Contributed by National Archives at Boston
During the time that the Navy's Atlantic Fleet destroyer and escort vessel training was based in Casco Bay during World War II, many sailors were trained in shipboard firefighting at a facility the Navy built on Little Chebeague Island.
The firefighter school pump house was used to store mobile engine-powered pumps that provided seawater for extinguishing practice fires at the firefighter school.
About This Item
- Title: Navy pump house, Little Chebeague Island, 1947
- Creator: Office for Emergency Management. War Assets Administration. Region 1. Office of Real Property.
- Creation Date: 1947-10-11
- Subject Date: 1947-10-11
- Local Name: Little Chebeague Island
- County: Cumberland
- State: ME
- Media: Photographic print
- Local Code: ARC #607653, Box 30, 23/06/09-6
- Collection: Record Group 270: Records of the War Assets Administration; Real Property Disposal Case Files
- Object Type: Image
Cross Reference Searches
Standardized Subject Headings
- Fire extinction--Maine
- Casco Bay (Me.)
- Schools--Maine--Litte Chebeague Island
- Little Chebeague Island (Me.)
- Buildings--Maine--Little Chebeague Island
- Fire prevention--Study and teaching--Maine
- Military training--Maine--Little Chebeague Island
- United States. Navy.
- Military bases, American
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