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Map of Virginia Showing the Distribution of its Slave Population from the Census of 1860

Map of Wisconsin prepared for the Legislative Manual with 1865 city and county population

Ceremonies - Colorado - Ft. Collins, Col., War Activities. Community march and sing, first of its kind in the west. Population of town 12,000, over 5000 people in the crowd

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - The Belgian Minister of Supplies, M. Vanderville, who works with the A.R.C., to aid the civilian and military population of Belgium

Ceremonies and Parades - Crowds and St. Patrick's parade on Fifth Avenue. Irish population of New York turned out to greet Sons of Erin in their annual St. Patrick's Day parade

Colored Troops - Relatives and Friends Cheering the 369the Infantry as the Pass in Parade. New York City's colored population turned out to greet the heroes of the 369th Infantry, the old 15th of New York City, colored fighters who earned all the glories of war in France

Photograph of Very Low Deer Population Near Morse

Wing Control Room in Population Division, here Portfolios are Checked out from the General Files to the Specific Sections of Clerks Who Will Work on Them

Card Punch Operators Working on Population Cards, Negro Section

Population Files Stored 154,071 Portfolios, Linear Feet of Filing Space is in Excess of Four Miles

Result Work, Population Division

Population and Housing Editors, Negro Section

Card Punch Operators Working on Population Cards

Card Punch Operators Working on Agricultural Cards, Population and Housing Cards Carried 45 Columns, All Other Cards Carried 80 Columns

Distribution of Population Types According to Sources of Origin

Low-Cost Radios Sold to Long An Rural Population

Young Woman Soliciting Funds for A Chicago Organization in A Shopping Center Parking Lot, She is One of the Nearly 1.2 Million Black People Who Make Up over One Third of the Population of Chicago, it is One of the Many Black Faces in this Project that Portray Life in All its Seasons, the Photos are Portraits that Reflect Pride, Love, Beauty, Hope, Struggle, Joy, Hate, Frustration Discontent, Worship and Faith, She is a Member of Her Race Who is Proud of Her Heritage

N2 NITROGEN BUBBLE POPULATION FUNCTION PRESSURE AND RATE

N2 NITROGEN BUBBLE POPULATION FUNCTION PRESSURE AND RATE

Margrethe Olsen says good-bye to one of 230 sledge dogs bound for Thule Air Base and then to the village of Quanaag, where the entire local population of Huskies was wiped out by a distemper epidemic. The 109th Tactical Airlift Group of the New York Air

Commander (CDR) Erick Thompsen, SENIOR Danish liaison officer to the base, helped coordinate an airlift of 230 Huskies for the village of Quanaag, where the local Husky population was wiped out in a distemper epidemic. The dogs were flown in from Jakobsh

A C-130H aircraft from 109th Tactical Airlift Group of the New York Air National Guard waits for the first of the 230 Huskies bound for Thule Air Base in the north. The dogs will then travel to the village of Quanaag, where the entire local population of

Local hunters depart with sledge dogs brought from Jakobshavn by an emergency airlift from the109th Tactical Airlift Group of the New York Air National Guard. They are from the village of Quanaag, where the entire local population of Huskies, the source

A local hunter harnesses one of the sledge dogs brought from Jakobshavn by an emergency airlift of the 109th Tactical Airlift Group of the New York Air National Guard. He is from the village of Quanaag, where the entire local population of Huskies was wi

Sledge dogs wait to begin a trip north to the village of Quanaag, where the entire local population of Huskies was wiped out by a distemper epidemic. The 109th Tactical Airlift Group of the New York Air National Guard flew in 230 dogs for locals, which d

A truck loaded with sledge dogs prepares to leave for the village of Quanaag. After the local Husky population was wiped out in a distemper epidemic, 230 dogs were airlifted to Thule by the 109th Tactical Airlift Group, New York Air National Guard

Citizens help load a C-130H aircraft with sledge dogs bound for Thule Air Base in the north, and then the village of Quanaag, where the entire local population of Huskies was wiped out by a distemper epidemic. The 109th Tactical Airlift Group of the New

A local hunter harnesses one of the sledge dogs brought from Jakobshavn by an emergency airlift of the 109th Tactical Airlift Group of the New York Air National Guard. He is from the village of Quanaag, where the entire local population of Huskies was wi

Sledge dogs wait in pet carriers, as a C-130H Hercules aircraft begins their trip to Thule Air Base in the north. The dogs are bound for the village of Quanaag, where the entire village of Quanaag, where the entire local population of Huskies was wiped o

A C-130H aircraft loaded with sledge dogs leaves for Thule Air Base. After the local Husky population was wiped out in a distemper epidemic, 230 dogs were airlifted to Thule by the 109th Tactical Airlift Group, New York Air National Guard

Members of the 109th Tactical Airlift Group, New York Air National Guard, and the 1012th Air Base Group, unload sledge dogs from C-130H aircraft. After the local Husky population was wiped out in a distemper epidemic, 230 dogs were airlifted to Thule by

The US Sixth Fleet Band gives a concert for the local population during the visit of the Aegis guided missile cruiser USS THOMAS S. GATES (CG 51) and the guided missile frigate USS KAUFFMAN (FFG 59). It is the second goodwill visit by American warships to a Soviet port since World War II

A CH-53E Super Stallion helicopter flies over members of the local population and members of the 11th Marine Expeditionary unit working their way inland during the joint Thai/US exercise THALAY THAI '89

Members of the 3202nd Civil Engineering Squadron, nicknamed the Jackson Guard, net a small, endangered fish known as the Okaloosa dater. The men routinely check the darter population and water quality in an effort to protect the creature from extinction.

CW03 J.D. Barrett, a DMPITS (Deployed Mass Population Identification and Tracking System) worker, and an Army Military Policeman, check rosters received from the hospital ship USNS COMFORT (T-AH-20) as the migrants are moved from the COMFORT to the control of Joint Task Force (JTF) 160.(Exact date unknown)

Cubans disembark from the United States Coast Guard Cutter Courageous upon arrival to the Cuban safe haven. The Courageous is the fourth Cutter to arrive bringing the population of Cuban immigrants to approximately 1,500

Haitians who participated in a peaceful "Rally" are separated from the general camp population. They use cardboard to shield themselves from the burning sun

U.S. Navy, DP2 Wanda Smith from the USS EMORY S. LAND and U.S. Air Force STAFF SGT. Octaviano Velasquez from Holloman AFB, New Mexico enter information into the DMPITS (Deployable Mass Population Identification and Tracking System.) computer

A Cuban man helps in the DMPITS (Deployable Mass Population Identification and Tracking System.) area by scanning bracelets of other Cuban migrants to get them entered in the computer

While the new Cuban migrants are waiting to get their DMPITS (Deployable Mass Population Identification and Tracking System.) bracelets, U.S. Marine Lance CPL. Charles Criscione from Fox Company 2/6, Camp Lejeune, NC gives them some bottled water

With the help of U.S. Marine Lance CPL. Sabata Mixon, Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Jennifer Brown uses the rivet gun to attach a DMPITS (Deployable Mass Population Identification and Tracking System.) bracelet to a Cuban migrant

An aerial view of McCalla Field which is almost full of Cuban migrants. The population of Haitian migrants is still about 5,000, but they should be returning to Haiti soon. The remainder of the Cuban migrants will then move to McCalla Field

The Donji Bratinia Bridge, just north of the city of Gorazde, is re-opened after having been shut down after its' destruction by North Atlantic Treaty Organization air strikes. The new bridge is a British Mabey Johnson bridge assembled by a Battalion of German Engineers belonging and supporting the Implementation Force (IFOR) in Bosnia as part of Operation JOINT ENDEAVOR. Lieutenant General Michael Walker, Commander of the Allied Command Europe Rapid Reaction Corps, with the assistance of a Bosnian interpreter and a German interpreter, speaks to the German Army Engineers and the local Bosnian population gathered there to witness the official opening ceremony. Beginning in December, 1995,...

The Donji Bratinia Bridge, just north of the city of Gorazde, is re-opened after having been shut down after its' destruction by North Atlantic Treaty Organization air strikes. The new bridge is a British Mabey Johnson bridge assembled by a Battalion of German Engineers belonging and supporting the Implementation Force (IFOR) in Bosnia as part of Operation JOINT ENDEAVOR. Lieutenant General Michael Walker, Commander of the Allied Command Europe Rapid Reaction Corps, with the assistance of a Bosnian interpreter and a German interpreter, speaks to the German Army Engineers and the local Bosnian population gathered there to witness the official opening ceremony. Beginning in December, 1995,...

Photograph of a section of the Dobrini suburb before the reconstruction of war damaged buildings by the local civilian population

Military Photographer of the Year Winner 1997Title: Uncle EddiesCategory: Picture Story; PortfolioPlace: 3rd Place Portfolio Exact Date Shot Unknown Caption: Elderly residents of Uncle Eddies Rest Home return to life as usual except with maybe just a little pep in their step, after U.S. Air Force engineers assigned to the 820th RED HORSE Squadron, Nellis AFB, Nevada, finished several much needed renovation projects at the home. Engineers were providing aid to the local population in support of New Horizon 97, a humanitarian and medical readiness exercise

Air National Guard medical technicians assigned to the 126th Medical Squadron, O'Hare Field, Chicago, Ill. prepare to see the waiting Guyanese patients. The medical unit flew into Malali to provide aid to the local population as part of the first combined humanitarian and civic assistance exercise conducted between the United States and Guyana. Military personnel from Air Force, Air Force Reserve & National Guard, Army, Army National Guard and Marine Corps participated in the exercise which included engineering and medical readiness training

A local woman of Malali has one of her children, as another looks on, checked by a medical technician from the 126th Medical Squadron, O'Hare Field, Chicago, Ill. The 126th personnel provided three days of medical care to the local population in support of the first combined humanitarian and civic assistance exercise conducted between the United States and Guyana. Military personnel from Air Force, Air Force Reserve & National Guard, Army, Army National Guard and Marine Corps participated in the exercise which included engineering and medical readiness training

Local residents of Malali, who are seeking medical care arrive by boat at the site of a deployed medical treatment facility. Medical technicians of the 126th Medical Squadron, O'Hare Field, Chicago, Ill. are providing aid to the local population in support of the first combined humanitarian and civic assistance exercise conducted between the United States and Guyana. Military personnel from Air Force, Air Force Reserve & National Guard, Army, Army National Guard and Marine Corps participated in the exercise which included engineering and medical readiness training

Dr. (MAJ.) Pete Krafcisin, a dentist assigned to the 126th Medical Squadron, O'Hare Field, Chicago, Ill., performs a tooth extraction on local resident of Malali. The 126th personnel provided three days of medical care to the local population in support of the first combined humanitarian and civic assistance exercise conducted between the United States and Guyana. Military personnel from Air Force, Air Force Reserve & National Guard, Army, Army National Guard and Marine Corps participated in the exercise which included engineering and medical readiness training

A young girl and local resident of Malali, looks apprehensive as Dr. (MAJ.) Pete Krafcisin, a dentist assigned to the 126th Medical Squadron, O'Hare Field, Chicago, Ill., prepares to extract one of her teeth. The 126th personnel provided three days of medical care to the local population in support of the first combined humanitarian and civic assistance exercise conducted between the United States and Guyana. Military personnel from Air Force, Air Force Reserve & National Guard, Army, Army National Guard and Marine Corps participated in the exercise which included engineering and medical readiness training

Dr. (LT. COL.), Pedro Peralta, (center) assigned to the 126th Medical Squadron, O'Hare Field, Chicago, Ill. attends to patients from the local community of Malali. 126th personnel provided three days of medical care the local population in support of the first combined humanitarian and civic assistance exercise conducted between the United States and Guyana. Military personnel from Air Force, Air Force Reserve & National Guard, Army, Army National Guard and Marine Corps participated in the exercise which included engineering and medical readiness training

Military Photographer of the Year Winner 1997 Title: Painful Anticipation Category: News; Portfolio Place: 3rd Place News; 3rd Place Portfolio Caption: A young girl, and local resident of Malali, Guyana, is about to get her tooth extracted by Major Pete Krafcisin, a dentist assigned to the 126th Medical Squadron, O'hare Field, Chicago, Illinois, at the site of a New Horizons medical aid tent on August 19, 1997. Medical technicians are providing aid to the local population in support of New Horizon 97, a humanitarian and medical readiness exercise

Military Photographer of the Year Winner 1997 Title: Helping Hands Category: Feature; Portfolio Place: 3rd Place Portfolio Caption: A local resident of Malali, Guyana is receiving medical care, by medical technicians at the site of a New Horizons medical aid tent on August 19, 1997. Medical technicians assigned to the 126th Medical Squadron, O'hare Field, Chicago, Illinois, are providing aid to the local population in support of New Horizon 97, a humanitarian and medical readiness exercise

A local woman of Malali has her blood pressure checked, in a medical aid tent, by a medical technician from the 126th Medical Squadron, O'Hare Field, Chicago, Ill. The 126th personnel provided three days of medical care to the local population in support of the first combined humanitarian and civic assistance exercise conducted between the United States and Guyana. Military personnel from Air Force, Air Force Reserve & National Guard, Army, Army National Guard and Marine Corps participated in the exercise which included engineering and medical readiness training

A medical technician assigned to the 126th Medical Squadron, O'Hare Field, Chicago, Ill., gives a Novocain shot, in preparation for a tooth extraction, to a young girl a local resident of Malai. The 126th personnel provided three days of medical care to the local population in support of the first combined humanitarian and civic assistance exercise conducted between the United States and Guyana. Military personnel from Air Force, Air Force Reserve & National Guard, Army, Army National Guard and Marine Corps participated in the exercise which included engineering and medical readiness training

STAFF SGT. Gary Kofford a medical technician assigned to the 126th Medical Squadron, O'Hare Field, Chicago, Ill., holding her extracted tooth, poses with a young Malali patient. SGT. Kofford assisted in this, first tooth extraction at the Malali medical aid tent. The 126th personnel are providing three days of medical care to the local population in support of the first combined humanitarian and civic assistance exercise conducted between the United States and Guyana. Military personnel from Air Force, Air Force Reserve & National Guard, Army, Army National Guard and Marine Corps participated in the exercise which included engineering and medical readiness training

A medical technician from the 126th Medical Squadron, O'Hare Field, Chicago, Ill., sorts through boxes of prescription eyeglasses at the medical aid tent at Malali. The 126th personnel are providing three days of medical care to the local population in support of the first combined humanitarian and civic assistance exercise conducted between the United States and Guyana. Military personnel from Air Force, Air Force Reserve & National Guard, Army, Army National Guard and Marine Corps participated in the exercise which included engineering and medical readiness training

The medical aid tent erected by personnel assigned to the 126th Medical Squadron, O'Hare Field, Chicago, Ill., was located next to the river, used by the Malali residents for transportation. The 126th personnel provided three days of medical care to the local Malali population in support of the first combined humanitarian and civic assistance exercise conducted between the United States and Guyana. Military personnel from Air Force, Air Force Reserve & National Guard, Army, Army National Guard and Marine Corps participated in the exercise which included engineering and medical readiness training

Electronics Warfare Technician Second Class Dave Kronebusch reads the news during an intermission between broadcasts at the Radio Mir transmitter site. The site is located 906 meters above sea level on Grdonj Hill, and supports the Stabilization Force Information Command Center in Sarajevo, Bosnia. Found at 106.2 MHZ on the dial, Radio Mir (which translated means Radio Peace) broadcasts service information, spotlights political developments, and plays music for the local Bosnian population. The site is currently maintained by a six-person Reserve unit from Virginia. It is their responsibilty to broadcast the pre-recorded tapes daily from 6 am to 12 pm. Being a self sustained unit, the...

A Radio Mir transmission site technician fades a tape between news and music. The Radio Mir transmitter site is located 906 meters above sea level on Grdonj Hill, and supports the Stabilization Force Information Command Center in Sarajevo, Bosnia. Found at 106.2 MHZ on the dial, Radio Mir (which translated means Radio Peace) broadcasts service information, spotlights political developments, and plays music for the local Bosnian population. The site is currently maintained by a six-person Reserve unit from Virginia. It is their responsibilty to broadcast the pre-recorded tapes daily from 6 am to 12 pm. Being a self sustained unit, the biggest challenge for them is logistics. Without...

Electronics Warfare Technician Second Class Dave Kronebusch (left), activated from the Fleet Information Warfare Center, Little Creek, Virginia, receives the day's tapes at the Radio Mir transmitter site, the tapes were recorded in downtown Sarajevo. The Radio Mir transmitter site is located 906 meters above sea level on Grdonj Hill, and supports the Stabilization Force Information Command Center in Sarajevo, Bosnia. Found at 106.2 MHZ on the dial, Radio Mir (which translated means Radio Peace) broadcasts service information, spotlights political developments, and plays music for the local Bosnian population. The site is currently maintained by a six-person Reserve unit from Virginia. It...

Aviation Electronics Technician Second Class Craig Toporek, activated from the Fleet Information Warfare Center in Little Creek, Virginia, relaxes in his room at the Radio Mir transmission site. The Radio Mir transmitter site is located 906 meters above sea level on Grdonj Hill, and supports the Stabilization Force Information Command Center in Sarajevo, Bosnia. Found at 106.2 MHZ on the dial, Radio Mir (which translated means Radio Peace) broadcasts service information, spotlights political developments, and plays music for the local Bosnian population. The site is currently maintained by a six-person Reserve unit from Virginia. It is their responsibilty to broadcast the pre-recorded...

Electronis Warfare Technician Second Class Dave Kronebusch, activated from the Fleet Information Warfare Center in LittleCreek, Virginia, reaches to catch a tool to change a light bulb on the outside perimeter of the Radio Mir transmitter site. The site is located 906 meters above sea level on Grdonj Hill, and supports the Stabilization Force Information Command Center in Sarajevo, Bosnia. Found at 106.2 MHZ on the dial, Radio Mir (which translated means Radio Peace) broadcasts service information, spotlights political developments, and plays music for the local Bosnian population. The site is currently maintained by a six-person Reserve unit from Virginia. It is their responsibilty to...

Electronics Warfare Technician Second Class Dave Kronebusch lights the coals of a grill in preparation for the evenings dinner at the Radio Mir transmitter site. The Radio Mir transmitter site is located 906 meters above sea level on Grdonj Hill, and supports the Stabilization Force Information Command Center in Sarajevo, Bosnia. Found at 106.2 MHZ on the dial, Radio Mir (which translated means Radio Peace) broadcasts service information, spotlights political developments, and plays music for the local Bosnian population. The site is currently maintained by a six-person Reserve unit from Virginia. It is their responsibilty to broadcast the pre-recorded tapes daily from 6 am to 12 pm...

GUNNERY Sergeant Mark Makowski activated from the Fleet Information Warfare Center, Little Creek, Virginia, works on the weekly supply list for the Radio Mir tranmitter site in Sarajevo, Bosnia. The Radio Mir transmitter site is located 906 meters above sea level on Grdonj Hill, and supports the Stabilization Force Information Command Center in Sarajevo, Bosnia. Found at 106.2 MHZ on the dial, Radio Mir (which translated means Radio Peace) broadcasts service information, spotlights political developments, and plays music for the local Bosnian population. The site is currently maintained by a six-person Reserve unit from Virginia. It is their responsibilty to broadcast the pre-recorded...

Electronics Technician Second Class Steve Thompson, activated from the Fleet Information Warfare Center in LittleCreek, Virginia, makes a test broadcast in the portable studio at the Radio Mir Transmitter.The Radio Mir transmitter site is located 906 meters above sea level on Grdonj Hill, and supports the Stabilization Force Information Command Center in Sarajevo, Bosnia. Found at 106.2 MHZ on the dial, Radio Mir (which translated means Radio Peace) broadcasts service information, spotlights political developments, and plays music for the local Bosnian population. The site is currently maintained by a six-person Reserve unit from Virginia. It is their responsibilty to broadcast the...

Construction Mechanic Second Class, Seabee Ray Rice, prepares breakfast for the crew of the Radio Mir Transmitter. The Radio Mir transmitter site is located 906 meters above sea level on Grdonj Hill, and supports the Stabilization Force Information Command Center in Sarajevo, Bosnia. Found at 106.2 MHZ on the dial, Radio Mir (which translated means Radio Peace) broadcasts service information, spotlights political developments, and plays music for the local Bosnian population. The site is currently maintained by a six-person Reserve unit from Virginia. It is their responsibilty to broadcast the pre-recorded tapes daily from 6 am to 12 pm. Being a self sustained unit, the biggest challenge...

A small family gathers in a river near the small town of Fajardo, Puerto Rico to wash clothing and frolic in the water. The small Puerto Rican city has been without electricity for two days. The local population currently uses the river to bathe and wash clothing. Hurricane George winds caused devastating damage to homes and property though out Puerto Rico and other neighboring Caribbean Islands

A family from the city of Fajardo, Puerto Rico carry baskets of clothing to wash in the local river. The small Puerto Rican city has been without electricity for two days. The local population currently uses the river to bathe and wash clothing. Hurricane George winds caused devastating damage to homes and property though out Puerto Rico and other neighboring Caribbean Islands

A local Fajardo, Puerto Rico resident washes clothing in the town's river. Her and the other residents of Fajardo have been without electricity for two days. The local population currently uses the river to bathe and wash clothing. Hurricane George winds caused devastating damage to homes and property though out Puerto Rico and other neighboring Caribbean Islands

Lance Corporal Timothy Marino, 3D Battalion 2D Marines, conducts a mirror vehicle inspection while posted at the front gate of Camp Fairwinds. US Support Group Haiti (USSGH) is stationed in Port Au Prince, Haiti in support of Operation UPHOLD DEMOCRACY to improve the health and rebuild the infrastructure of the Haitian population

The wooden Bivouvacs become a makeshift home for the service members residing on Camp Fairwinds during US Support Group Haiti (USSGH). USSGH is stationed in Port Au Prince, Haiti, in support of Operation UPHOLD DEMOCRACY established to improve the infrastructure and the health of the Haitian population

Camp Fairwinds acts as a Motor Pool for M998 High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles (HMMWV) and as a home for the Marines during US Support Group Haiti (USSGH). USSGH is stationed in Port Au Prince, Haiti in support of Operation UPHOLD DEMOCRACY established to improve the infrastructure and the health of the Haitian population

Lance Corporal Adam Nieves, 3D Battalion, 2D Marines, conducts security checks over the TA-312 field phone at Post #2, which provides perimeter security for USSGH, Camp Fairwinds. US Support Group Haiti (USSGH) is stationed in Port Au Prince, Haiti in support of Operation UPHOLD DEMOCRACY established to improve the infrastructure and the health of the Haitian population

Haitian citizens walking to the market in downtown Port Au Prince during Operation UPHOLD DEMOCRACY in place to improve the health and rebuild the infrastructure of the Haitian population

Marines from 3D Battalion 2D Marines take phone opportunities to call home while at Camp Fairwinds, Port Au Prince, Haiti, as part of US Support Group Haiti (USSGH) in support of Operation UPHOLD DEMOCRACY that improves the health and infrastructure of the Haitian population

Marines from 3D Battalion 2D Marines with M40A1 sniper rifle, sharpen their sniper skills on the rifle range set high in the hills right outside of Port Au Prince, Haiti as part of US Support Group Haiti (USSGH), Port Au Prince, Haiti, in support of Operation UPHOLD DEMOCRACY. The tasks of USSGH include setting up HA (Humanitarian Assistant) sites, in order to improve the health and rebuild the infrastructure of the Haitian population

Soldiers and sailors, as part of US Support Group Haiti (USSGH), work side by side to renovate an old school house for the Haitian children during Operation UPHOLD DEMOCRACY. The tasks of USSGH include setting up HA (Humanitarian Assistant) sites, in order to improve the health and rebuild the infrastructure of the Haitian population

A group of Coast Guardsmen gather at a renovation site in order to lend a hand in the rebuilding of a school house as part of US Support Group Haiti (USSGH), Port Au Prince, Haiti, in support of Operation UPHOLD DEMOCRACY. The tasks of USSGH include setting up HA (Humanitarian Assistant) sites, in order to improve the health and infrastructure of the Haitian population

Soldiers and sailors work side by side to renovate an old school house for the Haitian children as part of US Support Group Haiti (USSGH) during UPHOLD DEMOCRACY. The school is part of many Humanitarian Assistant (HA) sites established to improve the health and infrastructure of the Haitian population

Hospital Corpsman Third Class (HM3) Johnathan Canter, 2D Medical Battalion, removes a lump on a Haitian's chest at the HA (Humanitarian Assistant) site, Bernard Mev, in support of Operation UPHOLD DEMOCRACY. Bernard Mev is the only indoor hospital the US Military provides for the Haitian population

Air Force civil engineers and civilian contractors attach a portable shelter to a crane at Royal Air Force Fairford, England. The population of the English base has expanded three fold in the last two months due to the influx of people in support of NATO Operation Allied Force. The portable shelters will be used to augment existing dormitories

Air Force civil engineers and civilian contractors lower a portable shelter into position at Royal Air Force Fairford, England. The population of the English base has expanded three fold in the last two months due to the influx of people in support of NATO Operation Allied Force. The portable shelters will be used to augment existing dormitories (not shown). (Duplicate image, see also DDSD0002594 or search 990416F8138F001)

Air Force civil engineers and civilian contractors position a portable shelter at Royal Air Force Fairford, England. The population of the base has expanded three fold in the last two months due to the influx of people (not shown) in support of Operation Allied Force. The portable shelters will be used to augment existing dormitories (not shown)

Air Force civil engineers and civilian contractors back a portable shelter into a lot at Royal Air Force Fairford, England. The shelter is then lifted with a crane (not shown) and lowered into its final position. The population of the English base has expanded three fold in the last two months due to the influx of people in support of NATO Operation Allied Force. The portable shelters will be used to augment existing dormitories (not shown)

Air Force civil engineers and civilian contractors lower a portable shelter into position at Royal Air Force Fairford, England. The population of the English base has expanded three fold in the last two months due to the influx of people (not shown) in support of NATO Operation Allied Force. The portable shelters will be used to augment existing dormitories (not shown). (Duplicate image, see also DDSD0002662 or search 990416F8138F001)

GEN Michael Ryan, CHIEF of STAFF of the Air Force, receives an update on the current camp population from CMSGT James Rago at Tirana, Albania. CMSGT Rago is deployed as part of the Personnel Support Contingency Operation (PERSCO) to support deployed troops. Personnel are deployed to the region in support of Operation Shinning Hope

[Hurricane Ike] Houston, TX, September 20, 2008 -- FEMA Public Information Officer Alberto Pillot is interviewed by KXLN-TV, a Spanish station, at the Mobile Disaster Recovery Center on Chimney Rock Road. FEMA has many Spanish translators at its DRCs to accommodate the large Hispanic population affected by Hurricane Ike. Photo by Greg Henshall / FEMA

The Barksdale Sports and Physical Fitness Center reception desk (left) is equipped with a video surveillance to view the entire complex. The racquetball court (right) is one the four courts at the new center. The new facility is 48,000 square feet that offers four raquetball courts, an 1/8th of a mile indoor track, a cardio theater, a fully equipped and free machine weight room, men's and women's locker room with one-day use lockers, private saunas, and a dedicated aerobic room along with other features. The new center will open it's doors to the base population June 26, 2001

The aerobic room in the Barksdale Sports and Physical Fitness Center has a 'bouncing' floor to give ease on the knees for people using the room. The new facility is 48,000 square feet in area that offers four racquetball courts, an 1/8th of a mile indoor track, a cardio theater, a fully equipped free machine weight room, men's and women's locker room with one-day use lockers, private saunas, and a dedicated aerobic room along with other features. The new center will open it's doors to the base population June 26, 2001

From the suspended track, people can view two full size basketball courts at the Barksdale Sports and Physical Fitness Center. The new facility is 48,000 square feet in area that offers four raquetball courts, an 1/8th of a mile indoor track, a cardio theater, a fully equipped free machine weight room, men's and women's locker room with one-day use lockers, private saunas, and a dedicated aerobic room along with other features. The new center will open it's doors to the base population June 26, 2001

One of the features that the Barksdale Sports and Fitness Center offers, is a state of the art cardio theater in the cardio-aerobic room. The new facility is 48,000 square feet that offers four racquetball courts, an 1/8th of a mile indoor track, a cardio theater, a fully equipped and free machine weight room, men's and women's locker room with one-day use lockers, private saunas, and a dedicated aerobic room along with other features. The new center will open it's doors to the base population June 26, 2001

On the outside of the Barksdale Sports and Physical Fitness Center, under construction is a track and field area that will be completed in late August. The new facility is 48,000 square feet in area that offers four racquetball courts, an 1/8th of a mile indoor track, a cardio theater, a fully equipped free and machine weight room, men's and women's locker room with one-day use lockers, private saunas, and a dedicated aerobic room along with other features. The new center will open it's doors to the base population June 26, 2001

This poster, titled "Fatigue", was created for the Third (III) Corps & Fort Hood S-1 Safety Section, and targeted at helping promote driving safety and the dangers of driving while fatigued. . The text at the bottom of this poster reads "There's nothing like a good nights sleep!" The target audience is the soldier population of Fort Hood. The photograph incorporated in this poster is intended to provide a grim reminder of the result of driving while tired

This poster, titled "Seat Belts", was created for the Third (III) Corps & Fort Hood S-1 Safety Section, and is targeted at helping promote seat belt use. The target audience is the soldier population of Fort Hood. The text at the bottom of this poster reads "There is no excuse for not wearing your seat belt!"

Glen Gerber, of the San Diego Zoo, and Peter Tolson, of the Toledo Zoo, mark transects across the different types of terrain inhabited by Iguanas, in order to get an accurate count of reptiles population, while conducting wildlife preservation research at Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. From the US Navy (USN) "ALL HANDS" Magazine, August 2001 Issue

Members of the media from BBC and Anglia television, and radio stations, document the news conference held at the Eagles' Landing, RAF Lakenheath, United Kingdom, by the 48th Fighter Wing Commander, Colonel John T. Brennan, USAF. The news conference held to inform the local population on the current operations at the base in light of the recent terrorist attacks against the United States. Shortly after 8 AM (EST) on September 11, 2001 in an attempt to frighten the American people, terrorist mounted attacks on the World Trade Centers Twin Towers in New York and at the Pentagon. Hijackers deliberately flew civilian airliners into the buildings, killing themselves, the passengers and...

Colonel John T. Brennan, USAF, 48th Fighter Wing Commander, RAF Lakenheath, UK, listens to a flurry of questions from the media at the Eagles' Landing. The news conference held to inform the local population on the current operations at the base in light of the recent terrorist attacks against the United States. Shortly after 8 AM (EST) on September 11, 2001 in an attempt to frighten the American people, terrorist mounted attacks on the World Trade Centers Twin Towers in New York and at the Pentagon. Hijackers deliberately flew civilian airliners into the buildings, killing themselves, the passengers and thousands on the ground. All bases worldwide are on the highest states of alert,...