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Port Security Unit 307 members line up in formation during a homecoming ceremony after returning home from a nine-month deployment to Guantanamo Bay, Feb. 27, 2017.
Coast Guard Port Security Unit 307 returns home from 9-month deployment
Port Security Unit 307 members line up in formation during a homecoming ceremony after returning home from a nine-month deployment to Guantanamo Bay, Feb. 27, 2017.
A Joint Task Force Guantanamo Trooper reassembles the propeller hub on a 32-foot Transportable Port Security Boat after routine maintenance, July 21, 2016 on U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Every TPSB is required to go through weekly, monthly and annual maintenance depending on their hours in service. (Released
USCG: Engineers Keep the Propellers Spinning
A Joint Task Force Guantanamo Trooper reassembles the propeller hub on a 32-foot Transportable Port Security Boat after routine maintenance, July 21, 2016 on U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Every TPSB is required to go through weekly, monthly and annual maintenance depending on their hours in service. (Released
Staff Sgt. Daniel Weybright, a geographic intelligence specialist with Battlefield Surveillance Company, 2nd Intelligence Battalion, prepares to test the depth of the water off the coast of Oak Island, N.C., Aug. 31, 2016. U.S. Marines with the battalion teamed up with U.S. Coast Guardsmen at USCG Station Oak Island, N.C., to create a topographical layout of waterways that were previously unidentifiable. The new maps will correct navigation discrepancies such as off-station buoys or extinguished lights. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Kaitlyn V. Klein)
Uncharted Waters: Marines, Coast Guardsmen navigate the water
Staff Sgt. Daniel Weybright, a geographic intelligence specialist with Battlefield Surveillance Company, 2nd Intelligence Battalion, prepares to test the depth of the water off the coast of Oak Island, N.C., Aug. 31, 2016. U.S. Marines with the battalion teamed up with U.S. Coast Guardsmen at USCG Station Oak Island, N.C., to create a topographical layout of waterways that were previously unidentifiable. The new maps will correct navigation discrepancies such as off-station buoys or extinguished lights. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Kaitlyn V. Klein)
U.S. Marines with Battlefield Surveillance Company, 2nd Intelligence Battalion, and U.S. Coast Guardsmen boat through channels and survey the water off the coast of Oak Island, N.C., Aug. 31, 2016. The Marines teamed up with the Coast Guardsmen at USCG Station Oak Island, N.C., to create a topographical layout of waterways that were previously unidentifiable. The new maps will correct navigation discrepancies such as off-station buoys or extinguished lights. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Kaitlyn V. Klein)
Uncharted Waters: Marines, Coast Guardsmen navigate the water
U.S. Marines with Battlefield Surveillance Company, 2nd Intelligence Battalion, and U.S. Coast Guardsmen boat through channels and survey the water off the coast of Oak Island, N.C., Aug. 31, 2016. The Marines teamed up with the Coast Guardsmen at USCG Station Oak Island, N.C., to create a topographical layout of waterways that were previously unidentifiable. The new maps will correct navigation discrepancies such as off-station buoys or extinguished lights. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Kaitlyn V. Klein)