Kodiak-based Coast Guardsmen beautify base

Coast Guardsmen from across Coast Guard base Kodiak took part in the annual Earth Day clean up in Kodiak May 6, 2011. Crews enjoyed sunny weather and hardly any clouds during the beautification project. Plastic bottles, plastic wrap and metal pieces were just a few of the items cleaned up on the largest Coast Guard base in the nation.

KODIAK, Alaska - Coast Guard Chief Petty Officer Jeremiah Moon, a boatswains mate with the North Pacific Regional Fisheries Training Center, ties a trash bag full of garbage collected from Jewel Beach May 6, 2011, on Coast Guard base Kodiak. The base took advantage of the weather and held their annual Earth Day cleanup. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Charly Hengen.

KODIAK, Alaska - Coast Guardsmen with Base Support Unit Kodiak walk along Jewel Beach at Coast Guard base Kodiak during the base wide Earth Day cleanup May 6, 2011. Coast Guardsmen and civlians took advantage of the weather to clean up litter from the base for the annual event. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Charly Hengen.

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