26,000 Pounds of Seized Cocaine Offloaded in San Diego

The crew of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Steadfast carried out six interdictions in the Pacific Ocean while the crew of Cutter Robert Ward successfully completed the ship's first drug bust.

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Bundles of cocaine aboard Coast Guard Cutter Steadfast at the B-Street Terminal South on N. Harbor Drive.
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More than 26,000 pounds of seized cocaine was scheduled to be offloaded Friday.
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The illegal drugs were seized in international waters of the Pacific Ocean and are estimated to be worth $350 million.
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The Steadfast is a 210-foot Reliance-class medium-endurance cutter homeported in Astoria, Oregon.
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