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STS114-306-020 - STS-114 - Joint airlock, Node 1, PMA-3, Z1 truss and PMA-1

S118E06869 - STS-118 - View of Caldwell in the Node 1 during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations

An AN/TTC 48/V Communications Small Extensions Node is being utilized by Delta Company, 32nd Signal Battalion on Taszar Barracks, Hungary, in support of Operation Joint Endeavor

On the afternoon of 17 may 1996 Major General Charles G. Sutten, Commander Information System Command , looks at a map of the Node sites located in Bosnia-Herzegovina for Operation Joint Endeavor. Several officers share the map and assist with the briefing in the Tactical Operation Center of the 22d Signal Brigade

An ice and snow-covered Danish Dvision NODE Center tent and vehicle located on Hilltop 722, Bosnia-Herzegovina. The Danes are working with the 121st Signal Battalion in supporting forces involved in Operation Joint Endeavor. Operation Joint Endeavor is a peacekeeping effort by a multinational Implementation Force (IFOR), comprised of NATO and non-NATO military forces, deployed to Bosnia in support of the Dayton Peace Accords

U.S. Army MAJ. GEN. Jan Hick (center), Commander, Fort Gordon, Ga., and LT. GEN. Steven W. Boutelle, U.S. Army CHIEF Information Officer, cut the ribbon at the ribbon cutting ceremony for the Joint Network Node Training Facility at Fort Gordon on July 14, 2005. (U.S. Army photo by Jimmy Buffington) (Released)

US Army (USA) Major General (MGEN) Janet Hicks, outgoing Commanding General (CG), US Army Signal Center & Fort Gordon (USASC & FG) speaks to the audience during the grand opening celebration of the new Joint Network Node (JNN) Network Training Facility (JNNTF), at the General Dynamics C4 Systems Resident School, in Brant Hall, Fort Gordon, Georgia (GA). The JNNTF is designed to prepare USA Signal Corps Soldiers for the next generation of battlefield communications to deliver integrated voice, video, and data to battalion level units using commercial, off-the-shelf technology and software

US Army (USA) Lieutenant General (LGEN) Steven W. Boutelle (center), USA CHIEF Information Officer (G-6), speaks with two official General Dynamics contractor dignitaries prior to the start of the grand opening celebration of the new Joint Network Node (JNN) Network Training Facility (JNNTF), at the General Dynamics C4 Systems Resident School, in Brant Hall, Fort Gordon, Georgia (GA). The JNNTF is designed to prepare USA Signal Corps Soldiers for the next generation of battlefield communications to deliver integrated voice, video, and data to battalion level units using commercial, off-the-shelf technology and software

US Army (USA) Lieutenant General (LGEN) Steven W. Boutelle, USA CHIEF Information Officer (G-6), speaks to the audience during the grand opening celebration of the new Joint Network Node (JNN) Network Training Facility (JNNTF), at the General Dynamics C4 Systems Resident School, in Brant Hall, Fort Gordon, Georgia (GA). The JNNTF is designed to prepare USA Signal Corps Soldiers for the next generation of battlefield communications to deliver integrated voice, video, and data to battalion level units using commercial, off-the-shelf technology and software

U.S. Army LT. GEN. Steven W. Boutelle, U.S. Army CHIEF Information Officer, addresses the crowd at the ribbon cutting for the Joint Network Node Training Facility at Fort Gordon on July 14, 2005. (U.S. Army photo by Jimmy Buffington) (Released)

US Army (USA) Lieutenant General (LGEN) Steven W. Boutelle (left), USA CHIEF Information Officer (G-6); Major General (MGEN) Janet Hicks (center), the outgoing Commanding General (CG), US Army Signal Center & Fort Gordon (USASC & FG); and a General Dynamics contractor dignitary (right) all hold a large pair of scissors to the cut the red, white, and blue ribbon during the grand opening celebration of the new Joint Network Node (JNN) Network Training Facility (JNNTF), at the General Dynamics C4 Systems Resident School, in Brant Hall, Fort Gordon, Georgia (GA). The JNNTF is designed to prepare USA Signal Corps Soldiers for the next generation of battlefield communications to deliver...

US Army (USA) Lieutenant General (LGEN) Steven W. Boutelle (second from left), USA CHIEF Information Officer (G-6), and a General Dynamics contractor dignitary (second from right) are shown a mobile unit after the grand opening celebration of the new Joint Network Node (JNN) Network Training Facility (JNNTF), at the General Dynamics C4 Systems Resident School, in Brant Hall, Fort Gordon, Georgia (GA). The JNNTF is designed to prepare USA Signal Corps Soldiers for the next generation of battlefield communications to deliver integrated voice, video, and data to battalion level units using commercial, off-the-shelf technology and software

Three General Dynamics contractor dignitaries (in civilian clothes) and three uniformed US Army (USA) general officers sit in the front row during the grand opening celebration of the new Joint Network Node (JNN) Network Training Facility (JNNTF), at the General Dynamics C4 Systems Resident School, in Brant Hall, Fort Gordon, Georgia (GA). The three USA general officers are: Brigadier General (BGEN) Randy Strong (left), the incoming Commanding General (CG), US Army Signal Center & Fort Gordon (USASC & FG); Major General (MGEN) Janet Hicks (center), the outgoing CG, USASC & FG; and Lieutenant General (LGEN) Steven W. Boutelle (right), USA CHIEF Information Officer (G-6). The JNNTF is...

S116E06410 - STS-116 - STS-116 MS Patrick connects the Node 1 Y-Jumper during Joint Operations

S115E07401 - STS-115 - STS-115 Stefanyshyn-Piper pose in the Node 1 during Expedition 13 / STS-115 Joint Operations

S115E07394 - STS-115 - STS-115 Stefanyshn-Piper poses in the Node 1 during Expedition 13 / STS-115 Joint Operations

S115E07398 - STS-115 - STS-115 Stefanyshyn-Piper and Tanner pose in the Node 1 during Expedition 13 / STS-115 Joint Operations

S116E06414 - STS-116 - NOD1P1 on Node 1 taken during Joint Operations

S116E06541 - STS-116 - STS-116 FE Reiter plays guitar in the Node 1 during Joint Operations

S115E07387 - STS-115 - STS-115 Tanner floats in the Node 1 hatch area during Expedition 13 / STS-115 Joint Operations

S115E07386 - STS-115 - STS-115 MS Tanner and Stefanyshyn-Piper pose at the Node 1 hatch area during Joint Operations

S116E06409 - STS-116 - STS-116 MS Patrick connects the Node 1 Y-Jumper during Joint Operations

S116E06408 - STS-116 - STS-116 MS Patrick connects the Node 1 Y-Jumper during Joint Operations

S116E05601 - STS-116 - STS-116 Pilot Oefelein in the Node 1 hatch during Joint Operations

S116E06612 - STS-116 - STS-116 FE Reiter uses laptop computer in the Node 1 during Joint Operations

S116E06416 - STS-116 - NOD1P1 on Node 1 taken during Joint Operations

S116E06744 - STS-116 - Survey view of the nadir side of the U.S. Laboratory and Node 1 during Joint Operations

S116E06542 - STS-116 - STS-116 FE Reiter plays guitar in the Node 1 during Joint Operations

S116E06417 - STS-116 - NOD1P1 on Node 1 taken during Joint Operations

S115E07392 - STS-115 - STS-115 Stefanyshn-Piper poses in the Node 1 during Expedition 13 / STS-115 Joint Operations

S116E06415 - STS-116 - NOD1P1 on Node 1 taken during Joint Operations

S115E07390 - STS-115 - STS-115 Tanner floats in the Node 1 hatch area during Expedition 13 / STS-115 Joint Operations

S115E07396 - STS-115 - STS-115 Stefanyshyn-Piper and Tanner pose in the Node 1 during Expedition 13 / STS-115 Joint Operations

S115E07385 - STS-115 - STS-115 MS Tanner and Stefanyshyn-Piper pose at the Node 1 hatch area during Joint Operations

S115E07395 - STS-115 - STS-115 Stefanyshyn-Piper and Tanner pose in the Node 1 during Expedition 13 / STS-115 Joint Operations

S115E06524 - STS-115 - STS-115 and Expedition 13 crewmembers in the Node 1 during Joint Operations

S115E07400 - STS-115 - STS-115 Stefanyshyn-Piper pose in the Node 1 during Expedition 13 / STS-115 Joint Operations

S115E07399 - STS-115 - STS-115 Stefanyshyn-Piper and Tanner pose in the Node 1 during Expedition 13 / STS-115 Joint Operations

S115E06600 - STS-115 - STS-115 and Expedition 13 crewmembers in the Node 1 during Joint Operations

S115E06523 - STS-115 - STS-115 and Expedition 13 crewmembers in the Node 1 during Joint Operations

S115E06602 - STS-115 - STS-115 and Expedition 13 crewmembers in the Node 1 during Joint Operations

S115E07391 - STS-115 - STS-115 Burbank and Ferguson in the Node 1 during Expedition 13 / STS-115 Joint Operations

S115E07389 - STS-115 - STS-115 Tanner floats in the Node 1 hatch area during Expedition 13 / STS-115 Joint Operations

S116E06611 - STS-116 - NOD1P1 on Node 1 taken during Joint Operations

S116E06750 - STS-116 - Survey view of Soyuz Spacecraft, Progress Resupply Vehicle, A/L, and Node 1 during Joint Operations

S115E07384 - STS-115 - STS-115 Tanner poses in the hatch area of the Node 1 during Joint Operations

S115E06601 - STS-115 - STS-115 and Expedition 13 crewmembers in the Node 1 during Joint Operations

S115E07393 - STS-115 - STS-115 Stefanyshn-Piper poses in the Node 1 during Expedition 13 / STS-115 Joint Operations

A National Air and Space Agency (NASA) WB-57 Camberra aircraft loaded with a Battlefield Airborne Communications Node (BACN), communicates with the US Joint Forces Command's (USJFCOM) Rapid Attack Information Dissemination-Execution Relay mobile vehicle (RAIDER) at US Marine Corps (USMC) Air Station (AS) Miramar, California (CA)

U.S. Army SGT. Theodore Miller assigned to Charlie Company, 449th Aviation Support Battalion, Texas Army National Guard, sorts through various types of wires at the Defense Reutilization and Marketing Office site, to find the correct wire in order to improve his Joint Node Network (JNN) operation at Logistic Support Area, Anaconda, Balad Air Base, Iraq, on Oct. 7, 2006, during Operation Iraqi Freedom. (A3606) (U.S. Army PHOTO by SPC. Kaleena Calderas) (Released)

U.S. Army Soldiers assigned to Charlie Company, 449th Aviation Support Battalion, Texas Army National Guard, march to the promotion ceremony at the Joint Node Network (JNN) Site at Logistic Support Area, Anaconda, Balad Air Base, Iraq, on Oct. 10, 2006, during Operation Iraqi Freedom. (A3606) (U.S. Army PHOTO by SPC. Kaleena Calderas) (Released)

S117E09154 - STS-117 - Signed patches on wall in the Node 1 during Joint Operations

S117E07513 - STS-117 - Ice Pic attached to clamp in the Node 1 during Joint Operations

S117E07051 - STS-117 - Williams works at laptop computer in the Node 1 during Joint Operations

S117E07512 - STS-117 - Ice Pic attached to clamp in the Node 1 during Joint Operations

S117E07511 - STS-117 - Close-up view of rings on velcro crew bag in the Node 1 taken during Joint Operations

S117E07510 - STS-117 - Close-up view of rings on velcro crew bag in the Node 1 taken during Joint Operations

S117E07052 - STS-117 - Williams works at laptop computer in the Node 1 during Joint Operations

S122E007668 - STS-122 - Node 2 during Expedition 16/STS-122 Joint Operations

S123E009821 - STS-123 - Behnken and Eyharts look through crew procedures in the Node 2 during Joint Operations

S122E007938 - STS-122 - Node 2 during Expedition 16/STS-122 Joint Operations

S123E006203 - STS-123 - Damaged D Handle in the Node 2 during STS-123 / Expedition 16 Joint Operations

S122E007940 - STS-122 - Node 2 during Expedition 16/STS-122 Joint Operations

S123E006592 - STS-123 - Doi in the Node 1 during Joint Operations

S123E006193 - STS-123 - Damaged D Handle in the Node 2 during STS-123 / Expedition 16 Joint Operations

S123E006191 - STS-123 - Damaged D Handle in the Node 2 during STS-123 / Expedition 16 Joint Operations

S123E009771 - STS-123 - Foreman in the Node 2 during Joint Operations

S123E007223 - STS-123 - Stowed equipment in the Node 2 during Expedition 16 / STS-123 Joint Operations

S123E006026 - STS-123 - Reisman wearing EMU in the Node 1 during Joint Operations

S123E006148 - STS-123 - Vestibule Outfittings on hatch area between Node 2 and JLP during STS-123 / Expedition 16 Joint Operations

S123E006160 - STS-123 - Hatch area between Node 2 and JLP during STS-123 / Expedition 16 Joint Operations

S123E007035 - STS-123 - Laptop computers in the Node 2 during Expedition 16 / STS-123 Joint Operations

S123E009772 - STS-123 - Foreman watches drink container float in the Node 2 during Joint Operations

S123E007894 - STS-123 - STS-122 CO2 Absorber Cartridges in the Node 1 during Joint Operations

S123E006204 - STS-123 - Damaged D Handle in the Node 2 during STS-123 / Expedition 16 Joint Operations

S123E006242 - STS-123 - Node 2 Panels taking during STS-123 / Expedition 16 Joint Operations

S123E006606 - STS-123 - Expedition 16 and STS-123 Crewmembers in the Node 1 hatch area during Joint Operations

S123E008966 - STS-123 - EMUs in the Node 1 taken during Joint Operations

S123E006602 - STS-123 - Expedition 16 and STS-123 Crewmembers in the Node 1 hatch area during Joint Operations

S123E007901 - STS-123 - STS-123 CO2 Absorber Cartridge covers in the Node 1 during Joint Operations

S123E006150 - STS-123 - Hatch area between Node 2 and JLP during STS-123 / Expedition 16 Joint Operations

S123E008316 - STS-123 - Stowed EMU in the Node 1 during Joint Operations

S123E006177 - STS-123 - STS-123 Crewmember points to damage on D handle in the Node 2 during STS-123 / Expedition 16 Joint Operations

S123E007042 - STS-123 - Node 2 racks taken during Expedition 16 / STS-123 Joint Operations

S122E007672 - STS-122 - Node 2 during Expedition 16/STS-122 Joint Operations

S122E008049 - STS-122 - Node 2 Hatch during Expedition 16/STS-122 Joint Operations

S123E006384 - STS-123 - Reisman and Behnken in the Node 1 during STS-123 / Expedition 16 Joint Operations

S122E009524 - STS-122 - Node 1 Hatch during Expedition 16/STS-122 Joint Operations

S122E007632 - STS-122 - Node 2 during Expedition 16/STS-122 Joint Operations

S123E007277 - STS-123 - JLP installed on the Node 2 during Joint Operations

S123E006194 - STS-123 - Damaged D Handle in the Node 2 during STS-123 / Expedition 16 Joint Operations

S123E007897 - STS-123 - STS-123 CO2 Absorber Cartridges in the Node 1 during Joint Operations

S123E006599 - STS-123 - Linnehan, Reisman, and Eyharts in the Node 1 hatch area during Joint Operations

S123E008946 - STS-123 - Overall view of Node 2 during Joint Operations

S123E007892 - STS-123 - CO2 Absorber Cartridges in the Node 1 during Joint Operations

S122E007937 - STS-122 - Node 2 during Expedition 16/STS-122 Joint Operations

S123E005962 - STS-123 - Node 2 module from the aft FD window during Expedition 16 / STS-123 Joint Operations

S123E006588 - STS-123 - Johnson in the Node 1 during Joint Operations

S122E007631 - STS-122 - Node 2 during Expedition 16/STS-122 Joint Operations

S123E008211 - STS-123 - Node 2 and P1 Truss taken by STS-123 crewmember during Joint Operations

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