Original caption reads: "The Coast Guard Cutter EAGLE laying at a shipyard in Bremerhaven, Germany being rigged and outfitted for her voyage to the United States. The square rigged sailng vessel was the former German Training ship 'Horst Wessel'. The bombed buildings of Bremerhaven are in the background." Photo dated 16 April 1946; Photo No. 8.
Photo by "Ruley" (?).
Original caption reads: "295-FT. Three-masted Training Bark (sic) USCGC EAGLE (WIX-327) crossing North Atlantic on Cadet Practice Cruise. Homeport: U.S. Coast Guard Academy, New London, Conn."; Photo dated 25 July 1961; no photo number.
Photo by PHC Leonard Webb.
Original caption reads: "August 15, 1962--President john F. Kennedy addressing Cadets while visiting on board the U.S Coast Guard Academy training bark EAGLE, during the bark's first port-of-call at Washington, D.C. Dignitaries seen in first row behind the President (l to r): Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson, Secretary of the Treasury Douglas Dillon, Commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard Admiral Edwin J. Roland, USCG Under Secretary of the Treasury Henry Fowler, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury James A. Reed." Photo No. 23277; photo by Robert L. Knudsen.
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Original caption reads: "USCGC EAGLE HOSTS OPERATION SAIL 1976 -- The 295-ft. three-masted U.S. Coast Guard Academy training barque leads the marine parade in New York as hostess for Operation Sail 1976 massing of tall ships and other sailing vessels from 30 countries in celebration of America's bicentennial on July 4. EAGLE hosted the first Operation Sail sponsored by England's Sail Training Association which took place in July 1964 and was highlighted by a marine parade in New York."; Photo dated 4 August 1976; Photo No. 3CGD-070476.
Photographer not listed.
No caption/date/photo number; photographer unknown.
Eagle in New York Harbor, later-1970s.