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U.S.S. New York, Cement Backing Behind Armor Plates L-C-P-1 and 2 and B-P-1 and 2

2:45 P.M., U.S.S Arizona Barbette No. 2, Plates 3015-II-B-U-7 (Most Tracks) and 3024-II-B-U-8

Airplanes - Instruments - Manufacturing aviation battery used in Liberty Motors (U.S. Piece #8417) at the Willard Storage Battery Co., Plant, Cleveland, Ohio. Putting the pasted plates in the forming tanks. From the Willard Storage Battery Co

Armor - Armored Vehicles - Gary works of the Illinois Steel Company. Plate mill, Marine plates loaded ready for shipment

Armor - Body and Helmets - Armor for American soldiers. U.S. soldiers in the trenches may soon resember the picture here shown, which illustrates a new type of armor with which the war department experimented in 1917. Bids were asked to furnish helmets, such as this, made of a special alloy steel, 15/100 of an inch in thickness and capable of stopping a rifle bullet. It is made of a series of thin spring steel plates made semiflexible by being sewn together in a canvas sack. This is strapped over the shoulder and around the waist as shown in the picture

American Red Cross - Soliciting Funds - Public Gatherings - Gold mounted first aid kit presented by San Francisco woman to General Pershing. This gold mounted First Aid kit was recently auctioned in San Francisco at a Red Cros rally and brought $4,000. Mrs. Andrew Kelly of San Francisco, who finally purchased the kit donated it to General Pershing and C.J. Morgan, of the Western metropolis took the kit with him to deliver in person to the General. The two gold plates on either side of the cross show the names of each of the persons who paid $100 each to have their names engraved on the gift

Armor - Armored Vehicles - Armor plates for government use. Simonds Mfg. Co. Plant, Fitchburg, Mass. Pouring electric furnace steel from one of the big ladles into armor plate ingot molds

Armor - Body and Helmets - New armor for American soldiers. U.S. soldiers in the trenches may soon resember the picture here shown, which illustrates a new type of armor with which the war department experimented in 1917. Bids were asked to furnish helmets, such as this, made of a special alloy steel, 15/100 of an inch in thickness and capable of stopping a rifle bullet. It is made of a series for thin spring steel plates made smi-flexible by being sewn together in a canvas sack. This is strapped over the shoulder and around the waist as shown in the picture

Airplanes - Instruments - Manufacturing aviation battery used in Liberty Motors (U.S. Piece #8417) at the Willard Storage Battery Co., Plant, Cleveland, Ohio. Burning connection strap to the plates. From the Willard Storage Battery Co

Western front. Men with breast plates on observation post in an advanced position. April 2, 1918

#5962 Steel Plates near South Gate

#5961 Steel Plates at Rear of Rough Machine Shop

184-inch magnet site. Bill Brobeck on first installed plates, taken November 27, 1940. Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

184-inch cyclotron. Tightening plates with a compressed-air wrench, taken November 28, 1940. Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

184-inch cyclotron construction. First 15 of the 52-inch plates in place with John Backus inspecting, taken December 4, 1940. Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

184-inch cyclotron construction. Dick Connell, Wallace B. Reynolds, and Bill Brobeck with 26 plates in place, taken December 7, 1940. Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

184-inch cyclotron construction, with 74 plates in place, taken December 21, 1940. Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

184-inch cyclotron, calutron conversion, steel plates. Photo taken 8/17/1945. Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project

184-inch cyclotron, calutron conversion, steel plates in foreground. Photo taken 9/01/1945. Confidential, declassified 4/30/1959. Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project

184-inch cyclotron plates at Southern Pacific freight yard. Photo taken 1/14/1946. 184"-138. Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project

184-inch cyclotron plates at Southern Pacific freight yard, Donald Cooksey standing at left. Photo taken 1/14/1946. 184"-139. Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project

Torturing pole plates for 184-inch cyclotron magnet. Photo taken 2/12/1946. 184"-155 Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project

Beveled edges on pole plates for 184-inch cyclotron magnet. Photo taken 2/12/1946. 184"-154 Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project

184-inch cyclotron, calutron conversion, removing plates from roller skids. Photo taken 2/22/1946. 184"-316 Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project

184-inch cyclotron, calutron conversion, sliding plates onto magnet. Photo taken 2/22/1946. 184"-317 Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project

Microscope super stage and extension for large plates. Photo taken 6/19/1951. 60"-351. Principal Investigator/Project: Crocker Lab/60-inch

Photograph of Construction Progress Modification of Shrine in Exhibition hall, Rigger Putting up Outside Plates

Bevatron linac II end plates. For color see Bev.-2997-C. Photograph taken September 19, 1962. Bevatron-2996 – Photographer: George Kagawa

MDC PLATES

3 ORIFICE PLATES AND 1 MICRO STAND - COMPLETE TEST RIG

3 ORIFICE PLATES AND 1 MICRO STAND - COMPLETE TEST RIG

MDC PLATES

3 ORIFICE PLATES AND 1 MICRO STAND - COMPLETE TEST RIG

MDC PLATES

3 ORIFICE PLATES AND 1 MICRO STAND - COMPLETE TEST RIG

MDC PLATES

MDC PLATES

MDC PLATES

PLATES E AND F GR / EP SPECIMENS

PLATES E AND F GR / EP SPECIMENS

CHROMATOGRAPH PLATES

9X15 FOOT WIND TUNNEL 20 INCH FAN MODEL INCLUDING WALL OPENING DEFLECTOR PLATES

9X15 FOOT WIND TUNNEL 20 INCH FAN MODEL INCLUDING WALL OPENING DEFLECTOR PLATES

9X15 FOOT WIND TUNNEL 20 INCH FAN MODEL INCLUDING WALL OPENING DEFLECTOR PLATES

9X15 FOOT WIND TUNNEL 20 INCH FAN MODEL INCLUDING WALL OPENING DEFLECTOR PLATES

Elephant Sculpture Covered With Tiny, Diamond-Shaped Mirror Plates

CPT Dennis Clements and his wife, CPT FIona Clements, use name plates to help separate their patients at Norton Air Force Base Medical Clinic. The Clements are the only husband and wife flight surgeons in the Air Force. Fiona Clements is the only female flight surgeon in the Air Force

Vollette Villapando, a laboratory technician, dispenses media on plates for venereal disease cultures during lab tests at Clark USAF Hospital

DOUBLER PLATES BEING MOUNTED ON BLADES

DOUBLER PLATES BEING MOUNTED ON BLADES

DOUBLER PLATES BEING MOUNTED ON BLADES

DOUBLER PLATES BEING MOUNTED ON BLADES

DOUBLER PLATES BEING MOUNTED ON BLADES

DOUBLER PLATES BEING MOUNTED ON BLADES

DOUBLER PLATES BEING MOUNTED ON BLADES

COLLECTOR PLATES

COLLECTOR PLATES

HARDWARE CONICAL FLAMEHOLDERS / PLATES COMBUSTOR LINERS

HARDWARE CONICAL FLAMEHOLDERS / PLATES COMBUSTOR LINERS

HARDWARE CONICAL FLAMEHOLDERS / PLATES COMBUSTOR LINERS

Sailors aboard the destroyer USS RADFORD (DD 968) line up to fill their plates at a picnic lunch fixed for them during exercise Unitas XXI

TWO PYROLYTIC GRAPHITE MDC PLATES

HARDWARE CONICAL FLAMEHOLDERS / PLATES COMBUSTOR LINERS

HARDWARE CONICAL FLAMEHOLDERS / PLATES COMBUSTOR LINERS

HARDWARE CONICAL FLAMEHOLDERS / PLATES COMBUSTOR LINERS

HARDWARE CONICAL FLAMEHOLDERS / PLATES COMBUSTOR LINERS

Airmen position metal plates along the edges of a membrane tarp covering a runway crater that is being repaired during a quick reaction runway repair test

SRA Bill Yates and AMN Pat Leon, 1835th Electronics Installation Group, Air Force Communications Command (AFCC), make lead end plates for lead sleeves in the background

Artwork: "Checking the Plates" Artist: Charles Waterhouse

Artwork: "Gunning the Plates" Artist: Charles Waterhouse

Members of the 1ST Division (Deck Force) anchor detail stand by as preparations are made to release the anchor aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN 69). Two hawsepipe buckler plates are in the foreground

David Moore makes plates in the Field Printing Plant

Members of the 1606th Civil Engineering Squadron align steel plates during a rapid runway repair operation. The exercise is part of the mission capability inspection PURPLE DUCK '86-12

Members of the 823rd Civil Engineering Squadron unload runway repair plates during a week-long field training and convoy security exercise

Marines aboard an M60 main battle tank relax after their vehicle has been secured to the deck of an Landing Craft Air Cushion (LCAC) following an amphibious warfare demonstration at Breakers Beach. The tank has plates of reactive armor bolted to its turret and hull

Soviet and United States (US) Navy personnel fill their plates during a picnic held for the Soviet visitors. Three ships of the Soviet Pacific Fleet are in San Diego for a five-day goodwill visit

STS052-46-016 - STS-052 - Views of the remote manipulator system mounted witness plates.

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STS052-45-011 - STS-052 - Views of the remote manipulator system mounted witness plates.

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STS052-45-023 - STS-052 - Views of the remote manipulator system mounted witness plates.

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STS052-45-006 - STS-052 - Views of the remote manipulator system mounted witness plates.