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170531-G-XX000-323.JPG Photo By: US Coast Guard

na - Androscoggin, WPG/WHEC-68, 1950 Original caption states: "The U.S. Coast Guard Cutter ANDROSCOGGIN (WPG-68), one of the 255-foot class cutters, was commissioned October 4, 1945. Shown here leaving port bound for Argentia, Newfoundland, the ANDROSCOGGIN has served primarily as an Ocean Weather Stations vessel in the North Atlantic. In May 1950, she will replace the CGC MOCOMA in the 7th Coast Guard District, with Miami, Florida, as her permanent station."; circa1950; no photo number; photographer unknown.


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