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Decorations - Presentations - By Foreign Governments - Parade for returning heroes. Armeo Ambulance Unit served two years in France receiving four citations for bravery as a unit. Shows individuals decorated with Fourragers and Croix de Guerre

American Red Cross - Groups - Staff of the U.S. Naval Hosptial at New London, Conn. The group includes Unit No. 9 of 40 individuals

American Red Cross - Groups - Staff of the U.S. Naval Hosptial at New London, Conn. The group includes Unit No. 9 of 40 individuals

The Slacker Doesn't Volunteer

Institut International De Physique Solvay taken October 1927, with key to individuals. See also International De Physique Solvay October 1933. 1958-8 (P-44); XBD9606-02531.tif; XBB8202-01729 (complete list of participants and their affiliations see: XBD200911-00979.tif Morgue 1962-15 (P-1) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

First "snout" to bring beam out of magnetic field. Associated individuals Edwin McMillan, Luis Alverez and Arthur H. Snell, not pictured. Cooksey 21- 4, November 16, 1937. [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

First "snout" to bring beam out of magnetic field. Associated individuals Edwin McMillan, Luis Alverez and Arthur H. Snell, not pictured. Cooksey 21-9, November 16, 1937. [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Unidentified individuals at 60-inch cyclotron magnet yoke. Cooksey 8-2, March 1, 1938. [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

60-inch cyclotron with William Brobeck (second from right) and unidentified individuals. Damaged negative . Cooksey 4-27, April 1, 1938. [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Sagene, Bill Brobeck, and unnamed individuals looking at plans. Cooksey caption: First coil wound Jan 31st for Japan, Feb 2nd shorts found, Feb second completed rewinding Ist coil. Our Ist coil started April 13th - finished- delivered may 19th. Cooksey 22 - 22, April 13, 1938. [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Ernest Orlando Lawrence (right) and two unidentified individuals at 60-inch cyclotron tanks. Cooksey 31-11, April 1, 1939. [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Lab personnel at Crocker Lab for Nobel Prize occasion. Salisbury (second from left), Brobeck, Kruger, Backus, Aebersold, Luis Alvarez (rear), Corson, Kamen, Wilson, Edwin McMillan, and two unknown individuals. Photo taken November 10, 1939. Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Individuals, including Lawrence Kruse (left) and Arthur Brown, Jr. (second from left), at 184-inch cyclotron construction site, taken March 20, 1941. Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Don Littlefield, Jack Wilson, unknown individual, Robert Cornog, 2 unknown individuals, Stephen F. Hurlburt, William C. Twitchell, and Dick Connell at 184-inch cyclotron construction site, taken May 8, 1941. Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Ernest Orlando Lawrence (front row center) and group on the future site of the 184-inch cyclotron. Group includes many significant individuals from the early Rad Lab days, dated 1942. Morgue 1944-87 (P-1) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Group photo of all personnel who worked on the construction of the Bevatron with key to individuals. Significant ndividuals include: Bill Bigelow, Donald Cooksey,. Robert Richter, Edward Lofgren, Bill Salsig, Ken Mirk, Ernest Orlando Lawrence, Walt Hartsough, and others. Photo taken April, 1954. Morgue 1954-9 (P-4) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Luis Alverez (center) with unidentified individuals at Board of Regents meeting tour, taken March 12, 1959. Morgue 1959-17 (P-14) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Luis Alverez (left) with unidentified individuals at Board of Regents meeting, taken March 12, 1959. Morgue 1959-17 (P-8) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Luis Alverez (second from right) with unidentified individuals at Board of Regents meeting tour, taken March 12, 1959. Morgue 1959-17 (P-12) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Some of the Lawrence Radiation Laboratory crew involved in the Bevatron modification program assemble on the accelerator's concrete roof for this group portrait. Shown are the key people from scientific, engineering, and support groups. See XBD201005-00519.tif for key to individuals. Morgue 1963-3 (P-3) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Five unnamed individuals (workmen) standing on Bevatron shielding blocks. Morgue 1963-3 (P-12) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Crew involved in the Bevatron modification program. Key to individuals in digital image XBD9705-02169. Morgue 1963-3 (P-3) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Dr. Gersh Budker, Dr. Edwin McMillan, and unnamed individuals at XIIIth High Energy Physics Conference, September 1,1966. Morgue 1966-117 (P-6) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Photograph with Dr. Henry Viscardi and Jack Smith of the White House Conference on Handicapped Individuals

The President's Address to the White House Conference on Handicapped Individuals

The President's Address to the White House Conference on Handicapped Individuals

2-5 The President's Address to the White House Conference on Handicapped Individuals; 6-18 Midge Constanza with group of Italian Americans

Officers attend the 1984 Army Commanders Conference. See master caption for names of individuals. Note: MASTER caption filed with negative

Members of the recruiting pool move toward their objective during a cold-weather exercise. The recruiting pool is made up of individuals in the delayed enlisted program who have not yet reported to basic training

Distinguished guests honor the flag as the national anthem is played during the commissioning of the dock landing ship USS GERMANTOWN (LSD-42). See master caption for names of individuals present

From the Joint Task Force Headquarters in Kismayo, Somalia; a straight on shot of BGEN Lawson Magruder, USA, Joint Task Force Commander in Kismayo. BGEN Magruder, from the 10th Mountain Division, Fort Drum, New York, sits behind a desk and talks to five individuals sitting in front of him with their backs to the camera. One of the gentlemen, wearing the hat, is COL Jess, a Somali Faction leader in Kismayo. This mission is in direct support of Operation Restore Hope

President George Bush shakes hands and speaks to individuals as he walks through a crowd of U.S. troops at the airport

A one fifth scale F-16 sits atop a welcoming pedestal approximately one third mile from the south gate. The pedestal can be tailored to welcome specific groups or individuals to the base

Cloud chamber. Associated individuals: Leroy Kerth and Emilio Segre. Photograph taken November 28, 1951. Bevatron-974

Cloud chamber with Howie Smith. Associated individuals: Leroy Kerth and Emilio Segre. Photograph taken November 28, 1951. Bevatron-976

Overhead view of 1/4 scale bevatron operating model. Associated individuals: Duane Sewell and Ed Lofgren. July 21, 1949. Bevatron Model-273. Model briefly referred to as the Cyclodrome

Bevatron model magnet. February 26, 1948. Associated individuals: Jim Hulse and Duane Sewell. Bevatron Model-14. Model briefly to as the Cyclodrome

Ernest Orlando Lawrence (front row center) with Edwin McMillan to his right at synchrotron drive dinner at the Claremont Hotel. Group includes many significant individuals from the early Rad Lab days, some signatures included. Morgue 1944-92 (P-1) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Overhead view of 1/4 scale bevatron operating model. Associated individuals: Duane Sewell and Ed Lofgren. July 21, 1949. Bevatron Model-272. Model briefly referred to as the Cyclodrome

Moving curved tank to top of quadrant #4 for storage. Associated individuals: Jack Kelso and Bob Pratt. Photograph taken October 21, 1952. Bevatron-492

Ernest Orlando Lawrence (right) and two unidentified individuals in car. Morgue 1958-8 (P-97) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Individuals associated with 72-inch bubble chamber coil winding. Left to right: Jim Allen, PEMCO; Paul Hernandez, UCRL; Don Klein, PEMCO; Bill Eaton, UCRL; Jack Hart, UCRL. Photograph taken April 22, 1957. Bubble Chamber-240

Ignitrons. Individuals shown: Bob Richter, Glen White, Bruce Cork, Hal Vogel, Harry Heard, Howard Smith, Dick Mack (order not indicated.) Photograph taken May 28, 1954. Bevatron-760

1/4 scale bevatron operating model. Magnet core internal pole tip test-pole tip assembly. Associated individuals: Duane Sewell and William Brobeck.November 9, 1949. Bevatron Model-335. Model briefly referred to as the Cyclodrome

1/4 scale bevatron operating model, progress shot with unidentified individuals. March 8, 1949. Bevatron Model-163. Model briefly referred to as the Cyclodrome

A Greek Army soldier observes SRA Kenneth J. Gabehart (USAF)and A1C Rick Haskins (USAF), Det. 1 Air Education Training Command/Training Support Squadron (AETC/TSS), tasting food from a Greek Army field lunch. These three individuals are standing in front of a two, parked Greek Army vehicles are part of a convoy carrying OSCE (Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe) provided polling kits for the upcoming elections to be held in Doboj, Bosnia-Herzegovina, during Operation Joint Endeavor. Operation Joint Endeavor is a peacekeeping effort by a multinational Implementation Force (IFOR), comprised of NATO and non-NATO military forces, deployed to Bosnia in support of the Dayton ...

GEN. Charles A. Horner (retired) talks during an informal interview. He is the former commander of Air Force Space Command and a veteran of Desert Storm. GEN. Horner said that, with the improved technology, and with the emphasis on well-trained competent individuals, instead of the reliance on numbers, the USAF would be in good shape going into the next century. Exact Date Shot Unknown Published in AIRMAN Magazine September 1996

LTC Robin Swan (USA), TF1-26 Batallion Commander and wearing the helmet, Charlie Hayes, International Police Task Force (IPTF), and CHIEF Vosic, CHIEF of Police for Zvornik, Bosnia-Herzegovina, standing in front of an SFOR marked US Army M2A2 Bradley Infantry fighting Vehicle (IFV), are interviewed by a local reporter after touring Mahala, Bosnia-Herzegovina. These individuals toured Mahala in preparation of resettling Bosnia Muslims in to this village, during Operation Pollux, which is part of Operation Joint Guard, which is part of Operation Joint Endeavor. Operation Joint Endeavor is a peacekeeping effort by a multinational Implementation Force (IFOR), comprised of NATO and non-NATO...

Dr. James Billington and Two Unidentified Individuals at the 200th Birthday Celebration of the Library of Congress

Roger Winter, Executive Director of Immigration and Refugee Services of America, and SGM Steven Woods, of the U.S. Army Reserve Command, field questions from the local and national media concerning the status and morale of the 453 Kosovar refugees (not shown) who were flown into Fort Dix, New Jersey, on May 5, 1999. Both individuals are at Fort Dix to aid Joint Task Force Open Arms which is responsible for ensuring the refugees are properly processed and taken care of until sponsor families can be found for them. Open Arms is part of Operation Sustain Hope, the U.S. effort to bring in food, water, medicine, relief supplies, and to establish camps for the refugees fleeing from the Former...

Roger Winter, Executive Director of Immigration and Refugee Services of America, and SGM Steven Woods, of the U.S. Army Reserve Command, field questions from the local and national media (not shown) concerning the status and morale of the 453 Kosovar after refugees (not shown) who were flown into Fort Dix, New Jersey, on May 5, 1999. Both individuals are at Fort Dix to aid Joint Task Force Open Arms which is responsible for ensuring the refugees are properly processed and taken care of until sponsor families (not shown) can be found for them. Open Arms is part of Operation Sustain Hope, the U.S. effort to bring in food, water, medicine, relief supplies, and to establish camps (not shown)...

Lavinia Limon, Director of Health and Human Services Office of Refugee Resettlement, left, and Jan Belz, State Department Domestic Refugee Resettlement Program field questions from the local and national media concerning the status and morale of the 453 Kosovar refugees (not shown) who were flown into Fort Dix, New Jersey, on May 5, 1999. Both individuals are at Fort Dix to aid Joint Task Force Open Arms which is responsible for ensuring the refugees are properly processed and taken care of until sponsor families can be found for them. Open Arms is part of Operation Sustain Hope, the U.S. effort to bring in food, water, medicine, relief supplies, and to establish camps for the refugees...

Straight on medium of three unidentified individuals as they remove the cover to the Warrior Statue that's part of the United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) Memorial. The dedication ceremony sponsored by the Special Operations Memorial Foundation, took place on May 24th, 1999, at MacDill Air Force Base, Florida

Kyle Owings, 10, (front), along with his brother Connor, 6, watch the sky along with Gwynn Burch, 80, during the USAF Thunderbirds performance (not shown) at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina. The Thunderbirds performed for a crowd that included special needs individuals and a large number of retirees

Spectators sit on bleachers in front of a display of F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft assigned to Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, during the USAF Thunderbirds performance (not shown) at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina. The Thunderbirds performed for a crowd that included special needs individuals and a large number of retirees

An Air Force Security Police Center team member negotiates one of the many obstacles during the CHIEF's Challenge portion of DEFENDER CHALLENGE 2000. This event pits individuals against the obstacle course at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. The Defender Challenge competition showcases the talents and capabilities of 13 international Security Forces teams in seven physical fitness, base defense, and policing skills over six days

A Royal Air Force Regiment team member negotiates one of the many obstacles during the CHIEF's Challenge portion of DEFENDER CHALLENGE 2000. This event pits individuals against the obstacle course at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. The Defender Challenge competition showcases the talents and capabilities of 13 international Security Forces teams in seven physical fitness, base defense, and policing skills over six days

A Royal Air Force Regiment team member negotiates one of the many obstacles during the CHIEF's Challenge portion of DEFENDER CHALLENGE 2000. This event pits individuals against the obstacle course at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. The Defender Challenge competition showcases the talents and capabilities of 13 international Security Forces teams in seven physical fitness, base defense, and policing skills over six days

A Royal Air Force Regiment team member negotiates one of the many obstacles during the CHIEF's Challenge portion of DEFENDER CHALLENGE 2000. This event pits individuals against the obstacle course at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. The Defender Challenge competition showcases the talents and capabilities of 13 international Security Forces teams in seven physical fitness, base defense, and policing skills over six days

A Royal Air Force Regiment team member negotiates one of the many obstacles during the CHIEF's Challenge portion of DEFENDER CHALLENGE 2000. This event pits individuals against the obstacle course at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. The Defender Challenge competition showcases the talents and capabilities of 13 international Security Forces teams in seven physical fitness, base defense, and policing skills over six days

An 11th Wing, Bolling Air Force Base, Washington DC, team member negotiates one of the many obstacles during the CHIEF's Challenge portion of DEFENDER CHALLENGE 2000. This event pits individuals against the obstacle course at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. The Defender Challenge competition showcases the talents and capabilities of 13 international Security Forces teams in seven physical fitness, base defense, and policing skills over six days

US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Ian Connors, videographer, Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, documents individuals negotiating one of the many obstacles during the CHIEF's Challenge portion of DEFENDER CHALLENGE 2000. This event pits individuals against the obstacle course at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. The Defender Challenge competition showcases the talents and capabilities of 13 international Security Forces teams in seven physical fitness, base defense, and policing skills over six days

An Air Force Material Command team member takes careful steps during the CHIEF's Challenge portion of DEFENDER CHALLENGE 2000. This event pits individuals against the obstacle course at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. The Defender Challenge competition showcases the talents and capabilities of 13 international Security Forces teams in seven physical fitness, base defense, and policing skills over six days

All-Marine Guard Billy Shanks, goes for the steal as All-Air Force Guard Tyrone Wilson dribbles behind his back to protect the ball during Air Forces' 67-59 over the Marines at the 2000 Armed Forces Basketball Championships. Competition between Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines at the championship promotes understanding, goodwill, cooperation, and provides a means of selecting teams and individuals to represent the Armed Forces in national and international championships. Participants are selected as a result of highly competetive trial camps or resume by each of the respective services. At the conclusion of the championship, an Armed Forces team will be selected to compete at the US ...

US Air Force Technical Sergeant, Vernon Turnbull, All-Air Force Forward, Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, posts up All-Army Forward Cordell Caviness during Armys' 68-58 win at the 2000 Armed Forces Basketball Championships. Competition between Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines at the championship promotes understanding, goodwill, cooperation, and provides a means of selecting teams and individuals to represent the Armed Forces in national and international championships. Participants are selected as a result of highly competetive trial camps or resume by each of the respective services. At the conclusion of the championship, an Armed Forces team will be selected to compete at the US ...

US Marine Corps Lance Corporal, Jelani Nix, All-Marine Center, Cherry Point Marine Corps Base, North Carolina, drives against PN2, Jeffery Johnson, All-Navy Center, Atlanta, Georgia, for 2 of his 12 points in Marines 89-72 victory at the 2000 Armed Forces Basketball Championship. Competition between Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines at the championship promotes understanding, goodwill, cooperation, and provides a means of selecting teams and individuals to represent the Armed Forces in national and international championships. Participants are selected as a result of highly competetive trial camps or resume by each of the respective services. At the conclusion of the championship, an ...

US Army Sergeant Aaron Stuart, All-Army Forward, dunks during warm-ups before his game against the All-Marine Corps team. SGT Stuart scored 16 points, but Army lost the game 83-76 at the 2000 Armed Forces Basketball Championships. Competition between Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines at the championship promotes understanding, goodwill, cooperation, and provides a means of selecting teams and individuals to represent the Armed Forces in national and international championships. Participants are selected as a result of highly competetive trial camps or resume by each of the respective services. At the conclusion of the championship, an Armed Forces team will be selected to compete at the...

US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN, Gregory Streeter, All-Air Force Forward, Pope Air Force Base, North Carolina, receives treatment from All-Air Force Trainer Tony Milunas, Charleston Air Force Base, South Carolina, after rolling his ankle during the 2000 Armed Forces Basketball Championships. Competition between Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines at the championship promotes understanding, goodwill, cooperation, and provides a means of selecting teams and individuals to represent the Armed Forces in national and international championships. Participants are selected as a result of highly competetive trial camps or resume by each of the respective services. At the conclusion of the championship,...

US Air Force AIRMAN First Class, Eddie Dawkins III, All-Air Force Guard, Moody Air Force Base, Georgia, celebrates with the All-Air Force Basketball team during medal presentation after Air Forces' 71-59 over the Marines. Air Force took first place at the 2000 Armed Forces Basketball Championships. Competition between Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines at the championship promotes understanding, goodwill, cooperation, and provides a means of selecting teams and individuals to represent the Armed Forces in national and international championships. Participants are selected as a result of highly competetive trial camps or resume by each of the respective services. At the conclusion of the ...

All-Air Force Guard Eddie Dawkins III, goes for two while All-Navy Guard Mike Hargrove defends at the 2000 Armed Forces Basketball Championship. Competition between Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines at the championship promotes understanding, goodwill, cooperation, and provides a means of selecting teams and individuals to represent the Armed Forces in national and international championships. Participants are selected as a result of highly competetive trial camps or resume by each of the respective services. At the conclusion of the championship, an Armed Forces team will be selected to compete at the US Nationals or the Conseil International de Sport Militaire (CISM) championship

US Marine Corps Lance Corporal Robert Moore, All-Marine Guard, grabs a rebound during the 2000 Armed Forces Basketball Championships. Competition between Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines at the championship promotes understanding, goodwill, cooperation, and provides a means of selecting teams and individuals to represent the Armed Forces in national and international championships. Participants are selected as a result of highly competetive trial camps or resume by each of the respective services. At the conclusion of the championship, an Armed Forces team will be selected to compete at the US Nationals or the Conseil International de Sport Militaire (CISM) championship

All-Army Forward Aaron Stuart, drives past All-Navy Center Robert Alleyne for two points during Armys' 76-64 win at the 2000 Armed Forces Basketball Championships. Competition between Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines at the championship promotes understanding, goodwill, cooperation, and provides a means of selecting teams and individuals to represent the Armed Forces in national and international championships. Participants are selected as a result of highly competetive trial camps or resume by each of the respective services. At the conclusion of the championship, an Armed Forces team will be selected to compete at the US Nationals or the Conseil International de Sport Militaire (CISM)...

US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Gregory Streeter, All-Air Force Forward, Pope Air Force Base, North Carolina, drops in a lay up during Air Forces' 71-59 over the Marines. Competition between Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines at the championship promotes understanding, goodwill, cooperation, and provides a means of selecting teams and individuals to represent the Armed Forces in national and international championships. Participants are selected as a result of highly competetive trial camps or resume by each of the respective services. At the conclusion of the championship, an Armed Forces team will be selected to compete at the US Nationals or the Conseil International de Sport Militaire ...

Shot of signs of the locations many individuals would rather be than at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea's IRRE/CERE (Initial Response Readiness Exercise/ Combat Employment Readiness Exercise)

The 162nd Fighter Wing, Tucson, Arizona, Air National Guard Commander, Colonel Ronald E. Shoopman, USAF, interviewed by Lupita Murillo, news anchor during the taping of KVOA Eyewitness News 4, local news program. The program highlights individuals who impact the community with either their professional or personal contributions

Technical Sergeant (TSGT) John Curcio, USAF, 48TH Supply Squadron, 48th Tactical Fighter Wing (TFW) Royal Air Force (RAF) Lakenheath, UK issues cold weather equipment to individuals preparing to deploy on a search and rescue mission to Northern Scotland, after contact was lost with two USAF F-15C Eagle aircraft from the 493rd Tactical Fighter Squadron

US Army Sergeant Guillermo Gonzales, 1ST Special Forces Group, Fort Lewis, Washington, receives a set of Thai jump wings from a Thailand airborne soldier after participating in a US/Thai joint-combined jump exchange at this year's Exercise COBRA GOLD 2001. A jump exchange is a time honored jump tradition that affords individuals the opportunity to earn the right to wear the wings of foreign military paratroopers who participate in the jump exchange. CG '01 is regularly scheduled, joint-combined exercise designed to ensure regional peace and strengthen the ability of the royal Thai Armed Forces to defend Thailand or respond to regional contingencies. This year's exercise the 20th in the ...

A US airborne soldier adjusts his approach before landing on the drop zone ain Thailand, during an US/Thai joint-combined jump exchange at this year's Exercise COBRA GOLD 2001. A jump exchange is a time honored jump tradition that affords individuals the opportunity to earn the right to wear the wings of foreign military paratroopers who participate in the jump exchange. CG '01 is regularly scheduled, joint-combined exercise designed to ensure regional peace and strengthen the ability of the royal Thai Armed Forces to defend Thailand or respond to regional contingencies. This year's exercise the 20th in the series, will focus on peace enforcement operations

Closeup of US Army Sergeant Bradly Norcutt, Radio Operator, 1ST Special Forces Group, Fort Lewis, Washington, during a joint-combined jump exchange at this year's Exercise COBRA GOLD 2001. A jump exchange is a time honored tradition that affords individuals the opportunity to earn the right to wear the wings of foreign military paratroopers who participate in the jump exchange. CG '01 is regularly scheduled, joint-combined exercise designed to ensure regional peace and strengthen the ability of the royal Thai Armed Forces to defend Thailand or respond to regional contingencies. This year's exercise the 20th in the series, will focus on peace enforcement operations

A US service member field dresses his parachute after participating in an US/Thai joint-combined jump exchange at this year's Exercise COBRA GOLD. A jump exchange is a time honored jump tradition that affords individuals the opportunity to earn the right to wear the wings of foreign military paratroopers who participate in the jump exchange. COBRA GOLD '01 is regularly scheduled, joint-combined exercise designed to ensure regional peace and strengthen the ability of the royal Thai Armed Forces to defend Thailand or respond to regional contingencies. This year's exercise, the 20th in the series, will focus on peace enforcement operations

As a F-15C Eagle is receiving fuel while inflight, STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Nerissa Carpenter, right, Records Maintenance Supervisor for the ACC/Regional Supply Squadron, asks questions of SENIOR AIRMAN Jason Duncan, KC-10 Extender Boom Operator from the 2nd Air Refueling Squadron, Mcguire Air Force Base (AFB), New Jersey. SSGT Carpenter was participating in a Job Retraining Fair at Langley AFB. The retraining fair gave individuals considering retraining an opportunity to see options that were open to them from an operational point of view

SENIOR AIRMAN Jason Duncan, middle, KC-10 Extender Boom Operator from the 2nd Air Refueling Squadron, Mcguire Air Force Base, New Jersey, refuels an F-15C EAGLE from Langley Air Force Base, Virginia, while participats in a Job Retraining Fair at Langley watch. The retraining fair gave individuals considering retraining an opportunity to see options that were open to them from an operational point of view

86th Airlift Wing Catholic Chaplain, Father Thomas Doyle comforts many individuals of the Kaiserslautern Military Community during the memorial service for the thousands of victims who lost their lives when terrorist mounted attacks on the World Trade Centers Twin Towers and at the Pentagon. Hijackers deliberately flew civilian airliners into the buildings, killing themselves, the passengers and thousands on the ground. The service held at the Northside Chapel at Ramstein Air Base, Germany on September 14, 2001

In the Abilene Civic Center, Abilene, Texas, local community members express their support for Dyess AFB, personnel at a memorial service held to remember the individuals that died on the 11th of September in the terrorist attacks

Individuals on both sides of the highway near the main gate at Vandenberg AFB, CA and on both sides the nuclear defense issue gathered for a planned protest, during the International Day of Protest to stop the militarization of space, which attracted more than 40 pro-military and 30 anti-nuclear defense demonstrators

STAFF Sergeant Michael D. Ritchie, USAF, from the Arkansas Air National Guard 188th Security Forces Squadron, checks an unidentified individuals identification card at the front entrance of Ebbing ANG Base, during Operation NOBLE EAGLE. NOBLE EAGLE is a partial mobilization of the reserves for homeland defense and civil support missions in response to the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 at the New York World Trade Center and the Pentagon

Located at Royal Air Force (RAF) Lakenheath, United Kingdom, the "Lest We Forget," Wings of Liberty Memorial Park, is dedicated to the true honor, strength, and desire to fight for freedom. This memorial honors individuals listed as Missing In Action (MIA) and Prisoners Of War (POW)

US Air Force (USAF) STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) David Vigil (left) 28th Maintenance Squadron, Ellsworth Air Force Base (AFB, South Dakota (SD), gives a high-five to a Black Hills area resident while volunteering as a Coaches Assistant, during the Special Olympics Spring Games held in Sturgis, South Dakota. Special Olympics are an international, year-round program of sports training and competition for individuals with mental retardation

US Air Force (USAF) AIRMAN (AMN) Itumeleng Khasane (foreground left), 28th Maintenance Squadron, Ellsworth Air Force Base (AFB, South Dakota (SD), gives throwing tips to a Black Hills area resident while volunteering as a Coaches Assistant, during the Special Olympics Spring Games held in Sturgis, South Dakota. Special Olympics are an international, year-round program of sports training and competition for individuals with mental retardation

Coin design for Joint Task Force 170, to recognize individuals participating in support of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Created by Charles E. Curtis III, CIV, USA

Colette Teachey (left) public information officer, Coastal Community College, presents a gift to US Marine Corps (USMC) Major General (MGEN) David M. Mize (center), Commander Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune and Mrs. Mize (right) during a gathering honoring individuals and business which have donated scholarship funds to the College. Marston Pavilion, Marine Corps Base (MCB), Camp Lejeune, North Carolina

US Army (USA) Captain (CPT) Todd Fleming (left), assigned to the 401st Civil Affairs Battalion (CAB), speaks to local villagers with the assistance of Ahmad Zahir (foreground), an interpreter from Kabul about possible weapons, known minefields and suspicious individuals in the immediate area near Narizah, Afghanistan, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM

A US Army (USA) Soldier from 3rd Battalion, 187th Infantry Regiment (3/187th Infantry), 101st Airborne Division (AD), Fort Campbell, Kentucky (KY), receives an IV (intravenous) from the platoon medic prior to a search and attack (SA) mission in the area of Narizah, Afghanistan (AFG). The soldiers are conducting the SA mission for weapons and individuals connected to organizations that disrupt the progression of Afghanistan in the targeted location. The mission is part of on going mission supporting Operation ENDURING FREEDOM

Former US President George Herbert Walker Bush (center) greets individuals after arriving at the American Air Museum In Britain located outside Cambridge, United Kingdom (UK)

US Marine Corps (USMC) Lance Corporal (LCPL) Jonathan Mansk, 3rd Battalion, 7th Marines (3rd BN 7th MAR), watches over detained civilians while waiting for the Karbala City Police to arrive on the scene. Some forty-three individuals were arrested for stealing fuel from the pipeline outside the city. LCPL Mansk is armed with a 5.56 mm M16A2 assault rifle with a M203 40mm grenade launcher

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright at the podium during award ceremonies, on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under Take Pride in America

USA Freedom Corps Director John Bridgeland at the podium during award ceremonies, on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building,honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride in America program

Award ceremonies on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride in America program

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright at the podium during award ceremonies, on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride inAmerica program

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright at the podium during award ceremonies, on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under Take Pride in America

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