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|154k||Natick (YTB-760) and Piqua (YTB-793) assisting USS Hunley (AS-31) into her anchorage at Holy Loch, Scotland. USS Simon Lake (AS-33) is on Hunley's opposite side, with masts, cranes and stack visible, June 1966. Photograph was received in June 1992.
US Navy photo # NH 96831 from the collections of the US Naval Historical Center.
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|104k||Piqua (YTB-793) with Natick (YTB-760) alongside to port, assists USS George Washington Carver (SSBN-656) at Holy Loch, Scotland, date unknown.
Photo courtesy National Association of Fleet Tug Sailors, contributed by Jim Coombs.
|655k||Natick (YTB-760) in the Holy Loch, Scotland in the winter of 1988. In the background is the village of Kilmun.||LCDR Max Bassett (Ret.)|
|49k||Natick (YTB-760) out of service, circa 2003, location unknown. Photo courtesy tugboatinformation.com||Robert Hurst|
|750k||Natick (YTB-760) SUBRON 14 emblem.||LCDR Max Bassett (Ret.)|
|977k||Ex-Natick (YTB-760) in commercial service moored at Mystic Marine Services pier, Boston, MA., 4 August 2007.||US Naval Historical Center|
|921k||Model of Natick (YTB-760) in the water with the model of Imara alongside.||Rob Reeves via Douglas Ebert|
|2499k||Model of Natick (YTB-760) with her builder and owner, Jack Ramsay, nearest the tug model.||Ron Reeves via Douglas Ebert|
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