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Two U.S. Navy Torpedo Boats at the Norfolk Navy Yard, Virginia, circa late 1905. These are probably USS Porter (Torpedo Boat # 6) and USS DeLong (Torpedo Boat # 28). The decommissioned cruiser San Francisco is at left and the …
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If you have family or friends stationed in Iraq, be sure to send whatever mail you have to them by Nov. 17, which is the last day the U.S. Postal Service is accepting, or processing mail to Iraq.

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Salvage of USS F-4 (SS-23), April-August 1915. Salvage pontoons on the surface, off Honolulu, Hawaii, circa 29 August 1915, after the final lifting of the sunken submarine in preparation for towing her into Honolulu harbor. Note wooden protective sheathing around …
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USCGC Tampa (Coast Guard Cutter, 1912). Photographed in harbor, prior to World War I. Completed in 1912 as the U.S. Revenue Cutter Miami, this ship was renamed Tampa in February 1916. On 26 September 1918, while operating in the English …
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On Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2011, we hosted a DoDLive Bloggers Roundtable with Maj. Ed Pulido (U.S. Army, retired), of the Real Warriors Campaign. The Real Warriors Campaign is a multimedia public education initiative from the Department of Defense designed to …
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