Crewmembers of Coast Guard Cutter Munro, a 378-foot High Endurance Cutter
homeported in Kodiak, Alaska, execute propulsion commands given by the
cutter's acting conning officer as the cutter transits through Hiram M.
Chittenden Locks in Seattle. The cutter entered Lake Union for a scheduled
dry dock maintenance, which is the last scheduled dry dock for any 378-foot
cutter in the Coast Guard fleet before the ships are decommissioned. U.S.
Coast Guard photo by Seaman Sarah Wilson.
161026-G-WO999-005.JPG Photo By: Seaman Sarah Wilson

Oct 26, 2016
on file - Crewmembers of Coast Guard Cutter Munro, a 378-foot High Endurance Cutter homeported in Kodiak, Alaska, execute propulsion commands given by the cutter's acting conning officer as the cutter transits through Hiram M. Chittenden Locks in Seattle. The cutter entered Lake Union for a scheduled dry dock maintenance, which is the last scheduled dry dock for any 378-foot cutter in the Coast Guard fleet before the ships are decommissioned. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Seaman Sarah Wilson.


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