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By Phebean A. Ogundipe, C. E. Eckersley, Margaret Macaulay

This ever renowned four-book sequence Brighter grammar is helping scholars comprehend the most important issues of English grammar, utilizing merely crucial technical phrases. Graded workouts enable academics to observe improvement, and energetic illustrations improve the textual content and maintain the scholars' curiosity.

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S. Coast Guard founded? 2. How does the Coast Guard help wildlife? 3. Describe how the Coast Guard works as law enforcement. 4. What types of equipment does the Coast Guard use? 5. How is the Coast Guard going green? Extension Activity Research one type of vessel that is featured in this book. Find out how it is used, when it was commissioned, and its specifications. Write a report on the vessel and create a model of it to share with your class.

Coast Guard vessels patrolled inland waterways and guarded the coastline. They also performed the dangerous work of intercepting vessels, searching for contraband, and supplying fire support for their allies. Part of their most important work in Southeast Asia was their key role in the set up and operation of Loran C, a long range navigational system. S. Air Force warplanes with precision navigation during their air strikes and reconnaissance. The Coast Guard is ever vigilant and prepared for any situation.

Their job is to stop the illegal drugs from reaching American streets. S. Maritime Defense Zone. S. coasts, ports, and waterways. Each year thousands of migrants try to sneak into the United States illegally. Migrants try to smuggle themselves into the United States on overloaded boats, posing imminent danger to themselves and others. Some migrants are part of illicit human trafficking rings, those trying to send women or children to other countries as slaves. The Coast Guard is always prepared to intercept them, protect the innocent, and enforce the law.

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