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On Thursday, the U.S.?Coast Guard Cutter Kimball offloaded more than 11,300 pounds of cocaine with a street value of $220 million in San Diego.

The drugs were seized in the Eastern Pacific off Central and South America,?and they include the results of during eight interdictions of suspected drug smuggling vessels in February and March. Four ships carried out these operations, including the cutters Kimball, Legare and Spencer and the Royal Canadian Navy’s HMCS YellowknifeLegare led the pack with four interdictions and 4,700 pounds of cocaine seized.

“At-sea interdictions of pure cocaine are the most effective way to limit cartels’ destabilizing effects throughout the Western Hemisphere,” said Vice Admiral Michael McAllister, Coast Guard Pacific Area commander. “Coast Guard national security cutters like Kimball are the service’s most capable asset to strengthen maritime governance.” Read on.