DUTCH HARBOR, Alaska - The Coast Guard Cutter Mustang crew, homeported in Seward, departs Dutch Harbor to patrol the Gulf of Alaska July 8, 2012, while the Coast Guard Cutter Active crew, homeported in Port Angeles, Wash., takes a break after returning from patrolling the maritime boundary line in the Bering Sea between the United Sates and Russia. Coast Guard cutters from across the West Coast of the United States are often assigned patrols in the Gulf of Alaska and the Bering Sea to help ensure the safety of all mariners and fishermen who work on Alaska's remote waters. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 1st Class David Mosley
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