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230807-G-G0000-123.JPG Photo By: LCDR C. T. O'Neil, USCG Historian's Office, DVIDS

USCG Station Key West - KEY WEST, Fla (Nov. 10, 2006) -- Coast Guard Cutters Manitou, Attu and Sawfish enjoy a restful moment just before sunset while moored at their homeport of Key West. The Manitou and Attu are 123-foot patrol boats and the Sawfish is an 87-foot patrol boat. The cutters are routinely deployed for maritime law-enforcement, undocumented migrant interdiction operations, search and rescue, living marine resources enforcement and homeland security missions. USCG Photo by Lt. Cmdr. C. T. O'Neil


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