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U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Erin Wilkins, a squadron

U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Erin Wilkins, a squadron

U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Erin Wilkins, a squadron aviation resource manager with the 128th Airborne Command and Control Squadron, Georgia Air National Guard, verifies paperwork for the crew members boarding an... More

Lt. Col. Craig A. Giancaterino addresses the audience

Lt. Col. Craig A. Giancaterino addresses the audience

Lt. Col. Craig A. Giancaterino addresses the audience for the first time as the commander of the 385th Military Police Battalion during the unit’s change of command ceremony, July 10, 2020 at Fort Stewart, Geor... More

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Howard Holland, foreground,

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Howard Holland, foreground,

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Howard Holland, foreground, torques down the fin assembly attached to the end of a Mark 82 general purpose bomb, as Airman 1st Class James Mayo, background right, and Tech. Sgt. Tyler ... More

COLUMBUS, Ga. (June 18, 2018) -- Second Lt. Aireal

COLUMBUS, Ga. (June 18, 2018) -- Second Lt. Aireal

COLUMBUS, Ga. (June 18, 2018) -- Second Lt. Aireal Williams, 3rd Battalion, 16th Cavalry Regiment, talks with Douglas Wright June 12 at Open Door Community in Columbus, Georgia. Williams was at Open Door as par... More

A U.S. Army M1A2 Abrams Tank, with 2nd Squadron, 16th

A U.S. Army M1A2 Abrams Tank, with 2nd Squadron, 16th

A U.S. Army M1A2 Abrams Tank, with 2nd Squadron, 16th Calvary Regiment, conducts training maneuvers during Armor Basic Leaders Course at Ft. Benning, GA on Jan. 29, 2020. Armor Basic Leaders Course, led by 2nd ... More

Military Police Graduate From Ranger School

Military Police Graduate From Ranger School

Sgt. 1st Class Ricky Royals, left, Sgt. Marcus Emelio, center, and Sgt. Christopher McMurdy, right, proudly display their Ranger tabs. Each soldier recently graduated from the U.S. Army Ranger School and are s... More

FORT BENNING, Ga. – At Fort Benning Oct. 26, Sgt. 1st

FORT BENNING, Ga. – At Fort Benning Oct. 26, Sgt. 1st

FORT BENNING, Ga. – At Fort Benning Oct. 26, Sgt. 1st Class Shawn Buzzell, a U.S. Army drill sergeant, talks about basic training and Army life to young adults who have declared an interest in joining the Army.... More

U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Jason Scott, commander of the

U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Jason Scott, commander of the

U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Jason Scott, commander of the 116th Operations Support Squadron, Georgia Air National Guard, explains forms used on an E-8C Joint STARS to Mercer University upperclassmen at Robins Air F... More

Staff Sgt. Nicholas Maggio, a military police

Staff Sgt. Nicholas Maggio, a military police

Staff Sgt. Nicholas Maggio, a military police noncommissioned officer and squad leader assigned to 139th Military Police Company, 16th Military Police Brigade, leads members of his squad in physical readiness t... More

Staff Sgt. Kevin S. Peckenpaugh, 83rd Civil Affairs

Staff Sgt. Kevin S. Peckenpaugh, 83rd Civil Affairs

Staff Sgt. Kevin S. Peckenpaugh, 83rd Civil Affairs Battalion, 16th Military Police Brigade, performs a pushup during the 16th Military Police Brigade Soldier, Noncommissioned Officer and Officer of the Quarter... More

Spc. Christian Brown, data support team chief, and

Spc. Christian Brown, data support team chief, and

Spc. Christian Brown, data support team chief, and Spc. Ryan Pierce, satellite communications operator, both assigned to 586th Network Support Company, 525th Battlefield Surveillance Brigade, install a Very Sma... More

(FORT BENNING, GA) – An ABOLC Instructor passes a 120

(FORT BENNING, GA) – An ABOLC Instructor passes a 120

(FORT BENNING, GA) – An ABOLC Instructor passes a 120 mm training round to a student during an ammunition resupply, Feb. 9, 2017, here, at the Digital Multi-Purpose Range Complex (DMPRC). (Photo by: Patrick A. ... More

A detail of soldiers from 6th Squadron, 8th Cavalry

A detail of soldiers from 6th Squadron, 8th Cavalry

A detail of soldiers from 6th Squadron, 8th Cavalry Regiment, 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, showed the support of the division at the 16th Annual Back to School Rally by posting the c... More

Students from Mercer University's computer science

Students from Mercer University's computer science

Students from Mercer University's computer science department presented software solutions to members of Team JSTARS, Georgia Air National Guard, in Macon, Ga., Dec. 13, 2019. The upperclassmen created computer... More

Tech Sgt. Joe Joiner, 16th Airlift Squadron loadmaster,

Tech Sgt. Joe Joiner, 16th Airlift Squadron loadmaster,

Tech Sgt. Joe Joiner, 16th Airlift Squadron loadmaster, guides a member of the 78th Logistics Readiness Squadron, Robins Air Force Base, Ga., as they load a cargo pallet on to the C-17 Globemaster III at the Ro... More

FORT BENNING, Ga. (May 8, 2018) – Lt. Col. Wes Wilhite,

FORT BENNING, Ga. (May 8, 2018) – Lt. Col. Wes Wilhite,

FORT BENNING, Ga. (May 8, 2018) – Lt. Col. Wes Wilhite, newly the commander of 2nd Squadron, 15th Cavalry Regiment, talks following the squadron's activation ceremony. Re-engaging a history that extends back to... More

181129-N-AW702-013

181129-N-AW702-013

KINGS BAY, GA. (November 29, 2018) – Cmdr. John Hoyos, a dentist at Naval Branch Health Clinic Kings Bay, conducts an annual exam on Culinary Specialist 3rd Class Wesley Rogers. Hoyos, a native of Queens, New Y... More

Corporal Eugene Jacques Bullard during WWI and the

Corporal Eugene Jacques Bullard during WWI and the

Corporal Eugene Jacques Bullard during WWI and the bronze likeness of 2nd Lt. Bullard which now stands at the Museum of Aviation at Robins Air Force Base, Ga. Corporal Bullard image courtesy of the U.S. Air Force.

Veteran African American regiment, its band, among those to be honored at Fort Benning

Veteran African American regiment, its band, among those to be honored...

FORT BENNING, Ga. – Soldiers of the all-African American 24th Infantry Regiment and family members in 1941 outside the building here that housed the regiment's post exchange and snack bar. The building, which w... More

The Round House was built in 1938 and has served as

The Round House was built in 1938 and has served as

The Round House was built in 1938 and has served as a hunting lodge, Officers’ Club Annex and meeting hall for the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit. It survives as a local emblem from the World War II era and of the... More

FORT BENNING, Ga. –  Over Fryar Drop Zone at Fort Benning

FORT BENNING, Ga. – Over Fryar Drop Zone at Fort Benning

FORT BENNING, Ga. – Over Fryar Drop Zone at Fort Benning in August 2016, a U.S. Army paratrooper exits the rear of a C-130 aircraft. Fort Benning is birthplace of the U.S. Army Airborne, and home to the U.S. A... More

Savannah's Combat Readiness Training Center honors

Savannah's Combat Readiness Training Center honors

Savannah's Combat Readiness Training Center honors the men, American and Allied, who stormed ashore 70 years ago today, D-Day, on the beaches of Normandy, France. In 1943, Savannah's Combat Readiness Training C... More

Captain Harold Kite with his 1950 Daytona Victory Trophy

Captain Harold Kite with his 1950 Daytona Victory Trophy

Captain Harold Kite of the Georgia Army National Guard poses with his 1949 Lincoln and victory trophy from the 1950 Daytona stock car race. Kite, who commanded the Atlanta-based 201st Ordnance Medium Maintenanc... More

In this 1956 photo, Georgia Army National Guard Soldiers

In this 1956 photo, Georgia Army National Guard Soldiers

In this 1956 photo, Georgia Army National Guard Soldiers of the Atlanta-based 201st Ordnance Company load water pipe in response to a water crisis in Loganville. Four years later, the unit would respond to a wa... More

On Feb. 17, 1970, Georgia Army National Guard Specialist

On Feb. 17, 1970, Georgia Army National Guard Specialist

On Feb. 17, 1970, Georgia Army National Guard Specialist 4 Jerry Wood, 1st Sgt. Leland Bell and local resident Gene Padgett located two girls who had been missing for three days in Canton, Ga. The Soldiers were... More

Engineers of the Georgia Army National Guard conduct

Engineers of the Georgia Army National Guard conduct

Engineers of the Georgia Army National Guard conduct snow removal operations in Columbus Ga., Feb. 10, 1973 following extreme winter weather. Georgia Guard Archives

Georgia National Guard conducted a Black History Month

Georgia National Guard conducted a Black History Month

Georgia National Guard conducted a Black History Month Celebration in honor of African American Achievements, Feb 19 on Clay National Guard Center. Former President Gerald Ford officially recognized Black Histo... More

Colonel Joe Jackson and the family of Maj. Stephen

Colonel Joe Jackson and the family of Maj. Stephen

Colonel Joe Jackson and the family of Maj. Stephen Pless attend the unveiling of the citation dedicating the Georgia Army National Guard Armory in Newnan, Ga. in honor of the two Medal of Honor recipients April... More

A convoy of U.S. Army vehicles consolidate and refuel

A convoy of U.S. Army vehicles consolidate and refuel

A convoy of U.S. Army vehicles consolidate and refuel at the Ainazi-Inkla border crossing between Latvia and Estonia during a freedom of movement operation from Camp Adazi to Tapa June 3. The tactical vehicles ... More

The sidewalk leading to the 93rd Military Working Dog

The sidewalk leading to the 93rd Military Working Dog

The sidewalk leading to the 93rd Military Working Dog Detachment building, shown Nov. 5, 2019, is lined with paw prints and names of MWDs past, deemed “Guardians of the Night,” from a WWII MWD who killed severa... More

The Lasting Legacy of Command Chief Betty L. G. Morgan

The Lasting Legacy of Command Chief Betty L. G. Morgan

Command Chief Master Sgt. Betty L. G. Morgan poses for an official photo. Morgan was the first African American and first female Command Chief for the 165th Airlift Wing. Morgan also went on to serve as the fir... More

Maintenance workers at the Hartwell Power Plant perform

Maintenance workers at the Hartwell Power Plant perform

Maintenance workers at the Hartwell Power Plant perform repairs on Unit 5 during a scheduled biennial inspection in June 2016. The team improves operational efficiency by rehabilitating deficient generators in-... More

Embedded Behavioral Health clinic takes care of Sledgehammer Soldiers

Embedded Behavioral Health clinic takes care of Sledgehammer Soldiers

Lt. Cmdr. Heather A. Boyce-James, 3rd Armored Brigade Combat Team’s Embedded Behavioral Health clinic’s director, reads information provided by Rita Smith, a military family life consultant, during the EBH open... More

An F-15 aircraft sits alongside a new mobile maintenance

An F-15 aircraft sits alongside a new mobile maintenance

An F-15 aircraft sits alongside a new mobile maintenance stand designed and built by the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex 402nd Maintenance Group Plant Services Team at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, Aug. 1... More

Bo Rowland, 402nd Aircraft Maintenance Support Group

Bo Rowland, 402nd Aircraft Maintenance Support Group

Bo Rowland, 402nd Aircraft Maintenance Support Group Aerospace Ground Equipment power support mechanic, does a preventive maintenance check to a scissor lift at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, Aug. 14, 2020. Th... More

An F-15 aircraft sits alongside a new mobile maintenance

An F-15 aircraft sits alongside a new mobile maintenance

An F-15 aircraft sits alongside a new mobile maintenance stand designed and built by the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex 402nd Maintenance Group Plant Services Team at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, Aug. 1... More

Meeting Standards: WR-ALC completes modifications to C-17 fleet

Meeting Standards: WR-ALC completes modifications to C-17 fleet

An Altus Air Force Base C-17 aircraft stands ready at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, Sept. 8, 2020, for a Boeing flight crew to fly the aircraft back to its home station. The aircraft is the last C-17 to recei... More

Capt. Pierre Nelson, Aerospace and Operational Physiology

Capt. Pierre Nelson, Aerospace and Operational Physiology

Capt. Pierre Nelson, Aerospace and Operational Physiology Flight commander with the 461st Operations Support Squadron, uses the Reduced Oxygen Breathing Device at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, Jan. 24, 2020. ... More

Senior Airman Nathan Calloway, 53rd Weather Reconnaissance

Senior Airman Nathan Calloway, 53rd Weather Reconnaissance

Senior Airman Nathan Calloway, 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron loadmaster, checks the data collected during a storm mission into Hurricane Florence. The weather data is sent to the National Hurricane Cente... More

US COAST GUARD HELICOPTER CRASH

US COAST GUARD HELICOPTER CRASH

SAVANNAH, Georgia (Mar. 8)--Crewmembers Petty Officers 2nd Class Jason Lind and Harley Kelly from the Coast Guard Cutter Yellowfin assist crewmembers of the U.S. Marine Corp helicopter Angel One out of the wate... More

US COAST GUARD HELICOPTER CRASH

US COAST GUARD HELICOPTER CRASH

TYBEE ISLAND, Georgia (Mar. 9)--Crewmembers of the Coast Guard Cutter Yellowfin docked at Tybee Island, Ga., and a Coast Guard Chaplain give final right over the body of a passenger Satruday, March 9 from the c... More

US COAST GUARD HELICOPTER CRASH

US COAST GUARD HELICOPTER CRASH

SAVANNAH, Georgia (Mar. 8)--Crewmembers Petty Officers 2nd Class Jason Lind and Harley Kelly from the Coast Guard Cutter Yellowfin assist crewmembers of the U.S. Marine Corp helicopter Angel One out of the wate... More

This unidentifiable object is one of many World War

This unidentifiable object is one of many World War

This unidentifiable object is one of many World War II relics that still litter the beaches years after the historic 36-day battle for Iwo Jima. (Photo taken by then-Staff Sgt. Nathan L. Hanks Jr., March 14, 20... More

US COAST GUARD HOMELAND DEFENSE

US COAST GUARD HOMELAND DEFENSE

SAVANNAH, Ga. (Jan. 14, 2003)--Coast Guard crews patrol the waters of the Savannah River, just off the port side of the USNS Mendonca. The repositioning of military forces were required to support the Presiden... More

US COAST GUARD HOMELAND DEFENSE

US COAST GUARD HOMELAND DEFENSE

SAVANNAH, Ga. (Jan. 14, 2003)--Port Security Specialist 3rd Class Rodney Reynolds feels for proper tension on the military heavy tracked vehicle tie downs to ensure stability while the USNS Mendonca is underway... More

US COAST GUARD HOMELAND DEFENSE

US COAST GUARD HOMELAND DEFENSE

SAVANNAH, Ga. (Jan. 14, 2003)--Petty Officer 2nd class Jimmy Moore stands guard on the bow of the USNS Mendonca and Coast Guard boats patrol the waters below as countless containers are loaded onto the 950-foot... More

US COAST GUARD HOMELAND DEFENSE

US COAST GUARD HOMELAND DEFENSE

SAVANNAH, Ga. (Jan. 14, 2003)--Coast Guard crews patrol the waters of the Savannah River, just off the port side of the USNS Mendonca. The repositioning of military forces were required to support the Presiden... More

US COAST GUARD HOMELAND DEFENSE

US COAST GUARD HOMELAND DEFENSE

SAVANNAH, Ga. (Jan. 14, 2003)--Port Security Specialist 3rd Class Rodney Reynolds feels for proper tension on the military heavy tracked vehicle tie downs to ensure stability while the USNS Mendonca is underway... More

US COAST GUARD HOMELAND DEFENSE

US COAST GUARD HOMELAND DEFENSE

SAVANNAH, Ga. (Jan. 14, 2003)--Two Coast Guard boats cross paths while sharing the responsibility of enforcing a 300-yard temporary security zone around a naval vessel during a military loadout on the Savannah ... More

US COAST GUARD HOMELAND DEFENSE

US COAST GUARD HOMELAND DEFENSE

SAVANNAH, Ga. (Jan. 14, 2003)--One of hundreds of Army trucks that will be loaded onto the USNS Medonca gets a close look by Petty Officer 1st class David Cuddie (left) and Petty Officer Rodney Reynolds after a... More

US COAST GUARD HOMELAND DEFENSE

US COAST GUARD HOMELAND DEFENSE

SAVANNAH, Ga. (Jan. 14, 2003)--Petty Officer 3rd Class Peter Brooks volunteered to travel from Coast Guard Station Lake Worth Inlet, Fla., to the US Naval Station Mendonca in Savannah to stand eight-hour shifts... More

US COAST GUARD HOMELAND DEFENSE

US COAST GUARD HOMELAND DEFENSE

SAVANNAH, Ga. (Jan. 14, 2003)--Coast Guard crews patrol the waters of the Savannah River, just off the port side of the USNS Mendonca. The repositioning of military forces were required to support the Presiden... More

US COAST GUARD PORT INSPECTION

US COAST GUARD PORT INSPECTION

SAVANNAH, Ga. (Jan. 16, 2003)--Coast Guard Seventh Dsitrict Commander, Rear Adm. Jay Carmichael and Army Col. Pete Lennon, Commanding Officer of the 1189th Transportation Terminal Brigade look out over the Geor... More

US COAST GUARD HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS

US COAST GUARD HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS

ATLANTA, Ga. (Sept. 17, 2003)--Seventh Coast Guard District Command Center Supervisor, Lt. Cmdr. Carmen Bazzano and Federal Emergency Management Agency Regional Director, Ken Burris talk about preparations the ... More

US COAST GUARD HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS

US COAST GUARD HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS

ATLANTA, Ga. (Sept. 17, 2003)--Seventh Coast Guard District Command Center Supervisor, Lt. Cmdr. Carmen Bazzano and Federal Emergency Management Agency Regional Director, Ken Burris talk about preparations the ... More

US COAST GUARD HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS

US COAST GUARD HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS

ATLANTA, Ga. (Sept. 17, 2003)--Seventh Coast Guard District Command Center Supervisor, Lt. Cmdr. Carmen Bazzano and Federal Emergency Management Agency Regional Director, Ken Burris talk about preparations the ... More

Fires set in woods, controlled by experts, aid combat training, health of plants, wildlife

Fires set in woods, controlled by experts, aid combat training, health...

FORT BENNING, Ga. – In a March 2004 photo, a member of a Fort Benning prescribed burn crew uses a bulldozer to move a burning dead tree to where it can't spread fire outside the space within which the crew want... More

SECRETARY RIDGE VISITS SAVANNAH AIRSTA

SECRETARY RIDGE VISITS SAVANNAH AIRSTA

SAVANNAH, Ga. (Mar. 25, 2004)--Department of Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge (right) and Gen. John Gordon (center), Assistant to the President and Homeland Security Advisor, receive a pre-flight safety b... More

SECRETARY RIDGE VISITS SAVANNAH AIRSTA

SECRETARY RIDGE VISITS SAVANNAH AIRSTA

SAVANNAH, Ga. (Mar. 25, 2004)--Department of Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge receives a pre-flight safety brief from Cmdr. Peter Troedsson, Commanding Office for Air Station Savannah, before embarking an... More

SECRETARY RIDGE VISITS SAVANNAH AIRSTA

SECRETARY RIDGE VISITS SAVANNAH AIRSTA

SAVANNAH, Ga. (Mar. 25, 2004)--Department of Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge receives a briefing from Cmdr. Peter Troedsson, Commanding Office for Air Station Savannah, while strapping into an HH-65 Dolp... More

SECRETARY RIDGE VISITS SAVANNAH AIRSTA

SECRETARY RIDGE VISITS SAVANNAH AIRSTA

SAVANNAH, Ga. (Mar. 25, 2004)--Department of Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge receives a briefing from Cmdr. Peter Troedsson, Commanding Office for Air Station Savannah, while strapping into an HH-65 Dolp... More

SECRETARY RIDGE VISITS SAVANNAH AIRSTA

SECRETARY RIDGE VISITS SAVANNAH AIRSTA

SAVANNAH, Ga. (Mar. 25, 2004)--Department of Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge climbs on board an HH-65 Dolphin at Malcolm McKinnon Airport, St. Simons Island, Ga. for an orientation flight over coastal Ge... More

SECRETARY RIDGE VISITS SAVANNAH AIRSTA

SECRETARY RIDGE VISITS SAVANNAH AIRSTA

SAVANNAH, Ga. (Mar. 25, 2004)--Department of Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge (right) and Gen. John Gordon (center), Assistant to the President and Homeland Security Advisor, receive a pre-flight safety b... More

SECRETARY RIDGE VISITS SAVANNAH AIRSTA

SECRETARY RIDGE VISITS SAVANNAH AIRSTA

SAVANNAH, Ga. (Mar. 25, 2004)--Department of Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge receives a briefing from Cmdr. Peter Troedsson, Commanding Office for Air Station Savannah, while strapping into an HH-65 Dolp... More

Fisheries

Fisheries

BRUNSWICK, Ga. (May 22, 2004)--Petty Officer 2nd Class Bret Roles (MK2) measures a shrimp net May 22, 2004 to insure that the nets Turtle Exclusion Device are of the proper length. Operation Shellback was enabl... More

Fisheries

Fisheries

BRUNSWICK, Ga. (May 22, 2004)--Petty Officer 2nd Class Bret Roles (MK2) measures a shrimp net May 22, 2004 to insure that the nets Turtle Exclusion Device are of the proper length. Operation Shellback was enabl... More

Fisheries

Fisheries

BRUNSWICK, Ga. (May 22, 2004)--Coast Guard crewmembers from Station Brunswick measure a shrimp net May 22, 2004 to insure that the nets Turtle Exclusion Device are of the proper length. Operation Shellback was ... More

Fisheries

Fisheries

BRUNSWICK, Ga. (May 22, 2004)-- Petty Officer 2nd Class Bret Roles (MK2) measures a shrimping net May 22, 2004 to insure that the nets Turtle Exclusion Device are of the proper length. Operation Shellback was e... More

Fisheries

Fisheries

BRUNSWICK, Ga. (May 22, 2004)-- Petty Officer 2nd Class Bret Roles (MK2) measures a shrimping net May 22, 2004 to insure that the nets Turtle Exclusion Device are of the proper length. Operation Shellback was e... More

Fisheries

Fisheries

BRUNSWICK, Ga. (May 22, 2004)-- Coast Guard crewmembers from Station Brunswick measure a shrimping net May 22, 2004 to insure that the nets Turtle Exclusion Device are of the proper length. Operation Shellback ... More

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

BRUNSWICK, Ga. (May 25, 2004)--The Coast Guard's new Homeland Security Boat speeds across the water for a G8 security zone exercise with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources May 25, 2004. USCG photo by ... More

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

BRUNSWICK, Ga. (May 25, 2004)--The Coast Guard's new Homeland Security Boat does boat intercept maneuvers in Brunswick, Ga. with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources May 25, 2004. The Coast Guard and Geo... More

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

BRUNSWICK, Ga. (May 25, 2004)--The Gulf region's Mobile Incident Command Post sits in the shadow of the Sidney Lanier Bridge while choreographing Coast Guard operations around the Brunswick area for the G-8 Sum... More

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

BRUNSWICK, Ga. (May 25, 2004)--The Coast Guard's new Homeland Security Boat does a j-turn during a G8 security zone exercise with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources May 25, 2004. USCG photo by PA3 Robert Nash

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

BRUNSWICK, Ga. (May 25, 2004)--The Coast Guard's new Homeland Security Boat does a j-turn during a G8 security zone exercise with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources May 25, 2004. USCG photo by PA3 Robert Nash

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

BRUNSWICK, Ga. (May 25, 2004)--The Coast Guard's new 25 foot Homeland Security Boat practices boat intercept maneuvers with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources in Brunswick, Ga., in front of the Sidney ... More

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

BRUNSWICK, Ga. (May 25, 2004)--The Coast Guard's new 25 foot Homeland Security Boat practices boat intercept maneuvers with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources in Brunswick, Ga., in front of the Sidney ... More

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

BRUNSWICK, Ga. (May 25, 2004)--The Coast Guard's new 25 foot Homeland Security Boat practices boat intercept maneuvers with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources in preparation for the G8 summit May 25, 2... More

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

BRUNSWICK, Ga. (June 1, 2004)--Coast Guard 25-foot Homeland Security boats are lined up at a staging area June 1, 2004 and are ready to be deployed at a moments notice for the G8 summit on Sea Island. USCG pho... More

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

SAVANNAH, Ga. (June 1, 2004)--A Coast Guard Petty Officer 1st Class attends the all-hands brief for law enforcement personnel in the Savannah, Ga., supporting security efforts for the G8 Summit. USCG photo by ... More

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

BRUNSWICK, Ga. (June 1, 2004)--U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary have an important role in G-8 by keeping watch over the bridges inside the security zones of the G-8 summit. USCG photo by PA3 Robert Nash

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

BRUNSWICK, Ga. (June 1, 2004)--Coast Guard boats are lined up at a staging area June 1, 2004 and are ready to be deployed at a moments notice for the G-8 summit on Sea Island. USCG photo by PA3 Robert Nash

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

JECKYL ISLAND, Ga. (June 1, 2004)--Coast Guard Auxiliary members from throughout the Seventh District check in at The Villas resort and learn what they will be doing to support law enforcement components for th... More

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

JECKYL ISLAND, Ga. (June 1, 2004)--Coast Guard Auxiliary members from throughout the Seventh District check in at The Villas resort and learn what they will be doing to support law enforcement components for th... More

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

BRUNSWICK, Ga. (June 1, 2004)--Coast Guard 25-foot Homeland Security boats are lined up at a staging area June 1, 2004 and are ready to be deployed at a moments notice for the G8 summit on Sea Island. USCG pho... More

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

SAVANNAH RIVER, Ga. (June 2, 2004)--Crews from Coast Guard Maritime Safety and Security Team New York guard the Port of Savannah and the Eugene Talmadge Memorial Bridge in support of the security effort for the... More

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

SAVANNAH RIVER, Ga. (June 2, 2004)--Petty Officer 2nd Class Ben Hamilton keeps an eye out for anything suspecious while patroling the river aboard the Marine Safety and Security Team New York 25-foot boat. MSS... More

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

BRUNSWICK, Ga. (June 3, 2004)--Coast Guard HH-65's taxi June 3, 2004 in preparation for a safety and security patrol of the temporarily restricted air space for the G8 Summit on Sea Island. USCG photo by PA3 ... More

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

BRUNSWICK, Ga. (June 3, 2004)--Coast Guard HH-65's taxi June 3, 2004 in preparation for a safety and security patrol of the temporarily restricted air space for the G8 Summit on Sea Island. USCG photo by PA3 ... More

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

BRUNSWICK, Ga. (June 4, 2004)--Multiple Coast Guard boats from MSSTs 91108, St. Marys, Ga., 91110, Boston and Station Brunswick patrol the waters around Jekyll Island June 6, 2004 in preparation for the G-8 Sum... More

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

BRUNSWICK, Ga. (June 4, 2004)--Petty Officer 3rd Class Byron Flagg (BM3), from the Military Oou Load team. Jacksonvill, Fla., escorts the pirate ship Meka II. This sailboat was unaware of the secure zone and c... More

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

BRUNSWICK, Ga. (June 4, 2004)--While conducting a patrol June 5, 2004 in preparation of the G-8 Summit, Petty Officer 1st Class Steve Mansfield (BM1) pilots a 47 foot patrol boat and Petty Officer 1st Class Geo... More

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

BRUNSWICK, Ga. (June 4, 2004)--The Coast Guard Cutter Kingfisher (WPB 87322), Atlantic Beach, Fla., patrols in front of the Sidney Lanier Bridge June 4, 2004 in Brunswick while enforcing the security zone set u... More

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

BRUNSWICK, Ga. (June 4, 2004)--Petty Officer 3rd Class Heather Maret (BM3), from Mobile Offload Team from Group Mayport, casts off the 27 ft whaler June, 4, 2004 her team will patrol in during the G8 Summit. U... More

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

BRUNSWICK, Ga. (June 4, 2004)--Personnel from Station Brunswick practice chase maneuvers in their new 25 foot Homeland Security boat June 1, 2004 in preparation for the G-8 Summit. USCG photo by PA3 Beth Reynolds

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

BRUNSWICK, Ga. (June 4, 2004)--Lt. Angelina Hildago, commanding officer of the CGC Kingfisher (WPB 87322), views a vessel through binoculars that her crew spotted June 3, 2004 while on patrol during the G-8 Sum... More

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

BRUNSWICK, Ga. (June 4, 2004)--Members of MSST 91110, Boston, prepare for their watch. The 25 foot Homeland Security boats are on continuous patrol during the G-8 Summit at Sea Island, Georgia. USCG photo by P... More

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

BRUNSWICK, Ga. (June 4, 2004)--Lt.j.g. Terry Stadderman of MSST 91108, from Saint Mary's, Ga., surfaces June 4, 2004 after inspecting a bridge support within the G-8 security zone for explosive devices in a joi... More

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

SAVANNAH RIVER, Ga. (June 4, 2004)--Petty Officer 2nd Class John Murdoch and Petty Officer 3rd Class Jean-Paul Abel patrol the Savannah River. Murdoch and Abel are part of a contingency crew for the G8 Summit.... More

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

US COAST GUARD G8 SUMMIT

SAVANNAH RIVER, Ga. (June 4, 2004)--Coast Guard law enforcement personnel patrol the Savannah River near Downtown Savannah, Ga., protecting waterways, facilities and the public days before the G8 Summit. USCG ... More

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