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U.S. Coast Guard Station and Lindbergh Field in 1946

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1946 aerial view of the U.S. Coast Guard Station on San Diego Bay with Lindbergh Field in the background. The Station was built in 1936 with funds provided by the Federal Public Works Administration. M.H. Golden Company was the contractor. The Coast Guard conducts Maritime Law Enforcement and stands by 24/7 for Search and Rescue, mostly boaters in distress and cruise medevacs. Also, ensuring Homeland Security, they escort cruise ships and some Navy assets entering and leaving San Diego Bay. (Photo by Erickson)

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