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Topic: weapons carrier

1985
1985
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1992
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1992
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Ground crew personnel, dressed in chemical warfare protection suits, secure Mark 82 500-pound bombs onto a weapons carrier during Exercise SALTY DEMO'85.  SALTY DEMO'85 is an air base survivability exercise evaluating passive and active defenses, aircraft operation and generation, and base recovery systems

Ground crew personnel, dressed in chemical warfare protection suits, s...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: SALTY DEMO Base: Spangdahlem Air Base Country: West Germany (FRG) Scene Camera Operator: Unknown Release Status: Released to... more

AIRMAN 1ST Class David J. Valentine, a machine gun specialist of the 48th Tactical Fighter Wing, stands watch with his M-60 machine gun mounted on an M-998 weapons carrier during Operation Desert Storm.

AIRMAN 1ST Class David J. Valentine, a machine gun specialist of the 4...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: DESERT STORM Country: Saudi Arabia(SAU) Scene Camera Operator: TECH. SGT. Rose Reynolds Release Status: Released to Public Co... more

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