Coast Guard Cutter

Coast Guard Cutter

POTOMAC RIVER, MD – JUNE 2: (FEATURE ON COAST GUARD ACADEMY CUTTER, 2 of 16): Mary Kate Heron (L) relaxes as she watches the sun set from the bow sprit aboard the Coast Guard Cutter Eagle as it sails south on the Potomac River, June 2, 2002 towards the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay at the start of an eight day journey to the Bahamas. The Eagle, mostly manned by cadets from the Coast Guard Academy, is a training vessel used to teach cadets seamanship and other skills required for life as an officer in the Coast Guard. (Photo by Glenn Beil/Getty Images)


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