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|USNS Furman (T-AK-280) underway, date and location unknown.
US Navy photo from MSTS Mariner magazine
|Carl R Friberg Jr
|USNS Furman (T-AK-280) alongside USS Proteus (AS-19) at at Polaris Point, Apra Harbor, Guam, 4 September 1965.
|US Naval History and Heritage Command
|Left to right;
USS Kamehameha (SSBN-642),
USS Hunley (AS-31)
USNS Furman (T-AK-280),
USS Proteus (AS-19) and
USS Stonewall Jackson (SSBN-634) The two submarines are receiving regular routine maintenance and upkeep. Hunley is in the process of relieving Proteus, and Furman is providing both tenders with spare parts and groceries on her regular monthly trip Guam. Hunley will be in Guam for about five months while Proteus is in overhaul at the Ship Repair Facility, Guam. The background shows the peninsula of Polaris Point.
Photo from "All Hands" magazine, July 1968.
|Joe Radigan MACM USN Ret.
|USNS Furman (T-AK-280) moored at Ford Island, Naval Station Pearl Harbor, HI., in January 1969.
|Overhead view of USNS Furman (T-AK-280) underway with assistance of tugs in the harbor at San Diego, CA., date unknown.
|USNS Furman (T-AK-280) underway in Agana Bay, Guam, 1 August 1981.
U.S. Navy photo by PH1 Winfrey, USN. This image is available in the holdings of the National Archives and Records Administration, cataloged under the National Archives Identifier (NAID) 6451569
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