and Manitou tied up back to back in Erie Pa.
Photo courtesy Jeff
Thoreson, Erie Shipping News
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Guard Tug Association is a non-profit 501 C3 Veteran's
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preserve the heritage and history of U.S. Coast Guard Tugs,
and to continue the camaraderie and Esprit de Corps of those
veterans who served in them.
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these cutters played in search and rescue, icebreaking
for commercial shipping and maintaining aids to
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United States maritime history. With our mission clearly
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