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170531-G-XX000-324.JPG Photo By: US Coast Guard

na - Androscoggin, WPG/WHEC-68, 1958 Original caption states: "The 255-foot U.S. Coast Guard Cutter ANDROSCOGGIN, stationed at Miami, Fla., as a training and search and rescue ship, is now carrying specially trained U.S. Weather Bureau observers to gather upper-air weather information during her patrols in the Gulf of Mexico. The ANDROSCOGGIN makes a number of training cruises a year and performs search and rescue work in the South Atlantic and Gulf. In connection with law enforcement, she patrols the Campechi Banks, and are of fishing grounds off the town of Campechi in the Gulf used by hundreds of fishing vessels of the United States and Mexico."; 13 August 1958; Photo No. 5821; photographer unknown.


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