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|Captain Carlitos on Jun 14, 2018 17:15 (7 days ago)|
|If friend, the colored strips mean those of our flag. MGR acronym in Castilian of the NAVY OF WAR REVOLUTIONARY, although I believe that this ship is of the TGF troops guard borders. And forgive the delay in answering, I was in Cuba and there the internet is something prehistoric. I think we agreed on dates there. A greeting. Captain Carlitos.|
|andrecas on Jun 14, 2018 16:54 (7 days ago)|
Gracias por tu comentario (Thank you for your comment).
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|Captain Carlitos on Jun 13, 2018 14:09 (8 days ago)|
is the number 080,Tropas guarda fronteras.
|andrecas on May 14, 2018 17:31 (1 month ago)|
|Thank you Manuel. I've changed the title and category per your comment. Should new information become available I will adjust accordingly.|
|Manuel Mohedano Torres on May 14, 2018 03:34 (1 month ago)|
I'm pretty sure she is the cuban coast-guard ship 'BGC 080'.
|andrecas on May 14, 2018 02:13 (1 month ago)|
|Thank you for your input. The red/white/blue stripe (colours Cuban flag) on bow suggest official/government vessel....? If Navy, the title might read something like MGR 080...? I PM'd Captain Carlitos several days ago hoping he might be able to positively identify. Thanks again for your comments.|
|rarcand on May 14, 2018 01:12 (1 month ago)|
|The presence of a kind of official seal on the side of the bridge and painted lines on the bow seems to point a coast guard or customs ship.|
|luisdo on May 13, 2018 14:56 (1 month ago)|
|The number is 080.|
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