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Glove, Robert - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Drawing for a "Base Ball Glove"

Artists - American Artworks (Wartime Cartoons) - War Cartoons. "Putting all their Punch into one Glove" by R.O. Evans in the Baltimore American

Photograph of a Radio in the Glove Compartment of the Three-Quarter-Ton Truck at the Marcel Ranger Station

U.S. Air Force Academy. A prairie falcon, the official mascot of the U.S. Air Force Academy, perches on a trainer's glove. Each year 12 cadets raise and train four falcons for demonstrations at Academy football games

A Soldier wearing chemical-biological warfare gear adjusts his rubber glove during DESERT DRAGON, a nuclear, biological and chemical warfare training exercise at the National Training Center. He is armed with an M16A1 rifle

LCPL Peter T. Collings dips an inflated rubber glove into a container of water to check for leaks while working in the nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) testing unit

S47-226-017 - STS-047 - FEE: MS Jemison conducts experiment in GPWS glove box

S47-226-022 - STS-047 - FEE: MS Jemison conducts experiment in GPWS glove box

S47-226-021 - STS-047 - FEE: MS Jemison conducts experiment in GPWS glove box

S47-226-020 - STS-047 - FEE: MS Jemison conducts experiment in GPWS glove box

A virtual reality system in use. The 3-D helmet controls a large image screen with voice and glove interfacing to the computer system. The system, currently in use at Rome Laboratory could be used in conjunction with other application programs to highlight special interest targets as in the case of mobile or intel targets. The glove and voice inputs provide natural and simpler user interface to the computer in a graphical mode. The helmet allows the user to preview specific information or highlight a subset or the screen image prior to inclusion for the audience. The helmet was joint development effort with Rome Laboratory, Armstrong Laboratory, and Wright Laboratory. The software is ...

Decontamination chamber for glove boxes (interior), building 5 annex. Photograph taken April 21, 1952. Health Pro-272

Decontamination chambers for glove boxes, building 5 annex. Photograph taken April 21, 1952. Health Pro-273

Decontamination chamber for glove boxes (exterior), building 5 annex. Photograph taken April 21, 1952. Health Pro-271

STS079-334-034 - STS-079 - Mir 22 commander signs EVA glove for STS-79 mission commander

S101E5103 - STS-101 - EMU glove in the airlock

Lance Corporals Sluaght and Krous of Marine Wing Support Squadron 373, wash off a F/A 18C in a decontamination exercise during COMBINED ARMS EXERCISE (CAX) 2-01. Marines are in Mission-Oriented Protective Posture response level 4 (MOPP-4) gear, wearing the battledress overgarment (BDO), chemical protective footwear cover (CPFC), glove set, and the M40 Chemical-Biological Field Mask with protective hood. CAX is a two week course designed for practical experience in tactics, desert operations, and combined arms exercises

Lance Corporal (LCpl) Arias of Marine Wing Support Squadron 373, washes a F/A 18C Hornet during a decontamination exercise during COMBINED ARMS EXERCISE (CAX) 2-01. LCpl Arias is in Mission-Oriented Protective Posture response level 4 (MOPP-4) gear, wearing the battledress overgarment (BDO), chemical protective footwear cover (CPFC), glove set, and the M40 Chemical-Biological Field Mask with protective hood. CAX is a two week course designed for practical experience in tactics, desert operations, and combined arms exercises

Lance Corporal (LCPL) Arias, of Marine Wing Support Squadron 373, washes the wing of a F/A 18C Hornet in a decontamination exercise during COMBINED ARMS EXERCISE (CAX) 2-01. LCPL Arias is in Mission-Oriented Protective Posture response level 4 (MOPP-4) gear, wearing the battledress overgarment (BDO), chemical protective footwear cover (CPFC), glove set, and the M40 Chemical-Biological Field Mask with protective hood. CAX is a two week course designed for practical experience in tactics, desert operations, and combined arms exercises

Lance Corporal (LCPL) Arias, of Maine Wing Support Squadron 373 washes the nose of a F/A 18C Hornet during a decontamination exercise during COMBINED ARMS EXERCISE (CAX) 2-01. LCPL Arias is in Mission-Oriented Protective Posture Response level 4 (MOPP-4) gear, wearing the battledress overgarment (BDO), chemical protective footwear cover (CPFC), glove set, and the M40 Chemical-Biological Field Mask with protective hood. CAX is a two week course designed for practical experience in tactics, desert operations, and combined arms exercises

S112E05481 - STS-112 - Torn loop on EMU glove

S112E05483 - STS-112 - Torn loop on EMU glove

S112E05480 - STS-112 - Torn loop on EMU glove

S112E05484 - STS-112 - Torn loop on EMU glove

S112E05482 - STS-112 - Torn loop on EMU glove

An Afghani girl plays with her baseball and glove at Camp Harriman, located in the Orgun Province of Afghanistan, during Operation ENDURIG FREEDOM. Mr. Jay Smith, 96th Civil Affairs Battalion, donated the baseball equipment and this girl is reportedly the first Afghani girl, from her area, to ever own a ball and glove

US Air Force (USAF) AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Tyvis Pollock assigned to the 8th Communications Squadron's Network Control Center, puts on his glove inserts to his Mission-Oriented Protective Posture response level 4 (MOPP-4) gear, during Exercise BEVERLY HIGH 04-04 at Kunsan Air Base (AB), Korea

AS14-66-9229 - Apollo 14 - Apollo 14 Mission image - Astronaut Alan B. Shepard, Jr., commander, holds his right glove over his helmet visor as if to shade his eyes from the brilliant Sun.

AS14-66-9230 - Apollo 14 - Apollo 14 Mission image - Astronaut Alan B. Shepard, Jr., commander, holds his right glove over his helmet visor as if to shade his eyes from the brilliant Sun.

A soldier from the 1ST Battalion,17th Infantry Regiment looks through the glove box in a car at a Traffic Control Point on 18 February 2006 in Mosul,Iraq in Support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.CREDIT U.S. ARMY PHOTO: SPC Clydell Kinchen(Released)

S118E07301 - STS-118 - View of tear in MS Mastracchios Glove taken during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations

S118E07357 - STS-118 - View of tear in MS Mastracchios Glove taken during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations

S118E07349 - STS-118 - View of tear in MS Mastracchios Glove taken during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations

S118E07354 - STS-118 - View of tear in MS Mastracchios Glove taken during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations

S118E07303 - STS-118 - View of tear in MS Mastracchios Glove taken during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations

S118E07305 - STS-118 - View of tear in MS Mastracchios Glove taken during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations

S118E07353 - STS-118 - View of tear in MS Mastracchios Glove taken during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations

S118E07304 - STS-118 - View of tear in MS Mastracchios Glove taken during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations

S118E07356 - STS-118 - View of tear in MS Mastracchios Glove taken during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations

S118E07346 - STS-118 - View of tear in MS Mastracchios Glove taken during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations

S118E07352 - STS-118 - View of tear in MS Mastracchios Glove taken during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations

S118E07350 - STS-118 - View of tear in MS Mastracchios Glove taken during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations

S118E07358 - STS-118 - View of tear in MS Mastracchios Glove taken during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations

S118E07360 - STS-118 - View of tear in MS Mastracchios Glove taken during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations

S118E07351 - STS-118 - View of tear in MS Mastracchios Glove taken during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations

S118E07359 - STS-118 - View of tear in MS Mastracchios Glove taken during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations

S118E07302 - STS-118 - View of tear in MS Mastracchios Glove taken during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations

S118E07355 - STS-118 - View of tear in MS Mastracchios Glove taken during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations

S118E07347 - STS-118 - View of tear in MS Mastracchios Glove taken during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations

S118E07348 - STS-118 - View of tear in MS Mastracchios Glove taken during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations

S118E07306 - STS-118 - View of tear in MS Mastracchios Glove taken during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations

A U.S. Navy Sailor aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN 69), uses an anti-static glove on a F/A-18C Super Hornet to prevent the build-up of static electricity on aircraft parts in the Arabian Sea on Jan. 18, 2007. The EISENHOWER and embarked Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 7 are on a regularly scheduled deployment in support of maritime security operations. (U.S. Navy PHOTO by Mass Communication SPECIALIST SEAMAN Clarence McCloud) (Released)

S122E008713 - STS-122 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 3

S126E009434 - STS-126 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 4

S126E008957 - STS-126 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 3

S126E007964 - STS-126 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 1

S122E008696 - STS-122 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 3

S122E008059 - STS-122 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 2

S126E009438 - STS-126 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 4

S122E007732 - STS-122 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 1

S122E008074 - STS-122 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 2

S126E008367 - STS-126 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 2

S126E008025 - STS-126 - EMU Glove Inspection in A/L

S122E007730 - STS-122 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 1

S122E008075 - STS-122 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 2

S122E008060 - STS-122 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 2

S122E008715 - STS-122 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 3

S122E008062 - STS-122 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 2

S126E009440 - STS-126 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 4

S126E008369 - STS-126 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 2

S122E008701 - STS-122 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 3

S122E008072 - STS-122 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 2

S126E008955 - STS-126 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 3

S126E008359 - STS-126 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 2

S122E008716 - STS-122 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 3

S122E007726 - STS-122 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 1

S126E008961 - STS-126 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 3

S126E008817 - STS-126 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 2

S122E007709 - STS-122 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 1

S122E007713 - STS-122 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 1

S126E009442 - STS-126 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 4

S122E007733 - STS-122 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 1

S126E008819 - STS-126 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 2

S122E007714 - STS-122 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 1

S122E008695 - STS-122 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 3

S122E008697 - STS-122 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 3

S122E008682 - STS-122 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 3

S126E009441 - STS-126 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 4

S126E009443 - STS-126 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 4

S126E008959 - STS-126 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 3

S122E008689 - STS-122 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 3

S126E008963 - STS-126 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 3

S122E007710 - STS-122 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 1

S122E008721 - STS-122 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 3

S122E007722 - STS-122 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 1

S122E008063 - STS-122 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 2

S126E008962 - STS-126 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 3

S126E009437 - STS-126 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 4

S126E008818 - STS-126 - Inspection of EMU Glove after EVA 2