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|58k||USNS Paul Buck (T-AOT-1122) under way, date and location unknown.
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|77k||USNS Paul Buck (T-AOT-1122) seafarers earned praise for their efforts in Operation Deep Freeze 2005. Pictured near the vessel in Antarctic early in 2005 are (kneeling, from left) QMED Joseph Benevente, AB Dio Bermudez, (standing from left) Unlicensed Apprentice John Yi, AB Albert Wambach, AB Carlos Burroughs, Steward Norman Jackson, AB Carlos Machado Gomez, GSU Adolphus Young, DEU Romero Jomoc, GSU Ahmed Hussain, Chief Cook Nathalie Norie, Pumpman Micah Miller, QMED Orlando Pajarillo and Bosun Philip Corl.
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|70k||USNS Paul Buck (T-AOT-1122) under way, date and location unknown.||Photo by Peter Westdijk, the Netherlands|
|76k||USNS Paul Buck (T-AOT-1122) passing under the Golden Gate Bridge in bound San Francisco Bay, 6 October 2005.||Photo by CAPT. Jack C. Goldthorpe, USCG Ret.|
|193k||USNS Paul Buck (T-TAO-1122) mooring at the ice pier, at Antarctica, 27 January 2910.
Photo by Eli Duke
|549k||For more than 30 years, Military Sealift Command has participated in Operation Deep Freeze, the annual operation that re-supplies McMurdo Station in Antarctica. USNS Paul Buck (T-AOT-1122), right front, US Coast Guard icebreaker USCGC Polar Star, left front, research vessel R/V Nathaniel B. Palmer, left rear, and Russian icebreaker M/V Krasin, right rear, arrive at McMurdo Station. Photo courtesy of M/V American Tern. Military Sealift Command Year in Review 2005||Bill Gonyo|
|200k||USNS Paul Buck (AOT-1122) 2007 Antarctic replenishment season photos.||Jack Treutle|
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