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22:34, 2 May 2013 CCGS Private Robertson V.C.jpg (file) CCGS_Private_Robertson_V.C.jpg 351 KB {{Image_Details |description = CCGS Private Robertson V.C. on Trials, Halifax Harbour, July 3/2012 |author = [http://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=User:Ziobrop&action=edit&redlink=1 Ziobrop] |copyright = [http://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=User:Ziobrop&action=edit&redlink=1 Ziobrop] |source = http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:CCGS_Private_Robertson_V.C.jpg |date-created = 2012-07-03 |pub-country = Canada |notes = |versions = }} 1
20:14, 24 April 2013 Ithaca, aground near Churchill.JPG (file) Ithaca,_aground_near_Churchill.JPG 2.9 MB {{Image_Details |description = MV Ithaca, a 260 ft steamship that ran aground a tidal flat in Hudson Bay in 1960, outside Churchill, Manitoba. Viewed from a helicopter. |author = http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Peterfitzgerald |copyright = http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Peterfitzgerald |source = http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:MV_Ithaca_aerial_view1.JPG |date-created = 1960 |pub-country = unknown |notes = |versions = }} 1
08:14, 24 April 2013 John Allen Midgett was recognized by the UK government for saving UK seamen in 1918.jpg (file) John_Allen_Midgett_was_recognized_by_the_UK_government_for_saving_UK_seamen_in_1918.jpg 15 KB {{Image_Details|pd |description = John Allen Midgett was recognized by the UK government for saving UK seamen in 1918. The Coast Guard later named the USCGC Midgett (WHEC-726) after him. |author = unknown |source = http://www.ncgenweb.us/dare/photosbios/mirlorescue.html |date-created = unknown |pub-country = USA |notes = As the work of a USCG employee, this image is in the public domain. |versions = }} 1
21:59, 8 February 2013 St Joseph has a Coast Guard station built on the site of this Lifesaving Service station from 1874.jpg (file) St_Joseph_has_a_Coast_Guard_station_built_on_the_site_of_this_Lifesaving_Service_station_from_1874.jpg 39 KB {{Image_Details|pd |description = St Joseph has a Coast Guard station built on the site of this Lifesaving Service station from 1874. Original caption: “The original Life-Saving station built in 1874. The site still serves as the current location for Coast Guard Station St. Joseph. Photo courtesy of the Michigan Lighthouse Conservancy.” |author = unknown |source = http://coastguard.dodlive.mil/index.php/2010/11/coast-guard-heroes-joseph-napier/ |date-created = 1874 |pub-country = USA |notes = public domain due to age. |versions = }} 1
23:27, 8 August 2012 Julian Assange.jpg (file) Julian_Assange.jpg 205 KB {{Image_Details |description = Julian Assange |author = Peter Erichsen |copyright = Peter Erichsen |source = https://secure.flickr.com/photos/newmediadaysdk/4131068384/ |date-created = 2009-11-17 |pub-country = USA |notes = Original caption: :''Watch the full talk by Julian Assange at New Media Days 2009: [http://newmediadays.dk/julian-assange newmediadays.dk/julian-assange]''. This photo by [http://newmediadays.dk/ New Media Days] / [http://macwerk.dk/ Peter Erichsen] is licensed under a [http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 License]. If used online please attribute to 'New Media Days / Peter Erichsen' and hyperlink the photo to its location on Flickr. If used for print purposes please attribute to 'www.newmediadays.com / Peter Erichsen'. Permissions and information beyond the scope of this license can be acquired by contacting [http://newmediadays.dk/about/contact New Media Days]. ...and if you choose to use our material we'd love to know: [mailto:flickr@newmediadays.dk flickr@newmediadays.dk] |versions = }} 1
07:10, 16 March 2012 Cruise ship and lake freighter, eastern gap, toronto -a.jpg (file) Cruise_ship_and_lake_freighter,_eastern_gap,_toronto_-a.jpg 2.33 MB cropped 3
21:22, 20 January 2012 Baffin Island.png (file) Baffin_Island.png 32 KB labelled 2
17:01, 19 January 2012 Orthographic projection centered over Nanisivik, Nunavut.png (file) Orthographic_projection_centered_over_Nanisivik,_Nunavut.png 36 KB modified 2
07:10, 19 January 2012 USCGC Willow during Operation Nanook, 2011 -a.png (file) USCGC_Willow_during_Operation_Nanook,_2011_-a.png 480 KB {{Image_Details |description = USCGC Willow during Operation Nanook, 2011. :Original caption: ::''"U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Willow navigates through icebergs in Baffin Bay during joint Operation Nanook, August 23, 2011. The international operation, designed to enhance maritime interoperability, featured the Canadian navy, army and air force, Danish military components, Royal Canadian Mounted Police and numerous other forces. U.S. Coast Guard Cutter photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Luke Clayton. |author = Luke Clayton | source = http://northeast.coastguard.dodlive.mil/2011/09/10/in-the-midnight-sun/ |copyright = USCG |date-created = 2011-08-23 |pub-country = USA |notes = |versions = }} {{PD-USgov}} 1
07:00, 19 January 2012 HMCS Summerside, USCGC Willow, HDMS Hvidbjoernen during Operation Nanook 2011.jpg (file) HMCS_Summerside,_USCGC_Willow,_HDMS_Hvidbjoernen_during_Operation_Nanook_2011.jpg 12 KB {{Image_Details |copyright = USCG |date-created = 2011-08-07 |pub-country = USA |notes = |versions = |description = Her Majesty's Canadian Ship ''Summerside'', U.S. Coast Guard Cutter ''Willow'', and Her Danish Majesty's Ship ''Hvidbjoernen'' team in formation, Aug 7, 2011. U.S. Coast Guard Cutter photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Luke Clayton |source = http://northeast.coastguard.dodlive.mil/2011/08/22/arctic-ambassador-willows-voyage-north/ |Date = 2011-08-07 |Author = Luke Clayton |Permission= |other_versions= }} == {{int:license-header}} == {{PD-USgov}} 1
06:53, 19 January 2012 HMCS Summerside and USCGC Willow during Operation Nanook 2011.jpg (file) HMCS_Summerside_and_USCGC_Willow_during_Operation_Nanook_2011.jpg 22 KB {{Image_Details |copyright = USCG |date-created = 2011-08-22 |pub-country = USA |notes = |versions = |description = HMCS Summerside and USCGC Willow during Operation Nanook 2011.jpg |source = http://coastguard.dodlive.mil/2011/08/operation-nanook-2011/ |date = 2011-08-22 |author = Stephanie Young |Permission= |other_versions= }} == {{int:license-header}} == {{PD-USgov}} 1
04:58, 19 January 2012 A 'man overboard' drill on the USCGC Willow during Operation Nanook 2011.jpg (file) A_'man_overboard'_drill_on_the_USCGC_Willow_during_Operation_Nanook_2011.jpg 443 KB {{Image_Details |copyright = USCG |date-created = 2011-08-22 |pub-country = USA |description = A 'man overboard' drill on the USCGC Willow during Operation Nanook 2011 |source = http://coastguard.dodlive.mil/2011/08/operation-nanook-2011/271323_10150258869474398_273794229397_7636375_2737479_o/ |date = 2011-08-22 |author = Stephanie Young |notes = |versions = }} == {{int:license-header}} == {{PD-USgov}} 1
04:48, 19 January 2012 USCGC Willow during Operation Nanook 2011 -a.jpg (file) USCGC_Willow_during_Operation_Nanook_2011_-a.jpg 370 KB {{Image_Details |description=USCGC Willow during Operation Nanook 2011. |source=http://coastguard.dodlive.mil/2011/08/operation-nanook-2011/ |date=2011-08-22 |author=Stephanie Young |copyright = USCG |date-created = 2011-08-22 |pub-country = USA |notes = |versions = }} == {{int:filedesc}} == {{PD-USgov}} 1
00:27, 19 January 2012 HMCS Goose Bay moored at the future site of the Nanisivik Naval Facility, during Operation Nanook, 2010-08-20.jpg (file) HMCS_Goose_Bay_moored_at_the_future_site_of_the_Nanisivik_Naval_Facility,_during_Operation_Nanook,_2010-08-20.jpg 2.49 MB {{Image_Details |description = HMCS_Goose_Bay_moored_at_the_future_site_of_the_Nanisivik_Naval_Facility,_during_Operation_Nanook. |author = http://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=User:Goosepolish |copyright = http://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=User:Goosepolish |source = http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:HMCS_Goose_Bay_moored_at_the_future_site_of_the_Nanisivik_Naval_Facility,_during_Operation_Nanook,_2010-08-20.jpg |date-created = 2010-08-20 |pub-country = Canada |notes = |versions = }} 1
04:25, 18 January 2012 Orthographic projection centered over the Baffinland Iron Mine.png (file) Orthographic_projection_centered_over_the_Baffinland_Iron_Mine.png 21 KB {{Image_Details|user-pd |description = Orthographic_projection_centered_over_the_Baffinland_Iron_Mine |author = ~~~ |date-created = 2009-12-12 |pub-country = USA |notes = I created this map with an online map-making tool -- sadly no longer available. It used public domain data, and the software was distributed under an open license. To honor the original workers who provided a fine tool I choose to put my maps in the public domain |versions = }} 1
00:25, 17 December 2011 Lake freighter Quebecois, moored at the Toronto portlands -b.jpg (file) Lake_freighter_Quebecois,_moored_at_the_Toronto_portlands_-b.jpg 3.6 MB {{Image_Details|user-pd |description = Lake freighter Quebecois, moored at the Toronto portlands. |author = ~~~ |date-created = ~~~~~ |pub-country = ~~~ |notes = Last winter nine freighter were visible from the roof of my building, moored in Toronto harbour. This winter the Quebecois is the first one. |versions = {{Image|Lake freighter Quebecois, moored at the Toronto portlands -a.jpg}} }} 1
00:10, 17 December 2011 Lake freighter Quebecois, moored at the Toronto portlands -a.jpg (file) Lake_freighter_Quebecois,_moored_at_the_Toronto_portlands_-a.jpg 3.51 MB {{Image_Details|user-pd |description = Lake freighter Quebecois, moored at the Toronto portlands. |author = ~~~ |date-created = ~~~~~ |pub-country = USA |notes = Last winter nine freighter were visible from the roof of my building, moored in Toronto harbour. This winter the Quebecois is the first one. |versions = Lake freighter Quebecois, moored at the Toronto portlands -b.jpg }} 1
04:24, 22 August 2011 Atule in 1946 during arctic studies.jpg (file) Atule_in_1946_during_arctic_studies.jpg 188 KB {{Image_Details|pd |description = Atule_in_1946_during_arctic_studies. |author = US Navy |source = http://uss-atule.com/operation-nanook/ |date-created = 1946-02-03 |pub-country = USA |notes = |versions = }} 1
22:08, 21 August 2011 Royal Danish Naval Vessel Knut Rasmussen participates in Operation Nanook 2010.jpg (file) Royal_Danish_Naval_Vessel_Knut_Rasmussen_participates_in_Operation_Nanook_2010.jpg 1.99 MB {{Image_Details|pd |description = Davis STRAITS -- A small-boat crew from the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Alder approaches the Royal Danish navy ship HMDS Knud Rasmussen during a personnel transfer and crew exchange, August 16, 2010. Alder is underway as part of Operation Nanook, one of three major operations conducted per year in the Canadian Arctic, designed to demonstrate international cooperation and expand the international ability to respond to emergencies in the Arctic. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class George Degener). |source=[http://www.flickr.com/photos/ninth_cg_district/5011733834/ 100816-G-4702D-012 Operation Nanook] |date-created=2010-08-16 08:16 |author= George Degener via [http://www.flickr.com/photos/33405567@N06 Ninth District Public Affairs U.S. Coast Guard] |pub-country = USA |notes = Although this version was marked as under a creative commons liscense, it is neverthelss in the public domain. |versions = }} 1
21:51, 21 June 2011 One pounder gun on the USS De Kalb, 1918.jpg (file) One_pounder_gun_on_the_USS_De_Kalb,_1918.jpg 67 KB {{Image_Details |description = One_pounder_gun_on_the_USS_De_Kalb,_1918. |author = unknown |copyright = US Navy |source = http://www.history.navy.mil/photos/sh-usn/usnsh-d/id3010-o.htm |date-created = 1918 |pub-country = USA |notes = Original caption: :Photo #: NH 41702 :USS DeKalb (ID # 3010) :Officer firing a signal gun while a Sailor observes, 18 May 1918. :The gun appears to be a 1-pounder Hotchkiss. :U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph. |versions = }} 1
21:42, 21 June 2011 USS Brooklyn bombards shore positions druing the Anzio invasion.jpg (file) USS_Brooklyn_bombards_shore_positions_druing_the_Anzio_invasion.jpg 75 KB {{Image_Details |description = USS Brooklyn bombards shore positions druing the Anzio invasion |author = U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph. |copyright = US Navy |source = http://www.history.navy.mil/photos/sh-usn/usnsh-b/cl40.htm |date-created = 1944-01-22 |pub-country = USA |notes = Original caption: :Photo #: 80-G-223500 :Anzio Campaign, 1944 :USS Brooklyn (CL-40) bombarding with her 6"/47 guns, during the landings at Anzio, Italy, 22 January 1944. :Photographed from USS Frederick C. Davis (DE-136). :Official U.S. Navy Photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives. |versions = }} {{PD-USgov}} 1
21:35, 21 June 2011 Pilothouse of the USS Brooklyn, 1938-01.jpg (file) Pilothouse_of_the_USS_Brooklyn,_1938-01.jpg 107 KB {{Image_Details |description = Pilothouse of the USS Brooklyn, 1938-01. |author = U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph. |copyright = US Navy |source = http://www.history.navy.mil/photos/sh-usn/usnsh-b/cl40.htm |date-created = 1938-01-18 |pub-country = USA |notes = Original caption: :Photo #: NH 56626 :USS Brooklyn (CL-40) :Pilothouse scene, looking to starboard, 18 January 1938. :Note men at the engine order telegraph and helm, and Radioman at the communications table at right. :U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph. |versions = }} 1
21:32, 21 June 2011 Enlisted crewman's storage locker, USS Brooklyn.jpg (file) Enlisted_crewman's_storage_locker,_USS_Brooklyn.jpg 103 KB {{Image_Details |description = Enlisted crewman's storage locker, USS Brooklyn. |author = U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph. |copyright = US Navy |source = http://www.history.navy.mil/photos/sh-usn/usnsh-b/cl40.htm |date-created = 1938-01-18 |pub-country = USA |notes = Original caption: :Photo #: NH 56616 :USS Brooklyn (CL-40) :Enlisted crewman's storage locker in use, 18 January 1938. :Note galvanized steel washing buckets hung on the bulkheads in the background. :U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph. |versions = }} 1
19:04, 21 June 2011 Off duty sailors relax in 1938.jpg (file) Off_duty_sailors_relax_in_1938.jpg 84 KB try again 3
19:00, 21 June 2011 Chief Petty Officer's Mess, USS Brooklyn.jpg (file) Chief_Petty_Officer's_Mess,_USS_Brooklyn.jpg 87 KB {{Image_Details |description = Chief_Petty_Officer's_Mess,_USS_Brooklyn |author = U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph. |copyright = US Navy |source = http://www.history.navy.mil/photos/sh-usn/usnsh-b/cl40.htm |date-created = 1938-01-18 |pub-country = USA |notes = Original caption: :Photo #: NH 56634 :USS Brooklyn (CL-40) :Coffee break in the Chief Petty Officers' mess, 18 January 1938. :Note the cold storage locker in the background. :U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph. |versions = }} 1
18:51, 21 June 2011 Supply officer's stateroom, USS Brooklyn.jpg (file) Supply_officer's_stateroom,_USS_Brooklyn.jpg 83 KB {{Image_Details |description = Supply_officer's_stateroom,_USS_Brooklyn |author = U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph. |copyright = US Navy |source = http://www.history.navy.mil/photos/sh-usn/usnsh-b/cl40.htm |date-created = 194x |pub-country = USA |notes = Original caption: :Photo #: NH 56614 :USS Brooklyn (CL-40) :Scene in the Supply Officer's stateroom, 18 January 1938. :The officer writing at the desk may be Lieutenant Commander Matthew T. Betton, USN(SC), who was Brooklyn's Supply Officer at the time. :Note safe, with combination lock, installed as part of the desk; fan, electric heater, officer's sword and .45 caliber M1911 pistol on the bulkhead above the sofa. :U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph. |versions = }} 1
18:44, 21 June 2011 M-14 rifle.jpg (file) M-14_rifle.jpg 3 KB {{Image_Details |description = M-14 rifle |author = unknown |copyright = unknown |source = https://uhilhr60.drms.dla.mil/rtd03/leso/weapons.shtml |date-created = unknown |pub-country = USA |notes = |versions = }} 1
18:36, 21 June 2011 Beretta model 92FS double action pistol.jpg (file) Beretta_model_92FS_double_action_pistol.jpg 10 KB == Summary == {{Image_Details|pd |description = Beretta_model_92FS_double_action_pistol |author = unknown |source = http://www.nij.gov/training/firearms-training/module08/fir_m08_t07_05_a.htm |date-created = unknown |pub-country = USA |notes = |versions = }} == Licensing == {{PD|usgov}} 1
18:28, 21 June 2011 Browining 1911A1 pistol -a.jpg (file) Browining_1911A1_pistol_-a.jpg 13 KB {{Image_Details|pd |description = Browining_1911A1_pistol |author = unknown |source = http://www.nij.gov/training/firearms-training/module08/fir_m08_t07_05_a.htm |date-created = unknown |pub-country = USA |notes = |versions = }} 1
17:16, 21 June 2011 John M Browning and a Browning Automatic Rifle (BAR).jpg (file) John_M_Browning_and_a_Browning_Automatic_Rifle_(BAR).jpg 127 KB {{Image_Details|pd |description = John M Browning and a Browning Automatic Rifle (BAR).jpg |author = |source = http://www.carlisle.army.mil/AHEC/mediagallery/photoDisplay.cfm?id=365 |date-created = 191x |pub-country = USA |notes = |versions = }} 1
21:16, 12 June 2011 Dual mounted Browning MG and 81mm Mortar, during the War in Vietnam -b.jpg (file) Dual_mounted_Browning_MG_and_81mm_Mortar,_during_the_War_in_Vietnam_-b.jpg 38 KB {{Image_Details |description = US Coast Guard and US Navy patrol vessels operated a dual mounted Browning machine gun and mortar. Original caption: :''"Crewmen aboard the cutter Point Welcome; GM2 Mark McKenny in the foreground and ENC Bill Wolf behind the "piggy-back" weapon."'' |author = USCG |copyright = |source = http://www.uscg.mil/history/articles/h_CGatwar.asp |date-created = unknown |pub-country = USA |notes = |versions = }} 1
21:13, 12 June 2011 Dual mounted Browning MG and 81mm Mortar, during the War in Vietnam -a.jpg (file) Dual_mounted_Browning_MG_and_81mm_Mortar,_during_the_War_in_Vietnam_-a.jpg 22 KB {{Image_Details |description = US Coast Guard and US Navy patrol vessels operated a dual mounted Browning machine gun and mortar. Original caption: :''"Coast Guardsmen fire the mortar on their "piggy-back" weapon, a .50 caliber Browning machine gun mounted above an 81-mm mortar tube. This unique weapon was designed by Chief [Warrant] Gunner Elmer L. Hicks, USCG, which became standard armament on all Coast Guard cutters assigned to duty in Vietnam."'' |author = USCG |copyright = |source = http://www.uscg.mil/history/articles/h_CGatwar.asp |date-created = unknown |pub-country = USA |notes = |versions = }} 1
23:30, 28 May 2011 Stryker Brigade Engineer Squad Vehicle.jpg (file) Stryker_Brigade_Engineer_Squad_Vehicle.jpg 37 KB {{Image_Details|pd |description = Stryker Brigade Engineer Squad Vehicle. |author = US Army |source = http://www.sbct.army.mil/Engineer-Squad-Vehicle.html |date-created = 2010 |pub-country = USA |notes = |versions = }} 1
23:26, 28 May 2011 Stryker Brigade Anti-tank-Guided-Missle.jpg (file) Stryker_Brigade_Anti-tank-Guided-Missle.jpg 52 KB {{Image_Details|pd |description = Stryker Brigade Anti-tank-Guided-Missle. |author = US Army |source = http://www.sbct.army.mil/Anti-tank-Guided-Missle.html |date-created = 2010 |pub-country = USA |notes = |versions = }} 1
23:21, 28 May 2011 Stryker Brigade Medical-Evacuation-Vehicle.jpg (file) Stryker_Brigade_Medical-Evacuation-Vehicle.jpg 43 KB {{Image_Details|pd |description = Stryker Brigade Medical-Evacuation-Vehicle. |author = US Army |source = http://www.sbct.army.mil/Medical-Evacuation-Vehicle.html |date-created = 2010 |pub-country = USA |notes = |versions = }} 1
23:19, 28 May 2011 Stryker Brigade Reconnaissance-Vehicle.jpg (file) Stryker_Brigade_Reconnaissance-Vehicle.jpg 39 KB {{Image_Details|pd |description = Stryker Brigade Reconnaissance-Vehicle. |author = US Army |source = http://www.sbct.army.mil/Reconnaissance-Vehicle.html |date-created = 2010 |pub-country = USA |notes = |versions = }} 1
21:43, 28 May 2011 Stryker Brigade mobile-gun-system.jpg (file) Stryker_Brigade_mobile-gun-system.jpg 38 KB {{Image_Details|pd |description = Stryker Brigade mobile-gun-system. |author = US Army |source = http://www.sbct.army.mil/mobile-gun-system.html |date-created = 2010 |pub-country = USA |notes = |versions = }} 1
21:39, 28 May 2011 Stryker Brigade NBC-Reconnaissance.jpg (file) Stryker_Brigade_NBC-Reconnaissance.jpg 39 KB {{Image_Details|pd |description = Stryker Brigade NBC-Reconnaissance. |author = US Army |source = http://www.sbct.army.mil/NBC-Reconnaissance.html |date-created = 2010 |pub-country = USA |notes = |versions = }} 1
21:31, 28 May 2011 Stryker Brigade Commander's-Vehicle.jpg (file) Stryker_Brigade_Commander's-Vehicle.jpg 59 KB {{Image_Details|pd |description = Stryker Brigade Commander's-Vehicle. |author = US Army |source = http://www.sbct.army.mil/Commander's-Vehicle.html |date-created = 2010 |pub-country = USA |notes = |versions = }} 1
21:24, 28 May 2011 Stryker Brigade Fire-Support-Vehicle.jpg (file) Stryker_Brigade_Fire-Support-Vehicle.jpg 50 KB {{Image_Details|pd |description = Stryker Brigade Mortar-Carrier.jpg |author = US Army |source = http://www.sbct.army.mil/Fire-Support-Vehicle.html |date-created = 2010 |pub-country = USA |notes = |versions = }} 1
21:17, 28 May 2011 Stryker Brigade Mortar-Carrier.jpg (file) Stryker_Brigade_Mortar-Carrier.jpg 42 KB {{Image_Details|pd |description = Stryker Brigade Mortar-Carrier.jpg |author = US Army |source = http://www.sbct.army.mil/Mortar-Carrier.html |date-created = 2010 |pub-country = USA |notes = |versions = }} 1
14:33, 28 May 2011 Watercooled M2 Browning heavy machine gun on the USS Wyoming (AG-17) in 1941.jpg (file) Watercooled_M2_Browning_heavy_machine_gun_on_the_USS_Wyoming_(AG-17)_in_1941.jpg 396 KB {{Image_Details|pd |description = Watercooled M2 Browning heavy machine gun on the USS Wyoming (AG-17) in 1941. |author = USMC |source = http://www.marines.mil/news/publications/Documents/Infamous%20Day-Marine%20at%20Pearl%20Harbor%207%20Dec%201941%20PCN%2019000311600_2.pdf |date-created = 1942 |pub-country = USA |notes = |versions = }} 1
14:19, 28 May 2011 5 inch anti aircraft gun on the USS Astoria (CA-34) in 1942.jpg (file) 5_inch_anti_aircraft_gun_on_the_USS_Astoria_(CA-34)_in_1942.jpg 252 KB {{Image_Details|pd |description = 5 inch anti aircraft gun on the USS Astoria (CA-34) in 1942 |author = USMC |source = http://www.marines.mil/news/publications/Documents/Infamous%20Day-Marine%20at%20Pearl%20Harbor%207%20Dec%201941%20PCN%2019000311600_2.pdf |date-created = 1942 |pub-country = USA |notes = |versions = }} 1
15:43, 24 May 2011 Unidentified Point Class 82-foot Coast Guard cutter underway, circa 1991.jpg (file) Unidentified_Point_Class_82-foot_Coast_Guard_cutter_underway,_circa_1991.jpg 72 KB {{Image_Details|pd |description = Unidentified Point Class 82-foot Coast Guard cutter underway, circa 1991. |author = USCG |source = http://www.uscg.mil/history/webcutters/Point_Class_WPB_Index.asp |date-created = 1991 |pub-country = USA |notes = |versions = }} 1
15:14, 24 May 2011 USCGC Point Steele 1968 1 sm.jpg (file) USCGC_Point_Steele_1968_1_sm.jpg 65 KB different resolution 2
15:09, 24 May 2011 USCGC Point Highland 1965 1.jpg (file) USCGC_Point_Highland_1965_1.jpg 61 KB {{Image_Details|pd |description = USCGC Point_Harris |author = USCG |source = http://www.uscg.mil/history/webcutters/Point_Class_WPB_Index.asp |date-created = 1965 |pub-country = USA |notes = |versions = }} 1
15:07, 24 May 2011 USCGC Point Harris 1.jpg (file) USCGC_Point_Harris_1.jpg 155 KB {{Image_Details|pd |description = USCGC Point_Harris |author = USCG |source = http://www.uscg.mil/history/webcutters/Point_Class_WPB_Index.asp |date-created = 1960s |pub-country = USA |notes = |versions = }} 1
03:21, 24 May 2011 Updated deepwater poster, circa 2006.jpg (file) Updated_deepwater_poster,_circa_2006.jpg 182 KB {{Image_Details|pd |description = updated deepwater poster, circa 2006. |author = USCG |source = http://www.uscg.mil/acquisition/deepwater/history.asp |date-created = 2006 |pub-country = USA |notes = |versions = }} 1
00:16, 24 May 2011 The Lady B, formerly the USCGC Point Brown, in NYC -b.jpg (file) The_Lady_B,_formerly_the_USCGC_Point_Brown,_in_NYC_-b.jpg 1.11 MB {{Image_Details |description = The Lady B, formerly the USCGC Point Brown, in NYC. Original caption: :''USCG Auxiliary Facility Lady B (The former USCG Cutter Point Brown) owned by Auxiliarist Stew Sutherland, Flotilla 14-1 was photographed by Guenther Hennig while on a cruise. The MV Grand Princess was docked at the Brooklyn Passenger Terminal. Guenther, who resides in Venice, Florida and is a member of Flotilla 86 in District 7, was looking southeast toward the Manhattan Island area when he sighted the Cutter. |author = Guenther Hennig via [http://www.flickr.com/people/40238948@N07 US Coast Guard Auxiliary] |copyright = |source = [http://www.flickr.com/photos/uscgaux/3702896621/ USCG Auxiliary Facility Lady B] |date-created = 2007-10-27 15:54 |pub-country = USA |notes = |versions = }} {{cc-by-2.0}} 1
19:40, 23 May 2011 USCGC Diamondback, a Marine Protector cutter.jpg (file) USCGC_Diamondback,_a_Marine_Protector_cutter.jpg 87 KB {{Image_Details|pd |description = USCGC Diamondback, a Marine Protector cutter. Original caption: :''GULF OF MEXICO—Diamondback, an 87-foot Coastal Patrol Boat, makes way during builder’s trials in October. In November, the vessel will be delivered to St. Petersburg, Fla., on its way to home port at Miami. Diamondback will be the 69th Marine Protector-class vessel in Coast Guard service. Other users include the U.S. Navy and the Republic of Malta. U.S. Coast Guard photo |author = USCG |source = http://www.uscg.mil/acquisition/newsroom/pdf/CG9newsletterOct08sup.pdf |date-created = 2008-10 |pub-country = USA |notes = |versions = }} 1
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