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Sea-Land Services Inc.
|48k||SS Sea-Land Market arriving at Bremerhaven, Germany in August 1976.||Photo by Gerhard Mueller-Debus|
|77k||Sea-Land Steamship Co.'s.SS Sea-Land Market underway, date and location unknown.||Mike Hibbard|
|USNS Pollux (T-AKR-290)
|397k||USNS Pollux (T-AKR-290) anchored in the harbor off the Port of Pusan, South Korea, 19 October 1998. USNS
Pollux is loading vehicles onto an Army Logistics Support Vessel (LSV) which will then transport the vehicles from Pollux to Pier 8 at the Port
Top photo US Department of Defense photo # 981019-A-6207H-530, a US Army Signal Corps photo by SPC Christina Anne Horn.
Bottom photo US Navy
MSC web site
|45k||USNS Pollux (T-AKR-290) at anchor in the Bay of Gibraltar, 21 November 1995||Photo by Daniel Ferro|
|56k||USNS Pollux (T-AKR-290) at anchor in the Bay of Gibraltar, 21 November 1995||Photo by Peter Westdijk, the Netherlands|
|72k||USNS Pollux (T-AKR-290) moored at Norfolk & Western Railroad's Lambert Point Pier # O on the Elizabeth River, at Norfolk, VA., 13 May 2000.
US Navy photo # 000513-N-4912M-022, by Don S. Montgomery, from the collections of the Defense Visual Information Center.
|SS Pollux (AKR-290) MARAD RRF
|101k||SS Pollux (AKR-290) in drydock at the former Philadelphia Naval Shipyard, now Penn Ship, 11 February 2009||Photos by Ed Zajkowski|
|238k||SS Pollux (AKR-290) undergoing repairs at Boston's Drydock Number 3, 28 October 2014.
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