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Coast Guard Cutter Stratton

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"Coast Guard Cutter Stratton"

Location: San Diego, California 

This is the Coast Guard Cutter Stratton moored at the Broadway Street pier in San Diego, California CA USA ship vessel sunset dusk twilight. USCGC Stratton (WMSL-752) is the third Legend-class cutter of the United States Coast Guard. It is the first "white hull" cutter named after a woman since the 1980s (USCGC Harriet Lane was launched in 1984). Stratton is named for Coast Guard Captain Dorothy C. Stratton (1899–2006). Stratton served as director of the SPARS, the Coast Guard Women's Reserve during World War II.

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Keywords: Coast Guard Cutter Stratton, Broadway Street pier, San Diego, California, CA, USA, ship vessel, sunset, dusk twilight

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