People’s Choice – Photo Contest, Round 6

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2010 Photo Contest

It’s week six of the People’s Choice award for this year’s Coast Guard Photo Contest. Every Monday, we are unveiling another batch of photos as we count down the top 40 of the more than 600 photos submitted.

Below is the next set of photos…

To vote, just click on the picture(s) below that you like and post a positive comment. OR, you can go to our Flickr photo set to see all the pictures nominated so far and leave your comment there. It’s your choice… your People’s Choice.

Small Boat Operations
ATLANTIC OCEAN – Petty Officer 1st Class Charles Murden brings Coast Guard Cutter Gallatin’s OTH-B small boat alongside during boat operations. The decals pictured on the side of Gallatin represent the number of drug interdiction missions. U.S. Coast Guard Photo by Lt. Jennifer Runion.
Coast Guard Festival
GRAND HAVEN, Mich. – Coast Guard Cutter Buckthorn (front) and Canadian Coast Guard Ship Samuel Risley (back) moor in Grand Haven for public tours and events held during the 2010 Coast Guard Festival Aug. 7, 2010. The Coast Guard Festival is a weeklong celebration to honor the men and women of the past and present Coast Guard. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Lauren Jorgensen.
Glacier Bay
GLACIER BAY, Alaska – Coast Guard Cutter Alert (WMEC 630) steams past Glacier Bay on the way to Juneau July 2010. Alert was the first 210-foot cutter this far north in more than 10 years. U.S. Coast Guard Photo by Ensign Sarah Thompson.
Loaded Hangar
MOBILE, Ala. – During pre-dawn hours the Coast Guard Aviation Training Center’s hangar is lined with H-65 Dolphin helicopters ready to conduct flights in support of BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill response. U.S. Coast Guard Photo by Mark Henley.
ATON operations
BOCA CIEGA BAY, Fla. – Coast Guard Cutter Vise (WLIC-75305) is spudded for the evening while underway to work aids to navigation in the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway. U.S. Coast Guard Photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Eric Wieczorek.

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