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Aleutian Islands,

chain of islands in the North Pacific Ocean.
Aleutian disease - plasma cell disorder of minks with characteristics similar to multiple myeloma.
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Caption: A Maersk container vessel, Sea Land Charger, at Dutch Harbor in Unalaska Bay where the City of Unalaska is working on an update to the Unalaska Marine Center.
Furthermore, a new refrigerated container service will be sailing from Dutch Harbor to IJmuiden, giving clients the opportunity to store frozen fish products in The Netherlands before further distributing them to end users throughout Europe.
30-caliber machine gun actually defended the hill depicted in the Dutch Harbor artwork.
Hunter von Leer, Santa Monica, 19- and 31-pound Pacific cod, June 25, Dutch Harbor, Alaska, 20- and 30-pound line-class records, respectively.
In Dutch Harbor on either tour, you'll ride in a sturdy ex-troop carrier as you explore World War II bunkers and barracks, and visit an onion-domed Russian Orthodox church and the newly restored Bishop's House, now a museum of Aleutian art and artifacts.
Today, I encourage all Alaskans to honor the men and women who died during the attack on Dutch harbor, and the inhabitants of Attu and Kiska, who fell into enemy hands.
After Dutch Harbor, the 807th spent time on Alaska's Attu island and then in Hawaii before heading to Okinawa.
Dutch Harbor has been number one in volume for 22 consecutive years, landing 515 million pounds, mostly pollock.
Survivors include a daughter, Valerie Disla of Blachly; two sons, Douglas Sackett of Dutch Harbor, Alaska, and Richard Sackett of Wasilla, Alaska; 11 step-children; 10 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.
The Healy will set sail from Unalaska's port of Dutch Harbor and make its way to the northern Bering Sea.
Finnish ship power supplier and decentralized power generation systems provider Wartsila Corporation said on Thursday (26 August) that it had been contracted by the city of Unalaska in Alaska, US, to supply a power plant to meet the energy needs of the Port of Dutch Harbor.