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Photograph of Columns of Coast Guard LCIs Advancing upon the Beaches of France in the Wake of the Stars and Stripes

Seward, Alaska, view

WAKE SURVEY PROBE INSTALLATION IN THE 8X6 FOOT WIND TUNNEL

WAKE SURVEY PROBE INSTALLATION IN THE 8X6 FOOT WIND TUNNEL

WAKE SURVEY PROBE INSTALLATION IN THE 8X6 FOOT WIND TUNNEL

WAKE SURVEY R C

AUXILIARY PROP SYSTEM RAM WAKE MODULE

WAKE SURVEY R C

AUXILIARY PROP SYSTEM RAM WAKE MODULE

A wake washes over the port bow of the frigate USS JESSE L. BROWN (FF-1089) during exercise Unitas XX

Joplin, Mo., July 12, 2011 -- Kim Cox, center, of the Citizens Advisory Recovery Team, speaks with community residents during a meeting about the recovery of the City of Joplin in the wake of the devastating tornado. Attendees posted comments on six information boards (housing, neighborhoods, environment and infrastructure, economic development, schools and community facilities, and sustainability and community vision). The meeting facilitated discussion about issues, assets and opportunities. FEMA photo Steve Castaner

An elevated starboard bow view of the dock landing ship USS PORTLAND (LSD 37) underway during Exercise OCEAN VENTURE '84. The wake of an amphibious landing vehicle is in the background

A view of the wake of a ship

A mark 6 moored mine floats in the wake of a Korean ship after being deployed during exercise Team Spirit '86

The wake of the guided missile cruiser USS YORKTOWN (CG 48) during a high speed turn

The wake of the guided missile cruiser USS YORKTOWN (CG 48) during a high speed turn

A view from the island looking aft of the wake produced by the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN 69) during high-speed evasive maneuvers

A view from the island looking aft of the wake produced by the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN 69) during high-speed evasive maneuvers

A view from the island looking aft of the wake produced by the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN 69) during high-speed evasive maneuvers

A view from the island looking aft of the wake produced by the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN 69) during high-speed evasive maneuvers

A view from the island looking aft of the wake produced by the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN 69) during high-speed evasive maneuvers

A view of the wake left by the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN 69) during full-powered trials

A view from the island looking aft of the wake produced by the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN 69) during high-speed evasive maneuvers

A view from the island looking aft of the wake produced by the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN 69) during high-speed evasive maneuvers

A view from the island looking aft of the wake produced by the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN 69) during high-speed evasive maneuvers

A view of the wake left by the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN 69) during full-powered trials

A view from the island looking aft of the wake produced by the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN 69) during high-speed evasive maneuvers

A view from the island looking aft of the wake produced by the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN 69) during high-speed evasive maneuvers

A view from the island looking aft of the wake produced by the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN 69) during high-speed evasive maneuvers

A view from the island looking aft of the wake produced by the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN 69) during high-speed evasive maneuvers

A view from the island looking aft of the wake produced by the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN 69) during high-speed evasive maneuvers

A bow view of the aircraft carrier USS MIDWAY (CV-41) sailing in the wake of the battleship USS IOWA (BB-61). The frigate USS FRANCIS HAMMOND (FF-1067) is off the MIDWAY's port side

A bow view of the aircraft carrier USS MIDWAY (CV-41) sailing in the wake of the battleship USS IOWA (BB-61). The frigate USS FRANCIS HAMMOND (FF-1067) is off the MIDWAY's port side

A bow view of air cushion landing craft LCAC-12 underway near Naval Amphibious Base, Little Creek, Va. The landing craft is carrying a Marine M-1A1 main battle tank. A second LCAC follows in the wake of the first

AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Lester Brown of the 435th Security Police Squadron stands behind the M60 machine gun turret of a Peacekeeper armored personnel carrier, inside the perimeter fence. His patrol is part of tightened base security in the wake of terr

Outside the main gate, civilian contractors wait to call their contacts and be escorted onto the base. Security has been tightened in the wake of terrorist attacks on US installations after American bombardment of Iranian oil platforms

A member of the 435th Security Police Squadron uses field glasses to check the highway outside of the base for suspicious activity. Security has been tightened in the wake of terrorist attacks on US installations after American bombardment of Iranian oil

Members of the 435th Security Police Squadron check IDs in traffic that is waiting to get on base. Security has been tightened in the wake of terrorist attacks on US installations after American bombardment of Iranian oil platforms

Spreading a wake of blowing snow, a ski-equipped LC-130 Hercules aircraft of Antarctic Development Squadron 6 (VXE-6) taxis for takeoff after leaving scientists at a remote camp during Operation Deep Freeze

An aerial of some of the damaged buildings and uprooted trees left in the wake of Hurricane Gilbert, which pounded the island with 180-mph winds and torrential rains on September 12 and 13

A crewman wearing sound-powered phones steadies his arms on the barrel of a Mark 3 40 mm cannon as he peers through a pair of binoculars while on patrol in a PB Mark III patrol boat. This patrol boat and the one following in its wake are among the Navy assets operating in support of efforts to provide security for US-flagged shipping in the gulf

In the wake of another small craft, two PB Mark III patrol boats move away from the barge Hercules during operations support of Navy efforts to provide security for U.S. flagged shipping in the gulf

A member of Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) Team 8 uses field glasses to look out over the wake of his PBR Mark 3 riverine patrol boat of Special Boat Unit 26 (SBU-26). Next to him is the PBR's single-mounted .50-caliber M-2 machine gun

A view of the stern and wake of the aircraft carrier USS INDEPENDENCE (CV 62) during exercises off the Virginia Capes

A view of the stern and wake of the aircraft carrier USS INDEPENDENCE (CV 62) during exercises off the Virginia Capes

A view of the stern and wake of the aircraft carrier USS INDEPENDENCE (CV 62) during exercises off the Virginia Capes

Sailors in an Avon inflatable craft from the dock landing ship USS PENSACOLA (LSD 38) approach a beached sailboat. They are part of the military disaster relief in the wake of the Hurricane Hugo

In the wake of Hurricane Hugo, a disaster relief party from the dock landing ship USS PENSACOLA (LSD-38) inspects a beached sailboat

In the wake of Hurricane Hugo, a military disaster relief party, including a sailor from the dock landing ship USS PENSACOLA (LSD 38), draws fresh water from a M106 tank trailer for local residents

In the wake of Hurricane Hugo, military disaster relief workers, including the sailors from the dock landing ship USS PENSACOLA (LSD 38), provide fresh water from a M106 tank trailer to local residents

A port beam view of a Soviet Tarantul III class missile corvette underway in the wake of another craft during a U.S. Navy visit to the city

A port beam view of a Soviet Tarantul III class missile corvette underway in the wake of another craft during a U.S. Navy visit to the city

The setting sun highlights the wake of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN (CVN-72)

Three Argentine warships maneuver in the wake of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN (CVN-72). The ships are, from left, the frigate ARA GUERRICO (F-32), the frigate ARA PARKER (F-44) and the destroyer ARA SARANDI (D-13)

A destroyed Iraqi T-72 main battle tank sits in the desert in the wake of advancing coalition forces during Operation Desert Storm

Flood waters rush along a road and through a drainage ditch in the wake of the heavy rains that hit the area following the eruption of Mount Pinatubo

STS052-07-004 - STS-052 - Earth observations view of a ship wake and open ocean, location unknown.

STS052-07-005 - STS-052 - Earth observations view of a ship wake and open ocean, location unknown.

STS054-72-056 - STS-054 - STS-54 Earth observation of a ship wake in the Bay of Bengal

A view looking aft along the starboard side of the ballistic missile submarine USS NEBRASKA (SSBN-739) at the foamy wake as the ship heads out to sea from Cape Canaveral, Fla. to conduct a test firing of a Trident II fleet ballistic missile

Off duty sailors on the fantail of the guided missile cruiser USS YORKTOWN (CG-48) observe the heavy wake generated by 32 knots of speed as the ship heads for Guantanamo Bay, Cuba after being on station off the coast of Haiti as a part of Operation Support Democracy

STS069-730-002 - STS-069 - View of the Wake Shield Facility in Endeavour's payload bay

STS069-723-070 - STS-069 - View of the Wake Shield Facility on the RMS arm

STS069-723-066 - STS-069 - View of the Wake Shield Facility on the RMS arm

STS069-730-004 - STS-069 - View of the Wake Shield Facility in Endeavour's payload bay

STS069-723-071 - STS-069 - View of the Wake Shield Facility on the RMS arm

STS069-715-001 - STS-069 - Deployment of the Wake Shield Facility

STS069-715-002 - STS-069 - Deployment of the Wake Shield Facility

STS069-703-000BD - STS-069 - View of the Wake Shield Facility in Endeavour's payload bay

STS069-723-072 - STS-069 - View of the Wake Shield Facility on the RMS arm

STS069-723-068 - STS-069 - View of the Wake Shield Facility on the RMS arm

STS069-730-006 - STS-069 - View of the Wake Shield Facility in Endeavour's payload bay

STS069-723-069 - STS-069 - View of the Wake Shield Facility on the RMS arm

STS069-703-000BG - STS-069 - View of the Wake Shield Facility in Endeavour's payload bay

STS069-723-067 - STS-069 - View of the Wake Shield Facility on the RMS arm

STS069-703-000BE - STS-069 - View of the Wake Shield Facility in Endeavour's payload bay

STS069-703-000BF - STS-069 - View of the Wake Shield Facility in Endeavour's payload bay

STS069-730-005 - STS-069 - View of the Wake Shield Facility in Endeavour's payload bay

STS069-730-007 - STS-069 - View of the Wake Shield Facility in Endeavour's payload bay

STS069-703-000BH - STS-069 - View of the Wake Shield Facility in Endeavour's payload bay

STS069-723-073 - STS-069 - View of the Wake Shield Facility on the RMS arm

STS069-730-001 - STS-069 - View of the Wake Shield Facility in Endeavour's payload bay

STS069-730-003 - STS-069 - View of the Wake Shield Facility in Endeavour's payload bay

STS069-723-074 - STS-069 - View of the Wake Shield Facility on the RMS arm

A U.S. Air Force veterinarian inspects a weary cat that has just flown 20 hours from Saudi Arabia to Charleston AFB, S.C., aboard a USAF C-141 aircraft. The cat is one of over 90 pets which belong to United States Department of Defense, military, and civilian personnel that have been relocated in the wake of the terrorist bombing in Saudi Arabia. The U.S. Air Force provided air conditioning and veterinarians for the animals which are property of United States Department of Defense, military, and civilian personnel relocated after the terrorist bombing in Saudi Arabia

A thirsty traveller rehydrates himself in the parking lot at Charleston AFB after a 20 hour flight aboard a USAF C-141 aircraft arriving from Saudi Arabia. He is one of over 90 pets which belong to United States citizens who were forced to relocate in the wake of the terrorist bombing in Saudi Arabia. The U.S. Air Force provided air conditioning and veterinary care for the animals

Weary travellers recieve assistance from Air Force volunteers after completing a 19 hour from Saudi Arabia flight to Charleston International Airport, South Carolina. US DoD, military, and civilian personnel were forced to relocate to the United States from Saudi Arabia in the wake of a terrorist bombing there during Operation SOUTHERN WATCH. They were met in Charleston by a barrage of military and civilian volunteers determined to make the relocation as painless as possible

A weary traveller from Saudi Arabia is assisted at the Charleston International Airport, South Carolina, by a US Marine. US DoD, military, and civilian personnel were forced to relocate to the United States from Saudi Arabia in the wake of a terrorist bombing there during Operation SOUTHERN WATCH. They were met in Charleston by a barrage of military and civilian volunteers determined to make the relocation as painless as possible

A weary traveller calls home after a 19 hour flight to Charleston, South Carolina, from Saudi Arabia. US DoD, military, and civilian personnel were forced to relocate to the United States from Saudi Arabia in the wake of a terrorist bombing there during Operation SOUTHERN WATCH. They were met in Charleston by a barrage of military and civilian volunteers determined to make the relocation as painless as possible

US Air Force teddy bears await weary young travellers from Saudi Arabia at the Charleston International Airport, South Carolina. US DoD, military, and civilian personnel were forced to relocate to the United States from Saudi Arabia in the wake of a terrorist bombing there during Operation SOUTHERN WATCH. They were met in Charleston by a barrage of military and civilian volunteers determined to make the relocation as painless as possible

A happy young traveller is escorted to a temporary daycare facility by a civilian volunteer after completing a 19 hour flight from Saudi Arabia to Charleston International Airport, South Carolina. US DoD, military, and civilian personnel were forced to relocate to the United States from Saudi Arabia in the wake of a terrorist bombing there during Operation SOUTHERN WATCH. They were met in Charleston by a barrage of military and civilian volunteers determined to make the relocation as painless as possible

Weary travellers receive assistance from a civilian volunteer after completing a 19 hour flight from Saudi Arabia to Charleston International Airport, South Carolina. US DoD, military, and civilian personnel were forced to relocate to the United States from Saudi Arabia in the wake of a terrorist bombing there during Operation SOUTHERN WATCH. They were met in Charleston by a barrage of military and civilian volunteers determined to make the relocation as painless as possible

A weary traveller is read a story at a daycare center in the Charleston International Airport, South Carolina, after completing a gruelling 19 hour flight from Saudi Arabia. US DoD, military, and civilian personnel were forced to relocate to the United States from Saudi Arabia in the wake of a terrorist bombing there during Operation SOUTHERN WATCH. They were met in Charleston by a barrage of military and civilian volunteers determined to make the relocation as painless as possible

A weary young traveller longs for sleep after completing a 19 hour flight from Saudi Arabia to Charleston International Airport, South Carolina. US DoD, military, and civilian personnel were forced to relocate to the United States from Saudi Arabia in the wake of a terrorist bombing there during Operation SOUTHERN WATCH. They were met in Charleston by a barrage of military and civilian volunteers determined to make the relocation as painless as possible

An American child awaits the evacuation flight from the US Embassy in Tirana, Albania, to the USS Nassau during Operation SILVER WAKE. 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit (Special Operations Capable) (MEU (SOC)) was called upon to perform a NEO (Non-combatant Evacuation Operation) of US citizens that desired to leave Albania, due to the current civil strife

At the Evacuation Control Center, a Marine searches and screens evacuees prior to movement from the US Embassy in Tirana, Albania, to the USS Nassau during Operation SILVER WAKE. The 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit (Special Operations Capable) (MEU (SOC)) was called upon to perform a NEO (Non-combatant Evacuation Operation) of U. S. citizens that desired to leave Albania, due to the current civil strife

A CH-46E "Sea Knight" helicopter lifts out of the evacuation site at the US Embassy in Tirana, Albania, on its way to the USS Nassau during Operation SILVER WAKE. The 26th MEU (SOC) (Marine Expeditionary Unit (Special Operations Capable)) was called upon to perform a NEO (Non-combatant Evacuation Operation) of US citizens that desired to leave Albania, due to the current civil strife

American citizens buckle into a CH-46E "Sea Knight" helicopter from 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit (Special Operations Capable) (MEU (SOC)) for transport out of Tirana, Albania, during Operation SILVER WAKE. The 26th MEU (SOC) was called upon to perform a NEO (Non-combatant Evacuation Operation) of US citizens that desired to leave Albania, due to the current civil strife

American citizens are escorted to a CH-46E "Sea Knight" helicopter by a 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit (Special Operations Capable) (MEU(SOC)) Marine, during Operation SILVER WAKE. 26th MEU (SOC) was called upon to perform a NEO (Non-combatant Evacuation Operation) of US citizens that desired to leave Albania, due to the current civil strife