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Members of a field dental unit in the South Pacific perform a dental procedure during the Korean War.



The bow of USS Kitty Hawk (CVA 63) towers over the world's largest drydock after completion of the docking operation at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Wash.



The U.S. Navy's Deep Submergence Rescue Vehicle is recovered by her support ship, TransQuest, five miles off the coast of San Diego after making her first dive. This first rescue sub, which is capable of removing 24 men at a time from a sunken or disabled submarine, stayed underwater fur more than two hours, reaching a depth of 125 feet.



Red Cross volunteers were ready with a hot cup of coffee For Navy Communicator Ralph Galbreath during the Tehachapi, Calif., earthquake emergency.



While briefing his crew before taking their stations aboard the P.2V Neptune, LTJG John R. Farrelll points out a suspected storm area on a weather chart.

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Publication:All Hands
Date:May 1, 2004
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