The Long Blue Line: Operations of cutter Active in War of 1812

William H. Thiesen, Ph.D - 6/11/2017

Best suited to swiftness and agility, revenue cutters provided a multi-mission platform during the War of 1812. Beside their peacetime mission of law enforcement, the cutters also escorted convoys of American merchantmen, provided vital naval intelligence, delivered important military officials and documents, and operated with units of the U.S. Navy. See more at: http://coastguard.dodlive.mil/2017/06/tlbl-operations-of-cutter-active-in-war-of-1812/


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