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The last in the series includes the short video below and

focuses on some of the folks in the harbor this quite windy Monday morning, including McAllister Brothers and

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Sea Knights (thanks Jed for pointing out they weren’t Chinooks) as well as

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a Schweizer-300 carrying an intrepid photojournalist and fine pilot.

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RB-S boats were hither and

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and yon.

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Waterfront Commission police have a boat named Rev. John M. Corridan,  the priest featured in On the Waterfront!!

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Here’s a closer shot of the NYFD units set up at 130th Street in Manhattan.

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Once LPD-21 was secured on the south side of Pier 88,

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the local Navy League Council distributed bags of delicious grub to those employed either public or

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private.  The Navy League seems to have an impressive mission.

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Once Sturgeon Bay was secured back at home port, time for  . . .  shore power!!

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All fotos by Will Van Dorp.

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