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Hoping For Better Results

Maine election results

Results of British bombardment of Mametz - France

Airplanes - Inspection - Acceptance Park, Detroit, Mich. Results of too much oil. From M.I.D

American Library Association - Dispatch - Results of a book drive - A.L.A. - Boston, Mass

Airplanes - Struts - Struts wrapped with bakelized canvas. In experimenting with struts for aeroplanes, better results were obtained with plain spruce struts of the same total width as the bakelized struts. Forest Products Laboratory, Madison, Wis

American Library Association - Dispatch - Results of a book drive - A.L.A. - Boston, Mass

Colleges and Universities - University of Michigan - Trueing up a front axle. Checking the results of their efforts. Chassis Department, Auto Mechanics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Case History No. 7: How Local Joint Program Information Committees Are Getting Results....For the Official Use of Local Joint Program Information Committees. Prepared By the War Manpower Commission and War Production Board in Collaboration with War and Nav

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Photograph of Results of Repeated Burning in an Unprotected Area

Photograph of Results of the 1946 Mack Lake Fire on the Mio District

Photograph of Results of the 1946 Mack Lake Fire on the Mio District

Scattering results in e12 and a40 nuclei. Photo taken 3/13/1952. 60"-443. Principal Investigator/Project: Crocker Lab/60-inch

Photograph of Forest Ranger Kopecky Examing Results of Timber Stand Improvement (TSI) Project

Miners Waiting for Their Examination at the Appalachian Regional Hospital in Beckley, West Virginia, Dr. Donald Rasmussen's Black Lung Laboratory Uses Known Testing Methods to Determine if Miners are Suffering from the Disease Which Results from Coal Dust Filling Lung Sacs and Causing Progressive Shortening of Breath, the Lab, with Funds Paid Mainly by the United Mine Workers Union, is Well Known to All Coal Miners Who Come from Several States

Mr. and Mrs. Berry Howard of Cumberland, Kentucky, and the New Truck He Just Bought with Some of His Black Lung Payments, He Retired from the Mines Several Years Ago, the Disease Results from Coal Dust Particles Filling Air Sacs in the Lungs and Causes a Progressive Shortness of Breath

COMBINED FEDERAL CAMPAIGN CFC RESULTS ON BLACKBOARD IN THE FACILITIES OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE DIVISION FOMD OFFICE

FOMD COMBINED FEDERAL CAMPAIGN CFC 1976 CAMPAIGN RESULTS

IMEP INDICATED MEAN EFFECTIVE PRESSURE INSTRUMENTATION RESULTS

MIXER NOZZLE MODEL GLYCERENE FLOW VISUALIZATION RESULTS

CFC COMBINED FEDERAL CAMPAIGN RESULTS CHALKBOARD DISPLAY

MIXER NOZZLE MODEL GLYCERENE FLOW VISUALIZATION RESULTS

Clustering Results

CYCLIC TEST RESULTS

A medical technician wearing protective clothing checks the results of a "patient's" electrocardiogram during a chemical warfare training exercise

Five members of the Provisioning Division study the test results and proposals on the new 40mm machine gun, Mark 19 MOD 3. The Provisioning Division is having a conference aboard the base

MSGT Frank Ander, 2146th Communication Squadron, plugs a camera into the power supply so the camera can be adjusted. The camera is being used to record ordnance test results on the Korean Tactical Range, located approximately 90 miles east of Osan Air Base, South Korea

Diagram showing results of air flow studies conducted on the NKC-135 airborne laser laboratory (ALL) aircraft

U.S. Marine Corps COL Fowler, umpire for Operation Northern Wedding '82, discusses the results of a tank battle with an umpire from the Danish army

A Royal Australian Air Force member places missions and their results on an operations scheduling board during Exercise Sandgroper '82

Royal Australian Air Force members place missions and their results on an operations scheduling board during Exercise Sandgroper '82

A ground crewman signals the pilot of a C-141 Starlifter aircraft after its landing, carrying Marines for replacement duty in Beirut, Lebanon. The replacements will take over for the Marines who were killed or injured as the results of a terrorist bomb attack at the Marine barracks and headquarters building

First Lieutenant Joseph Wood, left, inside the tower at Koon-Ni, radios scores to pilots before they begin their next run on targets at the gunnery and bombing range. The results are tabulated by STAFF Sergeant Leslie Barry, range control supervisor, and Chun Song Chong, a bomb spotter. AIRMAN Magazine, April 1984

A U.S. Navy physician and a patient discuss test results in the waiting room at the Sigonella Naval Regional Medical Clinic

A communications breakdown between a K-loader driver and ground personnel results in a dented engine as the K-loader hits the already damaged C-141B Starlifter aircraft which it was moving. The aircraft was damaged when it slid off the runway after landing on the airfield

Australian non-commissioned officer Jeffrey O'Hara works against the clock to identify, mark, and plot targets from reconnaissance photography, as Squadron Leader Martin Jock waits for the results. Their team is competing at the 1988 Worldwide Reconnaissance Air Meet (RAM '88)

A technician examines a printout of results from the testing of urine samples for the presence of THC, cocaine, PCP, opiates, and amphetamines, in the Department of Defense's program to screen job applicants and some employees for use of illegal drugs

BGEN Robert B. Johnston, second from left, CHIEF of STAFF, Marine Corps Bases, Japan, looks at GUNNERY SGT Hood's inspection notes following the drill portion of the air station's Commanding General's inspection. Waiting for the results are, from right, 1LT R.G. Durko, Drill Platoon Commander, SGM Crouch, COL Robert R. Renier, Commanding Officer of the Air Station, and COL Cruse

Sea smoke trails after the fantail of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN (CVN-72) as the vessel is underway off the Virginia Capes near Norfolk. The vapor results when warm Gulf Stream air currents and the colder air of Atlantic coastal winter

An instructor waits as two recruits examine a target for the results of rifle qualifications during basic training

Paul Lewis, a civilian contractor, records the results of an air quality test performed on a container of chemical munitions for leaks during Operation Steel Box. The container, part of a shipment transported to Johnston Atoll aboard Military Sealift Command ships, is being checked for leaks before the munitions are taken to the U.S. Army Chemical Activity on the atoll for storage and disposal

Two reinforced concrete aircraft hangars at the Ahmed Al Jaber Airfield show the results of a coalition bombing strike during Operation Desert Storm. The hangars had been suspected of housing Iraqi aircraft. The photograph was taken from a Fighter Squadron 84 (VF-84) F-14A Tomcat aircraft using the Tactical Air Reconnaissance Pod System (TARPS)

Photographer's Mate 2nd Class Bruce Conners of Detachment A, Fleet Imaging Command Pacific, videotapes a Marine tactical air control party (TACP) as they watch the results of a strike called in during a live-fire exercise. The area is still covered by volcanic ash from the eruption of Mount Pinatubo in June 1991

STS057-28-036 - STS-057 - Crewmember at work in the SPACEHAB recording experiment results.

STS057-28-037 - STS-057 - Crewmember at work in the SPACEHAB recording experiment results.

STS057-28-035 - STS-057 - Crewmember at work in the SPACEHAB recording experiment results.

LT. CMDR. (Dr.) Susan Kaweski and LT. (Dr.) Mel Payne study a patient's magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) results at Balboa Hospital

Photograph of President William J. Clinton and Vice President Albert Gore Watching the Results of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) Vote in the Private Residence at the White House

Photograph of President William J. Clinton and Vice President Albert Gore Watching the Results of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) Vote in the Private Residence at the White House

Crewmen of an M60A3 main battle tank discuss the results of a field training exercise during Central Guardian, a phase of Exercise REFORGER '85. Other M60A3 tanks of Company B, 2nd Battalion, 33rd Armor, are in the background

An SH-60F Seahawk helicopter from the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD) hovers over a floating target to observe the results of the test firing of the Hellfire missile from the SH-60 helo platform.(Exact date unknown)

An SH-60F Seahawk helicopter from the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD) hovers over a floating target to observe results of the test firing of the Hellfire missile from the SH-60 helo platform.(Exact date unknown)

A USAF fitness monitor records the results of person taking the Air Force cycle ergometry test. From AIRMAN Magazine's May 1995 issue "Cycle Ergometry: Shifting Gears"

A rear view of a USAF fitness monitor as he records the results of person taking the Air Force cycle ergometry test. From AIRMAN Magazine's May 1995 issue "Cycle Ergometry: Shifting Gears"

Portrait of DoD Ms. Karen C. Alderman, Director of Performance Measures and Results, Office of the Secretary of Defense, (U.S. Army photo by Mr. Scott Davis) (Released) (PC-192564)

Blackboard showing day-to-day results of the antiproton experiment were displayed in the bevatron. Photograph taken October 6,1955. Bevatron-943

Bubble chamber event. Invisible gamma ray photons produce pairs of electrons and positrons in a bubble chamber at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. One of the most important results of modern physics, the direct conversion of energy into matter. See also XBD200007-01094.TIF. XBB6911-07281

The four-inch bubble chamber. The first hydrogen chamber to produce results of scientific interest. It was built at Lawrence Radiation Laboratory in 1955 by Doug Parmentier (l.) and Pete Schwemin (r.), technicians in the Alvarez group. The year before, Parmentier and Schwemin, continuing a line of research begun by their coworker John Wood, had demonstrated another important "first." The first workable chamber of combined metal-and-glass, rather than all-glass, construction. That chamber, the 2 1/2-inch, was the first real prototype of a modern, practical, liquid-hydrogen bubble chamber. Photograph taken November 19, 1954. Bubble Chamber-2

Grapg showing results of model tests on resonant frequencies of re-entrant activities. Photograph taken January 26, 1949. LINAC-589

SENIOR AIRMAN Lloyd Wood, 55th Security Police Squadron instructs SENIOR AIRMAN Delanie Stafford as he fires at the target screen of the Fire Arms Training System. The qualifying round results are shown on the screen

An AIM-120A AMRAMM missile is launched from a High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV), at Site 15A at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. Designated HUMRAAM, the demonstration was a joint U. S. Air Force, U. S. Army and industry program to determine the feasibility of launching AIM-120A AMRAMM missiles from a HMMWV configured with five launchers. The results of the launches were favorable and may lead to additional testing

An AIM-120A AMRAMM missile is launched from a High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV), at Site 15A at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. Designated HUMRAAM, the demonstration was a joint U. S. Air Force, U. S. Army and industry program to determine the feasibility of launching AIM-120A AMRAMM missiles from a HMMWV configured with five launchers. The results of the launches were favorable and may lead to additional testing

US Navy Commander Laurier McCravy (right) discusses the results of an oral exam with one of her patients. CDR McCravy is an oral surgeon on board the US Navy's nuclear powered aircraft carrier USS CARL VINSON (CVN 70) and was the first woman assigned permanently to the crew. Commanded by captain Larry Baucom (not shown), Carl Vinson is deployed to the Persian Gulf enforcing the extended "No Fly Zone" over Iraq in support of Operation SOUTHERN WATCH

STS062-45-016 - STS-062 - Results of Auroral Photography Experiment-B

STS062-45-034 - STS-062 - Results of Auroral Photography Experiment-B

STS062-45-015 - STS-062 - Results of Auroral Photography Experiment-B

Two Navy recruiters are shown discussing a potential recruits aptitude test results at the local recruiting office in the San Diego area

STS062-45-014 - STS-062 - Results of Auroral Photography Experiment-B

STS062-45-012 - STS-062 - Results of Auroral Photography Experiment-B

STS062-45-028 - STS-062 - Results of Auroral Photography Experiment-B

STS062-45-022 - STS-062 - Results of Auroral Photography Experiment-B

STS062-45-013 - STS-062 - Results of Auroral Photography Experiment-B

STS062-45-002 - STS-062 - Results of Auroral Photography Experiment-B

Two Navy recruiters are shown discussing aptitude test results of potential Navy recruits at the local recruiting office

STS062-45-010 - STS-062 - Results of Auroral Photography Experiment-B

Electrician Technician First Class Ray Cole (left), member of the Naval Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit 7 members from San Diego, California, reviews, on a computer system, the results of the search effort for the four 500 pound Mark 82 bombs carried by the A-10 that crashed on Gold Dust Peak

Electrician Talmadge Jones, Jr. (left), LCDR Jeff Danshaw (second from left), and Electrician Technician First Class Ray Cole (second from right), members of the Naval Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit 7 members from San Diego, California, look at the results of the search effort for the four 500 pound Mark 82 bombs as Boatswain Mate Second Class Melvis Selerino (right) looks on. The bombs were carried by the A-10 that crashed on Gold Dust Peak

Electrician Technician First Class Ray Cole (left), member of the Naval Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit 7 from San Diego, California, reviews, on a computer system, the results of the search effort for the four 500 pound Mark 82 bombs carried by the A-10 that crashed on Gold Dust Peak. In the foreground is part of the sensing equipment being used

Electrician Technician First Class Ray Cole (left) and LCDR Jeff Danshaw (right), members of the Naval Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit 7 members from San Diego, California, look at the results of the search effort for the four 500 pound Mark 82 bombs carried by the A-10 that crashed on Gold Dust Peak

Army researchers use the latest generation computing hardware and graphics processors to investigate results of numerical situations. Mr. Stephen Jones, a Government Contractor for SAIC looks at a computer monitor that shows volume visualization of flow field interaction between missile and Brilliant Anti-armor (BAT) submunition. This all takes place at the US Army Research Laboratory Major Shared Resource Center/Scientific Visualization Laboratory at Aberdeen, Maryland

Scientists use Immersive Technology and stereoscopic displays to investigate computational results. Jennifer Hare, from ARL, and Eric Schmitt, from Raytheon Systems, look at the visual results of a computation, which studies the effects of debris generated when a segmented penetrator impacts the target. This all takes place at the US Army Research Laboratory Major Shared Resource Center/Scientific Visualization Laboratory at Aberdeen, Maryland

US Air Force (USAF) STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Cole (left), SSGT Knapp (center), and SSGT McCabe (right), 19th Air Refueling Group (ARG), the Black Knights, Robins Air Force Base (AFB), Georgia (GA), Rodeo 98 Team members wait to hear the judging results of the inspection of their ground refuel operation during the ground refueling competition portion of the USAF Air Mobility Command (AMC) sponsored Rodeo 98 airlift competition at McChord AFB, Washington (WA)

Two US Air Force (USAF) Rodeo 98 Umpires discuss the results of their refueling inspection before debriefing the latest competitors during the ground refueling competition portion of the USAF Air Mobility Command (AMC) sponsored Rodeo 98 airlift competition at McChord Air Force Base (AFB), Washington (WA)

US Air Force (USAF) Engine Mechanic STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) John Fennel, 446th Maintenance Squadron (MXS), McChord Air Force Base (AFB), Washington (WA), anxiously waits with other Rodeo 98 Team members for the judging results from after completing his units C-141B Starlifter aircraft basic post-flight maintenance inspection competition portion of the USAF Air Mobility Command (AMC) sponsored Rodeo 98 airlift competition at McChord AFB, WA

US Air Force (USAF) 446th Maintenance Squadron (MXS), McChord Air Force Base (AFB), Washington (WA), Rodeo 98 Team members put their hands together for a team cheer while waiting for the judging results from their C-141B Starlifter aircraft basic post-flight maintenance inspection competition portion of the USAF Air Mobility Command (AMC) sponsored Rodeo 98 airlift competition at McChord AFB, WA

Belgian Air Force Lieutenant (LT) Tom Jennen, Maintenance Team CHIEF, 20th Squadron, Air Transport, 15th Airlift Wing (AW), listens to the results after his Rodeo 98 Team completed refueling their C-130 Hercules cargo aircraft during the ground refuel inspection competition portion of the US Air Force (USAF) Air Mobility Command (AMC) sponsored Rodeo 98 airlift competition at McChord Air Force Base (AFB), Washington (WA)

West Virginia Air National Guard (WVANG) MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) Cleatus Bell (left) and Captain (CPT) Cara Simms (right),167th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron (AES), Martinsburg, West Virginia (WV), wait to hear their time results after completing the aeromedical combat configuration and loading competition portion of the US Air Force (USAF) Air Mobility Command (AMC) sponsored Rodeo 98 airlift competition at McChord Air Force Base (AFB), Washington (WA)

Two US Air Force (USAF) Rodeo 98 Umpires, SENIOR MASTER Sergeant (SMSGT) Cremer (center, left) and MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) Tryba (center, right), discuss the results of a refueling inspection for one Rodeo 98 Refueling Team during the ground refuel inspection competition portion of the USAF Air Mobility Command (AMC) sponsored Rodeo 98 airlift competition at McChord AFB, Washington (WA)

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