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A new chart of the ARCHIPELAGO

Aegean Sea from "Elements of Physical Geography; together with a treatise on the physical phenomena of the United States. Illustrated, etc"

Aegean Sea from "Pen and Pencil in Asia Minor; or, Notes from the Levant ... Illustrated with eighty-nine engravings, made chiefly from water-colour sketches by the author"

American work with the Bulgarians. One of the first things the American Red Cross workers in the Balkans did after conditions permitted, was to go into Southern Bulgaria and establish stations to provide food and medical relief to thousands of Greek prisoners. The photograph shows a typical depot on the Aegean Sea with a group of Greeks waiting for supplies

A Bulgarian railroad locomotive at Dedeagatch, a town on the sea coast which was severely boombarded by Allied cruisers from the Aegean Sea. The marksmanship is remarkable, two direct hits being registered on the engine which was but a small object at a distance of five miles. The A.R.C. has assisted the refugees of this town with supplies

It Cuts a Country in Two. The Corinthe Canal which permits an outlet from the Gulf of Corinthe into the Aegean Sea and incidently makes Southern Greece an island. It is the greatest engineering feat performed by the modern Greeks. The canal is cut through a small mountain of solid rock. It proved its worth during the war, and after the Armistice aided greatly in getting American Red Cross Relief supplies to the half million Greek refugees on the islands of the Aegean Sea. The picture was taken from a Red Cross ship taking relief supplies to the refugees

STS053-106-066 - STS-053 - Earth observations

51F-36-053 - STS-51F - 51F earth observations

41G-49-027 - STS-41G - STS-41G earth observations

41G-49-024 - STS-41G - STS-41G earth observations

51F-36-052 - STS-51F - 51F earth observations

51F-46-049 - STS-51F - 51F earth observations

51B-44-091 - STS-51B - STS-51B earth observation

51B-44-090 - STS-51B - STS-51B earth observation

51B-46-054 - STS-51B - STS-51B earth observation

51B-44-092 - STS-51B - STS-51B earth observation

S27-44-048 - STS-027 - STS-27 earth observations

The Greek navy patrol boat HS Ipoploiarhos Troupakis (P-23) escorts Daedalus 88, a human-powered pedal plane, as it flies over the Aegean on its 74-mile trip between Crete and Santorini. The plane was built by students from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and is being piloted by Greek national cycling champion Kanellos Kanellopolous. The flight was patterned after the Greek myth of Daedalus and his son, Icarus, who attempted to leave Crete by constructing wings with which to fly

S34-86-103 - STS-034 - STS-34 earth observations

S34-86-102 - STS-034 - STS-34 earth observations

S34-86-101 - STS-034 - STS-34 earth observations

S28-96-059 - STS-028 - STS-28 earth observations

S28-96-058 - STS-028 - STS-28 earth observations

S34-86-100 - STS-034 - STS-34 earth observations

S36-84-055 - STS-036 - STS-36 earth observations

S40-73-074 - STS-040 - Earth observations

S45-77-006 - STS-045 - STS-45 earth observations

STS053-97-097 - STS-053 - Earth observations

S45-77-011 - STS-045 - STS-45 earth observations

S45-77-007 - STS-045 - STS-45 earth observations

STS056-79-040 - STS-056 - Earth observations taken from Discovery during STS-56 mission

STS-57 Earth observation of the Eastern Mediterranean, Nile River, Asia Minor

STS066-82-002 - STS-066 - Earth observations during STS-66

STS066-82-001 - STS-066 - Earth observations during STS-66

STS073-723-046 - STS-073 - Earth observations taken from shuttle orbiter Columbia

STS090-706-079 - STS-090 - Earth observations taken during STS-90 mission

STS074-712-012 - STS-074 - Earth observations taken during STS-74 mission

STS090-723-072 - STS-090 - Earth observations taken during STS-90 mission

STS090-706-076 - STS-090 - Earth observations taken during STS-90 mission

STS090-723-070 - STS-090 - Earth observations taken during STS-90 mission

STS090-723-071 - STS-090 - Earth observations taken during STS-90 mission

STS090-706-077 - STS-090 - Earth observations taken during STS-90 mission

STS074-712-011 - STS-074 - Earth observations taken during STS-74 mission

STS074-712-010 - STS-074 - Earth observations taken during STS-74 mission

STS090-706-078 - STS-090 - Earth observations taken during STS-90 mission

STS090-706-080 - STS-090 - Earth observations taken during STS-90 mission

STS058-72-041 - STS-058 - Earth observations during STS-58

STS076-726-025 - STS-076 - Earth observations taken from shuttle orbiter Atlantis during STS-76 mission

STS084-722-037 - STS-084 - Earth observations taken from shuttle orbiter Atlantis during STS-84 mission

STS084-707-018 - STS-084 - Earth observations taken from shuttle orbiter Atlantis during STS-84 mission

STS084-722-035 - STS-084 - Earth observations taken from shuttle orbiter Atlantis during STS-84 mission

STS084-722-036 - STS-084 - Earth observations taken from shuttle orbiter Atlantis during STS-84 mission

STS084-707-013 - STS-084 - Earth observations taken from shuttle orbiter Atlantis during STS-84 mission

STS084-722-032 - STS-084 - Earth observations taken from shuttle orbiter Atlantis during STS-84 mission

STS084-707-017 - STS-084 - Earth observations taken from shuttle orbiter Atlantis during STS-84 mission

Earth observations taken from shuttle orbiter Atlantis during STS-84 mission

STS096-352-010 - STS-096 - Earth observations taken during STS-96 mission

S40-610-048 - STS-040 - Earth observations

STS096-352-011 - STS-096 - Earth observations taken during STS-96 mission

S40-610-047 - STS-040 - Earth observations

S40-610-049 - STS-040 - Earth observations

Shot of USS NICHOLAS (FFG 47) underway in the Aegean Sea. Nicholas is part of the USS ENTERPRISE (CVN 65) (not shown) Battle Group operating in the central Mediterranean Sea

STS106-707-061 - STS-106 - Greek Islands, Crete, the Aegean Sea & Turkey taken during STS-106

STS106-707-044 - STS-106 - Greece, Crete, the Aegean Sea & Turkey taken from Atlantis during STS-106

STS106-707-052 - STS-106 - Greece, Crete, the Aegean Sea & Turkey taken from Atlantis during STS-106

STS106-701-014 - STS-106 - Greek Islands in the Aegean Sea taken from Atlantis during STS-108

STS106-707-048 - STS-106 - Greece, Crete, the Aegean Sea & Turkey taken from Atlantis during STS-106

STS106-707-059 - STS-106 - Greek Islands, Crete, the Aegean Sea & Turkey taken during STS-106

STS106-707-058 - STS-106 - Greece, Crete, the Aegean Sea & Turkey taken from Atlantis during STS-106

STS106-707-046 - STS-106 - Greece, Crete, the Aegean Sea & Turkey taken from Atlantis during STS-106

STS106-707-045 - STS-106 - Greece, Crete, the Aegean Sea & Turkey taken from Atlantis during STS-106

STS106-707-051 - STS-106 - Greece, Crete, the Aegean Sea & Turkey taken from Atlantis during STS-106

STS106-701-013 - STS-106 - Greek Islands in the Aegean Sea taken from Atlantis during STS-107

STS106-707-055 - STS-106 - Greece, Crete, the Aegean Sea & Turkey taken from Atlantis during STS-106

STS106-707-057 - STS-106 - Greece, Crete, the Aegean Sea & Turkey taken from Atlantis during STS-106

STS106-707-049 - STS-106 - Greece, Crete, the Aegean Sea & Turkey taken from Atlantis during STS-106

STS106-707-056 - STS-106 - Greece, Crete, the Aegean Sea & Turkey taken from Atlantis during STS-106

STS106-707-047 - STS-106 - Greece, Crete, the Aegean Sea & Turkey taken from Atlantis during STS-106

STS106-707-053 - STS-106 - Greece, Crete, the Aegean Sea & Turkey taken from Atlantis during STS-106

STS106-707-060 - STS-106 - Greek Islands, Crete, the Aegean Sea & Turkey taken during STS-106

STS106-701-012 - STS-106 - Greek Islands in the Aegean Sea taken from Atlantis during STS-106

STS106-707-054 - STS-106 - Greece, Crete, the Aegean Sea & Turkey taken from Atlantis during STS-106

STS106-707-050 - STS-106 - Greece, Crete, the Aegean Sea & Turkey taken from Atlantis during STS-106

sts121-336-033 - STS-121 - Earth view over the Northen Sporades islans of Greece taken during STS-121

S121E06529 - STS-121 - Earth view over Greece, the Aegean Sea and the coast of Turkey taken during STS-121 / Expedition 13 joint operations

sts121-336-032 - STS-121 - Earth view over Evia, Greece taken during STS-121

S121E06530 - STS-121 - Earth view over Greece,the Aegean Sea and the coast of Turkey taken during STS-121 / Expedition 13 joint operations

Members of the Visit, Board, Search and Seizure (VBSS) Team assigned to the guided missile cruiser USS Monterey (CG 61) proceed to conduct aboarding exercise.

Sailors assigned to the guided missile cruiser USS Monterey (CG 61) lower the ship�s Rigid Hull Inflatable Boat (RHIB) to transport the ships Visit, Board, Search and Seizure (VBSS) Team.

Master Chief Operations Specialist Aaron David Blair, operations department leading chief petty officer assigned to guided missile cruiser USS Monterey (CG 61), discuses damage control procedures with Executive Warrant Officer Dicky Bays.

USS The Sullivans (DDG 68) visit, board, search and seizure (VBSS) team members exit the hatch leading to the ship�s forecastle.

Commander Anthony J. Parisi, commanding officer of USS The Sullivans (DDG 68), takes a photo from the aft missile decks as his Sailors prepare to commence a familiarization fire exercise on the flight deck.

Gunner�s Mate 2nd Class Eric K. Hassel instructs Electronic Technician 1st Class Kevin D. Brown on the safe handling of the M-203 grenade launcher prior to a familiarization fire exercise on the flight deck of USS The Sullivans (DDG 68).

Information Systems Technician 3rd Class Jason R. Shupe enters the chiefs� mess aboard guided missile destroyer USS The Sullivans (DDG 68).

Members of the visit, board, search and seizure (VBSS) team assigned to the Italian frigate ITS Maestrale (F570) fast rope on to the forecastle of guided missile cruiser USS Monterey (CG 61).

Naval oceanographic surveyor Krisitina Amacker helps fellow surveyor try on his emersion suite.

Petty Officer 3rd Class Peter Strimple and Chief Petty Officer James Moerls prepare to recover a boarding team.

U.S. Coast Guard Lt. j.g. Paul Windt describes U.S. Coast Guard vessel boarding procedures.

Damage Controlman 2nd Class Tiffany Stevens takes a test run on one of the treadmills in the new boat-deck gym during a ribbon and cake cutting ceremony.

An amphibious assault vehicle from the 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit (22 MEU) splashes into the Aegean Sea as it exits the well deck of the amphibious dock landing ship USS Fort McHenry (LSD 43).