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Coast Guard escorts fishing crew, research team to safety.


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Date Taken:12.28.2013

Date Posted:12.28.2013 3:32PM

Category:B-Roll

Video ID:318415

Filename:DOD_101064679

Length:00:00:20

Location:AT SEA

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