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|443k||Newspaper photo of Sea-Land Steamship Co.'s.SS Sea-Land Galloway fitting out at Bremen, Germany in 1972.||Gerhard Mueller-Debus|
|53k||SS Sea-Land Galloway underway, date and location unknown.
Photos courtesy www.photoship.co.uk/
|USNS Antares (T-AKR-294)
|201k||USNS Antares (T-AKR-294) underway, date and location unknown.
US Navy photo.
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|1432k||USNS Antares (T-AKR-294) taking on vehicles and equipment in Bremerhaven, Germany, during Operation "Reforger 86", 9 February 1986.
Department of Defense photo # DA-SC-87-04275, a US Army Signal Corps photo now in the collections of Defense Imagery
|671k|| M-60 main battle tanks are lined up in the staging area at the Dundalk Marine Terminal, Baltimore, MD., 20 February 1986 after being offloaded from USNS Antares (T-AKR-294) in background. The tanks were used by the 32nd Separate Infantry Brigade (Mechanized), Wisconsin Army National Guard, during Exercise REFORGER '86.
Photo taken by Nathaniel McBride. dod.osd.mil ID: DA-ST-8704189
|244k||USNS Antares (T-AKR-294) and USNS Capella (T-AK-293) moored in their berths at the inner harbor at Baltimore, MD., 1994.||Photos by Cody Shaffer|
|65k||USNS Antares (T-AKR-294) at anchor in the Bay of Gibraltar, 12 September 1995.||Photo by Daniel Ferro|
|116k||USNS Antares (T-AKR-294) moored pierside at Charleston, S.C. while loading out in support of the Gulf war, June 2005.||Jack Treutle|
|41k||USNS Antares (T-AKR-294) underway, date and location unknown.||Photo by Peter Westdijk the Netherlands|
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