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The vessel below is American Legion, DOT’s emergency response boat.  I can’t recall having seen it before, but according to this link, it’s been around almost two years.

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The other day this unnamed Corps of Engineers boat was racing eastward on KVK until it encountered the wake of the crewboat and

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it slowed down abruptly to take the wake on the quarter just as the venerable John A. Caddell passed by.

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The USCG operates two “smallish” vessels today, the RB-S and

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the RB-M, which arived in the sixth boro less than half a year ago.

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More government boats as I spot them . . . or as they proliferate, propagate, populate and …  the sixth boro.

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