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Colleges and Universities - Hampton Institute - War activities of Hampton Institute, Hampton, Virginia.. Trade school students working on war-time jobs

Colleges and Universities - William L. Dickinson High School - Jersey City, New Jersey - W. L. Dickinson High School, Jersey City, New Jersey. Trade Training Detachment, USA. Forge jobs required of each man

More Women Must Work (Information on cover sheet: America at war needs 18 million women in full-time jobs.)

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35% of U.S. Women Hold Daily Jobs outside the Home, the Working Woman Maybe an Executive but, 18 Times Oftener, is a Subordinate, and Many a Girl's Happiest Day at the Office is the Day She Leaves to Get Married

Private Sector/Jobs initiative dinner

Press announcement/ Private Sector Jobs Initiative

Private Sector/Jobs initiative dinner

Press announcement/ Private Sector Jobs Initiative

Press announcement/ Private Sector Jobs Initiative

Press announcement/ Private Sector Jobs Initiative

Press announcement/ Private Sector Jobs Initiative

A recruiter talks with Personnel Research psychologist Dr. Joe H. Ward and Mathematician Manuel Pina, left to right, in the San Antonio Induction Center. The recruiter is seated at the visual display terminal of a job bank computer system. Ward and Pina, Brooks Air Force Base Human Resources Laboratory, designed a part of the system, which matches jobs and applicant's fields

OHIO ENERGY AND JOBS FORUM

OHIO ENERGY AND JOBS FORUM

OHIO ENERGY AND JOBS FORUM

OHIO ENERGY AND JOBS FORUM

OHIO ENERGY AND JOBS FORUM

OHIO ENERGY AND JOBS FORUM

OHIO ENERGY AND JOBS FORUM

OHIO ENERGY AND JOBS FORUM

OHIO ENERGY AND JOBS FORUM

OHIO ENERGY AND JOBS FORUM

OHIO ENERGY AND JOBS FORUM

OHIO ENERGY AND JOBS FORUM

OHIO ENERGY AND JOBS FORUM

OHIO ENERGY AND JOBS FORUM

OHIO ENERGY AND JOBS FORUM

OHIO ENERGY AND JOBS FORUM

OHIO ENERGY AND JOBS FORUM

OHIO ENERGY AND JOBS FORUM

OHIO ENERGY AND JOBS FORUM

OHIO ENERGY AND JOBS FORUM

OHIO ENERGY AND JOBS FORUM

OHIO ENERGY AND JOBS FORUM

OHIO ENERGY AND JOBS FORUM

OHIO ENERGY AND JOBS FORUM

OHIO ENERGY AND JOBS FORUM

Woman Marine CPL. Snith performs one of her many jobs as an avionics electronic technician

DISPLAY SHOTS OF JOBS IN TSB TECHNICAL SERVICES BUILDING

DISPLAY SHOTS OF JOBS IN TSB TECHNICAL SERVICES BUILDING

DISPLAY SHOTS OF JOBS IN TSB TECHNICAL SERVICES BUILDING

DISPLAY SHOTS OF JOBS IN TSB TECHNICAL SERVICES BUILDING

One of the many jobs that PFC Robert W. Cook has with Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron 18, is the posting of flight times on a glass display panel

DISPLAY SHOTS OF JOBS IN TSB TECHNICAL SERVICES BUILDING

DISPLAY SHOTS OF JOBS IN TSB TECHNICAL SERVICES BUILDING

DISPLAY SHOTS OF JOBS IN TSB TECHNICAL SERVICES BUILDING

DISPLAY SHOTS OF JOBS IN TSB TECHNICAL SERVICES BUILDING

DISPLAY SHOTS OF JOBS IN TSB TECHNICAL SERVICES BUILDING

DISPLAY SHOTS OF JOBS IN TSB TECHNICAL SERVICES BUILDING

DISPLAY SHOTS OF JOBS IN TSB TECHNICAL SERVICES BUILDING

Jamaican civilians wait for a bus that will take them to their jobs at the base dining facility

Base workers of the naval station gather at a rally at Remy Field to hear Philippine President Corazon Aquino speak about jobs for Filipino workers after the Americans withdraw from the U.S. facilities

Philippine President Corazon Aquino addresses base workers at a rally at Remy Field concerning jobs for Filipino workers after the Americans withdraw from the U.S. facilities

Philippine President Corazon Aquino, center, stands at attention during opening ceremonies of a rally at Remy Field. President Aquino will speak to base workers about jobs for Filipino workers after the Americans withdraw from the U.S. facilities

Serving salad during dinner was one of the many jobs of PFC. Amy Walker, 193rd Supply Battalion, Fort Clayton, Panama.(Exact date unknown)

MASTER SGT. Frazier, dressed in camouflage fatigues, camouflage paint and combat helmet is kneeling down beside her weapon and backpack holding a map. Department of Defense has announced a change which could open thousands of combat support jobs to military women. The change was announced by Defense Secretary Les Aspin to give a new standard definition for direct ground combat and the elimination of the Department of Defense's "risk rule" effective October 1994

Data Processing SEAMAN Apprentice (DPSA) Maverick Ramirez tracks jobs on his computer for the up keep of submarines on board the submarine tender USS HOLLAND (AS-32)

Data Processing SEAMAN Apprentice (DPSA) Ramirez runs jobs thorugh his computer for the up keep of submarines served by the submarine tender USS HOLLAND (AS-32)

Cuban migrants and Marines in Camp Kilo gather around to sing songs and play games. The Marines and other service members try to interact with the migrants as much as possible. They try to build trust among the migrants and to let them know that they are just doing their jobs and trying to help them as best they can

Simulated casualties are tightly stacked on the stretcher hangers of a C-141 Starlifter configured for medical evacuation during the Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI), designed to test a unit's ability to operate in a simulated environment and permits Air Force members to practice their jobs under wartime scenarios and conditions. Exact Date Shot Unknown

Two airmen relax in front of the "Gunslinger Cafe" after enjoying their filling meals at the Mobile Kitchen Trailers. They are deployed for the Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI), designed to test a unit's ability to operate in a simulated environment and permits Air Force members to practice their jobs under wartime scenarios and conditions. Exact Date Shot Unknown

Members of the 366th Civil Engineering Squadron (CES), from Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho practice Rapid Runway Repair (RRR) with Folded Fiberglass Matting on the flight line. The 366th CES is participating in an Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI), which tests a unit's ability to operate in a simulated environment and practice their jobs under wartime scenarios and conditions. Exact Date Shot Unknown

Aerial view of Mobile Kitchen Trailers (MKT) area, the PERSCO (Personnel Support for Contingency Operations), and the Air Transportable Hospital (ATH) at Cold Lake, Alberta, Canada, a United States Air Force Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI), which tests a unit's ability to operate in a simulated environment. Air Force members will practice their jobs under wartime scenarios and conditions. Exact Date Shot Unknown

Members of the 366th Civil Engineering Squadron (CES), from Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho secure a Toxic Free Area (TFA) Tent into place over its floor. They are deployed for an Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI), which tests a unit's ability to operate in a simulated environment and permits Air Force members to practice their jobs under wartime scenarios and conditions. Exact Date Shot Unknown

Medical personnel from Travis Air Force Base, California and Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho come together to build their temporary field medical facilities. The personnel are deployed for an Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI), designed to test a unit's ability to operate in a simulated environment and permits Air Force members to practice their jobs under wartime scenarios and conditions. Exact Date Shot Unknown

BGEN Lansford E. Trapp Jr., Commander 366th Wing, Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, chats with other officers on the flight line during an Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI), which tests a unit's ability to operate in a simulated wartime environment. Air Force members will practice their jobs under wartime scenarios and conditions. Exact Date Shot Unknown

Close up view as Mortuary member take the fingerprint of a simulated fatality to assist in identifying the simulated deceased body, during the Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI), designed to test a unit's ability to operate in a simulated environment and permits Air Force members to practice their jobs under wartime scenarios and conditions. Exact Date Shot Unknown

Members of the 366th Civil Engineering Squadron (CES), from Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, move a Toxic Free Area (TFA) Tent into place over its floor. They are deployed for an Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI), which tests a unit's ability to operate in a simulated wartime environment and allowing Air Force members to practice their jobs under wartime scenarios and conditions. Exact Date Shot Unknown

LT David A. Grein, Sortie Support Flight Commander, 390th Fighter Squadron, Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho carries supplies in the sortie support tent on the flight line. He is deployed during the Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI), which tests a unit's ability to operate in a simulated wartime environment. Air Force members will practice their jobs under wartime scenarios and conditions. Exact Date Shot Unknown

Mortuary personnel simulate identifying a body during the Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI), designed to test a unit's ability to operate in a simulated environment and permits Air Force members to practice their jobs under wartime scenarios and conditions. Exact Date Shot Unknown

CPT Todd Carpenter, C-141 Copilot, 19th Airlift Squadron (AS), Travis Air Force Base, California, relays inflight data to the pilot in the cockpit of a C-141 as they ferry personnel and equipment from Travis Air Force Base, to Cold Lake, Alberta, Canada. The 19th AS is supporting the deployed Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI), which tests a unit's ability to operate in a simulated environment and permits Air Force members to practice their jobs under wartime scenarios and conditions. Exact Date Shot Unknown

Members of the 615th AMCS Tactical Airlift Control Element (TALCE), Travis Air Force Base, CA set-up the Mobile Aerial Reporting Communication (MARC) module next to the flight line. They are participating in an Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI), which tests a unit's ability to operate in a simulated environment. Air Force members will practice their jobs under wartime scenarios and conditions. Exact Date Shot Unknown

Pallets of medical equipment is offloaded from an Air Mobility Comand C-5 Galaxy from Travis Air Force Base, California unto a K-loader. The equipment and medical peresonnel were participating in an Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI), designed to test a unit's ability to operate in a simulated environment and permits Air Force members to practice their jobs under wartime scenarios and conditions. Exact Date Shot Unknown

After their F-16 Falcons have gone on their missions at Cold Lake, Canada the maintenance crews from Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho check their equipment as they wait in " Condition Black" for the aircraft to return. The aircraft and personnel are supporting Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI), designed to test a unit's ability to operate in a simulated wartime environment. Air Force members will practice their jobs under wartime scenarios and conditions. Exact Date Shot Unknown

Immediately following a simulated bomb attack at the ammunition storage site, Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, ammunition personnel, wearing full protective chemical warfare suits, resume loading/offloading AIM-9 Sidewinder air-to-air missiles at the storage site. In the background are two BDU training bombs during the Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI), designed to test a unit's ability to operate in a simulated environment and permits Air Force members to practice their jobs under wartime scenarios and conditions. Exact Date Shot Unknown

MSGT Revonnia Hornsby (foreground) and SSGT Eagle Houston, 60th MSS, Travis Air Force Base, California man the Information Management section during the Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI), designed to test a unit's ability to operate in a simulated environment and permits Air Force members to practice their jobs under wartime scenarios and conditions. Exact Date Shot Unknown

Close-up of a hand being moulaged to simulate a burned hand for a medical exercise during the Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI), designed to test a unit's ability to operate in a simulated environment and permits Air Force members to practice their jobs under wartime scenarios and conditions. Exact Date Shot Unknown

SSGT Darrel Collier, 60th MSS, Travis Air Force Base, California repairs a risograph in the Information Management section during the Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI), designed to test a unit's ability to operate in a simulated environment and permits Air Force members to practice their jobs under wartime scenarios and conditions. Exact Date Shot Unknown

A 20,000 lb. capacity K-Loader loaded with pallets at the rear of the C-5B Galaxy from the 60th and 349th Air Mobility Wings, Travis Air Force Base, California. The equipment will be used by Air Force members who will practice their jobs with wartime scenarios and conditions during the Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI)

TSGT Adam J. Knight, cargo supervisor, 72nd Aerial Port Squadron, Tinker AFB, OK, keeps watch as a 20,000 lb. capacity K-Loader inches up to the safety chock he placed at the rear of the aft cargo ramp of a C-5B Galaxy from the 60th and 349th Air Mobility Wings, Travis Air Force Base, California before off loading personnel and equipment. Air Force members will practice their jobs with wartime scenarios and conditions during the Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI), testing a unit's ability to operate in a simulated wartime environment

Team members from Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, prepare a fire truck and its' spare tire for offload from a C-5 Galaxy during an Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI), which tests a units ability to operate in a simulated wartime environment. Air Force members will practice their jobs under wartime scenarios and conditions

Load masters check the aft cargo ramp of the C-5B Galaxy from the 60th and 349th Air Mobility Wings, Travis Air Force Base, California before off loading personnel and equipment arriving at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Montana. Air Force members will practice their jobs with scenarios and conditions which tests a unit's ability to operate in a simulated wartime environment

Inside Hangar #1, at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Montana arriving personnel are processed during the Operational Readiness Inspection. Air Force members will practice their jobs with scenarios and conditions during the Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI), which tests a unit's ability to operate in a simulated wartime environment

Transient Alert member at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Montana, marshals a C-5B Galaxy, 60th Air Mobility Wing, Travis Air Force Base, California to its flight line spot, during the Operational Readiness Inspection. These Air Force members will practice their jobs with scenarios and conditions which tests a unit's ability to operate in a simulated wartime environment

SSGT Jeff Schengler, crew chief, attaches kneeling collars to the struts of a C-5B Galaxy, 60th and 349th Air Mobility Wing, Travis Air Force Base, California that arrived at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Montana, with personnel and equipment. Air Force members will practice their jobs with scenarios and conditions which tests a unit's ability to operate in a simulated wartime environment

Members of the 92nd Aerial Refueling Wing, Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington and 625th Airlift and tanker Operations Control (ATOC), Travis Air Force Base, California unload A and C mobility bags from their KC-135R Stratotanker onto a 20,000 lb. capacity K-loader at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Montana. Air Force members here will practice their jobs with wartime scenarios and conditions. CRISIS REACH '95 is a United States Air Force Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI), which tests a unit's ability to operate in a simulated wartime environment

MSGT Bruce Cook uses a bullhorn to brief members of the 92nd Medical Group, Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington in a hangar at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Montana. They will practice their jobs with scenarios and conditions during the Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI), which tests a unit's ability to operate in a simulated wartime environment Readiness Inspection (ORI), which tests a unit's ability to operate in a simulated wartime environment

Shown from front to back; fuel supply, attached fuel cans, thermostat controlled water mixing assembly, water heater and open water bladder (for the shower tents) erected in "tent city" by the 92nd Civil Engineering Squadron. Air Force members here will practice their jobs with scenarios and conditions during the Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI), which tests a unit's ability to operate in a simulated wartime environment

An American flag flies in the tent city erected near the flight line, C-5B Galaxy in the background, at Malmstrom Air Force Base. Air Force members will practice their jobs with scenarios and conditions during the Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI), which tests a unit's ability to operate in a simulated wartime environment

A1C Mark Douglas (foreground), M-60 gunner, and SRA Nicolas W. Richards, Scope Shield radio operator with an M-16, 60th Security Police Squadron, Travis Air Force Base, California maintain a readiness posture at a security post bunker. In the background on the flight line is a KC-135R Stratankers from the 92nd Aerial Refueling Wing, Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington. The men and aircraft are participating in an Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI), which tests a unit's ability to operate in a simulated environment and practice their jobs under wartime scenarios and conditions

Participants of exercise CRISIS REACH '95 at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Montana file into the "play area" through guarded gates. The exercise in an Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI), which tests a unit's ability to operate in a simulated wartime environment. Air Force members will practice their jobs under wartime scenarios and conditions

When not working on their assigned KC-135R Stratotanker jets, crew chiefs of the 92nd Aircraft Generation Squadron, Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington man flight line bunkers with their M-16 rifles to protect against "enemy" attack. They are participating in Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI), which tests a unit's ability to operate in a simulated wartime environment and practice their jobs under wartime scenarios and conditions

Aerial view of Ryan Dam gives a clear reason why nearby Great Falls, Montana received it's name. Great Falls is the location of Malmstrom Air Force Base, one of the locations for an Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI), which tests a unit's ability to operate in a simulated wartime environment and Air Force members will practice their jobs under wartime scenarios and conditions

Four Base Operations personnel perform their command and control jobs during the 169th Fighter Wing Operational Readiness Inspection

Summertime view of construction workers in Mostar. Much of the work available in this region involves construction and delivery jobs. Most of the rebuilding and fabrication is done by hand or with power tools. Many of the hillside locations can not be accessed by large construction equipment or trucks. In accordance with the Dayton Accords, under which Operation JOINT ENDEAVOR (the multi-national peace mission in Bosnia) functions, the provision of a secure environment is at the heart of the reconstruction effort in Bosnia

An unidentified communications troop participates in Phoenix Readiness training at the Air Mobility Warfare Center, Fort Dix, New Jersey. Phoenix Readiness is a two-week period of instruction and warfare scenarios designed to prepare airmen to do their jobs while deployed to hotspots around the world

Unidentified Air Force troops participates in Phoenix Readiness training at the Air Mobility Warfare Center, Fort Dix, New Jersey. Phoenix Readiness is a two-week period of instruction and warfare scenarios designed to prepare airmen to do their jobs while deployed to hotspots around the world

Computer Engineers John Stender and Bill Speir, both employees of Computer Analysis Systems, of Huntsville, Alabama, install software at the Joint Project Optic Cobra Operations Center on April 7, 1997. Bill and John are among many civilian contracted computer specialists whose jobs it will be to manage combat information during "Roving Sands '97". ROVING SANDS is a multinational effort and is the largest military exercise on United States soil that allows training in a joint environment to hone command and control procedures and integrate new systems in Theater and Air Missile Defense

US Air Force (USAF) personnel use this roped-off path to get from their tent city to their jobs at Ahmed Al Jaber Air Base, Kuwait, in support of Operation SOUTHERN WATCH 1998

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