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Trainer, [Blank] - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Trainer, Mary - State: Ohio - Year: 1861

Trainer, P - State: Washington - Year: 1863

Trainer, James H - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi Fourteenth Battalion, Light Artillery, R-Y AND Capt. Bradford's Co. (Confederate Guards Artillery), A-K

Trainer, John - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Twentieth Infantry, Th - Z - Louisiana

Trainer, H T - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi Fifteenth Infantry, Sh-T

Applause for the Trainer

Drawing of Ballet Dancer and Animal Trainer Costumes

A US Army soldier aims an M-46A2 Redeye missile system intercept aerial trainer during a training exercise

Amy with her dog, Grits, and trainer

Amy with her dog, Grits, and trainer

Amy with her dog, Grits, and trainer

Jimmy Carter and Amy Carter with the New Dog, Grits, and Trainer

The air-conditioning trainer was developed and built by the Boeing Company for maintenance training on the environmental control system of the E-3A Sentry aircraft. Controls and indications are actual aircraft components. Airflow through the air-conditioning and pressurization systems is simulated by lighted displays

The flight control system trainer was developed by the Chanute Technical Training Center's training aids branch for the E-3A Sentry aircraft. The trainer simulates control system movement on a light panel

The maintenance electronic trainer (TAU-199/E) was developed by the Boeing Company for maintenance training on the flight loads recorder system, the AIMS (IFF) system, and the crash position indicator/flight recorder system of the E-3A Sentry aircraft

The electrical system trainer was developed and built by the Boeing Company for maintenance training on the AC and DC power systems of the E-3A Sentry aircraft. The trainer includes the majority of system components and an animated schematic of the power distribution system which responds to switch positions on the operator`s panel

The attitude heading reference system trainer was developed by the Boeing Company for maintenance training on the attitude heading reference system of the E-3A Sentry aircraft

The electrical system trainer was developed and built by the Boeing Company for maintenance training on the AC and DC power systems of the E-3A Sentry aircraft. The trainer includes the majority of system components and an animated schematic of the power distribution system which responds to switch positions on the operator`s panel

The liquid cooling system trainer was developed by the Boeing Company for maintenance training on the environment control system of the E-3A Sentry aircraft. The trainer uses actual aircraft components to simulate controls, indicators and coolant flow through the system

The landing gear hydraulic power system trainer was designed and built by the Chanute Technical Training Center Training Aids Branch for maintenance training on the E-3A Sentry aircraft. A lighted panel simulates control movement and system actuation

The flight director/radio navigation system trainer built by the Boeing Company for maintenance training on the flight director associated navigational systems of the E-3A Sentry aircraft. Systems represented on the trainer include the flight director, the automatic direction finder, VHF, NAV, marker beacon, radio altimeter and tactical air navigation

The hydraulic power system trainer was designed by the Chanute Technical Training Center Aids Branch for maintenance training on the E-3A Sentry aircraft. This simulation type trainer uses a lighted panel to indicate switch positions and fluid flow

The automatic flight control system trainer was developed by the Boeing Company for maintenance training on the automatic flight control system of the E-3A Sentry aircraft. Systems represented on the trainer include the yaw dumping for rudder control, the roll autopilot for aileron control, and the pitch autopilot for elevator/stabilizer control

An 552nd Airborne Warning and Control Wing aircraft maintenance instructor demonstrates the operation of an attitude and reference systems trainer

A 552nd Airborne Warning and Control Wing instructor explains the operation of a flight-director/radio-navigation trainer

Members of Co. B, 8th Tank Bde., 4th Marine Div., Syracuse, N.Y., attach the M-55 laser trainer to the turret of their M-60A1 tank during annual training duty

LGEN John H. Miller, commanding general, his staff, MGEN Bernard E. Trainer, BGEN Alfred M. Gray Jr. and their aides march into position during a Marine Corps pageant held in the stadium in honor of the 204th Marine Corps birthday. Marching to Miller's right is the guest speaker, Congressman Herbert Harris II

A student, one of the 12 outstanding students selected from the winners of an international science fair, sits in a balance trainer during a tour of the base

Midshipman, Cindy Mason prepares to pull down the face curtain that will launch the ejection seat up the track of the ejection seat trainer. Ejection seat training is a part of a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

A midshipman pulls the face curtain that will launch a simulated ejection seat up the track of an ejection seat trainer. Ejection seat training is part of a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

A female midshipman tightens the torso harness on an ejection seat trainer. Ejection seat training is part of a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

A female midshipman tightens the torso harness on an ejection seat trainer. Ejection seat training is part of a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

Air Force reservists restored and converted this C-5A Galaxy aircraft fuselage into a cargo loading trainer. The fuselage and a 94th Tactical Airlift Wing C-141 loading simulator, in the background, have prompted the AFRES to set up a command wide aerial port training program

A left side view of six T-2 Mitsubishi jet trainer aircraft flying in formation during an air show. Within the next year, the T-2 aircraft will replace the F-86F Sabre aircraft that are presently flown by the Japanese Blue Impulse Precision Flying Team

An Air Force Reserve flight surgeon practices in a swing-line trainer area during pararescue training

An Air Force Reserve flight surgeon lands in a swing-line trainer area during pararescue training

Air Force Reserve flight surgeons line up in rows in a suspended-harness trainer area during pararescue training

Air Force Reserve flight surgeons practice in a swing-line trainer area during pararescue training

TSGT Gary A. Parker ties up hydraulic lines around the interior of a C-5A Galaxy aircraft shell, as A1C Joseph L. Lee holds the lines The shell is being restored and transformed into a loading trainer

An instrument face plate for a C-5A Galaxy aircraft shell is cut with a cutting torch. The shell is being restored and transformed into a loading trainer

SGT Coleman L. Seaborn spray paints the interior of a C-5A Galaxy aircraft shell. The shell is being restored and transformed into a loading trainer

SGT Coleman L. Seaborn spray paints the interior wall of a C-5A Galaxy aircraft shell. The shell is being restored and transformed into a loading trainer

Private First Class Jim Bates of the 1ST Forward Area Defense Platoon, Marine Corps Air Support Squadron 2, aims a tracking-head trainer during exercise Coral Aces. The trainer simulates the Redeye lightweight surface-to-air anti-aircraft missile launcher

Interior view of the cockpit aboard the Fairchild proposed next generation trainer model aircraft

A left front view of the Fairchild proposed next generation trainer model aircraft

A left side view of the Fairchild proposed next generation trainer model aircraft parked in the Pentagon parking lot

A left side view of the Fairchild proposed next generation trainer model aircraft

A right front view of an Egyptian (Soviet-built) I1-28 Beagle conversion trainer aircraft

Actors run from a vintage T-6 trainer aircraft being used to simulate a dive bomber during the filming of the movie "Winds of War" aboard the amphibious assault ship USS PELELIU (LHA 5). Several crewmen from the ship were used as "extras" in the Paramount Studios film

Crewmen from the amphibious assault ship USS PELELIU (LHA 5) place chocks against the wheels of a T-6 trainer aircraft being used to simulate a World War II dive bomber for the Paramount Studios film "Winds of War"

Actors from Paramount Studios and crewmen aboard the amphibious assault ship USS PELELIU (LHA 5) use a vintage T-6 trainer aircraft to simulate a dive bomber during a scene from the movie "Winds of War"

Artwork: "F-111 Egress Trainer Hangar, Capsule Upper Heyford, England" Artist: Marbury Brown

A candidate straps himself into an ejection seat trainer at the Aviation Officer Candidate School

A left front view of a full-scale mock-up of the Air Force Next Generation Trainer

ENS Mary A. Crawford is shown training aboard the Interservice Undergraduate Navigator Training (IUNT) program's T-43 jet trainer aircraft (Boeing 737). Crawford, who graduated from IUNT in June 1981, is the U.S. Navy's first woman naval flight officer (NFO). Her first assignment is to Antarctic Development Squadron 6 (VXE-6)

ENS Mary A. Crawford plots a navigational course during training aboard the Interservice Undergraduate Navigator Training (IUNT) program's T-43 jet trainer aircraft (Boeing 737). Crawford, who graduated from IUNT in June 1981, is the U.S. Navy's first woman naval flight officer (NFO). Her first assignment is to Antarctic Development Squadron 6 (VXE-6)

A pilot seated in a B-52 Weapon System Trainer prepares to practice refueling from a KC-135 Stratotanker aircraft. This cockpot is an exact replica of a B-52 Stratotanker aircraft

Artwork: "F-111E Egress Trainer" Artist: Wm. Shields

Air Force Resources Laboratory. AN artist's concept of a Combat Mission Trainer (CMT) which uses fiber optics, helmet visual display, and micro-linkage for combat mission simulator training

Interior view of the B-52 Stratofortress aircraft Combat Mission Trainer (CMT) cockpit area

Exterior view of the B-52 Stratofortress aircraft Combat Mission Trainer (CMT) flight simulator

Exterior view of the B-52 Stratofortress aircraft Combat Mission Trainer (CMT) flight simulator

SSGT Howard Fine, the small arms trainer on the base, gets assistance from A1C Jose Saraco of the 52nd Security Police Squadron during a refresher course on the breakdown of the M-60 machine gun

SSGT Howard Fine, the small arms trainer on the base, watches as members of the 52nd Security Police Squadron are re-trained on how to handle the M-60 machine gun

A 57th Fighter Interceptor Squadron aircraft egress trainer set up in the lift support ship during Exercise CHECKERED FLAG '82. Behind the trainer is a parachute packing table

Artist's concept of the Air Force Next Generation Trainer

Personnel from the 512th Field Training Detachment and Convair/General Dynamics make a final inspection of the first ground launched cruise missile weapons system control trainer installed here. The trainer will be used to instruct maintenance personnel in troubleshooting procedures and routine maintenance at the control center

An instructor observes as a soldier takes an aim using the Weaponeer remedial rifle marksmanship trainer of the Fort Polk Training Aids Services Command. The trainer is mounted on a trailer that can be transported to rifle ranges or company areas to correct individual deficiencies in marksmanship

A view of the Weaponeer remedial rifle marksmanship trainer at the Fort Polk Training Aids Services Command. The trainer is mounted on a trailer that can be transported to rifle ranges or company areas to correct individual deficiencies in marksmanship

A soldier prepares for an exercise using the Weaponeer remedial rifle marksmanship trainer at the Fort Polk Training Aids Services. The trainer is mounted on a trailer that can be transported to rifle ranges or company areas to correct individual deficiencies in marksmanship

An instructor explains the use of the Weaponeer remedial rifle marksmanship trainer at the Fort Polk Training Aids Services Command. The trainer is mounted on a trailer that can be transported to rifle ranges or company areas to correct individual deficiencies in marksmanship

An instructor explains the use of the Weaponeer remedial rifle marksmanship trainer at the Fort Polk Training Aids Services Command. The trainer is mounted on a trailer that can be transported to rifle ranges or company areas to correct individual deficiencies in marksmanship

MGEN Joseph J. Went, commanding general, 1ST Marine Air Wing, takes part in practice firing a Redeye missile trainer, during his visit to the northern training area

A view of parked Royal Australian Air Force Macchi jet trainer aircraft and United States Navy A-4 Skyhawk aircraft, seen from the inside of an in-flight helicopter. The aircraft participate in Exercise Sandgroper '82

A left side view of a Royal Australian Air Force Macchi jet trainer aircraft taking off during Exercise Sandgroper '82

A front view of a Navy A-4 Skyhawk aircraft rolling in after landing during Exercise Sandgroper '82. Royal Australian Air Force Macchi jet trainer aircraft are in the background

An interior view of the "roadside" module of the Convair Weapons System Control Trainer (WSCT). The trainer is used to teach troubleshooting and repair to the Tomahawk ground launch cruise missile system to students assigned to the 512th Field Training Detachment

A member of the parachute-test team "flys" a suspended harness trainer at the Flight Test Center

TSGT Frank Dubrowski talks with SGT Ed Arbogast in a gunner's trainer

An air-to-air left rear view of an A-37B Dragonfly trainer aircraft near Laughin Air Force Base

A floating crane lowers an A-37 Dragonfly aircraft from the container ship Tyson Lykes to a Navy barge. The aircraft will have its protective cover removed and will be reassembled at the U.S. Naval Auxiliary Landing Field, Kisarazu, Japan, prior to being flown to Osan Air Base, South Korea. There it will be used as a maintenance trainer

A view of the M55 laser trainer attached to the turret of an M60A1 tank

A right front view of a T-34C Mentor trainer aircraft parked on the runway apron

Ground crewmen prepare a T-34C Mentor trainer aircraft for takeoff

A right side view of a T-34C Mentor trainer aircraft parked on the flight line

A view of a T-34C Mentor trainer aircraft taxiing out to the runway for takeoff

A view of a T-34C Mentor trainer aircraft taxiing out to the runway for takeoff

A right rear view of a T-34C Mentor trainer aircraft parked on the runway apron

A rear view of a T-34C Mentor trainer aircraft taxiing out to the runway for takeoff

A ground crewman performs maintenance on a T-34C Mentor trainer aircraft

A view of a T-34C Mentor trainer aircraft parked on the flight line

The Moving Target Simulator Facility. This observe-fire trainer is a Fiscal Year 82 MCA (Military Construction, Army) project built under the Force Modernization Program

A left front view of a T-34 Mentor trainer aircraft on display during the open house Expo '83

An air-to-air right side view of a T-34C Mentor trainer aircraft

An air-to-air right side view of a T-34C Mentor trainer aircraft

Left front view of CH-53E Super Stallion helicopter on the runway at Beirut International Airport during a multinational peacekeeping operation. Visible in the foreground is an Israeli designed Fouga advanced multi-mission improved trainer (AMIT) aircraft

Front view of a KC-135R Stratotanker aircraft air conditioning and pressurization system trainer

Front view of Panel No. 1 of a KC-135R Stratotanker aircraft landing gear system trainer

Front view of Panels No. 1 and No. 2 of the KC-135R Stratotanker aircraft landing gear system trainer

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