Patrol Boats

mulletpatrol

Member
Aug 12, 2010
19
I'M ON A BOAT!!!
Still waiting on our new trucks so in the mean time I figured I'd post some eye candy in the form of a couple of our boats. I'll try to get pics of some of the others but these are the two I usually work out of. Up until recently we ran just the 2 360deg beacons on the masts but we had several Edges that were just sitting on the shelf in storage. So far they have worked out great and added a tremedous amount of warning power.


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mulletpatrol

Member
Aug 12, 2010
19
I'M ON A BOAT!!!
aberfitchguy2472 said:
Nice patrol boats. The Edge bars look pretty nice on them.

Where all do you all patrol? Do you do 24hr patrols or just out and about as needed?

We're responsible for the all of the marine waters of the state of Mississippi and as such we have around the clock patrols.

11b101abn said:
Sorry,, you fail.


No belt fed MG's fore or aft.


:mrgreen:

Just because you don't see them doesn't mean they aren't there... ;) :mrgreen:
 

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