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USRC Patrol (1905)
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! USRC Patrol, later USCGC Patrol, was a harbor launch in service in the United States Revenue Cutter Service from 1905 to 1915 and in the United States Coast Guard in 1915. She was the first vessel of the Revenue Cutter Service and Coast Guard to bear the name. She was built at Jersey City, Illinois, and was launched in 1899. The Revenue Cutter Service acquired her on 2 June 1905 and employed her on anchorage duty at Chicago, Illinois, although she operated as far south at Hannibal, Missouri. When the Revenue Cutter Service and United States Lifesaving Service merged in 1915 to form the Coast Guard, Patrol became a part of the new service as USCGC Patrol.

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USRC Patrol (1905)
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! USRC Patrol, later USCGC Patrol, was a harbor launch in service in the United States Revenue Cutter Service from 1905 to 1915 and in the United States Coast Guard in 1915. She was the first vessel of the Revenue Cutter Service and Coast Guard to bear the name. She was built at Jersey City, Illinois, and was launched in 1899. The Revenue Cutter Service acquired her on 2 June 1905 and employed her on anchorage duty at Chicago, Illinois, although she operated as far south at Hannibal, Missouri. When the Revenue Cutter Service and United States Lifesaving Service merged in 1915 to form the Coast Guard, Patrol became a part of the new service as USCGC Patrol.

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USS Absegami (SP-371)
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! USS Absegami (SP-371) was a motorboat acquired on a free lease by the United States Navy during World War I. She was outfitted as an armed patrol craft and assigned to patrol the Delaware River from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to Cape May, New Jersey on the Delaware Bay. When the Navy found her excess to needs, she was returned to her former owner. Absegami (SP-371) was a motor boat built in 1916 at New York City by the New York Yacht, Launch & Engine Co., acquired by the Navy on free lease from her owner, Allen K. White, Atlantic City, New Jersey, on 2 May 1917, and commissioned at the Philadelphia Navy Yard on 30 April 1917, Ensign W. G. Morse in command.

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USCG Short Range Prosecutor
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The United States Coast Guard (USCG) Short Range Prosecutor is a 7 meter, high speed launch designed to be launched from cutters, at speed, from a rear launching ramp. The Short Range Prosecutor is a rigid-hull inflatable, powered by water-jets, for intercepting and boarding suspect vessels. It mounts a radar, special shock-proof seats, and can travel at 30 knots. The refitted Island class Patrol cutters, part of the Deepwater program, were each to carry one Short Range Prosecutor. The Marine Protector cutters each carry one Short Range Prosecutor. The new Sentinel class cutters will carry one Short Range Prosecutor. The proposed National Security Cutters and the proposed Offshore Patrol Cutters will have two rear launching ramps, and will carry two launches, either two Short Range Prosecutors, or two of the larger USCG Long Range Interceptors, or one of each.

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USC&GS Elsie III (1912)
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! USC&GS Elsie III was a launch that served in the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey from 1919 to 1944. Elsie III was built as a civilian motorboat of the same name in 1912 at Morris Heights in the Bronx, New York. From 1917 to 1919, she served in the United States Navy as patrol vessel USS Elsie III (SP-708). Elsie III was transferred to the Coast and Geodetic Survey on 21 April 1919. She served along the United States East Coast during her career with the Survey. Between 4 September and 12 September 1935, Elsie III joined the Coast and Geodetic Survey launch USC&GS Marindin in helping with relief efforts in the Florida Keys following the passage of the violent 1935 Labor Day hurricane. Elsie III was retired from Coast and Geodetic Survey service in 1944.

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USS Absegami (SP-371)
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! USS Absegami (SP-371) was a motorboat acquired on a free lease by the United States Navy during World War I. She was outfitted as an armed patrol craft and assigned to patrol the Delaware River from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to Cape May, New Jersey on the Delaware Bay. When the Navy found her excess to needs, she was returned to her former owner. Absegami (SP-371) was a motor boat built in 1916 at New York City by the New York Yacht, Launch & Engine Co., acquired by the Navy on free lease from her owner, Allen K. White, Atlantic City, New Jersey, on 2 May 1917, and commissioned at the Philadelphia Navy Yard on 30 April 1917, Ensign W. G. Morse in command.

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USCG Long Range Interceptor
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The United States Coast Guard Long Range Interceptor is an 11 meter (approximately 36 feet) high speed launch vessel designed to be deployed from cutters via a rear launching ramp. The Long Range Interceptor is a rigid hull inflatable, powered by water-jets, for intercepting and boarding suspect vessels. It mounts a radar, special shock-proof seats, and can travel at 35 knots. They can be armed with machine guns or grenade launchers. The National Security Cutters and the proposed Offshore Patrol Cutters will have two rear launching ramps, and will carry two launches, either two of the smaller Short Range Prosecutors, or two USCG Long Range Interceptors, or one of each.

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USC&GS Mikawe
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! USC&GS Mikawe was a United States Coast and Geodetic Survey launch in commission from 1920 to 1939. Mikawe was built as a civilian wooden-hulled motorboat of the same name in 1916 by Defoe Boat and Motor Works at Bay City, Michigan. From 1917 to 1919, she served in the United States Navy as the patrol vessel USS Mikawe (SP-309). On 24 April 1919, Mikawe was transferred to the Coast and Geodetic Survey. Placed in service in 1920, she served along the United States East Coast during her Survey career. In the late 1920s, she served as a training ship for Coast and Geodetic Survey deck officers. Mikawe was destroyed by fire on 27 October 1939.

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USCG Short Range Prosecutor
39,00 € *
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The United States Coast Guard (USCG) Short Range Prosecutor is a 7 meter, high speed launch designed to be launched from cutters, at speed, from a rear launching ramp. The Short Range Prosecutor is a rigid-hull inflatable, powered by water-jets, for intercepting and boarding suspect vessels. It mounts a radar, special shock-proof seats, and can travel at 30 knots. The refitted Island class Patrol cutters, part of the Deepwater program, were each to carry one Short Range Prosecutor. The Marine Protector cutters each carry one Short Range Prosecutor. The new Sentinel class cutters will carry one Short Range Prosecutor. The proposed National Security Cutters and the proposed Offshore Patrol Cutters will have two rear launching ramps, and will carry two launches, either two Short Range Prosecutors, or two of the larger USCG Long Range Interceptors, or one of each.

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Stand: 25.01.2020
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