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USCG Destroyer Beale, CG-9
220412-G-G0000-1001.JPG Photo By: USCG Historian's Office

USCGD Beal - "BEALE (CG-9) (Of the old U.S. Coast Guard Destroyer Force - 1924-1930) An early 20th century 742-ton oil burner with four stacks, the old destroyer BEALE lies at her dock in New London, Connecticut, in parade dress, flags whipping in the breeze. The BEALE was stationed at New London with Division 3 of the U.S. Coast Guard Offshore Patrol Force. . . : Gen. F. 9-26-58 Copy-photo in R. R. Waesche Sr. Special Collections file, U.S. Coast Guard Historian's Office Special Collections, box 2 of 3.


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