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|39k||Keyport (YF-885) moored at Naval Ammunition Deport, Bangor, WA., date unknown.
A US Navy photo now in the collections of Seattle NARA, Record Group 181, Unit History of U.S. Naval Magazine, Bangor, Washington.
|38k||Keyport (YF-885) in service as the Naval Torpedo Station Keyport firing craft, 16 July 1965, Naval Torpedo Station Keyport, WA.
US Navy photo.
|Naval Torpedo Station Keyport|
|14k||On board YF-885 to operate test equipment in support of the installation of the new Quinault Range, Andrea Boughner Medoff proved in 1980 that she dared go where no other woman had gone before-or rather she dared do what no other woman had done before: she slept overnight on a range craft. Andrea not only achieved that first for women, but also went on in 1987 to become the first woman to hold the position of department chief engineer.
Courtesy Historical Ships Association.
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