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Bays, Thomas - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Bays, Isaac - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Bays, Lewis - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Tenth Infantry - West Virginia

Monthly Progress Photo, Paving Coal Plant Pier, Center and Northeast Bays, Looking Outward, Joseph Balaban Company, Contractor

Airplanes - Engines - Motor manufacture. Lincoln Motor Co., Plant. Detroit, Michigan. Section of Connecting Rod Dept. one of the 3 bays each 425 feet long

Photograph of Mary Morwood of Alton, Illinois, Rowing in One of the Bays in North Star Lake

Photograph of One of the Hundreds of Bays on Lac LaCroix

AS17-145-22259 - Apollo 17 - Apollo 17, Command/Service Module viewed from the lunar module during SIM Bay Inspection

AS17-145-22263 - Apollo 17 - Apollo 17, Command/Service Module viewed from the lunar module during SIM Bay Inspection

AS17-145-22261 - Apollo 17 - Apollo 17, Command/Service Module viewed from the lunar module during SIM Bay Inspection

AS17-145-22257 - Apollo 17 - Apollo 17, Command/Service Module viewed from the lunar module during SIM Bay Inspection

AS17-145-22254 - Apollo 17 - Apollo 17, Command/Service Module viewed from the lunar module during SIM Bay inspection

AS17-145-22244 - Apollo 17 - Apollo 17, Command/Service Module viewed from the lunar module during SIM Bay inspection

AS17-145-22258 - Apollo 17 - Apollo 17, Command/Service Module viewed from the lunar module during (SIM) Bay Inspection,

AS17-145-22255 - Apollo 17 - Apollo 17, Command/Service Module viewed from the lunar module during SIM Bay inspection

AS17-145-22252 - Apollo 17 - Apollo 17, Command/Service Module viewed from the lunar module during SIM Bay inspection

AS17-145-22262 - Apollo 17 - Apollo 17, Command/Service Module viewed from the lunar module during SIM Bay Inspection

AS17-145-22251 - Apollo 17 - Apollo 17, Command/Service Module viewed from the lunar module during (SIM) Bay Inspection,

AS17-145-22250 - Apollo 17 - Apollo 17, Command/Service Module viewed from the lunar module during SIM Bay inspection

AS17-145-22256 - Apollo 17 - Apollo 17, Command/Service Module viewed from the lunar module during SIM Bay inspection

AS17-145-22260 - Apollo 17 - Apollo 17, Command/Service Module viewed from the lunar module during SIM Bay inspection

AS17-145-22253 - Apollo 17 - Apollo 17, Command/Service Module viewed from the lunar module during SIM Bay inspection

S125E007826 - STS-125 - View of HST taken during STS-125 Mission

S125E007825 - STS-125 - View of HST taken during STS-125 Mission

COL Brooks D. Bays, USAF

Crew members watch from the hangar bays as an SH-60B Seahawk helicopter prepares to land on the helicopter deck of the guided missile frigate USS VANDERGRIFT (FFG-48)

Crew members watch from the hangar bays as aSH-60B Seahawk helicopter prepares to land on the helicopter deck of the guided missile frigate USS VANDERGRIFT (FFG-48)

Crewmen from the guided missile frigate USS SAMUEL B. ROBERTS (FFG 58) and the Dutch heavy-lift ship MIGHTY SERVANT II pose for a picture in front of the frigate's helicopter hangar bays. The SAMUEL B. ROBERTS in the Persian Gulf, which was damaged when it struck an Iranian mine on April 14, 1988, will be transported to its home port in Newport, Rhode Island (RI) by the MIGHTY SERVANT

S36-90-021 - STS-036 - Earth observation of Plymouth Colony, MA taken during the STS-36 mission

S42-97-027 - STS-042 - STS-42 earth observations

S42-97-028 - STS-042 - STS-42 earth observations

S42-97-026 - STS-042 - STS-42 earth observations

STS056-37-024 - STS-056 - Earth observations views of Shark Bay, Western Australia, Australia.

STS056-37-034 - STS-056 - Earth observations views of Shark Bay, Western Australia, Australia.

STS056-37-025 - STS-056 - Earth observations views of Shark Bay, Western Australia, Australia.

STS056-37-036 - STS-056 - Earth observations views of Shark Bay, Western Australia, Australia.

STS056-38-014 - STS-056 - Out of focus Earth observations views of Geelong and Corio Bay, Australia

STS056-38-010 - STS-056 - Out of focus Earth observations views of Geelong and Corio Bay, Australia

STS056-38-015 - STS-056 - Out of focus Earth observations views of Geelong and Corio Bay, Australia

STS056-37-028 - STS-056 - Earth observations views of Shark Bay, Western Australia, Australia.

STS056-37-032 - STS-056 - Earth observations views of Shark Bay, Western Australia, Australia.

STS056-38-013 - STS-056 - Out of focus Earth observations views of Geelong and Corio Bay, Australia

STS056-38-007 - STS-056 - Out of focus Earth observations views of Geelong and Corio Bay, Australia

STS056-37-033 - STS-056 - Earth observations views of Shark Bay, Western Australia, Australia.

STS055-78-018 - STS-055 - Earth observations taken during STS-55 mission

STS056-38-009 - STS-056 - Out of focus Earth observations views of Geelong and Corio Bay, Australia

STS058-21-001 - STS-058 - Chesapeake Bay, Virginia and Maryland shoreline.

STS055-49-017 - STS-055 - Earth Limb, Northwest Coast of Australia, Shark Bay.

STS058-12-012 - STS-058 - Earth observations scene of the northern China coast, at Shidao.

STS058-12-010 - STS-058 - Earth observations scene of the northern China coast, near Wancun.

STS056-38-008 - STS-056 - Out of focus Earth observations views of Geelong and Corio Bay, Australia

STS056-37-027 - STS-056 - Earth observations views of Shark Bay, Western Australia, Australia.

STS056-38-011 - STS-056 - Out of focus Earth observations views of Geelong and Corio Bay, Australia

STS056-37-030 - STS-056 - Earth observations views of Shark Bay, Western Australia, Australia.

STS056-37-026 - STS-056 - Earth observations views of Shark Bay, Western Australia, Australia.

STS058-12-013 - STS-058 - Earth observations scene of the northern China coast, at Shidao.

STS056-37-031 - STS-056 - Earth observations views of Shark Bay, Western Australia, Australia.

STS058-12-011 - STS-058 - Earth observations scene of the northern China coast, near Wancun.

STS056-37-029 - STS-056 - Earth observations views of Shark Bay, Western Australia, Australia.

STS055-49-016 - STS-055 - Earth Limb, Northwest Coast of Australia, Shark Bay.

STS056-38-012 - STS-056 - Out of focus Earth observations views of Geelong and Corio Bay, Australia

STS058-21-002 - STS-058 - Chesapeake Bay, Virginia and Maryland shoreline.

STS056-37-035 - STS-056 - Earth observations views of Shark Bay, Western Australia, Australia.

STS062-85-062 - STS-062 - Earth observations from STS-62 flight

STS073-721-073 - STS-073 - Earth observations taken from shuttle orbiter Columbia

STS073-723-052 - STS-073 - Earth observations taken from shuttle orbiter Columbia

STS072-394-008 - STS-072 - Payload bay activity during first EVA of STS-72 mission

STS072-742-024 - STS-072 - Payload bay activity during first EVA of STS-72 mission

STS075-751-048 - STS-075 - Color infrared earth observations taken during STS-75

STS072-742-025 - STS-072 - Payload bay activity during first EVA of STS-72 mission

STS075-732-056 - STS-075 - Earth observations taken during STS-75

STS075-765-012 - STS-075 - Color infrared earth observations taken during STS-75

STS072-394-013 - STS-072 - Payload bay activity during first EVA of STS-72 mission

STS072-394-012 - STS-072 - Payload bay activity during first EVA of STS-72 mission

STS072-394-007 - STS-072 - Payload bay activity during first EVA of STS-72 mission

STS072-394-011 - STS-072 - Payload bay activity during first EVA of STS-72 mission

STS075-765-028 - STS-075 - Color infrared earth observations taken during STS-75

STS075-751-067 - STS-075 - Color infrared earth observations taken during STS-75

STS075-765-015 - STS-075 - Color infrared earth observations taken during STS-75

STS072-394-009 - STS-072 - Payload bay activity during first EVA of STS-72 mission

Several M1 Abrams tanks belonging to the 3rd Infantry Division (M) have been secured in one of the equipment bays inside the USNS SHUGHART

Two US Army 74th Assault Floating Company and 502nd Assault Floating Bridge Company FBM Marine CSB Bridge Erection Boats move Ribbion Bridge Interior Bays in to place as they construct a floating bridge that will cross the Sava River between Orasje, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Zupanja, Croatia. This floating bridge will be used by IFOR troops cross the Sava River as they re-deploy from Bosnia during in Operation Joint Endeavor. Operation Joint Endeavor is a peacekeeping effort by a multinational Implementation Force (IFOR), comprised of NATO and non-NATO military forces, deployed to Bosnia in support of the Dayton Peace Accords

USO (United Services Organization) singer Paula Cole performs a concert for the crew of the nuclear powered aircraft carrier USS GEORGE WSHINGTON (CVN 73) in one of the ships hangar bays, The GEORGE WASHINGTON and Carrier Air Wing One (CVW-1) are currently conducting operations in the Persian Gulf in support of UN sanctions against Iraq during Operation SOUTHERN WATCH, 22 December 1997

Japan Maritime Self Defense Force PETTY Officer First Class Masaki Noge and another crewmember from Detachment 33 install sonobouys into launch bays of a P-3C Orion patrol aircraft during RIMPAC 98. The P-3C demonstrates the effectiveness of maritime air surveillance and anti-submarine warfare operations

A conventional bomb module (CBM) with MK-82 bombs sits on a loader before being loaded into one of the bomb bays of the B-1B Lancer in preparation for a mission to support DESERT FOX

STS103-305-005 - STS-103 - Various views of HST prior to grapple

STS103-731-005 - STS-103 - 6th EVA - 486 installation Ops

S103E5096 - STS-103 - Survey view of HST taken prior to EVA

STS103-731-006 - STS-103 - 7th EVA - 486 installation Ops

STS103-305-024 - STS-103 - Various views of HST prior to grapple

S103E5409 - STS-103

STS103-734-005 - STS-103 - View of HST in payload bay prior to release

STS103-703-045 - STS-103 - View of the HST after grapple

Technical Sergeant Bill Dimsdale, crewchief for the 169th Operations Support Flight (OSF), inspects engine dry bays for any signs of fuel leaks at Key West Naval Air Station, Florida, in preparation for a flight to Charleston Air Force Base, South Carolina. 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

Three AGM-154 Joint Standoff Weapons (JSOW) are staged in one of many weapons bays below deck, awaiting transportation up to the flight deck to F/A-18s onboard the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70). The JSOW is a precision-guided weapon that will allow naval aircraft to attack targets at increased standoff distances, greatly increasing aircraft survivability. It is usable in adverse weather conditions and will give aircrews the ability to attack multiple targets in a single sortie. In the background are three GBU-12 Paveway II 500-pound bombs

Passing out 5.56mm blank ammo for the Colt M16A2 Assault Rifle, Sergeant Bays gives a brief to his squad before a force-on-force mission during Exercise KERNEL BLITZ '99 held at Camp Pendleton, California. KERNEL BLITZ is a bi-annual Commander-in-CHIEF Pacific (CINCPAC) fleet training exercise (FLEETEX) focused on operational/tactical training of Commander, Third Fleet (C3F)/ I Marine Expeditionary Forces (MEF) and Commander, Amphibious Group 3 (CPG-3)/ 1ST Marine Division (MARDIV). KERNEL BLITZ is designed to enhance the training of Sailors and Marines in the complexities of brigade-size amphibious assault operations

STS097-704-023 - STS-097 - Earth observations of Shark Bay, Australia taken during the STS-97 mission

STS097-702-094 - STS-097 - Earth observations of Shark Bay, Australia taken during the STS-97 mission

STS097-704-022 - STS-097 - Earth observations of Shark Bay, Australia taken during the STS-97 mission

STS097-704-024 - STS-097 - Earth observations of Shark Bay, Australia taken during the STS-97 mission

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