" as us. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. DC3 Bruckenthal: We did another quick sweep of the vessel to make sure that it wasn't sinking; just to make sure it was intact. I still got that, so I'm just trying to get this so I can get some college and then still become a police officer or a firefighter. U.S. Coast Guard Oral History Program, Interviewee: DC3 Nathan Bruckenthal, USCG Force Continuum, Use of Force Policy, and that's just our job and we have to live by it. Did you continue your boardings off the. Three coins have been. We were tasked to do a boarding on a tug that was allegedly broke down in the middle of the river, and we went onboard and just . They wouldn't talk with each other. The Bruck consists of a 400 meter run, 24 back squats, and 24 jerks for time. She is the Coast Guard Senior Leadership’s key policy advisor on the complete range of agency activities related to International Affairs and engagement. the security; made sure nobody was, you know, the demeanor of the crew. The Coast Guard aviation community consists of approximately 800 pilots and an enlisted workforce of approximately 2,500. DC3 Bruckenthal: Not until the end when they were transferring us around. Actually I just . I did one deployment for 70 days. . Nathan had been chosen to become a part of the Taclet’s training unit and his job that afternoon was to instruct navy personnel how to conduct maritime interdiction operations. I mean if you're not scared or if you're not nervous about doing something then there's probably something wrong with you. DC3 Bruckenthal: I believe so. DC3 Bruckenthal: Well not even until I get home. So you use a lot of hand signals and a lot of stuff like that, and it seemed that it worked out perfectly. . We always go with Coast Guard policy. . The Coast Guard policy is always in effect. DC3 Bruckenthal: For me it was. Three coins have been minted acknowledging his sacrifice. We don't try to change their policy or anything. That's what I want to do. I just stepped ashore and then went back to the conn [the ship's bridge area]; just pretty cool. . They wouldn't talk much. Pretty eerie, and that was when we escorted one of the . if you could just tell me your name, your rank, and spell your last name for me? We went ahead and saddled up. Q: What kind of things do you do to train up for . © Coast Guard Tactical Law Enforcement Foundation 2014. They took them . You know, what we've got to do. While patrolling the security zone around the Al Basra Oil Terminal in Iraqi territorial waters, Petty Officer Bruckenthal detected a small, unidentified dhow proceeding towards the Oil Terminal. TACSOUTH [Coast Guard Tactical Law Enforcement Team South]. We did some boardings down here at the pier; some mock boardings with them, just running through with their boarding teams showing them what we do. it was very hazy from the smoke and very loud. DC3 Nathan Bruckenthal was killed in action during #OperationIraqiFreedom while conducting maritime intercept missions in 2004. The boarding team member will do the initial safety inspection and deal with the crew; jobs along that line. I'm going to BO [Boarding Officer] School in the next . So as of right now I'm just a boarding team member. Q: What's the difference between a team member and an officer? Oh definitely. And they really do help you out, and just all their training staff there. We went out, did this boarding on the tug with a barge next to it. His story has been published, in Faces of Freedom (www.rebeccapepin.com.) He was accepted to the elite tactical law enforcement program and assigned to TACLET South, housed aboard Air Station Miami. . It was my first patrol with the TACLET so I was pretty psyched about that. I remember the sky was a big factor. It's just my nature. we found another automatic weapon that hadn't been found before. . The President of the United States of America takes pride in presenting the Bronze Star Medal with Combat “V” (Posthumously) to Damage Controlman Third Class Nathan B. Bruckenthal, United States Coast Guard, for heroic achievement in connection with combat operations against the enemy while serving as Boarding Officer with U.S.S. Date of Interview: 25 April 2003 . For this action, Nathan was posthumously awarded the Purple Heart Medal, the Bronze Star Medal with Valor, the Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal with oak leaf, and his second Combat Action Ribbon. Q: Did you have any sensation that these things were coming from behind you, over your heads, or . . Was there anything that they did that was that much different from what you guys are doing? It gets you built up. 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