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American Library Association - Library Personnel - Camp Greene Volunteer Library Workers

Colleges and Universities - Colorado Agricultural College - S.A.T.C. Colorado Agricultural College, Fort Collins, Colorado. Volunteer Red Cross nurses care for influenza cases at barracks hospital when epidemic hits the school

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - Wounded veterans of 27th Division approaching the Arch of Triumph in machines of the Women's Volunteer Motor corps of the American Red cross

American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work - The mansion homes of the rich are no longer the place for only gayety and balls. Many of them have been turned over to the Red Cross for workshops for the women who volunteer to make bandages and other surgical dressings for the soldiers and sailors. This photo was taken in the bowling alleys in the home of Charles M. Schwab, and shows a number of women at work. The Schwab home is at Riverside Drive, New York City

Ceremonies - War Savings Stamps - Parade to aid sale of war savings stamps. Volunteer Nurses, Prudential Insurance Company, take part in parade at Newark, N.J

American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work (workrooms and classes) - Red Cross volunteer workers, learning Braille. These young ladies are giving valuable assistance to instructing staff at Military School and are becoming practically teachers' aides

American Red Cross - Christmas Activities - Kits for American soldiers at front. Volunteer workers, Lyceum Club, Paris, packing New Years kits. Men in uniform are ambulance drivers on leave who volunteered for the work

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - Red Cross opens new model work rooms in New York. The American Red Cross on April 1, 1918 opened its model work rooms in the 5th floor of their New York Headquarters at 5th Ave. and 38th St., N.Y. Here volunteer workers were taught to operate the many new time saving devices. Mrs. William J. Howell and Mr. A.R. Baldwin operating one of the new sweater machines. Mr. Baldwin is a volunteer Red Cross worker

Ceremonies - Ohio thru Wisconsin - The Cincinnati, O., "Flying Squadron" of volunteer helpers to war ends in parade for Second Red Cross Drive

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - Automobile fleet of Women's Volunteer Motor Corps of American Red Cross was out to transport wounded veterans in great welcome parade accorded 27th Division, New York

American Red Cross - Groups - Volunteer nurses for home care of sick: 1. Mrs. J.H. Staley; 2. Miss Ruth Kuhn; 3. Mrs. Lacy Hage; 4. Mrs . T.W. Morrison; 5. mrs. W.F. Eaton; 6. Mrs. J.T. Brewer; 8. Mrs. A.L. Bowden; 9. Mrs. James Sinclair. Waycross, GA

Ceremonies and Parades - Youngstown, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, organized to replace National Guards, on parade in Federal Street, Youngstown, Ohio

The Slacker Doesn't Volunteer

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Photograph of Pennsylvania Food Conservation Train Female Volunteer Measuring Ingredients

Herr Max Fichtl, a Sawmill Worker and Volunteer Film Operator, Steps Out to Bring Instruction and Entertainment to the Young People of His Native Stadl Paura

Berkeley Volunteer Fire Department, practice drill. From left: Earl Beeman, lieutenant; Jack Thompson, hoseman; Elmer Silva, Chief; and Dick Johnson and Gordon Cave, Engineers. Taken March 1961. Morgue 1961-47 (P-1) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Ex-POW and U.S. Navy CPT Ernest Milvin Moore Jr., (Captured 11 Mar 67) shakes the hand of Mrs. B. H. Russell, a Red Cross volunteer. She was one of the many well wishers who came say goodbye to CPT Moore as he leaves for the United States. CPT Moore was released in Hanoi by North Vietnam on 4 Mar 73

Ex-POW and U.S. Air Force LCOL Donald G. Waltman (Captured 19 Sep 66) shakes the hand of Mrs. B. H. Russell, a Red Cross volunteer. She was one of the many well wishers who came say goodbye as LCOL Waltman leaves for United States. LCOL Waltman was released in Hanoi by North Vietnam on 4 Mar 73

American Red Cross Volunteer Audrey Sitten, screens Meredith Clifton, a dependent wife, prior to her admittance as a patient at Kenner Army Hospital

Maria Beardsley, an American Red Cross volunteer, cards books in the Patient Library at the Kenner Army Hospital

SPECIALIST Fifth Class David Braddam, 28th Combat Support Hospital, types labels while Mrs. Helen Hickock, a Red Cross volunteer, takes prescriptions from patients at Womack Army Hospital

Rosalynn Carter - With Volunteer Christmas Decorators, Fr. 3-18; Jimmy Carter - Birthday Party for Speaker Tip O'Neal, Fr. 19-21

Jimmy Carter, Rosalynn Carter, Amy Carter - With Volunteer Decorators

Jimmy Carter - With volunteer, Mariwyn Heath in the Oval Office, Fr. 7-8; With Sarah Weddington and Mariwyn Heath, Fr. 9-11; With Governor William Jefferson (Bill) Clinton of Arkansas in the Oval Office, Fr. 15-21

Jim Van Meter (California Department of Fire), Smokey Bear, Dan, California Department of Fire Volunteer, Woodsy (Robert Saunders), U.S. Forest Service, Bob Robbins , Arbor Day, Wild Animal Park

Jim Van Meter - California Department of Fire, Smokey, California Department of Fire Volunteer, Woodsy (Robert Saunders, U.S. Forest Service), Bob Robbins , Arbor Day, Wild Animal Park

A Peace Corps volunteer teaches children at the St. Vincent's Home for Amerasian Children (those children of mixed Korean-American heritage)

A volunteer at St. Vincent's Home for Amerasian Children wipes tears from a child's face. Amerasian children are those of mixed Korean-American heritage

Ann Seltzer, a Peace Corps volunteer, teaches children at St. Vincent's Home for Amerasian Children (children of mixed Korean-American heritage)

A volunteer at St. Vincent's Home for Amerasian Children (children of mixed American and Korean heritage) holds a child

A ceremony is being held for a U-2 aircraft, a new historical monument mounted on a pedestal. Crashed near the base, the aircraft was restored by the 9th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing through volunteer labor and donated supplies

An Air Force volunteer serves as a parade division controller during the Inaugural parade

Bridget Corcoran, a Red Cross volunteer worker, weighs an infant at the Fort Polk Hospital Well-Baby Clinic

A Red Cross volunteer checks a dependent's blood pressure at the Fort Polk Hospital Outpatient Clinic

AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Mark R. Puffer accepts the United Service Organization (USO) C. Haskell Small Award from Secretary of Defense Caspar W. Weinberger. The award is presented annually by the Metropolitan USO to a local, active duty military person who best displays the volunteer spirit

Major General (MGEN) (Dr.) Joseph E. Kelly and STAFF Sergeant (SGT) Lillie Harrell demonstrate the use of an endoscope on a patient volunteer. The fiber optics device is used to look into the esophagus, stomach and duodenam for ulcers, lesions or other abnormalities

2LT Kim Yoder, a volunteer assistant, hands a ball to Andy, a participant in the Tri-County Special Olympics

Red Cross volunteer Sally Jo Miller, medical technician, examines a patient's hand in the orthopedic lab of the base hospital. Miller is one of 144 Red Cross volunteers being trained at the base to take over the duties of military nurses should the hospital have to deploy because of disaster or combat

Sandra Gilliland, licensed practical nurse and Red Cross volunteer, helps a patient at the reception desk in the OB/GYN clinic. Gilliland is one of 144 Red Cross volunteers being trained to take over the duties of military nurses should the hospital have to deploy because of disaster or combat

Red Coat volunteer Harriet Aarestad stands by to welcome arriving military personnel and their families to the base. The Red Coats are passenger service volunteers from the Yokota Officers' Wives Club. They assist regular terminal workers by greeting new arrivals and guiding them through terminal processing and customs procedures

Red Coat volunteer Ginney Kaufman helps a child down the stairs of an aircraft passenger ramp. The Red Coats are passenger service volunteers from the Yokota Officers' Wives Club. They assist regular terminal workers by greeting new arrivals and guiding them through terminal processing and customs procedures

Red Cross volunteer Lolie McClure, receptionist and veterinary technician, restrains a dog at the base veterinary clinic. Mclure is one of 144 Red Cross volunteers working at the base

Red Coat volunteer Harriet Aarestad and Jackie Sorrells welcome arrivals to the base before they disembark from their aircraft. The Red Coats are passenger service volunteers from the Yokota Officers' Wives Club. They assist regular terminal workers by greeting new arrivals and guiding them through terminal processing and customs procedures

Sandra Gilliland, licensed practical nurse and Red Cross volunteer, checks the status of a newborn baby in the nursery at the OB/GYN clinic at the base hospital. Gilliland is one of 144 Red Cross volunteers being trained at the base to take over the duties of military nurses should the hospital have to deploy because of disaster or combat

Red Coat volunteer Jackie Sorrells answers a sailor's question in the Yokota terminal. The Red Coats are passenger service volunteers from the Yokota Officers' Wives Club. They assist regular terminal workers by greeting new arrivals and guiding them through terminal processing and customs procedures

Red Cross volunteer Karen Covic sorts mail at the base post office. Covic is one of 144 Red Cross volunteers working at the base

Volunteer shrine carriers from Yokota Air Base march down the street carrying their shrine during the city's annual Tanabata Festival

A volunteer from the American Red Cross prepares food for the participants of the National Disaster Medical System exercise

A volunteer bandages a simulated casualty during the National Disaster Medical System exercise

Captain (CPT) Kerry, a veterinarian in the US Army Veterinary Services Office, and Dr. Elizabeth Scott, a volunteer, anesthetize a dog named Shadow in preparation for routine teeth cleaning. Office personnel are in charge of caring for pets of the American community and are also responsible for conducting food inspection on base

A nurse at Fleet Hospital One, a 250-bed combat zone hospital, practices medical techniques on a patient with simulated wounds. Both the nurse and volunteer patient are participating in Operation SAFE HAVEN, a combined Navy, Marine Corps, and Army exercise designed to evaluate the efficiency of field hospitals

Marines attend to a comrade with simulated wounds at Fleet Hospital One, a 250-bed combat zone hospital. The Marine on the stretcher is one of 247 volunteer patients from the 2nd Battalion, 1ST Marines, participating in Operation SAFE HAVEN, a combined Navy, Marine Corps, and Army exercise designed to evaluate the efficiency of field hospitals

A volunteer patient displays a simulated wound created by a member of the Army, moulage team during Operation SAFE HAVEN, a combined Navy, Marine Corps, and Army exercise designed to evaluate the efficiency of field hospitals. STAFF members of Fleet Hospital One, a 250-bed combat zone hospital, will imitate the medical procedures necessary to treat the wound

Members of the 2nd Battalion, 1ST Marines, play the role of patients in a ward at Fleet Hospital One, a 250-bed combat zone hospital. The hospital staff and volunteer patients are participating in Operation SAFE HAVEN, a combined Navy, Marine Corps, and Army exercise designed to evaluate the efficiency of field hospitals

Marines transport a comrade with simulated wounds to Fleet Hospital One, a 250-bed combat zone hospital. The Marine on the stretcher is one of 247 volunteer patients from the 2nd Battalion, 1ST Marines, participating in Operation SAFE HAVEN, a combined Navy, Marine Corps, and Army exercise designed to evaluate the efficiency of field hospitals

Volunteer Marge Jacks uses play therapy to help young cancer patients at Wilford Hall Medical Center

A volunteer firefighter from the Moose Creek fire department rests while fighting a fire caused by a propane leak at the Adak warehouse

PETTY Officers First Class (PO1) William Heather, a fire conrol technician assigned to the nearby Naval Submarine Base, Bangor, aligns fire hydrant supply lines as part of his duties as a volunteer fireman. Heather is assigned to the nearby Naval Submarine Base, Bangor

PETTY Officers First Class (PO1) William Heather, Scott D. Brown and Daniel L. Fisher store fire hydrant supply lines on a fire engine as part of their duties as volunteer firefighters. They are assigned to the nearby Naval Submarine Base, Bangor

PETTY Officer First Class (PO1) Scott D. Brown holds the jaws of life, a device used by firefighters to cut through metal in an effort to extract accident victims. Brown, assigned to the Trident Training Facility at Naval Submarine Base, Bangor, is serving as a volunteer firefighter in the community

A South Korean volunteer at the XXIVth Olympiad

A volunteer from the naval air station coaches a T-ball player as part of the station's community involvement program

A volunteer puts the finishing touch on lettering during the final stage of restoring and painting a B-17 bomber nicknamed the "Homesick Angel." The aircraft, which sustained extensive damage when used to stage a crash landing in the movie "12 O' Clock High," will be permanently displayed at Headquarters, Strategic Air Command, following its restoration. Exact Date Shot Unknown

Diane Clark, right, volunteer coordinator, and Laura Eldridge, house manager, pose for a photograph at Nightingale House, a facility providing affordable living quarters and a comforting atmosphere to seriously ill patients and their family members. As a military-base version of the Ronald McDonald houses, Nightingale House permits family members to remain in the area while their loved ones receive long-term medical treatment

STAFF SGT. Jonathan Wagner helps some children with their math assignment. Wagner, a volunteer teacher's aid at Fairbanks Elementary School, is stationed at McClellan Air Force Base, California

SSGT Jonathan Wagner helps a student with her math assignment. Wagner, a volunteer teacher's aide at Fairbanks Elementary School, is stationed at McClellan Air Force Base, California

LCPL Shackleford, first mechanic aboard a Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 363 (HMH-363) CH-53D Sea Stallion helicopter, stacks a bag of food brought aboard by a civilian volunteer. HMH-363 is taking part in the relief effort for civilians trapped in remote areas by the July 16, 1990, earthquake

A volunteer from the United Service Organizations (USO) distribute gift packages to U.S. military personnel during a reception held at the residence of U.S. Ambassador to Bahrain Charles W. Hostler. Nearly 500 of the troops in Bahrain for Operation Desert Shield are attending the party, where they are also being treated to food and entertainment.

A volunteer at the Navy Family Services Center responds to a phone call regarding support services available for dependents of military personnel deployed in support of Operation Desert Storm

A volunteer at the Navy Family Services Center responds to a phone call regarding support services available for dependents of military personnel deployed in support of Operation Desert Storm

A Red Cross volunteer gives a drink to a member of the 24th Infantry Division prior to his deployment to Saudi Arabia in support of Operation Desert Shield

Actor Tony Danza announces the names of the Presidential Volunteer Award recipients as President George H. W. Bush and Barbara Bush stand by during a ceremony on the White House lawn

Barbara Bush stands by as President George H. W. Bush prepares to greet one of nineteen Presidential Volunteer Award recipients during a ceremony on the White House lawn

Singer Randy Travis entertains during a ceremony honoring Presidential Volunteer Award recipients. Among those pictured behind Travis are actor Tony Danza, RADM Louise C. Wilmot, Commander, Navy Training Center, Orlando, President George H. W. Bush and Barbara Bush and several award recipients. The ceremony is taking place on the White House lawn

Actor Tony Danza, left, and Barbara Bush stand by as President George H. W. Bush addresses the crowd gathered to honor the Presidential Volunteer Award recipients during a ceremony on the White House lawn

Leroy Neva, a volunteer from Tacoma, Wash, mans the Salvation Army's free clothing distribution booth outside the Military Airlift Command terminal during Operation Fiery Vigil. McChord is a stopover for hundreds of U.S. Air Force and Navy personnel, civilian employees and their dependents being evacuated from the Philippines after fallen ash from the eruption of Mount Pinatubo collapesed buildings and disrupted operations on military bases.

Erlinda Gale, wife of an airman at Clark Air Base, Philippines, receives a bowl of soup from a volunteer at the Military Airlift Command terminal during Operation Fiery Vigil. McChord is a stopover for hundreds of U.S. Air Force and Navy personnel, civilian employees and their dependents being evacuated from the Philippines after fallen ash from the erruption of Mount Pinatubo collapsed buildings and disrupted operations on military bases.

A volunteer checks paperwork as children stand by at a preschool facility set up for children evacuated from Subic Bay Naval Station and Clark Air Base, Philippines. Children and their familes, both military and civilian, were evacuated following the eruption of Mount Pinatubo, a volcano that came alive on June 10 for the first time in over 600 years. More than 20,000 evacuees have been removed from the area as part of the U.S. military's Operation Fiery Vigil

Radioman 2nd Class Darrell Nealy types up first aid qualification cards while working as a volunteer at the American Red Cross Center several days after a fire swept through the nearby Oakland suburbs

SEAMAN Apprentice Chris Serres answers telephone inquiries at the front desk as a volunteer at the American Red Cross Center several days after a fire swept through the nearby Oakland suburbs

A volunteer distributes gifts to children during the eighth annual Christmas Caravan, an event which provides gifts for approximately 3,000 elementary school students in the Morong District, Bataan Province. Over 300 volunteers from Naval Air Station, Cubic Pont and Naval Station, Subic Bay, are helping with the gift distribution

Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Tony F. Lopex, an X-ray technician student, devotes a Saturday morning to tutor fifth grader Armando Gomez at Loma Verde School. Lopez and several other students at the Naval School of Health Sciences, San Diego, volunteer for the program called Saturday Scholars

Army CHIEF of STAFF GEN. Gordon R. Sullivan and COL. L. Sullivan, 507th Task Force commander, converse with a Homestead relief volunteer outside Campbell Drive Middle School. Sullivan is in the region to inspect relief efforts set up for victims of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the region on August 24th

Legalman Second Class (LN2) Sandy Shepard, (Center), Electronics Technician Second Class (ET2) Michael Buchanan, and (Right) Utilitiesman Second Class (UT2) Sherry Buchanan of the Naval Air Station Key West Color Guard volunteer their time to assist in the Massing of the Colors Celebration at St. Mary Star of the Sea Catholic Church. Massing of the Colors has been celebrated in Key West for over twenty years in recognition of active duty, retired and veterans who gave their lives for their country while serving in the U.S. Armed Forces

A volunteer at the Independence Day celebration looks over the route the runners will use during the Fun Run at Camp Pleso

Aerial view of Camp Hunt with Camp Bulkeley in back ground looking west. Camp Hunt is used for holding Haitians that volunteer to return to Haiti during the operation

Sara, a volunteer for the Navy Family Service Center, assists an evacuee from Naval Base Guantanamo Bay, Cuba upon arrival at NAS Norfolk as part of Operation Sincere Welcome

CHIEF PETTY Officer Michele Hudak, Public Works Department, Iceland Defense Force, Keflavik, Iceland, helps a Haitian migrant down the slide at the elementary school at Naval Base Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Hudak is a volunteer for the "Love the Children" program. This program offers base and Joint Task Force personnel an opportunity to spend time with the children

Flaming Gorge-Uintas National Scenic Byway - Volunteer Guide to Swett Ranch

During the Operation Uphold Democracy, a volunteer Cuban migrant cuts a cinder block for a bathroom facility at Camp Foxtrot at the US Naval Base Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The construction will improve the quality of life for migrants in the camp

During operation Uphold Democracy, a volunteer Cuban migrant works to put the finishing touches on a foundation for a bathroom facility at Camp Foxtrot at the US Naval Base Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The construction will improve the quality of life for migrants in the camp

During operation Uphold Democracy, US Navy SeaBees and volunteer Cuban migrants work together to construct a wash facility at Camp Foxtrot at the US Naval Base Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The construction will improve the quality of life for migrants in the camp

MASTER Sergeant Cindie McKenna, a world class ultra-marathon runner and Oregon Air National Guard member, assigned to the 142nd Maintenance Squadron, Portland ANG Base during her marathon run from Fort Hood to the Oregon coast. For the 14th annual Hood to the Coast relay race, she did something no one had done before, she ran the 196-miles solo! The 45 year old McKenna, is rated as one of the top five ultra-marathon runners in her age group in the United States. Accompanied by a volunteer support crew she completed the grueling race in 52-hours, without sleeping, only pausing to eat and rest her feet

AIRMAN 1ST Class Paul Wilbur, 564th Missile Squadron blindfolds an enemy soldier laying face down on the ground after he has been handcuffed (actually a volunteer aggressor from Malmstrom AFB) who has surrendered to American forces. The prisoner is blindfolded so that he cannot see any American assets as he is escorted into the camp

A view of the crowd of Volunteer Citizens of Nagasaki who came out to welcome the USS BLUE RIDGE (LCC-19) as the ship arrives early in the morning for a port visit. Sailors and Marines man the rail in the foreground

Cadet Hershaw, a volunteer for the Civil Air Patrol, was found by the ground rescue team and is treated by two team members for a simulated snake bite on the lower leg. This was all part of the hands on training at the 76th Rescue Flight 1995 Rescue Symposium

STAFF SGT. Charles H. Richie Jr., a medical readiness technician assigned to the 247th Medical Group stands in front of a 50-bed air transportable hospital and ambulance. A seven year veteran, SGT. Richie is a recipient of Stripes for Exceptional Performers (STEP) and the 1996 Sarah P. Wells AIRMAN Award Winner of Air Combat Command. He is a volunteer firefighter, registered paramedic as well as a husband and father. Exact Date Shot Unknown . Published in AIRMAN Magazine July 1997

SENIOR AIRMAN Falcon of the 90th AMS assists in loading TECH. SGT. Patty Dupree, a volunteer from the 90th MXS during the search and recoveries exercise, into an emergency medical unit after she arrived by helicopter. The Inspector General Team tested the ability of the base to respond to battle conditions, power outages, mobility deployments, aircraft and automobile accidents, hostage situations, bomb threats, armed robberies, terrorism, and communication problems

A Samaritans Purse volunteer passes out candy and toys to a Bosnian mother in the village of Hadzici, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Civil Military affairs (CIMIC) along with Samaritans Purse, a civilian relief group, came together to distribute Disney toys and candy to the children in the village during Operation JOINT ENDEAVOR

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