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COKE-HEAD ALERT! 1800 Kilos snatched from the supply line to your nose! How much of your money is going to the vicious killers of the drug cartels?

Coast Guard offloads $338 million worth of cocaine in San Diego

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The crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Munro (WMSL 755) offloaded nearly 20,000 pounds of cocaine in San Diego, Feb. 10, 2020. The cocaine was seized from known drug-transit zones of the Eastern Pacific Ocean worth approximately $338 million. (B-Roll video by Petty Officer 2nd Class Brandon Giles/Released)

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Coast Guard Cutter Legare crewmembers return home after interdicting over 3,300 pounds of drugs

The Coast Guard Cutter Legare pulls into the pier at Base Portsmouth in Portsmouth, Virginia, Sept. 28, 2016. Legare’s crew returned from a 48-day patrol in the Eastern Pacific Ocean where they seized an estimated 1800 kilograms of cocaine. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Melissa Leake)

Portsmouth, Va. — The crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Legare returned to their homeport in Portsmouth, Virginia, after a 65-day counter-narcotics patrol in the Eastern Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, Thursday.

Coast Guard Cutter Donald Horsley crew with a seized cocaine shipment in Puerto Rico

The crew of the Legare successfully seized more than 3,300 pounds of illicit narcotics and patrolled more 12,000 nautical miles while working in conjunction with Customs and Border Protection, the Drug Enforcement Administration, and international partners to combat transnational smuggling organizations operating in the maritime environment.

In this photo released by the U.S. Coast Guard, members of Coast Guard law enforcement detachment 404 survey the deck of the self-propelled, semi-submersible craft they seized on Saturday, Sept. 13, 2008. The LEDET, embarked aboard the USS McInerney (seen to the left of the SPSS), seized seven tons of cocaine from the vessel. The estimated street value of the cocaine is more than $187 million. The seized vessel has the capability to travel from Ecuador to San Diego, Calif., without having to stop for replenishment. (U.S. Navy photo/Petty Officer 1st Class Nico Figueroa)

“Our success during this deployment is due to the exceptional coordination and assistance provided to us by our partner agencies, as well as the training, preparation, and hard work of the Legare’s crew,” said Cmdr. Blake Stockwell, commanding officer of the Legare. “None of this would be possible without everyone’s combined efforts and dedication in keeping our maritime borders secured from the persistent threat that these drug-trafficking organizations pose.”

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Coast Guard Cutter Legare is a multi-mission 270-foot Medium Endurance Cutter homeported out of Portsmouth. The crew of the Legare patrols the North Atlantic, Caribbean Sea, and Eastern Pacific Ocean in support of Coast Guard missions, which include search and rescue, maritime law enforcement, marine environmental protection, homeland security, and national defense operations. 

One of the first gofast semi-submersibles captured by the Coast Guard was interdicted by Cutter Mohawk on July 3, 2018. Photo by PO 3 Brandon Murray – close up

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