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"1966"
​​​U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Spar WLB - 403 out of Bristol RI.
USCG Items  ebay & Vintage items - buoys
                                                       No. 1 Pair of vintage Coast Guard lapel pins.​
                         No. 2 ​Vintage Original US Coast Guard 1852 Pattern Officer’s Dress Sword & Scabbard.
                            No. 3 ​Coast Guard 68 Year Old Mint Vintage US Postage Stamp Block from 1945.

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                 No. 1​                                                           No. 2                                                           No. 3

​I will, to the best of my ability, pursue each
mission with the commitment,compassion,
and courage inherent in the title of Surfman.
I will endeavor to reinforce the worldwide reputation
of our forefathers in the Lifeboat Community.
I willmaintain a guardian's eye on my crew at
all times, and keep a cool, yet deliberate, hand on the throttle.
I will give of myself, and my knowledge as those
who gave to me; so as theline of Coast Guard Surfman will live forever.
I willensure that my supervisors rest easy with the knowledge that I am at
the helm, no matter what the conditions,
I will never unnecessarily jeopardize myself, my boat, or my crew;
But will do so freely to rescue those in peril.
I will strive with dedication and determination to bring credit upon Coast
Guard Surfman, past and future.
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Buoy Identification -
​Aids To Marine Navigation

Aids to navigation found on federal waters commonly known as buoys or channel markers, are designed, built and maintained by the United States Coast Guard. While some Aids to Navigation are buoys,many others may be day markers, ranges, or many other types of marks that provide the boating public with a "sense of direction" while on the water. Generally speaking, green markers are kept to the RIGHT when leaving a harbor and red markers are kept to the RIGHT when returning to harbor, thus coining the phrase - Red-Right-Return.
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​ original Spar wlb 403 "1966"
​ Cruise, PDF format
"1966"
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