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USRC Active (1843)
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Name: USRC Active
Namesake: In action; moving; causing action or change
Completed: 1843
Commissioned: 1843
Decommissioned: 1847
General characteristics
Type: Revenue boat

USRC Active, was a revenue boat of the United States Revenue Cutter Service in commission from 1843 to 1847. She was the fourth Revenue Cutter Service ship to bear the name.

Built at Sackets Harbor, New York, in 1843, Active was based there and served on Lake Ontario. She was under the command of Revenue First Lieutenant William B. Whitehead. She appears to have left service in 1847.


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