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USCGC Reliance (WMEC-615) Career (USCG) Builder: Todd Shipyards, Houston, Texas Commissioned: 1964 Homeport: Kittery, Maine Motto: First in the Fleet Fate: Active General characteristics Displacement: 759 tons Length: 210 ft 6 in (64.16 m) Beam: 34 ft (10 m) Draught: 10 ft 6 in (3.20 m) max Propulsion: Originally, 2 x Cooper-Bessemer Corporation FVBM-12 turbocharged diesel engines; Currently, 2 x V16 2550 horsepower ALCO diesel engines Speed: max 18 knots; 2,700 mile range Range: cruise 14 knots; 6,100 mile range Complement: 12 officers, 63 enlisted Sensors and processing systems: 2 x AN/SPS-64 Armament: 1 x Mk 38 25mm auto cannon 2 x M2HB .50 caliber machine gun Aircraft carried: HH-65 Dolphin USCGC Reliance (WMEC-615) is a United States Coast Guard medium endurance cutter. She is the first of the 210' Medium Endurance Cutter Fleet and the fourth Revenue Cutter / Coast Guard Cutter to bear the name Reliance. Constructed by Todd Shipyards in Houston, Texas and commissioned in 1964, she was originally homeported in Corpus Christi, Texas. Her duties included offshore oil rig inspections, fisheries, counter drug, alien migrant interdiction and marine pollution patrols and of course, Search and Rescue. Reliance has been homeported in Yorktown, Virginia, Port Canaveral, Florida and New Castle, New Hampshire. She is currently stationed at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Kittery, Maine.[1] External links Reliance home page v • d • e Reliance-class Coast Guard cutters Reliance · Diligence · Vigilant · Active · Confidence · Resolute · Valiant · Courageous · Steadfast · Dauntless · Venturous · Dependable · Vigorous · Durable · Decisive · Alert United States Coast Guard This article about a specific ship or boat of the United States armed forces is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e