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He operates out of Norfolk with a seagoing tug, doing salvage work.
The initial staff numbered 12, and the first research vessel was a converted seagoing tug.
The speakers were peering from the side window of a tiny pilot house, aboard a seagoing tug.
Seagoing tugs had pulled away, to let the planes smash the raft to kindling.
Those include inland tugs and seagoing tugs below 300 gross tons.
On that day, she sank a seagoing tug and helped sink the small minelayer Nasami.
Despite the efforts of Holyoke and four other powerful seagoing tugs, Kilbrannan could not be pulled off the beach.
He appealed to the Chilean government, which offered the use of Yelcho, a small seagoing tug from its navy.
One seagoing tug 40t bollard pull.
All the Canadian seagoing tugs were absent from port, and the little harbor tugs refused to go out into the gale.
The U.S. Navy stayed on scene for two weeks before the Soviets could send out a seagoing tug to bring her home.
The missile, however, hit a seagoing tug between the fighter and the American destroyer, which was near the point where the Stark was hit.
The Navy tested the cable using the seagoing tug USS Algorma.
The Navy dispatched a seagoing tug, the Cocopa, to the island in hopes of picking up some or all of the soldiers without incident.
Her last encounter of the war occurred on 9 August when she surfaced in fog to torpedo and sink a seagoing tug towing two large barges.
Seagoing tugs, guarded by telepresent mages, shove these massive structures into position, and military engineers link them together to create long tunnels that stretch toward the enemy.
They reached Noumea on the 20th, and the repair work continued until 8 November when she got underway towed by the seagoing tug Navajo over 2500 miles for Australia.
The seagoing tug Gatun, an Atlantic entrance working tug used for hauling barges, made the first trial lockage of Gatun Locks on September 26, 1913.
ST Cervia was built in 1946 as a seagoing tug for use as a fleet auxiliary by Alexandra Hall & Company Ltd of Aberdeen, Scotland.
After splashdown the Jupiter nosecone carrying Able and Baker was recovered by the seagoing tug USS Kiowa (ATF-72).
It is one of three that came to Winnipesaukee in 1946; they were made for World War II seagoing tugs and became surplus when those boats were fitted with small brass wheels.
Along with continued evidence that fuel and other goods are being smuggled into Haiti across the Dominican border, the success of the Bahamian vessel, a seagoing tug, represents an embarrassment to the Administration.
During World War I, the Navy Yard constructed ships, including 25 subchasers, seven submarines, two minesweepers, seven seagoing tugs, and two ammunition ships, as well as 1,700 small boats.
Homeported there for the next ten years, she conducted operations in the Hawaiian area, searched for missing ships, including the seagoing tug Conestoga (AT-54), and planes; participated in tactical exercises; and engaged in fleet maneuvers.
In the spring of 1898, Richard Holyoke was engaged, together with two other seagoing tugs, to tow to Alaska, to the mouth of the Yukon River, 12 identical sternwheel steamboats which had recently been completed by the Moran Brothers shipyard in Seattle.
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