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SPORT RACING CAR AND DENNY THOMPSON

Part of the United States 1978 Armed Forces Wrestling Team as they march into the auditorium for the opening ceremony of the VIII Conseil International Du Sport Militaire (CISM)

Part of the United States 1978 Armed Forces Wrestling Team as they march into the auditorium for the opening ceremony of the VIII Conseil International Du Sport Militaire (CISM)

SPORT SHOW NASA DISPLAY

SPORT SHOW NASA DISPLAY

SPORT SHOW NASA DISPLAY

SPORT SHOW NASA DISPLAY

SPORT SHOW NASA DISPLAY

SPORT SHOW NASA DISPLAY

SPORT SHOW NASA DISPLAY

SPORT SHOW NASA DISPLAY

SPORT SHOW NASA DISPLAY

SPORT SHOW NASA DISPLAY

SPORT SHOW NASA DISPLAY

A participant in the Conseil International du Sport Militaire (CISM) poses in his dress uniform during the 31st annual meeting of military athletes from all over the world

Front view of runners competing in a race as part of the 31st Conseil International du Sport Militaire, an annual meeting of military athletes from all over the world

One of the U.S. participants at the 31st Conseil International du Sport Militaire, an annual meeting of military athletes from all over the world

Two entries in the 31st Conseil International du Sport Militaire (CISM) cross the finish line to end one of the events. The CISM is an annual meeting of military athletes from all over the world

A participant in the 31st Conseil International du Sport Militaire (CISM) crosses the finish line to win one of the running events. The CISM is an annual meeting of military athletes from all over the world

A Yak-12 aircraft that made an unauthorized landing at Tempelhof Central Airport after being stolen from a sport flying field in Poland

A silhouette view of a member of the US team checking her accuracy during the women's sport pistol event of the Olympic Shooting Range Inaugural Competition. The international competition is serving as a test of the facility prior to the 1984 Olympic Games

Lieutenant Colonel Gail N. Liberty, US Air Force, speaks with a reporter during the Olympic Shooting Range during Inaugural Competition. Lieutenant Colonel Liberty represents the US in the women's sport pistol event. The international competition is serving as a test of the facility prior to the 1984 Olympic Games

A silhouette view of Lieutenant Colonel Gail N. Liberty, US Air Force, competing in the women's sport pistol event of the Olympic Shooting Range Inaugural Competition. The international competition is serving as a test of the facility prior to the 1984 Olympic Games

Army Reserve STAFF Sergeant Kim S. Dyer from Hewitt, Texas, participates in the sport pistol competition at the 1984 Summer Olympics

Army Reserve STAFF Sergeant Kim Dyer, a member of the sport pistol team competing at the 1984 Summer Olympics

Army Reserve STAFF Sergeant Kim S. Dyer from Hewitt, Texas, participates in the sport pistol competition at the 1984 Summer Olympics

Army Reserve STAFF Sergeant Kim Dyer, participates in the sport pistol competition at the 1984 Summer Olympics

Army Reserve STAFF Sergeant Kim S. Dyer from Hewitt, Texas, participates in the sport pistol competition at the 1984 Summer Olympics

Army Reserve STAFF Sergeant Kim Dyer, a member of the sport pistol team competing at the 1984 Summer Olympics

Army Reserve SPECIALIST 4 Donald C. Nygord from La Crescenta, California, adjusts his grip during practice for the sport pistol competition at the 1984 Summer Olympics

Army MASTER Sergeant Erich Buljung from Fort Benning, Georgia, practices for the sport pistol competition at the 1984 Summer Olympics

Army SPECIALIST 5 Ruby E. Fox, left, from Parker, Arizona, after receiving a silver medal in the sport pistol competition at the 1984 Summer Olympics. She is standing with the gold medalist

Army SPECIALIST 5 Ruby E. Fox, left, a silver medalist in the sport pistol shooting competition, stands with the gold and bronze medalists at the 1984 Summer Olympics

Army SPECIALIST 5 Ruby E. Fox, left, from Parker, Arizona, after receiving a silver medal in the sport pistol competition at the 1984 Summer Olympics. She is standing with the gold and bronze medal winners

Army Reserve SPECIALIST 4 Donald C. Nygord from La Crescenta, California, participates in the sport pistol competition at the 1984 Summer Olympics

Army SPECIALIST 5 Ruby E. Fox participates in the sport pistol competition at the 1984 Summer Olympics. She won a silver medal for performance in the event

Army MASTER Sergeant Erich Buljung from Fort Benning, Georgia, practices for the sport pistol competition at the 1984 Summer Olympics

Army Reserve Captain Wanda R. Jewell, left, a bronze medalist in the small-bore rifle English competition, stands with Army SPECIALIST 5 Ruby E. Fox, a silver medalist in the sport pistol competition at the 1984 Summer Olympics

Army SPECIALIST 5 Ruby E. Fox from Parker, Arizona, participates in the sport pistol competition at the 1984 Summer Olympics. She won a silver medal for her performance in the event

Army MASTER Sergeant Erich Buljung from Fort Benning, Georgia, practices for the sport pistol competition at the 1984 Summer Olympics

A silhouette of Army SPECIALIST 5 Ruby E. Fox from Parker, Arizona, as she participates in the sport pistol competition at the 1984 Summer Olympics. She won a silver medal for her performance in the event

Army Reserve SPECIALIST 4 Donald C. Nygord from La Crescenta, California, a member of the sport pistol team competing at the 1984 Summer Olympics

Army Reserve SPECIALIST 4 Donald C. Nygord from La Crescenta, California, a member of the sport pistol team competing at the 1984 Summer Olympics

Army SPECIALIST 5 Ruby E. Fox, from Parker, Arizona, talks with a young spectator after receiving a silver medal in the sport pistol competition at the 1984 Summer Olympics

Army SPECIALIST 5 Ruby E. Fox, a member of the shooting team participating at the 1984 Summer Olympics. She won a silver medal for her performance in the sport pistol event

Army SPECIALIST 5 Ruby E. Fox, right, is congratulated by her coach, Dan Iuga, center, and teammate STAFF Sergeant Kim S. Dyer of the Army Reserve, after winning a silver medal in the sport pistol competition at the 1984 Summer Olympics

Army MASTER Sergeant Erich Buljung from Fort Benning, Georgia, practices for the sport pistol competition at the 1984 Summer Olympics

Army SPECIALIST 5 Ruby E. Fox from Parker, Arizona, participates in the sport pistol competition at the 1984 Summer Olympics. She won a silver medal for her performance in the event

Army Reserve STAFF Sergeant Kim S. Dyer from Fort Hewitt, Texas a member of the sport pistol team competing at the 1984 Summer Olympics

Army SPECIALIST 5 Ruby E. Fox from Parker, Arizona, participates in the sport pistol competition at the 1984 Summer Olympics. She won a silver medal for her performance in the event

Army SPECIALIST 5 Ruby E. Fox from Parker, Arizona, adjusts the grip on her pistol during the sport pistol competition at the 1984 Summer Olympics. She won a silver medal for her performance in the event

The US Navy pentathalon team hoist the first place trophy they won during "Seaweek," the military sports event held at the Naval Amphibious Base. Nearly 50 military athletes from the United States, Denmark, the Federal Republic of Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden, Norway, Brazil and Italy particpated in the olympic-style Navy sports competition sponsored by Counseil International Du Sport Militaire, CISM

Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Roger Riggs, commander of the US Air Force Thunderbirds flight demonstration team, assists Grahame Edwards, Australia's minister of sport, in placing the Australian flag on the team's lead F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft. The Thund

SSGT Ruby Fox, U.S. Army Reserve, stands at the ready with her target pistol during the women's sport pistol competition at the 10th Annual Pan American Games. Fox would go on to win a gold medal in the event. Exact Date Shot Unknown

Artwork:"A-37 Last of the Sport Models". Artist: Thomas A. Morgan (CI)

Wanda Howlett, US Army, left, and Lauretta Miller, US Marine Corps, warm down after running their race in the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM)

Hassania Darami of Morocco, second place finisher in the women's five kilometer race, receives her silver medal during the closing ceremony of the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM)

Vincent Rousseau of Belgium, winner of the men's 12 kilometer race, is congradulated after receiving his gold medal during the closing ceremony of the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM)

Members of the Brazilian cross country team participate in the parade of countries at the opening ceremony of the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM)

An Egyptian runner receives medical attention after injuring his arm in the five kilometer race during the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM)

Major General (MGEN) Clifford H. Rees Jr., commander, Air Defense Weapons Center, Tactical Air Command, observes races during the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM)

Karin Lunner of Sweden is met by teammates after finishing her race during the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM)

Marine Corps band member Lance Corporal (LCPL) Michael Morgan plays the saxophone as one fo the 88 doves released during the opening ceremony of the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM) rests on his shoulder

Participants in the men's five kilometer race rush past the starting line during the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM)

The color guard followed by a Marine Corps band leads the parade of countries in the opening ceremony of the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM)

Foreign officers watch as flags from various countries are raised during the opening ceremony of the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM)

R'kiya Maraqui of Morocco, third place finisher in the women's five kilometer race, receives her bronze medal during the closing ceremony of the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM)

The crowd watches as balloons are released during the opening ceremony of the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM)

Hammou Boutayeb of Morocco, third place finisher in the men's 12 kilometer race, receives his bronze medal during the closing ceremony of the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM)

Guiseppe Miccoli of Italy, winner of the men's five kilometer race, receives his gold medal during the closing ceremony of the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM)

Asa Jonson of Sweden is assisted with the application of her numerals before her race during the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM)

Members of the US Armed Forces cross country team participate in the parade of countries at the opening ceremony of the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM)

Spanish officer Manuel Martinez Merludo attends the opening ceremony of the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM)

Members of the Oman cross country team jog along the beach during training for the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM)

The US flag flies along with flags from other nations during the opening ceremony of the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM)

Laura Bearson, best finisher for the US women's team in the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM), talks to the press. Bearson finished in 4th place to give the United States a third place overall for the women's team

Louise Berquist of Sweden receives encouragement from her coach after breaking down prior to her race during the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM)

Steven Tunstall of France, second place finisher in the men's five kilometer race, receives his silver medal during the closing ceremony of the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM)

Members of the French cross country team participate in the parade of countries at the opening ceremony of the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM)

Abdel Razaq of Qatar catches his breath after competing in the five kilometer race during the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM)

Brazilian runner Laurenio Bezerra is fitted for shoes at the base exchange while here participating in the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM)

Antonio Martins of France, third place finisher in the men's five kilometer race, receives his bronze medal during the closing ceremony of the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM)

A member of the US Army precision parachute team lands during an air show at the opening ceremony of the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM)

Fatima Maama of Morocco, winner of the women's five kilometer race, receives her gold medal during the closing ceremony of the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM)

Guiseppe Miccoli of Italy, winner of the men's five kilometer race, is interviewed by the press during the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM)

Winners in the 12 kilometer race and honored guests render a salute during the closing ceremony of the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM)

Eddy Hellenbuyck of Belgium, second place finisher in the men's 12 kilometer race, receives his silver medal during the closing ceremony of the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM)

Honored guests render a salute during the closing ceremony of the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM)

Commodore (CMDR) Cooper, foreign service officer, stands on the reviewing stage during the opening ceremony of the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM)

James Foley of the United States massages his legs after the five kilometer race during the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM)

A small Christmas tree adorns the sport of a newly created opening in the Berlin Wall at Potsdamer Platz

U.S. sailors sport Russian hats as they pose with local residents following the arrival in port of the high endurance cutter USCGC CHASE (WHEC-718) and the guided missile frigate USS MCCLUSKY (FFG-41). The two vessels are visiting Vladivostok on a three-day goodwill port call

A sport side view of the guided missile cruiser USS VELLA GULF (CG-72) underway on acceptance trial

After finishing the Independence Day 5K Fun Run, Commander Skip Wright, Lieutenant Commander Kerry Thompson and Lieutenant Commander Drew Perterson take a break before they go on to the other sport activities planned for the day at Camp Pleso as part of their Independence Day festivities

Historic Columbia River Highway - Windsurfing, a Popular Sport on the Columbia River

Crew members on board the US Navy Attack Submarine USS POGY (SSN 647) sport "Blue-Noses" after returning from Operation SCIENTIFIC EXERCISE '96. The Pogy and her crew spent 50 days underneath the Arctic ice cap during a 93-day planned deployment. The "ORDER OF THE BLUE NOSE" is a tradition among submariners who have pasted underneath and surfaced up though the Arctic ice cap

Guyana Defense Force soldiers stand in formation during the opening ceremony, for New Horizon '97, at Georgetown's National Services Sport Complex. New Horizon '97 is the first combined humanitarian and civic assistance exercise conducted between the United States and Guyana. Military personnel from the 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 1998 Title: Sumo Shuffle Category: Sports Place: First Place SportsOn May 2, 1998, young unranked sumo wrestlers at the Tomozuma Stable in Tokyo end their daily workout routine with a ritualized dance that emphasizes teamwork. Henry Miller (background, center left), son of a retired Air Force MASTER SGT. stationed near Tokyo when Miller was born, is one of a burgeoning number of foreign hopefuls that wish to make it in the sport's highly insular world

Shot of the festivities taking place during Freedom Fest 99 at Fort Gordon, Georgia's Freedom Park. The event included a B1 and F16 aircraft fly over, drill team performances, Signal Corp Band performances, a Green Beret Sport Parachute Team demonstration, and K-9 demonstrations, among others

A parachutist with the American flag flys over Freedom Fest 99 at Fort Gordon, Georgia's Freedom Park. The event included a B1 and F16 aircraft fly over, drill team performances, Signal Corp Band performances, a Green Beret Sport Parachute Team demonstration, and K-9 demonstrations, among others