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USS Houston, the nuclear submarine version.

It maintains and operates facilities in support of US Navy fleet, sailors, marines and their family members engaged in the peacetime missions, deployments and contingency operations.

USS Anne Arundel (AP-76) photographed from USS Ancon (AGC-4) during the assault on Scoglitti, Sicily in July 1943. The photograph is dated 10 July 1943, the date of the landings, but it was probably taken slightly earlier because the ship still has a full load of landing craft.

USS Anne Arundel photographed from USS Ancon during the assault on Scoglitti, Sicily in July The photograph is dated 10 July the date of the landings, but it was probably taken slightly earlier because the ship still has a full load of landing craft.

47th Bombardment Group - this book briefly mentions the USAT Anne Arundel and how the 47th was transported via her during Operation Torch.

Bombardment Group - this book briefly mentions the USAT Anne Arundel and how the was transported via her during Operation Torch.

France began work on the canal in 1881, but had to stop because of engineering problems and high mortality due to disease. The United States...

On February the United States and the United Kingdom sign a treaty for the Panama Canal.

"The Sonarman's War: A Memoir of Submarine Chasing and Mine Sweeping in World War II" by H.G. Jones, is a memoir of a U.S. Navy sonarman aboard a wooden submarine chaser operating from Africa and Sicily during the Allied invasions at Anzio and Southern France. He also served on two fleet mine sweepers in the Okinawa, Formosa and China operations. Note: this memoir mentions....the skipper from the transport Anne Arundel let his mess attendant share ice cream with us.

"The Sonarman's War: A Memoir of Submarine Chasing and Mine Sweeping in World War II" by H.G. Jones, is a memoir of a U.S. Navy sonarman aboard a wooden submarine chaser operating from Africa and Sicily during the Allied invasions at Anzio and Southern France. He also served on two fleet mine sweepers in the Okinawa, Formosa and China operations. Note: this memoir mentions....the skipper from the transport Anne Arundel let his mess attendant share ice cream with us.

This book, "With Utmost Spirit: Allied Naval Operations in the Mediterranean, 1942-1945"  by Barbara Tomblin very briefly mentions the USS Anne Arundel - AP 76, during WWII.

This book, "With Utmost Spirit: Allied Naval Operations in the Mediterranean, by Barbara Tomblin very briefly mentions the USS Anne Arundel - AP during WWII.

View from the bow on a foggy morning.  USS North Carolina (BB 55)  mw

View from the bow on a foggy morning.

182 Concord Street, Portland, 1924

Dwelling - Single family at 182 Concord Street in Deering, Portland, was owned by Joseph Sawyer in

Seth Curtis Beach personal letters

Seth Curtis Beach personal letters

This book, "WWII US Navy Vessls in Private Hands", mentions the USS Anne Arundel crewman Albert J. Michaud from Springfield, Massachusetts - Albert was an engineer on an LCVP, and he mortally wounded by a machine gun bullet at Omaha Beach during the "20th Wave" of D-Day.

This book, "WWII US Navy Vessls in Private Hands", mentions the USS Anne Arundel crewman Albert J. Michaud from Springfield, Massachusetts - Albert was an engineer on an LCVP, and he mortally wounded by a machine gun bullet at Omaha Beach during the "20th Wave" of D-Day.

HMS Lord Nelson, the last pre Dreadnought Battleship to be commissioned. Built by Palmers Shipbuilding & Iron Co, Jarrow, she was commissioned on 01/12/08. She was flagship of the Channel Fleet when WW I began,went to the Mediterranean in early '15 to participate in the Dardanelles Campaign. She became flagship of the Eastern Mediterranean Squadron. Moved to the Black Sea in '18 where she remained as flagship before returning to UK in May '19 & sold for scrap in '20.

The British Royal Navy couldn't have named a ship with a prouder name than this.

This link talks about the 86th Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron being transported from "Camp Shanks" New York on February 10th, 1944 to Cardiff, Whales on February 23, 1944. The rough journey is documented in the book, "The Super Sixth", by George F. Hofmann.

This link talks about the Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron being transported from "Camp Shanks" New York on February 1944 to Cardiff, Whales on February The rough journey is documented in the book, "The Super Sixth", by George F.

343 individual flags were raised to honor each of the cities bravest first responders who lost their lives 10 years ago. - For the 10th Anniversary of 9/11 Photo by Amy Laurel Hegy @A Tale of Two Tramps

343 individual flags were raised to honor each of the cities bravest first responders who lost their lives 10 years ago. - For the Anniversary of Photo by Amy Laurel Hegy Tale of Two Tramps

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