Shortly before lunch one of the volunteers
working below was overcome by
heat and had to be attended to by paramedics. Later I heard that he
actually had a heart attack and was hospitalized. He was one of the
I had been hanging ropes with earlier in the morning. Hope he is
A picture of the paramedics in action aiding
the stricken volunteer
Top section of Ships Mast repainted and
ready to be remounted on the ship
A dedicated volunteer chipping paint on the
Rear stack sandblasted and getting ready to
A contractor working onboard. Former
crewman on the USS Knox
Can you tell the difference in the ship from
the Bridge level on up?
Those areas are all freshly painted. There
are some close-up shots
of those areas later on, she is starting to shape up fellas!
The POW-MIA Flag flies every day onboard Big
Missing but not Forgotten!
Newly arrived ships launch, needs some TLC!
Another shot of the launch
Volunteers working on getting the launch
ship shape. Note fire
equipment on site to transport injured volunteer to the hospital
The man in charge of Security, don't mess
with this guy!!
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