United States Coast Guard Heavy Icebreaker Polar Star clears ice from Waterquarters Bay during operation Deep Freeze January 20, 2016 at McMurdo Station, Antarctica.
RMFXCH46United States Coast Guard Heavy Icebreaker Polar Star clears ice from Waterquarters Bay during operation Deep Freeze January 20, 2016 at McMurdo Station, Antarctica.
passenger ship and icebreaker 'Polar Star', Norway, Svalbard
RMEBTCJGpassenger ship and icebreaker 'Polar Star', Norway, Svalbard
United States Coast Guard Heavy Icebreaker Polar Star in open water May 7, 2015 near Seattle, Washington.
RMENW0FWUnited States Coast Guard Heavy Icebreaker Polar Star in open water May 7, 2015 near Seattle, Washington.
Mc Murdo Station, Antarctica. 25th Jan, 2023. McMurdo Station, Antarctica. 25 January, 2023. The Coast Guard heavy ice breaker Polar Star breaks floating ice in support of the U.S. Antarctic Program at McMurdo Station, January 25, 2023 in Antarctica. The U.S. Army 7th Transportation Brigade needed the pier moved to build a modular causeway system for offloading cargo from resupply ships. Credit: MCS RJ Stratchko/U.S. Navy Photo/Alamy Live News
RM2MHA69AMc Murdo Station, Antarctica. 25th Jan, 2023. McMurdo Station, Antarctica. 25 January, 2023. The Coast Guard heavy ice breaker Polar Star breaks floating ice in support of the U.S. Antarctic Program at McMurdo Station, January 25, 2023 in Antarctica. The U.S. Army 7th Transportation Brigade needed the pier moved to build a modular causeway system for offloading cargo from resupply ships. Credit: MCS RJ Stratchko/U.S. Navy Photo/Alamy Live News
Star Clipper and RRS Ernest Shackleton Sisimiut Greenland
RFR86HMTStar Clipper and RRS Ernest Shackleton Sisimiut Greenland
McMurdo Station, Antarctica - 13th Jan, 2015: US Coast Guard Cutter Polar Star breaks a channel in the sea ice to provide access for a supply vessel.
RFM56E06McMurdo Station, Antarctica - 13th Jan, 2015: US Coast Guard Cutter Polar Star breaks a channel in the sea ice to provide access for a supply vessel.
Coast Guard Cutter Polar Star sits on blocks in a Vallejo, Calif., dry dock facility undergoing depot-level maintenance including inspections and repairs to critical cutter components prior to the cutter’s next patrol, April 16, 2018. As activity in the Polar Regions continues to grow, the Coast Guard maintains their aging icebreaking assets to protect U.S. security, environmental and economic interests in these regions of the world. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Matthew S. Masaschi.
RMME1N1DCoast Guard Cutter Polar Star sits on blocks in a Vallejo, Calif., dry dock facility undergoing depot-level maintenance including inspections and repairs to critical cutter components prior to the cutter’s next patrol, April 16, 2018. As activity in the Polar Regions continues to grow, the Coast Guard maintains their aging icebreaking assets to protect U.S. security, environmental and economic interests in these regions of the world. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Matthew S. Masaschi.
Seattle, WA - USA -Sept. 23, 2021: Vertical view the USCGC Polar Star (WAGB-10) a United States Coast Guard heavy icebreaker tied up to a pier in the
RF2GXRXTGSeattle, WA - USA -Sept. 23, 2021: Vertical view the USCGC Polar Star (WAGB-10) a United States Coast Guard heavy icebreaker tied up to a pier in the
Contractors prepare to exchange the 16-foot-diameter propellers on the Coast Guard Cutter Polar Star while the cutter undergoes repair work at a dry dock in Vallejo, Calif., June 14, 2018. The Polar Star is the nation’s only heavy icebreaker and one of only two Coast Guard cutters capable of accessing the Polar Regions. U.S. Coast Guard
RMPFDJN1Contractors prepare to exchange the 16-foot-diameter propellers on the Coast Guard Cutter Polar Star while the cutter undergoes repair work at a dry dock in Vallejo, Calif., June 14, 2018. The Polar Star is the nation’s only heavy icebreaker and one of only two Coast Guard cutters capable of accessing the Polar Regions. U.S. Coast Guard
Mc Murdo Station, Antarctica. 25th Jan, 2023. McMurdo Station, Antarctica. 25 January, 2023. The Coast Guard heavy ice breaker Polar Star pushes the ice pier into a new position in support of the U.S. Antarctic Program at McMurdo Station, January 25, 2023 in Antarctica. The U.S. Army 7th Transportation Brigade needed the pier moved to build a modular causeway system for offloading cargo from resupply ships. Credit: MCS RJ Stratchko/U.S. Navy Photo/Alamy Live News
RM2MHA69BMc Murdo Station, Antarctica. 25th Jan, 2023. McMurdo Station, Antarctica. 25 January, 2023. The Coast Guard heavy ice breaker Polar Star pushes the ice pier into a new position in support of the U.S. Antarctic Program at McMurdo Station, January 25, 2023 in Antarctica. The U.S. Army 7th Transportation Brigade needed the pier moved to build a modular causeway system for offloading cargo from resupply ships. Credit: MCS RJ Stratchko/U.S. Navy Photo/Alamy Live News
McMurdo Station, Antarctica - 13th Jan, 2015: US Coast Guard Cutter Polar Star breaks a channel in the sea ice to provide access for a supply vessel.
RFM56DY8McMurdo Station, Antarctica - 13th Jan, 2015: US Coast Guard Cutter Polar Star breaks a channel in the sea ice to provide access for a supply vessel.
Contractors conduct work on the hull of the Coast Guard Cutter Polar Star from the floor of the dry dock where the cutter is undergoing depot-level maintenance in Vallejo, Calif., in preparation for the cutter’s future polar region patrol, April 16, 2018. The crew of Polar Star overcame several engineering challenges during their recent Antarctic deployment including two instances requiring significant damage control efforts in order for the crew to complete their mission. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Matthew S. Masaschi.
RMME1N25Contractors conduct work on the hull of the Coast Guard Cutter Polar Star from the floor of the dry dock where the cutter is undergoing depot-level maintenance in Vallejo, Calif., in preparation for the cutter’s future polar region patrol, April 16, 2018. The crew of Polar Star overcame several engineering challenges during their recent Antarctic deployment including two instances requiring significant damage control efforts in order for the crew to complete their mission. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Matthew S. Masaschi.