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Map of the Rebel Lines at Raleigh, N.C., Evacuated April 13th, 1865, upon the approach of the Army commanded by Maj. Gen. W. T. Sherman, U.S.A. Reduced under the direction of Capt. O. M. Poe, Corps of Engineers, Bvt. Brig. Gen., U.S.A. & Chief Engineer, Mil. Div. Miss. From captured Rebel map. B. Drayton, Draughtsman.

Drawing: Dry Dock Number 4, Granite and Concrete for the US Navy Yard, New York, New York, Approach Walls

St. Louis & San Francisco Railroad Company. Boynton Creek Nation Territory. Showing Extra Right of Way Wanted for Stock Pens and Approach to Same

Ozark & Cherokee Central Ry. Co. Plat Showing Extra Right of Way for Stock Pens and Approach to Same at Boynton, Creek Nation, Ind. Ter.

St. Louis and San Francisco R.R. Co. Sketch Showing Property to be Acquired for Approach to Stock Pens near Holdenville, Creek nation, I.T.

Monthly Progress Photo, Dry Dock No. 4, East Approach Wall Looking Northeast, Holbrook, Cabot and Rollins Corporation, Contractor

Monthly Progress Photo, Dry Dock No. 4, West Approach Wall Looking Northwest, Holbrook, Cabot and Rollins Corporation, Contractor

Dry Dock Number 4, Monthly Progress Photo, West Approach Wall, Looking North West, Holbrook, Cabot and Rollins Corporation, Contractor

Dry Dock Number 4, Monthly Progress Photo, West Approach Wall, Looking West, Holbrook, Cabot and Rollins Corporation, Contractor

Dry Dock Number 4, Monthly Progress Photo, East Approach Wall, Looking South West, Holbrook, Cabot and Rollins Corporation, Contractor

Dry Dock Number 4, Monthly Progress Photo, East Approach Wall Looking West, Holbrook Cabot and Rollins Corporation, Contractor

Dry Dock Number 4, Monthly Progress Photo, East Approach Wall From West Wall, Holbrook Cabot and Rollins Corporation, Contractor

Dry Dock Number 4, Monthly Progress Photo, West Approach Wall, Looking West, Holbrook, Cabot, and Rollins Corporation, Contractor

Dry Dock Number 4, Monthly Progress Photo, East Approach Wall Looking South West, Holbrook Cabot and Rollins Corporation, Contractor

Dry Dock Number 4, Monthly Progress Photo, West Approach Wall, from East Side, Holbrook, Cabot, and Rollins Corporation, Contractor

Dry Dock Number 4, Monthly Progress Photo, Backing West Approach Wall, Looking North, Holbrook, Cabot, and Rollins Corporation, Contractor

Dry Dock Number 4, Monthly Progress Photo, East Approach Wall, Looking East, Holbrook, Cabot, and Rollins Corporation, Contractor

Dry Dock Number 4, Monthly Progress Photo, East Approach Wall, Looking Southwest, Holbrook, Cabot, and Rollins Corporation, Contractor

Dry Dock Number 4, Monthly Progress Photo, West Approach Wall, Looking Southwest, Holbrook, Cabot, and Rollins Corporation, Contractor

Dry Dock Number 4, Monthly Progress Photo, West Approach Wall, Looking Northeast, Holbrook, Cabot, and Rollins Corporation, Contractor

Dry Dock Number 4, Monthly Progress Photo, West Approach Wall, Looking West, Holbrook, Cabot, and Rollins Corporation, Contractor

Dry Dock Number 4, Monthly Progress Photo, East Approach Wall, Looking Southwest, Holbrook, Cabot, and Rollins Corporation, Contractor

Dry Dock Number 4, Monthly Progress Photo, Looking Northeast from East End Caisson, East Approach Wall, Holbrook, Cabot, and Rollins Corporation, Contractor

Durax Pavement, Concrete Base West Side Approach Dry Dock 4, Looking Northeast, Uvalde Asphalt Company, Contractor

Durax Pavement, Concrete Base West Side Approach Dry Dock 4, Looking Northeast, Uvalde Asphalt Company, Contractor

British machine gunners guard approach to Cologne, Germany

Monthly Progress Photo, Concrete Paving at Pier D Approach, Looking West, Yard Labor

Camouflage - Miscellaneous - One of the emplacements from the front, giving an idea of the roof of the dugout, of the size of the opening, in consequence of field of fire. It should be noted, in the construction of emplacements, that the larger the aperture, the more imperfect is the concealment and that the exposure of batteries is being brought close to the line for a given field of fire is made less safe not only by their approach to the enemy, but by the increased difficulty in the constuction and concealment of their position

Photograph of Informational Sign at Approach to M-33 Deer Checking Station

6/65. Cordova - New approach to small boat harbor shown on the left.(looking east)

6/65. Cordova - Building a new small boat harbor approach

6/65. Valdez - Driving pile for approach to small boat harbor

6/65. Valdez - Jet driving of pile for new small boat harbor approach

8/65. Cordova - Shows small boat harbor approach structure

6/65. Cordova - Workman placing new planking for small boat harbor approach

8/65. Cordova - Piling placed for approach to city dock

6/65. Valdez - Jet driving of pile for new approach to small boat harbor

8/65. Cordova - Shows new approach and floating platforms in small boat harbor

6/65. Cordova - New approach to small boat harbor. Piling shown on left is small boat launching ramp. (looking NE)

A US Air Force (USAF) B-52H Stratofortress aircraft on landing approach during Operation LINEBACKER

Returned POWs U.S. Navy CPT Jeremiah Andrew Denton (on left), (Captured 18 Jul 65) and Navy CPT James Alfred Mulligan, (Captured 20 Mar 66) along with 13th Air Force Commander, LGEN William G. Moore approach the microphones on the flight line for a farewell statement prior to board the C-141 Starlifter for the trip from Clark AB to sthe states. Both Denton and Mulligan were released by the North Vietnamese in Hanoi on 12 Feb 73 in Hanoi

The Huey H-1 helicopters, carrying the members of the United Nation's International Commission of Control and Supervision who will observe the exchange American and South Vietnamese prisoners for Viet Cong (VC) and North Vietnamese (NVA) prisoners, approach the exchange location

J-85 F-106 AIRPLANE SPIKE INLET 40-60 APPROACH CONFIGURATION AT THE HANGAR APRON

J-85 F-106 AIRPLANE SPIKE INLET 40-60 APPROACH CONFIGURATION AT THE HANGAR APRON

J-85 F-106 AIRPLANE SPIKE INLET 40-60 APPROACH CONFIGURATION AT THE HANGAR APRON

QUIET ENGINE C - APPROACH INTAKE - OPEN FAN NOZZLE

TREES ON APPROACH TO RUNWAY AT CLEVELAND HOPKINS AIRPORT - 30 TAGS

TREES ON APPROACH TO RUNWAY AT CLEVELAND HOPKINS AIRPORT - 30 TAGS

TREES ON APPROACH TO RUNWAY AT CLEVELAND HOPKINS AIRPORT - 30 TAGS

TREES ON APPROACH TO RUNWAY AT CLEVELAND HOPKINS AIRPORT - 30 TAGS

QUIET ENGINE C - APPROACH INTAKE - OPEN FAN NOZZLE

TREES ON APPROACH TO RUNWAY AT CLEVELAND HOPKINS AIRPORT - 30 TAGS

TREES ON APPROACH TO RUNWAY AT CLEVELAND HOPKINS AIRPORT - 30 TAGS

TREES ON APPROACH TO RUNWAY AT CLEVELAND HOPKINS AIRPORT - 30 TAGS

TREES ON APPROACH TO RUNWAY AT CLEVELAND HOPKINS AIRPORT - 30 TAGS

TREES ON APPROACH TO RUNWAY AT CLEVELAND HOPKINS AIRPORT - 30 TAGS

TREES ON APPROACH TO RUNWAY AT CLEVELAND HOPKINS AIRPORT - 30 TAGS

QUIET ENGINE C - APPROACH INTAKE - OPEN FAN NOZZLE

TREES ON APPROACH TO RUNWAY AT CLEVELAND HOPKINS AIRPORT - 30 TAGS

TREES ON APPROACH TO RUNWAY AT CLEVELAND HOPKINS AIRPORT - 30 TAGS

TREES ON APPROACH TO RUNWAY AT CLEVELAND HOPKINS AIRPORT - 30 TAGS

TREES ON APPROACH TO RUNWAY AT CLEVELAND HOPKINS AIRPORT - 30 TAGS

TREES ON APPROACH TO RUNWAY AT CLEVELAND HOPKINS AIRPORT - 30 TAGS

TREES ON APPROACH TO RUNWAY AT CLEVELAND HOPKINS AIRPORT - 30 TAGS

TREES ON APPROACH TO RUNWAY AT CLEVELAND HOPKINS AIRPORT - 30 TAGS

TREES ON APPROACH TO RUNWAY AT CLEVELAND HOPKINS AIRPORT - 30 TAGS

TREES ON APPROACH TO RUNWAY AT CLEVELAND HOPKINS AIRPORT - 30 TAGS

TREES ON APPROACH TO RUNWAY AT CLEVELAND HOPKINS AIRPORT - 30 TAGS

TREES ON APPROACH TO RUNWAY AT CLEVELAND HOPKINS AIRPORT - 30 TAGS

QUIET ENGINE C - APPROACH INTAKE - OPEN FAN NOZZLE

TREES ON APPROACH TO RUNWAY AT CLEVELAND HOPKINS AIRPORT - 30 TAGS

TREES ON APPROACH TO RUNWAY AT CLEVELAND HOPKINS AIRPORT - 30 TAGS

QUIET ENGINE C - APPROACH INTAKE - OPEN FAN NOZZLE

TREES ON APPROACH TO RUNWAY AT CLEVELAND HOPKINS AIRPORT - 30 TAGS

TREES ON APPROACH TO RUNWAY AT CLEVELAND HOPKINS AIRPORT - 30 TAGS

TREES ON APPROACH TO RUNWAY AT CLEVELAND HOPKINS AIRPORT - 30 TAGS

TREES ON APPROACH TO RUNWAY AT CLEVELAND HOPKINS AIRPORT - 30 TAGS

TREES ON APPROACH TO RUNWAY AT CLEVELAND HOPKINS AIRPORT - 30 TAGS

WING AND APPROACH FATIGUE FAILURES

WING AND APPROACH FATIGUE FAILURES

WING AND APPROACH FATIGUE FAILURES

QCSEE QUIET CLEAN STOL EXPERIMENTAL ENGINE WING APPROACH FLAP

WING AND APPROACH FATIGUE FAILURES

WING AND APPROACH FATIGUE FAILURES

QCSEE QUIET CLEAN STOL EXPERIMENTAL ENGINE WING APPROACH FLAP

An air-to-air front view of three F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft as they approach to refuel from a tanker aircraft

An air Force F-15A Eagle aircraft is in its final approach for a landing

9th Military Airlift Squadron pilots, flying a C-5A Galaxy aircraft, approach a lowered refueling boom during exercise PROUD PHANTOM

C-130 Hercules aircraft approach a drop zone for airdropping of Korean troopers as combat controllers (in the foreground) signal the aircraft with a flare smoke and marking panels. They are participating in exercise Purple Duck, a deployment from Yokota Air Base, Japan, to Kwang Ju Air Base, Korea, for joint operation readiness maneuvers with Korean troopers

An elevated view of the runway approach

An elevated view of the runway approach at dusk with the landing lights on

An elevated view of the runway approach to the airport

An elevated view of the runway approach

An elevated view of the runway approach

A Fighter Squadron 142 (VF-142) F-14A Tomcat aircraft overflies the flight deck of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN 69) after being waved off during a landing approach

Air traffic controllers at work in the Radar Approach Control (RAPCON) Section of the 1974th Communications Command (AFCC)

TECH. SGT. Greg Rachels and STAFF SGT. Ray Johnson, radar maintenance specialists from the 2048th Communications Squadron, discuss the alignment of azimuth and elevation antennas outside the Ground Control Approach trailer

SRA James Calkins, an air traffic controller with the 1974th Communications Group of the Air Force Communications Command (AFCC), is reflected in the precision approach radar scope as he directs an aircraft

AIRMAN Gary Zeis and AIRMAN 1ST Class Retta Hart, air traffic controller from the 2048th Communications Squadron, maintain radio contact with the ground control approach trailer and an aircraft, from their station in the control tower

From back to front, Ground Controlled Approach (GCA) controllers TSGT Rod Horton, A1C Dawn Noyes and SSGT Steve Medwick monitor radar scopes from a small trailer near the runway

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