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Crane - Pier Cap for Vertical Legs

Crane Hercules, Reconstruction of, Erection of Superstructure, Cap for Including Pier Legs

Photograph of Boring Holes for Dowels in Chair Legs

Richard, Pat, Julie, and Tricia at the beach in Mantoloking, New Jersey with their dog Checkers. Checkers stands on hind legs

Fabricating bubble chamber support legs. Photograph taken November 26, 1962. Bubble Chamber-1222 - Photographer: George Kagawa

Jack Smith, 42, a Disabled Miner Who Lives in Rhodell, West Virginia, Shown with One of His Daughters, Debra, in the Tavern He Now Operates, He Had Worked in the Mines One Year When His Legs were Crushed in a Roof Cave-in, it Took Him 18 Years to Received Workman's Compensation, His Wheelchair was Bought for Him by His Friend, Arnold Miller, Now President of the United Mine Workers Smith is Active in the Union, and Has Manned Picket Lines in the Past

STS064-27-012 - STS-064 - MS Linenger's legs on the interdeck ladder

STS064-27-013 - STS-064 - MS Linenger's legs on the interdeck ladder

STS064-27-010 - STS-064 - MS Linenger's legs on the interdeck ladder

STS064-27-011 - STS-064 - MS Linenger's legs on the interdeck ladder

A construction crew installs one of the supporting legs for the new radar system

The ramp and legs rub together on the XM-971E1 semi-trailer van as it is uploaded into the cargo opening of a C-130 Hercules aircraft. The purpose of the van is to house and transport sensitive electronics equipment under operating conditions

The landing legs of an M872 trailer are adjusted prior to loading during LIFELINE Operations. The operations are being conducted by the 155th, 567th and 870th Transportation companies

A therapist helps a patient exercise his arms and legs during physical therapy at the Fitzsimons Army Medical Center

James Foley of the United States massages his legs after the five kilometer race during the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM)

Marines hold the legs and count the repetitions of participants in the Youth Physical Fitness sit-up event

Marines hold the legs and count the repetitions of participants in the Youth Physical Fitness Day sit-up event

A Marine Corps recruit holds another recruits legs while he performs sit-ups during physical training at the Recruit Training Depot, San Diego

A corpsman wraps the legs of one of the crewmen injured during an engine room fire aboard the aircraft carrier USS CONSTELLATION (CV-64)

STS050-03-001 - STS-050 - Legs and feet of an unidentified male crewmember transiting the airlock.

STS050-19-016 - STS-050 - Feet and lower legs of an unidentified crewmember on the inter deck ladder.

STS050-03-004 - STS-050 - Legs and feet of an unidentified male crewmember transiting the airlock.

STS050-19-015 - STS-050 - Feet and lower legs of an unidentified crewmember on the inter deck ladder.

STS050-03-003 - STS-050 - Legs and feet of an unidentified male crewmember transiting the airlock.

STS054-29-033 - STS-054 - EVA crewmember's legs dangling over empty space and payload bay, Earth below.

STS054-29-035 - STS-054 - EVA crewmember's legs dangling over empty space and payload bay,Earth below.

STS054-29-034 - STS-054 - EVA crewmember's legs dangling over empty space and payload bay,Earth below.

Captain Wille, attached to the 10th Mountain Division, Ft. Drum, NY, treats a young Haitian girl with an infection on her legs as her mother holds her arms. The child lives near the Industrial Complex in Port-au-Prince, Haiti where elements of the 10th Mountain Division are staying during Operation Restore Democracy. Exact Date Shot Unknown

Lumber for desks and tables is unloaded from a truck and stacked at a school yard in Port-au-Prince by soldiers of the 27th Engineer Battalion, 20th Engineer Brigade, Ft. Bragg, NC. The desk legs were cut the day before to save time at the construction site. This is a civil affairs mission during Operation Restore Democracy

STS067-364-006 - STS-067 - Astronaut legs and Durrance with ASTRO-2 DDS computer

STS067-364-005 - STS-067 - Astronaut legs and Durrance with ASTRO-2 DDS computer

At the entrance to Cheyenne Mountain Air Station, the ORI scenario was: "Workman down with broken ankle on roof of air conditioning mechanical bay." Responding to the radio call, the fire department, after locating the victim, put a splinter on his legs, placed him onto a stokes litter, rigged a hoist and performed a vertical rescue by lowering him off the roof for transport to the hospital. They were participating in the 21st Space Wing's Operational Readiness Inspection conducted at Cheyenne Mountain Air Station and Peterson AFB, Colo., 13 to 17 February 1996. The Inspector General's Team tested their ability to respond to battle conditions, power outages, mobility deployments, aircraft...

STS063-41-022 - STS-063 - Cdr. Wetherbee wearing towels on his legs

STS063-41-023 - STS-063 - Cdr. Wetherbee wearing towels on his legs

Military Photographer of the Year Winner 1997 Title: Suzanne's Sanctuary Category: Picture Story Place: Honorable Mention Exact Date Shot Unknown Caption: Suzanne Pavlat, 8, has spent most of her young life fighting cancer. Her ordeal began when she was 3 1/2 years old. Lethargic, loosing weight and feeling pains in her legs, she was immediately put on chemotherapy treatment after she was diagnosed with neuroblastoma, a disease in which cancer cells are found in certain nerve cells in the body. "As the only child, we baby her. She's very active. She's in church choir and Girl Scouts. Last year she sold the most Girl Scout cookies in the neighborhood", her mom Barbara said. She's ...

STS063-41-024 - STS-063 - Cdr. Wetherbee wearing towels on his legs

STS063-41-025 - STS-063 - Cdr. Wetherbee wearing towels on his legs

Military Photographer of the Year Winner 1998 Title: "No Wimps Allowed" Category: Feature Place: Honorable Mention Feature/Second Place Portfolio and the National Press Photographers Association Award. Aching arms and legs don't deter these USAF recruits from spending hours learning swimming techniques. They are training to be a part of one of the most elite specialties in the military - Combat Controller and Pararescue forces. Before completing the course, trainees must meet final requirements, which include a 6-mile run in 42.3 minutes, a 4,000-meter swim with fins in 80 minutes, and 75 push-ups, 80 sit-ups, 13 pull-ups, 14 chin-ups and 85 flutter kicks in two minutes each. And all of...

Aching arms and legs don't deter this trainee from spending hours learning swimming techniques. Some techniques to be mastered are buddy breathing, water treading, drown proofing and underwater equipment recovery (Techniques not shown). This image is seen in the August 1998 edition of AIRMAN Magazine

An elderly gentleman pleas with the gate guard of the Rima ice factory to let him pass through ahead of everyone else waiting to buy ice. The man is a diabetic and has severe pains in his legs and is unable to stand in line. The demand for ice is so great that the owner of this factory has limited the sale of ice to one bag per person. The Rima ice factory is one of three in the local area which is currently working with the US Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to provide ice for the local communities hit by the devastating winds of Hurricane George

An elderly gentleman uses the gate at the Rima ice factory to support himself while standing in line to buy ice. The man is a diabetic and suffers from severe pains in both his legs but his need for ice in Puerto Rico's scorching heat far out ways his pain. The demand for ice is so great that the owner of the factory limits the sale of ice to one bag per person. The Rima ice factory is one of three in the local area which is currently working with the US Federal Emergency Management (FEMA) to provide ice for the local communities hit by the devastating winds of Hurricane George

Red Legs from the 320th Field Artillery fire downrange with their 105mm howitzer during a field exercise

A soldier assigned to the 50th Engineer Company, 1ST Platoon, Camp Laguardia, Republic of Korea, and elements of the 2-9 Infantry, Camp Casey, ROK, rest after building a pontoon bridge on the Imjin River, ROK, for a simulated bridge building training exercise on Oct. 22, 1998. As a safety precaution their pant legs have been debloused to allow water drainage in the event they were to fall into the river

The 2nd Infantry Division convoy is parked as the soldiers walk about stretching their legs after a four hour drive, at the heavy lift pad on Camp Carroll, Republic of Korea, on Oct. 23, 1998. The 2nd Infantry Division convoy is utilizing their 1ST fuel and rest point, heading to the northern part of South Korea in support of Foal Eagle '98. Foal Eagle is a deployment exercise that takes place once a year in Korea

Straight on medium shot as members of the Hungarian Engineering Contingent, pour cement into a barrier. The top portion of the barrier will be welded to the legs of the bridge (Not shown) so the bridge does not shift. Supply routes (Not shown) for Stabilization Force Personnel, have to be in good condition to allow the freedom of movement in Bosnia-Herzegovina. A bridge near the construction site located in Doboj, Bosnia was downgraded due to excessive traffic flow. The solution is the Maybe and Johnson bridge

Straight on medium shot as members of the Hungarian Engineering Contingent, pour cement into a barrier. The top portion of the barrier will be welded to the legs of the bridge (Not shown) so the bridge does not shift. Supply routes (Not shown) for Stabilization Force Personnel, have to be in good condition to allow the freedom of movement in Bosnia-Herzegovina. A bridge near the construction site located in Doboj Bosnia, was downgraded due to heavy traffic flow. The solution is the Maybe and Johnson bridge

Corporal Jeffrey T. Perkerson with the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU), begins swinging his legs around a rope in order to stop himself while sliding, or fast-roping, from USS USS BELLEAU WOOD's flight deck to its hanger deck. Marines from the MEU's ground combat element spent this morning brushing up on their fast roping and rappelling skills from a static CH-46E Sea Knight helicopter

Straight on medium shot of USAF Colonel Richard Parker, 820th Red Horse Squadron Commander as he answers questions at a news conference about their deployment to Albania for critical road and bridge repairs. News reporters and videographers are seen in the foreground. A statue of a red horse rearing up on its hind legs is seen in the background. This image was taken on June 8th, 1999

US Air Force Captains Paul Frydenlund and Michael Drew, copilots of a C-5 Galaxy aircraft from the 349th Air Mobility Wing, Travis Air Force Base, California, review paperwork at 35,000 feet in the crew compartment. On board the aircraft is a US Navy Mark V special operations craft, a 50-ton, 82-foot-long speed boat (not shown) used to insert and extract SEAL combat swimmers in and out of high-threat areas. This long-Haul mission to Spain required an augmented crew, because of its duration and numerous legs. This photo is part of the article "In a "Galaxy' Far, Far Away" from the October 1999 issue of AIRMAN Magazine

STS092-336-003 - STS-092 - McArthur's legs as seen during EVA next to Z1 truss

STS092-395-009 - STS-092 - Legs of an EMU suit in the orbiter middeck

STS092-397-001 - STS-092 - EMU suited legs of McArthur in the orbiter middeck airlock

Sergeants Rob Erickson (holding legs) and Gary Wilkerson, of the Los Angeles Sheriffs Department, teach 35th Security Forces Squadron (SFS) troops from Misawa Air Base, Japan, how to carry an injured hostage. The Los Angeles Sheriffs Department's special enforcement bureau sent its special weapons and tactics, or SWAT, team to Misawa to train the 35th SFS' emergency services team (EST). Misawa's EST is a team of security force members specially trained to handle high risk situations

The legs of US Air Force STAFF Sergeant Keith Vivian, Assistant Noncommissioned Officer in Charge (NCOIC) of Bus Maintenance at Prince Sultan Air Base, Saudi Arabia, does routine maintenance a bus engine. SSGT Vivian is part of the coalition forces of the 363d Air Expeditionary Wing, Prince Sultan Air Base, Saudi Arabia, that enforce the no-fly and no-drive zone in Southern Iraq to protect and defend against Iraqi aggression in support of Operation SOUTHERN WATCH

During Marine Week of the Career Orientation and Training of Midshipmen (CORTRAMID) West 2001 at Marine Corps Base (MCB) Camp Pendleton, California, midshipman Brittany Caranto swings her legs forward to mount the monkey bars on the obstacle course

US Air Force (USAF) STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Chelsea Duncan, Precision Guided Missiles Crew CHIEF, 39th Maintenance Squadron (MXS), uses free weights to build up her legs by performing dead lifts, inside the base gym at Incirlik Air Base (AB), Turkey

S111E5224 - STS-111 - Chang-Diaz's EMU lower torso (legs) suspended against an Earth view during STS-111 UF-2 EVA 2

STS113-343-001 - STS-113 - STS-113 crewmember's feet & legs dangle between EMUs in the ODS

US Air Force (USAF) AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Terrick Turner, a Security Police (SP) assigned to the 91st Space Wing (SW), Minot Air Force Base (AFB), North Dakota (ND), throws his legs over the "Belly Buster" during the Security Forces Obstacle Course competition conducted at Vandenberg Air Force Base (AFB) California (CA), during Exercise GUARDIAN CHALLENGE 2002. Guardian Challenge, a four-day space and missile competition, is hosted annually at Vandenberg AFB, CA to test the wartime readiness of Air Force Space Command (AFSPC) professionals

US Marine Corps (USMC) members of Marine Wing Support Squadron 271 (MWSS-271) take a break to stretch their legs while on a two-hour layover to Kuwait International Airport, at Aviano Air Base (AB) in Italy

US Army (USA) Doctors assigned to Joint Task Force Four (JTF-4) checks the injuries of an Iraqi man inside the Yarmuk Hospital, located in Baghdad, Iraq. The man was found laying on a gurney with shrapnel wounds and multiple fractures to his arms and legs and without food and water for two days. USA Soldiers assigned to the 96th Civil Affairs Battalion and Joint Task Force Four (JTF-4) were conducting a survey of the hospital to assess damage done by looting, during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

Mr. Rob Swenson, Maintenance Technician, 100th Operations Support Squadron (OSS), performs operational checks on the Hydraulic Power Unit which powers the motion legs and flight controls of the US Air Force (USAF) KC-135 Simulator at Royal Air Force (RAF), Mildenhall, United Kingdom (UK), The simulator is one of 20 that make up the KC-135 Aircrew Training System which is distributed across 14 Continental United States and two overseas locations

Wrapped in a cloth to reduce dust going in his mouth, an unnamed US Army (USA) Soldier stretches his legs when his convoy stopped for a brief rest on the road from Gereshk to Laskar Gah, Afghanistan (AFG). The convoy of military and civilian vehicles is spread over several miles of open desert during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM

US Navy (USN) Rear Admiral (RADM) Michael K. Loose, Commander, Naval Facilities Engineering Command and CHIEF of Civil Engineers, presents the Purple Heart Medal to USN SEAMAN (SN) Leo "Jerry" Geibel, Equipment Operator Constructionman. SN Geibel, Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Seven Four (NMCB-74), Gulfport, Mississippi (MS), sustained severe injuries to his legs when they deflected a rocket-propelled grenade (RPG) exploding on a wall behind him in the Ramadi area of Iraq during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. SN Geibel's Navy doctors expect him to make a full recovery

US Marine Corps (USMC) Corporal (CPL) Scott, (front, standing), Headquarters and Service Battalion (H&S BN), Marine Forces Pacific (MARFORPAC), Camp H. M. Smith, Hawaii (HI), performs vertical sit-ups as Lance Corporal (LCPL) Harlaman (front, seated), H&S BN, MARFORPAC, holds his legs, while participating in a unit wide conditioning exercise to enhance their combat readiness and improve their personal physical fitness

Eklas Abbas (left), a young Iraqi woman injured during a battle between US Marines and insurgents, back in August 2004, is taken by a medically equipped High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) to a Polish hospital in Karbarla, Iraq along with her mother, sister and niece during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. There, she will undergo reconstructive surgery to the remainder of her legs, lost due to an unexploded mortar round crashing through her bedroom wall while she was sleeping. US Army (USA) SPECIALIST Fourth Class (SFC) Angela Walker (right) a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) from the Task Force 198th Battalion Aid Station (BAS) will oversee her care and support during the trip

Enas Abbas receives some gifts from US Army (USA) Colonel (COL) John Ottenbacher, Task Force 198th's Battalion Aid Station (BAS), prior to departing Forward Operating Base (FOB) Hotel. Enas is the niece of Eklas Abbas, a young Iraqi woman whose legs were badly injured during a battle between US Marines and insurgents in August 2004. Eklas's mother and sister will be transported in a medically equipped High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) to a Polish hospital in Karbarla where she will undergo reconstructive surgery to her legs during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

US Army (USA) Colonel (COL) James A. Polo (far left), Commander, 47th Combat Support Hospital (CSH); USA Sergeant Major (SGM) Amin Arreola (legs behind unit colors), Command Sergeant Major (CSM), 47th CSH; USA Lieutenant General (LGEN) James M. Dubik (left, back to camera), Commanding General (CG), I Corps and Fort Lewis; and USA SGM Tommy A. Williams (right, back to camera), CSM, I Corps and Fort Lewis; participate in furling and casing the 47th CSH unit colors during the 47th CSH Deployment Ceremony, held in Wilson Gym, Fort Lewis, Washington (WA). This is the second time that the 47th CSH is being deployed to Iraq (IRQ) to support Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

U.S. Navy Weapons Department Sailors aboard the Nimitz Class Aircraft Carrier USS GEORGE WASHINGTON (CVN 73) attach sling legs to air foil groups in preparation to transfer ammunition to the Military Sealift Command Kilauea Class Ammunition Ship the USNS MOUNT BAKER (T-AE 34). The USS GEORGE WASHINGTON (CVN 73) is currently conducting training evolutions off the coast of Va. Aug. 17, 2006. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication SPECIALIST SEAMAN Tanner Lange) (Released)

U.S. Navy LT. Rachel Oden (left), a physical therapist embarked with the Medical Treatment Facility aboard the U.S. Navy Military Sealift Command Mercy Class Hospital Ship USNS MERCY (T-AH 19), helps a young Indonesian girl (right), with neuromuscular deficits from polio, strengthen hir legs as part of her twice-daily physical therapy in the physical therapy room aboard the MERCY on Aug. 24, 2006. The MERCY is in the fourth month of a five-month humanitarian and civic assistance deployment to Southeast Asia. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication SPECIALIST SEAMAN Mike Leporati) (RELEASED)

U.S. Navy Hospitalman Elmer Dinglasan attends his last training session in Central Park, N. Y., on Nov. 4, 2006, before competing in the New York City Marathon the following day. Dinglasan lost both legs serving with Marine Expeditionary Unit 22 in Al Anbar Province last January. He is participating in the marathon as part of the Achilles Track Club's Freedom Team. The Achilles Freedom Team provides equipment, training, and financial and moral support to wounded service members wishing to participate in races across the country. (U.S. Navy PHOTO by LT. Lesley Lykins) (Released)

Celebrating the 36th birthday of the U.S. Navy (USN) Amphibious Command Ship USS BLUE RIDGE (LCC 19), USN SEAMAN Rachel Hoffman enjoys some crab legs on the mess deck on Nov. 14, 2006. The meal was held in conjunction with a celebration for all crewmembers that had a birthday in September, October or November. The BLUE RIDGE, commissioned Nov. 14, 1970, is the third ship to bear the name and currently the 7th Fleet Command ship, forward deployed to Yokosuka, Japan. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication SPECIALIST 3rd Class Tucker M. Yates) (Released)

S117E06680 - STS-117 - Reilly holds equipment with his legs on the FWD MDDK of STS-117 Space Shuttle Atlantis