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Views of Hazard at Freedom Park, Omaha Nebraska

Hazard (MSF 240)


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Freedom Park Images Contributed by Brian M Kirchhoff
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Interior photos of Hazard courtesy of Bill Lee of Freedom Park Inc., Omaha, NE via George Harper

1. Anchor windlass room

2. Armory

3. Captain's Head

4. Captain's Stateroom

5. Crew's berthing

6. Crew's mess

7. Chart Room
Radio Direction Finder operating pedestal

8. Switchboard

9. Engineer Officer Stateroom
Uniform on bulkhead is that of a Motor Machinist
Mate 2/c (MoMM2/c)

10. Forward engineroom
Engine in the foreground is a General Motors 8-268A and drives a Ships Service generator. Engine in background is a Cooper-Bessemer GSB-8 main engine

11. Galley

12. Gyro Compass Room

13. Chart room

14. Officer's Quarters

15. Officer's Stateroom

16. Radioroom with code equipment

17. Chart Room

18. Officer's Pantry

19. Crew galley and scullery

20. Ships Laundry

21. Sick Bay
The uniform hanging on the medicine cabinet is that of a Hospital Corpsman 1st Class (HM1) while the uniform on the bunk is that of a Pharmacist's Mate 1/c (PhM1/c) which became Hospital Corpsman in 1947. The gold cloth emblem on the right breast is a "Ruptured Duck" signifying the member was honorably discharged

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22. Ships Office

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