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Tops and Bottoms of Blue Angels Three,One,Four,and Two in their F/A-18A Hornets at the Meridian Airshow,28 March,2008
Coming out of the Dirty Roll
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Standing watch on the flight deck during a sunset aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Tarawa (LHA 1).
A detachment of Mark Vs can be deployable within 48 hours of notification and ready for operations within 24 hours of arrival at a forward operating base.
The 378-foot High Endurance Cutter class are the largest cutters, aside from the two Polar Class Icebreakers, ever built for the Coast Guard.
Apache helicopter.
(1) Michael J. Brigande EN1 - (Company Commander)  USNTC BAINBRIDGE Company 359, 2nd Regiment (Camp Perry), 25th Battallion.  August 6th to October 19th,1955.            Taken from a bronze marker at burial site of Michael J. Brigande ENCM, U.S. Navy. He served in World War II and the Korean War. Born March 13, 1923, Died November 1, 1985. Burial is in Section 5, Lot 116 at St. Mary of the Bay Cemetery, Vernon Street, Warren, RI. I visited his grave site and took this photo on June 24, 2010.    The members of Company 359 salute CPO Michael J. Brigande ENCM and his family!    Tony Lupacchino TE(RM)2  Company Clerk – Company 359 USNTC Bainbridge  August 6th – October 19th, 1955

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