USCG Homeporting of National Security Cutters

Monday, July 23, 2007
The US Coast Guard issued a notice stating that its final environmental assessment relating to the planned homeporting of four National Security Cutters at Coast Guard Island, Alameda, California resulted in a finding of no significant impact. These new cutters will replace four older cutters. Source: HK Law

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