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British woman worker in a factory. Bradford, England

British women workers at a factory, Bradford, England

Scene in a British factory, Bradford, England

DD-545 Bradford

DD-545 Bradford

DD-545 Bradford

DD-545 Bradford

DD-545 Bradford

3-11 Ms. Bessie Moody & Ms. Gladys Lee; 12-14 Mtg. with Senatorial Group; 15-17 Mayor Young and Delegation from Detroit; 18-23 Peter Bradford; 24-27 Brzezinski and Amb. Dobrynin; 28-32 Meeting on Reorganizaiton

CPL Sharrion D. Bradford receives her diploma from BGEN William Weise, director of operations, Headquarters Marine Corps, during graduation exercises at the Marine Security Guard School, Marine Corps Development and Education Command

SPECIALIST Fourth Class (SPC) John Bradford, Detachment 1, 493rd Military Police, guards an entry control point of the Joint Operations Center tent area during Exercise SHADOW HAWK'87, a phase of BRIGHT STAR'87. The US Central Command/Joint Chiefs of Sta

AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Suzie Bradford and Captain (CPT) Kurt Harding, both from the 56th Medical Group, prepare prescriptions in the Air Transportable Clinic set up in one of the operating rooms on the base. They are taking part in the Joint Chiefs of

AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Suzie Bradford and Captain (CPT) Kurt Harding, both from the 56th Medical Group, prepare prescriptions in the Air Transportable Clinic set up in one of the operating rooms on the base. They are taking part in the Joint Chiefs of

The christening part of the surveying ship USNS WATERS (T-AGS-45) poses for a photograph. Seated, from left to right: flower girl Alicia Bradford, sponsor Ann Waters Scott, flower girl Katie White, sponsor Dabney Waters Schmitt, sponsor Carol Weir Waters, flower girl Keanne Bethencourt, sponsor Martha Waters Philipps, and flower girl Karissa Casey Jackson. Standing from left to right: CAPT and Mrs. John C. Donahue III, Albert L. Bossier, Mrs. and VADM Francis R. Donovan, Mrs and CAPT Ted Doroshenk

Dr. Victor P. Bradford, a dentist with the 49th Medical Group, Holloman Air Force Base, N.M. places gauze in the mouth of a Guyanese patient. The 49th Medical Group deployed 35 personnel in support of New Horizon '97, first combined humanitarian and civic assistance exercise conducted between the United States and Guyana. Military personnel from the Air Force, Air Force Reserve & National Guard, Army, Army National Guard and Marine Corps participated in the exercise which included engineering and medical readiness training

US Air Force AIRMAN First Class Lance Peak, USAF AIRMAN First Class Bradford Neumann, and USAF AIRMAN First Class Horace Bowler, 363rd Expeditionary Maintenance Squadron, Prince Sultan Air Base, Saudi Arabia, load 20mm rounds into a universal ammunition loading system. The 363rd is part of the coalition force here to support Operation SOUTHERN WATCH, a military effort to enforce the no-fly and no-drive zone in Southern Iraq

Assistant crewchief STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Bradford Bowen, USAF, conducts a routine check on the trailing edge of the wing on a USAF Thunderbird F-16C Fighting Falcon, as they prepare for departure from the Nebraska Air National Guard Base, Lincoln Municipal Airport, Nebraska. . The Thunderbirds participated in the Nebraska Guard Airfest Airshow and are preparing depart for Fort Lauderdale

STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Jonathan Bradford, 148th Weapons Element, Minnesota Air National Guard (ANG), performs an annual overhaul of one of the Wing's universal ammunition loading trailers, in support of Operation NOBLE EAGLE 2001

US Navy (USN) Hospital Corpsman Second Class (HM2) Johnathan Bradford and USN HM2 Thomas Miller, both assigned to the 2nd Force Services Support Group (FSSG), install illumination lamps in a Chemical Biological Protective Shelter (CBPS), during a training exercise conducted at Camp Coyote, Kuwait, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. The CBPS is a highly mobile chemically protected shelter system designed for emergency medical use in forward battle areas

US Navy (USN) Hospital Corpsman Second Class (HM2) Johnathan Bradford (foreground) and USN HM2 Thomas Miller, (background) both assigned to the 2nd Force Services Support Group (FSSG), respond to the Mission-Oriented Protective Posture (MOPP) Mast Only command, as they remove USN Hospital Corpsman Third Class (HM3) Sarah Cade, from the Tunnel Air-Lock Litter Patient (TALP) door of a Chemical Biological Protective Shelter (CBPS), during a training exercise conducted at Camp Coyote, Kuwait, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. The CBPS is a highly mobile chemically protected shelter system designed for emergency medical use in forward battle areas

US Navy (USN) Hospital Corpsman Second Class (HM2) Johnathan Bradford (left) and USN HM2 Thomas Miller, both assigned to the 2nd Force Services Support Group (FSSG), connect illumination lamps to the ceiling liner of a Chemical Biological Protective Shelter (CBPS), during a training exercise conducted at Camp Coyote, Kuwait, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. The CBPS is a highly mobile chemically protected shelter system designed for emergency medical use in forward battle areas

US Navy (USN) Hospital Corpsman Second Class (HM2) Johnathan Bradford (center) and USN HM2 Thomas Miller (right), both assigned to the 2nd Force Services Support Group (FSSG), work together to assemble a patient airlock for a Chemical Biological Protective Shelter (CBPS), while US Department of Defense (DOD) Equipment SPECIALIST, Mr. Dan Breitenstein, supervises, during a training exercise conducted at Camp Coyote, Kuwait, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. The CBPS is a highly mobile chemically protected shelter system designed for emergency medical use in forward battle areas

US Navy (USN) Hospital Corpsman Second Class (HM2) Johnathan Bradford (foreground) and USN HM2 Thomas Miller, both assigned to the 2nd Force Services Support Group (FSSG), finish the construction of a patient airlock, on a Chemical Biological Protective Shelter (CBPS), during a training exercise conducted at Camp Coyote, Kuwait, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. The CBPS is a highly mobile chemically protected shelter system designed for emergency medical use in forward battle areas

US Navy (USN) Hospital Corpsman Third Class (HM3) Bradford Smith, 3rd Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion, Twentynine Palms, California (CA), takes a bite of an apple during a lunch break at Camp Ripper, Kuwait, in support of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM

US Air Force (USAF) STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Bradford Martz, 506th Expeditionary Civil Engineer Squadron (ECES), works on an electrical outlet at a local school in Kirkuk, Iraq. USAF electricians are volunteering their time during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM to get the schools ready for the upcoming year

US Air Force (USAF) AIRMAN (AMN) Paul Bradford, Firefighter, 100th Civil Engineer Squadron (CES), Royal Air Force (RAF) Mildenhall, United Kingdom, reloads a hose onto a Pumper following an exercise. A Pumper is a structural firefighting vehicle with a built in pump and is used directly in fighting fires for houses, buildings, and car fires

U.S. Marine Corps SGT. Benjamin Bradford (right, aiming weapon), 4th Marine Expeditionary Brigade, Camp Lejuene, N.C., instructs Multinational Soldiers assigned to the 1ST Caribbean Battalion during riot control training at Las Calderas Naval Base, Dominican Republic, on April 17, 2004, during the Joint Task Force Tradewinds 04 Multinational Training Exercise. (U.S. Army photo by Kaye Richey) (Released)

U.S. Marine Corps SGT. Benjamin Bradford (foreground), 4th Marine Expeditionary Brigade, Camp Lejuene, N.C., instructs Multinational Soldiers assigned to the 1ST Caribbean Battalion during riot control training at Las Calderas Naval Base, Dominican Republic, on April 17, 2004, during the Joint Task Force Tradewinds 04 Multinational Training Exercise. (U.S. Army photo by Kaye Richey) (Released)

Representatives from various European militaries and Department of Defense (DoD) civilian Danny Clyde Bradford (right) from the Joint Interoperability Testing Center (JITC) review telephone conductivity test results in support of Combined Endeavor 2004, at Lager Aulenbach, Germany (DEU). Combined Endeavor 2004, is a US European Command-sponsored exercise, designed to identify and document command, control, communications, and computer (C4) interoperability between North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and Partnership for Peace nations

U.S. Air Force 909th Air Refueling Squadron pilot CAPT. Daniel Bradford (front), and 718th Maintenance Squadron crew chief, TECH. SGT. Andrew Kyle (back), conduct a preflight check on a KC-135 Stratotanker refueler aircraft during exercise Keen Sword 2005 at Yokota Air Base, Japan, on Nov. 12, 2004.(U.S. Air Force PHOTO by MASTER SGT. Val Gempis) (Released)

U.S. Air Force 909th Air Refueling Squadron pilot CAPT. Daniel Bradford (left), and 718th Maintenance Squadron crew chief TECH. SGT. Andrew Kyle, conduct a preflight check on a KC-135 Stratotanker refueler aircraft during exercise Keen Sword 2005 at Yokota Air Base, Japan, on Nov. 12, 2004.(U.S. Air Force PHOTO by MASTER SGT. Val Gempis) (Released)

US Marine Corps (USMC) Lance Corporal (LCPL) Bradford Laws, assigned to 2nd Division, Force Service Support Group (FSSG), Nuclear, Biological, Chemical (NBC), stands outside his High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) along Alternate Supply Route (ASR) Boston, located in Fallujah, Iraq, during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

STAFF SGT. Bradford Bardin of Bravo Company, 4th Battalion,23rd Infantry Reigment,shows some Iraqi soldiers how to hold their during reflux training on Forward Operating Base Marez at the Marez Range on Feb. 1, 2006 in Mosul, Iraq in Support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. (U.S. Army photo by SPC. Clydell Kinchen) (Released)

STAFF SGT. Bradford,SGT. Morgan Evans and SGT. Disney Medina of Bravo Company, 4th Battalion,23rd Infantry Reigment,teach Iraqi soldier reflux training on Forward Operating Base Marez at the Marez Range on Feb. 1, 2006 in Mosul, Iraq in Support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. (U.S. Army photo by SPC. Clydell Kinchen) (Released)

The Change of Command Ceremony for Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 40 takes place at Naval Station Norfolk, Va., on Oct. 26, 2006. During the Ceremony U.S. Navy CMDR. Mark F. Light relieved CMDR. Bradford L. Brown after a successful tour of duty. (U.S. Navy PHOTO by Mass Communication SPECIALIST 2nd Class Joshua Karsten) (Released)

[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Muskogee, OK, January 21, 2007 -- Pallets of water await distribution at the Muskogee fairgrounds. FEMA has trucked in more than 870,000 liters of water since a January 12 ice storm hit the state. Photo by Julie Bradford/FEMA News Photo.

Severe Storm - St. Francis County, Ark. , November 10, 2009 -- Michael Englehardt, FEMA Project Specialist looks at the damage done to a bridge in St. Francis County with James Bradford, the St. Francis County Director of Road Maintenance. Photo by Patsy Lynch/FEMA

Severe Storm - Forest City, Ark. , November 10, 2009 --Michael Englehardt, a FEMA Project Specialist(left) meets with James Bradford (left), St. Frances Road Maintenance Director and Gary Hughes, St. Francis County Judge, to discuss the damage done during the recent storms that affected their county. FEMA and the state of Arkansas are working with local officials to determine what, if any federal assistance may be provided to the counties affected by the severe weather. Photo by Patsy Lynch/FEMA

Severe Storm - St. Francis County, Ark. , November 10, 2009 -- Shannon Matthew, FEMA Mitigation Specialist documents the damage done on a county bridge in St. Francis County while Michael Engelhardt, a FEMA project specialist (left) talks with Arkansas Emergency manager, Anthony Coy and James Bradford, the St. Francis county Director of Road Maintenance. Photo by Patsy Lynch/FEMA

Galena, AK, June 13, 2014 -- FEMA Regional Administrator Ken Murphy meets with Division A Task Force Leader Shannon Bradford regarding the disaster survivors recovery process. FEMA is coordinating the recovery measures after severe flooding catastrophically damaged the infrastructure to the community. Adam DuBrowa/ FEMA

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-27386-06] Official portrait of Bradford Higgins, Assistant Secretary for Resource Management and Chief Financial Officer [Photographer: Ann Thomas--State] [59-CF-DS-27386-06_A-S_Bradford_Higgins_8x10.jpg]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-27386-06] Official portrait of Bradford Higgins, Assistant Secretary for Resource Management and Chief Financial Officer [Photographer: Ann Thomas--State] [59-CF-DS-27386-06_A-S_Bradford_Higgins.jpg]

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