The cutter that dates back to the Apollo program
from The Maritime Executive
The Coast Guard cutter Active, a 210-foot Reliance-class cutter homeported in Port Angeles, Washington, is the eighth Coast Guard vessel to bear the name and was officially commissioned Sept. 1, 1966 — almost three years before Neil Armstrong stepped foot on the moon. Petty Officer First Class Victor Arcelay, a damage controlman and one of the cutter's 75 crew members, has the daunting task of keeping the Active, well — active.
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