October 07, 2007

Long Range Interceptor

The  Coast Guard's new Long Range Interceptor on sea trials.
They will be operated as daughter craft from larger Coast Guard Cutters.

Posted by: The Brickmuppet at 05:47 PM | Comments (4) | Add Comment
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1 Is it deliberate that there are no weapon mounts? I'd expect a mount on top for a .50. Or will they rely solely on carried weapons?

Posted by: Steven Den Beste at Sun Oct 7 20:43:24 2007 (+rSRq)


I'm sure it is deliberate...the USCG is not going to forget or misplace weapons. Who do you think we are...the Air Force?

But seriously, it looks like there are empty pintle mounts for crew served weapons fore and aft. No idea what caliber they might be if that is indeed what they are.

Posted by: Ken Talton at Sun Oct 7 23:06:01 2007 (49e9y)

3 I want one.

Posted by: Eagle1 at Mon Oct 8 11:11:50 2007 (gnZNL)

4 I see what you mean, and I'm sure those are gun mounts. I was looking for one on top of the cabin, but if the ship is swerving maybe that's not such a good place to be standing.

Posted by: Steven Den Beste at Mon Oct 8 16:41:08 2007 (+rSRq)

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