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|104k||Divers working from YSD-2 work to raise USS Allegheny (AT-19) in 1922. The tug had been holed and sunk after being struck by the propeller of the collier USS Orion (AC-11). The ships were at Naval Air Station; Pensacola, FL. Note the two Eagle class patrol boats moored in the background.
US Navy and Marine Corps Museum/Naval Aviation Museum, photo #'s 1989.119.001.030, and 1989.119.001.017 as part of a post-WW1 photograph album of NAS Pensacola.
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