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Torpedo launch weapon.
Torpedo launch weapon.
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[An artillery ready for firing] / Constantinople, Abdullah Frères.
One of our big guns with which we annoy the enemy
Combat Firing with Handguns (Military training video) Part 1
AMERICAL DIVISION - SNIPER SCHOOL (23D INFANTRY DIVISION), 08/1971
Submachine gun rifle automatic weapon.
Air force aircraft fighter jet.
Painting execution firing.
Anti tank guided missile rocket anti tank missile.
Forged steel to make the lungs of a torpedo. Smoothing down the outside of torpedo air flasks is this man's job. Production is going at top speed at the eastern Navy arsenal in which this equipment is produced
Prof. Mailefert and naval officers at the torpedo station on the James River
A torpedo exploding under the "Montauk," in the Ogeechee River [Dest]ruction of the "Nashville" by the iron-clad monitor "Montauk" / / drawn by an eye-witness.
Mrs. M. Vieta, Portuguese wife of a FSA (Farm Security Administration) client. At present she is looking after the farm and the children while her husband works at the torpedo station in Newport. Portsmouth, Rhode Island
Finishing torpedo tube mount. Skilled workers in an eastern Navy yard arsenal putting the finishing touches on a torpedo tube mount. This arsenal is one of eleven working at top speed for the expanded war program of the Navy
Cooperation on a torpedo tube mount. Skilled workers in an eastern Navy yard arsenal putting the finishing touches on a torpedo tube mount. This arsenal is one of eleven working at top speed for the expanded war program of the Navy
Squaring part of a torpedo. Skilled machine operator working on the process of torpedo manufacture in an eastern Navy arsenal
The Torpedo and the whale
Shaving the inside of a torpedo. At work on the inside of a torpedo airflask in an eastern arsenal. The expanded two-ocean fleet will need large stores of ammunition
A rivet is her fighting weapon. Oyida Peaks, daughter of a Navy lieutenant, one of many women taking NYA training to become mechanics at the Naval Air Base, Corpus Christi, Texas. After eight weeks apprenticeship she will be qualified as a civil service worker in the Assembly and Repair Department
Salvage. Scrap for steel mills. A cannon that saw duty in World War I stands in the yard of a Chicago steel mill, ready to be melted down and processed into a modern weapon for World War II
New River, North Carolina. Marine Corps submachine gunners. An efficient gas mask and a deadly Johnson submachine gun are part of the kit of fighting tools carried by this leatherneck in training at New River, North Carolina. The gun, a new Marine Corps weapon, is said to have a lot of authority. Marine barracks, New River, North Carolina
Study Johnson semi-automatic rifle. Washington, D.C., May 29. Senator Morris Sheppard, left, Chairman of the Senate Military Affairs Committee, Maj. Gen. George A. Lynch, U.S. Chief of Infantry, and Senator A.B. Chandler of Kentucky, inspect the Johnson semi-automatic rifle which may replace the Garand gas-operated rifle as the Army's standard shoulder weapon. Capt. Melvin M. Johnson, inventor of the Johnson rifle, told the Senate Military Affairs today when it began consideration of a bill to change the Army's standard shoulder weapon, that his rifle could be manufactured more rapidly than the Garand
Fort Knox. Machine guns. The .30 caliber machine gun is a powerful weapon of great range and effectiveness. It is used in various forms on planes, tanks, ships and other types of mechanized equipment
[Row of armored cars ; Soldier with weapon in armored car]
They wrestled for possession of the weapon : [with] one hand pressed upon her bosom, Mary's feverish eyes watched the straining men
Samuel Small to Abraham Lincoln,  (Has secret weapon)
On the alert against attacking planes is this heavy machine gun crew, their weapon set up near a vital bridge in the Second Army's middle Tennessee maneuver area. The bridge was attacked three times by fast-striking dive bombers during a recent phase of the maneuvers. The gun is manned by Private Robert Hutcheson (gunner) of Red Bay, Alabama, and Private Virgil Lorence (assistant gunner) of Lucern, Missouri
Trailer-laboratory is latest U.S. weapon in war against syphilis. Washington, D.C. Aug. 23. Dr. L.E. Burney and Nurse Fran Miller of the new trailer-laboratory which has just been completed for the United States Public Health Service, interview a "patient" as the trailer arrives in Washington for exhibition. After a short stay here, the clinic-on-wheels , which is fully equipped in every respect, will travel to Georgia for use in a syphilis control project to be conducted there. 8/23/37
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