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Farris, Cage - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi Second Infantry, A, F-G

Berry, Cage J - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi Eighteenth Tnfantry, A-Bl

Faris, Cage - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi Second Infantry, A, F-G

German prisoners in prisoners cage. Taken in battle of Fricourt, France

Monthly Progress Photo, Building 127 (44) Transformer Station Rebuild to Let Crane Cage Pass, Looking East, Yard Labor

American Red Cross - Soliciting Funds - Public Gatherings - A unique Red Cross Shop. A novel tea room, representing the interior of a bird cage, is the feature of trhe Red Cross Shop which recently opened in the old Haggin residence on Fifth Avenue, New York City

Man Setting Triangular Cage

Truck and Triangular Cage in Field

Triangular Cage

Photograph of Transferring a Beaver from a Live Trap to a Transporting Cage

Photograph of Beaver Released from the Transporting Cage at Its New Home

Crocker Laboratory, 60-inch cyclotron, general view from front of rectifier cage showing oscillator and transmission lines. Photo taken 5/03/1944. Declassified 1954. 60"-8 Principal Investigator/Project: Crocker Lab/60-inch

184-inch cyclotron. Main 12 K.V. switching area in M.G. room. 12 K.V. main O.C.B. on termination of 6,200 K.V. A line from campus, on right. 12 K.V. O.C.B. for transformers feeding 2,300 volt bus. on left. Metering transformers inside cage. Fused disconnects on overhead 12 K.V. distribution bussrs. Photo taken 3/15/1947. 184"-703 Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project

184-inch cyclotron. Electrostatis hi-voltage cage for pulse firing and transformer equipment. Photo taken 5/18/1949. 184"-1033 Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project

Dr. Bowers' rat cage. Photo taken 7/25/1950. 60"-278. Principal Investigator/Project: Crocker Lab/60-inch

Astatine studies, normal and experimental animals [monkey in a cage]. Photo taken 11/19/1951 for Dr. J. G. Hamilton's group. 60"-390. Principal Investigator/Project: Crocker Lab/60-inch

Astatine studies, normal and experimental animals [monkey in a cage]. Photo taken 11/19/1951 for Dr. J. G. Hamilton's group. 60"-393. Principal Investigator/Project: Crocker Lab/60-inch

Method of bearing loading cage. Photograph taken October 19, 1960. Bevatron-2146

CAGE IN ZERO GRAVITY 0-G FACILITY TRANSPORTING MEN IN CHAMBER

CAGE IN ZERO GRAVITY 0-G FACILITY TRANSPORTING MEN IN CHAMBER

CAGE IN ZERO GRAVITY 0-G FACILITY TRANSPORTING MEN IN CHAMBER

CAGE IN ZERO GRAVITY 0-G FACILITY TRANSPORTING MEN IN CHAMBER

CAGE IN ZERO GRAVITY 0-G FACILITY TRANSPORTING MEN IN CHAMBER

INLET CAGE HONEYCOMB

INLET CAGE HONEYCOMB

INLET CAGE HONEYCOMB

INLET CAGE HONEYCOMB

COMPRESSION TEST CAGE WITH SPECIMEN

An aerial view of Security Hill with the"Elephant Cage"AN/FLR-9 circular disposed antenna array in the background

A ground crewman points to the new cage door hinges on a Cochran elevator loader used for loading equipment aboard a 747 cargo aircraft during Operation Ocean Venture '82

A left rear view of a fast attack vehicle (FAV) prototype parked on the test driving range. The FAV is equipped with an M60 machine gun in front of the passengers seat and a Mark 19 Mod 3 40 mm automatic grenade launcher on the roll cage

A left side view of a fast attack vehicle (FAV) prototype undergoing testing at the test driving range. The FAV is equipped with an M60 machine gun in front of the passengers seat and a Mark 19 Mod 3 40 mm automatic grenade launcher on the roll cage

A left front view of a fast attack vehicle (FAV) prototype undergoing testing at the test driving range. The FAV is equipped with an M60 machine gun in front of the passengers seat and a Mark 19 Mod 3 40 mm automatic grenade launcher on the roll cage

A scuba diver, a flight deck crewman and a firefighter stand on the brow during the commissioning of the salvage ship USS GRASP (ARS 51). A diver is in a diving cage in the background

A scuba diver, a flight deck crewman and a firefighter stand on the brow during the commissioning of the salvage ship USS GRASP (ARS 51). A diver is in a diving cage in the background

A litter, a cage and other rescue devices are displayed at the station's Aviation Physiology Training Unit

A crewman holds a small bird caught on the flight deck of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN 69). Birds landing on the ship are a hazard during flight operations. The bird will be placed in a cage and released in port

Photographer's Mate 2nd Class (PH2) Tracy E. Didas stands in a basket cage on the front of a fork lift to photograph aspects of flight deck operations aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN 69)

A local hunter removes a sledge dog from its carrier cage. The Husky is one of the 230 brought from Jakobshavn by an emergency airlift of the 109th Tactical Airlift Group of the New York Air National Guard for the village of Quanaag, where the entire loc

A signalman studies in the signalman's cage aboard the destroyer USS PETERSON (DD-969) during FLEET EX 1-90

STS078-305-025 - STS-078 - UMS, Kregel works with syringe stowage cage in the Spacelab module on LMS-1

STS076-461-019 - STS-076 - TEHOF in Spektr module with cage assembly

Linear accelerator electric power cage. Photograph taken July 21, 1947. LINAC-463

The Bird Cage associated with the Linac. Photograph taken March 21, 1946. LINAC-80

STS078-305-026 - STS-078 - UMS, Kregel works with syringe stowage cage in the Spacelab module on LMS-1

STS078-305-029 - STS-078 - UMS, Kregel works with syringe stowage cage in the Spacelab module on LMS-1

Interlock for condenser cage. Photograph taken December 20, 1945. LINAC-27

STS076-461-017 - STS-076 - TEHOF in Spektr module with cage assembly

STS076-461-018 - STS-076 - TEHOF in Spektr module with cage assembly

STS076-461-020 - STS-076 - TEHOF in Spektr module with cage assembly

(Left to right) Lisa Lage, 11; of Girl Scout Troop 154; Colton Botson, 7; and Ray Cage, 7 assist COL. David Lopez, Vice Commander, 12th Flying Training Wing, plant a tree at the site of the future Youth Center. The tree was provided by the Free City U.S.A. Foundation

US Navy MASTER Diver Eric Frank and Diver James Mariano from Mobile Diving Salvage Unit 2 are inside a diving cage being lowered into the water at TWA Flight 800 crash site

Missile Maintenance Technicians from the 90th MXS/LSS stand at the opening of Minuteman III Silo, Alpha-7. Pictured are: SENIOR AIRMAN Eric Laboarde (on diveboard), STAFF SGT. Jason Bruns & STAFF SGT. Monte Reeder (in work cage)

At Minuteman Missile Silo Alpha-7, STAFF Sgts. Jason Bruns and Monte Reeder, Missile Maintenance Technicians from the 90th MXS/LSS tighten the bolts on the upper stage of a Minuteman III missile while standing in a mechanical work cage that can be raised and lowered to reach different parts of the missile

Hull Technician 2ND Class Brian Brown repairs the safety cage for a bomb hoist on board USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN (CVN 72). The ABRAHAM LINCOLN Battle Group is currently forward deployed to the Persian Gulf in support of United Nations sanctions against Iraq during Operation SOUTHERN WATCH

US Navy ENSIGN Tom Kuruc, smiles after he and other students completed the first of two "dunkers". Once the trainee is strapped into the "dunker," the cage slams into the water, rolls down the track and holds the student upside down. If the student moves too soon, the roll is nixed, and the student has to try again. This image was used in the May 2000 AIRMAN Magazine article "Earning Wings of Silver & Gold"

Shot of a training device called a "dunker". Once the trainee is strapped into the "dunker," the cage slams into the water, rolls down the track and holds the student upside down. If the student moves too soon, the roll is nixed, and the student has to try again. This image was used in the May 2000 AIRMAN Magazine article "Earning Wings of Silver & Gold"

US Air Force Academy Falcons Cadet First Class Travis Logsdon, and Cadet Second Class Tre' Cage, stop the Bulldogs for no gain during the first ever Silicon Valley Football Classic Bowl game on December 31, 2000

At Istres Air Base, STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) John Douglas, USAF, cuts the frame of a metal cage door as part of a project to expand a storage area at the Air Force detachment on the French air base. SSGT Douglas deployed with three others from the 3rd Civil Engineers, Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska, on a 90-day Air Expeditionary Force deployment with the 16th Expeditionary Operations Group here as part of Operation JOINT FORGE. "The United States has agreed to provide a force of approximately 6,900 U.S. Service member to help maintain a capable military force in Bosnia-Herzegovina. No timetable for the duration of Operation JOINT FORGE has been determined. The mission will be assessed...

STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) John Douglas, USAF, cuts frame of a metal cage door as part of a project to expand a storage area at Air Force detachment at Istres Air Base, France. SSGT Douglas deployed with three ors from 3rd Civil Engineers, Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska, on a 90-day Air Expeditionary Force deployment with 16th Expeditionary Operations Group here as part of Operation JOINT FORGE."The United States has agreed to provide a force of approximately 6,900 U.S. Service member to help maintain a capable military force in Bosnia-Herzegovina. No timetable for duration of Operation JOINT FORGE has been determined. The mission will be assessed periodically and...

US Navy (USN) Boatswain Mate CHIEF, 1ST Class Diver/Surface Warfare, David Calloway, stand inside a divers cage as he ascends from a dive over the historical wreck of the USS Monitor, 17 miles off the coast of North Carolina, during the first phase of Monitor Expedition 2001

STAFF Sergeant John Douglas, USAF, cuts the frame of a metal cage door as part of a project to expand a storage area at the U.S. Air Force detachment at Istres Air Base, France. "The United States has agreed to provide a force of approximately 6,900 U.S. Service member to help maintain a capable military force in Bosnia-Herzegovina. No timetable for the duration of Operation JOINT FORGE has been determined. The mission will be assessed periodically and the force size will be adjusted, as circumstances require."

Low angle view showing a US Navy (USN) SH-60F Seahawk helicopter from Helicopter Anti-Submarine squadron One Four (HS-14) lifting a cargo cage from the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS KITTY HAWK (CV 63), during Vertical Replenishment (VERTREP), operations

US Navy (USN) Aviation Ordnancemen (AO) from Weapons Department, G-1 Division watch as a US Navy (USN) SH-60F Seahawk helicopter from Helicopter Anti-Submarine squadron One Four (HS-14) lifts a cargo cage from the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS KITTY HAWK (CV 63), during Vertical Replenishment (VERTREP), operations

US Marine Corps (USMC) MASTER GUNNERY Sergeant (MGYSGT) Philip J. Corneilson Jr., Military Operations (S-3), 5th Marines, 1ST Marine Division (MARDIV), Camp Pendleton, California (CA), tethers a chicken to its cage. The chicken functions as an early warning device in case of a gas attack during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. (Substandard image)

Gary Weeden, US Navy (USN), Chaplain from Washington D.C. looks into a glass cage of alligators with an orphan from the El Shaddai Orphanage in Thailand at the Sriracha Tiger Zoo, during a visit by US Marine Corps (USMC) personnel and USN Sailors from Marine units in Sameson, as part of a regional community relations effort in support of Exercise COBRA GOLD 2003

US Army (USA) Stryker, Alpha (A) Company, 1ST Battalion (BN), 24th Infantry Regiment (INF REGT), Fort Lewis, Washington (WA), patrols the street of Mosul, Iraq, during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. The Stryker is equipped with a slat armor cage that will detonate anti-tank shaped charge warheads away from the vehicle

Two young Iraqi men kick a soccer ball around behind an M1126 Stryker Infantry Carrier Vehicle (ICV), with Slat Armor cage, from 2nd Platoon (PLT), Bravo (B) Company (CO), 1ST Battalion (BN), 5th Infantry (INF), 25th Infantry Division (ID) (Stryker Brigade Combat Team (SBCT)), while on patrol near Mosul, Iraq. The SBCT is assigned to Task Force Freedom supporting Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

A US Army (USA) M1126 Stryker Infantry Carrier Vehicle (ICV), from 2nd Platoon (PLT), Bravo (B) Company (CO), 1ST Battalion (BN), 5th Infantry (INF), 25th Infantry Division (ID) (Stryker Brigade Combat Team (SBCT)), fitted with Slat Armor cage, conducts a patrol near Mosul, Iraq, as the sun sets. The SBCT is assigned to Task Force Freedom supporting Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

A US Army (USA) M1126 Stryker Infantry Carrier Vehicle (ICV) with Slat Armor cage from the 2nd Platoon (PLT), Bravo (B) Company (CO), 1ST Battalion (BN), 5th Infantry (INF), 25th Infantry Division (ID) (Stryker Brigade Combat Team (SBCT)), in position while on patrol near Mosul, Iraq. The cage detonates anti-tank shaped charges away from the vehicle. The SBCT is assigned to Task Force Freedom supporting Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

US Army (USA) Soldiers from 2nd Platoon (PLT), Bravo (B) Company (CO), 1ST Battalion (BN), 5th Infantry (INF), 25th Infantry Division (ID) (Stryker Brigade Combat Team (SBCT)) conduct a vehicle search at a traffic control point (TCP) during a patrol near Mosul, Iraq. In the background sits a USA M1126 Stryker Infantry Carrier Vehicle (ICV) with Slat Armor cage. The SBCT is assigned to Task Force Freedom supporting Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

US Army (USA) Soldiers from 2nd Platoon (PLT), Bravo (B) Company (CO), 1ST Battalion (BN), 5th Infantry (INF), 25th Infantry Division (ID) (Stryker Brigade Combat Team (SBCT)), scans the horizon for threats from a USA M1126 Stryker Infantry Carrier Vehicle (ICV), with Slat Armor cage, while on patrol near Mosul, Iraq. The SBCT is assigned to Task Force Freedom supporting Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

A US Army (USA) Soldier from A Troop, 2nd Squadron (SQD), 14th Cavalry Regiment (CAV REGT), 25th Infantry Division (ID) Stryker Brigade Combat Team (SBCT), pulls security, armed with a Special Operation Peculiar Modification (SOPMOD) M4 rifle, performs a dismounted patrol on a street in Mosul, Iraq. Accompanying the Soldier is a Stryker APC (Armored Personnel Carrier) with Slat Armor cage during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. The cage detonates anti-tank shaped charges away from the vehicle

A US Army Soldier (left) from Charley (C) Company (CO), 3rd Battalion (BN), 21st Infantry Regiment (INF REGT), 1ST Brigade (BDE), 25th Infantry Division (ID) Stryker Brigade Combat Team (SBCT), pulls guard while fellow Soldiers load in to the Stryker APC (Armored Personnel Carrier) in Mosul, Iraq, during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. The guard is armed with a FNMI 7.62 mm M240B machine gun, the others are armed with Special Operation Peculiar Modification (SOPMOD) M4 rifles. The Stryker has a Slat Armor cage, which detonates anti-tank shaped charges away from the vehicle

Two Royal Brunei Navy (RBN) Divers stand aboard a diving cage while being lowered into the water from the US Navy (USN) Salvage Ship, USS SAFEGUARD (ARS 50) during familiarization dives conducted during the Brunei phase of Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training (CARAT). CARAT is an annual series of bilateral military training exercises with several Southeast Asian nations designed to enhance interoperability of the respective sea services

US Army (USA) Soldiers with 2nd Squadron (SQD), 14th Cavalry Regiment (CAV REGT) (2-14), Fort Lewis, Washington (WA), travel through the desert in their M1126 Stryker Infantry Carrier Vehicle (ICV) with Slat Armor cage on patrol near the Syrian border. The 2-14 is operating out of Combat Outpost (COP) Rawah, to keep terrorists from crossing the Syrian border into Iraq during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

US Army (USA) Soldiers from the 1ST Battalion (BN), 17th Infantry Regiment (IN), 172nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team (SBCT), Fort Wainwright, Alaska (AK), on patrol in Mosul, Iraq, during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. The 1126 Stryker Infantry Carrier Vehicle (ICV) is fitted with a Slat Armor cage

A US Army (USA) Soldier of the 172nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, Fort Wainwright, Alaska (AK), onboard an M1126 Stryker Infantry Carrier Vehicle (ICV), hands an Iraqi boy a bottle of water in Mosul, Iraq, during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. The Stryker is equipped with a Slat Armor cage

U.S. Navy AIRMAN Brandi Cage, assigned to the painting and preservation team aboard the U.S. Navy Nimitz Class Aircraft Carrier USS CARL VINSON (CVN 70), sands old paint off of the superstructure on Dec. 15, 2006, while the CARL VINSON is undergoing an extensive scheduled Refueling Complex Overhaul (RCOH) at the Northrop Grumman Newport News Shipyards, Newport News, Va. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication SPECIALIST 2nd Class Chris Fahey) (Released)

U.S. Army SPC. Kyle Thomas, a track vehicle mechanic assigned to Echo Company, 27th Base Support Battalion, 1ST Cavalry Division, welds a mounting bracket onto an engineer vehicle at the motor pool. The Fort Bliss, Texas, vehicle mechanic helped engineer a metal bracket to secure the rocket-propelled grenade deflection cage usually attached to the M113 Armored Personnel Carrier and redesigned it to mount on an engineer route clearance vehicle for added force protection for forces in the Mosul. (U.S. Army PHOTO by STAFF SGT. Samantha M. Stryker) (Released)

U.S. Army SPC. Kyle Thomas, SPC. Gary Parks, PFC. Paxton White and STAFF SGT. David W Finney, (front to back) are assigned to Echo Company, 27th Base Support Battalion, 1ST Cavalry Division, scrutinize a metal bracket at the motor pool. The Fort Bliss, Texas, fabricators engineered the metal bracket to secure the rocket-propelled grenade deflection cage usually attached to the M113 Armored Personnel Carrier and redesigned it to mount on an engineer route clearance vehicle for added force protection for forces in the Mosul. (U.S. Army PHOTO by STAFF SGT. Samantha M. Stryker) (Released)

U.S. Army SPC. Kyle Thomas, a track vehicle mechanic assigned to Echo Company, 27th Base Support Battalion, 1ST Cavalry Division, braces a mounting bracket onto an engineer vehicle at the motor pool. The Fort Bliss, Texas, vehicle mechanic helped engineer a metal bracket to secure the rocket-propelled grenade deflection cage usually attached to the M113 Armored Personnel Carrier and redesigned it to mount on an engineer route clearance vehicle for added force protection for forces in the Mosul. (U.S. Army PHOTO by STAFF SGT. Samantha M. Stryker) (Released)

U.S. Army SPC. Gary Parks, assigned to Echo Company, 27th Base Support Battalion, 1ST Cavalry Division, cuts a notch into a metal bracket, while working at the motor pool. The Fort Bliss, Texas, fabricator helped engineer a metal bracket to secure the rocket-propelled grenade deflection cage usually attached to the M113 Armored Personnel Carrier and redesigned it to mount on an engineer route clearance vehicle for added force protection for forces in the Mosul. (U.S. Army PHOTO by STAFF SGT. Samantha M. Stryker) (Released)

Flooding - Minot, N. D. , June 24, 2011 -- Kittens play in their cage at the Souris Valley Animal Shelter. Over 460 pets of evacuees are sheltered due to the flood. FEMA is working closely with federal, state, local and tribal partners in the ongoing flood fight. Photo by Andrea Booher/FEMA

Point Pleasant Beach, N.J., Jan. 28, 2013 -- Jenkinson's Aquarium has been closed for the last three months after suffering damage from Hurricane Sandy. Here, a staff person cleans the penguin cage in anticipation of the grand reopening this Friday. Photo by Liz Roll/FEMA

Point Pleasant Beach, N.J., Jan. 28, 2013 -- Jenkinson's Aquarium has been closed for the last three months after suffering damage from Hurricane Sandy. Here, a staff person cleans the penguin cage in anticipation of the grand reopening this Friday. Photo by Liz Roll/FEMA

Loveland, Colo., November 22, 2013 -- Jane Cage, Volunteer Chairman of the Joplin Citizens Advisory Recovery Team (CART) talks about their experiences to the Colorado Community Recovery Symposium. Photo Michael Rieger/FEMA

Joplin, Mo., May 22, 2013 -- Jane Cage, chair of the Joplin Area Citizens Advisory Recovery Team (CART), talks about the importance of community resiliency during the city's 2-year tornado anniversary ceremony after receiving the first national presentation of the Rick Rescorla National Award for Resiliency from U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano. FEMA recovery specialists helped organize the citizen-based group that Cage has led for nearly 2 years. CART has continuously helped citizens explore ways to re-imagine and recover tornado-impacted areas and works closely with local officials, governmental and non-governmental agencies and long-term recovery planners. Seated in background: Joplin City Manager Mark Rohr, DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano. Barb Sturner/FEMA

Joplin, Mo., May 22, 2013 -- DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano (left) presents a medal and framed award to Jane Cage and the citizens of Joplin in honor of the resiliency they have shown in their recovery following a devastating 2011 tornado. DHS' Rick Rescorla National Award for Resiliency, honors Rick Rescorla who died on 9/11 while helping to save scores of colleagues at Morgan Stanley in one of the World Trade Center towers. FEMA and local resident Cage helped organize the Joplin Area Citizens Advisory Recovery Team, a citizens-based community group formed to help guide Joplin's long-term recovery. This is the first national presentation of the award, which was delivered during the city's 2-year tornado anniversary ceremony. Seated in background from left: Joplin Fire Chief Mitch Randles and Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon. Barb Sturner/FEMA

Joplin, Mo., May 22, 2013 -- U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano (left) presents the Rick Rescorla National Award for Resilience to Jane Cage and the citizens of Joplin, MO for their efforts to help the community recover from a devastating 2011 tornado. Cage heads the Joplin Area Citizens Advisory Recovery Team, a citizen-based group formed to help guide Joplin's rebuilding. The award, given for just the second time, was presented during the city's 2-year tornado anniversary ceremony. Seated in background from left: Joplin Fire Chief Mitch Randles, City Manager Mark Rohr, Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon and Matt Erskine, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Economic Development, U.S. Department of Commerce. FEMA continues to support the community's long-term recovery. Barb Sturner/FEMA

Joplin, Mo., May 22, 2013 -- U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano presents the Rick Rescorla National Award for Resilience to Jane Cage and the citizens of Joplin at the community's 2-year tornado anniversary ceremony. Cage heads the Joplin Area Citizens Advisory Recovery Team, a citizen-based group that was begun with the help of FEMA after the city was devastated by an EF 5 tornado in May 2011 to help guide the community's long-term recovery. Rescorla died on 9/11 after helping to save scores of Morgan Stanley employees from one of the World Trade Center towers. This is the first national presentation of the DHS award in his honor. Seated in the background from left: Joplin Fire Chief Mitch Randles and Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon. Barb Sturner/FEMA