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Balance, William - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Balance, Oliver - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

American Red Cross - Canteens - Interior view of the American Red Cross line of communication canteen showing some causual soldiers resting up for the balance of their journey

Tipping the Balance

COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY SATELLITE CTS SPACECRAFT SOUTH PANEL THERMAL BALANCE TEST AT THE ELECTRIC PROPULSION LABORATORY EPL

TRAMP BALANCE SYSTEM CALIBRATION SETUP

COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY SATELLITE CTS SPACECRAFT SOUTH PANEL THERMAL BALANCE TEST AT THE ELECTRIC PROPULSION LABORATORY EPL

COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY SATELLITE CTS SPACECRAFT SOUTH PANEL THERMAL BALANCE TEST AT THE ELECTRIC PROPULSION LABORATORY EPL

COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY SATELLITE CTS SPACECRAFT SOUTH PANEL THERMAL BALANCE TEST AT THE ELECTRIC PROPULSION LABORATORY EPL

COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY SATELLITE CTS SPACECRAFT SOUTH PANEL THERMAL BALANCE TEST AT THE ELECTRIC PROPULSION LABORATORY EPL

TF-34 BALANCE RIG

TF-34 BALANCE RIG

COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY SATELLITE CTS SPACECRAFT SOUTH PANEL THERMAL BALANCE TEST AT THE ELECTRIC PROPULSION LABORATORY EPL

TRAMP BALANCE SYSTEM CALIBRATION SETUP

TRAMP BALANCE CALIBRATION FOR INDIVIDUAL FAN LOAD CELL CALIBRATION

TRAMP BALANCE SYSTEM CALIBRATION SETUP

COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY SATELLITE CTS SPACECRAFT SOUTH PANEL THERMAL BALANCE TEST AT THE ELECTRIC PROPULSION LABORATORY EPL

TF-34 BALANCE RIG

COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY SATELLITE CTS SPACECRAFT SOUTH PANEL THERMAL BALANCE TEST AT THE ELECTRIC PROPULSION LABORATORY EPL

TRAMP BALANCE CALIBRATION FOR INDIVIDUAL FAN LOAD CELL CALIBRATION

COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY SATELLITE CTS SPACECRAFT SOUTH PANEL THERMAL BALANCE TEST AT THE ELECTRIC PROPULSION LABORATORY EPL

TRAMP BALANCE SYSTEM CALIBRATION SETUP

COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY SATELLITE CTS SPACECRAFT SOUTH PANEL THERMAL BALANCE TEST AT THE ELECTRIC PROPULSION LABORATORY EPL

COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY SATELLITE CTS SPACECRAFT SOUTH PANEL THERMAL BALANCE TEST AT THE ELECTRIC PROPULSION LABORATORY EPL

TRAMP BALANCE CALIBRATION FOR INDIVIDUAL FAN LOAD CELL CALIBRATION

WING BALANCE IN CALIBRATION FIXTURE AT FABRICATION SHOP

WING BALANCE IN CALIBRATION FIXTURE AT FABRICATION SHOP

WING BALANCE IN CALIBRATION FIXTURE AT FABRICATION SHOP

WING BALANCE IN CALIBRATION FIXTURE AT FABRICATION SHOP

A Northrop Corporation technician tests the buoyancy and balance of a "floating ball" element of the new inertial guidance system being developed for the US Air Force's MX advanced intercontinental ballistic missile technology program

A soldier crosses a balance beam while on an obstacle course

A soldier crosses a balance beam while on an obstacle course

TEST SETUP IN THE 8X6 FOOT WIND TUNNEL BALANCE CHAMBER AND TEST SECTION FOR THE BOUNDARY LAYER CONTROL INLET

TEST SETUP IN THE 8X6 FOOT WIND TUNNEL BALANCE CHAMBER AND TEST SECTION FOR THE BOUNDARY LAYER CONTROL INLET

TEST SETUP IN THE 8X6 FOOT WIND TUNNEL BALANCE CHAMBER AND TEST SECTION FOR THE BOUNDARY LAYER CONTROL INLET

TEST SETUP IN THE 8X6 FOOT WIND TUNNEL BALANCE CHAMBER AND TEST SECTION FOR THE BOUNDARY LAYER CONTROL INLET

MULTI PLANE BALANCE RIG DURING RUN

TEST SETUP IN THE 8X6 FOOT WIND TUNNEL BALANCE CHAMBER AND TEST SECTION FOR THE BOUNDARY LAYER CONTROL INLET

TEST SETUP IN THE 8X6 FOOT WIND TUNNEL BALANCE CHAMBER AND TEST SECTION FOR THE BOUNDARY LAYER CONTROL INLET

TEST SETUP IN THE 8X6 FOOT WIND TUNNEL BALANCE CHAMBER AND TEST SECTION FOR THE BOUNDARY LAYER CONTROL INLET

TEST SETUP IN THE 8X6 FOOT WIND TUNNEL BALANCE CHAMBER AND TEST SECTION FOR THE BOUNDARY LAYER CONTROL INLET

TEST SETUP IN THE 8X6 FOOT WIND TUNNEL BALANCE CHAMBER AND TEST SECTION FOR THE BOUNDARY LAYER CONTROL INLET

MULTI PLANE BALANCE RIG DURING RUN

LOWER BALANCE CHAMBER IN THE 8X6 FOOT WIND TUNNEL

LOWER BALANCE CHAMBER IN THE 8X6 FOOT WIND TUNNEL

LOWER BALANCE CHAMBER IN THE 8X6 FOOT WIND TUNNEL

LOWER BALANCE CHAMBER IN THE 8X6 FOOT WIND TUNNEL

A student, one of the 12 outstanding students selected from the winners of an international science fair, sits in a balance trainer during a tour of the base

A female student at the Air Force Academy practices her routine on the balance beam. The class of 1980 included the first women to graduate from the academy

CPT Dano Kinzie and TSGT Richard Brooks use a flight log to check the weight and balance of a C-141 Starlifter aircraft loaded with troops and cargo during exercise Team Spirit (Coronet Spray)

A female midshipman, from the University of North Carolina, tries to keep her balance as she walks across an obstacle on the Officer Candidate School Obstacle Course. Other female members of the Reserve Officer's Training Corps wait their turn behind her

A boatswain's mate tries to balance himself on a pair of mooring as he wraps them with a length of rope

Recruits try to maintain their balance after being exposed to a chemical agent in a gas chamber. They are undergoing basic training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot

Recruits try to maintain their balance while crossing a log bridge on the obstacle course during basic training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot

US Army soldier checks chemical balance of water during Exercise GALLANT EAGLE '86

A Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) team member checks the balance of his knife by tossing it in the air during a field training exercise

A chart depicting the contribution of allied nations to the US and Soviet naval balance on the worldwide major combatant force level during the period 1980-1987

A photographer's mate uses a mini-printer to determine color balance at the station's photo lab

An Airlift Rodeo '90 umpire, left, watches competitors test their balance fording a stream in the combat leadership event, a competition involving climbing walls, storming mock buildings and running over rough terrain with various obstacles. Airlift Rodeo is an annual airdrop competition that tests the flight and ground skills of Military Airlift Command aircrews as well as foreign teams.

A spring compressor is used to assemble the balance gear of a 105mm M-119 light gun at the Rock Island Army Arsenal

Electrician's Mate 2nd Class Kenneth May hooks up an electric motor to a balance tester in a shore intermediate maintenance activity (SIMA) electrical shop. May has been named the air station's sailor of the year for 1991

Aviation Machinist's Mate 2nd Class Janet Stanke, loadmaster for Fleet Logistic Support Squadron 55 (VR-55), calculates weight and balance figures to give to the pilots of a C-9B Skytrain II transport aircraft during preflight preparations

STS055-106-088 - STS-055 - Tissue Thickness and Compliance Along Body Axis salt-water balance

STS055-106-084 - STS-055 - Tissue Thickness and Compliance Along Body Axis salt-water balance

STS055-106-080 - STS-055 - Tissue Thickness and Compliance Along Body Axis salt-water balance

STS055-106-078 - STS-055 - Tissue Thickness and Compliance Along Body Axis salt-water balance

STS055-106-081 - STS-055 - Tissue Thickness and Compliance Along Body Axis salt-water balance

STS055-106-083 - STS-055 - Tissue Thickness and Compliance Along Body Axis salt-water balance

STS055-106-056 - STS-055 - Tissue Thickness and Compliance Along Body Axis salt-water balance

STS055-106-082 - STS-055 - Tissue Thickness and Compliance Along Body Axis salt-water balance

STS055-106-090 - STS-055 - Tissue Thickness and Compliance Along Body Axis salt-water balance

STS055-106-089 - STS-055 - Tissue Thickness and Compliance Along Body Axis salt-water balance

STS055-106-092 - STS-055 - Tissue Thickness and Compliance Along Body Axis salt-water balance

Ground crew members add weight by hanging onto the wing to balance the U-2R in order to assist with the placement of the bicycle-type gear known as pogos beneath the wings of the aircraft to keep them balanced while on the ground. Exact Date Shot Unknown . Published in AIRMAN Magazine, May 1994

Marine CW02 C. Grow of the Combat Camera Unit helps a Haitian woman balance a box of food on her head. The Marines participated in local relief efforts by transporting and delivering long awaited food to the inner city of Cap Haitien during Operation Uphold Democracy

SGT Vallejos, of Marine Air Group 11 S-4, illustrates the theory of load balance when securing embarked equipment aboard aircraft as part of a loading exercise. This exercise was the first loadex utilizing the Air Force's new C-17 Loadmaster Aircraft at the Marine Corps Air Station

EMF balance and shorting switch panel. Associated with C.S. Presenz. Photograph taken July 8, 1949. Magnet-362

Front view of C-5 Aircraft in Weight and Balance hangar. Process is verifying the vertical center of field gravity for the aircraft. Part of the Air Mobility Command Simulation upgrade program on C-5, Tail No. 85010

Side view of C-5 Aircraft in Weight and Balance hangar. Process is verifying the vertical center of field gravity for the aircraft. Part of the Air Mobility Command Simulation upgrade program on C-5, Tail No. 85010

Corporal Lewis part of the 1ST Battalion, 10th Marines Fire Support Coordination team attached to Hq Co. 2nd Marines, fires his M-16A2 on the live fire range at Silver Creek. All firing is done with skis on and ski poles used for balance. 2nd Marine Regiment and 3rd Battalion, 8th Marines based out of Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, spent 34 days at the Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, California. During that time they received instruction in cold weather survival training and artic warfare

AIRMAN 1ST Class Tyrell A. Hoffman, a loadmaster with the 61st Airlift Squadron, Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark., double checks the weight and balance figures of the aircraft as he waits out the fog. With the thick morning fog rolling in, all flying activities are halted until the fog lifts, and the crew takes the time to check and re-check the aircraft systems

SENIOR AIRMAN Armagost, loadmaster with the 43rd Airlift Wing, 2nd Airlift Squadron (AS) Pope Air Force Base, North Carolina, works on a aircraft weight and balance worksheet prior to flying missions to Taszar, Hungary, and Sarajevo, Bosnia. Members of the 2nd AS are TDY to Ramstein Air Base, Germany, in support of Operation Joint Guard. JOINT GUARD is the multi-national peacekeeping mission that provides a climate of stability in the war-torn land of Bosnia-Herzegovina

Alpena Combat Readiness Training Center. A TOP DOLLAR instructor demonstrates how to negotiate a balance bar obstacle on the confidence course. The annual TOP DOLLAR competition at the Alpena Combat Readiness Training Center, Michigan, brings together finance personnel from four Air National Guard bases from around the United States. Teams must operate in simulated forward-deployed area, and be prepared to react to possible hostile attacks at any time. The winning team receives a trophy to take back to their home station

US Air Force STAFF Sergeant Aaron Hascher of the 355th Security Forces Squadron, Davis Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona, walks the balance obstacle. The Air Combat Command (ACC) security team trains at Silver Flag Alphas obstacle course, Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada

Technical Sergeant Brian Duncan, a C-130H loadmaster for the 169th Operations Support Flight (OSF), fills out a "Form F", Aircraft Weight and Balance Worksheet. The 169th OSF is assigned to the 169th Fighter Wing at McEntire Air National Guard Station in South Carolina. During this five-day mission, this crew will make two trips to Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras. They will deliver much needed water purification units, food, and medical supplies to assist local civilians affected from the aftermath of Hurricane Mitch

Medium shot, STAFF Sergeant Tim Leahy, USAF, demonstrates to First Lieutenant Ron Kennedy, USAF, the proper way to place a tail stand on the back of a KC-135 at Grand Forks Air Force Base, North Dakota, on 25 February, 2000. The tail stand is used to balance the aircraft during refueling procedures and is a necessary part of the crew servicing exercise which was taking place on the Charlie ramp at the base. Sergeant Leahy is a Crew CHIEF with the 319th Aircraft Generation Squadron and Lieutenant Kennedy is a Copilot with the 911th Air Refueling Squadron

Interior straight on medium close-up shot as USAF Technical Sergeant Fred Hall, a C-130 loadmaster from the 37th Airlift Squadron, 86th Airlift Wing, Ramstein Air Base, Germany, checks aircraft weight and balance prior to departing Hoedspruit Air Force Base, South Africa, to deliver U.S. personnel (cargo and personnel not shown) and supplies to Beira, Mozambique, during Operation Atlas Response. The U.S. aircraft are deployed to South Africa to provide humanitarian relief to the people (not shown) forced from their homes in the flooded regions of Mozambique

Left side profile medium close-up shot as USAF Technical Sergeant Fred Hall, a C-130 loadmaster from the 37th Airlift Squadron, 86th Airlift Wing, Ramstein Air Base, Germany, checks aircraft weight and balance prior to departing Hoedspruit Air Force Base, South Africa, to deliver U.S. personnel (cargo and personnel not shown) and supplies to Beira, Mozambique, during Operation Atlas Response. The U.S. aircraft are deployed to South Africa to provide humanitarian relief to the people (not shown) forced from their homes in the flooded regions of Mozambique. A right side profile of a USAF C-130 Hercules cargo aircraft is seen in the background

US Air Force Technical Sergeant Frederick Carson, Medical Technician, 603rd Air Control Squadron, Aviano Air Base, Italy, checks the chlorine balance in an M-150 water buffalo. The 603rd is deployed to Bovbjerg, Denmark, to provide command and control for an offensive and defensive flight operation in an annual Tactical Fighter Weaponry exercise "TFW" and a NATO Air Meet. TFW and NATO Air Meet are multinational exercises designed to practice and improve tactical and logistical capabilities in a combined training environment

A member of the US Army 5th Special Forces Medic Unit at Fort Campbell, Kentucky, looks at an electrocardiograph from a Kazakh girl's irregular heartbeat during Operation BALANCE KAYAK, in Kazakhstan. BALANCE KAYAK, which ran from Sept. 12-21, is a medical capabilities exercise for US and Kazakhstan, which provided various facets of medical treatment to 12 villages by screening patients and providing training to increase Kazakhstan's medical capabilities. Services offered were obstetrics and gynecology, orthopedics and general medicine, with a fully equipped mobile pharmacy. All equipment used was provided by the host nation

Members of the US Army 5th Special Forces Medical Unit, Fort Campbell, Kentucky, pass out medicine to local Kazakhs during Operation BALANCE KAYAK held in Kazakhstan (KAZ) 14 September 2000. BALANCE KAYAK , 12-21 September 2000 is a medical capabilities exercise between US and Kazakhstan providing various facets of medical treatment to12 villages by screening patients and providing training to increase Kazakhstan's medical capabilities. Services offered are OBGYN, Orthopedics and General Practice with a fully equipped mobile pharmacy. All equipment used was provided by the host nation, Kazakhstan

Members of the US Army 5th Special Forces Medical Unit, Fort Campbell, Kentucky, pass out medicine to local Kazakhs during Operation BALANCE KAYAK held in Kazakhstan (KAZ) 14 September 2000. BALANCE KAYAK,12-21 September 2000 is a medical capabilities exercise between US and Kazakhstan providing various facets of medical treatment to12 villages by screening patients and providing training to increase Kazakhstan's medical capabilities. Services offered are OBGYN, Orthopedics and General Practice with a fully equipped mobile pharmacy. All equipment used was provided by the host nation, Kazakhstan

Members of the US Army 5th Special Forces Medical Unit, Fort Campbell, Kentucky, carry a dog bite patient to a room where she will be admitted for further observation during Operation BALANCE KAYAK held in Kazakhstan (KAZ) 14 September 2000. BALANCE KAYAK,12-21 September 2000 is a medical capabilities exercise between US and Kazakhstan providing various facets of medical treatment to12 villages by screening patients and providing training to increase Kazakhstan's medical capabilities. Services offered are OBGYN, Orthopedics and General Practice with a fully equipped mobile pharmacy. All equipment used was provided by the host nation, Kazakhstan

US Army STAFF Sergeant Brent Oland, 18 Delta, 5th Special Forces Medical Unit, Fort Campbell, Kentucky, looks at a local Kazakh man's foot during Operation BALANCE KAYAK held in Kazakhstan (KAZ), 14 September 2000. The local injured his foot while mashing concrete and now has a foreign object embedded in it. BALANCE KAYAK, 12-21 September 2000 is a medical capabilities exercise between US and Kazakhstan providing various facets of medical treatment to12 villages by screening patients and providing training to increase Kazakhstan's medical capabilities. Services offered are OBGYN, Orthopedics and General Practice with a fully equipped mobile pharmacy. All equipment used was provided by the...

US Army STAFF Sergeant Brent Oland, 18 Delta, 5th Special Forces Medical Unit, Fort Campbell, Kentucky injects a local anesthetic into a Kazakh man's foot during Operation BALANCE KAYAK held in Kazakhstan (KAZ), 14 September 2000. The local injured his foot while mashing concrete and now has a foreign object embedded in it. BALANCE KAYAK,12-21 September 2000 is a medical capabilities exercise between US and Kazakhstan providing various facets of medical treatment to12 villages by screening patients and providing training to increase Kazakhstan's medical capabilities. Services offered are OBGYN, Orthopedics and General Practice with a fully equipped mobile pharmacy. All equipment used was ...

Personnel of the US Army 5th Special Forces Unit, Fort Campbell, Kentucky, prepare to carry a dog bite patient to a room where she will be admitted for further observation during Operation BALANCE KAYAK held in Kazakhstan (KAZ) 14 September 2000. Operation Balance Kayak,12-21 September 2000 is a medical capabilities exercise between US and Kazakhstan providing various facets of medical treatment to12 villages by screening patients and providing training to increase Kazakhstan's medical capabilities. Services offered are OBGYN, Orthopedics and General Practice with a fully equipped mobile pharmacy. All equipment used was provided by the host nation, Kazakhstan

Local Kazakhs wait to be seen by the US Army 5th Special Forces Medical Unit, Fort Campbell, Kentucky during Operation BALANCE KAYAK held in Kazakhstan (KAZ) 14 September 2000. BALANCE KAYAK,12-21 September 2000 is a medical capabilities exercise between US and Kazakhstan providing various facets of medical treatment to 12 villages by screening patients and providing training to increase Kazakhstan's medical capabilities. Services offered are OBGYN, Orthopedics and General Practice with a fully equipped mobile pharmacy. All equipment used was provided by the host nation, Kazakhstan

US Army STAFF Sergeant Larry Debusk, 18 Delta, 5th Special Forces Medical Unit, Fort Campbell, Kentucky, flush out a dog bite wound on the leg of a patient during Operation BALANCE KAYAK held in Kazakhstan (KAZ) 14 September 2000. BALANCE KAYAK,12-21 September 2000 is a medical capabilities exercise between US and Kazakhstan providing various facets of medical treatment to12 villages by screening patients and providing training to increase Kazakhstan's medical capabilities. Services offered are OBGYN, Orthopedics and General Practice with a fully equipped mobile pharmacy. All equipment used was provided by the host nation, Kazakhstan

Local Kazakhs wait to be seen by the US Army 5th Special Forces Medical Unit, Fort Campbell, Kentucky during Operation BALANCE KAYAK held in Kazakhstan 14 September 2000. BALANCE KAYAK,12-21 September 2000 is a medical capabilities exercise between US and Kazakhstan providing various facets of medical treatment to12 villages by screening patients and providing training to increase Kazakhstan's medical capabilities. Services offered are OBGYN, Orthopedics and General Practice with a fully equipped mobile pharmacy. All equipment used was provided by the host nation, Kazakhstan

Members of the US Army 5th Special Forces Medical Unit, Fort Campbell, Kentucky, carry a dog bite patient to a room where she will be admitted for further observation during Operation BALANCE KAYAK held in Kazakhstan (KAZ)14 September 2000. BALANCE KAYAK,12-21 September 2000 is a medical capabilities exercise between US and Kazakhstan providing various facets of medical treatment to12 villages by screening patients and providing training to increase Kazakhstan's medical capabilities. Services offered are OBGYN, Orthopedics and General Practice with a fully equipped mobile pharmacy. All equipment used was provided by the host nation, Kazakhstan