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|994k||Self-propelled Garbage Lighter YG-37 moored at Coco Solo, Canal Zone, November 1944. Shown (left to right): MOMM2/C B.T. Koentopp; S2/C E.W. Mauthe; F1/C G. H. Prahm; Maziarz; BM1/C J. B. Rivers; and S2/C G.W. Carson.
Note the NA date of 10 October 1944 must be incorrect, as YG-37 did not arrive in the Canal Zone until 27 October, a day earlier than the convoy she straggled from.
80-G-289801, a US Navy photo now in the collections of the National Archives.
|879k||Self-propelled Garbage Lighter YG-37 moored at Coco Solo, Canal Zone, November 1944. Operated by enlisted men only and safely brought back to port having lost contact with convoy of which it was part. Shown (left to right): S2/C E.V. McFadden; S2/C C.T. Martin; S2/C E.W. Mauth; S2/C T.H. Maziarz; S2/C C.W. Carson; F1/C G.H. Frahm; MOMM2/C B.T. Koentopp; BM1/C T.B. Rivers and F/2C G. Garcia [note spelling differences between the two captions].
80-G-289802, a US Navy photo now in the collections of the National Archives.
|879k||YG-37 in reserve at Norfolk, date unknown. Attack transports Mountrail (APA-213) and Sandoval (APA-194) are moored in the background.|
Postcard from Ted Stone collection.
|164k||Zingara, ex-YG-37 moored at San Juan, PR, 30 January 1975. Photo copyright George Schneider.||George Schneider|
|123k||Zingara, ex-YG-37 moored at San Juan, PR, 21 January 1976. Photo copyright George Schneider.||George Schneider|
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