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SILVER TEFLON AND ROCKWELL 6 - 9 CHARGING SAMPLES AND SCOPE TRACES

SILVER TEFLON AND ROCKWELL 6 - 9 CHARGING SAMPLES AND SCOPE TRACES

SILVER TEFLON AND ROCKWELL 6 - 9 CHARGING SAMPLES AND SCOPE TRACES

SILVER TEFLON AND ROCKWELL 6 - 9 CHARGING SAMPLES AND SCOPE TRACES

SILVER TEFLON AND ROCKWELL 6 - 9 CHARGING SAMPLES AND SCOPE TRACES

SILVER TEFLON AND ROCKWELL 6 - 9 CHARGING SAMPLES AND SCOPE TRACES

SILVER TEFLON AND ROCKWELL 6 - 9 CHARGING SAMPLES AND SCOPE TRACES

SILVER TEFLON AND ROCKWELL 6 - 9 CHARGING SAMPLES AND SCOPE TRACES

SILVER TEFLON AND ROCKWELL 6 - 9 CHARGING SAMPLES AND SCOPE TRACES

SILVER TEFLON AND ROCKWELL 6 - 9 CHARGING SAMPLES AND SCOPE TRACES

SILVER TEFLON AND ROCKWELL 6 - 9 CHARGING SAMPLES AND SCOPE TRACES

SILVER TEFLON AND ROCKWELL 6 - 9 CHARGING SAMPLES AND SCOPE TRACES

SILVER TEFLON AND ROCKWELL 6 - 9 CHARGING SAMPLES AND SCOPE TRACES

SILVER TEFLON AND ROCKWELL 6 - 9 CHARGING SAMPLES AND SCOPE TRACES

OSCILLOSCOPE TRACES

SEAL RUNNERS SURFACE PROFILE TRACES

SEAL RUNNERS SURFACE PROFILE TRACES

SEAL RUNNERS SURFACE PROFILE TRACES

Flight Lieutenant (FLILT) M.C. King traces a map with First Sergeant (1SGT) D.W. Fitzgerald as their C-130 Hercules aircraft makes a low-level pass during the ninth annual international airlift competition Airlift Rodeo'87

Rear Adm. Richard D. Milligan holds up a piece of steel wool during a Pentagon press conference called to release the findings of the Navy's official investigation into the April 19, 1989, explosion in Turret No. 2 aboard the battleship USS IOWA (BB-61). Traces of steel wool were found in the breach of the 16-inch gun that exploded

Rear Adm. Richard D. Milligan holds up a piece of steel wool during a Pentagon press conference called to release the findings of the Navy's official investigation into the April 19, 1989, explosion in Turret No. 2 aboard the battleship USS IOWA (BB-61). Traces of steel wool were found in the breach of the 16-inch gun that exploded

Oscilloscope traces showing pulses from a) meson, b) antiproton, c) accidental. Photograph taken October 19, 1955. Bevatron-978. ZN-1393

Outgoing 100th Air Refueling Wing Commander Colonel Bruce E. Burda gives the guide-on to Major General Kenneth W. Hess during RAF Mildenhall's Wing Change of Command Ceremony. The 100th Air Refueling Wing traces its lineage to World War II and the 100th Bomb Group. Today it's responsible for host management of RAF Mildenhall, providing the European theater, NATO, US, and allied forces with air refueling support. The Wing's honors include six Air Force Outstanding Unit Awards, one award with valor, two Distinguished Unit Citations, the French Croix de Guerre with Palm and seven WWII campaign streamers

Major General Kenneth W. Hess is followed by outgoing 100th Air Refueling Wing Commander Colonel Bruce E. Burda and incoming 100th Air Refueling Wing Commander Colonel Donald Lustig during RAF Mildenhall's Wing Change of Command Ceremony. The 100th Air Refueling Wing traces its lineage to World War II and the 100th Bomb Group. Today it's responsible for host management of RAF Mildenhall, providing the European theater, NATO, US, and allied forces with air refueling support. The Wing's honors include six Air Force Outstanding Unit Awards, one award with valor, two Distinguished Unit Citations, the French Croix de Guerre with Palm and seven WWII campaign streamers

United States Air Forces in Europe Band's Brass Quintet based out of Sembach Air Base, Germany plays during RAF Mildenhall's Wing Change of Command Ceremony. The 100th Air Refueling Wing traces its lineage to World War II and the 100th Bomb Group. Today it's responsible for host management of RAF Mildenhall, providing the European theater, NATO, US, and allied forces with air refueling support. The Wing's honors include six Air Force Outstanding Unit Awards, one award with valor, two Distinguished Unit Citations, the French Croix de Guerre with Palm and seven WWII campaign streamers

US Air Force (USAF) STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) William Catts, Communication Maintenance Technician assigned to the 831st Munitions Support Squadron (MSS), traces a phone line at Ghedi Air Base (AB), Italy

US Air Force (USAF) AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Brandon Hayes, 332nd Expeditionary Communications Squadron (ECS), traces out cable pairs during the installation of new telephone lines for Tallil Air Base (AB), Iraq, during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

US Air Force (USAF) SENIOR AIRMAN (SRA) David Mickle from the 8th Communications Squadron (CS), Network Control Center (NCC), refers to his Airmans Guide after simulating finding traces of chemical contamination on an M-8 test paper, during an Alarm Black drill in support of a Beverly High 04-04 exercise at Kunsan Air Base (AB), South Korea (ROK)

On 11 January 2006 soldiers from Bravo Company, 2nd Bn, 502nd INF continued Operation Falcon Sweep in the Village of Shakaria, Iraq. One of the objectives of the operation was to identify and capture terrorist in the village and surrounding area. SGT Isreal Rearica check the hands of residents for traces of explosives.(Released)US Army photo by SSG Kevin L. Moses Sr

On 11 January 2006 soldiers from Bravo Company, 2nd Bn, 502nd INF continued Operation Falcon Sweep in the Village of Shakaria, Iraq. One of the objectives of the operation was to identify and capture terrorist in the village and surrounding area. SPC Wendell from B Compnay check the hands of residents for traces of explosives.(Released)US Army photo by SSG Kevin L. Moses Sr

On February 14, 2006 soldiers from A Company, 2-506 INF (Band of Brothers) continued Operation Astar Gate in Southern Baghdad. SGT David Garza from A Co,1ST PLT, 1-12 4th ID checked two men for traces of explosives. Both men showed negative for explosives.(Released)US Army photo by SSG Kevin L. Moses Sr

Severe Storm ^ Tornado - Mena, Ark. , April 12, 2009 -- The city of Mena's Clerk/Treasurer Regina Walker traces out on a city map the area that was raked by an F3 tornado on the evening of April 9. Several western Arkansas counties were struck by five documented tornadoes that caused widespread damage that Thursday evening. FEMA Photo by Win Henderson

Severe Storm ^ Tornado - Moore, Okla. , May 25, 2010 -- Gayland Kitch (center), City of Moore emergency manager, traces out the path of a tornado that struck the area on May 10 and caused damages to some of the city's public properties. Preliminary Damage assessment teams made up of officials from local, county, state and federal agencies are documenting damages caused by 22 confirmed tornadoes that swept the eastern half of the state. FEMA Photo by Win Henderson