While many Americans are taking their vacations to the shore, help us identify the harbor in this photo.
The ship names are barely visible, but can you recognize them? Do the cranes in the background or the mountain in the mist give away the location of this place - Stateside or overseas?
According to our records, the USO logo on the armband of the volunteer pictured here was in use from 1974-1983. Do you notice anything else that indicates a more specific date when this photo was taken?
Leave a comment below if you can provide any information about the people, place or date this photo was taken.
‘For you sail at break of day, Hey!’
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