81st Vessel Departs James River Reserve Fleet

Friday, July 24, 2009

The Gage departed the James River Reserve Fleet in transit to Esco Marine, Inc., in Brownsville, Texas for recycling.  The approximate travel time to Texas is 14 days.

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