USCGC Drummond (WPB-1323)

USCGC Drummond (WPB-1323)

USCGC Drummond (WPB-1323) is an Island-class patrol boat of the United States Coast Guard. She is named for Drummond Island, Michigan. Drummond was commissioned October 19, 1988 at Bollinger Shipyard in Lockport, Louisiana, and is currently homeported in Miami Beach, Florida. With a top speed in excess of 30 knots (56 km/h; 35 mph) and a cruising speed of 26 knots (48 km/h; 30 mph), the ship is capable of enduring unsupported operations for six days and accommodates two officers and sixteen enlisted personnel.

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... In April 2004, Drummondagain returned to Haiti in support of Operation ABLE SENTRY and Operation SECURE TOMORROW as that country’s political and economic situation continued to ... In 2005, Drummondwas again awarded the Coast Guard Meritorious Unit Commendation for her efforts in stemming the illegal flow of Cuban migrants in the Florida Straits ... Drummondalso was credited for saving more than $500,000 in property during this period in search-and-rescue cases, including a daring rescue of a dismasted sailboat during Tropical Storm ...

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