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NEW BERN, N.C. - Two men talk on their marine VHF radios about making false distress calls to the Coast Guard. One of the men admits to previously making a false distress call to the Coast Guard. The Coast Guard is seeking the public's help to identify individuals responsible for recent false distress calls in North Carolina. (U.S. Coast Guard audio by Sector North Carolina)



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Date Taken:07.12.2010

Date Posted:12.13.2013

Category:B-roll

Audio ID:34974

Length:00:00:37

Filename:1312/DOD_101050679.mp3

Location:NEW BERN, NC, USGlobe

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