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The designation of '''High endurance cutter''' (WHEC) was created in 1965 when the [[United States Coast Guard]] adopted its own designation system. High endurance cutters encompassed its largest cutters previously designated by the United States Navy as Coast Guard gunboats (WPG), Coast Guard destroyer escorts (WDE), and Coast Guard seaplane tenders (WAVP).[http://www.uscg.mil/history/webcutters/WHEC_Photo_Index.html] There are several classes of high endurance cutters that have operated with the United States Coast Guard (USCG):
 
The designation of '''High endurance cutter''' (WHEC) was created in 1965 when the [[United States Coast Guard]] adopted its own designation system. High endurance cutters encompassed its largest cutters previously designated by the United States Navy as Coast Guard gunboats (WPG), Coast Guard destroyer escorts (WDE), and Coast Guard seaplane tenders (WAVP).[http://www.uscg.mil/history/webcutters/WHEC_Photo_Index.html] There are several classes of high endurance cutters that have operated with the United States Coast Guard (USCG):

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