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The U.S. Coast Guard took a step toward securing two boats on Monday after they were seized by authorities in Hawaii.

바카라The Navy’s 2nd Fleet arrested two U.S. Coast Guard boats en route to shore of the Hawaiian islands late Friday.

“I’ll tell you one thing, they took away the biggest piece of equipment that we had on these boats,” said Lt. Cmdr. Mark Turok, a spokesman for the 2nd Fleet.

The Coast Guard did not release the names of the two boats or say whether they were identified by name when they were taken.

The search continues for another two boats, but there are no signs of human remains, Turok said.

“This is really unprecedented, they took our guys,” he said.

Officials did not know how many boats were taken over from the U.S. Coast Guard by Hawaii officials.

A spokesman for the U.S. Coast Guard said he was not aware of any incidents of theft or wrongdoing involving the Coast Guard boats.

There has been tension in recent weeks between the U.S. Coast Guard and the U.S. Virgin Islands because of the island’s offshore resource extraction, which it does with the guidance and assistance of an international team.

Since 2005, the U.S. Navy has been based on the U.S. Virgin Islands to escort American civilian and military personnel to and from ships in a crisis as they approach or cross the coast of the U.S. Virgin Islands, or when the U.S. Virgin Islands receive aid from a state or country.

The U.S. Virgin Islands, on the other hand, has claimed more than 1,500 square miles of its waters from the U.S. Navy. 카지노 사이트The U.S. Navy says a federal court in San Diego, where the U.S. Virgin Islands is, has blocked the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers from moving two U.S. Marine Corps ships that are designed t카지노 사이트o move the U.S. Marine Corps to a new base or move the U.S. Marine Corps forward to new operations, if the islands do not allow it.

In March, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that U.S. Virgin Islands officials could not seize the 2nd Fleet boats for military purposes if they left the island because the island has declared its sovereignty under th