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|51k||Weehawken (YTB-776) underway in the Great Lakes, probably during builders acceptance trials, circa 1965.
Photo from the Bowling Green University, Historical Collection of th Great Lakes.
|Joe Radigan MACM USN Ret.|
|1276k||Weehawken (YTB-776) foreground and another tug maneuvers the combat stores ship USS White Planes (AFS-4) back toward the water after she ran aground at Polaris Point, Apra Harbor, 30 August 1992. USS White Plains dragged her anchor across Apra Harbor and ran aground after heavy winds broke the vessel free from her moorings when Typhoon Omar passed through the area on August 28th.
DVIC photo # DN-SN-93-00088 a US Navy photo by PH2 John Gay, USN, now in the collections of the Defense Visual Information Center.
|Defense Visual Information Center|
|380k||Weehawken (YTB-776) working alongside a ship at Naval Station Midway Island, circa 1967-68. Craftmaster was BM1 Don Hunter, Chief Engineer, EN1 Tom Kincaid is on 01 deck, deckhand facing camera furtherest forward handling line is EMFN Camillo Borruso, 2nd deck hand from bow with back to camera is ENFN Frank Byrne, 3rd deckhand closer to camera is SN Stafford and 4th deckhand is SN White. Caption contributed by EM2 Camillo Borruso YTB-776||Ramon Jackson|
|238k||YON-90 and tug Weehawken (YTB-776), lying where they were beached by super typhoon Paka at Naval Station Marianas, Guam, 17 December 1997. DoD photo by Chief Petty Officer Alan Kiniry, U.S. Navy. DoD Photo 971216-N-1505K-005||Robert Hurst|
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