China Coast Guard and Patrol vessels

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  1. ILikeChina
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    good job CCG saved 3 stupid gwailo's. finally we will get some positive press from the western media.
     
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    Looks like HP shipyard building new 2,000 ton cutter

    Next to it is the 6,000 ton Ocean tug

    Also seems to be a Type 056 and smaller patrol craft in the same shelter

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    New class of 600 ton patrol ship under construction? The tiny boat next to the 054A and 056 under construction.

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    Yes the 30th x Type 054A
     
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    Come on China doesn't need anymore large coast guard cutters. The Chinese Coast Guard already has more than 130 ships above 1000 tons. The US Coast Guard only has 40 ships above 1000 tons. China's coast guard needs more helicopters, drones and planes at the moment.
     
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    So when is the Chinese maritime security agency hiring you ;)
     
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    A coast guard is essential to a country's maritime economic and territorial security. Coast Guard deals with a wide ranging security issues like smuggling narcotics, illegal arms, human-trafficking, illegal fishing and etc. These things are meant for Coastal areas as well as Exculsive Economic Zones of a country. Without a doubt, China has a large coastline, where 80-90% of its trade takes place. China has several mega cities on the coast as well, which makes the job for Chinese Coast Guard even more demanding. So I wouldn't be so quick to dismiss large patrol vessels or ocean-going vessels be procured by the Chinese Coast Guards.
     
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    A USCGC Alex Haley (WMEC 39) boarding team boards the fishing vessel Run Da after the vessel was suspected of illegal high seas drift net fishing in the North Pacific Ocean, 860 miles east of Hokkaido, Japan, June 16, 2018. The boarding team discovered a reported 5.6-mile net on the fantail with supporting gear, 80 tons of chum salmon and one ton of squid on board. U.S. Coast Guard photo.

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    USCGC Alex Haley (WMEC 39) and People's Republic of China Coast Guard crew members uncover an approximately 5.6-mile drift net onboard the fishing vessel Run Da during a joint boarding of the vessel in the North Pacific Ocean, 860 miles east of Hokkaido, Japan, June 16, 2018.The Alex Haley crew transferred custody of the Run Da to the PRC Coast Guard for prosecution. U.S. Coast Guard photo.

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    The USCGC Alex Haley (WMEC 39) and crew detain the fishing vessel Run Da after it was suspected of high seas drift net fishing in the North Pacific Ocean, 860 miles east of Hokkaido, Japan, June 16, 2018. The Alex Haley crew transferred custody of the Run Da and its crew to the People’s Republic of China Coast Guard. U.S. Coast Guard photo.

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    The crew of the USCGC Alex Haley (WMEC 39) transfers custody of the detained fishing vessel Run Da to a People's Republic of China Coast Guard patrol vessel in the Sea of Japan, June 21, 2018. The Alex Haley and PRC Coast Guard crews detained the Run Da suspected of illegal high seas drift net fishing. U.S. Coast Guard photo.

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    A crew member of the USCGC Alex Haley (WMEC 39) stands lookout during a transfer of custody of the detained fishing vessel Run Da with the People's Republic of China Coast Guard in the Sea of Japan, June 21, 2018. The Alex Haley and PRC Coast Guard crews detained the Run Da suspected of illegal high seas drift net fishing. U.S. Coast Guard photo.
     
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