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|166k||"The log periodic antenna on the foremast - used for communications, can be tilted down for going under bridges. The quad helix antenna on the starboard wing, and the single helix on the port are used for tracking missiles, and the whip antennas used for communications. The USNS Range Recoverer T-AGM-2) also had a state of the art sonar that was directional, and could be tilted 2º above the horizon to the bottom. One could see the navigation buoy mooring chains, and channel when approaching a harbor, etc., and could also locate pingers on objects." Captain Robert W. Broom, Master USNS Range Recoverer.
US Navy photo
|Courtesy CAPT. Robert (Bob) Broom, Master USNS Range Recoverer
via Carl R. Friberg Jr.
|206k||USNS Range Recoverer (T-AGM-2) under way, date and location unknown.||Carl R. Friberg Jr.|
|40k||USNS Range Recoverer (T-AGM-2) under way, date and location unknown.
US Navy photo.
|92k||USNS Range Recoverer (T-AGM-2) under way, date and location unknown.
US Navy photo, Military Sea Transportation Service photo.
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