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CFFP Program Special Events - All States

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Pictorial Review of Passing Events

American Red Cross - Soliciting Funds - Entertainments - American Red Cross weekly dances at the Gare St. Lazaire are great events for A.E.F. Real American girls and jazz music make this canteen a popular place on dance nights

Ceremonies - New York City - Events in celebrations for the close of war. During the playing of the Star Spangled Banner with every hat off among the male civilians and all the men in uniform at the salute, one of the most impressive and historical events of the closing of hostilities took place at the Public Library at 42nd Street and Fifth Avenue when the flags of all the nations that were arrayed against Germany were simultaneously raised to the top of the poles. Photo shows them in the act of raising

Squash Center "Saturday Afternoon Club" Comments on Current Events

Squash Center Comments On Current Events

[Select views:] HUD historical highlights. [Secretaries, Presidents, events]

[Select views:] HUD historical highlights. [Secretaries, Presidents, events]

Franckenstein operator, Maggie Morley. analyzes events recorded at the propane bubble chamber, taken April 1961. Morgue 1961-54 (P-5) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Dalitz plots from four antikaon lab events. Each dot represents one event. The kinematic envelopes for each plot are plotted for the minimum and maximum laboratory momentum in that sample. Scales on the four plots are different in order to make most efficient use of the face of the tube. Photograph taken July 28, 1964. Bubble Chamber-1380

Optical distortion associated with spark chamber events. Photograph taken January 26, 1966. Bevatron-4027

The US Navy Parachute Demonstration Team, the "Leap Frogs," descends into Civic Park, while participating in the "Cinco de Mayo Celebrate Culture" Parade, during the Navy Week Denver. Navy Week - Denver is one of 20 such events, arranged by the Navy Office of Community Outreach (NAVCO), planned for the year in cities throughout the US

U.S. Navy Vice Adm. John C. Harvey Jr., CHIEF of Naval Personnel, chats with broadcasters from Cleveland radio station WTAM 1100 AM during a Major League Baseball game between the Cleveland Indians and Toronto Blue Jays at Jacobs Field, Cleveland, Ohio, on Aug. 28, 2006. Vice Adm. Harvey was participating in events kicking off Cleveland Navy Week 2006, which runs from Aug. 28 to Sept. 4. Twenty-six such weeks are planned this year in cities throughout the U.S., arranged by the Navy Office of Community Outreach (NAVCO) to enhance Navy awareness in communities with limited Navy exposure. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication SPECIALIST 1ST Class Jason J. Perry) (Released)

CARY, N.C. (Oct. 19, 2006) Sailors assigned to the Virginia-class nuclear-powered fast-attack submarine NORTH CAROLINA (SSN 777) participate in a Habitat for Humanity project as a part of Navy Week. Throughout the week, Sailors also passed out NORTH CAROLINA ball caps to children at Duke Children's Hospital, served lunch at an area soup kitchen, and read stories to children at a local library. Navy Week is sponsored by the Navy Office of Community Outreach and is coordinated with local recruiting districts. The events are held in cities across the country in an effort to increase Navy awareness in cities without a large Navy presence. U.S. Navy photo (Released)

Cinco de Mayo festival participants wave to US Navy (USN) Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) diver US Navy (USN) Commander (CDR) Kevin McCarthy, inside a portable dive tank, during Navy Week Denver festivities. Navy Week - Denver is one of 20 such events, arranged by the Navy Office of Community Outreach (NAVCO), planned for the year in cities throughout the US

Denver children, attending the "Cinco de Mayo Celebrate Culture" festival in Denver, speak with US Navy (USN) Equipment Operator Second Class (EO2) Gregory Moreno, West Coast Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit 1 (EODMU-1), about the frogman in the portable dive tank (not shown). USN EO2 Moreno and other crew members travel with a portable dive tank for training evolutions and to display during special events like Navy Week Denver. Navy Week - Denver is one of 20 such events, arranged by the Navy Office of Community Outreach (NAVCO), planned for the year in cities throughout the US

The US Navy (USN) Parachute Team, "The Leap Frogs," perform for more than 500 students and staff at Highlands Ranch High School (HS) as a part of Denver Navy Week. Navy Week - Denver is one of 20 such events, arranged by the Navy Office of Community Outreach (NAVCO), planned for the year in cities throughout the US

U.S. Navy Vice Adm. John C. Harvey Jr., CHIEF of Naval Personnel, throws out the ceremonial first pitch during a Major League Baseball game between the Cleveland Indians and Toronto Blue Jays at Jacobs Field, Cleveland, Ohio, on Aug. 28, 2006. Vice Adm. Harvey was participating in events kicking off Cleveland Navy Week 2006, which runs from Aug. 28 to Sept. 4. Twenty-six such weeks are planned this year in cities throughout the U.S., arranged by the Navy Office of Community Outreach (NAVCO) to enhance Navy awareness in communities with limited Navy exposure. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication SPECIALIST 1ST Class Jason J. Perry) (Released)

US Navy (USN) Machinist's Mate Second Class (MM2) Mirna Cabral, Navy Recruiting District (NRD) Denver, hands out USN promotional items, while participating in the "Cinco de Mayo Celebrate Culture" Parade, during Navy Week Denver. Navy Week - Denver is one of 20 such events, arranged by the Navy Office of Community Outreach (NAVCO), planned for the year in cities throughout the US

CARY, N.C. (Oct. 19, 2006) Sailors assigned to the Virginia-class nuclear-powered fast-attack submarine NORTH CAROLINA (SSN 777) participate in a Habitat for Humanity project as a part of Navy Week. Throughout the week, Sailors also passed out NORTH CAROLINA ball caps to children at Duke Children's Hospital, served lunch at an area soup kitchen, and read stories to children at a local library. Navy Week is sponsored by the Navy Office of Community Outreach and is coordinated with local recruiting districts. The events are held in cities across the country in an effort to increase Navy awareness in cities without a large Navy presence. U.S. Navy photo (Released)

Navy Recruiting District Denver Delayed Entry Program members, march in the "Cinco de Mayo Celebrate Culture" Parade, during the Navy Week Denver festivities. Navy Week - Denver is one of 20 such events, arranged by the Navy Office of Community Outreach (NAVCO), planned for the year in cities throughout the US

A member of the US Navy (USN) Parachute Demonstration Team the "Leap Frogs," descends from the sky into Civic Park, displaying the National ENSIGN, during Navy Week Denver and Cinco de Mayo festivities. Navy Week - Denver is one of 20 such events, arranged by the Navy Office of Community Outreach (NAVCO), planned for the year in cities throughout the US

Grand Marshall, Rear Admiral (RDML) (lower half) Albert Garcia III, Deputy Commander, First Naval Construction Division, and his wife, lead the parade during Denver Navy Week and Cinco de Mayo festival. Navy Week - Denver is one of 20 such events, arranged by the Navy Office of Community Outreach (NAVCO), planned for the year in cities throughout the US

Members of the US Navy (USN) Parachute Demonstration Team"Leapfrogs"performs at the Prosser Career Academy in Chicago, as a part of Navy Week Chicago, Illinois (IL). Navy Week Chicago is one of 20 Navy Week events planned this year by the Navy Office of Community Outreach, for various Cities through out the Country

A member of the US Navy (USN) Parachute Demonstration Team"Leapfrogs"performs as a part of Navy Week Chicago, Illinois (IL). Navy Week Chicago is one of 20 Navy Week events planned this year by the Navy Office of Community Outreach, for various Cities through out the Country

A US Navy (USN) Parachute Demonstration Team, "Leap Frogs," crew member descends into Civic Park near City Hall, during Denver Navy Week and Cinco de Mayo festivities. Navy Week - Denver is one of 20 such events, arranged by the Navy Office of Community Outreach (NAVCO), planned for the year in cities throughout the US

US Navy (USN) Lieutenant (LT) Geoffrey Reeves hands out pamphlets to students at the Prosser Career Academy in Chicago, Illinois (IL), as the USN Band of the Great Lakes, Rock Ensemble Band"Horizon,"entertains in the background as a part of Navy Week Chicago, Illinois (IL). Navy Week Chicago is one of 20 Navy Week events planned this year by the Navy Office of Community Outreach, for various Cities through out the Country

Delayed Entry Program members (in Navy jackets) and US Navy (USN) Sailors assigned to Navy Recruiting District (NRD) Denver participate in the "Cinco de Mayo Celebrate Culture" Parade onboard a Southwest Adams County Fire Department Pierce Sky Arm 100 Aerial fire truck, during Navy Week Denver. Navy Week - Denver is one of 20 such events, arranged by the Navy Office of Community Outreach (NAVCO), planned for the year in cities throughout the US

A returnee from a Vietnamese prisoner of war camp catches up on events upon his arrival at Travis Air Force Base

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