Anyone who served on a cutter such as the USCGC Pandora should speak with their doctor regarding asbestos related diseases, such as Mesothelioma and Lung Cancer, and the treatment options available
USCGC Pandora (WPC 113) – United States Coast Guard Cutter
Status: Disposed of by scrapping
Fleet: Coast Guard
Launch Date: 6/30/1934
Commission Date: 11/1/1934
Decommission Date: 5/1/1959
A cutter is a small or medium sized vessel whose occupants exercise official authority. These ships have permanently assigned crews. Generally, they can be characterized by one mast and a bowsprit. The Navy used these ships as coastal patrols, custom duties, escort, small raids, law enforcement, and for carrying personnel and dispatches. Befitting their size, these ships were lightly armed, usually six to twelve small cannons.
Anyone who served on a cutter should speak with their doctor regarding asbestos related diseases, such as Mesothelioma and Lung Cancer, and the treatment options available.
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