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Presuppression - Fuel Breaks, General

Presuppression - Fuel Breaks, General

Presuppression - Fuel Breaks, General

Presuppression - Fuel Breaks, General

Presuppression - Fuel Breaks, General

Presuppression - Fuel Breaks, General

Presuppression - Fuel Breaks, General

Presuppression - Fuel Breaks, General

Presuppression - Fuel Breaks, General

Fuel, G T - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi Second Infantry, A, F-G

Foam Fire Extinguisher, Operating on Fuel Oil and Gasoline Fire at Start

Artists - Artists and publicity men in the Government's service. Charles Dana Gibson, chairman of the division of pictorial publicity of the Committee on Public Information, gave a luncheon in Washington to some of the government's leading publicity men and those who are making Uncle Sam's posters. In this group, from left to right (without regard to rows) are: D.W. Lee, Herbert Adams, Prof. Richard Rice, Library of Congress; M.L. Blumenthal, H. Devitt Welsh, Oliver Dennet Grover, George Creel, Frederick Keppell, (at top) W.E. Hall (in stripped suit), Edward N. hurley, (with hands folded). Back of Mr. Hurley with gray hat, is Joseph Pennell, whose sketches have been one of the war's best contributions to art. Back of him is Mr. Gibson and back of him R.D. Heini, editor of the Emergency Fleet News. Next to Mr. Hurley is Charles Piez, President of the Emergency Fleet Corporation; next to him Major Kendall Banning, above Major Banning, Joseph P. Tumulty, and back of him Dr. H.S. Garfield, Fuel Administrator. On the next step above is E.H. Blashfield, and on the top step M. Louis Aubert, of the French High Commission, Carl Milan and Francis Jones. Admiral Samuel McGowan's uniform is discernible near the sculptor. At the extreme right is F.D. Casey, art editor of Collier's. Apr. 2, 1918

Airplanes - Types - Thomas-Morse Type MB-3 single seater Fighter, equipped with 30 H.P. Hispano-Suiza engine. Length overall - 20ft.; spread, 26 ft.; height, 9 ft.11 in.; total weight loaded, 2050lbs. Fuel and oil capacity for 3 hours flight at full speed. Thomas-Morse Aircraft Corporation, Ithaca, N.Y

Chemical Warfare Service - Plants - Edgewood Arsenal and Others - Manufacturing gases at Edgewood Arsenal, Maryland. Carbon monoxide and fuel gas unit

American Red Cross - Supplies - American Red Cross in North Russia. Winter fuel supply for the American headquarters in Archangel. The firewood is being unloaded from Barges by Bolshevik prisoners. The official army photographer, Lt. Chas. I. Reid of Detroit, is seen on top of a wood pile photographing the barges

Photograph of Pennsylvania Food Conservation Train Exhibit on Saving Fuel

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Photograph of Pennsylvania Food Conservation Train Exhibit on Buying Home Products to Save Fuel

Miscellaneous Wood Products - Fuel Wood

Miscellaneous Wood Products - Fuel Wood

Miscellaneous Wood Products - Fuel Wood

Miscellaneous Wood Products - Fuel Wood

Miscellaneous Wood Products - Fuel Wood

Miscellaneous Wood Products - Fuel Wood

Miscellaneous Wood Products - Fuel Wood

Miscellaneous Wood Products - Fuel Wood

Miscellaneous Wood Products - Fuel Wood

Fuel Tank

Miscellaneous Wood Products - Fuel Wood

Miscellaneous Wood Products - Fuel Wood

Miscellaneous Wood Products - Fuel Wood

Miscellaneous Wood Products - Fuel Wood

Miscellaneous Wood Products - Fuel Wood

Miscellaneous Wood Products - Fuel Wood

Miscellaneous Wood Products - Fuel Wood

Miscellaneous Wood Products - Fuel Wood

Miscellaneous Wood Products - Fuel Wood

Miscellaneous Wood Products - Fuel Wood

Photograph of Burning Oil from Shattered Fuel Tanks during Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor

Intransit Storage in Dock Area in Greenland

Pumping Fuel Oil from Wing Tanks in Labrador

Loading Fuel Oil into Wing Tanks of Army PBY [Patrol Bomber-Y] Plane in Labrador

Pumping Fuel for Remote Weather Station

Pumping Fuel Oil into Storage Tanks in Labrador

Loading Fuel for Remote Weather Station

[SAAR Story] - [Pipeline for SAAR Gas to Bring Fuel to Paris]

[SAAR Story] - [Pipeline for SAAR Gas to Bring Fuel to Paris]

[SAAR Story] - [Pipeline for SAAR Gas to Bring Fuel to Paris]

[SAAR Story] - [Pipeline for SAAR Gas to Bring Fuel to Paris]

[SAAR Story] - [Pipeline for SAAR Gas to Bring Fuel to Paris]

[SAAR Story] - [Pipeline for SAAR Gas to Bring Fuel to Paris]

A view of 10,000-gallon fuel bladders at the Cua Viet bulk fuel area. The bladders are full when they are at a height of four feet. Sandbags will be installed around the bladders

A bulk fuel area cook prepares steak dinners in Cua Viet. Perimeter bunkers are at the edge of the flooded rice paddy in the background

A mechanized landing craft 8 (LCM 8) (Hull No. 927) beached at the Cua Viet Marine bulk fuel unit

A view of 10,000-gallon fuel bladders at the Cua Viet bulk fuel area. The bladders are full when they are at a height of four feet. Sandbags will be installed around the bladders

A mechanized landing craft 8 (LCM 8) (Hull No. 920) beached at the Cua Viet Marine bulk fuel unit. Inside the wooden craft in the cargo well is a 10,000-gallon fuel bladder that is used to shuttle fuel from Cua Viet to fuel supply facilities at Dong Ha. Utility landing craft 1498 (LCU 1498) is visible in the background

A Marine operates an M274 utility platform truck in the bulk fuel area at Cua Viet. The M274 is commonly referred to as a "mechanical mule."

A group of Marines walk to the shower unit in the bulk fuel area at Cua Viet. The shower consists of a 900-gallon bladder placed on top of walls made from stacked tank chests

A view of 10,000-gallon fuel bladders at the Cua Viet bulk fuel area

A view of 10,000-gallon fuel bladders at the Cua Viet bulk fuel area

A Marine-built shower unit in the bulk fuel area at Cua Viet. The shower consists of two piped-together 55-gallon drums heated by an immersion heater and placed on top of walls made from stacked tank chests. The drums are fed from the 900-gallon bladder on the ground at left

A view of 10,000-gallon fuel bladders at the Cua Viet bulk fuel area. A 350-gallon-per-minue fuel pump is in the foreground

Marines stand by a 350-gallon-per-minute fuel pump while waiting for a fuel boat to arrive on the Cua Viet River. In the background is harbor utility craft 62 (YFU 62) and the hopper dredge "Hyde." A mechanized landing craft 8 (LCM 8) is visible on the right

A Marine works in the Dong Ha fuel supply facility. Behind him are 750-gallon gasoline and diesel fuel tanks mounted on top of tank chests to provide gravity feed for the dispensing nozzles

The bulk fuel dispensing point of the Dong Ha living area. A US Air Force radio and radar installation is in the background

A view of 10,000-gallon fuel bladders in the Dong Ha fuel supply facility. The elevated tank on the right is a 750-gallon fuel mounted on top of tank chests to provide gravity feed for the dispensing nozzles. A 350-gallon-per-minue fuel pump is in the foreground

A Marine monitors the operation of a 350-gallon-per-minute "booster" fuel pump that is used to transfer fuel from the Dong Ha ramp to Doug Ha base, a distance of about one mile. He is accompanied by a Vietnamese child

Vehicles refuel at the Dong Ha fuel supply facility. A 10,000-gallon fuel bladder is in the foreground

Vehicles refuel at the Dong Ha fuel supply facility. In the foreground are 10,000-gallon fuel bladders

A Marine works in the Dong Ha fuel supply facility. Behind him is a 750-gallon fuel tank mounted on top of tank chests to provide gravity feed for the dispensing nozzles

A convoy of trucks and tracked vehicles assembles at the Dong Ha fuel supply facility. Sandbags protect the 10,000-gallon fuel bladders

U.S. Air Force Fuel SPECIALIST assigned to the 119th Fighter Wing"Happy Hooligans", North Dakota Air National Guard, refuel a F-102 Delta Dagger aircraft on the flight line at Hector International Field, North Dakota. (A3604) (U.S. Air Force PHOTO) (Released)

AS12-46-6790 - Apollo 12 - Apollo 12 Mission image - Alan Bean unloads ALSEP RTG fuel element

AS12-46-6789 - Apollo 12 - Apollo 12 Mission image - Alan Bean unloads ALSEP RTG fuel cask from the LM

AS12-48-7034 - Apollo 12 - Apollo 12 Mission image - Modular Equipment Stowage Assemble (MESA) and the Fuel Cask on the Lunar Module (LM)

AS12-46-6792 - Apollo 12 - Apollo 12 Mission image - Alan Bean unloads ALSEP RTG fuel element

AS12-46-6791 - Apollo 12 - Apollo 12 Mission image - Alan Bean unloads ALSEP RTG fuel element

PH2 Tracy Lee Didas Atlantic Ocean....An Attack Squadron 72 (VA-72) A-7E Corsair II aircraft, equipped with a fuel tanker package on the left wing pylon, is launched from the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN-69). OFFICIAL U.S. NAVY PHOTO (RELEASED)

JP-1 FUEL STRUTS AND FUEL SWIRLERS

FUEL STRUTS ON JP-2 COMBUSTOR

VARIOUS EQUIPMENT IN THE ENGINE RESEARCH BUILDING ERB - HIGH ENERGY FUEL LABORATORY HEFL - AEROSPACE INFORMATION AND DISPLAY AID BUILDING

REDOX FUEL CELL DEMONSTRATION APPARATUS

JP-2 COMBUSTOR FUEL STRUTS

VARIOUS EQUIPMENT IN THE ENGINE RESEARCH BUILDING ERB - HIGH ENERGY FUEL LABORATORY HEFL - AEROSPACE INFORMATION AND DISPLAY AID BUILDING

4 FUEL INJECTORS

J-85 ENGINE IN SYNTHETIC FUEL TEST

FUEL STRUTS ON JP-2 COMBUSTOR

MULTI LAYER BLANKET INSTALLATION IN FUEL PIT AT THE ROCKET ENGINE TEST FACILITY RETF

VARIOUS EQUIPMENT IN THE ENGINE RESEARCH BUILDING ERB - HIGH ENERGY FUEL LABORATORY HEFL - AEROSPACE INFORMATION AND DISPLAY AID BUILDING

VARIOUS EQUIPMENT IN THE ENGINE RESEARCH BUILDING ERB - HIGH ENERGY FUEL LABORATORY HEFL - AEROSPACE INFORMATION AND DISPLAY AID BUILDING

MULTI LAYER BLANKET INSTALLATION IN FUEL PIT AT THE ROCKET ENGINE TEST FACILITY RETF

30 DEGREE SECTOR OF JP-2 SWIRL CAN COMBUSTOR FUEL STRUT CONFIGURATION

GENERAL ELECTRIC GE 12 VANES TESTING APPARATUS - COIL WINDING DEVICE - FUEL CEL GRID

GENERAL ELECTRIC GE 12 VANES TESTING APPARATUS - COIL WINDING DEVICE - FUEL CEL GRID

JP-1 COMBUSTOR FUEL STRUTS

CALORIMETER HARDWARE IN SOUTH 40 ROCKET ENGINE TEST FACILITY RETF FUEL PIT

GENERAL ELECTRIC GE 12 VANES TESTING APPARATUS - COIL WINDING DEVICE - FUEL CEL GRID

VARIOUS EQUIPMENT IN THE ENGINE RESEARCH BUILDING ERB - HIGH ENERGY FUEL LABORATORY HEFL - AEROSPACE INFORMATION AND DISPLAY AID BUILDING

VARIOUS EQUIPMENT IN THE ENGINE RESEARCH BUILDING ERB - HIGH ENERGY FUEL LABORATORY HEFL - AEROSPACE INFORMATION AND DISPLAY AID BUILDING

JP-2 COMBUSTOR FUEL STRUT CONFIGURATION

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