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American Red Cross - Canteens - Interior view of the American Red Cross line of communication canteen showing some causual soldiers resting up for the balance of their journey

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - Czecho Slovak invalids embarking at Vladivostok from lighters on U.S.S. Nanking, bound for the U.S., on their journey to Prague

American Red Cross - Groups - American Red Cross Mission due in Rumania, Sept. 22, 1917. Carrying $200,000 worth of supplies, urgently needed, the American Red Cross Mission arrived in Rumania, Sept. 22, 1917. It had left Petrograd on Sept. 18, on the last stage of its journey to Jassy, capital of Rumania. The $200,000 worth of supplies were designed to meet the immediate needs of the people of Rumania. Reports in Petrograd stated that conditions there were terrible, and that pending the arrival of the American Red Cross Mission wounds were being dressed with sawdust for lack of better surgical dressings. The Mission to Rumania was headed by H.W. Anderson, of Richmond. Photo shows the executive staff, physicians and nurses

Airplanes - Historical - The R-34 arrives at Mineola after 3000 mile non-stop voyage. The R-34 after her great trans-Atlantic trip. Note hydrogen "gas" bottles which will replenish the gas supply of our British visitor before she takes the air Tuesday evening for the homeward journey. Mineola, L.I

The Observer Makes an Important Journey to Baltimore. Saw that he was in the heart of Baltimore

Journey to Prudhoe, ca. 1975

Journey to Prudhoe, ca. 1975
Journey to Prudhoe, ca. 1975

Local people in an Egyptian city wave from shore as they watch the aircraft carrier USS AMERICA (CV-66), not pictured, pass by on its southward journey. The AMERICA is the first U.S. Navy carrier since 1967 and the largest ever to travel this route

A stern view of the aircraft carrier USS AMERICA (CV-66) during the ship's southward journey. The AMERICA is the first U.S. Navy carrier since 1967 and the largest ever to travel this route

A starboard view of the guided missile destroyer USS PREBLE (DDG-46) with an Egyptian tugboat during the escorting of the aircraft carrier USS AMERICA (CV-66) through the canal on it southward journey. The AMERICA is the first U.S. Navy carrier since 1967 and the largest ever to travel this route

Tourists at a resort near Bitter Lakes wave from shore as they watch the aircraft carrier USS AMERICA (CV-66), not pictured, pass by on its southward journey. The AMERICA is the first U.S. Navy carrier since 1967 and the largest ever to travel this route

Officers and crewmen perform their duties on the bridge of the aircraft carrier USS AMERICA (CV-66) during the ship's southward journey. The AMERICA is the first U.S. Navy carrier since 1967 and the largest ever to travel this route

A U.S. soldiers from the 82nd Airborne Division march to the flight line to prepare for the journey home at the completion of exercise Bright Star '82

U.S. soldiers from the 82nd Airborne Division march to the flight line to prepare for the journey home at the completion of exercise Bright Star '82

Pilots depart their F-4 Phantom II aircraft during Exercise Opportune Journey 4. The pilots are from the 3rd Tactical Fighter Squadron, 3rd Tactical Fighter Wing

A forward air controller, using a radio, directs an F-4 Phantom II aircraft toward a bomb target. The controller is from the 22nd Tactical Air Support Squadron, involved in Exercise Opportune Journey 4

A crew chief covers the pitot tube of an F-4 Phantom II aircraft during Exercise Opportune Journey 4. The aircraft is from the 3rd Tactical Fighter Squadron, 3rd Tactical Fighter Wing

A front view of an F-4 Phantom II aircraft taxiing out during Exercise Opportune Journey 4. The aircraft, from the 3rd Tactical Fighter Squadron, 3rd Tactical Fighter Wing, is armed with a 500-lb. Mark 82 laser guided bomb on the left wing

Airmen prepare 500-lb. Mark 82 bombs for loading on an F-4 Phantom II aircraft. The airmen are from the 3rd Munitions Maintenance Squadron, involved in exercise Opportune Journey 4

A1C Sherri Cabasina completes maintenance forms during Exercise Opportune Journey 4

CPT Steve Sloop, a pilot making preflight inspection of his F-4 Phantom II aircraft, looks over a maintenance log. The pilot is from the 3rd Tactical Fighter Squadron, 3rd Tactical Fighter Wing, involved in Exercise Opportune Journey 4

Forward air controller CPT Patton, using a radio, confirms the bomb impact of a target by an F-4 Phantom II aircraft. The controller is from the 22nd Tactical Air Support Squadron, involved in Exercise Opportune Journey 4

The battleship USS IOWA (BB 61) passes under the Huey P. Long Bridge after a 1833 mile journey to Avondale Shipyards Inc. from the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard for modernization and reactivation

CDR Doug Meyer, officer in charge of the transfer of the battleship IOWA (BB-61) from Philadelphia to the Avondale Shipyards, Inc., talks about the journey

Air Force personnel and equipment aboard a C-141 Starlifter aircraft for departure during Exercise Opportune Journey 4

An airman secures the attachment of a Mark 82 500-pound laser-guided bomb to an F-4 Phantom II aircraft. The airman is assigned to the 3rd Munitions Maintenance Squadron, involved in Exercise Opportune Journey 4

Members of the 3rd Munitions Maintenance Squadron attach safety wires to Mark 82 500-pound laser-guided bombs during Exercise Opportune Journey 4

Forward air controllers are instructed by an Army range controller on directing the target strike of an F-4 Phantom II aircraft. The controllers are assigned to the 22nd Tactical Air Support Squadron, involved in Exercise Opportune Journey 4

A forward air controller, using a radio, directs an F-4 Phantom II aircraft a bomb target. The controller is from the 22nd Tactical Air Support Squadron and is involved in Exercise Opportune Journey 4

A1C Sheree L. Cabaniss, left, and SGT Judy K. Busselman, right, check the cockpit of an F-4 Phantom II aircraft for foreign object damage. The airmen are assigned to the 3rd Munitions Maintenance Squadron, involved in Exercise Opportune Journey 4

CPT Jim Fussel, 3rd Tactical Fighter Wing, prepares for flight aboard an F-4 Phantom II aircraft during Exercise Opportune Journey 4

A left side view of an F-4 Phantom II aircraft of the 3rd Tactical Fighter Wing taking off during Exercise Opportune Journey 4

Air Force personnel embark a C-141 Starlifter aircraft during Exercise Opportune Journey 4

An aerial view of the range as an F-4 Phantom II aircraft flies over a bomb target. The aircraft is assigned to the 3rd Tactical Fighter Wing, involved in Exercise Opportune Journey 4

SSGT Darrell J. Bucy, left, and A1C Scott Catino, right, load Bomb Disposal Unit bombs onto an F-4 Phantom II aircraft. The airmen are assigned to the 3rd Munitions Maintenance Squadron, involved in Exercise Opportune Journey 4

An air-to-air left side view of two F-4 Phantom II aircraft of the 3rd Tactical Fighter Wing during Exercise Opportune Journey 4

A forward air controller operates a radio used to direct an F-4 Phantom II aircraft a bomb target. The controller is from the 22nd Tactical Air Support Squadron and is involved in Exercise Opportune Journey 4

CPT Steve Sloop, 3rd Tactical Fighter Wing, makes a preflight inspection of his F-4 Phantom II aircraft during Exercise Opportune Journey 4

Members of the 3rd Munitions Maintenance Squadron prepare to load Mark 82 500-pound laser-guided bombs onto an F-4 Phantom II aircraft during Exercise Opportune Journey 4

Members of the 3rd Munitions Maintenance Squadron load Mark 82 500-pound laser-guided bomb shells onto a bomb cart during Exercise Opportune Journey 4

A forward air controller, using a radio, directs an F-4 Phantom II aircraft a bomb target. The controller is from the 22nd Tactical Air Support Squadron and is involved in Exercise Opportune Journey 4

Members of the 3rd Munitions Maintenance Squadron are building Mark 82 500-pound laser-guided bombs in a bunker area during exercise Opportune Journey 4

An airman looks over a C-141B Starlifter aircraft maintenance log during Exercise Opportune Journey 4

A forward air controller, using a radio, directs an F-4E Phantom II aircraft toward a bomb target. The controller is from the 22nd Tactical Air Support Squadron, involved in Exercise Opportune Journey 4

Air Force personnel embark a C-141 Starlifter aircraft during Exercise Opportune Journey 4

Crewmen walk across the ice toward the US Coast Guard icebreaker USCGC POLAR STAR (WAGB 10). The POLAR STAR, first Coast Guard icebreaker to circumnavigate the Antarctic continent, has paused during its journey to give crewmen "ice-liberty"

PVT. 2 Fernando Gonzales and PFC. Michael Narris of Charlie Company, 1ST/19th Scout Platoon, await the 25th Combat Aviation Bn. UH-1A Iroquois helicopter that will pick them up for an air assault during exercise Opportune Journey 4-84

Lieutenant General James M. Lee, commander of WESTCOM, meets members of the Combat Support Company, 1ST Battalion, 35th Infantry, 2nd Brigade, 25th Infantry Division, during the training Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 4-83

UH-1A Iroquois helicopters from the 25th Combat Aviation Battalion prepare to land and pick up members of the 2nd Brigade, 25th Infantry Division. The troops are conducting an airmobile combat assault at the US Army's Pohakuloa Training area during training Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 4-83

Members of the 1ST Battalion, 35th Infantry, 2nd Brigade, 25th Infantry Division, seated in a jeep, scan the lower slopes of Mauna Kea for opposing force movements. They are participating in training Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 4-83 at the US Army's Pohakuloa Training Area

Members of the 1ST Battalion, 35th Infantry, 2nd Brigade, 25th Inanftry Division, fan out from the landing zone during an airmobile combat assault at the US Army's Pohakuloa Training Area, during training Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 4-83. The troops are wearing MILES (Mutiple Intergrated Laser Engagement System) gear. (SUBSTANDARD)

Members of the 1ST Battalion, 35th Infantry, 2nd Brigade, 25th Infantry Division, wearing protective face masks head out from the landing zone during an airmobile combat assault. The troops are participating in the training Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 4-83 at the US Army`s Pohakuloa Training Area

Members of the 1ST Battalion, 35th Infantry, 2nd Brigade, 25th Infantry Division, wearing protective face masks, fan out from the landing zone during an airmobile combat assault. The troops are participating in the training Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 4-83 at the US Army`s Pohakuloa Training Area

UH-1A Iroquois helicopters from the 25th Combat Aviation Battalion arrive at a landing zone carrying members of the 2nd Brigade, 25th Infantry Division. The troops are conducting an airmobile assault during training Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 4-83. (SUBST

Soldiers from 1ST Bn., 35th Inf., 25th Inf. Div., move toward their next objective during exercise Opportune Journey 4-83. The soldiers are wearing M-17A1 field protective masks

A view through a fisheye lens, of members of the 1ST Bn., 35th Inf., 25th Inf. Div., as they exit a UH-1A Iroquois helicopter in an air-mobile assault during Opportune Journey 4-83

A member of the 1ST Bn., 35th Inf., 25th Inf. Div., exits a UH-1A Iroquois helicopter as an air-mobile assault takes place during Opportune Journey 4-83

A member of the 1ST Bn., 35th Inf., 25th Inf. Div., looks out from inside a UH-1A Iroquois helicopter as an air-mobile assault takes place during Opportune Journey 4-83

A view through a fisheye lens, of members of the 1ST Bn., 35th Inf., 25th Inf. Div., as they exit a UH-1A Iroquois helicopter in an air-mobile assault during Opportune Journey 4-83

A front view of UH-1A Iroquois helicopters from the 25th Combat Aviation Battalion as an airmobile assault takes place during Opportune Journey 4-83

Members of the 2nd Brigade, 25th Infantry Division, leave the landing zone after exiting from UH-1A helicopters from the 25th Combat Aviation Battalion. The men are participating in an airmobile assault during training Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 4-83. (SUBSTANDARD)

Sergeant Robert Gibson, Company A, applies camouflaged paint to the face of Private First Class Dennis Gordon. The men, both members of the 2nd Brigade, 25th Infantry Division, are preparing for an airmobile assault during training Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 4-83

Members of the 2nd Brigade, 25th Infantry Division, leave the landing zone after exiting from UH-1A helicopters from the 25th Combat Aviation Battalion. The men are participating in an airmobile assault during training Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 4-83. (Substandard image)

UH-1A Iroquois helicopters from the 25th Combat Aviation Battalion arrive at a landing zone carrying members of the 2nd Brigade, 25th Infantry Division. The troops are conducting an airmobile assault during training Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 4-83. (SUBST

Second Lieutenant Scott Hampton, platoon leader, Company A, 1ST Battalion, 35 Infantry, 2nd Brigade, 25th Infantry Division, prepares to exit a UH-1A Iroquois helicopter as it approaches the landing zone. His unit is participating in an airmobile assault during training Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 4-83

A member of the 1ST Bn., 35th Inf., 25th Inf. Div., exits a UH-1A Iroquois helicopter as an air-mobile assault takes place during Opportune Journey 4-83

Members of the 2nd Brigade, 25th Infantry Division, equipped with Multiple Intergrated Laser Engagement System (MILES) gear and protective face masks, fan out from a landing zone. They are participating in an airmobile assault during the training Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 4-83. (SUBSTANDARD)

A member of the 1ST Battalion, 35th Infantry, 2nd Brigade, 25th Infantry Division equipped with Multiple Intergrated Laser Engagement System (MILES) gear, leaps out of a UH-1A Iroquois helicopter. His unit is participating in the training Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 4-83. (Substandard image)

Members of the 1ST Battalion, 35th Infantry Division, exit a UH-1A Iroquois helicopter in an airmobile assault Opportune Journey 4-83

Colonel David E. K. Cooper, Commander, 2nd Brigade, 25th Infantry Division, keeps in touch with his troops by radio during Opportune Journey 4-83

Colonel E.K. Cooper, commander of the 2nd Brigade, 25th Infantry Division, uses night vision glasses to observe a "river crossing" exercise at the US Army's Pohakuloa Training Area, during training Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 4-83

Mock tanks of the opposing forces move against friendly forces during training Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 4-83 at the US Army's Pohakuloa Training Area. Acting as opposing forces for the exercise were troops from the 1ST Battalion, 14th Infantry, 2nd Brigade, 25th Infantry Division. (Substandard image)

Members of the 1ST Battalion, 14th Infantry, 2nd Brigade, 25th Infantry Division, act as opposing forces for troops of the 35th and 21st Infantries during training Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 4-83. They are equipped with MILES (Multiple Intergrated Laser Engagement System) gear for the exercise. (Substandard image)

Members of Company A, 65th Engineer Battalion, 25th Infantry Division, protect their light tactical raft from an opposing force attack during training Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 4-83, at the US Army's Pohakuloa Training Area

Private First Class Mark Grant, M-203 gunner with Company A, 14th Infantry, 2nd Brigade, 25th Division, acts as an opposing force member during training Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 4-83, at the US Army's Pohakuloa Training Area. Slung over his shoulder is an M-47 Dragon medium anti-tank/assault weapon

Members of Company A, 1ST Battalion, 35th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, cross a footbridge during a "river crossing" conducted during training Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 4-83, at the US Army's Pohakuloa Training Area. The 25th Infantry Division is pre

SPEC. 4 Herman Morris Jr., in a foxhole with SPEC. 4 Charles G. King, holds up a Tropic Lightning gold coin given to him by Brig. Gen John T. Quinn during training Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 4-83. Both men are members of Company C, 1ST Battalion, 21st Infantry, 25th Infnatry Division

Members of the 1ST Battalion, 14th Infantry, 2nd Brigade, 25th Infantry Division, acting as opposing forces, take a break during training Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 4-83, at the US Army's Pohakuloa Training Area. The 25th Infantry Division is preparing for Team Spirit `84, a joint South Korean/US training exercise held annually in Korea

Members of Company C, 1ST Battalion, 21st Infantry Division, equipped with Multiple Intergrated Laser Engagement System (MILES) gear, wait for an attack by opposing forces during the training Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 4-83. The soldier on the left has an AN/PVS-2 Starlight scope mounted on his M-16 rifle. (SUBSTANDARD)

Major General William H. Schneider, commander of the 25th Infantry Division, observes a battle between troops of the 2nd Brigade, 25th Infantry Division, and opposing forces training Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 4-83, at the US Army's Pohakuloa Training Area. The 25th Infantry Division is preparing for Team Spirit `84, a joint South Korean/US training exercise held in Korea. (Substandard image)

Members of the 2nd Brigade, 25th Infantry Division, engage in a battle with opposing forces during the training Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 4-83. The unit is preparing for Team Spirit '84, an annual joint South Korean/US training exercise held in Korea

Major General William H. Schneider, commander of the 25th Infantry Division, observes a member of the 2nd Brigade as he participates in a battle against opposing forces during the training Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 4-83. The unit is preparing for Team Spirit `84, an annual joint training exercise held in Korea

Major General William H. Schneider, commander of the 25th Infantry Division, observes as members of the 2nd Brigade battle opposing forces during the training Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 4-83. The unit is preparing for Team Spirit '84, an annual joint training exercise held in Korea. (Substandard image)

Members of the 2nd Battalion, 25th Infantry Division, conduct a fire fight against opposing forces during Opportune Journey 4-83

Ground crewmen of Company D, 25th Combat Aviation Battalion, 25th Infantry Division, operate a fuel and ammunition supply station for helicopters participating in a live-fire exercise, during training Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 4-83

A member of Company A, 1ST Battalion, 14th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, stands on the side of an M48 main battle tank as his company battles Blue Forces along Highway 43 during Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 4-84. He is participating with the Orange Forces

Members of Company A, 1ST Battalion, 19th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, fire M16A1 rifles on targets at the Pohakuloa Training Area during Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 4-84

A left front view of an F-4 Phantom II aircraft from Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 232, as maintenance is performed on it during Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 84

Maintenance is performed on an F-4 Phantom II aircraft from Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 232 during Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 84

A right front view of three F-15 Eagle aircraft from the 21st Tactical Fighter Wing, parked on the flight line during Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 84. A C-130 Hercules aircraft can be seen in the background

A 30mm ammunition loader is moved across the flight line in preparation for loading into a GAU-8/A Avenger cannon on an A-10 Thunderbolt II aircraft (background) during Exercise Opportune Journey 84

A left front view of an A-10 Thunderbolt II aircraft from the Massachusettes Air National Guard, parked on the flight line during Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 84

Right front view of a OV-10 Thunderbolt II aircraft from the Massachusettes Air National Guard, as pre-flight operations take place during Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 84. An SH-2 Seasprite helicopter flies overhead. Note the store of Mk 82 500 pound bombs on a cargo vehicle

Air-to-air right rear view of an OV-10 Bronco aircraft assigned to the 22nd Tactical Air Support Squadron, in use during Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 84

A left front view of an F-4 Phantom II aircraft from Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 232, parked on the flight line during Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 84

Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Snow, aboard an A-10 Thunderbolt II aircraft assigned to the Massachusettes Air National Guard, awaits taxiing instructions from the flight tower during Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 84

Elevated front view of an F-4 Phantom II aircraft from Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 232, parked in a maintenance hangar during Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 84

A left side view of an F-15 Eagle aircraft from the 21st Tactical Fighter Wing, as it approaches to land during Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 84

Right front view of two OV-10 Bronco aircraft from the 22nd Tactical Air Support Squadron, as pre-flight operations take place during Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 84

Front view of an A-10 Thunderbolt II aircraft from the Massachusetts Air National Guard, parked on the flight line during Exercise Opportune Journey '84. The A-10 is armed with a GAU-8/A avenger 30mm cannon. Exact Date Shot Unknown

Members of the 1ST Scout Platoon, 19th Infantry, aboard an M151 jeep wih an M60 machine gun mount, search for opposing forces near Lava Ridge during Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 4-84