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Panoramic View of Nearly Total Devastation of San Francisco Other Effects of the Disaster "This view of the San Francisco ruins shows many square blocks completely leveled. The photograph was taken on May 1, 1906, almost a month after the disaster. Much of the debris had already been hauled away leaving only empty ash-blackened blocks. Rebuilding of small buildings had begun

The Month of Matrimony

Return of the "wolf" after a 15 month cruise. Captin Neerger, with the order of Merit presented to him by admiral Bachmann, among his officers. March 6, 1918

American Red Cross - Salvage - Red Cross Salvage Campaign. There is a use for everything no matter how old or how worn it is; this is the motto of the Red Cross Salvage Campaign which is now in progress over the entire country. Old clothes, clothes, tinfoil, books, and other discards are in the collection. Part of 10,000 pounds of tinfoil collected in one month, valued at $1,700

Return of the "wolf" after a 15 month cruise. Taking the hydroplane "Wolfchen" off the deck. It rendered excellent reconnaissance service during the cruise of the "Wolf". March 6, 1918

American Library Association - O through R - This load is typical of those taken to quarantine camps and to troop trains, except that "Side boards" are removed to permit the showing of magazines in the picture. During one month approximately 40,000 magazines were taken to the isolation camp and directly to men in temporary quarantine about the camp. All departing troop trains are supplied with magazines: one bundle of from 25 to 30 is placed in each coach before the men entrain. Camp Doniphan

Airplanes - Materials - Aviation Material. Plantation No. 2, 3rd month. United West Indies, Corp., San Michel, Haiti

Return of the "Wolf" after 15 month cruise. Admiral Bachmann greets officers and men. March 6, 1918

Return of the "Wolf" after 15 month cruise. The crew of the "Wolf". March 6, 1918

Return of the "wolf after a 15 month cruise. Admiral Bachmann (left) at salute to the Emperor

Airplanes - Materials - Aviaiton Material. Plantation No. 4. 4th month. United West Indies Corp., San Michel, Haiti

Return of the "Wolf" after a 15 month cruise. Taking the hydroplane "Wolfchen" off the deck. It rendered excellent reconnaissance service during the cruise of the "Wolf". March 6, 1918

United States Marine Corps First Lieutenant Marine Ace, Frank C."Red"Thomas, from Longview Farm Martinsburg, West Virginia, had nine Japanese planes to his credit. He scored all his victories in the month of January 1944

Berkeley's Eleanor Davisson last month celebrated her twentieth year of service at the Laboratory. Eleanor was administrative assistant to Ernest Lawrence until his death and now does the same job for Director Edwin McMillan. Photo taken February 12, 1963. Morgue 1963-4 (P-2) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Mountain of discarded cans representing 369,000 feet of Bevatron film processed by Technical Photography during the accelerator's first month back in operation after a long shutdown with Phil Larrick, Technical Photographer at right. Photo taken June 1963. Morgue 1963-95 (P-1) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Seward, Alaska, view

Slack tide project - Repairing earthquake damage to the 36-inch sewer outfall in the anchorage tidal flats area is being done under an Army Corps of Engineers contract held by National Mechanical Contractors, incorporated, Anchorage. The work must be done during minus tides. The minus tides will not occur again until next month. Meantime the contractor has other areas above the tidal zone to repair under the $199.000 contract. Aug 1964

An aerial port bow view of the Forrestal Class Aircraft Carrier, USS FORRESTAL (CVA 59) underway approximately one month after fires and explosions damaged the ship leaving 132 crewmen dead, 62 injured, and two missing and presumed dead while on duty in waters off Vietnam. The FORRESTAL is homeport at Norfolk, Virginia

D'aug Days (Pronounced Dog) is a Month Long Presentation of All the Arts at Downtown Cincinnati's Immensely Popular Public Plaza, Fountain Square, Dancers from New Media Theater, a Cincinnati Group

August brings the "D'aug Days" to Fountain Square, "D'aug Days" is a Month Long Festival of Arts Presented to, for, and Sometimes by, the People, Late Worker in the Du Bois Tower Looks Out at the Gathering Crowd in the Square

Photograph of President Gerald R. Ford and Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi of Iran Looking at Charts Related to the USS Mayaguez Military Operation Conducted Earlier in the Month

Jimmy Carter - Black History Month Message

Red Cross Month

4-15 College Announcement; 16-27 Heart Month; 28-30 Susan's friend

Base dentist LTC Charles Harrold allows children to look in his mouth during the Dental Awareness Month. The dentist is promoting a "Get to Know Your Dentist" program at the Anderson Grade School on the base

A view of the forward deck, looking toward the stern, of the nuclear-powered attack submarine SAN FRANCISCO (SSN-711) underway during sea trials held about one month before commissioning. The ship was built by Newport News Shipbuilding

An aerial port beam view of the nuclear-powered attack submarine SAN FRANCISCO (SSN-711) underway during sea trails held about one month before commissioning. The ship was built by Newport News Shipbuilding

A starboard bow view of the nuclear-powered attack submarine SAN FRANCISCO (SSN-711) underway during sea trials held about one month before commissioning. The ship was built by Newport News Shipbuilding

A bow view of the nuclear-powered attack submarine SAN FRANCISCO (SSN-711) underway during sea trails held about one month before commissioning. The ship was built by Newport News Shipbuilding

A starboard bow view of the nuclear-powered attack submarine SAN FRANCISCO (SSN-711) underway during sea trials held one month before commissioning. The submarine was built by Newport News Shipbuilding

A port bow view of the SAN FRANCISCO (SSN-711) underway during sea trials held one month before its commissioning. The nuclear-powered attack submarine was built by Newport News Shipbuilding

The first phased array radar for the Aegis Combat System is lifted aboard the guided missile cruiser TICONDEROGA (CG-47) during the ship's construction by Ingalls Shipbuilding. All four fixed arrays are scheduled to be installed this month on the cruiser, which is the first warship in the Navy to carry Aegis, the world's most advanced air defense missile system to date

An Air Force F-16A Fighting Falcon takes off. The F-16A is from the 428th Tactical Fighter Squadron located at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, and is here to fly with Marine F-4 Phantom aircraft in support of Hawaii-based Army units. The event is a Joint Chiefs of STAFF exercise, which will last for one month (2 Oct to 2 Nov 1981)

An Air Force F-16A Fighting Falcon aircraft is being directed by a ground crewman and is parked next to two Marine F-4 Phantom II aircraft. The F-16A is from the 428th Tactical Fighter Squadron located at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev., and is here to fly with Marine F-4 Phantom II aircraft in support of Hawaii-based Army units. The event is a Joint Chiefs of STAFF exercise, which will last for one month (Oct. 2 - Nov. 2, 1981)

Upon his arrival in Hawaii, the pilot of this Air Force F-16A Fighting Falcon aircraft who has just landed, receives the traditional ring of flowers around his neck and a kiss from a pretty lady. The F-16A is from the 428th Tactical Fighter Squadron located at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, and is here to fly with Marine F-4 Phantom aircraft in support of Hawaii-based Army units. The event is a Joint Chiefs of STAFF exercise, which will last for one month (2 Oct to 2 Nov 1981)

By the time this Air Force F-16A Fighting Falcon aircraft came to a stop, there were at least two ladies there to welcome the pilot, Hawaiian style. The F-16A is from the 428th Tactical Fighter Squadron located at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, and is here to fly with Marine F-4 Phantom aircraft in support of Hawaii-based Army units. The event is a Joint Chiefs of STAFF exercise, which will last for one month (2 Oct - 2 Nov)

A midshipman tosses a line to pier from the United States Naval Academy yacht ASTRAL. The ship is returning from a month long midshipmen's cruise in the Caribbean

A starboard bow view of the United States Naval Academy yacht ASTRAL returning to pier after a month long midshipmen's cruise in the Caribbean

Midshipmen pose on the bow of the United States Naval Academy yacht ASTRAL after returning from a month long midshipmen's cruise in the Caribbean. Captain Barry A. Gastrock, Commanding Officer and CHIEF navigator of the ASTRAL, is at far left, top row

A midshipman mans the helm of the United States Naval Academy yacht ASTRAL during a month long midshipmen's cruise in the Caribbean

A midshipman mans the helm of the United States Naval Academy yacht ASTRAL during a month long midshipmen's cruise in the Caribbean. Captain Barry A. Gastrock, Commanding Officer of the ASTRAL, is at the right

Captain Barry A. Gastrock is presented a bouquet of roses by a midshipman in appreciation for services rendered during a month long midshipmen's cruise in the Caribbean. Gastrock served as commanding officer and chief navigator of the Naval Academy yacht ASTRAL

GUNNER Bertrand Ramallard, one of 108 visiting Canadians from Battery X, 5th Light Artillery Regiment, stands by his howitzer awaiting further firing orders during a field exercise. The Canadians swapped places with Battery C, 1ST Battalion, 321st Field Artillery, who deployed to Canada for a month of training

Aerial starboard view of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS ENTERPRISE (CVN-65) passing beneath the Golden Gate Bridge upon its return from an eight month deployment

Technical Sergeant Don Von Hagel, a member of Vance's security police team, checks identification cards at the east gate while wearing a chemial warfare suit. To complete annual training requirements, security policemen at the base will wear the suits two hours each day for one month

US Navy Radioman 2nd Class (RM2) Jesus Cordero mans the helm aboard the Ecuadorian corvette LOS RIOS (CM 13) during the joint Operation UNITAS XXV. RM2 CORDERO volunteered for duty aboard the ship during the four and one-half month long exercise

A ceremony takes place to mark the beginning of Operation UNITAS XXV, a four and one-half month long exercise involving participants from the United States and South America. Visible in the background is the patrol combatant missile (hydrofoil) USS ARIES (PHM 5)

A 57th Fighter Weapons Wing F-4 Phantom II aircraft is parked in front of the Officers Open Mess during a farewell party for the aircraft. The US Air Force Fighter Weapons School dropped its F-4 course this month

Crew members man the rails aboard the battleship USS IOWA (BB-61) as the ship returns to port. The IOWA is returning from a three month deployment to the Baltic Sea and North Atlantic. The guided missile cruiser USS TICONDEROGA (CG-47) is underway in the background

Lieutenant Junior Grade John Donovan and CHIEF Machinist's Mate Chris Archut inspect the crew of Division M aboard the battleship USS IOWA (BB-61). The IOWA is returning from a three month deployment to the Baltic Sean and North Atlantic

Crew members handle mooring lines from the stern of the battleship USS IOWA (BB-61) as the ship prepares to dock at Pier No. 11. The IOWA is returning from a three month deployment to the Baltic Sea and North Atlantic

Machinist's mates stand ready for inspection on the fantail of the battleship USS IOWA (BB-61). The IOWA is returning from a three month deployment to the Baltic Sea and North Atlantic

Crew members chosen for petty officer or non-rated man of the month in 1985 pose for a photo aboard the battleship USS IOWA (BB 61). Kneeling left to right: YN3 (SW) Marc Carlock, YN3 Jerry Mayes and LT3 Dru Rhyne. Standing left to right: Commander (CDR) A.C. Beck Jr., executive officer; Captain (CAPT) Gerald E. Gneckow, commanding officer; PN2 Robert Lemmond, YN2 (SW) Rick Rowe, MA1 (SW) John Zelnik, YN1 (SW) Dave Chambers, PH1 (SW) Jeff Hilton, Lieutenant Commander (LCDR) O.W. Wright and BMCM (SW) Bobby Scott, command master chief

STAFF SGT. Jourdan Ornorg checks bins at the main supply warehouse of the forward supply section of the 619th MIlitary Airlift Support Squadron. The squadron is assigned with the task of finding whatever part may be needed to fill any of the 300 Military Airlift Command strategic airlift planes passing through the based each month

TECH. SGT. Edwin Navarez, left, and STAFF SGT. Guy Enjada tow a C-130 Hercules aircraft engine into the supply storage hangar at the forward supply section of the 619th Military Airlift Support Squadron. The squadron has a 24-hour facility that supplies parts and fixes some 300 Military Airlift Command strategic airlift planes passing through each month

STAFF SGT. Paul Port from the 619th M ilitary Airlift Support Squadron (619th MASS) marshalls a C-5 Galaxy in to a parking spot. The squadron has a 24-hour maintenance facility that supports about 300 Military Airlift Command strategic airlift planes each month

Two large harbor tugs (YTBs) stand by to position the hospital ship USNS MERCY (T-AH-19) as it arrives to begin a two month good will deployment

An Italian security guard stands watch behind a machine gun mounted on the forward deck of a small boat. President Ronald Reagan is among leaders from seven-nations attending an economic summit this month

Lieutenant Commander (LCDR) Allen Efraimson, Patrol Squadron 45 (VP-45), maintenance officer, discusses the next month's maintenance schedule with Lieutenant (LT) Kyle McCollom, assistant maintenance officer

Soldiers from Fort Lewis, Washington, prepare to board a C-130 Hercules transport aircraft that will return them to their base after nearly a month spent battling fires in Yellowstone National Park as part of a joint military/civilian effort

Marine Corps COL Charles Bolden, an astronaut with the space shuttle program, speaks at Lassiter Theater as part of the air station's observance of Black History Month

Lieutenant Karen Shelburne conducts a routine dental exam on Andrew French as his sister, Jennifer, watches during their visit to the station's dental clinic. Jennifer is holding a balloon in honor of National Children's Dental Health Month

LT. Karen Shelburne takes the fear out of a visit to the dentist as she presents her patients, Andrew and Jennifer French, with a balloon in honor of National Children's Dental Health Month during their visit to the station's dental clinic

A1C Maria Wright, 51st Medical Group, explains dental X-rays to Dennis Kutch during Children's Dental Health Month

A port bow view of the aircraft carrier USS MIDWAY (CV-41) tied up at the carrier pier. The vessel is scheduled for decommissioning at the end of the month

A member of the Kuwaiti police force, armed with an M-16A2 rifle, prepares to patrol an area with other officers. The force is functioning with half of its total membership one month after the liberation of Kuwait during Operation Desert Storm

An officer of the Kuwaiti police force, armed with a 5.56mm M-4 Colt rifle, checks a building accompanied by other members of the force. The force is functioning with half of its total membership one month after the liberation of Kuwait during Operation Desert Storm

An officer of the Kuwaiti police force speaks with local residents as another member of the force, armed with an M-16A2 rifle, stands by. The police force is functioning with half of its total membership one month after the liberation of Kuwait during Operation Desert Storm

U.S. Air Force LT. GEN. Robert Minter Alexander, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Military Manpower and Personnel Policy, gives his opening remarks at the Pentagon, Washington, D.C., March 31, 1993, during the National Women's History Month observance. OSD Package No. A07D-0167 (DOD PHOTO by Helene C. Stikkel) (Released)

The Honorable William J Perry (right), U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense and the Honorable Leslie L Byrne, (D-VA), Representative 11th Congressional District, pose for a photograph at the Pentagon, Washington, D.C., March 31, 1993, during the National Women's History Month observance. OSD Package No. A07D-0167 (DOD PHOTO by Helene C. Stikkel) (Released)

The Honorable William J Perry (center left), U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense, the Honorable Leslie L Byrne (left), (D-VA), Representative 11th Congressional District, U.S. Air Force Brig. GEN. Roberta V. Mills, Tennessee Air National Guard (TNANG), and LT. GEN. Robert Minter Alexander, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Military Manpower and Personnel Policy, pose for a photograph at the Pentagon, Washington, D.C., March 31, 1993, during the National Women's History Month observance. OSD Package No. A07D-0167 (DOD PHOTO by Helene C. Stikkel) (Released)

U.S. Air Force Brig. GEN. Roberta V. Mills, Tennessee Air National Guard (TNANG), speaks about New Frontiers at the Pentagon, Washington, D.C., March 31, 1993, during the National Women's History Month observance. OSD Package No. A07D-0167 (DOD PHOTO by Helene C. Stikkel) (Released)

Ms. Chamerro Cox, a Sixth Grade student at John Tyler Elementary School, Washington, D.C., reads an essay at the Pentagon, March 31, 1993, during the National Women's History Month observance. OSD Package No. A07D-0167 (DOD PHOTO by Helene C. Stikkel) (Released)

Secretary of Defense, Les Aspin, welcomes home U.S. Air Force F-15E Strike Eagle fighter aircraft crew members following a three month rotation to Southwest Asia, at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, N.C., on Mar. 31, 1993. OSD Package No. A07D-00168 (DOD PHOTO by Helene C. Stikkel) (Released)

The Honorable Leslie L Byrne, (D-VA), Representative, 11th Congressional District, gives her keynote address at the Pentagon, March 31, 1993, during the National Women's History Month observance. OSD Package No. A07D-0167 (DOD PHOTO by Helene C. Stikkel) (Released)

David O. Cooke, Director, Administration and Management, and Director, Washington Headquarters Services Office of the Secretary Defense, speaks at the Pentagon, March 31, 1993, during the National Women's History Month observance. OSD Package No. A07D-0167 (DOD PHOTO by Helene C. Stikkel) (Released)

Rear Adm. (lower half) Marsha Evans is presented with the "No Nonsense American Woman of the Month" Bio Award during a ceremony at the Pentegon

Rear Adm. (lower half) Marsha Evans speaks after receiving the "No Nonsense American Woman of the Month" Bio Award during a ceremony at the Pentegon

Photograph of President William J. Clinton Signing the Asian-Pacific American Heritage Awareness Month Proclamation

Photograph of President William J. Clinton Signing the Older American Month Proclamation

An underside view, just before touchdown, of a C-5 Galaxy cargo aircraft from the 9th ALS, Dover A.F.B., Delaware as it lands at the airport. It is the largest aircraft to ever land here. It carried equipment and supplies for the 300 US Army soldiers due to arrive later this month in support of the United Nations peacekeeping operation

1ST LT. Jeannie Flynn poses behind a model of an F-15E Strike Eagle prior to the press conference which marked the start of a six month tactical training period to fly the F-15E. 1ST LT. Flynn is the first female entered into the Air Force fighter pilot training program

Aviation Machinist AIRMAN Apprentice (ADAA) Christopher N. Howell performs maintenance on the squash blade of the rotors on the SH-60B helicopter. ADAA Howell is stationed with the Light Helicopter Antisubmarine Squadron 42 (HSL-42) Detachment 5 Helicopter Squadron on board the guided missile cruiser USS NORMANDY (CG-60) which is currently operating in the Adriatic Sea. HSL-42 is homebased in Mayport, Florida. ADAA Howell has been with the squadron for 1 1/2 years and is on his first 6 month cruise.(Exact date unknown)

Crewmembers of the nuclear-powered guided missile cruiser USS LONG BEACH (CGN-9) watch their dependents on the pier as the ship departs the 32nd Street Naval Base for the last time. Upon completion of a six month Eastern Pacific deployment the cruiser will go to Norfolk, Virginia for decommissioning. A Mark 10 missile launcher is behind the sailors and is loaded with SM-2 training missiles

Sailors in the aircraft intermediate maintenance department (AIMD) check the inventory in a parts screening pool on board the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN (CVN-72). The ship is homeward bound after a six month deployment for WestPac '93

The large harbor tug WENATCHEE (YTB-808) pushes the nuclear-powered guided missile cruiser USS LONG BEACH (CGN-9) toward the 32nd Street pier so that the mooring lines can be cast off as the ship deploys for the last time from the 32nd Street Naval Base. At the completion of a six month Eastern Pacific deployment, the ship will go to Norfolk, Virginia for decommissioning

A second class machinist mate checks the torque force calibrator in the aircraft intermediate maintenance department on board the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN (CVN-72). The ship is homeward bound after a six month deployment for WestPac '93

Test firing of a Phalanx Mark 15 close in weapons system (CIWS) on board the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN (CVN-72). The LINCOLN is on the homeward bound leg of a six month deployment for WestPac '93

An AIM-7 Sea Sparrow missile is test fired from the Mark 29 NATO Sea Sparrow launcher on the port quarter of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN (CVN-72). The LINCOLN is on the homeward bound leg of a six month deployment on WestPac '93

A bow on view of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN (CVN-72) as the ship moves up the channel past Ford Island. The LINCOLN is stopping over in Hawaii before returning to the ship's homeport at Alameda, California after completing a six month deployment on WestPac '93

Friends and relatives of the crew of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN (CVN-72) (not shown) wait on the pier for the ship to dock completing a six month deployment on WestPac '93

The combat support ship USS CAMDEN (AOE-2) and the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS CARL VINSON (CVN-70) flank the Military Sealift Command combat stores ship USNS MARS (T-AFS-1) and oiler USS PECOS (T-AO-197) during a vertical replenishment operation off the coast of Sri Lanka. The CARL VINSON Battle Group is about to enter the Arabian Gulf on a six month deployment

The landing craft air cushion vehicle LCAC-46, assigned to Marine Expeditionary Unit 24 (MEU-24), is shown underway off Naval Station Rota practicing beach landings. MEU-24 has been assigned to the amphibious assault ship USS INCHON (LPH-12), (background), for a six month deployment in the Mediterranean Sea. Units from the USS GUAM's (LPH-9) Amphibious Ready Force are replacing them so they can return state side

Captain M.H. Kennedy, commanding officer USS SARATOGA (CV-60) is shown leading a flight of F/A-18 Hornet aircraft to Naval Air Station Cecil Field. The twenty one aircraft from Cecil Field's own Strike Fighter Squadron's 81 and 83 (VFA-81) and (VFA-83) are returning home from a successful six month deployment to the Mediterranean Sea

Captain M.H. Kennedy, commanding officer USS SARATOGA (CV-60) is shown leading a flight of F/A-18 Hornet aircraft to Naval Air Station Cecil Field. The twenty one aircraft from Cecil Field's own Strike Fighter Squadron's 81 and 83 (VFA-81) and (VFA-83) are returning home from a successful six month deployment to the Mediterranean Sea

Captain M.H. Kennedy, commanding officer USS SARATOGA (CV-60) is shown leading a flight of F/A-18 Hornet aircraft to Naval Air Station Cecil Field. The twenty one aircraft from Cecil Field's own Strike Fighter Squadron's 81 and 83 (VFA-81) and (VFA-83) are returning home from a successful six month deployment to the Mediterranean Sea

Chad and Ashley Deweese keep a look out for their father, ABE2 Matt Deweese, from the pier at Naval Station Mayport as the aircraft carrier USS SARATOGA (CV-60) arrives from its final cruise, a six month deployment to the Mediterranean

A large crowd of friends and families of the crewmembers of the aircraft carrier USS SARATOGA (CV-60) wait anxiously on the pier for the ship to arrive from her final cruise, a six month deployment to the Mediterranean Sea

A starboard side view of the aircraft carrier USS SARATOGA (CV-60) as the ship enters the turning basin at Naval Station Mayport upon completion of her final cruise, a six month deployment to the Mediterranean. The SARATOGA is scheduled to be decommissioned on August 20, 1994 after more than 38 years of service

A starboard bow view of the aircraft carrier USS SARATOGA (CV-60) entering the turning basin at Naval Station Mayport upon completion of her final cruise, a six month deployment in the Mediterranean. The ship is scheduled to be decommissioned on August 20, 1994