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|105k||USS Salvager (ARSD-3) moored pierside, date and location unknown, circa 1950s.||Robert Hurst|
|101k||USS Baldwin (DD-624) at right during operations to refloat her at Montauk Point, Long Island, N.Y., at 1030 hrs. 28 April 1961. The "mothballed" destroyer had broken free from her towline, 16 April 1961, and drifted ashore. Among the ships engaged in the salvage effort are USS Hoist (ARS-40), USS Salvage (ARSD-3), USS Windlass (ARSD-4) and a fleet tug (ATF). photographed from an aircraft based at Naval Air Station Quonset Point, R. I. Baldwin was towed seaward by USS Luiseno (ATF-156), bottom left, and USS Recovery (ARS-43), top left, and sunk by their gunfire, in 200 fathoms. Both Salvager and Windlass (ARSD-4), participated in towing her off the beach.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 99108
|66k||USS Salvager (ARSD-3) underway in August 1965, location unknown.||USS LSM / LSMR Association|
|55k||USS Salvager (ARSD-3) underway, date and location unknown.||USS LSM / LSMR Association|
|93k||USS Salvager (ARSD-3) underway in New York Harbor, early 1960s.||©Richard Leonhardt|
|73k||USS Salvager (ARSD-3) moored pierside with Bristol (DD-857) at the Boston Naval Shipyard, date unknown.
Note: USS Constitution rigging visible in background
|53k||USS Windless (ARSD-4) at left and USS Salvager (ARSD-3) at right working together, date and location unknown.||USS LSM /LSMR Association|
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