(WPC-113: dp. 327; 1. 165', b. 25'3", dr. 9'6", B. 16 k., cpl. 50; a. 1 3", 2 20mm.)
Pandora, built for the Coast Guard by Manitowoc Shipbuilding Corporation, Manitowoc, Wisc., was launched 30 June 1934. She commissioned as a large cruising cutter, was assigned permanent station at Miami, Fla., and commenced patrol and rescue operations out of Miami in the summer of 1934.
The cutter was headquartered at Miami until 1939, when she transferred to Key West, Fla. With the outbreak of hostilities, Executive Order 8929 of 1 November 1941 transferred the Coast Guard to the Navy. Pandora served as a naval coastal patrol and rescue craft out of Key West through the war years. She returned to the Treasury Department 1 January 1946 and continued patrol and rescue duties in Gulf coastal waters until 1959, when she decommissioned and was sold for scrap.
Understanding the Significance of Pandora's Box
A "Pandora's box" is a metaphor in our modern languages, and the proverbial phrase refers to a source of endless complications or trouble arising from a single, simple miscalculation. Pandora's story comes to us from ancient Greek mythology, specifically a set of epic poems by Hesiod, called the Theogony and Works and Days. Written during the 7th century BC, these poems relate how the gods came to create Pandora and how the gift Zeus gave her ultimately ends the Golden Age of humankind.
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How does this affect the artists I listen to?
By growing two vibrant platforms, the combined company will offer artists a larger reach and provide listeners with the best, most compelling content around.
Will Pandora be merged into SiriusXM?
SiriusXM and Pandora remain two distinct brands within the same family. We provide updates on our offerings through the same channels we always have.
What is the benefit of using the SiriusXM app if I already use Pandora?
The SiriusXM app is the perfect way to access SiriusXM on the go and at home. Enjoy 200+ amazing channels, featuring ad-free music plus news and talk entertainment. Explore 5,000+ hours of On Demand shows, performances, and interviews. Watch SiriusXM video featuring Howard Stern and other celebrity hosts. Receive personalized recommendations based on what you’re listening to.
Will SiriusXM add advertising to its channels?
A lot of ad-free content has been and will continue to be a key differentiator for SiriusXM.
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SiriusXM offers free trials to customers ahead of subscription purchases.
I was in my cabin on board the Coast Guard Cutter Calypso (WPC-104) at 0400 one morning in January 1942, studying plots of German submarine positions prior to sailing with a convoy out of New York. Our ship’s cook knocked on the door and entered with a bundle under his arm. Out of the bundle appeared two big brown eyes and a pink nose—a puppy.
“At the Owl Bar. He was hungry. Can he go with us?”
We sailed before dawn, 66 ships in the convoy and the convoy escorts. Coast Guard cutters Nike (WPC-112), Nemesis (WPC-111), Pandora (WPC- 113), Calypso, and the USS Plymouth (PG-57), escort commander.
Several days out at sea in the submarine attack zone, with about a State 6 sea running, a shout came up to me on the bridge—Man Overboard!
“All ahead full—left full rudder.”
General Aviation PJ-1
General Aviation FLB began in 1930 as Fokker model F. 15, designed according to the requirement of the u.s. coast guard twin-engine aircraft for rescue tasks on the open sea, and its author was proven by Alfred And. Gassner. The foundation became the previous Fokker seaplane, F.11-A, however, increased by about 15 % and with improved aerodynamics. Unlike F.11-And also it wasn't about amfibii. The hull was largely of anodized aluminum and alcladu, with the front part with the rigid structure divided in several watertight bulkheads and the rear of from the "step" the ship-borne dna to rewind on the contrary, a light shell. Wing then were still based on the fokkerovské classics and had a wooden skeleton covered with plywood. The skeleton of the tail surfaces and engine nacelles were made from welded steel tubes, the nacelles should be in front of the oil tank and in the rear part of the engines of the Wasp in a compression arrangement of the covered ring. Four fuel tanks were located in the wing. On the sides of the fuselage was placed the rotary faired landing gear, designed only for moving out of the water.
Coast guard to examine the several proposals from several manufacturers and eventually chose the F.15 (also AF.15 or GA.15). The first of the machines that were given the label just FLB (FLying Lifeboat, the flying lifeboat), was completed sometime at the end of the year 1931 and was adopted by the USCG in January 1932 as FLB-8. The remaining four specimens followed during the year of 1932. In the service got all the machines own name - FLB-51 (originally erroneously FLB-8) was Antares, FLB-52 Altair, FLB-53 Acrux, FLB-54 Acamar, and FLB-55 Arcturus. The three machines were placed into service at the base of the USCG in Cape May, New Jersey, the other two in Miami, Florida. In 1933, he was FLB-51 sent to the Naval air factory in Philadelphia, where he received new engines Pratt & Whitney R-1690 Hornet about 373 kW at the tight rings of the type NACA, this time facing forward. Although he was in this form FLB-51 faster about 24 km/h and raised and range, finally there was no more adapted.
In 1934 they were FLB renamed - General Aviation Corp. was meanwhile merged with the parent General Aviation Manufacturing Corp. and then with North American Aviation, and from the General Aviation FLB have become a General Aviation (or North American) PJ-1. Only FLB-51 was renamed to VM-2. In the service of these five strojůmělo very very impressive record of rescue events on the open sea, which would not otherwise be possible. Big claims and and deployment but have led to the fact that they were PJ-1 scrapped after less than ten years of operation. FLB-54 Acamar was eliminated in mid-1937, FLB-52 Altair at the beginning of 1940, FLB-53 Acrux on the end of the same year, and both of the remaining machines, FLB-51 Antares and FLB-55 Arcturus at the end of the year 1941.
Pandora WPC-113 - History
MODE identifies precipitation objects in both the forecast and observed fields at a number of different thresholds. It then uses a variety of object characteristics (ex: distance between objects, size of objects, angle of orientation, etc.) to determine the degree of similarity between objects in the forecast and observed fields. Objects that are found to be similar to one another are considered “matched”, while those that are not similar are considered “unmatched”. Unmatched objects in the forecast field are equivalent to a false alarm. Unmatched objects in the observed field are equivalent to a miss. Examples of the graphical verification output produced by MODE are below. Matched objects are indicated in the same color in both the forecast and the observed fields. In this case, the red, green, and light blue objects are matched with one another. Unmatched objects are always displayed in dark blue.
In addition to the graphical output, MODE also provides statistical information for each matched object. This information includes a parameter called the interest value, which is an overall measure of similarity between objects in the forecast and observed fields. The interest value ranges from 0 to 1, with a value of 0.70 required for objects to be considered matched. In addition to the interest value, MODE also provides information about the displacement distance, which is defined as the distance between the center of a forecast object and the center of the corresponding observed object.
Davis, C., B. Brown, and R. Bullock, 2006: Object-based verification of precipitation forecasts. Part I: Methodology and application to mesoscale rain areas. Mon. Wea. Rev., 134, 1772-1784.
Davis, C., B. Brown, and R. Bullock, 2006: Object-based verification of precipitation forecasts. Part II: Application to convective rain systems. Mon. Wea. Rev., 134, 1785-1795.
Model Evaluation Tools (MET) was developed at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) through grants from the United States Air Force Weather Agency (AFWA) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). NCAR is sponsored by the United States National Science Foundation.
History of Rome & Revolutions
Mike Duncan’s comprehensive podcasts are built for history lovers. His best-known show studied the history of Rome from Aeneas’ founding to the empire’s fall, which, for those unfamiliar with Roman history, involves murder, betrayal, civil war and a handful of completely crazed and depraved emperors. Duncan has since gone on to record a “Revolutions” series that examines, well, revolutions (French, American, Russian, etc.). It’s a smart choice of topic: Conflict makes for good drama. But what helps Duncan’s shows stand apart is the way he casually inflects his accounts with anecdotes and humor. His voice makes for easy listening, and you’ll find yourself devouring episode after episode.
It wouldn’t be a podcast list without at least a nod to the medium’s favorite genre: true crime. “Lore” host Aaron Mahnke explores real-life scary stories, fables and mysteries from the past with a conspiratorial tone that evokes the feeling of sitting around a campfire. In theory, the truth should assuage our fears, but it turns out that real stories are often scarier than fiction. Early episodes &mdash about a town ravaged by what the townspeople believed to be a violent beast, the origins of an early asylum and a particularly creepy doll &mdash prove especially haunting. (The podcast has since gotten a television adaptation on Amazon.)
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Pandora A/S (PNDORA.CO)
On 4 May 2021, Pandora announced a share buy-back programme, cf. Company announcement no. 622. The share buyback programme is executed in accordance with Regulation (EU) No 596/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 April 2014 on market abuse (market abuse regulation). The purpose of the programme is to reduce Pandora’s share capital and to meet obligations arising from company incentive programmes. Under the programme Pandora will buy back shares for an amount up to DKK 500 mi
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Trading in Pandora A/S shares by board members, executives and associated persons
On Friday 28 May 2021, Pandora A/S was notified of transactions in the Pandora A/S share by a person discharging managerial responsibilities and/or closely associated persons. Alexander Lacik, Chief Executive Officer of Pandora A/S, has reported the purchase of 450 shares at a total price of DKK 363,780.00, and now holds a total of 162,347 shares in the company. About PandoraPandora designs, manufactures and markets hand-finished jewellery made from high-quality materials at affordable prices. Pandora jewellery is sold in more than 100 countries through 7,000 points of sale, including around 2,700 concept stores. Headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark, Pandora employs 26,000 people worldwide and crafts its jewellery at two LEED certified facilities in Thailand using mainly recycled silver and gold. The company plans to be carbon neutral by 2025 and has joined the Science Based Targets initiative to reduce emissions across its full value chain. Pandora is listed on the Nasdaq Copenhagen stock exchange and generated sales of DKK 19.0 billion (EUR 2.5 billion) in 2020. ContactFor more information, please contact: Investor Relations John Bäckman VP, Investor Relations, Tax & Treasury +45 5356 [email protected] Kristoffer Aas Malmgren Investor Relations Director +45 3050 1174 [email protected] CommunicationsJohan MelchiorDirector External Relations+45 4060 [email protected] Attachment Pandora_Company Announcement_No 628
Pandora Trading Update for April 2021
Pandora today releases a trading update for April 2021 as announced in the Q1 2021 Interim Financial Report. The trading update is, as the previous trading updates this year, released as a press release, and not a company announcement, per instructions from NASDAQ Copenhagen. Pandora has previously communicated that the company would, when relevant, release extraordinary trading updates due to the elevated uncertainty related to COVID-19. Pandora intents to cease issuing monthly trading updates when the percentage of temporarily closed stores reaches 15% or below. On average, around 25% of physical stores were temporarily closed due to COVID-19 in the month of April with around 20% of stores remaining closed today. Revenue in April 2021 was DKK 1,764 million, corresponding to 216% revenue growth in local currency vs April 2020. Key revenue metrics1 April 2021vs 2020vs 2019Organic growth, %214%32%Sell-out growth incl. temporarily closed stores, %123%7%Year-to-date 2021vs 2020vs 2019Organic growth, %37%5%Sell-out growth incl. temporarily closed stores, %36%-2% 1 For definitions of metrics please refer to the Q1 2021 Aide Memoire. The strong sell-out performance in April was driven by US where performance in April is even stronger than in Q1 2021. As stated in the Q1 2021 Interim Financial Report, Organic growth for April 2021 is supported by timing of shipments between March and April 2021. Pandora maintains its updated financial guidance for 2021: Organic growth “Above 12%” and EBIT margin “Above 22%”. ABOUT PANDORAPandora designs, manufactures and markets hand-finished and contemporary jewellery made from high-quality materials at affordable prices. Pandora jewellery is sold in more than 100 countries on six continents through more than 6,700 points of sale, including more than 2,600 concept stores. Founded in 1982 and headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark, Pandora employs around 26,000 people worldwide of whom more than 11,400 are located in Thailand, where the Company manufactures its jewellery. Pandora is publicly listed on the Nasdaq Copenhagen stock exchange in Denmark. In 2020, Pandora’s total revenue was DKK 19.0 billion. CONTACTS INVESTOR RELATIONS John Bäckman VP, Investor Relations, Tax & Treasury +45 5356 [email protected] Aas Malmgren Investor Relations Director +45 3050 1174 [email protected] COMMUNICATIONSJohan MelchiorDirector External Relations+45 4060 [email protected] Attachment Investor news_April trading update
Carbon copy? Pandora takes a shine to lab-made diamonds
Pandora, the jewellery maker best know for its silver charm bracelets, will stop selling mined diamonds and focus on more affordable, sustainable, lab-grown gems, it said on Tuesday. "Diamonds are not only forever, but for everyone," Pandora Chief Executive Alexander Lacik said as the Danish company launched a new collection of man-made stones. Pandora, which made 85 million pieces of jewellery last year and sold 50,000 diamonds, said it aimed to "transform the market for diamond jewellery with affordable, sustainably created products".
Pandora Launches DKK 500 Million Share Buyback Programme
The Board of Directors of Pandora has decided to launch a share buyback programme, under which Pandora will buy back own shares of a maximum consideration of DKK 500 million in the period from 5 May 2021 to 13 August 2021 at the latest, both days inclusive. The purpose of the programme is to reduce the Company´s share capital and to meet obligations arising from company incentive programmes. The share buyback programme is implemented in accordance with the safe harbour rules in Regulation (EU) No 596/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 April 2014 (market abuse regulation). Pandora has appointed Danske Bank as lead manager of the programme. The programme will be implemented under the following framework: The maximum total consideration for Pandora shares bought back in the period of the programme is DKK 500 millionUnder the current authorisation to acquire treasury shares, and thus applicable to the programme, Pandora can acquire up to 10% of the existing nominal share capitalThe maximum number of shares to be bought per daily market session will be the equivalent to 25% of the average daily volume of shares in the Company traded on Nasdaq Copenhagen during the preceding 20 business daysThe purchase price paid in connection with acquisition of treasury shares must not diverge from the price quoted on Nasdaq Copenhagen at the time of acquisition by more than 10%. Pandora may terminate the programme at any time. On a weekly basis Pandora will issue an announcement in respect of transactions made under the programme. ABOUT PANDORA Pandora designs, manufactures and markets hand-finished jewellery made from high-quality materials at affordable prices. Pandora jewellery is sold in more than 100 countries through more than 6,700 points of sale, including more than 2,600 concept stores. Headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark, Pandora employs 26,000 people worldwide and crafts its jewellery at two LEED certified facilities in Thailand using mainly recycled silver and gold. The company plans to be carbon neutral by 2025 and has joined the Science Based Targets initiative to reduce emissions across its full value chain. Pandora is listed on the Nasdaq Copenhagen stock exchange and generated sales of DKK 19.0 billion (EUR 2.5 billion) in 2020. CONTACTFor more information, please contact: INVESTOR RELATIONS John Bäckman VP, Investor Relations, Tax & Treasury +45 5356 [email protected] Kristoffer Aas Malmgren Investor Relations Director +45 3050 1174 [email protected] COMMUNICATIONSJohan MelchiorDirector External Relations+45 4060 [email protected] Attachment Pandora_Company Announcement_No 622
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Pandora embarks on new growth strategy - Strong Q1. Guidance for 2021 upgraded
Highlights Pandora had a strong start to 2021. Despite 30% of the stores being closed in Q1 due to COVID-19, organic growth was -3% vs Q1 2019 where there was no COVID-19 impact (+13% vs Q1 2020)Online growth was 136% in Q1 2021 vs last year and more than 200% vs 2019Stimulus packages in US fuelled consumer demandChina performance continues to be weak, albeit in line with expectations, and remains a strategic priorityEBIT margin increased from 15.3% in Q1 2020 to 20.1% in Q1 2021, driven by operating leverageBased on the strong performance in Q1 2021, the financial guidance for 2021 is raisedAfter two years of turnaround, Programme NOW has been completed. The key objectives of stabilising the topline, increase brand relevance and brand access and reduce cost have been achievedThe headlines of a new strategy is launched today. The strategy focuses on delivering sustainable and profitable revenue growth building on the vast untapped opportunities within our existing core businessLow financial leverage and strong liquidity position. Pandora resumes cash distribution to the shareholders. DKK 1 billion to be distributed in Q2 2021 To provide a cleaner view on the performance, Pandora is providing supplementary growth KPI’s vs 2019, where there was no COVID-19 impact. Sell-out growth vs Q1 2019 was -5% in spite of 30% of the stores being temporarily closed during Q1 2021. Revenue was driven by continued strong growth in the US as well as sustained online performance. US delivered 52% sell-out growth vs. Q1 2019, with stimulus packages fuelling strong consumer demand. Based on the strong start to 2021, the financial guidance for 2021 is upgraded to organic growth “above 12%” (previously “above 8%”) and EBIT margin “above 22%” (previously “above 21%”). Alexander Lacik, President and CEO of Pandora, says:“We have had a good start to 2021, not least considering that many of our stores have been closed. Performance in the US and online continues to be strong, and we keep investing in building brand desirability, digital capabilities and operational excellence. COVID-19 obviously remains a challenge and our priority is the safety and wellbeing of our employees and consumers. During the last two years, Programme NOW has significantly improved Pandora’s foundation and I am pleased to say the turnaround is now behind us. Today, we can turn the page on the next chapter for Pandora and announce our new strategy, moving us from turnaround to sustainable growth.” Financial overview (excl. Programme NOW restructuring costs in 2020) Q1 2021Q1 2020FY 2020Organic growth, % 13%-14%-11%Sell-out growth incl. temporarily closed stores, % 21%-17%-12%Sell-out growth incl. temporarily closed stores, % vs 2019 -5%n/an/aRevenue, DKK million 4,5004,17219,009Gross margin, % 76.3%77.4%76.5%EBIT margin, % 20.1%15.3%20.4% CONFERENCE CALLAn extended conference call for investors and financial analysts will be held today at 11.00 CET and can be joined online at www.pandoragroup.com. The presentation for the call will be available on the website one hour before the call. The following numbers can be used by investors and analysts: DK: +45 35 44 55 77UK (International): +44 33 33 000 804US: +1 631 913 1422 Please use PIN: 526 45 052# Link to webcast: https://streams.eventcdn.net/pandora/2021q1/ ABOUT PANDORAPandora designs, manufactures and markets hand-finished and contemporary jewellery made from high-quality materials at affordable prices. Pandora jewellery is sold in more than 100 countries on six continents through more than 6,700 points of sale, including more than 2,600 concept stores. Founded in 1982 and headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark, Pandora employs around 26,000 people worldwide of whom more than 11,400 are located in Thailand, where the Company manufactures its jewellery. Pandora is publicly listed on the Nasdaq Copenhagen stock exchange in Denmark. In 2020, Pandora’s total revenue was DKK 19.0 billion. For more information, please contact: INVESTOR RELATIONS John BäckmanVP, Investor Relations, Tax & Treasury+45 5356 [email protected] COMMUNICATIONS Mads Twomey-MadsenVP, Corporate Communications & Sustainability+45 2510 [email protected] Kristoffer MalmgrenDirector, Investor Relations +45 3050 [email protected] Johan MelchiorDirector, External Relations+45 4060 [email protected] Attachments Pandora Q1 2021 Interim Report_Company Announcement_No_621 Pandora Appendix_Company Announcement_No_621
Pandora Upgrades Financial Guidance for 2021
Based on a strong start to 2021 and the updated forecast for the rest of the year, Pandora upgrades its financial guidance for 2021. Organic growth is increased to “Above 12%”, from “Above 8%”, and EBIT margin is increased to “Above 22%”, from “Above 21%”. The updated guidance is based on the assumption that 20-25% of the stores will be temporarily closed due to COVID-19 during the first half of 2021 and 5-10% in the second half. Previously, the expectation was 25% temporary stores closures in the first half of 2021. This is expected to impact organic growth negatively by around -6% for the full year. Today, around 20% of Pandora’s stores are temporarily closed due to COVID-19 restrictions. CAPEX for the year is still expected to be in the range between DKK 1.0-1.2 billion and no major changes to the overall concept store network are expected. The effective tax rate is expected to be 22-23%, in line with 2020. Pandora is currently in silent period and will, as planned, announce the detailed financial results in the Q1 2021 Interim Report on 4 May 2021. Additionally, Pandora will provide an initial and high-level overview of the new strategy and host an extended conference call. ABOUT PANDORAPandora designs, manufactures and markets hand-finished jewellery made from high-quality materials at affordable prices. Pandora jewellery is sold in more than 100 countries through almost 7,000 points of sale, including around 2,700 concept stores. Headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark, Pandora employs 26,000 people worldwide and crafts its jewellery at two LEED certified facilities in Thailand using mainly recycled silver and gold. The company plans to be carbon neutral by 2025 and has joined the Science Based Targets initiative to reduce emissions across its full value chain. Pandora is listed on the Nasdaq Copenhagen stock exchange and generated sales of DKK 19.0 billion (EUR 2.5 billion) in 2020. CONTACT INVESTOR RELATIONS John Bäckman VP, Investor Relations, Tax & Treasury +45 5356 [email protected] Kristoffer Aas Malmgren Investor Relations Director +45 3050 1174 [email protected] COMMUNICATIONSJohan MelchiorDirector External Relations+45 4060 [email protected] Attachment Pandora_Company Announcement_No 620
The Power of Love: Pandora Jewelry North America Study Explores the Empowering Forces of Motherhood
As part of Pandora's journey to explore what love means in today's world, ahead of Mother's Day the jewelry brand is sharing stories and insights about motherhood and how motherly love empowers women today.
List of United States Coast Guard cutters
The List of United States Coast Guard cutters is a listing of all cutters to have been commissioned by the United States Coast Guard during the history of that service. It is sorted by length down to 65', the minimum length of a USCG cutter.
420' Icebreaker (WAGB)
378' High Endurance Cutter (WHEC)
327' Treasury Class Cutter (WPG)
311' Casco Class Cutter (WAVP)
* (WHEC-370) Casco
* (WHEC-371) Matagora
* (WHEC-372) Humbolt
* (WHEC-373) Mackinac
* (WHEC-374) Absecon
* (WHEC-375) Chincoteague
* (WHEC-376) Coos Bay
* (WHEC-377) Rockaway
* (WHEC-378) Half Moon
* (WHEC-379) Unimak
* (WHEC-380) Yakutat
* (WHEC-381) Barataria
* (WHEC-382) Bering Strait
* USCGC Castle Rock (WHEC-383)|(WHEC-383) Castle Rock
* (WHEC-384) Cook Inlet
* (WHEC-385) Dexter
* (WHEC-386) McCullough
* (WHEC-387) Gresham
306' Edsall Class (WDE)
295' Training Barque Eagle (WIX)
290' Medium Great Lakes Icebreaker (WAGB)
282' Medium Endurance Cutter (WMEC)
270' Medium Endurance Cutter (WMEC)
269' Wind Class Icebreaker (WAGB)
255' Owasco Class Cutter (WPG/WHEC)
250' Lakes Class Cutter
* USCGC Cayuga (1932) Later- HMS Totland (Y-88) USCGC Mocoma (WPG-163)
* USCGC Shoshone (1931) Later- HMS Languard (Y-56)
* USCGC Saranac (1930) Later- HMS Banff (Y-43) Later- USCGC Sebec (WPG-164) Later- USCGC Tampa (WPG-164)
* USCGC Sebago (1930) Later- HMS Walney (Y-04)
* USCGC Itasca (1929) Later- HMS Gorleston (Y-92) Later- USCGC Itasca (WPG-321)
* USCGC Mendota (1929) Later- HMS Culver (Y-87)
* USCGC Champlain (1929) Later- HMS Sennen (Y-21) Later- USCGC Champlain (WPG-319)
* USCGC Tahoe (1928) Later- HMS Fishguard (Y-59)
* USCGC Pontchartrain (1928) later -HMS Hartland (Y-00)
* USCGC Chelan (1928) Later- HMS Lulworth (Y-60)
240' Tampa Class Cutter
240' Seagoing Buoy Tender Breaker (WLBB)
180'-282' Medium Endurance Cutter (WMEC)
225' Juniper Class USCG Seagoing Buoy Tenders (WLB)
213' Medium Endurance Cutter (WMEC)
213' Diver Class Cutter (WAT)
*(WMEC-168) "Yocona" (ex-Seize)
210' Medium Endurance Cutter (WMEC)
205' Navaho Class Auxiliary Tug (WAT)
189' - Class USCG Seagoing Buoy Tenders
USCG Seagoing Buoy Tender s
180' - Class USCG Seagoing Buoy Tenders
USCG Seagoing Buoy Tender s
Class A (Cactus)
Class B (Mesquite)
Class C (Iris)
180' Oceanographic Vessel (WAGO)
179' Patrol Coastal (WPC)
143' Auxiliary Tug (WATA)
133' Coastal Buoy Tender (WAGL/WLM)
* (WAGL-540/WLM-540) "White Sumac"
* (WAGL-541/WLM-541) "White Alder"
* (WAGL-542/WLM-542) "White Bush"
* (WAGL-543/WLM-543) "White Holly"
* (WAGL-544/WLM-544) "White Sage"
* (WAGL-545/WLM-545) "White Heath"
* (WAGL-546/WLM-546) "White Lupine"
* (WAGL-547/WLM-547) "White Pine"
175' Coastal Buoy Tender (WLM)
* (WLM-551) "Ida Lewis"
* (WLM-552) "Katherine Walker"
* (WLM-553) "Abbie Burgess"
* (WLM-554) "Marcus Hanna"
* (WLM-555) "James Rankin"
* (WLM-556) "Joshua Applebey"
* (WLM-557) "Frank Drew"
* (WLM-558) "Anthony Petit"
* (WLM-559) "Barbara Mabrity"
* (WLM-560) "William Tate"
* (WLM-561) "Harry Claiborne"
* (WLM-562) "Maria Brey"
* (WLM-563) "Henry Blake"
* (WLM-564) "George Cobb"
165' Algonquin Class Patrol Boat (WPG)
165' Thetis Class Patrol Boat (WPC)
Also known as 165-Foot (B) Patrol Craft
* (WPC-100) Argo
* (WPC-101) Ariadne
* (WPC-102) Atalanta
* (WPC-103) Aurora
* (WPC-104) Calypso
* (WPC-105) Cyane
* (WPC-106) Daphne
* (WPC-107) Dione
* (WPC-108) Galatea
* (WPC-109) Hermes
* (WPC-110) Icarus
* (WPC-111) Nemesis
* (WPC-112) Nike
* (WPC-113) Pandora
* (WPC-114) Perseus
* (WPC-115) Thetis
* (WPC-116) Triton
160' Inland Construction Tender (WLIC)
* (WLIC-800) "Pamlico"
* (WLIC-801) "Hudson"
* (WLIC-802) "Kennebec"
* (WLIC-803) "Saginaw"
157' Coastal Buoy Tender (WLM)
* (WLM-685) "Red Wood"
* (WLM-686) "Red Beech"
* (WLM-685) "Red Birch"
* (WLM-688) "Red Cedar"
* (WLM-689) "Red Oak"
140' Icebreaking Tug (WTGB)
* (WTGB-101) "Katmai Bay"
* (WTGB-102) "Bristol Bay"
* (WTGB-103) "Mobile Bay"
* (WTGB-104) "Biscayne Bay"
* (WTGB-105) "Neah Bay"
* (WTGB-106) "Morro Bay"
* (WTGB-107) "Penobscot Bay"
* (WTGB-108) "Thunder Bay"
* (WTGB-109) "Sturgeon Bay"
125' Active Class Patrol Boat (WSC)
123' Patrol Boat (WPB)
113' Sycamore Class (WAGL)
110' Surface Effect Ship (WSES)
* (WSES-1) "Dorado"
* (WSES-2) "Seahawk"
* (WSES-3) "Shearwater"
* (WSES-4) "Petrel"
110' Patrol Boat (WPB)
110' Calumet Class Harbor Tug (WYTM)
110' Apalachee Class Harbor Tug (WYT)
100' Inland Buoy Tender (WLI)
* (WLI-313) Bluebell
* (WLI-642) Buckthorn
100' Inland Construction Tender (WLIC)
95' Cape class patrol boat
95' Cape class patrol boat
87' Marine Protector Class Coastal Patrol Boats
82' Patrol Boat (WPB)
80' Inland Buoy Tender (WLI)
75' River Buoy Tender (WLR)
* (WLR-75307) "Wedge"
* (WLR-75401) "Gasconade"
* (WLR-75402) "Muskingum"
* (WLR-75403) "Wyaconda"
* (WLR-75404) "Chippewa"
* (WLR-75405) "Cheyenne"
* (WLR-75406) "Kickapoo"
* (WLR-75407) "Kanawha"
* (WLR-75408) "Patoka"
* (WLR-75409) "Chena"
* (WLR-75500) "Kankakee"
* (WLR-75501) "Greenbrier"
75' Inland Construction Tender (WLIC)
* (WLIC-75307) "Wedge"
65' River Buoy Tender (WLR)
* (WLR-65501) "Ouachita"
* (WLR-65502) "Cimarron"
* (WLR-65503) "Obion"
* (WLR-65504) "Scioto"
* (WLR-65505) "Osage"
* (WLR-65506) "Sangamon"
65' Inland Buoy Tender (WLI)
* (WLI-65400) "Bayberry"
* (WLI-65401) "Elderberry"
* (WLI-65402) "Blueberry"
* (WLI-65303) "Blackberry"
* (WLI-65304) "Chokeberry"
* (WLI-65305) "Loganberry"
65' Small Harbor Tug (WYTL)
* (WYTL-65601) "Capstan"
* (WYTL-65602) "Chock"
* (WYTL-65603) "Swivel"
* (WYTL-65604) "Tackle"
* (WYTL-65605) "Towline"
* (WYTL-65606) "Catenary"
* (WYTL-65607) "Bridle"
* (WYTL-65608) "Pendant"
* (WYTL-65609) "Shackle"
* (WYTL-65610) "Hawser"
* (WYTL-65611) "Line"
* (WYTL-65612) "Wire"
* (WYTL-65613) "Bitt"
* (WYTL-65614) "Bollard"
* (WYTL-65615) "Cleat"
* Equipment of the United States Coast Guard
* United States Coast Guard Cutter
* [http://www.uscg.mil/history/webcutters/cutterlist.asp USCG Cutter list]
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