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Dry Dock Number 4, of Granite and Concrete for the U.S. Navy Yard, New York, New York, Suction and Discharge Pipes for Condenser, Scales as Indicated

Dry Dock Number 4, Cross-Sections Through Pump Well and Discharge Culvert, Drawing F544 S399

Monthly Progress Photo, Pump Well Discharge Culvert Forms, Holbrook, Cabot and Rollins, Contractor

Monthly Progress Photo, Dry Dock No. 4, Pump Well Discharge Culvert Forms, Holbrook, Cabot and Rollins, Contractor

Dry Dock Number 4, Monthly Progress Photo, Discharge Main, Building 41, Holbrook, Cabot, and Rollins Corporation, Contractor

Dry Dock Number 4, Monthly Progress Photo, Discharge Main, Building 41, Holbrook, Cabot, and Rollins Corporation, Contractor

Ship Enters Oversea Port of Discharge, Iceland

Ship Enters Oversea Port of Discharge in Iceland

Frequency modulator using external electrodes to a glow discharge associated with 184-inch cyclotron. Photo taken 12/11/1945. 184"-126. Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project

Seward, Alaska, view

Kirtland Air Force Base, N.M....A close-up view of the laser cavity of a carbon dioxide electric discharge laser at the Air Force Weapons Laboratory. OFFICIAL U.S. AIR FORCE PHOTO (RELEASED)

CRACK IN EXPANSION JOINT OF NO. 1 COMBUSTOR AIR COMPRESSOR DISCHARGE HEADER

DISCHARGE VALVES ON NO. 20 SERVICE AIR MACHINE

NARROW GAP SPINNING 2 PHASE DISCHARGE UNIT

NARROW GAP SPINNING 2 PHASE DISCHARGE UNIT

NARROW GAP SPINNING 2 PHASE DISCHARGE UNIT

CRACK IN EXPANSION JOINT OF NO. 1 COMBUSTOR AIR COMPRESSOR DISCHARGE HEADER

PILOT LASER PIN DISCHARGE APPARATUS WITH DISCHARGE

NARROW GAP SPINNING 2 PHASE DISCHARGE UNIT

CRACKED VALVE PLATE FROM NO. 22 SERVICE AIR COMPRESSOR DISCHARGE VALVE HP CYLINDER CRANKEND

PT DISCHARGE INSTRUMENTATION

THYRATON DISCHARGE ASSEMBLY RELAY RACK AND FAST DISCHARGE LASER SYSTEM

SPARK GAP AREA OF FAST DISCHARGE LASER T8 - DISCHARGE CHANNEL

SPARK GAP AREA OF FAST DISCHARGE LASER T8 - DISCHARGE CHANNEL

SPARK GAP AREA OF FAST DISCHARGE LASER T8 - DISCHARGE CHANNEL

A carbon dioxide electric discharge laser burns a sheet of plexiglass at the Air Force Weapons Laboratory

A project officer observes the effect of a15 kilowatt carbon dioxide electric discharge laser on a sheet of acrylic at the Air Force Weapons Laboratory

A 15 kilowatt carbon dioxide electric discharge laser used to investigate the effect of laser radiation on various materials is operated at the Air Force Weapons Laboratory

Two laser engineering technicians conduct an electric discharge laser experiment in the laser laboratory of the Air Force Weapons Laboratory. The lasers are used to determine the laser interaction with various types of materials

Two laser engineering technicians conduct an experiment with an electric discharge laser beam in the laser laboratory of the Air Force Weapons Laboratory. The lasers are used in laboratory experiments to determine the laser interaction with various types of materials

A view of an electric discharge laser device during an experiment in the laser laboratory of the Air Force Weapons Laboratory. The lasers are used to determine the laser interaction with various types of materials

A close-up view of an electric discharge laser beam during an experiment in the laser laboratory of the Air Force Weapons Laboratory. The lasers are used to determine the laser interaction with various types of materials

A boilerman technician opens the discharge valve to the main feed booster pump in the No. 4 main machinery room aboard the aircraft carrier USS KITTY HAWK (CV 63)

SPECIALIST 4 (SPC) Rick Mitchell receives his discharge certification from Captain (CPT) Louis D. Cruz, a unit commander at Rock Island Arsenal, before being sworn in for another three-year enlistment

Water is pumped from two discharge tubes on an Air National Guard C-130 Hercules onto the flight line during a test of the Modular Airborne Fire Fighting System (MAFFS). The aircraft is participating in fire fighting efforts under the direction of the US Forest Service

The fire retardant chemical Phos-Chek is pumped from two discharge tubes on an Air National Guard C-130 Hercules onto the flight line during a test of the Modular Airborne Fire Fighting System (MAFFS). The aircraft is participating in fire fighting efforts under the direction of the US Forest Service

Water is pumped from two discharge tubes on an Air National Guard C-130 Hercules onto the flight line during a test of the Modular Airborne Fire Fighting System (MAFFS). The aircraft is participating in fire fighting efforts under the direction of the US Forest Service

The fire retardant chemical Phos-Chek is pumped from two discharge tubes on an Air National Guard C-130 Hercules onto the flight line during a test of the Modular Airborne Fire Fighting System (MAFFS). The aircraft is participating in fire fighting efforts under the direction of the US Forest Service

A personnelman types up discharge papers at the air station's Personnel Support Detachment

LT Rosbottom closes a discharge valve on the side of one of the air station fire department's firefighting vehicles

SGT Jeff Johnson of Headquarters and Headquarters Co., 4th Bn., 87th Inf. 25th Inf. Div. (Light) signals to a helicopter coming in for a cargo pickup during the joint Australian/U.S. exercise Kangaroo '89. One of the soldiers behind Johnson will attach the load to the helicopter's external cargo hook; the other is holding a grounded probe that will safely discharge any static electricity generated by the helicopter

A ground crew member cleans the tail section of a 146th Tactical Air Wing C-130 Hercules aircraft. The aircraft is equipped with discharge tubes, part of the Modular Airborne Fire Fighting System (MAFFS), and are used to dispense the fire retardant chemical Phos-Chek. The Hercules is currently taking part in firefighting efforts in the Santa Barbara area

LT. COL. Rapp, commanding officer of Service Co., Headquarters Bn., 1ST Marine Div., presents discharge and reenlistment certificates to SGT. Latsonez following a reenlistment swearing in ceremony during Operation Desert Shield

Assistant CHIEF of Naval Operations (Undersea Warfare) VADM Roger F. Bacon, left, and MCPO Brigham hold up Brigham's discharge and re-enlistment certificates following a ceremony aboard the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS PARGO (SSN-650). The PARGO is underway north of the Arctic Circle.

Assistant CHIEF of Naval Operations (Undersea Warfare) VADM Roger F. Bacon, left, and MCPO Brigham hold up Brigham's discharge and re-enlistment certificates following a ceremony aboard the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS PARGO (SSN-650). The PARGO is underway north of the Arctic Circle.

Boilerman Technician/Fireman Rebecca Powers turns a valve to maintain the discharge pressure of the No. 2 main feed pump aboard the destroyer tender USS ACADIA (AD-42)

Boilerman Technician/Fireman Rebecca Powers turns a valve to maintain the discharge pressure of the No. 2 main feed pump aboard the destroyer tender USS ACADIA (AD-42)

Boilerman Technician/Fireman Rebecca Powers checks a valve to maintain the discharge pressure of the No. 2 main feed pump aboard the destroyer tender USS ACADIA (AD-42)

115th Airlift Squadron loadmasters lower the Modular Airborne Firefighting System (MAFFS) discharge tubes prior to making an airdrop of Phoschek

115th Airlift Squadron loadmasters monitor the Modular Airborne Firefighting System (MAFFS) discharge tubes prior to making an airdrop of Phoschek

115th Airlift Squadron loadmasters lower the Modular Airborne Firefighting System (MAFFS) discharge tubes prior to making an airdrop of Phoschek

Library of Environmental Images, Office of Research and Development (ORD), September 1996 - Water - Power plant water discharge pipe

Library of Environmental Images, Office of Research and Development (ORD), September 1996 - Pesticides and Toxics - Collecting point-source discharge samples at ERL-Duluth (MN)

A Korean Water Ambulance puts in alongside a floating causeway moored to the United States Naval Vessel POLLUX to discharge medics in response to reports of a simulated injured sailor aboard the POLLUX on Oct. 18, 1998. This is one of the many combined training exercises being conducted jointly with United States and Republic of Korea militaries during Exercise Foal Eagle

The US Naval Ship POLLUX (T-AKR) is anchored in the harbor off the Port of Pusan, Republic of Korea participating in a Combined Joint Logistics over-the-shore exercise (C/JLOTS) in support of the annual defensive exercise, FOAL EAGLE '98. The POLLUX is a Fast Sealift Ship designed to upgrade lift capability and expand Army preposition afloat program. Attached to the POLLUXs Starboard side is a Roll on Roll off discharge facility which provides a causeway for vehicles to move from one ship to another. Attached to the causeway along side the POLLUX is a US Army Logistics Support Vessel (LSV) which will transport the vehicles moving from the POLLUX to Pier 8 at the Port of Pusan

The US Naval Ship POLLUX (T-AKR) is anchored in the harbor f the Port Pusan, Republic Korea and is participating in a Combined Joint Logistics over -the-shore exercise (C/JLOTS) during the annual defensive exercise, FOAL EAGLE '98. The POLLUX is a Fast Sealift Ship designed to upgrade lift capability and expand the Army preposition afloat program. Attached to the POLLUX's Starboard side is a Roll On Roll Off Discharge Facility (far right) which provides a causeway for vehicles to move from one ship to another. Alongside the POLLUX, attached to the causeway, is a US Army Logistics Support Vessel (LSV) which will transport the vehicles moving from the POLLUX to pier 8 at the Port...

The US Naval Ship POLLUX (T-AKR) is anchored in the harbor off the Port of Pusan, Republic of Korea participating in a Combined Joint Logistics over-the-shore exercise (C/JLOTS) in support of the annual defensive exercise, FOAL EAGLE '98. The POLLUX is a Fast Sealift Ship designed to upgrade lift capability and expand Army preposition afloat program. Attached to the POLLUX Starboard side is a Roll on Roll off discharge facility which provides a causeway for vehicles to move from one ship to another. Attached to the causeway along side the POLLUX is a US Army Logistics Support Vessal (LSV) which will transport the vehicles moving from the POLLUX to Pier 8 at the Port of Pusan

The US Naval Ship POLLUX (T-AKR) is anchored in the harbor off the Port of Pusan, Republic of Korea participating in a Combined Joint Logistics over-the-shore exercise (C/JLOTS) in support of the annual defensive exercise, FOAL EAGLE '98. The POLLUX is a Fast Sealift Ship designed to upgrade lift capability and expand Army preposition afloat program. Attached to the POLLUX Starboard side is a Roll on Roll off discharge facility which provides a causeway for vehicles to move from one ship to another. Attached to the causeway along side the POLLUX is a US Army Logistics Support Vessal (LSV) which will transport the vehicles moving from the POLLUX to Pier 8 at the Port of Pusan

The Steam Ship Petersburg, a specially configured tanker which pumps fuel from shipboard tanks, lists in Pohang Harbor, Republic of Korea, as it waits to deploy a single-anchor leg mooring system (SALM). Once deployed, the SALM provides a semipermanent platform for continued fuel discharge operations

The Steam Ship PETERSBURG, a specially configured tanker which pumps fuel from shipboard tanks, is anchored in Pohang Harbor, Republic of Korea, Oct. 20, 1998. The PETERSBURG waits to deploy a single-anchor leg mooring system (SALM). Once deployed, the SALM provides a semipermanent platform for continued fuel discharge operations

An M113 Medical Armored Personnel Carrier disembarks from the U.S. Navy Ship POLLUX onto a Roll on Roll off discharge facility in the Port of Pusan, Republic of Korea, Oct. 20, 1998. The POLLUX is a Fast Sealift Ship designed to upgrade lift capability and expand Army preposition afloat program. This is the first operation integrating watercraft assets from the Republic of Korea and United States

The Steam Ship PETERSBURG, a specially configured tanker which pumps fuel from shipboard tanks, lists in Pohang Harbor, Republic of Korea, Oct. 20, 1998, as it waits to deploy a single-anchor leg mooring system (SALM). Once deployed, the SALM provides a semipermanent platform for continued fuel discharge operations

An Outgoing Utility Boat passes the Steam Ship Petersburg, a specially configured tanker which pumps fuel from shipboard tanks, as it lists in Pohang Harbor, Republic of Korea, Oct. 20, 1998. The Petersburg is waiting to deploy a single-anchor leg mooring system (SALM). Once deployed, the SALM provides a semipermanent platform for continued fuel discharge operations

A High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) disembarks from the U.S. Navy Ship POLLUX onto a Roll on Roll of discharge facility in the Port of Pusan, Republic of Korea, Oct. 20, 1998. The POLLUX is a Fast Sealift Ship designed to upgrade lift capability and expand the Army preposition afloat program. This is the first operation integrating watercraft assets from the Republic of Korea and United States

An Outgoing Utility Boat passes the Steam Ship PETERSBURG, a specially configured tanker which pumps fuel from shipboard tanks, as it lists in Pohang Harbor, Republic of Korea, Oct. 20, 1998. The PETERSBURG is waiting to deploy a single-anchor leg mooring system (SALM). Once deployed, the SALM provides a semipermanent platform for continued fuel discharge operations

A 5 ton truck disembarks from the U.S. Navy Ship POLLUX onto a Roll on Roll off discharge facility in the Port of Pusan, Republic of Korea, Oct. 20, 1998. The POLLUX is a Fast Sealift Ship designed to upgrade lift capability and expand Army preposition afloat program. This is the first operation integrating watercraft assets from the Republic of Korea and United States

A train departs Pier 8 at the Port of Pusan, Republic of Korea, Oct. 24, 1998. Aboard the train are soldiers from the 3rd Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division from Fort Lewis, Washington. The train is also carrying various types of tracked vehicles from the 3rd Brigade. The train is headed for Camp Humphries where it will discharge its passengers and equipment so they can continue their mission in Exercise Foal Eagle '98

US President William Jefferson Clinton (center) is surrounded by the family members of US Army First Lieutenant (1LT), Henry O. Flipper, the first African American to graduate from the US Military Academy at West Point, as the President signs a document pardoning 1LT Flipper for a 1882 Army conviction for conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman. The dishonorable discharge accompanying the conviction had been changed to honorable in 1976

US Marines from Marine Forces Unitas XL, with curious men of the Ivory Coast's military looking on, discharge their remaining multicolored smoke grenades after the completion of a training field operation at a coastal training site in Abidjan. Marines and Sailors from the USS CARTER HALL (LSD 50) were participating in this joint training operation as a part of the bi-annual West African Training Cruise (WATC)-99 deployment to western African countries which promotes interoperability and cultivates stronger ties with our foreign allies

US Marine Corps Lance Corporal Louis Valentino, Bulk Fuelman, Marine Wing Support Squadron 271, Cherry Point, North Carolina, connects an elbow valve to the discharge port of a fuel pod. The group will man a refueling site at Concepcion, Paraguay and provide fuel for the CH-47 Helicopters traveling back and forth from Asuncion and Concepcion. The helicopters are vital for supplys and personnel transport for the 823 Red Horse Squadron, Hurlburt Field, Florida, in support of Operation NEW HORIZONS

US Air Force (USAF) Technical Sergeant (TSGT) John Martin, assigned to the 819/219th Expeditionary Rapid Engineer Deployable Heavy Operational Repair Squadron Engineers (RED HORSE), checks elevations using a Global Positioning System (GPS) Receiver on a force main excavation at a forward-deployed location in support of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. Force mains are pipelines that move wastewater under pressure to a discharge point

US Army (USA) personnel watch as a massive water discharge from a hydroelectric facility produces a spectacular water spray during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines assigned to Charlie/Company, 1ST Battalion, 7th Marines, say a silent prayer during a Memorial Service honoring USMC Private First Class (PFC) Ryan R. Cox, 1ST Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, 1ST Marine Division. PFC Cox died as a result of wounds received from a non-combat weapon discharge near An Najaf, Iraq, during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines assigned to the 1ST Marine Division, attend a Fallen Marine Memorial honoring USMC Private First Class (PFC) Ryan R. Cox, 1ST Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, 1ST Marine Division. PFC Cox died as a result of wounds received from a non-combat weapon discharge near An Najaf, Iraq, during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

A Fallen Marine Memorial honoring US Marine Corps (USMC) Private First Class (PFC) Ryan R. Cox, 1ST Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, 1ST Marine Division. PFC Cox died as a result of wounds received from a non-combat weapon discharge near An Najaf, Iraq, during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines assigned to Charlie/Company, 1ST Battalion, 7th Marines, say a silent prayer during a Memorial Service honoring USMC Private First Class (PFC) Ryan R. Cox, 1ST Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, 1ST Marine Division. PFC Cox died as a result of wounds received from a non-combat weapon discharge near An Najaf, Iraq, during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines assigned to Charlie/Company, 1ST Battalion, 7th Marines, pay their final respects during a Memorial Service honoring USMC Private First Class (PFC) Ryan R. Cox, 1ST Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, 1ST Marine Division. PFC Cox died as a result of wounds received from a non-combat weapon discharge near An Najaf, Iraq, during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

A Fallen Marine Memorial and a wooden Cross honoring US Marine Corps (USMC) Private First Class (PFC) Ryan R. Cox, 1ST Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, 1ST Marine Division. PFC Cox died as a result of wounds received from a non-combat weapon discharge near An Najaf, Iraq, during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

The Advanced Electric Ship Demonstrator (AESD), Sea Jet, funded by the Office of Naval Research (ONR), a 133-foot vessel located at the Naval Surface Warfare Center Carderock Division, Acoustic Research Detachment in Bayview, Idaho (ID). Sea Jet will operate on Lake Pend Oreille, where it will be serve as a model representing a destroyer size surface ship to test and demonstrate various technologies. Among the first technologies tested is an underwater discharge water jet from Rolls-Royce Naval Marine, Inc., called AWJ-21, a propulsion concept with the goals of providing increased propulsive efficiency, reduced acoustic signature, and improved maneuverability over previous Destroyer...

The Advanced Electric Ship Demonstrator (AESD), Sea Jet, funded by the Office of Naval Research (ONR), a 133-foot vessel located at the Naval Surface Warfare Center Carderock Division, Acoustic Research Detachment in Bayview, Idaho (ID). Sea Jet will operate on Lake Pend Oreille, where it will be serve as a model representing a destroyer size surface ship to test and demonstrate various technologies. Among the first technologies tested is an underwater discharge water jet from Rolls-Royce Naval Marine, Inc., called AWJ-21, a propulsion concept with the goals of providing increased propulsive efficiency, reduced acoustic signature, and improved maneuverability over previous Destroyer...

The Advanced Electric Ship Demonstrator (AESD), Sea Jet, funded by the Office of Naval Research (ONR), a 133-foot vessel located at the Naval Surface Warfare Center Carderock Division, Acoustic Research Detachment in Bayview, Idaho (ID). Sea Jet will operate on Lake Pend Oreille, where it will be serve as a model representing a destroyer size surface ship to test and demonstrate various technologies. Among the first technologies tested is an underwater discharge water jet from Rolls-Royce Naval Marine, Inc., called AWJ-21, a propulsion concept with the goals of providing increased propulsive efficiency, reduced acoustic signature, and improved maneuverability over previous Destroyer...

US Navy (USN) Rear Admiral (RDML) (lower half) Jay M. Cohen, CHIEF of Naval Research, delivers the principal address at the christening of the Advanced Electric Ship Demonstrator (AESD), Sea Jet, during ceremonies at the Naval Surface Warfare Center Carderock Division, Acoustic Research Detachment (ARD) in Bayview, Idaho (ID). Sea Jet will operate on Lake Pend Oreille, where it will be serve as a model representing a destroyer size surface ship to test and demonstrate various technologies. Among the first technologies tested is an underwater discharge water jet from Rolls-Royce Naval Marine, Inc., called AWJ-21, a propulsion concept with the goals of providing increased propulsive...

The US Navys (USN) Improved Modular Lighterage System (INLS) ramp module loaded on a barge for transit from New Orleans, Louisiana (LA), to Coronado (CO), California (CA) for testing by Expeditionary Warfare Training Group Pacific (EWTGPAC) and Amphibious Construction Battalion One (ACB-1). The INLS is a redesign of a floating dock system originally used during World War II (WWII). The system assembles to form ferries, causeway piers, or ships ramp roll-off discharge platforms, providing the Navy and US Marine Corps (USMC) with a safer, more versatile way to deliver vehicles and critical supplies from ship to shore during war or peacetime operations

The US Navy (USN) Advanced Electric Ship Demonstrator (AESD), SEA JET, ties-up to the pier after completing its first day of sea trials on Lake Pend Oreille at the Naval Surface Warfare Center Carderock Division, Acoustic Research Detachment in Bayview, Idaho (ID). Funded by the Office of Naval Research (ONR); the SEA JET is a 133-foot vessel testing an underwater discharge water jet from Rolls-Royce Naval Marine, Inc., called AWJ-21, a propulsion concept with the goals of providing increased propulsive efficiency, reduced acoustic signature, and improved maneuverability over previous Destroyer Class combatants

US Navy (USN) crew members discharge Aqueous Film Forming Foam onto the flight deck of the USN Aircraft Carrier USS NIMITZ (CVN 68). The NIMITZ Carrier Strike Group is currently participating in Inspection and Survey training off the coast of California (CA)

At Kauai, Hawaii (HI) PETTY Officers (PO) Alex Shafer (right) and Claude Ngouan assigned to the Ticonderoga Class Guided-missile Cruiser USS LAKE ERIE (CG 70) haul a discharge hose during a deflooding operation on the flood-stricken area

At Kauai, Hawaii (HI) PETTY Officers (PO) Alex Shafer (left) and Ricky Losey assigned to the Ticonderoga Class Guided-missile Cruiser USS LAKE ERIE (CG 70) haul a discharge hose during a deflooding operation on the flood-stricken area

US Navy (USN) PETTY Officers (PO) Alex Shafer (left) and Claude Ngouan, assigned to the USN Ticonderoga Class Guided-missile Cruiser USS LAKE ERIE (CG 70) connect two discharge hoses during a deflooding operation on the flood-stricken Hawaiian island of Kauai

At Kauai, Hawaii (HI) PETTY Officer (PO) Ricky Losey, assigned to the Ticonderoga Class Guided-missile Cruiser USS LAKE ERIE (CG 70) hauls a discharge hose during a deflooding operation on the flood-stricken area

U.S. Navy Aviation Machinist's Mate 2nd Class Christopher Davis installs a new compressor discharge valve onto a Strike Fighter Squadron 102 (VFA-102, 'Diamondbacks') F/A-18F Super Hornet multi-mission fighter/attack aircraft, inside the jet shop aboard the Kitty Hawk Class Aircraft Carrier USS KITTY HAWK (CV 63), on Nov. 20, 2006, while the KITTY HAWK and its Strike Group are on a regularly scheduled deployment into the western Pacific Ocean. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication SPECIALIST 3rd Class Jarod R. Hodge) (Released)