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College and Universities - University of Texas - Auxiliaries division showing Magneto and Starting and Lighting Laboratory. The men are training as specialists in this line. University of Texas Army Training Detachment, Austin, Texas

Camouflage - Artillery - A camouflage gun in a camouflage town. A large part of the camouflage corps of the U.S. Army were made up of experienced moving picture men. A company of full strength was recruited from willing volunteers in Los Angeles, Cal., among the moving picture specialists. A demonstration held in one of the great Los Angeles studios was a revelation of what camouflage means when it is done by expert movie men. Photo shows instructing officer giving orders to camouflage the huge gun. The background, including houses, etc., are all camouflage

Camouflage - Wooden Guns - A camouflage gun in a camouflage town. A large part of the camouflage companies of the United States Army will be made up of full strength was recruited in 1917, from willing volunteers in Los Angeles, among the moving picture specialists. A demonstration held in one of the Los Angeles studios was a revelation of what camouflage means when it is done by expert movie men. These men changed the scene with a dexterity that was bewildering. A village was raised and its place taken by a forest. Photo shows huge gun camouflaged and filled with the aid of movie smoke

[Audio-Visual Aids Specialists Visit Missions]

[Audio-Visual Aids Specialists Visit Missions]

[Audio-Visual Aids Specialists Visit Missions]

[Audio-Visual Aids Specialists Visit Missions]

[Audio-Visual Aids Specialists Visit Missions]

[Audio-Visual Aids Specialists Visit Missions]

[Audio-Visual Aids Specialists Visit Missions]

[Audio-Visual Aids Specialists Visit Missions]

3/64. Fort Wainwright, Alaska. Fort Wainwright signal specialists implement emergency communication in stricken Valdez (10 Mar. 1964)

Maintaining and repairing delicate flight instruments in the engines of a combat aircraft is the work of A1C Kenneth W. Trossn, left, and George C. Wolf. Both airmen are instrument repairman specialists from the 17th Air Commando Wing

Fire protection specialists fight a fire as an HH-43B Husky helicopter hovers overhead to create a continuous downward air current, assisting the crew members. The crew is assigned to Detachment 8, 38th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron

A munitions specialists prepares bombs as he helps support Strategic Air Command's flying mission during LINEBACKER Operations over North Vietnam

A munitions specialists prepares a bomb that will be used during LINEBACKER Operations over North Vietnam

VISITORS TO THE INTERNATIONAL CLOSED CYCLE MAGNETO HYDRODYNAMICS MHD SPECIALISTS CONFERENCE - RUSSIAN VISITORS FOR SECURITY

VISITORS TO THE INTERNATIONAL CLOSED CYCLE MAGNETO HYDRODYNAMICS MHD SPECIALISTS CONFERENCE - RUSSIAN VISITORS FOR SECURITY

VISITORS TO THE INTERNATIONAL CLOSED CYCLE MAGNETO HYDRODYNAMICS MHD SPECIALISTS CONFERENCE - RUSSIAN VISITORS FOR SECURITY

POWER ELECTRONICS SPECIALISTS CONFERENCE - FIRST DAY

POWER ELECTRONICS SPECIALISTS CONFERENCE - FIRST DAY

1976 POWER ELECTRONICS SPECIALISTS CONFERENCE PESC

1976 POWER ELECTRONICS SPECIALISTS CONFERENCE PESC

1976 POWER ELECTRONICS SPECIALISTS CONFERENCE PESC

POWER ELECTRONICS SPECIALISTS CONFERENCE - FIRST DAY

1976 POWER ELECTRONICS SPECIALISTS CONFERENCE PESC

POWER ELECTRONICS SPECIALISTS CONFERENCE - FIRST DAY

POWER ELECTRONICS SPECIALISTS CONFERENCE - FIRST DAY

1976 POWER ELECTRONICS SPECIALISTS CONFERENCE PESC

POWER ELECTRONICS SPECIALISTS CONFERENCE - FIRST DAY

1976 POWER ELECTRONICS SPECIALISTS CONFERENCE PESC

POWER ELECTRONICS SPECIALISTS CONFERENCE - FIRST DAY

1976 POWER ELECTRONICS SPECIALISTS CONFERENCE PESC

1976 POWER ELECTRONICS SPECIALISTS CONFERENCE PESC

1976 POWER ELECTRONICS SPECIALISTS CONFERENCE PESC

1976 POWER ELECTRONICS SPECIALISTS CONFERENCE PESC

POWER ELECTRONICS SPECIALISTS CONFERENCE - FIRST DAY

POWER ELECTRONICS SPECIALISTS CONFERENCE - FIRST DAY

1976 POWER ELECTRONICS SPECIALISTS CONFERENCE PESC

POWER ELECTRONICS SPECIALISTS CONFERENCE - FIRST DAY

MOUNTED GREAT GALACTIC GHOUL HEART PRESENTED TO G SOFFER BY 1976 PESC POWER ELECTRONICS SPECIALISTS CONFERENCE

1976 POWER ELECTRONICS SPECIALISTS CONFERENCE PESC

Specialists from the Canadian Air Command, Warrant Officer S. L. Smith, left, and Sergeant R. G. Farquhar, right, receive training in the use of components that control the Air Force Avionics Laboratory's optical properties of orbiting spacecraft (OPOS) telescope

US Army intelligence specialists plot points on a map

SPEC. 4's Grady and Christine Johnson, medical laboratory specialists who are also husband and wife, work in the lab at the medical department activity (MEDDAC) health services building

SPEC 5 Patrick G. Marshall, a pharmacy specialists, surveys a shelf as 1LT Martin Beasley, the pharmacy officer, talks on the phone at the medical department activity (MEDDAC) health services complex

A ground-to-air view of the space shuttle Challenger during liftoff from launch complex 39A at 7:33 a.m. EDT. Aboard the Challenger for the seventh launch of the Space Transportation System are CMDR Bob Crippen, pilot Frederick H. Hauck, and mission specialists Sally Ride, John M. Fabian and Dr. Norman Thagard

AESP SPECIALISTS - J HARTSFIELD - G VOGT - B HAWKINS - L PERKES

AESP SPECIALISTS - J HARTSFIELD - G VOGT - B HAWKINS - L PERKES

AESP SPECIALISTS - J HARTSFIELD - G VOGT - B HAWKINS - L PERKES

AESP SPECIALISTS - J HARTSFIELD - G VOGT - B HAWKINS - L PERKES

AESP SPECIALISTS - J HARTSFIELD - G VOGT - B HAWKINS - L PERKES

AESP SPECIALISTS - J HARTSFIELD - G VOGT - B HAWKINS - L PERKES

CPT Dikki Stanley of the 54th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron pilots a WC-130 Hercules aircraft through a typhoon in order to get first hand information on barometric pressure, wind strength, temperatures and directions. This information is relayed to meterorological specialists at the Joint Typhoon Warning Center

552nd Airborne Warning and Control Wing life support specialists repair an oxygen mask

Fire protection specialists from the 317th Civil Engineering Squadron foam the runway in preparation for an emergency wheels-up landing by an Army aircraft

U.S. Air Force Fuel Specialists Merrill R. Knodle, (left) and Barbara Wiedmeier, assigned to the 119th Fighter Wing"Happy Hooligans", North Dakota Air National Guard, pull a fuel hose at Hector International Field, North Dakota. (A3604) (U.S. Air Force PHOTO) (Released)

U.S. Marine Corps CPL. Phil Green, Food Service Specialists, assigned to Headquarters and Service Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, wears his cold weather mask, before a patrol at Forward Operating Base Salerno, located in the Province of Khowst, Afghanistan on December 7, 2004. U.S. Marine Corps, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment Marines are conducting security and stabilization operations in Afghanistan, in support of Operation Enduring. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance CPL. James L. Yarboro) (Released)

Weapons specialists use a bomb loader to load AIM-9P Sidewinder and AIM-7 Sparrow missiles, from a trailer aboard an F-4E Phantom II aircraft. The airmen are assigned to the 4th Aircraft Generations Squadron participating in the exercise Crested Cap

Weapons specialists load a missile on an F-4E Phantom II aircraft with a bomb loader. The airmen are assigned to the 4th Aircraft Generations Squadron participating in the exercise Crested Cap

Medical specialists of the 48th Tactical Fighter Wing set up a tent for a mobile hospital during a training exercise

TECH. SGT. Greg Rachels and STAFF SGT. Ray Johnson, radar maintenance specialists from the 2048th Communications Squadron, discuss the alignment of azimuth and elevation antennas outside the Ground Control Approach trailer

S47-12-016 - STS-047 - Portrait of three mission specialists on STS-47

S114E5214 - STS-114 - STS-114 Mission specialists Thomas and Camarda on aft flight deck.

S47-12-013 - STS-047 - Portrait of three mission specialists on STS-47

S47-12-018 - STS-047 - Portrait of three mission specialists on STS-47

S47-12-012 - STS-047 - Portrait of three mission specialists on STS-47

S47-12-014 - STS-047 - Portrait of three mission specialists on STS-47

S114E5215 - STS-114 - STS-114 Mission specialists Thomas and Camarda on aft flight deck.

S114E5219 - STS-114 - STS-114 Mission specialists Robinson and Camarda on aft flight deck.

S35-49-028 - STS-035 - STS-35 payload specialists perform balancing act on OV-102's middeck

Pararescue specialists from the Military Airlift Command's Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Service (ARRS) treat injured survivors from the capsized Philippines destroyer escort Datu Kalantiaw

Korean specialists and Air Force maintenance technicians remove an engine from an F-4 Phantom II aircraft at the F-4 maintenance depot

Fuel specialists check for, and find, a Hydrazine leak on an F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft from the 429th Tactical Fighter Squadron, Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, during exercise Coronet Wrangler

Mess management Specialists prepare food in the galley on the aircraft carrier USS AMERICA (CV 66)

Mess management specialists prepare food in the galley aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS ENTERPRISE (CVN 65)

Mess management specialists prepare food in the enlisted dining facility aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS ENTERPRISE (CVN 65)

Mess management specialists prepare food in the bakery aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS ENTERPRISE (CVN 65)

Specialists at the wing job control center update display boards that reflect the operational status of every aircraft on the Strategic Air Command base

Space collections specialists train on equipment at the Army Intelligence School

The space shuttle orbiter Challenger lifts off from Complex 39A at 7:33 a.m. EDT. Aboard the seventh flight of the Space Transportation System (STS-7) are: Bob Crippen, commander; Frederick H. Hauck, pilot; and mission specialists Sally Ride, John Fabian and Dr. Norman Thagard

Space shuttle Challenger astronauts greet well-wishers upon their return from space after completing Space Transportation System Mission 7 (STS-7). On the platform are, from left to right, Mission Specialists Dr. Norman Thagard, John Fabian and Dr. Sally Ride; Frederick Hauck, pilot, and Robert Crippen commander. Ride is the first American woman astronaut to fly in space

Space shuttle Challenger astronauts attend a press conference upon their return from space after completing Space Transportation System Mission 7 (STS-7). They are, left to right, Mission Specialists Dr. Norman Thagard, John Fabian and Dr. Sally Ride; Frederick Hauck, pilot, and Robert Crippen, commander. Ride is the first American woman astronaut to fly in space

The space shuttle orbiter Challenger lifts off from Complex 39 during the first night launch of the Space Transportation System (STS). Aboard for the mission (STS-8) are: Richard Truly, commander; Daniel Brardenstein, pilot; and mission specialists Dale G

The space shuttle orbiter Challenger (STS-8) makes the first nighttime landing of the Space Transportation System as it touches down on Runway 22 at 12:40 am PDT at the end of a six-day mission. Aboard the shuttle are: Richard H. Truly, commander; Daniel Brandenstein, pilot; and mission specialists Guion S. Bluford, Dale A. Gardner and Dr. William E. Thornton

Two power production specialists perform maintenance on a mobile power generator during the joint US/Spanish military Exercise CRISEX 83

Mess management specialists pull a pan of food from an oven in the galley aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS ENTERPRISE (CVN 65)

Mess management specialists prepare food in the galley aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS ENTERPRISE (CVN 65)

Mess management specialists prepare french fries to be placed on a serving line in the enlisted dining facility aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS ENTERPRISE (CVN 65)

Mess management specialists prepare Thanksgiving dinner in the aft enlisted dining facility bakery aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS ENTERPRISE (CVN 65)

Mess management specialists prepare a meal for the 22nd anniversary of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS ENTERPRISE (CVN 65) in the galley of the ship

Pararescue specialists STAFF Sergeant John Heath, right, and AIRMAN First Class Jerry Sowles prepare their gear prior to their jump from an HC-130 Hercules aircraft during SAREX '83, a search and rescue training exercise

Sergeant James Tate, in cockpit, and SENIOR AIRMAN Mike Stange, both auto-pilot instrumentation specialists, service an F-111A aircraft during maintenance operations on the flight line

The space shuttle orbiter Challenger (STS-8) makes the first nighttime landing of the Space Transportation System as it touches down on Runway 22 at 12:40 am PDT at the end of a six-day mission. Aboard are Richard H. Truly, commander; Daniel Brandenstein, pilot; and mission specialists Guion S. Bluford, Dale A. Gardner and Dr. William E. Thornton

Mess Management Specialists form loaves of bread aboard the aircraft carrier USS AMERICA (CV 66)

Integrated avionics attack control systems specialists from the 524th Tactical Fighter Training Squadron service the attack and guidance radar system of an F-111D aircraft

AIRMAN First Class (A1C) James R. Nichols, left, Sergeant (SGT) Ricky Brown, center, and SENIOR AIRMAN (SRA) Victor Allen, right, carry an AIM-9 Sidewinder missile away from an F-15 Eagle aircraft during Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '84. They are aircraft arament specialists with the 18th Aircraft Generation Squadron

Armament specialists from the 18th Aircraft Generation Squadron load a Sidewinder (AIM-9) missile onto the wing pylon of an F-15 Eagle aircraft during the joint US/ Korean Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '84

SENIOR AIRMAN Manuel Topete (foreground) and AIRMAN Timothy M. Garczynski, aerospace physiology specialists, inspect a malfunctioning trigger of an ejection seat trainer

Technical Sergeant Santos Navarette (right) and AIRMAN Timothy M. Garczynski, aerospace physiology specialists, test an ejection seat trainer after a malfunctioning trigger has been repaired