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    UNITED STATES

    04.09.2017

    Video by Lt. Brian Dykens 

    U.S. Coast Guard District 17

    The crew of the Cutter John McCormick (WPC 1121) prepares to commission the Coast Guard's first Fast Response Cutter on the West Coast.

    The cutter is named after Boatswain John F. McCormick. McCormick received a Gold Lifesaving Medal for a heroic rescue on the Columbia River Bar in 1938. McCormick was officer-in-charge of the wooden 52-foot motor lifeboat Triumph out of Station Point Adams at the mouth of the Columbia River. On March 26, 1938, McCormick and his crew managed to save Surfman Robert O. Bracken, who was swept overboard by a wave.

    This multimedia piece honors the legacy of John McCormick. U.S. Coast Guard video by Lt. Brian Dykens.

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    VIDEO INFO

    Date Taken: 04.09.2017
    Date Posted: 04.10.2017 04:13
    Category: Package
    Video ID: 518420
    VIRIN: 170409-G-XQ144-001
    Filename: DOD_104261600
    Length: 00:02:40
    Location: US

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