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Bud Fisher

Bud Fisher

Bud Fisher

Illinois - Red Bud through Rockford

Illinois - Red Bud through Rockford

Illinois - Red Bud through Rockford

Airplanes - Miscellaneous - Chicago Airplane School Training Men for Service. The Bud Morris Airplane School at Chicago has prepared a course for airplane mechanics and has taught many men the intricacies of the airplane. Photo shows the large wing building room of the school where wings for airplanes are constructed by the students, many of whom are Jackies. April 22, 1918. Int. Film Ser

Photograph of Dr. Robert Raulund Inspecting Spruce Bud Worm Rearings for Parasites Inside the Insectory at Kawishiwi Experiment Station

KRON TV's rehearsal for February 26, "Science in Action" show with Lawrence Radiation Laboratory Chemist Albert Ghiorso, right and Bud Larsh. Photo taken 2/26/ 1962. [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

A U.S. Navy Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) (BUD/S) trainees struggle in a mud pit during a "hell week" exercise. Phase I of BUD/S training concludes with "hell week," when students' physical, emotional and mental abilities are tested under adverse conditions

A U.S. Navy Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) (BUD/S) trainees struggle in a mud pit during a "hell week" exercise. Phase I of BUD/S training concludes with "hell week," when students' physical, emotional and mental abilities are tested under adverse conditions

A U.S. Navy Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) (BUD/S) trainees struggle in a mud pit during a "hell week" exercise. Phase I of BUD/S training concludes with "hell week," when students' physical, emotional and mental abilities are tested under adverse conditions

A U.S. Navy Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) (BUD/S) trainees participate in a "hell week" exercise. Phase I of BUD/S training concludes with "hell week," when students' physical, emotional and mental abilities are tested under adverse conditions

A U.S. Navy Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) (BUD/S) trainees carry large logs during a "hell week" exercise. Phase I of BUD/S training concludes with "hell week," when students' physical, emotional and mental abilities are tested under adverse conditions

A U.S. Navy Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) (BUD/S) trainees use a debarkation net to climb from a ship into a landing craft, vehicle, personnel (LCVP) during a training exercise

A U.S. Navy Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) (BUD/S) trainees helps carry large logs during a "hell week" exercise. Phase I of BUD/S training concludes with "hell week," when students' physical, emotional and mental abilities are tested under adverse conditions

SMSGT Bud Andrews, right, participates in a Media Training Seminar at the Pentagon

CMSGT of the Air Force Arthur L. "Bud" Andrews speaks before an audience at the Air Training Command NCO Academy

CMSGT of the Air Force Arthur L. "Bud" Andrews views transparencies on an overhead projector, during a meeting at the Air Training Command NCO Academy

CMSGT of the Air Force A. L. "Bud" Andrews, dressed as Santa Claus, listens to four-year-old Brian J. Hatlelid tell him what he wants for Christmas. Brian's father, Joseph M., is a captain and pilot with the 37th Tactical Airlift Squadron at Rhein-Main Air Base

Honorary pallbearers at Arlington National Cemetery during the state funeral service for the Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Era. From left to right: retired U.S. Navy CMDR. Everett Alvarez Jr., a former prisoner of war; retired U.S. Navy CHIEF Boatswain's Mate James E. Williams; retired U.S. Air Force COL. George E. "Bud" Day; MASTER SGT. Jon R. Cavaiani, U.S. Army; and LT. COL. James P. Fleming, U.S. Air Force, all recipients of the Medal of Honor for service in Vietnam

A U.S. Navy Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) (BUD/S) trainees launch a rubber boat into the surf during a "hell week" exercise. Phase I of BUD/S training concludes with "hell week," when students' physical, emotional and mental abilities are tested under adverse conditions

A U.S. Navy Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) (BUD/S) trainees crawl under a barbed wire obstacle during a "hell week" exercise. Phase I of BUD/S training concludes with "hell week," when students' physical, emotional and mental abilities are tested under adverse conditions

A U.S. Navy Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) (BUD/S) trainees secure their life jackets prior to laundching a rubber boat during a "hell week" exercise. Phase I of BUD/S training concludes with "hell week," when students' physical, emotional and mental abilities are tested under adverse conditions

A U.S. Navy Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) (BUD/S) trainees carry rubber boats up a sand dune during a "hell week" exercise. Phase I of BUD/S training concludes with "hell week," when students' physical, emotional and mental abilities are tested under adverse conditions

A U.S. Navy Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) (BUD/S) trainee struggles across an obstacle during a "hell week" exercise. Phase I of BUD/S training concludes with "hell week," when students' physical, emotional and mental abilities are tested under adverse conditions

A U.S. Navy Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) (BUD/S) trainees prepare to launch a rubber boat from the beach during a "hell week" exercise. Phase I of BUD/S training concludes with "hell week," when students' physical, emotional and mental abilities are tested under adverse conditions

A U.S. Navy Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) (BUD/S) trainees struggle across an obstacle during a "hell week" exercise. Phase I of BUD/S training concludes with "hell week," when students' physical, emotional and mental abilities are tested under adverse conditions

A U.S. Navy Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) (BUD/S) trainees link arms and enter the surf during a "hell week" exercise. Phase I of BUD/S training concludes with "hell week," when students' physical, emotional and mental abilities are tested under adverse conditions

A U.S. Navy Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) (BUD/S) trainees cross a rope swing on the obstacle course during a "hell week" exercise. Phase I of BUD/S training concludes with "hell week," when students' physical, emotional and mental abilities are tested under adverse conditions

A U.S. Navy Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) (BUD/S) trainees cross a rope swing on the obstacle during a "hell week" exercise. Phase I of BUD/S training concludes with "hell week," when students' physical, emotional and mental abilities are tested under adverse conditions

A U.S. Navy Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) (BUD/S) trainees launch a rubber boat into the surf during a "hell week" exercise. Phase I of BUD/S training concludes with "hell week," when students' physical, emotional and mental abilities are tested under adverse conditions

A U.S. Navy Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) (BUD/S) trainees crawl under a barbed wire obstacle during a "hell week" exercise. Phase I of BUD/S training concludes with "hell week," when students' physical, emotional and mental abilities are tested under adverse conditions

A U.S. Navy Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) (BUD/S) trainees scale an obstacle during a "hell week" exercise. Phase I of BUD/S training concludes with "hell week," when students' physical, emotional and mental abilities are tested under adverse conditions

A U.S. Navy Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) (BUD/S) trainees struggle across an obstacle during a "hell week" exercise. Phase I of BUD/S training concludes with "hell week," when students' physical, emotional and mental abilities are tested under adverse conditions

A U.S. Navy Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) (BUD/S) trainees link arms on the beach during a "hell week" exercise. Phase I of BUD/S training concludes with "hell week," when students' physical, emotional and mental abilities are tested under adverse conditions

A U.S. Navy Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) (BUD/S) trainee scales an obstacle during a "hell week" exercise. Phase I of BUD/S training concludes with "hell week," when students' physical, emotional and mental abilities are tested under adverse conditions

A U.S. Navy Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) (BUD/S) trainees carry rubber boat boats up a sand dune during a "hell week" exercise. Phase I of BUD/S training concludes with "hell week," when students' physical, emotional and mental abilities are tested under adverse conditions

A U.S. Navy Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) (BUD/S) trainees launch a rubber boat into the surf during a "hell week" exercise. Phase I of BUD/S training concludes with "hell week," when students' physical, emotional and mental abilities are tested under adverse conditions

A U.S. Navy Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) (BUD/S) trainees launch a rubber boat into the surf during a "hell week" exercise. Phase I of BUD/S training concludes with "hell week," when students' physical, emotional and mental abilities are tested under adverse conditions

A U.S. Navy Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) (BUD/S) trainees carry rubber boats across the sand during a "hell week" exercise. Phase I of BUD/S training concludes with "hell week," when students' physical, emotional and mental abilities are tested under adverse conditions

A U.S. Navy Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) (BUD/S) trainees paddle a rubber boat into the surf during a "hell week" exercise. Phase I of BUD/S training concludes with "hell week," when students' physical, emotional and mental abilities are tested under adverse conditions

A U.S. Navy Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) (BUD/S) trainees leap off a wall on the obstacle course during a "hell week" exercise. Phase I of BUD/S training concludes with "hell week," when students' physical, emotional and mental abilities are tested under adverse conditions

A U.S. Navy Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) (BUD/S) trainees secure their life jackets prior to launching a rubber boat into the surf during a "hell week" exercise. Phase I of BUD/S training concludes with "hell week," when students' physical, emotional and mental abilities are tested under adverse conditions

A U.S. Navy Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) (BUD/S) trainees struggle in a mud pit during a "hell week" exercise. Phase I of BUD/S training concludes with "hell week," when students' physical, emotional and mental abilities are tested under adverse conditions

Students carry rubber rafts while marching along Coronado Beach during Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) training

Students run down Coronado Beach in a double column during Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) training

Students struggle through the surf in rubber rafts during Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) training

Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Bud Jackson, 23rd Tactical Air Support Squadron commander, makes an entry in his flight log after completing the 500th OA-37B Dragonfly aircraft mission while deployed in Honduras during Exercise SOLID SHIELD'87

A mud-covered trainee lies exhausted in the sand during Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) training

A trainee checks a set of gauges while underwater during Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) training

Trainees dressed in scuba gear come ashore carrying M16A1 rifles during Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) training

Trainees prepare to close a hatch cover during Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) training

Trainees assemble M-16A1 rifles in a classroom during Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) training

A trainee parachutes to the ground during Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) training

A mud-covered trainee participates in a night exercise during Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) training

Trainees parachute from a CH-46 Sea Knight helicopter during Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) training

Retired COL. George "Bud" Day wears his ceremonial dress uniform. COL. Day is America's most decorated living veteran and his decorations include the Medal of Honor for his courage as a Vietnam prisoner of War (POW)

A trainee fires an M-9 9mm pistol on the pistol range during Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) training

A trainee fires at a target on the pistol range during Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) training

U. S. Navy Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (BUD/S) trainees negotiate an obstacle as part of their training

U. S. Navy Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (BUD/S) trainees participate in a training exercise in the mud

U. S. Navy Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (BUD/S) trainees participate negotiate an obstacle as part of their training

Trainees carry inflatable boats across the beach as they participate in a Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) exercise at Coronado Beach

Trainees carry inflatable boats out to sea as they participate in a Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) exercise at Coronado Beach

SENIOR MASTER Sergeant (SMSGT) Bud Liston directs the loading of a Cardwell-500 drilling rig mast onto a 60th Marine Air Wing C-5B Galaxy aircraft. The rig will be flown to Semipalatinsk, USSR, where it will be used to drill a satellite hole that will en

SENIOR MASTER Sergeant (SMSGT) Bud Liston measures a Cardwell-500 drilling rig part in order to judge clearance prior to loading part onto a 60th Marine Air Wing C-5B Galaxy aircraft. The rig will be flown to Semipalatinsk, USSR, where it will be used to

CDR R.M. "Bud" Taylor, deputy commander, Carrier Air Wing 1 (CVW-1), performs a preflight check on an F-14A Tomcat aircraft during CVW-1 strike training

Students prepare to carry rubber rafts into the surf at Coronado Beach during Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) training

Captain W.S. "Bud" Orr, Commanding Officer, Carrier Air Wing 14 (CVW-14), conducts a preflight check of a Fighter Squadron 154 (VF-154) F-14A Tomcat aircraft prior to pre-deployment training mission

Captain W.S. "Bud" Orr, Commanding Officer, Carrier Air Wing 14 (CVW-14), climbs up to the cockpit of a Fighter Squadron 154 (VF-154) F-14A Tomcat aircraft prior to pre-deployment training mission

Captain (CAPT) H.A. "Bud" Jupin, Commanding Officer of the air station, talks to a child after giving her a bag of gifts during the air station's Civilian Welfare and Recreation Association Christmas party

Lieutenant Commander Bud Warfield smiles from the cockpit of an Attack Squadron 72 (VA-72) A-7E Corsair II aircraft while flying over the Caribbean Sea

Three of his co-workers watch as firefighter Bud Robinson rappels from the Intermediate Maintenance Activity's 180-foot tall parachute loft. Members of the air station's fire department are learning to rappel as part of their continuing training

A member of Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (BUD/S) Class 183 prepares for a dive

A member of Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (BUD/S) Class 183 clings to a wall on the obstacle course

A member of Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (BUD/S) Class 183 climbs toward a tower on the obstacle course while a classmate prepares to descend

Members of Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (BUD/S) Class 183 receive boat handling instruction on the beach

A member of Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (BUD/S) Class 183 negotiates the logs on the obstacle course

A member of Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (BUD/S) Class 183 climbs the cargo net on the obstacle course

Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (BUD/S) Class 183 puts out to sea for the first time in inflatable assault boats

Second phase instructors keep a close eye on Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) in the combat training tank. The (BUD/S) are learning to exchange scuba gear while submerged

A group of Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) students manhandle logs to build both teamwork and body conditioning at the Naval Special Warfare School during Fourth phase training

A student in the Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) training course at the Naval Special Warfare Center completes a series of chin-up on the high cross bar during the fourth phase (the first six weeks) of the course which is intended to build the students up physically and to develop real motivation to become a SEAL. 66% of the students wash out during this phase of the training

During "the second week of training, known as tower week, at the Army Airborne School, Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) students practice aircraft exit and how to recover immediately after a landing. Here students pull one another to get the feel of being caught by a cross wind upon landing

Third phase Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) student Quartermaster First Class (QM1) Joel Kay's parachute gear is inspected by an instructor at the Army Airborne School prior to boarding the aircraft. Each student undergoes five inspections before they are allowed to jump to ensure maximum safety

A group of Fourth phase Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) take a break before resuming their assault on the obstacle course at the Naval Special Warfare Center

During "tower week" Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) students practice aircraft techniques and get a basic "feel" for the parachute from the 40 foot tower. Here a student starts his decent. At the conclusion of "tower week" the students are dropped from a 250 foot tower in an open parachute

LT. Michael J. White, diving officer and instructor at the Special Warfare Center checks out a student in the Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) course before a training dive during the Second phase of SEAL team training

First phase Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) students swim out past the surf line, wait for a signal from their instructor, then return to the beach. This cycle continues until tired muscles scream for relief from icy water and pulling currents. Dive buddies are, and must be, inseparable while in the water

A student at the Naval Special Warfare Center Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) training course climbs up a rope obstacle. The obstacle course takes BUD/S students over and under more than a dozen challenges

Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) students at the Naval Special Warfare Center must learn to breathe only through their mouths with their diving mask filled with water and their sinuses and eyes burning from chlorine as part of the First phase training

A Third Phase Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) student, turned sugar cube by surf and sand, works through the pain of flutter kicks during physical training (PT) at the Naval Special Warfare Center

Artwork: "Bud's Jug". Artist: Harley Copic, USAF Art Collection. Note: Copyrighted

MASTER SGT. Bud Schiwart and STAFF SGT. Dale DeAngee, both from the 152nd Tactical Reconnaissance Group, Reno, Nevada, place tubes connected with the weapons system on the aircraft into Styrofoam cases at Roswell Industrial Air Center

CHIEF MASTER SGT. of the Air Force, David Campanale, presents a folded flag to Donna Eakins, daughter of CHIEF MASTER SGT. of the Air Force (RET) Arthur "Bud" Andrews. CMSgt Andrews passed away on 26 Oct 1996 in Marietta, GA., after complications following heart surgery. He was 62 years old

View of the cemetery during funeral services for CHIEF MASTER SGT. of the Air Force (RET), Arthur "Bud" Andrews. CMSGT. Andrews passed away on 26 Oct 1996 in Marietta, GA., after complications following heart surgery. He was 62 years old

STAFF Sergeant Bud Aretto and SENIOR AIRMAN William Burns, 743rd Maintenance Squadron, Pope Air Force Base, North Carolina, guide a fork lift up to a C-141 Starlifter aircraft from the 621st Air Mobility Operation Squadron, McGuire Air Force Base, New Jersey. The cargo is to be air dropped during Joint Task Force Exercise (JTFX) 98-1 on Fort Bragg, North Carolina

Military Photographer of the Year Winner 1999 TITLE: "If Jesus Were A Navy Seal" CATEGORY: Portrait PLACE: Honorable Mention Portrait CAPTION INFORMATION: Naval Amphibious Base North Island - A Navy SEAL shows what can happen from receptively completing the obstacle course at BUD's IMAGE FILE #DD-SP-01-00060

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