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TheDay.com: Now that it is no longer responsible for escorting submarines, Coast Guard Station New London will lose nearly a quarter of the jobs assigned there.
While there has been no discussion of closing the station, 14 of its 62 positions, known as billets, will be dispersed to other stations throughout the country, Lt. Joe Klinker, spokesman for the First Coast Guard District in Boston, said.
Read more about the downsizing of Coast Guard Station New London.
For more information about the port city go to Focus on New London.
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