Marine Corps Recruit Depot

 

Marine Corps Recruit Depot

Eastern Recruiting Region

Parris Island, South Carolina
MCRD Parris Island Photo Gallery
Keyword: Category: Tag: Sort By:
1 2 3 4 5 Next
NEW ORLEANS (Sept. 6, 2005) - Members of the Coast Guard Sector Ohio Valley Disaster Response Team and the Miami-Dade Urban Search and Rescue Team mark a house here today to show that it has been searched for survivors of Hurricane Katrina. Teams are conducting massive search efforts for anyone who may still be trapped by the floodwaters. USCG photo by PO Robert Reed.
Download Full Image Photo Details
The 1940 South Carolina hurricane was a Category 2 hurricane.
Download Full Image Photo Details
NEW ORLEANS (Aug. 30, 2005) - Coast Guard Petty Officer 2nd Class Shawn Beaty, 29, of Long Island, N.Y., looks for survivors in the wake of Hurricane Katrina here today.  Beaty is a member of an HH-60 Jayhawk helicopter rescue crew sent from Clearwater, Fla., to assist in search and rescue efforts.  U.S. Coast Guard photograph by Petty Officer 2nd Class NyxoLyno Cangemi
Download Full Image Photo Details
<p>''Katrina is comparable in intensity to Hurricane Camille of 1969, only larger,''warned the National Hurricane Center on Sunday, August 28, 2005. By this time, Hurricane Katrina was set to become one of the most powerful storms to strike the United States, with winds of 257 kilometers per hour (160 miles per hour) and stronger gusts. The air pressure, another indicator of hurricane strength, at the center of this Category 5 storm measured 902 millibars, the fourth lowest air pressure on record for an Atlantic storm. The lower the air pressure, the more powerful the storm. </p>  <p>Two hours after the National Hurricane Center issued their warning, the Moderate Resolution Spectroradiometer (MODIS) captured this image from NASA's Terra satellite at 1:00 p.m. Eastern Daylight Savings Time.  The massive storm covers much of the Gulf of Mexico, spanning from the U.S. coast to the Yucatan Peninsula.</p>  <p>The large image provided above has a resolution of 500 meters per pixel. The image is available in  rapidfire.sci.gsfc.nasa.gov/gallery/?2005240-0828/Katrina.A2005240.1700 additional resolutions  from the MODIS Rapid Response Team.</p><p>NASA image courtesy the  rapidfire.sci.gsfc.nasa.gov/ MODIS Rapid Response Team  at Goddard Space Flight Center</p>

NASA Identifier: ge_15395
Download Full Image Photo Details
New Orleans, LA (Sep 5, 2005--AMT Jay Wright's helmet frames the New Orleans flooding from Hurricane Katrina.   USCG Photo by Gary Johnson, USCGAUX
Download Full Image Photo Details
GULFPORT, Miss. (Sept, 6, 2005)  Coast Guard Station Gulfport Mississippi destroyed by Hurricane Katrina.  USCG photo by Lt.j.g Earl Lingerfelt.
Download Full Image Photo Details
GULFPORT, Miss. (Sept, 6, 2005)  Coast Guard Station Gulfport Mississippi destroyed by Hurricane Katrina.  USCG photo by Lt.j.g Earl Lingerfelt.
Download Full Image Photo Details
Hurricane Gracie hit Parris Island in September 1959.
Download Full Image Photo Details
Hurricane Gracie hit Parris Island in September 1959.
Download Full Image Photo Details
Sgt. Maj. of the Marine Corps Ronald L. Green (left) salutes during the pass in review of Delta Company, 1st Recruit Training Battalion, April 10, 2015, on Parris Island, S.C. Green, from Jackson, Miss., was the parade reviewing official for Delta Company’s graduation ceremony. (Photo by Sgt. Jennifer Schubert)
Download Full Image Photo Details
Alligator kept by World War II era Marines on Parris Island.
Download Full Image Photo Details
Rifle range coaches wear sombreros.
Photo circa 1918
Download Full Image Photo Details
barracks
Download Full Image Photo Details
Unveiling of Iron Mike statue in 1924.
Download Full Image Photo Details
New recruits get their first impressions of the post while en route to the quarantine station circa 1917.
Download Full Image Photo Details
This living Marine Corps emblem included 100 officers and 9,000 enlisted Marines.
Download Full Image Photo Details
1 2 3 4 5 Next