U.S. Coast Guard John McCormick

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As the first Fast Response Cutter  assigned to Coast Guard District 17, cutter John McCormick was recognized for setting high standards in crew readiness and training. This training ensured John McCormick’s safe and timely transit of more than 6,000 nautical miles from Key West, Florida, to its homeport in Ketchikan, Alaska, and the crew’s rapid response to engineering and damage control casualties along the way.

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Officially Licensed Product of the U.S. Coast Guard

Description

USCGC John McCormick (WPC-1121) is the United States Coast Guard’s 21st Sentinel-class cutter, and the first to be stationed in Alaska, where homeported at Coast Guard Base Ketchikan. The vessel’s manufacturer, Bollinger Shipyards, of Lockport, Louisiana, delivered the ship to the Coast Guard on December 13, 2016, for her acceptance trials, and then John McCormick was commissioned on April 12, 2017 in Ketchikan, Alaska.

The Sentinel-class cutters are lightly armed patrol vessels with a crew of approximately two dozen sailors, capable of traveling almost 3,000 nautical miles, on five day missions. The cutter is a multi-mission vessel intended to perform law enforcement, search and rescue, fisheries and environmental protection, and homeland security tasks. Houma Today quoted Ben Bordelon, Bollinger’s CEO, that John McCormick will “assist in defending our nation’s interests in the Alaskan maritime region.”

As the first Fast Response Cutter  assigned to Coast Guard District 17, cutter John McCormick was recognized for setting high standards in crew readiness and training. This training ensured John McCormick’s safe and timely transit of more than 6,000 nautical miles from Key West, Florida, to its homeport in Ketchikan, Alaska, and the crew’s rapid response to engineering and damage control casualties along the way. The John McCormick was also recognized for being an immediate asset to D17 where the crew conducted 77 fisheries boardings, saving or assisting 10 lives and more than $1 million in property and developed close bonds with the community.

This coin is dedicated to the crew and staff of USCGC John McCormick whom sacrificed so many nights away from home in service to their country.

Each coin measures 1 3/4 inch (44mm) in diameter.

Ranger Industries is proud to bring to our customers this unique and creative design, found here at store.rangercoin.com or by contacting us directly.

 

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