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Weary Of The Tiger's Weight, News Item: Judge Gaynor Told a Brooklyn Audience That He Was Sorry He Had Gotten Into the Mayoralty Campaign

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Alaska - Thumb Cove through Tiger Glacier

Alaska - Thumb Cove through Tiger Glacier

Alaska - Thumb Cove through Tiger Glacier

Alaska - Thumb Cove through Tiger Glacier

Alaska - Thumb Cove through Tiger Glacier

Alaska - Thumb Cove through Tiger Glacier

Alaska - Thumb Cove through Tiger Glacier

Alaska - Thumb Cove through Tiger Glacier

Alaska - Thumb Cove through Tiger Glacier

Butt Out Tammany Tiger

The New Leader "With Smile on the Face Of the Tiger."

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An F-5F Tiger II aircraft is loaded into the cargo hold of a C-5A Galaxy aircraft. Eight F-5Es purchased by South Korea will be transported to Taegu Air Base aboard the Galaxy

An F-5F Tiger II aircraft is loaded into the cargo hold of a C-5A Galaxy aircraft. Eight F-5Es purchased by South Korea will be transported to Taegu Air Base aboard the Galaxy

An F-5E Tiger II aircraft touches down on the runway after completing a test of the 30 mm gun pod mounted on the fuselage centerline

An F-5E Tiger II aggressor squadron aircraft takes off

An F-5E Tiger II aggressor squadron aircraft in flight

An F-5E Tiger II aggressor squadron aircraft takes off

A left side view of an F-5 Tiger II aircraft carrying two AIM-9 Sidewinder missiles in flight. The aircraft of the 425th Tactical Fighter Training Squadron, 405th Tactical Training Wing, 12th Air Force, is involved in Tactical Training Luke

A right side view of an F-15 Eagle, F-4C Phantom II, F-104 Starfighter, and F-5 Tiger II aircraft, top to bottom, on a Tactical Training Luke training mission. The aircraft are, respectively, from the 550th, 310th, 69th, and 425th Tactical Fighter Training Squadron, all under the 12th Air Force

Right side view of an F-5E Tiger II aircraft on the flight line ready for take-off

A right side view of an F-5F Tiger II aircraft with its canopy raised as it sits on the flight line

AN air-to-air right side view of an F-5E Tiger II aircraft

AN air-to-air overhead view of an F-5E Tiger II aircraft

AN air-to-air left rear view of an F-5 Tiger II aircraft banking to the left over a range. One AIM-9J Sidewinder missile is on each wing tip. The aircraft is assigned to the 57th Fighter Weapons Wing

AN air-to-air top view of an F-5 Tiger II aircraft banking to the left over a range. One AIM-9J Sidewinder missile is on each wing tip. The aircraft is assigned to the 57th Fighter Weapons Wing

A close-up view of an F-15 Eagle aircraft backseater over a range, with an F-5 Tiger II aircraft seen outside. The F-5 Tiger II aircraft is assigned to the 57th Fighter Weapons Wing and is loaded with one AIM-9J Sidewinder missile on each wing tip

View of the bottom of an F-5 Tiger II aircraft as the jet banks to the right over a range. One AIM-9J Sidewinder missile is on each wing tip. The aircraft is assigned to the 57th Fighter Weapons Wing

AN air-to-air right side view of an F-5 Tiger II aircraft over a range. One AIM-9J Sidewinder missile is on each wing tip. The aircraft is assigned to the 57th Fighter Weapons Wing

AN air-to-air right rear view of the F-5 Tiger II aircraft over a range. One AIM-9J Sidewinder missile is on each wing tip. The aircraft is assigned to the 57th Fighter Weapons Wing

COL Ellis C. Vander, commander, 10th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing, briefs a member of the Huntingdon chapter of the Rotary Club in the cockpit of an F-5E Tiger II aircraft. The tour is a part of the community relations program

During his tour of the zoo with members of the Chinese delegation from the People's Republic of China, Chinese Ambassador to the United States Chai Zemien handles a baby tiger

GUNNERY Sergeant Sparks drills the John Brooks Platoon (Delayed Enlistment Program) at Tiger Stadium to help prepare them for basic training

AN air-to-air overhead view of a six-ship delta formation of F-5E Tiger II aircraft from the 57th Fighter Weapons Wing over a lake. Each aircraft is painted in a different camouflage scheme and is carrying one AIM-9 Sidewinder missile

AN air-to-air overhead view of a six-ship delta formation of F-5E Tiger II aircraft from the 57th Fighter Weapons Wing over a lake. Each aircraft is painted in a different camouflage scheme and is carrying one AIM-9 Sidewinder missile

AN air-to-air right side view of a seven-ship echelon formation of F-5E Tiger II aircraft over a desert. Each aircraft is painted in a different camouflage scheme and is carrying one AIM-9 Sidewinder missile

AN air-to-air right side view of a seven-ship wedge formation of F-5E Tiger II aircraft from the 57th Fighter Weapons Wing. Each aircraft is painted in a different camouflage scheme and is carrying one AIM-9 Sidewinder missile

A workman performs maintenance on an F-5G Tiger II aircraft forward fuselage

AN air-to-air overhead view of a seven-ship echelon formation of F-5E Tiger II aircraft from the 57th Fighter Weapons Wing over a desert. Each aircraft is painted in a different camouflage scheme and is carrying one AIM-9 Sidewinder missile

AN air-to-air left side view of a seven-ship wedge formation of F-5E Tiger II aircraft from the 57th Fighter Weapons Wing over a desert. The aircraft have different camouflage paint schemes

AN air-to-air left side view of an F-4E Phantom II aircraft, foreground, and an F-5E Tiger II aircraft

U.S. Army soldiers are airlifted to Osan by the Flying Tiger Airlines for participation in the Joint Chiefs of STAFF Exercise Team Spirit '81

U.S. Army soldiers are airlifted to Osan by the Flying Tiger Airlines for participation in the Joint CHIEF of STAFF Exercise Team Spirit '81. A soldier arrives on crutches to take part in the exercise

U.S. Army soldiers are airlifted to Osan by the Flying Tiger Airlines for participation in the Joint Chiefs of STAFF Exercise Team Spirit '81. The soldiers leave the air station on a public transportation bus

U.S. Army soldiers are airlifted to Osan by the Flying Tiger Airlines for participation in the Joint Chiefs of STAFF Exercise Team Spirit '81. A soldier arrives on crutches to take part in the exercise

A right side view of an F-15A Eagle aircraft from 67th Tactical Fighter Squadron, front, and two F-5 Tiger II aircraft from the Royal Singapore Air force. The aircraft are involved in a joint U.S.-Australian Air Force exercise Pacific Consort

An A-7 Corsair II aircraft pilot from the Colorado "Tiger" guard displays his colors upon arrival during Operation Gunsmoke '81

Civilian personnel secure F-5 Tiger II aircraft aboard a C-5 Galaxy aircraft. The F-5s, partially disassembled, are enroute to Jordan

A left side view of an F-5 Tiger II aircraft, partially disassembled and prepared for shipment, aboard a C-5 Galaxy aircraft. The F-5 is enroute to Jordan

A right side view of an F-5 Tiger II aircraft being loaded aboard a C-5 Galaxy aircraft. The F-5 is en route to Jordan

Civilian personnel help load an F-5 Tiger II aircraft aboard a C-5 Galaxy aircraft, for shipment to Jordan

Front view of two F-5 Tiger II aircraft partially disassembled aboard a C-5 Galaxy aircraft. The aircraft are enroute to Jordan

A left side view of an F-5 Tiger II aircraft being loaded aboard a C-5 Galaxy aircraft. The F-5, partially disassembled, and with glass surfaces wrapped in a protective covering, is enroute to Jordan

A right side view of an F-5E Tiger II aircraft parked on the flight line. An AIM-9 Sidewinder missile is mounted on its wingtip launcher

A pilot waits in the cockpit while members of the ground crew service his F-5E Tiger II aircraft

An AIM-9 Sidewinder missile installed on the right wingtip launcher of an F-5E Tiger II aircraft

Artwork: "Tiger Picture" Artist: Unknown U.S. Air Force Art Collection

An air-to-air left side view of an F-5 Tiger II aircraft carrying AIM-9 Sidewinder missiles

Right side view of the 747 Shuttle carrier aircraft carrying the Enterprise Space Shuttle Orbiter during take-off. The aircraft is flanked by two F-5 Tiger II aircraft

AN F-5 Tiger II aircraft is loaded aboard a C-5 Galaxy aircraft for shipment to Jordan

An air-to-air right side view of a Tunisian F-5F Tiger II aircraft. OFFICIAL U.S. NAVY PHOTO (RELEASED)

An F-5E Tiger II aircraft taxis down the runway behind an F-4 Phantom II aircraft. These aircraft are participating in exercise Alloy Express

An air-to-air right side view of three U.S. aircraft in formation during exercise Alloy Express. The aircraft are, left to right, F-15A Eagle, F-5E Tiger II and an F-4 Phantom II aircraft

Cargo is loaded aboard a 747 Flying Tiger aircraft at night during exercise Ocean Venture '82

Cargo is loaded aboard a 747 Flying Tiger aircraft at night during exercise Ocean Venture '82

Members of the 372nd Transportation, 101st Airborne Division, disembark a 747 Flying Tiger aircraft during exercise Ocean Venture '82

Members of the 372nd Transportation, 101st Airborne Division, disembark a 747 Flying Tiger aircraft during exercise Ocean Venture '82

A right side view of a 747 Flying Tiger aircraft landing during exercise Ocean Venture '82

Artwork: "Tiger Training II" Artist: Sharleen Pederson

The pilot of a Navy Fighter Weapons School F-5E Tiger II adversary aircraft gives the "thumbs up" signal prior to taking off on a mission. Referred to as "Top Gun," the school provides air combat maneuvering (ACM) training for Navy and Marine Corps pilots

PETTY Officer 3rd Class Roberts climbs into the cockpit to service an F-5E Tiger II adversary aircraft assigned to the Navy Fighter Weapons School. Referred to as "Top Gun," the school provides air combat maneuvering (ACM) training for Navy and Marine Corps pilots

Maintenance personnel prepare a Navy Fighter Weapons School F-5E Tiger II adversary aircraft for a training mission, known as "Top Gun," the school provides air combat maneuvering (ACM) training for Navy and Marine Corps pilots

Airmen (AN) Trent Smith and Karla Lallo walk onto the flight line to service an F-5E Tiger II adversary aircraft assigned to the Navy Fighter Weapons School. Known as "Top Gun", the school provides air combat maneuvering (ACM) training for Navy and Marine Corps pilots

A left front view of four F-5E Tiger II adversary aircraft parked in a row on the flight line. The aircraft are used by the Navy Fighter Weapons School, known as "Top Gun," to provide air combat maneuvering (ACM) training for Navy and Marine Corps pilots. The aircraft are painted to simulate Soviet-bloc air force camouflage patterns

Heavy fog covers the flight line as a Navy Fighter Weapons School F-5F Tiger II adversary aircraft is prepared for an early morning mission. Referred to as "Top Gun," the school provides air combat maneuvering (ACM) training for Navy and Marine Corps pilots. The F-5F is painted to simulate a Warsaw Pact camouflage pattern

Maintenance crews walk onto a mist-covered flight line to prepare adversary aircraft of the Navy Fighter Weapons School for an early morning flight. Referred to as "Top Gun," the school provides air combat maneuvering (ACM) training for Navy and Marine Corps pilots. Two F-5E Tiger II aircraft and two A-4 Skyhawk aircraft can be seen in the background

Airmen (AN) Trent Smith and Karla Lallo service an F-5E Tiger II adversary aircraft assigned to the Navy Fighter Weapons School. Known as "Top Gun", the school provides air combat maneuvering (ACM) training for Navy and Marine Corps pilots

Maintenance crews walk onto a mist-covered flight line to prepare adversary aircraft of the Navy Fighter Weapons School for an early morning flight. Referred to as "Top Gun," the school provides air combat maneuvering (ACM) training for Navy and Marine Corps pilots. Two F-5E Tiger II aircraft and two A-4 Skyhawk aircraft can be seen in the background

Airmen (AN) Trent Smith and Karla Lallo service an F-5E Tiger II adversary aircraft assigned to the Navy Fighter Weapons School. Known as "Top Gun", the school provides air combat maneuvering (ACM) training for Navy and Marine Corps pilots

An F-5E Tiger II adversary aircraft, painted in a Middle Eastern camouflage pattern, lands at the air station after a training mission. The F-5E is assigned to the Navy Fighter Weapons School, referred to as "Top Gun," which provides air combat maneuvering (ACM) training for Navy and Marine Corps pilots

A plane director guides a Navy Fighter Weapons School F-5E Tiger II adversary aircraft onto the runway for takeoff on a training mission. Referred to as "Top Gun," the school provides air combat maneuvering (ACM) training for Navy and Marine Corps pilots

The pilot of a Navy Fighter Weapons School F-5E Tiger II adversary aircraft puts on his helmet prior to a mission. Referred to as "Top Gun," the school provides air combat maneuvering (ACM) training for Navy and Marine Corps pilots

An air-to-air right side view of a New Jersey Air National Guard F-4 Phantom II aircraft flying in close formation with a Norwegian Air Force F-5 Tiger II aircraft during exercise Coronet Rawhide

An air-to-air right side view of an F-4 Phantom II aircraft and a Norwegian F-5E Tiger II aircraft in use during Reforger '82

A left front view of a Philippine Air Force F-5 Tiger II aircraft on the flight line during the air combat training exercise COPE THUNDER '83-1

CPT Stan Sutterfield, pilot instructor with the 425th Tactical Fighter Training Squadron, explains tactical maneuver techniques used with the F-5 Tiger II aircraft to 2LT Abdulraman Al-Shihri and Sulieman Al-Rabiah, both of Saudi Arabia

CPT Stan Sutterfield, pilot instructor with the 425th Tactical Fighter Training Squadron, explains tactical maneuver techniques used with the F-5 Tiger II aircraft to 2LT Abdulraman Al-Shihri and Sulieman Al-Rabiah, both of Saudi Arabia

Royal Saudi Arabian Air Force 2LT Al-Shirhri adjusts his oxygen mask while in the cockpit of an F-5 Tiger II aircraft prior to flying a training mission

TSGT Roger Steis assists TSGT Jamil Ali Ghalib of Yemen in installing a radar transmitter in an F-5 Tiger II aircraft

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