The Coast Guard is set to launch the first Coast Guard-owned freighters in 2020.
The new vessels will be used to provide support for the Coast Guard and U.N. maritime missions around the world.
The Coast Guards newest ships are a first for U.K. ships, but it will not be the first U.s. ships to be built.
The USS George Washington was the first ship built in the United States in 1915.
The ship has been an integral part of the Coast Guards mission to protect the coast of the United Kingdom since 1921.
The vessel has been retired, but the Coast guard plans to buy the ship to provide training to the ship’s crew, according to a Coast Guard press release.
The vessels are intended to serve a broad range of roles, with the most important of which being a fast vessel to ferry cargo.
The U.k. ships are also expected to be capable of conducting deepwater training, which is not uncommon in U. s Maritime Forces.
The ships are slated to be launched from the U. S. Navy’s Huntington Ingalls Industries shipyard in Newport News, Va.
Read more about: