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Workers at the decontamination site in Grand Isle, La. clean oiled boom Thursday, July 22, 2010. Boom that is cleaned and repaired at the site replaces other oiled boom brought in.
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Walnut in Gulf
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VENICE, La. - George Ross, a Briggs employee from Aberdeen, Scotland, places an igniter package in oil contained by fire boom in the Gulf of Mexico July 10, 2010. Ross previously performed In-Situ Burns in the Exxon Valdez oil spill.
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U.S. Navy MZ-3A Airship
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U.S. Navy MZ-3A Airship
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U.S. Navy MZ-3A Airship
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Turtle Cleaning
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Turtle Cleaning
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Tropical Storm preparations
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Transporting boom out
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The US Coast Guard Cutter Walnut's crew readies the cutter for skimming operations in the Gulf of Mexico. The Walnut is a 225 foot buoy tender homeported in Honolulu, Hi.
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The US Coast Guard Cutter Walnut's crew readies the cutter for skimming operations in the Gulf of Mexico. The Walnut is a 225 foot buoy tender homeported in Honolulu, Hi.
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