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    Coast Guard Cutter Seneca

    Coast Guard Cutter Seneca

    BOSTON, MA, UNITED STATES

    10.21.2007

    Courtesy Photo

    U.S. Coast Guard District 1

    BOSTON - The 270-foot medium endurance Coast Guard Cutter Seneca sits moored at Coast Guard Integrated Support Command in Boston as the sun rises over the city May 16, 2008. The Seneca and its namesake cutter are both rich with maritime history. The original Revenue Cutter Seneca was the first cutter to engage in official ice patrol duties after the RMS Titanic sank in 1912. Shortly thereafter, Seneca was called on to protect convoys from submarine attacks between Gibraltar and Great Britain in World War I. Today, the Seneca, homeported in Boston, continues to carry out law enforcement, search and rescue, alien migration interdiction, and homeland security missions. (Coast Guard photo/PA3 Connie Terrell)

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    IMAGE INFO

    Date Taken: 10.21.2007
    Date Posted: 12.12.2013 12:36
    Photo ID: 1106724
    VIRIN: 080516-G-#####-501
    Resolution: 1671x1020
    Size: 455.64 KB
    Location: BOSTON, MA, US 

    Web Views: 220
    Downloads: 16

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