COAST GUARD ROLLS UP RESCUE RECORD IN CHANNEL - Sleek 83-foot Coast Guard rescue craft, speeding over the bumpy channel waters and daring the firepower of Nazi guns, saved hundreds of American lives in the critical early hours of the French invasion. Here a squadron of these bold Coast Guard rescue cutters speed on a mission near the coast of Normandy.
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