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USCGC HARRIET LANE (WMEC 903)

 

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CGC HARRIET LANE is responsible for a variety of Coast Guard missions, including: Search and Rescue; Enforcement of Laws and Treaties; Maritime Defense; and Protection of the Marine Environment.

Famous Class cutters are versatile and cost-effective platforms capable of carrying out national objectives. CGC HARRIET LANE’s command, control, and communications capabilities, including satellite communications, make the cutter an important asset for long-range offshore missions. CGC HARRIET LANE can effectively coordinate the efforts of multiple ships and aircraft while conducting missions over large areas of ocean.

Her eight sister ships BEAR, TAMPA, NORTHLAND, SENECA, FORWARD, LEGARE, ESCANABA, and SPENCER are located in Portsmouth as well.

If you are newly reporting, we look forward to having you as a member of the crew. If you are a family member, we thank you for your ongoing support. Just visiting? Welcome aboard, we hope you enjoy the page!

Latest CGC Harriet Lane News


U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Harriet Lane holds change of home port ceremony
Jan. 17, 2024
HONOLULU – U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Harriet Lane (WMEC 903) and crew held a ceremony celebrating their recent home port shift to Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Tuesday, which was presided by Adm. Steven Poulin, vice commandant, U.S. Coast Guard. The Harriet Lane is U.S. Coast Guard Pacific Area’s newest Indo-Pacific support cutter. Harriet Lane and crew departed Coast Guard Base Portsmouth, November 2023, and arrived at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, December 2023, after transiting more than 8,000 nautical miles for over 36-days.
U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Harriet Lane arrives at new home port in Pearl Harbor
Dec. 13, 2023
HONOLULU – U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Harriet Lane (WMEC 903) and crew arrived at its new home port at Pearl Harbor, Wednesday, after transiting more than 8,000 miles over 35-days from Portsmouth, Virginia. The Harriet Lane is U.S. Coast Guard Pacific Area’s newest Indo-Pacific support cutter and spent more than 15 months in a Service Life Extension Program (SLEP) in Baltimore, Maryland, to prepare for the transition in missions and operations. Following reconstitution of the crew in July and returning to Portsmouth in August, the crew went through an extensive dockside period, ensuring the cutter was ready for the transit from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean.