Mary-Elizabeth Pratt

Mary-Elizabeth Pratt is a writer and historian from Cincinnati. She is a member of the U.S. Coast Guard Reserves, serving as a Maritime Enforcement Specialist with a Port Security Unit. She attended Wittenberg University and the University of Cincinnati, and has worked for the National Museum of the US Air Force, the US Coast Guard Museum, Disney Productions, and private museums across the eastern seaboard.

Recent articles from Mary-Elizabeth Pratt

Petty Officer 2nd Class Jeremy Heck, a member of Coast Guard Station Sturgeon Bay, Wis., deploys a life ring in Sturgeon Bay, while aboard a 45-foot Response Boat-Medium, Dec. 5, 2012.
Joining the Military
6 Qualities That Make The Coast Guard Kickass
The smallest of the services, the Coast Guard stands apart for a number of reasons.