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American Red Cross - Canteens - American Red Cross "Doughnut Foundry" Le Mans, France. This is "rolling and cutting" table where 30,000 doughnuts are turned out every day and distributed to the American soldiers, in Embarkation Area. Left side of table: O. Coon, of Missouri, A.S. Williams, Lakepere, Ind.; right side of table: C.P. Dunham, Prescott, Ariz., and H. Fisher, of Indiana

Airplanes - Transportation - Airplanes for government use. Dayton-Wright Airplane Co. Plant, Dayton, Ohio. Complete control assembled left side

Airplanes - Types - Top: Handley-Page Type V/1500-3/4 rear view. Lower: Handley-Page four engined aeroplane - type V/1500 known as the "BERLIN Bomber" 3/4 front view, left side

Photograph of the Left Side of the Control Car on a Dirigible

Photograph of the Left Side of the Control Car on a Dirigible, ca. 1933

Left side of panorama of the pastoral view of the future construction site for the 184-inch cyclotron. Photo taken September 10, 1940. Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

184-inch cyclotron, calutron conversion. Cyclotron dee, face end showing exit slot in left side. Photo taken 6/20/1946. 184"-233 Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project

A left side underside view of a Soviet Tu-26 Backfire bomber aircraft in flight

A left side air-to-air view of an F-15 Eagle aircraft, from the 36th Tactical Fighter Wing

A view from the top of the boarding ladder of the left side, wing and tail section of a British Airways Concorde aircraft parked on the flight line. The aircraft is on an around-the-world test flight

LEARJET AIRPLANE AFT SECTION BEHIND REAR BENCH - GENERAL CABIN DETAILING - SEAT TRACK LAYOUT RIGHT AND LEFT SIDE - AFT LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT

LEARJET AIRPLANE AFT SECTION BEHIND REAR BENCH - GENERAL CABIN DETAILING - SEAT TRACK LAYOUT RIGHT AND LEFT SIDE - AFT LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT

LEARJET AIRPLANE AFT SECTION BEHIND REAR BENCH - GENERAL CABIN DETAILING - SEAT TRACK LAYOUT RIGHT AND LEFT SIDE - AFT LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT

LEARJET AIRPLANE AFT SECTION BEHIND REAR BENCH - GENERAL CABIN DETAILING - SEAT TRACK LAYOUT RIGHT AND LEFT SIDE - AFT LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT

LEARJET AIRPLANE AFT SECTION BEHIND REAR BENCH - GENERAL CABIN DETAILING - SEAT TRACK LAYOUT RIGHT AND LEFT SIDE - AFT LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT

LEARJET AIRPLANE AFT SECTION BEHIND REAR BENCH - GENERAL CABIN DETAILING - SEAT TRACK LAYOUT RIGHT AND LEFT SIDE - AFT LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT

LEARJET AIRPLANE AFT SECTION BEHIND REAR BENCH - GENERAL CABIN DETAILING - SEAT TRACK LAYOUT RIGHT AND LEFT SIDE - AFT LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT

LEARJET AIRPLANE AFT SECTION BEHIND REAR BENCH - GENERAL CABIN DETAILING - SEAT TRACK LAYOUT RIGHT AND LEFT SIDE - AFT LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT

LEARJET AIRPLANE AFT SECTION BEHIND REAR BENCH - GENERAL CABIN DETAILING - SEAT TRACK LAYOUT RIGHT AND LEFT SIDE - AFT LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT

LEARJET AIRPLANE AFT SECTION BEHIND REAR BENCH - GENERAL CABIN DETAILING - SEAT TRACK LAYOUT RIGHT AND LEFT SIDE - AFT LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT

LEARJET AIRPLANE AFT SECTION BEHIND REAR BENCH - GENERAL CABIN DETAILING - SEAT TRACK LAYOUT RIGHT AND LEFT SIDE - AFT LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT

LEARJET AIRPLANE AFT SECTION BEHIND REAR BENCH - GENERAL CABIN DETAILING - SEAT TRACK LAYOUT RIGHT AND LEFT SIDE - AFT LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT

LEARJET AIRPLANE AFT SECTION BEHIND REAR BENCH - GENERAL CABIN DETAILING - SEAT TRACK LAYOUT RIGHT AND LEFT SIDE - AFT LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT

LEARJET AIRPLANE AFT SECTION BEHIND REAR BENCH - GENERAL CABIN DETAILING - SEAT TRACK LAYOUT RIGHT AND LEFT SIDE - AFT LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT

LEARJET AIRPLANE AFT SECTION BEHIND REAR BENCH - GENERAL CABIN DETAILING - SEAT TRACK LAYOUT RIGHT AND LEFT SIDE - AFT LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT

LEARJET AIRPLANE AFT SECTION BEHIND REAR BENCH - GENERAL CABIN DETAILING - SEAT TRACK LAYOUT RIGHT AND LEFT SIDE - AFT LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT

LEARJET AIRPLANE AFT SECTION BEHIND REAR BENCH - GENERAL CABIN DETAILING - SEAT TRACK LAYOUT RIGHT AND LEFT SIDE - AFT LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT

LEARJET AIRPLANE AFT SECTION BEHIND REAR BENCH - GENERAL CABIN DETAILING - SEAT TRACK LAYOUT RIGHT AND LEFT SIDE - AFT LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT

LEARJET AIRPLANE AFT SECTION BEHIND REAR BENCH - GENERAL CABIN DETAILING - SEAT TRACK LAYOUT RIGHT AND LEFT SIDE - AFT LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT

LEARJET AIRPLANE AFT SECTION BEHIND REAR BENCH - GENERAL CABIN DETAILING - SEAT TRACK LAYOUT RIGHT AND LEFT SIDE - AFT LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT

F-4E Phantom II aircraft from the 347th Tactical Fighter Wing. The aircraft is carrying an inboard 2,000-pound GBU-10 laser guided bomb, a Pave Spike laser designator, and two inboard AIM-9J Sidewinder missiles (left side to right)

F-4E Phantom II aircraft from the 347th Tactical Fighter Wing. The aircraft is carrying an inboard 2,000-pound GBU-10 laser designator, six 500-pound Mark 82 low-drag bombs, and two inboard AIM-9J Sidewinder missiles (left side to right)

A UH-IN Iroquois helicopter from the 304th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron flies over an area of destroyed timber several days after a large eruption of the volcano. A damaged car can be seen on the left side, m middle

Left side air-to-air view of a KC-10A Extender refueling a B-52G Stratofortress aircraft

Left side air-to-air view of a C-130E Combat Talon aircraft, operated by the 7th Special Operations Squadron, making a drop of Army paratroopers

Left side air-to-air view of a KC-135 Stratotanker aircraft from the 909th Air Refueling Squadron disengaging the refueling boom after refueling a U.S. F-15 Eagle aircraft (bottom), during exercise Kangaroo '81

Left side air-to-air view of a KC-135 Stratotanker aircraft from 909th Air Refueling Squadron preparing to refuel a U.S. F-15 Eagle aircraft during exercise Kangaroo '81

Left side air-to-air view of an F-15 Eagle aircraft from the 12th Tactical Fighter Wing, seen from another F-15, wing visible in foreground. The aircraft are en route to Kadena Air Base, Okinawa at the conclusion of exercise Kangaroo '81

A left side air-to-air view of four Attack Squadron 176 (VA-176) A-6E Intruder aircraft. The aircraft are assigned to Carrier Air Wing Six (CVW-6), based aboard the aircraft carrier USS INDEPENDENCE (CV 62)

Left side air-to-air view of an SA-342 Gazelle aircraft during exercise Bright Star '82

An air-to-air left side, low angle view of a Marine OV-10A Bronco aircraft from Marine Observation Squadron 1 (VMO-1)

Left side air-to-air view of a UH-1H Iroquois helicopter preparing to drop live bombs during exercise Cool Snow Hog '82-1

A left side air-to-air view of a Soviet Tu-142 Bear D aircraft

A left side aerial view of a KC-135A Stratotanker aircraft refueling a KC-135A Stratotanker

A left side air-to-air view of an F-111 aircraft dropping four bombs on a target range. The F-111 is flown by the 20th Tactical Fighter Wing, 3rd Air Force, RAF Upper Heyford

A left side air-to-air view of an F-111 aircraft dropping four bombs on a target range. The F-111 is flown by the 20th Tactical Fighter Wing, 3rd Air Force, RAF Upper Heyford

Left side air-to-air view of a B-52 Stratofortress aircraft armed with an AGM-84 Harpoon missile, prior to launch. Following is an F-4 Phantom II aircraft

A left side air-to-air view of a Soviet Tu-95 Bear maritime reconnaissance aircraft, top, being escorted by a U.S. Navy F-14 Tomcat aircraft as the Soviet aircraft approaches the Readex 1-83 battle group. LCDR Greg Quist pilots the Fighter Squadron 142 (VF-142) Tomcat, assigned to the nuclear-powered aircraft USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN-69). LT J.G. Randy Dewar is the radar intercept officer

Left side air-to-air view of a KC-135 Stratotanker aircraft from the 305th Air Refueling Wing (front) refueling an MC-130E Hercules aircraft from the 8th Special Operations Squadron

An air-to-air left-side view of an F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft over MacDill Air Force Base, Florida

An air-to-air left side overhead view of a camouflaged C-141B Starlifter aircraft

An air-to-air left side close-up view of a Soviet I1-14 Crate aircraft as it intercepts an HC-130 Hercules aircraft involved in the search and rescue operations for the downed Korean Airlines 747 (KAL-007). KAL-007 was shot down by a Soviet aircraft when it was suspected of being a surveillance mission over Sakhalin Island

Left side air-to-air view of an A-6E Intruder aircraft from Medium Attack Squadron 52 (VA-52)

An aerial starboard view of, front to back, left side: the guided missile cruiser USS TICONDEROGA (CG-47), the fast combat ship USS DETROIT (AOE-4), the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV-67), the salvage ship USS HOIST (ARS-40) and a Knox Class frigate. Right side is the aircraft carrier USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62) and a Leahy Class guided missile cruiser

Bottom left side air-to-air view of an F/A-18 Hornet strike fighter aircraft from Marine Fighter/Attack Squadron 314 (VMFA-314) firing an AIM-9 Sidewinder air-to-air missile during an operational test. VMFA-314 is homeported at the Marine Corps Air Station, El Toro, California

A left side air-to-air view of an F/A-18 Hornet strike fighter aircraft from Marine Fighter/Attack Squadron 314 (VMFA-314) firing an AIM-9 Sidewinder air-to-air missile during an operational test. VMFA-314 is homeported at the Marine Corps Air Station, El Toro, California

STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Craig VanWagenen works at the left side station of a B-52G Stratofortress air-launched cruise missile (ALCM) control panel

A left side ground view of a B-1B aircraft on the runway prior to its first flight. The aircraft will travel from Rockwell International's production facility to Edwards Air Force Base

Air to air left side, underside, view of United States Air Force Europe (USAFE) F-4E Phantom carrying two AGM A/6, three AIM 7 missiles and an ECM pod. The aircraft is assigned to the 52nd Tactical Fighter Wing, Spangdalhem Air Base, Germany. Exact Date Shot Unknown

An air-to-air left side front view of a TR-1 tactical reconnaissance aircraft over San Francisco

An air-to-air left side veiw of a KC-10 Extender aircraft during Exercise COPE CANINE '85

A left side main landing wheels of an Soviet An-124 Condor cargo aircraft on display at the 85 Paris Air Show

An air-to-air left side silhouette view of an HC-130P Hercules aircraft refueling two HH-53B Super Jolly helicopters. (SUBSTANDARD)

An air to air left side silhouetted view of a 10th Military Airlift Squadron C-23A Sherpa aircraft

A left side close-up view of the multi-wheel steering system on the tractor portion of a ground-launched cruise missile transporter-erector-launcher (TEL). The TEL is assigned to the 501st Tactical Missile Wing

A view out the left side window of a P-3 Orion aircraft from Patrol Squadron 68 (VP-68) showing other P-3s parked on the flight line

The eye of Hurricane Gilbert, as seen from a left-side window of a WC-130H Hercules aircraft from the 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron cruising at 10,000 feet

A left front view of the turret of a Soviet T74 main battle tank showing clearly the applique armor welded to the roof and eight smoke mortars mounted on the turret's left side

Air to air view left side above view of a 9th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing's SR-71 Blackbird reconnaissance aircraft, on a mission out of Beale Air Force Base, California. Exact Date Shot Unknown

A close-up view of the left side winglet of an Iraqi MIL Mi-24 Hind-D assault helicopter abandoned during Operation Desert Storm. The ordnance is two UV-32-57 rocket pods, each containing 32 S-5 57mm rockets, and an AT-2 Swatter anti-tank missile. A belt of 12.7mm machine gun ammunition is draped over the missile launch rail.

A left side air-to-air view of an RC-135W Stratolifter advance airborne command post aircraft (AABNCP) of the 38th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 55th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing.

Low angle, left side front view of a US Navy Sea Bee Bulldozer pushing dirt up into a pile. Sea Bee Equipment Operator 1ST Class Doug Hunt, USN, of East Chester, New York, uses the bulldozer to pile up crushed dirt and coral. The coral is being used to improve the access road around Mogadishu Airport. PETTY Officer Hunt is with the Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Forty (NMCB-40) of Port Hueneme, California and his mission is in direct support of Operation Restore Hope

Straight on shot of US Marine officers escorting US Congressmen down an airstrip at Baidoa, Somalia. The only Congressman that is identifiable is Pennsylvania Representative Curt Weldon. A left side profile of a US Air Force C-130 is seen in the background. This mission is in direct support of Operation Restore Hope

Left side rear view of US Sailors and Marines muscling crates of cargo into a US Navy CH-46 "Sea Knight" helicopter at Mogadishu Airport. The helicopter, from Helicopter Cargo Squadron Eleven (HC-11), Naval Air Station North Island in San Diego, California is deployed from the Iwo Jima, Amphibious Assault Ship, USS TRIPOLI (LPH-10), (not shown) and is in direct support of Operation Restore Hope

Left side front view of a four US Marine Armored Amphibious Vehicles (AAV) with the closest one to the camera backing into a space next to the others. The Marine Corps Flag waves atop one of the AAVs. They are from the 15th Marine Expeditionary force unit BLT 2/9, Camp Pendleton, California. The AAVs were deployed from the Austin Class; Amphibious Transport Dock Ship; USS JUNEAU (LPD 10) (not shown) as part of Operation Restore Hope

Left side profile of a US Marine standing guard over two Somali nationals captured at the early morning raid on Somali Warlord General Aideed's cantonment area. The Marine holds is M16A2 rifle in his right hand and it's pointed toward the ground. One Somali is sitting on the ground with his hands tied behind his back and the other Somali, at left, stands with the support of wooden crutches. This mission is in direct support of Operation Restore Hope

Left side front view of a M1A1 Abrams tank in the middle of the road. Two US Marines are seen on top of the tank with the one in front manning the tank's .50 caliber machine. The tank is ready to return fire on Somali Warlord General Aideed's weapons cantonment area. This mission is in direct support of Operation Restore Hope

Left side profile of US Army CPT Mansell, a pharmacist for the 46th Combat Support Hospital sitting at a desk finishing her daily paperwork. The Hospital is located at the old American Embassy Compound in Mogadishu, Somalia. Her mission in Somalia is in direct support of Operation Restore Hope

Left side front, extreme close-up of International Film Star Sophia Loren's face as she listens to a briefing by US Marine BGEN Paul Fratarangelo, Commanding General of Joint Task Force Provide Relief, on the operation that has been airlifting food into Somalia. Provide Relief is in direct support of Operation Restore Hope

Left side rear view of a US Air Force C-130 Hercules cargo plane on the ground with its rear cargo ramp lowered. A loadmaster assigned to the 61st Airlift Squadron, Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas directs rapid runway repair equipment from the back of the aircraft at the Hoddur Airstrip in Somalia. This mission is in direct support of Operation Restore Hope

The flight line at Moi International Airport, Mombasa, Kenya. In the foreground is a left side rear view of a M988 High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) that is being used as a US Air Force Security Police vehicle. In the background is a left side front view of a Soviet made Ilyushin IL-76 cargo plane with the United Nations color scheme, plus large UN letters on the side and the tail section. This is part of Operation Provide Relief, which is in direct support of Operation Restore Hope

Left side front view from the chest up of US Marine BGEN Fratarangelo, Commanding General of Joint Task Force Provide Relief as he briefs international film star Sophia Loren (not shown) on the operation of airlifting food into Somalia. An easel with pictures of the relief effort is in the background to the left. This mission is in direct support of Operation Restore Hope

US Marines from 3rd Battalion, 9th Marine, 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit, Camp Pendleton, California, load sea bags into the left side cargo hold on a Tower Air 747 prior to flying on the second redeployment flight to the United States from Operation Restore Hope

Left side front view of the opened front cargo bay entrance on a Russian made An-124 Condor. A 10-ton forklift from the 2nd Mobile Aerial Port Squadron (MAPS), Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas, backs off the front ramp to the An-124 with an Allison Diesel Generating Pump at Mogadishu Airport. This mission is in direct support of Operation Restore Hope

Straight on, medium shot of US President George Bush wearing a desert camouflaged BDU top and cap. He's speaking with US Marine LGEN Robert Johnston, Commander, Joint Task Force Operation Restore Hope, right. Two other unidentifiable men in civilian clothes stand with them at the left of the frame. An opened left side entrance to a US Air Force C-141 Starlifter is seen in the background. Two members of the C-141 flight crew stand in the entrance looking out for the President. President Bush is in Mogadishu to visit the troops on duty supporting the United Nations operations in the area

Left side profile of a Somali woman carrying her child and a 50 kilogram bag of maize on her back as she walks right to left past the camera. Blurred images of other Somalis are seen in the background. The food and supplies provided are in direct support of Operation Restore Hope

Low angle, left side front view of a Canadian Forces Light Armored Vehicle (LAV). It's painted white with a small Canadian Flag decal on the left front corner of the vehicle. A Canadian Forces Soldier mans an unidentifiable machine gun from the top of the vehicle. The vehicle is protecting the US Embassy Compound. This mission is in direct support of Operation Restore Hope

Left side profile, front third section, of an American Trans Air L1011. US Marines from 3rd Battalion, 9th Marine, 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit, Camp Pendleton, California stand in a long line while boarding the aircraft. The Marines have web belts and M16 rifles with them. This is the first redeployment flight from Operation Restore Hope back to the United States. This mission is in direct support of Operation Restore Hope

Left side profile of US Congressman John Lewis, Democrat and Representative from Georgia's Fifth District, standing and talking with a Somali boy and girl. He gestures by pointing his index finger of his right hand at the boy. A member of the media, left, points a video camera at the Congressman. A Somali man sits on the ground in the foreground. Another Somali man stands behind the children in the background. Congressman Lewis is in Somalia visiting the people involved in the mission of Operation Restore Hope

Medium Close-up of the left side set of wheels and landing gear on a US Air Force C-130 Hercules. A1C Scott Musgrove, right, a C-130 crew chief assigned to the 772nd Airlift Squadron, 463rd Airlift Wing, Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, inserts air into a tire that he just changes on the aircraft. This mission is in direct support of Operation Restore Hope

Left side profile of a Canadian Forces Soldier manning a M60 machine gun in the bunker that guards the entrance to Belet Huen Field, Somalia. A Canadian Flag waves to the right of the frame. Behind it is a US Marine KC-130 Refueling Plane. Only the right wing of the aircraft is seen. Somali Nationals are to the left of the frame walking down a dirt road. This mission is in direct support of Operation Restore Hope

Left side rear view of a C-130 Hercules sitting on the tarmac at Moi International Airport, Mombasa, Kenya. Three members of the 772nd Airlift Squadron, 463rd, Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, do maintenance checks after changing a tire on the aircraft. This mission is in direct support of Operation Restore Hope

Left side front view of the nose section on a US Marine KC-130 Refueling Plane from VMGR-352, El Toro, Marine Corps Air Station, California, at Belet Huen Field, Somalia. Two crew members from the KC-130 stand in front of the aircraft. In the background is a right side profile of a US Marine AH-1 "Cobra" helicopter which is receiving the fuel from the KC-130. Sand being blown up by the prop wash from the KC-130 is obstructing the view of the helicopter. The refueling allows the helicopters to return to escorting a food convoy (not shown) and preventing them from being robbed or harassed by Somali bandits. This mission is in direct support of Operation Restore Hope

Long shot, left side rear view of an Italian Forces Helicopter, Agusta-Sikorsky AS-61, on the runway at Mogadishu Airport after an emergency landing. In the extreme foreground lies the front nose gear for the helicopter. US Air Force fire department teams from McChord, Travis, and Charleston Air Force Bases responded to the scene and foamed the area around the helicopter where fuel has leaked from it. The runway was closed for approximately three hours. This mission is in direct support of Operation Restore Hope

Left side front view of an Italian Forces Helicopter, Agusta-Sikorsky AS-61, at Mogadishu Airport after an emergency landing. A US Army Crash Recovery Crane is removing the damaged aircraft from the runway. Photographers and fire department personnel are seen observing the operation. This mission is in direct support of Operation Restore Hope

Medium shot of the left side fuselage on a C-130 Hercules. Three members of the 772nd Airlift Squadron, 463rd, Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, do maintenance checks after changing a tire on the aircraft. This mission is in direct support of Operation Restore Hope

Medium Close-up, left side profile, of US Air Force SSGT Rick Robinson from the 52nd CCS, Robins Air Force Base, Georgia. He reaches out and touches with his right hand a SB 3865 Tactical Telephone Switch at the US Embassy in Mogadishu, Somalia. The 52nd provides the communications support for the Air Force Air Mobility Element deployed to Mogadishu, Somalia. This mission is in direct support of Operation Restore Hope

Left side rear view of US Army PFC Robert Hatke and Army CPL Mike Dubose, both Medical Lab Technicians, 86th Combat Support Hospital from Fort Campbell, Kentucky, as they check out their equipment after arriving at Operation Restore Hope

Medium shot, left side profile, of SRA Thomas Deierlein, from the 52nd CCS, Robins Air Force Base, Georgia. His hands are on the keyboard of an AN/TSQ-111, which is a Data Control Center. All data transmissions go through the AN/TSQ-111. This mission is in direct support of Operation Restore Hope

Left side profile of a Somali woman looking through the viewfinder of a videotape recorder. US Navy CHIEF Photographer's Mate Robert Sasek shows the woman how the camera works. Sasek, an Alton, Illinois native, is deployed with Pacific Fleet Combat Camera Group to Somalia to document the efforts of Joint Task Force Somalia. This mission is in direct support of Operation Restore Hope

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