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(AK-179, dp. 2,474; 1. 338'6"; b. 50'; dr. 21'1";' s. 12 k.; cpl. 85; a. 1 3"; cl. Alamosa)

Faribault (AK-179) was launched 24 February 1945 by Kaiser Cargo, Inc., Richmond, Calif., sponsored by Mrs. L. J. Morand, acquired by the Navy from the Maritime Commission 20 April 1945; and commissioned the same day, Lieutenant Commander C. O. Fulgham, USNR, in command. Between 16 June 1945 and 1 September, Faribault voyaged from San Francisco to Leyte and Eniwetok with cargo, then sailed again 29 September with cargo for use in the occupation of Japan. She remained in the western Pacific, carrying cargo to and from Yokosuka, Guam, Saipan, Okinawa, Luzon, Samar, and Manus, until returning to San Francisco 23 April 1946. Faribault was decommissioned at Seattle 10 July 1946, and returned to the Maritime Commission the following day.

Reacquired 16 May 1947, Faribault was recommissioned 26 June 1947 at Bremerton, and assigned to duty in the Service Force, Pacific Fleet, based on Pearl Harbor. She ranged among the islands of the Hawaiian, Marshall, Caroline, and Philippine groups, as well as other isolated islands such as Johnston. Between 7 November 1952 and 22 July 1953, she carried cargo from Pearl Harbor to Japan and Korea for support of the troops in Korea, then returned to duty in the Central Pacific.

Faribault served in the Far East once more between 11 August 1954 and 3 April 1955, and during September, October, and November 1954, lay at Tourane and Haiphong, IndoChina, acting as fleet issue ship to the force carrying out Operation "Passage to Freedom," the evacuation of civilian refugees from Communist held North Vietnam. From April 1955 through the remainder of the year, she carried cargo from Pearl Harbor to Midway and the Marshalls, and on 13 April 1956 arrived at San Diego, where she was placed out of commission in reserve 20 July 1956.

Faribault received two battle stars for Korean War service.

Former porn star Bree Olson describes struggles after leaving adult film industry

Former adult film star Bree Olson has a message for young girls: Don’t get into porn.

Olson was one of Charlie Sheen’s live-in “goddesses” who shared his home with other women during his 2011 meltdown.

Olson estimates she was making $30,000 to $60,000 a month in the adult film industry before she gave up her career and parted ways with Sheen.

Since then, she’s been trying to transition into mainstream life, but it hasn’t been easy. Olson shared her struggles in a video for the digital interview series, “Real Women, Real Stories.”

She said she has trouble finding work and making friends. No one wants anything to do with her after they find out about her former life. Without giving details, she said people who recognize her in public call her ugly, demeaning names.

“When I go out, I feel as if I’m wearing ‘slut’ across my forehead,” she said in the video interview, which was posted online last week and is making the rounds in feminist circles on social media.

“I have really gotten to the point where there are days to weeks at time where I don’t leave the house because I don’t feel like facing the world,” she said. “People treat me as if I am a pedophile. They don’t treat me like an ex-sex worker. They treat me like I would somehow be damaging to children.”

Olson, 29, moved recently from Los Angeles to Fort Wayne, Indiana. In an email interview with CNN she said she left the porn industry in 2011 and tried to launch several businesses that failed. She now works reluctantly as a cam model, a term for men and women who perform sex acts on live webcams for Internet customers. She has a girlfriend, and Bree Olson is not her real name.

Olson said she agreed to do the video interview — recorded last year at her home in L.A. — to offer an honest take on the porn industry and its effects on female stars of adult films.

The curator of “Real Women, Real Stories,” Matan Uziel, told CNN he launched the series to empower women by highlighting their struggles, challenging stereotypes and raising money for causes that support girls’ and women’s education.

“Today, unfortunately women are seriously under-represented across nearly all sectors of society around the globe. I believe that with that proper exposure, we can minimize the destruction and even reverse some negative trends against women,” he told CNN in an email. “In our next episodes, we want to keep spotlighting provocative stories about women that you don’t get to access through magazines and reality television.”

When Olson is asked in the video how she would like to be treated, the question appears to catch her off guard. She brings her hands to her mouth, falling silent as tears fill her eyes.

“I wish people would treat me like they would treat a married registered nurse with 2.5 kids in Indiana. That’s how I wish people would treat me,” she said, wiping away tears.

“I would be so happy,” she continues. “I never even thought of that before. But it will never happen. That’s probably why I don’t think about it.”

Olson told CNN the backlash she’s faced over her work in porn has killed her dreams of having children.

“I’ll never put a child through this,” she said. “Even with the best private education and great parenting, the parents will talk and the children will hear and my child would be ostracized.”

She also fears that her past will derail her goal of having a traditional career.

“I’d love to go back to college and work for some amazing company, be it health care, children, some other type of firm, and I’d work my way right to the top — but I am hit with harsh realities constantly,” she told CNN.

“People say, change your hair color, move to another state. Ha! People know me by voice alone. I can’t run. I can’t hide. I have to face this. Anonymity is something I’ll never know. Even with all the surgeries, relocating, years of school, all it takes is one person to blow everything,” she said.

“The only way to have power at this point is to own it. Yeah, I did porn, and thanks to this society that’s all I can say I’ve done.”

In the video, Olson says there’s nothing inherently wrong with porn or with women embracing their sexuality. Even so, she cautions young women against entering the adult film industry because of how society will treat them.

“I send a very strong message to young girls: Don’t do porn,” she said. “You’re just going to have a life of crap in front of you in dealing with people, companies,” she said, describing how employers can turn you down based on past experience or “morality clauses.”

“These are things that teenage girls don’t think (about),” she said. “There’s nothing wrong with porn, but how people treat you for the rest of your life, it’s not worth it.”

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Usagi has blue eyes and long blonde hair that she wears in odango. She has porcelain skin and a slim figure. She is the shortest of the Senshi.

The outfit that Usagi usually wears is a blue middle-school sailor uniform. The uniform has a blue sailor collar with three white stripes. She has a red ribbon on the front of her uniform, which she ties her magical brooch to. She has a white blouse with blue sleeve-cuffs that have three white stripes, just like the collar.

In the summer, she wears a white, short-sleeved blouse with puffed sleeves. She has a blue pleated skirt with a blue ribbon on the back. She usually wears white socks and black cross-strap Mary Jane shoes.

Sailor Guardian

Sailor Moon’s standard uniform consists of a white chest-armored leotard with a blue sailor collar that has three white stripes on it, white gloves with three red arm fittings that reach just below her elbows, white shoulder pads, a blue skirt with a puffy white belt sat above it, along with a red bow on the chest and at the back. She also sports a pair of red short heeled knee-high boots with a white border at the triangular top that has golden crescent moons, earrings consisting of grey studs with golden stars and golden crescent moons beneath, white-bordered red circular hairpieces (one on each odango), feather barrettes in her hair, and a red choker with a golden crescent moon on it and a clip that is similar to her transformation brooch attached to it. Her brooch is worn in the middle of her chest bow, and she wore a mask that disappeared after Act 16.

When she gains Moon Cosmic Power, Make Up, her choker becomes red with a yellow heart at the center.

Her tiara underwent a few changes at first, it was a golden tiara with a red oval-shaped gem at its center. It later disappeared after she threw it at Jadeite in Act 3. A new one appeared in Act 4 which looked like the old one, but the gem in the center was larger, and the tiara itself had a more intricate design. After she met Sailor Venus in Act 8, her tiara changed into the shape of a crescent moon with a red gem in the center, and after awakening as Princess Serenity in Act 9, the tiara shattered and was replaced with the mark of a singular crescent moon the tiara eventually reverted to its original form with the commencement of the Black Moon arc.

As Super Sailor Moon, her uniform underwent many changes her earrings are now singular crescent moons affixed to her ears, her choker is yellow with a pink heart in the center, the stripes on her collar change from white to golden, and her shoulder pads are white, translucent, and more wing-like in shape. Her back waist bow becomes white, long, translucent, and billowy. Her collar is blue in the front and yellow in the back, the colors blending into each other over her shoulders. Her skirt is now white with a blue and yellow border at the bottom the colors blend into each other similar to how they do on her collar. The red gem on her tiara is replaced with a gold crescent moon, a puffy golden belt sits above her usual white belt, and a second Cosmic Heart Compact is attached to the center of her belt.

When Usagi became Eternal Sailor Moon, her uniform underwent the most radical changes she no longer wears a tiara and instead has a golden crescent moon on her forehead, her leotard no longer has chest armor, her earrings have a golden star attached beneath each crescent moon, and her choker is red and v-shaped with a pink heart at the center and a golden crescent moon beneath it. The collar itself is like her original one, but it is a darker shade of blue with three golden stripes. In the place of her shoulder pads are pink bubble-like sleeves with two red fittings at the ends they have somewhat of a translucent aspect to them. In the area where her chest bow was located is a pair of white angel wings with a pink heart that has a golden crescent moon attached to it sitting at its center. Her gloves now have red, v-shaped wristbands with golden crescent moons on them, the fittings at the ends of the gloves have feather barrettes attached to them similar to the ones in her hair, and the gloves themselves are now extended to reach up to her upper arms. Her belt is now comprised of two ribbons (the one on top is yellow and the one beneath it is red) clipped together by a golden crescent moon the bottom ribbon extends past her skirt, mimicking the flowing effect that her previous back bow had. Her back bow is replaced with a set of large white angel wings, her skirt is now composed of three layers (the top layer is yellow, the middle layer is red, the bottom layer is blue), and her boots are now white and knee-length with a slightly larger heel and red v-shaped borders that have golden crescent moons on them.

Main Page: Princess Serenity
Princess Serenity was the previous incarnation of Usagi Tsukino/Sailor Moon. While Usagi is shown to have abundant powers as Sailor Moon and her future self, Neo-Queen Serenity, Princess Serenity did not have any significant powers.

Main Page: Neo-Queen Serenity
Neo-Queen Serenity is Usagi Tsukino’s future self she is the Queen of Crystal Tokyo and of the Earth, she has been shown to have strong powers. Eternal Sailor Moon is closest to this form.

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