Having a total length of 122.40 mi (196.98 km), the Turnpike's southern terminus begins at Interstate 295 (I-295) near the border of Pennsville and Carneys Point Townships in Salem County, one mile east of the Delaware Memorial Bridge.
6, serving about 2 miles offshore from Succonnessett Point near New Seabury. The vessel was to have a "crew" of electronic devices operating automatically or controlled by radio from shore.
116 Chesapeake being re-supplied on station in about 1935. 116 served on the Chesapeake station from 1933-19-1965. Lists virtually every detail available on each vessel, when and where built, cost, sister ships, design, length, propulsion, when and where it served, construction notes and modifications through the years, station assignments, masters and mates, illuminating apparatus, fog signals, final disposition and much more. Most difficult to find and the ultimate reference on the subject. While on their last watch, the crew spots a foundering boat whose crew they rescue, leading to a tense drama that takes place as the true mission of rescued sailors is revealed. Original on newsprint is in as new condition, clean, crisp, bright. She was reassigned as a relief ship on the Massachusetts coastline from 196775, and then renamed Nantucket II when she was reassigned to Nantucket Shoals. She was reassigned as a relief ship on the Massachusetts coastline from 196775, and then renamed Nantucket II when she was reassigned to Nantucket Shoals. The Freighter SS Green Bay, outbound from New York Harbor in dense fog and zero visibility, collided with the USCG Lightship RELIEF No. Lists virtually every detail available on each vessel, when and where built, cost, sister ships, design, length, propulsion, when and where it served, construction notes and modifications through the years, station assignments, masters and mates, illuminating apparatus, fog signals, final disposition and much more. Most difficult to find and the ultimate reference on the subject. During this time passing vessels collided with the lightship on 21 occasions. Cost of the new ship was $375, 000 --just half of a manned lightship. Clear close b/w press photo provides great detail of WLV-189 at the pier. Cost of the new ship was $375, 000 --just half of a manned lightship. Lightships were often called floating lighthouses - they were stationed where it would not be practicable to place a lighthouse, in exposed and dangerous locations, such as, far out to sea in deep water, close in to shore with soft sandy bottoms or treacherous and shifting shoals, in busy shipping channels or wherever maritime needs dictated. Jay Mc Carthy, served 2 years on the RELIEF Lightship LV-78/WAL-505. 101 moored as a museum on the shores of the Chesapeake.
Photo is b/w and includes date and description on back. Dog patrols were usually conducted at night and consisted of a dog and dog handler.
A Navy surplus Curtiss OU-1C was located and an agreement was made for the Coast Guard to utilize it for a period of a year. This rare image includes 25 riderswith some horses falling in the soft sand. Photo measures 8 x 10 and shows her fitted out for her World War II duties in Greenland. The Cabin Picket Boat (38ft.) were self-bailing but not self-righting; 38ft. Close view of this workhorse of the fleet at the time.
Clear, close, original 8 x 10 press photo shows excellent detail as Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau, Jr. Harry Hammond, Commandant of the Coast Guard, inspect the first of a fleet of Chance Vaught Pursuit-type planes destined for use in patrolling the U. Photo is b/w and includes date and description on back. Clear, close view, great detail of early Coast Guard crew and uniform, etc. notes that: It was at Section Base 7, located at Gloucester, Massachusetts that LCDR Carl Von Paulson, a Coast Guard Aviator and the Commanding Officer, approached LCDR Stephen S. Following a refit, the bear left Boston in 1933 under the command of Lieutenant (j.g.) Robert A. She took part in the capture of the Norwegian trawler Buskoe, which had been fitted out by the Germans to transmit weather reports and information on Allied ship movements. maximum draft; 16500lbs.; single gasoline engine of various makes and models with single propeller; maximum speed 24-25kts.; 240gal. NAS Richmond ceased operations in November, 1945 with portions of the facility becoming a University of Miami South Campus and the Miami Metrozoo.
This ship was one of four sisters: the TAMPA, MODOC, HAIDA, and MOJAVE. Clear, close, original 8 x 10 press photo shows excellent detail of Lieutenant Commander Stephen S. Commander Yeandle had a long career in the Coast Guard, distinguishing himself by his enthusiasm and his ability to find solutions to problems. Byrd, USN, was looking for a vessel suitable for operating in ice in his Second Antarctic Expedition. In 1941, shortly after her return from the Antarctic, the Bear was assigned to the Greenland Patrol. One of these facilities was Naval Air Station, Richmond, Florida. NSGA Richmond was decommissioned and closed in July, 1957.
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The Turnpike is a major thoroughfare providing access to various localities in New Jersey, as well as Delaware, Pennsylvania, and New York.