January 2004
Sea Power;Jan2004, Vol. 47 Issue 1, p119
Features various ships of the United States Coast Guard. Several ice-breaking vessels representing the entire U.S. major icebreaker fleet; Design of the 175-foot Keeper class buoy tenders named for famous lighthouse keepers; Primary missions of the tall ship Eagle, a former German training ship.


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