Intruder Escort

“Intruder escort” – A Coast Guard auxiliarist views vessels competing in the America’s Cup races in August 2012. The Coast Guard Cutter Tern, seen in the far distance, and a 25-foot rapid response boat secure San Francisco Bay for the competitions. The cup is considered to be among the most difficult trophies in sports to win. Since the first race in 1851, only four nations have won the cup: the U.S, Australia, New Zealand and Switzerland. U.S. Coast Guard painting by C.R. “Bob” Bryant.

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"Intruder escort" - A Coast Guard auxiliarist views vessels competing in the America’s Cup races in August 2012. The Coast Guard Cutter Tern, seen in the far distance, and a 25-foot rapid response boat secure San Francisco Bay for the competitions. The cup is considered to be among the most difficult trophies in sports to win. Since the first race in 1851, only four nations have won the cup: the U.S, Australia, New Zealand and Switzerland. U.S. Coast Guard painting by C.R. "Bob" Bryant.

“Intruder escort” – A Coast Guard auxiliarist views vessels competing in the America’s Cup races in August 2012. The Coast Guard Cutter Tern, seen in the far distance, and a 25-foot rapid response boat secure San Francisco Bay for the competitions. The cup is considered to be among the most difficult trophies in sports to win. Since the first race in 1851, only four nations have won the cup: the U.S, Australia, New Zealand and Switzerland. U.S. Coast Guard painting by C.R. “Bob” Bryant.

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