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At Kemmel. Amunition column and combat train on the battle field. May 1918

College and Universities - University of Wisconsin - Skirmish Line Combat Problem

Ceremonies - Demobilization - 1st Div. Parade, N.Y.C., Sept. 10, 1919. "Pershing's Own", composed of selected men from combat divisions in the A.E.F. passing through the Victory Arch

Airplanes - Flight - A raid over London in which 32 German aeroplanes joined. Note the three British planes that came up to give combat. Inter. Film Serv

Ceremonies - Demobilization - "Pershing's Own" in Great Homecoming Parade, Sept. 10, 1919. The troops after passing through Victory Arch, Fifth Avenue and 24th St., N.Y.C.; "Pershing's Own" consisted of selected me from every combat division in the A.E.F

American Red Cross - N thru W - Medical Conference at Cannes, France, held April 1 to 11, 1919, on invitation of the Red Cross societies of Great Britain, France, Italy, Japan and U.S. to formulate a program for Red Cross co-operation to combat disease and promote public health. Dr. Ninagawa, of the Japanese delegation representing the Japanese Red Cross Society on Committee of Red Cross Societies

Neutral military attaches on a visit to a combat squardon on the Piave front. Inspecting the combat squardon. November 1917

Neutral military attaches in a visit to a combat squadron on the Piave front. General von Hofacker Listening to the account of returning observation flyer. November 1917

College and Universities - University of Wisconsin - Working a combat problem, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin

Neutral military attaches on a visit to a combat squardon on the Piave front. General von Hofacker in a group of military attaches. November 1917

Colleges and Universities - Johns Hopkins - R.O.T.C., at bay1t combat

Demobilization - Mustering Out Scene - Wounded sailors back on the transport George Washington. Sailors who have been wounded in action either manning land naval guns or in combat with submarines

Airplanes - Types - G-2 combat plane revised and known as the "Shark". On exhibition at Aero Show, New York

Aircraft airlifting injured serviceman at South Pacific Combat Air Transport Command (SCAT) in the South Pacific during World War II

Aircraft airlifting injured serviceman at South Pacific Combat Air Transport Command (SCAT) in the South Pacific during World War II

Richard Nixon stands in front of a South Pacific Combat Air Transport Command (SCAT) building in the South Pacific during World War II

Aircraft with South Pacific Combat Air Transport Command (SCAT) unit in Bougainville, Soloman Islands. Front (L-R): Bill Streeter, Ross Offenstine, A.L. Yezzi Pazzerie, Dan Beggan, John Morrow, John Jasper Whitmore. 2nd (L-R): Fred Burson, , Bernard J. Yeltema, T. Martin, D.C. Throneburg, A.C. Nelson, Daniel Meyer. Rear (L-R): Lt. H.M. Dole, Lt. Richard Nixon, Lt. M.A. Dupree Jr

Photograph of the French Invasion Beach Made by a Coast Guard Combat Photographer from a Hillside Cut with the Trenches of the Ousted Nazi Defenders

Richard Nixon and fellow serviceman with a South Pacific Combat Air Transport Command military jeep

Interior of quonset hut at a South Pacific Combat Air Transport Command (SCAT) station on Green Island. Operations officer Richard Nixon visible at desk to far right

Richard Nixon and fellow serviceman with a South Pacific Combat Air Transport Command military jeep

Richard Nixon and servicemen outside tent at South Pacific Combat Air Transport Command (SCAT) station on Green Island. A pole holds a sign reading "Los Angeles City Limits."

Richard Nixon with South Pacific Combat Air Transport Command (SCAT) unit servicemembers are visited by nurse Dorothy Sawyer in the South Pacific

Richard Nixon and fellow serviceman with a South Pacific Combat Air Transport Command military jeep

AN air-to-air right side view of a B-57 Canberra aircraft heading for a strike mission, ending the two-month tour of the 13th Tactical Bombardment Squadron in Vietnam from Clark Air Base, Philippines. The maintenance crew of the 13th Tactical Bombardment Squadron recently established a unit maintenance record of 12,000 combat missions flown without a single ground cancellation

Republic of Vietnam. Operation "DASPO". SSG Howard G. Breedlove, Combat Photographer, DASPO, Wades Through Knee Deep Water in Rice Paddies During an Infantry Sweep Through the Rice Paddies off the Main Highway Leading to Cu Chi from Saigon

Maintaining and repairing delicate flight instruments in the engines of a combat aircraft is the work of A1C Kenneth W. Trossn, left, and George C. Wolf. Both airmen are instrument repairman specialists from the 17th Air Commando Wing

AN air-to-air front view of an F-105D Thunderchief aircraft approaching a KC-135 Stratotanker aircraft for refueling during flight. Aerial refueling and forward air control crews were honored by 388th Tactical Fighter Wing F-105D Thunderchief aircraft pilots in recognition of their successful coordinated combat mission. The day of the combat was called "Tanks a Million-That's a FAC" day

U.S. Marines head into combat after being airlifted to Calu by the C-123 Provider aircraft of the 311th Air Commando Squadron. In all, the 13 aircraft delivered 475 troops and over six tons of equipment in 90 minutes

COL W. E. Davis Jr., commander, 12th Tactical Fighter Wing, talks with other pilots after completing his 200th and last combat mission over North and South Vietnam. The mission consisted of attacking a Viet Cong concentration area, destroying military fortifications and inflicting heavy damage

An air-to-air right side view of an F-4E Phantom II aircraft of the 51st Tactical Fighter Wing, Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea. The aircraft is equipped with an ALQ-119 electronic countermeasures pod and an Air Combat Maneuvering Instrumentation (ACMI) pod. (AIRMAN Magazine, Apr 1984)

An aerial port beam view of the combat stores ship USS SAN JOSE (AFS-7) off the coast of San Diego

Right front view of a damaged Soviet-made BMP-1 mechanized infantry combat vehicle. A Sagger AT-3 anti-tank guided weapon (ATGW) missile is mounted above the 73 mm main gun of the vehicle

Silhouetted view of a combat control team members, with the sent in the background during Exercise Jack Frost '76

A combat control team, in the drop zone, keeps in radio contact with C-141 Starlifter aircraft as troopers parachute from the aircraft during exercise Jack Frost '76

SGT Ronald Dewey, a combat controller in the control tower, clears an aircraft for landing during Exercise Jack Frost '76

Aerial starboard quarter view of the Cimarron class oiler USS MONONGAHELA (AO 178), left, and the Mars class combat stores ship USS CONCORD (AFS 5) underway together

Aerial stern view of the Cimarron class oiler USS MONONGAHELA (AO 178), left, and the Mars class combat stores ship USS CONCORD (AFS 5) underway together

Aerial starboard quarter view of the Cimarron class oiler USS MONONGAHELA (AO 178), left, and the Mars class combat stores ship USS CONCORD (AFS 5) underway together

An aerial view of the Pacific Fleet Combat Direction Systems Training Center at Point Loma

Female cadets train in hand-to-hand combat using pugil sticks at the US Air Force Academy

A UH-1 Iroquois helicopter prepares to pick up a crewman marking his position with a red smoke flare. The UH-1 is participating in combat rescue training exercises

A UH-1 Iroquois helicopter, hovering low over the desert, prepares to pick up a crewman with a rescue harness. The helicopter is participating in combat rescue training exercises

A front view of a UH-1 Iroquois helicopter waiting for orders to take-off during combat rescue training exercises

An A-10 Thunderbolt II aircraft, flying low over the desert, provides cover fire for helicopters during combat rescue training exercises

U.S. Air Force combat controller, TSGT Ernest C. Gomez of the 1300th Military Airlift Squadron, monitors a C-130 Hercules aircraft parachute drop made by members of the U.S. Army 193rd Infantry Brigade during an airborne training mission at Venado Drop Zone

Howard's civil engineering Prime Beef C-team observes a hand-to-hand combat demonstration during their annual field training exercise

Howard's civil engineering Prime Beef C-team observes a hand-to-hand combat demonstration during their annual field training exercise

Howard's civil engineering Prime Beef C-team observes a hand-to-hand combat demonstration during their annual field training exercise

Two soldiers fire flamethrowers during a combat exercise on Nightmare Range

A member of the 317th Tactical Airlift Wing Headquarters Combat Control Team tests for wind speed and direction prior to a parachute drop by troops from the 82nd Airborne Division. The air drop is taking place during combined Army and Air Force training exercise Neptune II

U.S. Army ground radar technicians operate an AN/PPS-5 combat surveillance radar systems

A crewman plots a chart in the Combat Information Center (CIC) of a guided missile cruiser

Crewmen monitor equipment in a shipboard Combat Information Center (CIC)

Two Marines guard the battalion perimeter from advance post positions during their combat readiness evaluation, at the Pakalula Training Area. The Marines are members of Kilo Btry., 1ST Bn., 12th Marines

Two Marines followed by infantrymen, sweep the road with mine detectors (ANTRS-153). The Marines using the detectors, are members of the Combat Engineers Battalion. They are going through combat readiness evaluation at the Pakalula Training Area

A technician updates an illuminated tracking board in the Combat Recording Center Headquarters at Duke Field during exercise GALLANT EAGLE '79

Technicians monitor radar scopes in the Combat Recording Center at Duke Field during exercise GALLANT EAGLE '79

A technician monitors a radar scope in the Combat Recording Center at Duke Field during exercise GALLANT EAGLE '79

Technicians monitor an illuminated tracking board inside the Combat Recording Center Headquarters at Duke Field during exercise GALLANT EAGLE '79

A technician updates data on an illuminated tracking board in the Combat Recording Center at Duke Field during exercise GALLANT EAGLE '79. The information must be written backwards so personnel in front of the board may read it easily

A technician monitors a radar scope in the Combat Recording Center Headquarters at Duke Field during exercise GALLANT EAGLE '79

Members of the Norton Air Force Base combat control team receive final instructions prior to parachuting from a C-141 Starlifter aircraft during an amphibious training mission

A member of the Norton Air Force Base combat control team prepares to parachute from a C-141 Starlifter aircraft during an amphibious training mission

Members of the Norton Air Force Base combat control team position themselves around the pylons of a bridge during an amphibious training missions

Members of the Norton Air Force Base combat control team hold their Colt Commando assault rifles out of the water as they swim to shore during an amphibious training mission

A member of the Norton Air Force Base combat control team takes aim with his Colt Commando assault rifle after reaching the shore during an amphibious training mission

Members of the Norton Air Force Base combat control team swim to shore during an amphibious training mission

A member of the Norton Air Force Base combat control team applies camouflage paint to the face of another team prior to parachuting from a C-141 Starlifter aircraft during an amphibious training mission

A member of the Norton Air Force Base combat control team secures his swimming gear prior to jumping from a C-141 Starlifter aircraft during an amphibious training mission

SSGT "Dixie" Bennett, of the 2114th Communications Squadron, sits in the quadracycle that he designed and built to help combat the energy shortage

Members of the 5th Combat Communications Group use a fork lift to move a pallet of supplies on the flight line. The supplies will be flown to Alaska for use during Exercise JACK FROST "79

Undersecretary of the Navy Robert Baldwin, left rear, and members of his party are given a tour of the combat information center (CIC) during their visit aboard the aircraft carrier USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62)

An interior view of the radar, IFF and combat information center space on the guided missile frigate USS ANTRIM (FFG 20) at 20 percent completion

An interior view of the combat information center of the guided missile frigate USS ANTRIM (FFG 20) at 20 percent completion

A left front view of a Combat Talon MC-130E Hercules aircraft parked on the flight line. The aircraft is equipped with Fulton surface-to-air recovery (STAR) gear on the nose

A rear view of a Combat Talon MC-130E Hercules aircraft parked on the flight line. The aircraft is equipped with Fulton surface-to-air recovery (STAR) gear on the nose

A left side view of a Combat Talon MC-130E Hercules aircraft parked on the flight line. The aircraft is equipped with Fulton surface-to-air recovery (STAR) gear on the nose

Staff Sergeant (SSGT) Richard Fincher, Military Airlift Command Combat weatherman attached to the 18th Airborne Corps, monitors wind direction and speed for air drop operations during Exercise DRAGON TEAM VII

A Marine gunnery sergeant demonstrates the proposed close combat standing ready position for firing a .45-caliber pistol on the pistol range at the Marine Corps Development and Education Command

A Marine gunnery sergeant in a partially squatting position demonstrates one of the close combat firing positions for a .45-caliber pistol on the pistol range at the Marine Corps Development and Education Command

A Marine gunnery sergeant uses a wooden post for support as he demonstrates one of the proposed close combat standing positions for firing a .45-caliber pistol on the pistol range at the Marine Corps Development and Education Command

A Marine rifle squad nears the finish line after a two-mile endurance run. One member of the squad is carrying a fire team leader to the finish line. The run was part of the Combat Endurance and Survivability event at the 1979 Rifle Squad Combat Competition

US Army ground radar technicians operate an AN/PPS-5 combat surveillance radar system

U.S. Army ground radar technicians operate an AN/PPS-5 combat surveillance radar system

Two members of a combat control team set marker panels around a drop zone while competing in Exercise VOLANT RODEO '79. The member on the right is armed with a 5.56 mm Colt Commando assault rifle/submarine gun

Combat control team members of the 437th Military Airlift Wing practice firing an M60 machine gun prior to the target competition during Exercise VOLANT RODEO '79

A member of a combat control team uses a field radio to notify an aircraft that a personnel drop zone is secure during Exercise VOLANT RODEO '79

An interior view of the combat information center equipment room on the guided missile frigate USS CLARK (FFG 11) under construction

An interior view of the combat information center on the guided missile frigate USS ESTOCIN (FFG 15) under construction

An interior view of the combat information center equipment room on the guided missile frigate USS ESTOCIN (FFG 15) under construction

An interior view of the combat information center on the guided missile frigate USS CLARK (FFG 11) under construction

An interior view of the combat information center on the guided missile frigate USS ESTOCIN (FFG 15) under construction

An interior view of the combat information center equipment room on the guided missile frigate USS ESTOCIN (FFG 15) under construction

An interior view of the combat information center on the guided missile frigate USS CLARK (FFG 11) under construction

An interior view of the combat information center equipment room on the guided missile frigate USS CLARK (FFG 11) under construction

An interior view of the combat information center on the guided missile frigate USS FAHRION (FFG 22) at 20 percent completion

An interior view of the radar, IFF and combat information center space on the guided missile frigate USS FAHRION (FFG 22) at 20 percent completion

CAPT Thomas C. Watson Jr., left, commanding officer, and crewmen give distinguished guests a tour of the combat information center (CIC) aboard the aircraft carrier USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62)

CAPT Thomas C. Watson Jr., left, give distinguished guests a tour of the combat information center (CIC) aboard the aircraft carrier USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62)