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Photograph of Aton Glamkowski Marking Scaled Pulp Pile

Photograph of Aton Glamkowski Marking Scaled Pulp Pile

Original caption: Marking scaled pulp pile with blueing and "paint gun" after scaling. Anton Glamkowski marking piles. Historic Photographs

Buoys

Buoys

(July 20)--A set of inland coast buoys. USCG photo by GILLESPIE, TOM PAC

Buoys

Buoys

(July 20)--A set of inland coast buoys. USCG photo by GILLESPIE, TOM PAC

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(July 20)--A set of inland coast buoys. USCG photo by GILLESPIE, TOM PAC

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(May 8)--Changing batteries and lights are normal maintenance to the thousands of aids maintained by the Coast Guard. There are two types of towers, Guyed skeleton which supports equipment on ... More

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Gastineauv Channel, AK (Apr. 15)--Crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Elderberry (WLI 65401) releases buoy in Gastineav Channel. U.S. COAST GUARD

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Gastineauv Channel, AK (Apr. 15)--Crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Elderberry (WLI 65401) releases buoy in Gastineav Channel. U.S. COAST GUARD

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Astoria, OR (July 3)--A crewmember of the Coast Guard Cutter Cowslip work on the solar panel of an aid. USCG photo by RESSLER, ROBIN PA2

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Astoria, OR (July 3)--Crewmember of the Coast Guard Cutter Cowslip inspect a buoy that was just hauled aboard. USCG photo by RESSLER, ROBIN PA2

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Astoria, OR (July 3)--Crewmember of the Coast Guard Cutter Cowslip hauling in a green buoy. USCG photo by RESSLER, ROBIN PA2

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Astoria, OR (July 3)--Crewmember of the Coast Guard Cutter Cowslip prepares to connect a chain link line to a buoy that was just hauled aboard. USCG photo by RESSLER, ROBIN PA2

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Astoria, OR (July 3)--A crewmember of the Coast Guard Cutter Cowslip work on the solar panel of an aid. USCG photo by RESSLER, ROBIN PA2

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Astoria, OR (July 3)--The crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Cowslip hauls in a buoy for repairs and maintenance. USCG photo by RESSLER, ROBIN PA2

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Astoria, OR (July 3)--An aid is pulled aside the Coast Guard Cutter Cowslip for inspection. USCG photo by RESSLER, ROBIN PA2

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Astoria, OR (July 3)--White light with solar reflective board on aid. USCG photo by KALNBACH, CHUCK PA1

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Astoria, OR (July 3)--A forward few of the workdeck of the Coast Guard Cutter Cowslip. USCG photo by RESSLER, ROBIN PA2

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Astoria, OR (July 3)--Crewmember working on the buoydeck of the Coast Guard Cutter Cowslip. USCG photo by RESSLER, ROBIN PA2

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Astoria, OR (July 6)--A crewmember from the Coast Guard Cutter Cowslip (WLB 277) struggles to place a huge hook to secure a buoy just placed on deck. USCG photo by KALNBACH, CHUCK PA1

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Astoria, OR (July 6)--A crewmember tighten a chain securing a buoy to the deck of the Coast Guard Cutter Cowslip (WLB 277). USCG photo by KALNBACH, CHUCK PA1

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Astoria, OR (July 6)--A crewmember of the Coast Guard Cutter Cowslip (WLB 277) performs maintenance on the light of a buoy. USCG photo by KALNBACH, CHUCK PA1

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Astoria, OR (July 6)--A crewmember of the Coast Guard Cutter Cowslip (WLB 277) performs maintenance on the light of a buoy. USCG photo by KALNBACH, CHUCK PA1

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Astoria, OR (July 6)--A barnicle infested chain and buoy lies on the buoydeck of the Coast Guard Cutter Cowslip (WLB 277). USCG photo by KALNBACH, CHUCK PA1

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Astoria, OR (July 6)--A crewmember of the Coast Guard Cutter Cowslip blast debris off a retrieved aid. USCG photo by RESSLER, ROBIN PA2

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Astoria, OR (July 6)--A crewmember of the Coast Guard Cutter Cowslip (WLB 277) use boathooks to grab chains of an incoming buoy. USCG photo by KALNBACH, CHUCK PA1

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Astoria, OR (July 6)--Buoydeck chief from the Coast Guard Cutter Cowslip (WLB 277) signals orders to the crane operator bringing buoy aboard. USCG photo by KALNBACH, CHUCK PA1

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Astoria, OR (July 6)--A crewmember from the Coast Guard Cutter Cowslip (WLB 277) adds a last touch by lashing a line around a chiain to secure it. USCG photo by KALNBACH, CHUCK PA1

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Astoria, OR (July 6)--A crewmember of the Coast Guard Cutter Cowslip replaces the lights and checks batteries on buoy. USCG photo by RESSLER, ROBIN PA2

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Sewickley, PA (Aug. 3)--Crewmembers of the CGC Osage (WLR 65505) prepares to set a buoy on station. USCG photo by RESSLER, ROBIN PA3

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Sewickley, PA (Aug. 3)--Crewmembers of the CGC Osage (WLR 65505) prepares to set a buoy on station. USCG photo by RESSLER, ROBIN PA3

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Sewickley, PA (Aug. 3)--Red and white buoy on station. USCG photo by RESSLER, ROBIN PA3

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Sewickley, PA (Aug. 3)--Crewmembers of the CGC Osage (WLR 65505) retrieve a buoy offstation. USCG photo by RESSLER, ROBIN PA3

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Sewickley, PA (Aug. 3)--Crewmembers of the CGC Osage (WLR 65505) sets a buoy on station. USCG photo by RESSLER, ROBIN PA3

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St. Louis, MO (Oct. 7)--SN Leslie Lee repairs a navigation aid along the Mississippi River. USCG photo by PA2 Robin Ressler

CGC SUMAC (WLR 311)

CGC SUMAC (WLR 311)

Evansville, IL (Oct. 8)--The Coast Guard Cutter Sumac (WLR-311) hauls damaged buoys removed from the Mississippi River to its storage at Coast Guard Base St. Louis, Missouri. USCG photo by PA2 Robin Ressler

CGC SUMAC (WLR 311)

CGC SUMAC (WLR 311)

Evansville, IL (Oct. 8)--The Coast Guard Cutter Sumac (WLR-311) transits the Kaskaskia River in Sothern Illinois. USCG photo by PA2 Robin Ressler

CGC SUMAC (WLR 311)

CGC SUMAC (WLR 311)

Evansville, IL (Oct. 8)--The Coast Guard Cutter Sumac (WLR-311) transits the Kaskaskia River in Sothern Illinois. USCG photo by PA2 Robin Ressler

COAST GUARD CUTTER RED CEDAR (WLM 688)

COAST GUARD CUTTER RED CEDAR (WLM 688)

Upper Potomac River (Dec. 1)--Coast Guard Cutter Red Cedar (WLM 688). USCG photo by SANTOS, DAVID PA2

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Upper Potomac River (Dec. 1)--An ice buoy is placed on station and the crew prepares for the next. USCG photo by SANTOS, DAVID PA2

COAST GUARD CUTTER RED CEDAR (WLM 688)

COAST GUARD CUTTER RED CEDAR (WLM 688)

Upper Potomac River (Dec. 1)--Coast Guard Cutter Red Cedar (WLM 688) performs the annual task of switching out 7 X 17 buoys with ice buoys that ride low in the water under large patches of ice and pop up to the... More

COAST GUARD CUTTER RED CEDAR (WLM 688)

COAST GUARD CUTTER RED CEDAR (WLM 688)

Upper Potomac River (Dec. 1)--Coast Guard Cutter Red Cedar (WLM 688). USCG photo by SANTOS, DAVID PA2

COAST GUARD CUTTER RED CEDAR (WLM 688)

COAST GUARD CUTTER RED CEDAR (WLM 688)

Upper Potomac River (Dec. 1)--The crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Red Cedar (WLM 688) gets ready to drop an ice buoy on station. USCG photo by SANTOS, DAVID PA2

COAST GUARD CUTTER RED CEDAR (WLM 688)

COAST GUARD CUTTER RED CEDAR (WLM 688)

Upper Potomac River (Dec. 1)--Ice buoys ready for deployment. These buoys ride low under ice patches and bounce up in breaks in the ice. USCG photo by SANTOS, DAVID PA2

COAST GUARD CUTTER RED CEDAR (WLM 688)

COAST GUARD CUTTER RED CEDAR (WLM 688)

Upper Potomac River (Dec. 1)--Coast Guard Cutter Red Cedar (WLM 688). USCG photo by SANTOS, DAVID PA2

COAST GUARD CUTTER RED CEDAR (WLM 688)

COAST GUARD CUTTER RED CEDAR (WLM 688)

Upper Potomac River (Dec. 1)--Coast Guard Cutter Red Cedar (WLM 688). USCG photo by SANTOS, DAVID PA2

COAST GUARD CUTTER RED CEDAR (WLM 688)

COAST GUARD CUTTER RED CEDAR (WLM 688)

Upper Potomac River (Dec. 1)--Coast Guard Cutter Red Cedar (WLM 688). USCG photo by SANTOS, DAVID PA2

COAST GUARD CUTTER RED CEDAR (WLM 688)

COAST GUARD CUTTER RED CEDAR (WLM 688)

Upper Potomac River (Dec. 1)--Coast Guard Cutter Red Cedar (WLM 688). USCG photo by SANTOS, DAVID PA2

US COAST GUARD HH60J HELICOPTER

US COAST GUARD HH60J HELICOPTER

An HH60J helicopter lands on the helopad of an offshore aid. The HH-60J Jayhawk is a medium-range recovery helicopter. The HH-60J is used to perform search and rescue, law enforcement, military readiness, and m... More

US COAST GUARD HH60J HELICOPTER

US COAST GUARD HH60J HELICOPTER

An HH60J helicopter lands on the helopad of an offshore aid. The HH-60J Jayhawk is a medium-range recovery helicopter. The HH-60J is used to perform search and rescue, law enforcement, military readiness, and m... More

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Long Island Sound, NY (Dec. 1993)--BM2 Gary Chalker, BMC Nolda and SA Beaudiion recharge the Kimberly Reef buoy on Long Island Sound. U. S. COAST GUARD PHOTO

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(Apr. 4)--Shore aid. USCG photo by MENCH, RON PA1

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(Apr. 4)--Shore aid. USCG photo by MENCH, RON PA1

INSPECTION OF TOWER

INSPECTION OF TOWER

March 25--Coast Guard members get some hands-on experience in how to inspect a tower. U.S. COAST GUARD PHOTO

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St. Petersburg, FL (Apr. 2)--A green dayboard aid. USCG photo by BROWN, TELFAIR, H. PA1

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Philadelphia, PA (July 10)--The crew of the CGC Redwood (WLM 685) secures a Pillar buoy on deck. The two major classes of buoys used in the Coast Guard are Ocean Buoys and River Buoys. Ocean buoys consist of ... More

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Philadelphia, PA (July 10)--Third Class Cadet Erich Stein prepares to help bring a buoy aboard the CGC Redwood (WLM 685). Academy cadets spend their summer at a Coast Guard unit getting a feel for what they wi... More

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Philadelphia, PA (July 10)--The crew of the CGC Redwood (WLM 685) prepare to work a 7 x 17 Pillar buoy. The two major classes of buoys used in the Coast Guard are Ocean Buoys and River Buoys. Ocean buoys con... More

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Philadelphia, PA (July 10)--Crewmembers of the CGC Redwood (WLM 685) prepare to secure a buoy on deck. The two major classes of buoys used in the Coast Guard are Ocean Buoys and River Buoys. Ocean buoys consi... More

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Philadelphia, PA (July 10)--The crew of the CGC Redwood (WLM 685) recovers a 7 X 17 pillar buoy. An Ice buoy, like the one below wil replace the 7 X 17 during the winter months. The two major classes of buoys... More

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Philadelphia, PA (July 10)--7 X 17 Pillar buoys sit on a barge alongside the CGC ED cedar. The buoys will be brought back to the buoy depot in Portsmouth, VA. The two major classes of buoys used in the Coast G... More

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Philadelphia, PA (July 10)--The crew of the CGC Redwood (WLM 685) prepares to bring a Pillar buoy on deck. The two major classes of buoys used in the Coast Guard are Ocean Buoys and River Buoys. Ocean buoys c... More

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Philadelphia, PA (July 10)--As the 7 X 17 Pillar buoys are lined up on one side of CGC Redwood's (WLM 685) barge, ice buoys are prepared for deployment. The two major classes of buoys used in the Coast Guard a... More

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Philadelphia, PA (July 10)--Crewmembers of the CGC Redwood (WLM 685) paint a buoy before placing it back on station. The two major classes of buoys used in the Coast Guard are Ocean Buoys and River Buoys. Oce... More

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Philadelphia, PA (July 10)--The crew of the CGC Redwood (WLM 685) moves the 7 X 17 a Pillar buoy to the barge alongside the buoytender. The two major classes of buoys used in the Coast Guard are Ocean Buoys an... More

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Philadelphia, PA (July 10)--The Heat 'N' Beat aboard the CGC Redwood (WLM 685). Crewmembers reattach a link of buoy chain before putting the 7 X 17 Pillar buoy back on station. The two major classes of buoys ... More

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Philadelphia, PA (July 10)--The crew of the CGC Redwood (WLM 685) hooks a Pillar buoy and prepares to bring it on deck. The two major classes of buoys used in the Coast Guard are Ocean Buoys and River Buoys. ... More

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(Aug. 1)--Crewmembers from an Aids to Navigation team tightens cables holding a stationary aid in place. USCG photo by PA3 FRANK DUNN

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(Aug. 1)--Crewmembers from an Aids to Navigation team tightens cables holding a stationary aid in place. USCG photo by PA3 FRANK DUNN

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(Aug. 1)--A crewmember from an Aids to Navigation team looks over site of a new stationary aid just put in place today. USCG photo by PA3 FRANK DUNN

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(Aug. 1)--Crewmembers from an Aids to Navigation team digs a hole for the piling of a stationary aid that will be put in place. USCG photo by PA3 FRANK DUNN

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(Aug. 1)--Crewmembers from an Aids to Navigation team prepares cement for the hole that the piling of a stationary aid will go in. USCG photo by PA3 FRANK DUNN

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(Aug. 1)--Crewmembers from an Aids to Navigation team tightens cables holding a stationary aid in place. USCG photo by PA3 FRANK DUNN

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(Aug. 1)--Crewmembers from an Aids to Navigation team digs a hole for the piling of a stationary aid that will be put in place. USCG photo by PA3 FRANK DUNN

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(May 6)-- A Coast Guard inland construction tender tends to one of the many aids. U.S. COAST GUARD PHOTO

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At Sea ( Feb. 2)--Crew from a Coast Guard buoytender brings in a #2 red buoy for repairs. U.S. COAST GUARD PHOTO

COAST GUARD CEREMONIES

COAST GUARD CEREMONIES

Sand Island, Hi (July 30) - CGC Walnut commissioning ceremony. The cutters executive officer, Lt. Erik S. Andersen holds a long glass and the crew is mustered behind him.The long glass symbolizes the authority... More

COAST GUARD CUTTER WALNUT (WLB 205)
CEREMONY

CEREMONY

This is a ceremony July 30, 1999.

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Hawaii -- A Coast Guard diver swims to the surface after checking out buoy chain. USCG photo by EPPERSON, SCOTT PA1

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Chesapeake Bay, Md. (Nov. 10) -- MK1 Michael, of U.S. Coast Guard Station Annapolis, checks out an aids to navigation while on patrol in Chesapeake Bay. USCG photo by PA1 Pete MIlnes

US COAST GUARD CUTTER KUKUI

US COAST GUARD CUTTER KUKUI

AT SEA--Coast Guard Cutter Kukui crewmembers remove the taglines attaching a pile of debris to the crane that just lifted it on the ship's buoy deck. The debris was then pulled by hand into piles and secured fo... More

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A red single pile aid stands in place. Single pile structures are used in protected or semi exposed locations where fixity can be attained. U.S. COAST GUARD PHOTO

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A nun buoy is prepared to be put on station. A series of steps take place from placing the buoy in position, dropping the weight and then the buoy. The two major classes of buoys used in the Coast Guard are O... More

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(Apr. 1)--A lighthouse buoy on station. The two major classes of buoys used in the Coast Guard are Ocean Buoys and River Buoys. Ocean buoys consist of unlighted cans, nuns, and spheres, as well as sound buoys... More

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There are two types of towers, Guyed skeleton which supports equipment on land less than 30' and Free standing skeleton which supports equipment on land or marine sites when ... More

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Crew of a Coast Guard buoytender pulls in a red buoy that drifted off station in an ice packed river. U.S. COAST GUARD PHOTO

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A nun buoy is prepared to be put on station. A series of steps take place from placing the buoy in position, dropping the weight and then the buoy. The two major classes of buoys used in the Coast Guard are O... More

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Coast Guard crew checks the panels of a buoy. U.S. COAST GUARD PHOTO

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AT SEA--Deck crew hard at work scraping buoys aboard the Coast Guard Cutter Willow. USCG photo by Chris Lawrence

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A buoy refurbishing worker cleans a buoy with a high-power blaster. U.S. COAST GUARD PHOTO

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A nun buoy is prepared to be put on station. A series of steps take place from placing the buoy in position, dropping the weight and then the buoy. The two major classes of buoys used in the Coast Guard are O... More

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A green single pile aid stands in place. Single pile structures are used in protected or semi exposed locations where fixity can be attained. U.S. COAST GUARD PHOTO

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A nun buoy is prepared to be put on station. A series of steps take place from placing the buoy in position, dropping the weight and then the buoy. The two major classes of buoys used in the Coast Guard are O... More

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(Apr. 1)--A red Pillar buoy on station. The two major classes of buoys used in the Coast Guard are Ocean Buoys and River Buoys. Ocean buoys consist of unlighted cans, nuns, and spheres, as well as sound buoys... More

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Crewmembers from an Aids to Navigation team haul a piling that will be used for a stationary aid to the riverbank. U.S. COAST GUARD PHOTO

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A nun buoy is prepared to be put on station. A series of steps take place from placing the buoy in position, dropping the weight and then the buoy. The two major classes of buoys used in the Coast Guard are O... More

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A Coast Guard personnel replaces a burnt light on red buoy number 78. U.S. COAST GUARD PHOTO.

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A Coast Guard personnel replaces a burnt light on green buoy. U.S. COAST GUARD PHOTO.

US COAST GUARD CUTTER KUKUI

US COAST GUARD CUTTER KUKUI

AT SEA--Seamen Paul Padrucco and Boatswain's Mate 1st Class Tyler True, crewmembers on board the Coast Guard Cutter Kukui, haul several hundred pounds of debris to a steadliy growing pile on the ship's buoy dec... More

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A buoy refurbishing worker cleans a buoy with a high-power blaster. U.S. COAST GUARD PHOTO

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A nun buoy is prepared to be put on station. A series of steps take place from placing the buoy in position, dropping the weight and then the buoy. The two major classes of buoys used in the Coast Guard are O... More

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