Agents from Coast Guard Investigative Service inspect aground sailboats and debris at the Trumbo Point Annex for Naval Air Station Key West on Sept. 15. Boats in the Navy’s jurisdiction face a deadline for removal.
Agents from Coast Guard Investigative Service inspect aground sailboats and debris at the Trumbo Point Annex for Naval Air Station Key West on Sept. 15. Boats in the Navy’s jurisdiction face a deadline for removal. PO 2Christopher Yaw USCG
Agents from Coast Guard Investigative Service inspect aground sailboats and debris at the Trumbo Point Annex for Naval Air Station Key West on Sept. 15. Boats in the Navy’s jurisdiction face a deadline for removal. PO 2Christopher Yaw USCG

Hurricane Irma pushed these private boats into Navy waters. Now they must go

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