USACE clears navigational hazards
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers personnel pick up logs out of the Puget Sound near downtown Seattle, Oct. 3, 2016. The logs were potential threats to navigation. The Corps has patrolled the Puget Sound to find and remove navigational hazards for more than a century. The vessel Puget's crew collects large pieces of drift, waterlogged pilings, logs considered a hazardous to navigation and other debris. The Puget’s crew pick up about 1,000 tons of debris each year and this represents about 2,000 hazards to navigation.

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Photo by: Dallas Edwards |  VIRIN: 161003-A-JR915-078.JPG