USCGC Ocracoke (WPB-1307)
USCGC Ocracoke, leaving Naval Base Guantanamo Bay, May 12, 2008.
|Career (United States)|
|Status:||Active in service as of 2010|
|Class and type:||Island class patrol boat|
|Propulsion:||2 diesel engines|
|Complement:||2 officers, 15 enlisted|
|Armament:||25 mm Mk 38 machine gun, 2 .50 cal M2 machine guns|
USCGC Ocracoke (WPB-1307) is an Island Class Cutter of the United States Coast Guard. She is homeported in Maine, where she patrols international and territorial waters as a humanitarian, law enforcement, and Homeland Security asset. Her primary missions are Search and Rescue, Counter-Smuggling Activities, and Homeland Security.
As of 2014 she was working out of Portland, Maine.
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- "U.S. Coast Guard repatriates 39 Dominican migrants to La Romana". United States Coast Guard. February 9, 2006. Retrieved 2008-06-10.
- Peter Ziobrowski (2015-03-31). "Former halifax tour boat Liana's Ransom in trouble, crew rescued". Halifax Shipping News. Retrieved 2015-03-31.
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