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Body, Henry - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Sixteenth Infantry, A - Ca - Louisiana

At Ceremonies for Vera Cruz Killed - Unloading the 15th Body

Armor - Body and Helmets - Armor for American soldiers. U.S. soldiers in the trenches may soon resember the picture here shown, which illustrates a new type of armor with which the war department experimented in 1917. Bids were asked to furnish helmets, such as this, made of a special alloy steel, 15/100 of an inch in thickness and capable of stopping a rifle bullet. It is made of a series of thin spring steel plates made semiflexible by being sewn together in a canvas sack. This is strapped over the shoulder and around the waist as shown in the picture

Armor - Body and Helmets - Stiff back armor. Manufactured by Hale & Kilburn Corporation, Phila., PA

Armor - Body and Helmets - Cavalry Fencing Mask made by A.G. Spalding & Bros. for U.S. Government

Armor - Body and Helmets - Manufacturing armor. Trimming and edging armor in the plant of Hale & Kilburn Corporation, Phila., PA

Armor - Body and Helmets - Side view of Cavalry Fencing Mask by A.G. Spaulding & Bros. for the U.S. Government

Airplanes - Types - D.H. 4, Fisher Body Co., Detroit, Mich

Airplanes - Types - Loening Monoplane with 300 H.P. Hispano Motor. Front view of machine in which Maj. Schroeder established new world's record by carrying three passengers to an altitude of 21,000 feet. Taken at McCook Field, Dayton, Ohio. Note the design of wing structure; also manner in which wings fasten to upper body longitudinals and are braced to bottom of body. Latter feature cuts weight of machine in half. Designed by Grover C. Loening, of the Loening Aeronautical Engineering Corporation, New York City. From S.C. Loening

Airplanes - Types - De Haviland 4 manufactured by the Fisher Body Corporation, Detroit, Michigan. Left side view. From Fisher Body Corporation

Armor - Body and Helmets - Trench Helmet invented by Washington (D.C.) policeman, constructed so that it can be used as a trenching tool

Armor - Body and Helmets - Body shield manufactured by the Hamill De Forest Co., N.Y. City

Armor - Body and Helmets - Manufacturing war materials. Finished helmets ready for delivery to the paint department of the plant of Edward G. Budd Mfg. Co., Phila., PA

Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Aircraft Production at the Plant of the Standard Aircraft Corp., Plainfield, N.J. Body assembly plant # 1

Armor - Body and Helmets - Infantry Fencing Mask made by A.G. Spaulding & Bros. for the U.S. Government

Armor - Body and Helmets - Manufacturing helmets. Showing operatings from the steel sheet to the helmet ready for painting and lining. Taken in the plant of Hale & Kilburn Corporation, Phila., PA

Camouflage - Scouts - Camouflaged Scout demonstrating the means employed in advancing without disclosing his position. The man has his head resting on his wrists and slowly draws his body over his wrists and then replaces them in their former psotion; taking more than a minute for the operation

Armor - Body and Helmets - Trench Helmet invented by Washington (D.C.) policeman, constructed so that it can be used as a trenching tool

Airplanes - Types - D.H. 4, Fisher Body Co., Detroit, Mich

Airplanes - Parts - Airplane Production. Workman with delicate spirit level is finding exact level for keypart of fuselage on body of plane. Every face of the central square must be exactly parallel or at right angles to every other face. Received from C.P.I

Airplanes - Types - De Haviland 4 manufactured by the Fisher Body Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Rear view. From Fisher Body Corp

Airplanes - Types - De Haviland 4 manufactured by the Fisher Body Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Front view. From Fisher Body Corp

Airplanes - Types - D.H. 4, Fisher Body Co., Detroit, Mich

Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Airplane body framework, Standard Aero Corp., Plainfield, N.J

Airplanes - Miscellaneous - Aeroplane parts. Body. The Burgess Co., Marblehead Mass

Armor - Body and Helmets - Manufacturing helmets. Large power pres for shaping helmets in the plant of Hale & Kilburn Corp. Phila., PA

Ceremonies - New York City - Kaiser is hanged in New York. "Angry mob" dances about lifeless "body" of the German Emperor at news of signing of Armistice terms

Armor - Body and Helmets - Flexible back armor. Manufactured by hale & Kilburn Coproration, Phila., PA

Airplanes - Miscellaneous - Airplanes and parts manufactured for government use. N-1 seaplane, side view of body, port side, at Naval Aircraft Factory, Philadelphia, PA. U.S. Navy Department

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - American Red Cross workers disinfecting barracks filled with refugees and "Typhus Bugs." Their costume is unique but effective in preventing the typhus louse from reaching the body

Airplanes - Ambulance - Aerial hospital ship placing a supposedly injured man into body of plane

Ceremonies - Nebraska - Celebrating the signing of the Armistice at Reno, Neb. Taking down "Kaiser's" body for burial Nov. 11, 1918

Armor - Body and Helmets - Side view of Infantry Fencing Mask made by A.G. Spaulding & Bros for U.S. Government

Armor - Body and Helmets - U.S. Army Infantry armor and helmet

Airplanes - Types - D.H. 4, Fisher Body Co., Detroit, Mich

Armor - Body and Helmets - Helmet. Side view of finished helmet manufactured by Hale & Kilburn Corporation, Phila., PA

Armor - Body and Helmets - Trench Helmet invented by Washington (D.C.) policeman, constructed so that it can be used as a trenching tool

Armor - Body and Helmets - Washington policeman and trench helmet he invented

Armor - Body and Helmets - New armor for American soldiers. U.S. soldiers in the trenches may soon resember the picture here shown, which illustrates a new type of armor with which the war department experimented in 1917. Bids were asked to furnish helmets, such as this, made of a special alloy steel, 15/100 of an inch in thickness and capable of stopping a rifle bullet. It is made of a series for thin spring steel plates made smi-flexible by being sewn together in a canvas sack. This is strapped over the shoulder and around the waist as shown in the picture

Armor - Body and Helmets - Manufacturing armor. Pressed shapes awaiting trimming in the plant of Hale & Kilburn Corporation, Philadelphia, PA

Armor - Body and Helmets - U.S. Army Infantry armor and helmet

Colleges and Universities - Colorado Agricultural College - S.A.T.C. Colorado Agricultural College, Fort Collins, Colorado. Decoration of 2nd Lieutenant Otto E. Benell, Aviation Service, with Distinguished Service Cross. General view showing student body in attendance

Armor - Body and Helmets - Manufacturing back armor. Trimming off the edges after stamping in the plant of Hale & Kilburn Corporation, Phila., PA

Armor - Body and Helmets - Helmet. Front view of finished helmet manufactured by Hale & Kilburn Corporation, Phila., PA

Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Aircraft Production at the Standard Aircraft Corporation Plant, Plainfield, N.J. Body in assebly plant # 1

Armor - Body and Helmets - Flexible front armor. For use without back armor. Fmanufactured by Hale Kilburn Corporation, Phila., PA

Armor - Body and Helmets - Flexible front armor. Manufactured by Hale & Kilburn Corporation, Phila., PA

Armor - Body and Helmets - Washington policeman and trench helmet he invented

A Body Blow

BODY OF IRON, SOUL OF FIRE: THE STATUE OF LIBERTY

Photograph of the Flag-Draped Body of Major Thomas D. Howie on the Rubble of the St. Lo Cathedral

Japanese War Dead, Ft. Richardson Cemetery, Alaska

The three-ton steel door for the new human body radiation counting room is being hoisted into place. Left to right: Dr. Tony Sargent supervises as the contractor's men, Adam Gierak and Don Mossestad, operate the lifting equipment. Morgue 1960-63 (P-1) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Aluminum alloy body of 60-inch British national bubble chamber. Photograph taken September 5, 1962. Bubble Chamber-1163

Aluminum alloy body of 60-inch British national bubble chamber. Photograph taken September 5, 1962. Bubble Chamber-1164

Milling bubble chamber body. Photograph taken November 26, 1962. Bubble Chamber-1221 - Photographer: George Kagawa

INSTRUMENTED AREAS OF BOEING SHORT TAKE OFF LANDING STOL 55 20 INCH FAN CENTER BODY AND STATOR SECTOR SHIM

INSTRUMENTED AREAS OF BOEING SHORT TAKE OFF LANDING STOL 55 20 INCH FAN CENTER BODY AND STATOR SECTOR SHIM

VALVE BODY AND PLUNGER

VALVE BODY AND PLUNGER

VALVE BODY AND PLUNGER

INSTRUMENTED AREAS OF BOEING SHORT TAKE OFF LANDING STOL 55 20 INCH FAN CENTER BODY AND STATOR SECTOR SHIM

An X-24B lifting body model is being prepared for a wind tunnel test under a joint U.S. Air Force/National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) program. The purpose of the test is to generate data for comparison with flight data obtained at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif

12 INCH EXHAUSTER MODEL ACTIVATING CENTER BODY

12 INCH EXHAUSTER MODEL ACTIVATING CENTER BODY

INSERTS - BLUFF BODY ADAPTER - BLUFF BODY - TEST SECTION HOUSING - COMPOSITE

INSERTS - BLUFF BODY ADAPTER - BLUFF BODY - TEST SECTION HOUSING - COMPOSITE

CHASSIS - BODY - TRAY OF VAN

INSERTS - BLUFF BODY ADAPTER - BLUFF BODY - TEST SECTION HOUSING - COMPOSITE

CHASSIS - BODY - TRAY OF VAN

INSERTS - BLUFF BODY ADAPTER - BLUFF BODY - TEST SECTION HOUSING - COMPOSITE

INSERTS - BLUFF BODY ADAPTER - BLUFF BODY - TEST SECTION HOUSING - COMPOSITE

INSERTS - BLUFF BODY ADAPTER - BLUFF BODY - TEST SECTION HOUSING - COMPOSITE

INSERTS - BLUFF BODY ADAPTER - BLUFF BODY - TEST SECTION HOUSING - COMPOSITE

INSERTS - BLUFF BODY ADAPTER - BLUFF BODY - TEST SECTION HOUSING - COMPOSITE

INSERTS - BLUFF BODY ADAPTER - BLUFF BODY - TEST SECTION HOUSING - COMPOSITE

INSERTS - BLUFF BODY ADAPTER - BLUFF BODY - TEST SECTION HOUSING - COMPOSITE

CHASSIS - BODY - TRAY OF VAN

CHASSIS - BODY - TRAY OF VAN

INSERTS - BLUFF BODY ADAPTER - BLUFF BODY - TEST SECTION HOUSING - COMPOSITE

Sergeant William C. Monts de Oca, foreground, operates the controls on the whole body scanning table while SPECIALIST Sixth Class Gerald L. Harden controls the console. They are making an isotopic scan photograph of a patient at Womack Army Hospital

Medical Laboratory Technician SSGT John Pinson is doing a lipid chemical profile on a Riotochem II parallel fast analyzer used to determine body fats

US military personnel place a body bag containing the remains of a victim of the Jonestown tragedy in a coffin for transport to Dover Air Force Base, Delaware

Colonel (COL) Bruce M. Durvine, vice commander of the 39th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Wing, and members of the 55th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron carry boxes of plastic body bags to an HH-53 Jolly Green Giant helicopter for use in the evacuation of bodies from Jonestown

US military personnel place a body bag containing the remains of the victims of the Jonestown tragedy in a coffin for transport to Dover Air Force Base, Delaware

US military personnel remove personnel remove body bag containing the remains of the victims of the Jonestown tragedy from a truck. The body bags will be placed in coffins for transport to Dover Air Force Base, Delaware

A crewman prepares to place the tail section onto the body of a drone before its launching from the deck of the frigate USS JESSE L. BROWN (FF-1089) during exercise Unitas XX

Crewmen prepare to place the wing onto the body of a drone before its launching from the deck of the frigate USS JESSE L. BROWN (FF-1089) during exercise Unitas XX

Sergeant Charles Martin of Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 4/63rd Armor, performs the "Rope Body Pull" at the Military Stakes Competition

Marine officer candidates do a body twist exercise as part of their physical training at the Basic School for Marine officers at the Marine Corps Development and Education Command

Security policeman SRA Tony Body, wearing chemical warfare gear for training, tests M-60 rifles

A six-horse caisson carries the body of retired five-star GEN Omar N. Bradley, USA, to his grave site at Arlington National Cemetery

A six-horse caisson carries the body of retired five-star GEN. Omar N. Bradley, USA, to Arlington National Cemetery

An inter-service honor guard carries the body of retired five-star GEN Omar N. Bradley, USA, to his grave site, at Arlington Cemetery

A riderless horse and his handler walk behind the six-horse caisson that is carrying the body of retired five-star GEN Omar N. Bradley, USA. The funeral procession is on its way to Arlington Cemetery

A riderless horse and his handler walk behind the caisson carries the body of retired five-star GEN Omar N. Bradley, USA, during his funeral procession

STS053-32-023 - STS-053 - Crewmember in the MDDK showing body monitor patches

STS053-32-025 - STS-053 - Crewmember in the MDDK showing body monitor patches

STS053-32-024 - STS-053 - Crewmember in the MDDK showing body monitor patches

Four crewmen from the ammunition ship USS MOUNT HOOD (AE-29) carry a body over rocks during search and rescue (SAR) operations for the beached and overturned Filipino frigate RPS DATU KALANTIAW (PS-76). The frigate was overtaken by Typhoon Clara

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