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The Declaration of Independence, drafted and signed

The Declaration of Independence, drafted and signed

The Declaration of Independence, drafted and signed July 4, 1776, was set in place to establish that all men are created equal and that all are entitled to freedom. This is one of many historical documents pres... More

In February 1972, six Woman Army Corps noncommissioned

In February 1972, six Woman Army Corps noncommissioned

In February 1972, six Woman Army Corps noncommissioned officers from Fort McClellan, Ala., enrolled in the Drill Sergeant Program at Fort Jackson, S.C. Upon graduation, they were authorized to wear the newly de... More

U.S. Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps cadets run

U.S. Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps cadets run

U.S. Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps cadets run two miles for their Army Physical Fitness Test at Clemson University, Jan. 14, 2016. Army ROTC, Military Science, was established as an integral part of the... More

Great grandfather earns the French Fourragere, great grandson wears it

Great grandfather earns the French Fourragere, great grandson wears it

Private First Class Linton Carl Fendley, stands at the position of attention after graduating boot camp aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island in 1917. Fendley served with 2nd Battalion, 6th Marine Reg... More

New York National Guard Soldiers of the 27th Division

New York National Guard Soldiers of the 27th Division

New York National Guard Soldiers of the 27th Division during a review for New York Governor Charles S. Whitman at Camp Wadsworth, South Carolina, on Nov. 2, 2917. The 27,000 men of the division trained at the ... More

U.S. Army Cpt. William Cline, a 1941 Clemson College

U.S. Army Cpt. William Cline, a 1941 Clemson College

U.S. Army Cpt. William Cline, a 1941 Clemson College graduate, somewhere in Italy during WWII. Cline was the service company commander for the 758th Tank Battalion, the only black tank battalion in Italy during... More

Friendship is forever

Friendship is forever

Friendship Chapel, also known as Chapel Two, at Shaw Air Force Base, S.C., circa 1980. Friendship Chapel was built in 1941, designed with standard U.S. Army specifications of the time. (Courtesy photo)

‘Roll ‘em’

‘Roll ‘em’

A P-38 Lightning sits at King’s Cliffe, England, circa 1944. During World War II more than 10,000 P-38s were manufactured, providing airpower to more than 130,000 missions around the world. (Courtesy photo)

A map of the path flown by Operation Sun Run pilots

A map of the path flown by Operation Sun Run pilots

A map of the path flown by Operation Sun Run pilots on Nov. 27, 1957. The pilots covered more than 2,500 miles in their attempt to set three official speed records, flying from Los Angeles, Calif., to New York,... More

Jimmy Stewart: True American Patriot

Jimmy Stewart: True American Patriot

Brig. Gen. James “Jimmy” Stewart (Painted right, during tenure as colonel) flew more than 20 combat missions into enemy territory as a command pilot. His missions included bombing raids in Berlin, Brunswick, Br... More

The Society of Wild Weasels view an old F-111E Aardvark

The Society of Wild Weasels view an old F-111E Aardvark

The Society of Wild Weasels view an old F-111E Aardvark at Shaw Air Force Base, S.C., Feb. 3, 2012. The Wild Weasel mission was developed by the Air Force in 1965 during the Vietnam War.

Vietnam veteran Jack Godwin

Vietnam veteran Jack Godwin

Pvt. Jack Godwin (left) receives the Commanding General's Award from Maj. William L. Glasgow, executive officer, 12th Battalion, 3rd Advanced Individual Training Brigade at Theater Three, Oct. 10, 1969. Godwin ... More

U.S. Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Dilbert Areford, 20th

U.S. Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Dilbert Areford, 20th

U.S. Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Dilbert Areford, 20th Equipment Maintenance Squadron superintendent, serves himself food during a Women’s Equality Day Breakfast at Shaw Air Force Base, S.C., Aug. 26, 2016. Wom... More

Happy 238th Birthday, United States Marine Corps

Happy 238th Birthday, United States Marine Corps

"We're surrounded, that simplifies the problem." -Maj. Gen. "Chesty" Puller, 1896-1971 (Graphite drawing / Senior Airman Tom Brading)

Shaw’s fire department’s upgrade

Shaw’s fire department’s upgrade

Fire trucks assigned to the 20th Civil Engineer Squadron are parked outside Shaw’s fire station at Shaw Air Force Base, S.C., 1978, top, and Dec. 20, 2016, bottom. In 1978, 20th CES firefighters used P8 and P12... More

U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Jeffrey Beckham, a F-16 fighter

U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Jeffrey Beckham, a F-16 fighter

U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Jeffrey Beckham, a F-16 fighter pilot, assigned to the South Carolina Air National Guard’s 169th Fighter Wing, climbs in a F-16 prior to pre-flight and takeoff at McEntire Joint National... More

The renovated C-141B Starlifter model debuts at Joint

The renovated C-141B Starlifter model debuts at Joint

The renovated C-141B Starlifter model debuts at Joint Base Charleston – Air Base, South Carolina, Sept. 7, 2016. The model was dedicated to the crew of a real C-141 that crashed in Tennessee. Nine active duty m... More

Patrick Miller, 628th Medical Group Deily Dental Clinic

Patrick Miller, 628th Medical Group Deily Dental Clinic

Patrick Miller, 628th Medical Group Deily Dental Clinic chief of preventative dentistry, dental hygienist, has been in the dental field for 34 years. He completed 20 of those years while serving in the U.S. mil... More

Category 4 Hurricane Hugo made landfall in South Carolina

Category 4 Hurricane Hugo made landfall in South Carolina

Category 4 Hurricane Hugo made landfall in South Carolina on Sept. 21, 1989. As part of the relief efforts, over 6,000 South Carolina National Guard Soldiers were mobilized. (U.S. Army National Guard photo prov... More

A home is heavily damaged near the coast of South Carolina

A home is heavily damaged near the coast of South Carolina

A home is heavily damaged near the coast of South Carolina following Hurricane Hugo coming ashore near Charleston, South Carolina, September 22, 1989. Hurricane Hugo resulted in the deaths of 27 South Carolini... More

COAST GUARD CUTTER GALLATIN (WHEC 721)

COAST GUARD CUTTER GALLATIN (WHEC 721)

Charleston, SC (Jun 3)--Coast Guard Cutter Gallatin (WHEC 721). WYMAN, ROBERT PA1

COAST GUARD CUTTER DALLAS (WHEC 716)

COAST GUARD CUTTER DALLAS (WHEC 716)

Charleston, SC (Jun 3)--Coast Guard Cutter Dallas (WHEC 716). DUNN, FRANK PA3

Artwork: "SC-142 V/STOL Aircraft Prototype". Artist: Edward Kirk

Artwork: "SC-142 V/STOL Aircraft Prototype". Artist: Edward Kirk

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Country: Unknown Scene Camera Operator: Unknown Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files

COAST GUARD CUTTER GALLATIN (WHEC 721)

COAST GUARD CUTTER GALLATIN (WHEC 721)

Charleston, SC (Jun 3)--Coast Guard Cutter Gallatin (WHEC 721). PA1 ROB WYMAN

COAST GUARD CUTTER GALLATIN (WHEC 721)

COAST GUARD CUTTER GALLATIN (WHEC 721)

Charleston, SC (Jun 3)--Coast Guard Cutter Gallatin (WHEC 721). PA1 ROB WYMAN

COAST GUARD CUTTER GALLATIN (WHEC 721)

COAST GUARD CUTTER GALLATIN (WHEC 721)

Charleston, SC (Jun 3)--Coast Guard Cutter Gallatin (WHEC 721). PA1 ROB WYMAN

COAST GUARD CUTTER GALLATIN (WHEC 721)

COAST GUARD CUTTER GALLATIN (WHEC 721)

Charleston, SC (Jun 3)--Coast Guard Cutter Gallatin (WHEC 721). WYMAN, ROBERT PA1

COAST GUARD CUTTER GALLATIN (WHEC 721)

COAST GUARD CUTTER GALLATIN (WHEC 721)

(Sep. 12)--Coast Guard Cutter Gallatin (WHEC 721) escorts a seized vessel back into port. U.S. COAST GUARD PHOTO

COAST GUARD MOTOR LIFEBOAT

COAST GUARD MOTOR LIFEBOAT

James Island, Wash. (Feb. 14) -- The 44-ft. motor lifeboat (44363) lies grounded on a rocky shore at James Island, Wash. The top portion os the boat had been torn away. Rips, scratches, and several deep dents ... More

COAST GUARD MOTOR LIFEBOAT

COAST GUARD MOTOR LIFEBOAT

James Island, Wash. (Feb. 14) -- The 44-ft. motor lifeboat (44363) lies grounded on a rocky shore at James Island, Wash. The top portion os the boat had been torn away. Rips, scratches, and several deep dents ... More

COAST GUARD MOTOR LIFEBOAT

COAST GUARD MOTOR LIFEBOAT

James Island, Wash. (Feb. 14) -- The 44-ft. motor lifeboat (44363) lies grounded on a rocky shore at James Island, Wash. The top portion of the boat had been torn away. Rips, scratches, and several deep dents ... More

COAST GUARD MOTOR LIFEBOAT

COAST GUARD MOTOR LIFEBOAT

James Island, Wash. (Feb. 14) -- The 44-ft. motor lifeboat (44363) lies grounded on a rocky shore at James Island, Wash. The top portion of the boat had been torn away. Rips, scratches, and several deep dents ... More

COAST GUARD MOTOR LIFEBOAT

COAST GUARD MOTOR LIFEBOAT

James Island, Wash. (Feb. 14) -- The 44-ft. motor lifeboat (44363) lies grounded on a rocky shore at James Island, Wash. The top portion os the boat had been torn away. Rips, scratches, and several deep dents ... More

COAST GUARD MOTOR LIFEBOAT

COAST GUARD MOTOR LIFEBOAT

James Island, Wash. (Feb. 14) -- The 44-ft. motor lifeboat (44363) lies grounded on a rocky shore at James Island, Wash. The top portion os the boat had been torn away. Rips, scratches, and several deep dents ... More

COAST GUARD CUTTER DALLAS

COAST GUARD CUTTER DALLAS

Charleston, SC (Jun 3)--Coast Guard Cutter Dallas (WHEC 716). WAGNER, DON PA2

COAST GUARD CUTTER RUSH (WHEC 716)

COAST GUARD CUTTER RUSH (WHEC 716)

Charleston, SC--Coast Guard Cutter Dallas (WHEC 716). U.S. COAST GUARD PHOTO

COAST GUARD CUTTER DALLAS (WHEC 716)

COAST GUARD CUTTER DALLAS (WHEC 716)

Charleston, SC--Coast Guard Cutter Dallas (WHEC 716). U.S. COAST GUARD PHOTO

COAST GUARD BASE CHARLESTON

COAST GUARD BASE CHARLESTON

Charleston, SC (May 21)--Front gate at Coast Guard Base Charleston. USCG photo by BROWN, TELFAIR H. PA1

MARINE SAFETY INSIGNIA

MARINE SAFETY INSIGNIA

CHARLESTON, S. C. (May 2001)-- Coast Guard Petty Officer 1st class Anthony Wescott displays one of the newest decorations for safety. He was one of the first Coast Guardsman to receive the new marine safety in... More

A U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) Avionics Electrical Technician

A U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) Avionics Electrical Technician

A U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) Avionics Electrical Technician surveys the surrounding area before landing at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, S.C. Aug. 15, 2019. The USCG routinely conduct training to maint... More

U.S. Army Sgt. Aaron Angulo, a competitor in the 2019

U.S. Army Sgt. Aaron Angulo, a competitor in the 2019

U.S. Army Sgt. Aaron Angulo, a competitor in the 2019 Medical Command Best Warrior Competition, waits to participate in an M249 range on May 30, 2019, Fort Jackson, South Carolina. The competition judges eight ... More

The 2019 U.S. Army Medical Command Best Warrior Competition

The 2019 U.S. Army Medical Command Best Warrior Competition

The 2019 U.S. Army Medical Command Best Warrior Competition at Fort Jackson is a competition from 29 May to 1 June with eight of the finest medical warriors competing in different events for the opportunity to ... More

BOAT WRECKAGE

BOAT WRECKAGE

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 30)--Part of the 34-foot long fishing vessel Still Crazy 1, rests near a pier in Charleston, South Carolina. The fishing vessel was struck by a freighter Sept. 30, 2000. USCG... More

JB Charleston's Natural Resource Office will be conducting a hunters safety class

JB Charleston's Natural Resource Office will be conducting a hunters s...

A hunter who took the hunter safety course at Joint Base Charleston aims a bow and arrow at JB Charleston. The natural resource office offers a hunter safety course on August 8, September 19 and October 24 for ... More

The 841st Transportation Battalion conducts documentation

The 841st Transportation Battalion conducts documentation

The 841st Transportation Battalion conducts documentation support and port clearance, loads, unloads and onward-moves cargo that comes to their ports via ocean, and goes out from the 841st TB via rail or truck.... More

OC PEPPER SPRAY QUALIFICATION

OC PEPPER SPRAY QUALIFICATION

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--A 49-foot stern-loading buoy tender, better known as a BUSL, sits moored at Coast Guard Base Charleston. USCG photo by Telfair H. Brown, Sr.

PORT SECURITY

PORT SECURITY

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--Members from Coast Guard Station Charleston patrol Charleston harbor as part of increase heighten security after Sept. 11 USCG photo by Telfair H. Brown, Sr.

OC PEPPER SPRAY QUALIFICATION

OC PEPPER SPRAY QUALIFICATION

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--Sticking your face right in front of a fan is one method of relieving some effects of OC (Oleoresin Capsicum) pepper spray as demonstrated by one participant at Coast Guar... More

COAST GUARD CUTTER YELLOWFIN (WPB 87319)

COAST GUARD CUTTER YELLOWFIN (WPB 87319)

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--The Coast Guard Cutter Yellowfin (WPB 87319) an 87-foot patrol boat patrols Charleston's waterways as part of heigthen security since Sept. 11. USCG photo by Telfair H. Brown, Sr.

PORT SECURITY

PORT SECURITY

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--Members from Coast Guard Station Charleston patrol Charleston harbor as part of increase heighten security after Sept. 11 USCG photo by Telfair H. Brown, Sr.

COAST GUARD CUTTER MADRONNA (WLB 302)

COAST GUARD CUTTER MADRONNA (WLB 302)

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--The Coast Guard Cutter Dallas (WHEC 716) a high-endurance cutter is moored at Base Charleston. USCG photo by Telfair H. Brown, Sr.

OC PEPPER SPRAY QUALIFICATION

OC PEPPER SPRAY QUALIFICATION

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--Sticking your face right in front of a fan is one method of relieving some effects of OC (Oleoresin Capsicum) pepper spray as demonstrated by two participants at Coast Gua... More

OC PEPPER SPRAY QUALIFICATION

OC PEPPER SPRAY QUALIFICATION

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--"Just wait a minute," jesters this participant after sticking his head into a bucket of water to try and relieve some of the effects of OC (Oleoresin Capsicum) pepper spra... More

OC PEPPER SPRAY QUALIFICATION

OC PEPPER SPRAY QUALIFICATION

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--Sticking your head into a bucket of water is one method of relieving some effects of OC (Oleoresin Capsicum) pepper spray as demonstrated by one participant at Coast Guard... More

PORT SECURITY

PORT SECURITY

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--Members from Coast Guard Station Charleston patrol Charleston harbor as part of increase heighten security after Sept. 11 USCG photo by Telfair H. Brown, Sr.

PORT SECURITY

PORT SECURITY

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--Members from Coast Guard Station Charleston patrol Charleston harbor as part of increase heighten security after Sept. 11 USCG photo by Telfair H. Brown, Sr.

OC PEPPER SPRAY QUALIFICATION

OC PEPPER SPRAY QUALIFICATION

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--Sticking your face right in front of a fan is one method of relieving some effects of OC (Oleoresin Capsicum) pepper spray as demonstrated by one participant at Coast Guar... More

OC PEPPER SPRAY QUALIFICATION

OC PEPPER SPRAY QUALIFICATION

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--A member of Coast Guard Station Charleston law enforcement team fights off would-be assailants after getting a dose of OC (Oleoresin Capsicum) pepper spray in shot in his ... More

COAST GUARD CUTTER MADRONNA (WLB 302)

COAST GUARD CUTTER MADRONNA (WLB 302)

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--Coast Guard active duty, civilians, reservist and contractors render honors during morning colors at Coast Guard Base Charleston. USCG photo by Telfair H. Brown, Sr.

PORT SECURITY

PORT SECURITY

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--Members from Coast Guard Station Charleston patrol Charleston harbor as part of increase heighten security after Sept. 11 USCG photo by Telfair H. Brown, Sr.

OC PEPPER SPRAY QUALIFICATION

OC PEPPER SPRAY QUALIFICATION

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--Sticking your face right in front of a fan is one method of relieving some effects of OC (Oleoresin Capsicum) pepper spray as demonstrated by one participant at Coast Guar... More

OC PEPPER SPRAY QUALIFICATION

OC PEPPER SPRAY QUALIFICATION

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--A member of Coast Guard Station Charleston law enforcement team fights off would-be assailants after getting a dose of OC (Oleoresin Capsicum) pepper spray in shot in his ... More

COAST GUARD CUTTER YELLOWFIN (WPB 87319)

COAST GUARD CUTTER YELLOWFIN (WPB 87319)

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--The Coast Guard Cutter Yellowfin (WPB 87319) an 87-foot patrol boat patrols Charleston's waterways as part of heigthen security since Sept. 11. USCG photo by Telfair H. Brown, Sr.

OC PEPPER SPRAY QUALIFICATION

OC PEPPER SPRAY QUALIFICATION

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--Sticking your face right in front of a fan is one method of relieving some effects of OC (Oleoresin Capsicum) pepper spray as demonstrated by one participant at Coast Guar... More

OC PEPPER SPRAY QUALIFICATION

OC PEPPER SPRAY QUALIFICATION

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--Sticking your face right in front of a fan is one method of relieving some effects of OC (Oleoresin Capsicum) pepper spray as demonstrated by one participant at Coast Guar... More

PORT SECURITY

PORT SECURITY

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--Members from Coast Guard Station Charleston patrol Charleston harbor as part of increase heighten security after Sept. 11 USCG photo by Telfair H. Brown, Sr.

OC PEPPER SPRAY QUALIFICATION

OC PEPPER SPRAY QUALIFICATION

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--Sticking your face right in front of a fan is one method of relieving some effects of OC (Oleoresin Capsicum) pepper spray as demonstrated by one participant at Coast Guar... More

PORT SECURITY

PORT SECURITY

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--Members from Coast Guard Station Charleston pulls up to the Caost Guard Cutter Yellowfin while on patrol in Charleston harbor as part of increase heighten security after S... More

OC PEPPER SPRAY QUALIFICATION

OC PEPPER SPRAY QUALIFICATION

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--Reeling from the effects of OC (Oleoresin Capsicum) pepper spray, one Coast Guard Base Charleston participant is lead to a bucket of water to wash her eyes. This is a man... More

BUSL BUOY TENDER

BUSL BUOY TENDER

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--A 49-foot stern-loading buoy tender, better known as a BUSL, sits moored at Coast Guard Base Charleston. USCG photo by Telfair H. Brown, Sr.

PORT SECURITY

PORT SECURITY

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--Members from Coast Guard Station Charleston patrol Charleston harbor as part of increase heighten security after Sept. 11 USCG photo by Telfair H. Brown, Sr.

OC PEPPER SPRAY QUALIFICATION

OC PEPPER SPRAY QUALIFICATION

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--Sticking your face right in front of a fan is one method of relieving some effects of OC (Oleoresin Capsicum) pepper spray as demonstrated by one participant at Coast Guar... More

PORT SECURITY

PORT SECURITY

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--A crewmember from Coast Guard Station Charleston prepares to tie up after a patrol of Charleston harbor as part of increase heighten security after Sept. 11 USCG photo b... More

BUSL BUOY TENDER

BUSL BUOY TENDER

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--The Coast Guard Cutter Madronna (WLB 302) a seagoing buoy tender is moored at Base Charleston. USCG photo by Telfair H. Brown, Sr.

OC PEPPER SPRAY QUALIFICATION

OC PEPPER SPRAY QUALIFICATION

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--A member of Coast Guard Station Charleston law enforcement team prepares to fight off would-be assailants after getting a dose of OC () pepper spray in shot in his eyes. ... More

PORT SECURITY

PORT SECURITY

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--Members from Coast Guard Station Charleston patrol Charleston harbor as part of increase heighten security after Sept. 11 USCG photo by Telfair H. Brown, Sr.

PORT SECURITY

PORT SECURITY

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--Members from Coast Guard Station Charleston patrol Charleston harbor as part of increase heighten security after Sept. 11 USCG photo by Telfair H. Brown, Sr.

COAST GUARD CUTTER YELLOWFIN (WPB 87319)

COAST GUARD CUTTER YELLOWFIN (WPB 87319)

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--The Coast Guard Cutter Yellowfin (WPB 87319) an 87-foot patrol boat is moored at Base Charleston. USCG photo by Telfair H. Brown, Sr.

PORT SECURITY

PORT SECURITY

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--Members from Coast Guard Station Charleston patrol Charleston harbor as part of increase heighten security after Sept. 11 USCG photo by Telfair H. Brown, Sr.

OC PEPPER SPRAY QUALIFICATION

OC PEPPER SPRAY QUALIFICATION

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--Sticking your face right in front of a fan is one method of relieving some effects of OC (Oleoresin Capsicum) pepper spray as demonstrated by one participant at Coast Guar... More

OC PEPPER SPRAY QUALIFICATION

OC PEPPER SPRAY QUALIFICATION

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--A member of Coast Guard Station Charleston law enforcement team prepares to fight off would-be assailants after getting a dose of OC () pepper spray in shot in her eyes. ... More

COAST GUARD CUTTER MADRONNA (WLB 302)

COAST GUARD CUTTER MADRONNA (WLB 302)

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--The Coast Guard Cutter Madronna (WLB 302) a seagoing buoy tender is moored at Base Charleston. USCG photo by Telfair H. Brown, Sr.

PORT SECURITY

PORT SECURITY

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--Members from Coast Guard Station Charleston patrol Charleston harbor as part of increase heighten security after Sept. 11 USCG photo by Telfair H. Brown, Sr.

OC PEPPER SPRAY QUALIFICATION

OC PEPPER SPRAY QUALIFICATION

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--Sticking your face right in front of a fan is one method of relieving some effects of OC (Oleoresin Capsicum) pepper spray as demonstrated by one participant at Coast Guar... More

OC PEPPER SPRAY QUALIFICATION

OC PEPPER SPRAY QUALIFICATION

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--Washing your eyes out with running water is one method of relieving some effects of OC (Oleoresin Capsicum) pepper spray as demonstrated by one participant at Coast Guard ... More

PORT SECURITY

PORT SECURITY

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Sept. 19)--Members from Coast Guard Station Charleston pulls up to the Caost Guard Cutter Yellowfin while on patrol in Charleston harbor as part of increase heighten security after S... More

FISHING VESSEL MEDITERRANEAN II

FISHING VESSEL MEDITERRANEAN II

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Jan. 6)--A Coast Guard HH-65A helicopter, based out of Coast Guard Air Facility Charleston, spots the 53-foot fishing vessel Mediterranean II disabled and anchored approximately 60 m... More

FISHING VESSEL MEDITERRANEAN II

FISHING VESSEL MEDITERRANEAN II

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Jan. 6)--A Coast Guard HH-65A helicopter, based out of Coast Guard Air Facility Charleston, spots the 53-foot fishing vessel Mediterranean II disabled and anchored approximately 60 m... More

FISHING VESSEL MEDITERRANEAN II

FISHING VESSEL MEDITERRANEAN II

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Jan. 6)--A Coast Guard HH-65A helicopter, based out of Coast Guard Air Facility Charleston, spots the 53-foot fishing vessel Mediterranean II disabled and anchored approximately 60 m... More

EXERCISE HARBOR SHIELD

EXERCISE HARBOR SHIELD

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Apr. 16)--Petty Officer 1st Class Bill Eppright, coxswain of a 25-foot transportable port security boat (TPSB), simulates an intruder into a security zone around the USS Yorktown whi... More

EXERCISE HARBOR SHIELD

EXERCISE HARBOR SHIELD

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Apr. 16)--Petty Officer 2nd Class Adam Credle, from Port Security Training Detachment, slowly moves along the edge of the cruise ship pier in Charleston with a mock bomb during swimm... More

EXERCISE HARBOR SHIELD

EXERCISE HARBOR SHIELD

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Apr. 23)--Marines using night vision goggles scan the horizon looking for vessels that may be trying to clandestinely enter the security zone whle MSST 602 boat crew lie in wait to i... More

EXERCISE HARBOR SHIELD

EXERCISE HARBOR SHIELD

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Apr. 16)--Coast Guard Station Charleston boat crew screens an opposition forces out of a security zone around the USS Yorktown. USCG photo by SN Crystal Norman

EXERCISE HARBOR SHIELD

EXERCISE HARBOR SHIELD

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Apr. 16)--With only their heads showing, Lt. Roger Bullock, left, and Lt.j.g. Jason Goodman, right, skirt along the edge of a pier while staying in the shadows as part of the swimmer... More

EXERCISE HARBOR SHIELD

EXERCISE HARBOR SHIELD

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Apr. 16)--Coast Guard Station Charleston boat crew (center) match speeds with an opposition forces boat crew who was trying to pentrate a three-boat security zone around the USS York... More

EXERCISE HARBOR SHIELD

EXERCISE HARBOR SHIELD

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Apr. 16)--Petty Officer 1st Class Bill Eppright, coxswain of a 25-foot transportable port security boat (TPSB), simulates an intruder into a security zone around the USS Yorktown whi... More

EXERCISE HARBOR SHIELD

EXERCISE HARBOR SHIELD

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Apr. 16)--Coast Guard Station Charleston boat crew (center) match speeds with an opposition forces boat crew who was trying to pentrate a three-boat security zone around the USS York... More

EXERCISE HARBOR SHIELD

EXERCISE HARBOR SHIELD

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Apr. 16)--Coast Guard Station Charleston's safe boat crew conducts a high-speed turn while using screening tactics to keep an opposition boat out of a security zone in front of the U... More

EXERCISE HARBOR SHIELD

EXERCISE HARBOR SHIELD

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Apr. 16)--A South Carolina Department of Natural Resources boat crew demonstrates a high-speed J-turn during training conducted in Charleston Harbor April 16. USCG photo by SN Crystal Norman

EXERCISE HARBOR SHIELD

EXERCISE HARBOR SHIELD

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Apr. 16)--Petty Officer 1st Class Bill Eppright, coxswain of a 25-foot transportable port security boat (TPSB), simulates an intruder into a security zone around the USS Yorktown whi... More

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