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|437k||Foster Wheeler advertisement featured in the US Naval Institute Proceedings featuring YFP-10.||Ron Reeves|
|112k||YFP-10 arriving at San Juan, Puerto Rico, 19 July 1955 being leased to the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority. Photo by Luis de Casenave of the newspaper El Mundo.||Orlando Gallardo, Jr.|
|216k||YFP-10 being towed stern first, date and location unknown.
US Navy photo from US Navy Memorial.
|212k||YFP-10 in a permanent mooring, date and location unknown.
US Navy photo from the collections of the US Navy Memorial.
|95k||YFP-10 under tow to Thule, Greenland, circa early 1961 to provide power to the Ballistic Missile Early Warning System. This ship was built as Duval (AK-177) but was canceled at the end of the war and completed as a merchant ship. She was converted to a non-self propelled power barge between 1952 and 1954 and given a protective cellular coating to insulate her against cold Arctic weather.
US Naval History and Heritage Command, photo
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