September 11 2017
The U.S. Coast Guard says it has exercised a contract option to buy long lead-time materials for the Argus, its first offshore patrol cutter.
The $41.68 million deal covers an initial order of cutter components, including propeller and steering equipment, marine diesel engines, ship integrated control system, switchboards and generators, the service said in a release on Sept. 7.
The Heritage-class offshore patrol cutters are designed to replace the 270-foot and 210-foot...
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