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26-G-1979: Atlantic Convoy

26-G-1979:    Atlantic Convoy.   Sinbad, sentry dog for the US Coast Guard cutter, USCGC Campbell (WPG-32), and a crewman keep their eyes on the rest of the convoy, probably circa 1943.   Sinbad was the Coast Guard Dog of the Year for 1943.   Note, Campbell was commissioned in 1936 and was not decommissioned until 1982.   She was later sunk by the US Navy in target practice two years later.   Campbell has the nickname “Queen of the Seas”.  US Coast Guard photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives.  (Taken at NARA II on 30 January 2014).
Caption: Atlantic Convoy. Sinbad, sentry dog for the US Coast Guard cutter, USCGC Campbell (WPG-32), and a crewman keep their eyes on the rest of the convoy, probably circa 1943. Sinbad was the Coast Guard Dog of the Year for 1943. Note, Campbell was commissioned in 1936 and was not decommissioned until 1982. She was later sunk by the US Navy in target practice two years later. Campbell has the nickname “Queen of the Seas”. US Coast Guard photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives. (2014/01/30).
Accession #: 26-G-1979
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