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Photograph of Presentation by NBC of film Meet Mr. Lincoln

Photograph of Presentation of Film of John Glenn's Orbital Flight from NBC to the National Archives

Photograph of Presentation of Film of John Glenn's Orbital Flight from NBC to the National Archives

Photograph of Presentation of Film of John Glenn's Orbital Flight from NBC to the National Archives

Photograph of Presentation of Film of John Glenn's Orbital Flight from NBC to the National Archives

A U.S. Army soldier fires an M-16A1 rifle during a field exercise. He is wearing a Nuclear, Biological and Chemical (NBC) protective mask

Marines wear M17 chemical-biological field masks during nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) training

Photograph of NBC White House Correspondent Tom Brokaw Interviewing President Gerald R. Ford in the White House Library for a Special NBC Broadcast on American Foreign Policy

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Marine SGT William R. Childs, nuclear, biological and chemical (NBC) defense instructor for the 1ST Battalion, 9th Marines, shows members of Company C how to wear NBC field protective clothing during a training class

National Broadcasting Company (NBC) crew members talk with base officials before filming the activities of the 2952nd Combat Logistics Support Squadron

Team members from the 2952nd Combat Logistics Support Squadron, wearing chemical protection suits, begin life saving procedures on a member who was overcome by "nerve gas fumes", during repair procedures on an F-101 Voodoo aircraft. A camera crew from the National Broadcasting Company (NBC) is filming the training exercise

Personnel from the 2952nd Combat Logistics Support Squadron disembark a UH-1 Huey helicopter to make repairs to an F-101 Voodoo aircraft, during a training exercise. A camera crew from the National Broadcasting Company (NBC) is accompanying them

Combat Logistics Support Squadron team members are filmed by the National Broadcasting Company (NBC) Today Show, as they prepare to put on chemical protection suits during repair procedures on an F-101 Voodoo aircraft. This is a training exercise conducted by the 2952nd CLSS

A camera crew from the National Broadcasting Company (NBC) Today Show films SSGT Ken D. Yarber, 401st Combat Logistics Support Squadron, Dayton, Ohio, as he grinds a section of damaged wing surface on an F-101 Voodoo aircraft, during a training exercise conducted by the 2952nd Combat Logistics Support Squadron

A view of team members from the 2952nd Combat Logistics Support Squadron during repair procedures on an F-101 Voodoo aircraft. A camera crew from the National Broadcasting Company (NBC) is filming the training exercise

Private First Class John Danks of Company A, 34th Engineer Battalion, hoses down a jeep with hot soapy water and chemical decontaminant during a training exercise conducted under simulated NBC (Nuclear, Biological, Chemical) conditions

A member of the 34th Engineer Battalion wears potective gear while washing down the deck of a Class-70 ribbon bridge during a training exercise conducted under simulated NBC (Nuclear, Biological Chemical) conditions

Members of the 34th Engineer Battalion ferry trucks across Lake Milford aboard a Class-70 ribbon bridge raft during a training exercise conducted under simulated NBC (Nuclear, Biological, Chemical) conditions

Members of the 1ST Battalion, 37th Field Artillery, use chemical test paper to find contamination levels near a jeep during NBC (Nuclear Biological Chemical warfare training

Sergeant Mike McGee of the 1ST Battalion, 37th Field Artillery, checks the radioactivity level of a jeep using a geiger counter during NBC (Nuclear Biological Chemical warfare training

STAFF Sergeant Fred Moore of Battery C, 1ST Battalion, 37th Field Artillery, uses a spray to decontaminate artillery equipment during NBC (Nuclear Biological Chemical warfare training

Members of the 1ST Battalion, 37th Field Artillery, scrub down a jeep trailer during NBC (Nuclear Biological Chemical warfare training

Members of the 327th Infantry Regiment search a "captured prisoner" during field artillery and NBC (Nuclear Biological Chemical warfare training

Members of the Disaster Response Force, wearing nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) protective suits "decontaminate" an aircraft by washing it down during Exercise Global Shield at the Strategic Air Command (SAC) headquarters

A member of the Disaster Response Force, wearing a nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) protective suit, uses a radiacmeter to detect "radiation contamination" on another DRF member during Exercise GLOBAL SHIELD at the Strategic Air Command (SAC) headquarters

Members of the Disaster Response Force use masking tape to seal any vulnerable areas of their nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) protective suits as they participate in Exercise GLOBAL SHIELD at the Strategic Air Command (SAC) headquarters

Members of the Disaster Response Force, wearing nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) protective suits, stand by with decontamination equipment on the flight line during Exercise GLOBAL SHIELD at the Strategic Air Command (SAC) headquarters

A Disaster Response Force patch on a nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) protective suit

Members of the Disaster Response Force, wearing nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) protective suits, use radiacmeters to detect "radiation contamination" on an aircraft during Exercise GLOBAL SHIELD at the Strategic Air Command (SAC) headquarters

Members of the Disaster Response Force, wearing nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) protective suits, "decontaminate" an aircraft by washing it down during Exercise Global Shield at the Strategic Air Command (SAC) headquarters

A member of the Disaster Response Force, wearing a nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) protective suit, uses a radiacmeters to detect "radiation contamination" on an aircraft during Exercise GLOBAL SHIELD at the Strategic Air Command (SAC) headquarters

Members of the Disaster Response Force use masking tape to seal any vulnerable areas of their nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) protective suits as they participate in Exercise GLOBAL SHIELD at the Strategic Air Command (SAC) headquarters

A member of the Disaster Response Force fastens the collar of his nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) protective suits during Exercise GLOBAL SHIELD at the Strategic Air Command (SAC) headquarters

Members of the Disaster Response Force, wearing nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) protective suits, stand at the back of a van with NBC equipment during Exercise GLOBAL SHIELD at the Strategic Air Command (SAC) headquarters

Lieutenant Colonel Thomas W. Holden, left, commanding officer of Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 262 (HMM-262), prepares to undergo decontamination procedures with the aid of Corporal Marchezo during a combat readiness evaluation exercise. Corporal Marchezo is wearing nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) gear. Lieutenant Colonel Holden is exiting a CH-46 Sea Knight helicopter

Lieutenant Colonel Thomas W. Holden, commanding officer of Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 262 (HMM-262), undergoes decontamination procedures with the aid of Private First Class (PFC) Lipps during a combat readiness evaluation exercise. PFC Lipps is wearing nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) gear. Visible in the background are two CH-46 Sea Knight helicopters

Lieutenant Colonel Thomas W. Holden, commanding officer of Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 262 (HMM-262), is assisted by a member of the squadron's decontamination team as he stands under a decontamination shower during a combat readiness evaluation exercise. The team member is in nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) gear. A CH-46 Sea Knight helicopter is visible

Lieutenant Colonel Thomas W. Holden, commanding officer of Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 262 (HMM-262), is helped by members of the squadron's decontamination team as he removes his flight suit during a combat readiness evaluation exercise. The team is wearing nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) gear. A CH-53 Sea Stallion and a CH-46 Sea Knight helicopter are visible

Lieutenant Colonel Thomas W. Holden, commanding officer of Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 262 (HMM-262), walks through a decontamination shower as members of the squadron's decontamination team look on during a combat readiness evaluation exercise. The team is wearing nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) gear. A CH-46 Sea Knight helicopter is visible

Members of the 19th Tactical Fighter Squadron, wearing an M-17 chemical-biological field masks, participate in a nuclear biological chemical (NBC) warfare exercise during CORNET GAUNTLET '83

Norwegian soldiers, wearing British-designed NBC S6 respirators and armed with G3 7.62 mm rifles, participate in Exercise CORNET GAUNTLET '83

Norwegian soldiers, wearing British-designed NBC S6 respirators and armed with G3 7.62 mm rifles, participate in Exercise CORNET GAUNTLET '83

A member of the 19th Tactical Fighter Squadron, wearing an M-17 chemical-biological field mask, participates in a nuclear biological chemical (NBC) warfare exercise during CORNET GAUNTLET '83. Parked behind him is an F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft

Norwegian soldiers, wearing British-designed NBC S6 respirators and armed with G3 7.62 mm rifles, participate in Exercise CORNET GAUNTLET '83

MASTER SGT. Richard Cone, a physiological training technician at the Cockpit Integration Laboratory, U.S. Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine, measures a pilot's skull during a fitting for nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) protective flight gear

Members of the 354th Security Police Squadron, wearing M-17 chemical-biological field masks, participate in a nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) warfare exercise during THUNDERHOG V. The airman on the left is armed with an M16 rifle

SENIOR AIRMAN (SRA) Goodman of the 354th Tactical Fighter Wing, wearing an M-17 chemical-biological field mask, participates in an nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) warfare exercise during THUNDERHOG V

Marines of Company A, Battalion Landing Team 1/3, wearing Nuclear, Biological, Chemical (NBC) protective masks, move forward during a mock assault. They are participating in Operation KERNAL BLITZ

Marines of Company A, Battalion Landing Team 1/3, wearing Nuclear, Biological, Chemical (NBC) protective masks, move forward during a mock assault. They are participating in Operation KERNAL BLITZ

Members of Company A, Battalion Landing Team 1/3, wear nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) protective face masks as they approach their final objective during a mock assault conducted as part of Operation KERNAL BLITZ

Members of the 51st Security Police Squadron wear nuclear, biological, and chemical (NBC) gear during a hostage exercise. They are participating in the joint US/South Korean Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '84

Strategic Air Command personnel, wearing nuclear biological chemical (NBC) protective gear, participate in a decontamination exercise during Exercise GLOBAL SHIELD '84. A B-52H Stratofortress aircraft is visible in the background

A member of the Strategic Air Command, wearing nuclear biological chemical (NBC) protective gear, sprays down the flight line in front of a B-52H Stratofortress aircraft as a decontamination exercise takes place during Exercise GLOBAL SHIELD '84

Members of the Strategic Air Command, wearing nuclear biological chemical (NBC) protective gear, scrub down a B-52H Stratofortress aircraft as they participate in a decontamination exercise during GLOBAL SHIELD '84

Members of the Strategic Air Command (SAC), wearing nuclear biological chemical (NBC) protective gear, participate in the decontamination of a B-52H Stratofortress aircraft during Exercise GLOBAL SHIELD '84

Members of the Strategic Air Command, wearing nuclear biological chemical (NBC) protective gear, prticipate in the decontamination of a B-52H Stratofortress aircraft during Exercise GLOBAL SHIELD '84

A member of a combat logistics support squadron builds a replacement tube for a damaged B-52 Stratofortress aircraft during Exercise NIGHT TRAIN/GLOBAL SHIELD '84. He is wearing nuclear, biological and chemical (NBC) protective equipment

Members of a combat logistics support squadron wearing nuclear, biological and chemical (NBC) protective gear wait in a simulated shelter during a mock attack. They are repairing damaged B-52 Stratofortress aircraft during Exercise NIGHT TRAIN/GLOBAL SHIELD '84

Members of a combat logistics support squadron wearing nuclear, biological and chemical (NBC) protective gear wait in a simulated shelter during a mock attack. They are repairing damaged B-52 Stratofortress aircraft during Exercise NIGHT TRAIN/GLOBAL SHIELD '84

Members of a combat logistics support squadron wearing nuclear, biological and chemical (NBC) gear run to their assigned shelters during a mock attack. They are repairing damaged B-52 Stratofortress aircraft during Exercise NIGHT TRAIN/GLOBAL SHIELD '84

An inspector observes members of a combat logistics support squadron as the replace a damaged B-52 Stratofortress engine during Exercise NIGHT TRAIN/GLOBAL SHIELD '84. The crew is wearing nuclear, biological and chemical (NBC) gear

MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) Ronald Yurek removes the hood to his nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) protective suit as he is processed through the contamination control station (CCS), during a Nuclear Emergency Team exercise at the Nuclear Weapons School. He is wearing an M-17 chemical-biological field mask

An explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) team, wearing nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) protective gear, surveys a simulated crash site during a Nuclear Emergency Team exercise at the Nuclear Weapons School

Technical Sergeant (TSGT) Jose Gonzalez, wearing nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) protective gear, checks the calibration on a dosimeter as he participates in a Nuclear Emergency Team exercise at the Nuclear Weapons School. He is also wearing an M17 chemical-biological field mask

MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) John Bolinger, wearing nuclear biological chemical (NBC) protective gear, uses a PDR-27 monitoring device to detect gamma radiation contamination at a simulated crash site, during a Nuclear Emergency Team exercise at the Nuclear Weapons School

STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Michael James Holcomb, wearing nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) protective gear, uses a PDR-27 monitoring device on a "casualty" to detect possible contamination during a Nuclear Emergency Team exercise at the Nuclear Weapons School

STAFF Sergeant Bruce Wojciechowski removes his nuclear biological chemical (NBC) protective suit as he processes through the contamination control station (CCS) during a Nuclear Emergency Team exercise at the Nuclear Weapons School. He is wearing an M-17 chemical-biological field mask

An explosive ordnance disposal team, wearing nuclear biological chemical (NBC) protective gear, use monitoring devices to detect contamination at a simulated crash site, during a Nuclear Emergency Team exercise at the Nuclear Weapons School

Members of the Alpha team, wearing nuclear biological chemical (NBC) protective gear, use PDR-27 monitoring devices to detect possible contamination on an aircraft at a simulated crash site, during a Nuclear Emergency Team exercise at the Nuclear Weapons School. They are also wearing M-17 chemical-biological field masks

MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) John Bolinger, wearing nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) protective gear, uses a PDR-27 monitoring device to detect possible contamination at a simulated crash site during a Nuclear Emergency Team exercise at the Nuclear Weapons School

MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) John Tice, wearing nuclear biological chemical (NBC) protective gear, uses a PDR-27 monitoring device to detect possible contamination on an aircraft at a simulated crash site, during a Nuclear Emergency Team exercise at the Nuclear Weapons School

MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) James Kern, wearing nuclear biological chemical (NBC) protective gear, plots readings taken from detection equipment, as it monitors a simulated crash site for contamination. He is participating in a Nuclear Emergency Team exercise at the Nuclear Weapons School

Technical Sergeant (TSGT) Dana Blish, wearing nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) protective gear, monitors a wind staplex during a Nuclear Emergency Team exercise at the Nuclear Weapons School

Technical Sergeant (TSGT) George Lennicx, wearing nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) protective gear, uses a compass to determine the entry point to a simulated crash site, during a Nuclear Emergency Team exercise at the Nuclear Weapons School. He is also wearing an M-17 chemical-biological field mask

MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) James Holcomb, wearing nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) protective gear, uses a PDR-56 monitoring device to detect possible contamination on a vehicle during a Nuclear Emergency Team exercise at the Nuclear Weapons School. He is also wearing an M-17 chemical-biological field mask

Members of an explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) team, wearing nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) protective gear, organize instruments prior to conducting a decontamination exercise at the Nuclear Weapons School

STAFF SGT. Janice Sasser, wearing Nuclear-Biological-Chemical (NBC) protective gear, uses a PDR-56 monitoring device to detect possible contamination at a simulated crash site, as other members of a Nuclear Emergency Team look on during an exercise at the Nuclear Weapons school. She is also wearing an M-17 chemical-biological field mask

Technical Sergeant (TSGT) Daniel Paaina, wearing nuclear biological chemical (NBC) protective gear, checks the Alpha reading on a PDR-56 monitoring device during a Nuclear Emergency Team exercise at the Nuclear Weapons School

STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Harold Heath and STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) James Holcomb, use monitoring devices to detect possible contamination on MASTER Sergeant James Kern, as he is processed through the contamination control station (CCS) during a Nuclear Emergency Team exercise at the Nuclear Weapons School. They are wearing NBC gear and M-17 chemical-biological field masks

The Alpha team, wearing nuclear biological chemical (NBC) protective gear, uses monitoring equipment to detect possible contamination on an aircraft at a simulated crash site, during a Nuclear Emergency Team exercise at the Nuclear Weapons School

MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) James Holcomb, wearing nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) protective gear, uses a PDR-56 monitoring device to detect possible contamination on a vehicle during a Nuclear Emergency Team exercise at the Nuclear Weapons School

MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) John Tice, wearing nuclear biological chemical (NBC) protective gear, uses a PDR-27 monitoring device to detect possible contamination on an aircraft at a simulated crash site, during a Nuclear Emergency Team exercise at the Nuclear Weapons School

MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) Ronald Yurek, wearing nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) protective gear, removes masking tape from around his ankle before processing through the contamination control station (CCS) during a Nuclear Emergency Team exercise at the Nuclear Weapons School

MASTER SGT. James Holcomb, wearing nuclear biological chemical (NBC) protection gear, monitors for Alpha radiation using a PDR-56 detection device, during a Nuclear Emergency Team exercise at the Nuclear Weapons School

Sergeant (SGT) Michael Field and Technical Sergent (TSGT) Jose Gonzalez, wearing nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) protective gear, remove a casualty from a simulated crash site during a Nuclear Emergency Team exercise at the Nuclear Weapons School

A contamination control station (CCS) team member uses PDR-56 monitoring device to detect possible contamination on another member's boot during a Nuclear Emergency Team exercise at the Nuclear Weapons School. They are wearing nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) protective gear, and M-17 chemical-biological field masks

Marines display nuclear, biological, and chemical (NBC) gear during the visit of Lieutenant General D'Wayne Gray, cheif of staff, Headquarters Marine Corps

Members of a combat logistics support squadron wear nuclear, biological, and chemical (NBC) gear while repairing the wing of a B-52 Stratofortress aircraft during Exercise NIGHT TRAIN/GLOBAL SHIELD '84

Ground crewmen, wearing nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) clothing, perform decontamination procedures on a B-52 Stratofortress aircraft during exercise Global Shield

Ground crewmen, wearing nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) clothing, perform decontamination procedures on a B-52 Stratofortress aircraft during Exercise GLOBAL SHIELD

Airmen wearing nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) protective suits participate in obstacle course training during an NBC warfare exercise