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Person smile ceramics, people.

Person smile ceramics, people.

Dulles airport building, architecture buildings.

Dulles airport building, architecture buildings.

Airport clearance switch, architecture buildings.

Airport clearance switch, architecture buildings.

Angels park sculpture sculpture.

Angels park sculpture sculpture.

Dulles airport building, architecture buildings.

Dulles airport building, architecture buildings.

War Industries Board Clearance Division

War Industries Board Clearance Division

Argentine Battleship Rivadavia Just About in Dry Dock No. 4, Looking Northeast, Showing Clearance Between Sides of Ship and Dock

Argentine Battleship Rivadavia Just About in Dry Dock No. 4, Looking Northeast, Showing Clearance Between Sides of Ship and Dock

ALLEY CLEARANCE. SLUM VIEWS

ALLEY CLEARANCE. SLUM VIEWS

ALLEY CLEARANCE. SLUM VIEWS

ALLEY CLEARANCE. SLUM VIEWS

ALLEY CLEARANCE. SLUM VIEWS

ALLEY CLEARANCE. SLUM VIEWS

ALLEY CLEARANCE. SLUM VIEWS

ALLEY CLEARANCE. SLUM VIEWS

Damascus Gate after clearance

Damascus Gate after clearance

Slum clearance plans rushed projects. The Housing Division of [RWA?] begins shipment of 3,300 sets of plans and 9,900 sets of specifications covering 46 slum clearance projects in widely separated sections of the country. About 25,000 modern homes are program. From the left: C.W. Fitch, assistant director of the Housing division, [...]athleen Brown, a clerk, and A.R. Clas, [Director?] /21/35

Slum clearance plans rushed projects. The Housing Division of [RWA?] begins shipment of 3,300 sets of plans and 9,900 sets of specifications covering 46 slum clearance projects in widely separated sections of the country. About 25,000 modern homes are program. From the left: C.W. Fitch, assistant director of the Housing division, [...]athleen Brown, a clerk, and A.R. Clas, [Director?] /21/35

MRS. ROOSEVELT OPENS SLUM CLEARANCE MEETING. MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT IS GREETED BY NORMAN THOMAS AS THE FIRST LADY PREPARES TO OPEN THE NATIONAL PUBLIC HOUSING CONFERENCE AT THE WILLARD HOTEL IN WASHINGTON FRIDAY NIGHT. IN CENTER IS MARY KINGSBURY SIMKHOVITCH, NEW YORK, PRESIDENT OF THE NATIONAL PUBLIC HOUSING CONFERENCE

MRS. ROOSEVELT OPENS SLUM CLEARANCE MEETING. MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT IS GREETED BY NORMAN THOMAS AS THE FIRST LADY PREPARES TO OPEN THE NATIONAL PUBLIC HOUSING CONFERENCE AT THE WILLARD HOTEL IN WASHINGTON FRIDAY NIGHT. IN CENTER IS MARY KINGSBURY SIMKHOVITCH, NEW YORK, PRESIDENT OF THE NATIONAL PUBLIC HOUSING CONFERENCE

Tel Deweir (Lachish). Jewish palace-fort, after removal of Persian residency. Now awaiting clearance. Looking S.W.

Tel Deweir (Lachish). Jewish palace-fort, after removal of Persian residency. Now awaiting clearance. Looking S.W.

Damascus Gate after clearance of slope. Oct. 1937

Damascus Gate after clearance of slope. Oct. 1937

Western Electric altimeter: The dipole receiving antenna used in connection with the Western Electric terrain clearance indicator is the result of intensive development research by the Bell Laboratories

Western Electric altimeter: The dipole receiving antenna used in connection with the Western Electric terrain clearance indicator is the result of intensive development research by the Bell Laboratories

Civilian protection. Member of a demolition and clearance Squad takes his place on the winch-equipped truck used in his squad's operations

Civilian protection. Member of a demolition and clearance Squad takes his place on the winch-equipped truck used in his squad's operations

Defense housing, Erie, Pennsylvania. The old and the new. At the right is pictured one of the new defense homes now under construction, while in the background is shown one of the apartment homes built for the defense workers during World War I. Where as many of the latter homes were disposed of due to private concerns after the war, it is expected that many of the new defense homes now being built will eventually become part of the overall slum clearance program. Others will help fill the urgent peace time need in America for low cost homes

Defense housing, Erie, Pennsylvania. The old and the new. At the right is pictured one of the new defense homes now under construction, while in the background is shown one of the apartment homes built for the defense workers during World War I. Where as many of the latter homes were disposed of due to private concerns after the war, it is expected that many of the new defense homes now being built will eventually become part of the overall slum clearance program. Others will help fill the urgent peace time need in America for low cost homes

The air raid protective services. In the wake of the bombs come the demolition and clearance crews, whose work is essential to efficient air raid protection. They must keep the vital roads and alleys clear so that other workers can get to the trouble spots. They are trained in the efficient use of power shovels and other time-saving tools

The air raid protective services. In the wake of the bombs come the demolition and clearance crews, whose work is essential to efficient air raid protection. They must keep the vital roads and alleys clear so that other workers can get to the trouble spots. They are trained in the efficient use of power shovels and other time-saving tools

New York, New York. Demolition for slum clearance. Blocks of slum area are torn down for housing project

New York, New York. Demolition for slum clearance. Blocks of slum area are torn down for housing project

The air raid protective services. In the wake of the bombs come the demolition and clearance crews, whose work is essential to efficient air raid protection. They must keep the vital roads and alleys clear so that other workers can get to the trouble spots. They are trained in the efficient use of power shovels and other time-saving tools

The air raid protective services. In the wake of the bombs come the demolition and clearance crews, whose work is essential to efficient air raid protection. They must keep the vital roads and alleys clear so that other workers can get to the trouble spots. They are trained in the efficient use of power shovels and other time-saving tools

Machinists checking value clearance for timing with camshaft. This is one step in the assembly of a Packard marine engine. Packard marine engine plant, Detroit

Machinists checking value clearance for timing with camshaft. This is one step in the assembly of a Packard marine engine. Packard marine engine plant, Detroit

Civilian protection. Cleaning debris is hard work and coffee and sandwiches are more than welcome after a few hours of it. The women are members of a Red Cross emergency food and housing unit, while the worker's armband shows him to be a volunteer member of a demolition and clearance crew

Civilian protection. Cleaning debris is hard work and coffee and sandwiches are more than welcome after a few hours of it. The women are members of a Red Cross emergency food and housing unit, while the worker's armband shows him to be a volunteer member of a demolition and clearance crew

Civilian protection. Nurses' aides and medical corps personnel turn out for drill. These two groups make up the personnel of stretcher bearers, first aid squads, casualty clearance stations, and first aid posts. Both are also assigned to hospital work in a rigorous course of training and hospital experience which is necessary to become members of their groups

Civilian protection. Nurses' aides and medical corps personnel turn out for drill. These two groups make up the personnel of stretcher bearers, first aid squads, casualty clearance stations, and first aid posts. Both are also assigned to hospital work in a rigorous course of training and hospital experience which is necessary to become members of their groups

New York, New York. Demolition for slum clearance. Whole blocks of a slum area are torn down to make room for a housing project

New York, New York. Demolition for slum clearance. Whole blocks of a slum area are torn down to make room for a housing project

New York, New York. Demolition for slum clearance. Whole blocks of a slum area are torn down to make room for a housing project

New York, New York. Demolition for slum clearance. Whole blocks of a slum area are torn down to make room for a housing project

New York, New York. Demolition for slum clearance. Whole blocks of a slum area are torn down to make room for a housing project

New York, New York. Demolition for slum clearance. Whole blocks of a slum area are torn down to make room for a housing project

Packages for prisoners of war and internees. A Red Cross Canteen worker, Miss Mary Dougherty, inspects a Red Cross food package going to an American prisoner of war. Packages like this are sent regularly from International Red Cross headquarters in Geneva to American prisoners of war and interned civilians held by Germany and Italy. One a week goes to each American prisoner of war whose capture and location have been reported and one every two weeks to each interned civilian. Twenty thousand such packages were sent to the Far East on the neutral diplomatic exchange ship Gripsholm last June, together with one million cigarettes and other supplies for American prisoners and internees in Japan, occupied China and the Philippines. Much larger quantities are now on the Gripsholm pending final clearance with the Japanese for her sailing on a second trip

Packages for prisoners of war and internees. A Red Cross Canteen worker, Miss Mary Dougherty, inspects a Red Cross food package going to an American prisoner of war. Packages like this are sent regularly from International Red Cross headquarters in Geneva to American prisoners of war and interned civilians held by Germany and Italy. One a week goes to each American prisoner of war whose capture and location have been reported and one every two weeks to each interned civilian. Twenty thousand such packages were sent to the Far East on the neutral diplomatic exchange ship Gripsholm last June, together with one million cigarettes and other supplies for American prisoners and internees in Japan, occupied China and the Philippines. Much larger quantities are now on the Gripsholm pending final clearance with the Japanese for her sailing on a second trip

Civilian protection. Members of the New York defense forces turn out for drill and demonstration with their rolling equipment. From left to right: nurses' aides and medical personnel, rescue squad, decontamination squad, demolition and clearance crews

Civilian protection. Members of the New York defense forces turn out for drill and demonstration with their rolling equipment. From left to right: nurses' aides and medical personnel,  rescue squad, decontamination squad, demolition and clearance crews

New York, New York. Demolition for slum clearance. Whole blocks of a slum area are torn down to make room for a housing project

New York, New York. Demolition for slum clearance. Whole blocks of a slum area are torn down to make room for a housing project

Skilled workmen checking the stock clearance on a die which will be used to trim and flange fenders. Plant of Frederick Colman & Sons, Inc., Detroit, Michigan

Skilled workmen checking the stock clearance on a die which will be used to trim and flange fenders. Plant of Frederick Colman & Sons, Inc., Detroit, Michigan

If your refrigerator is a separate unit, see that there is a two-and-a-half-inch clearance between it and the wall behind and at least a seven-inch clearance above

If your refrigerator is a separate unit, see that there is a two-and-a-half-inch clearance between it and the wall behind and at least a seven-inch clearance above

Production. War housing trailers. Electrical wiring is installed in war housing trailers being produced at Los Angeles by Western Trailer Company. Six-volt batteries for clearance lights, stop lights, tail lights and porch light are run inside the wall space. 110-volt wiring is run under molding to provide easy access and to comply with local wiring regulations in various parts of the country

Production. War housing trailers. Electrical wiring is installed in war housing trailers being produced at Los Angeles by Western Trailer Company. Six-volt batteries for clearance lights, stop lights, tail lights and porch light are run inside the wall space. 110-volt wiring is run under molding to provide easy access and to comply with local wiring regulations in various parts of the country

Production. War housing trailers. The trailer door is the last major assembly to be fitted to a war housing trailer at the Los Angeles plant of Western Trailer Company. The worker in the background is installing clearance light fittings. The vehicle is now ready for the final paint job

Production. War housing trailers. The trailer door is the last major assembly to be fitted to a war housing trailer at the Los Angeles plant of Western Trailer Company. The worker in the background is installing clearance light fittings. The vehicle is now ready for the final paint job

Clinton, Iowa. Train crew getting orders and clearance from the yard clerk in the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad yard office

Clinton, Iowa. Train crew getting orders and clearance from the yard clerk in the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad yard office

Site clearance

Site clearance

Lincoln Square: Slum Clearance Plan under Title 1 of the Housing Act of 1949 as Amended

Lincoln Square: Slum Clearance Plan under Title 1 of the Housing Act of 1949 as Amended

Lincoln Square: Slum Clearance Plan under Title 1 of the Housing Act of 1949 as Amended

Lincoln Square: Slum Clearance Plan under Title 1 of the Housing Act of 1949 as Amended

Lincoln Square: Slum Clearance Plan under Title 1 of the Housing Act of 1949 as Amended

Lincoln Square: Slum Clearance Plan under Title 1 of the Housing Act of 1949 as Amended

Overall view of bevatron. Photograph taken December 4, 1953. Patent clearance 3/21/1960. Bevatron-627

Overall view of bevatron. Photograph taken December 4, 1953. Patent clearance 3/21/1960. Bevatron-627

Seward, Alaska, view

Seward, Alaska, view

Seward, Alaska, view

Seward, Alaska, view

7/64. Anchorage - 4th Avenue slide area clearance. McKinley building in background. East from C. Street. See photos 882, 527, 301A, 297

7/64. Anchorage - 4th Avenue slide area clearance. McKinley building in background. East from C. Street. See photos 882, 527, 301A, 297

Seward, Alaska, view

Seward, Alaska, view

Downtown Anchorage - Debris clearance neared completion in downtown Anchorage, Alaska when this picture was taken. Now complete, reconstruction work authorized by federal law will be supervised by the Alaska district, U.S. Amy Corps of Engineers. Fourth Avenue (shown) and other demolition is being done by Chris Berg, Incorporated, Seattle Washington, under a $129,500 contract

Downtown Anchorage - Debris clearance neared completion in downtown Anchorage, Alaska when this picture was taken. Now complete, reconstruction work authorized by federal law will be supervised by the Alaska district, U.S. Amy Corps of Engineers. Fourth Avenue (shown) and other demolition is being done by Chris Berg, Incorporated, Seattle Washington, under a $129,500 contract

Seward, Alaska, view

Seward, Alaska, view

PC BOARD ARTWORK AND BLADE TIP CLEARANCE SETUP

PC BOARD ARTWORK AND BLADE TIP CLEARANCE SETUP

PC BOARD ARTWORK AND BLADE TIP CLEARANCE SETUP

PC BOARD ARTWORK AND BLADE TIP CLEARANCE SETUP

PC BOARD ARTWORK AND BLADE TIP CLEARANCE SETUP

PC BOARD ARTWORK AND BLADE TIP CLEARANCE SETUP

CLEARANCE PROBE GAUGE AND FILM THERMOCOUPLE TEST SPECIMEN

CLEARANCE PROBE GAUGE AND FILM THERMOCOUPLE TEST SPECIMEN

CLEARANCE PROBE GAUGE AND FILM THERMOCOUPLE TEST SPECIMEN

CLEARANCE PROBE GAUGE AND FILM THERMOCOUPLE TEST SPECIMEN

CLEARANCE PROBE GAUGE AND FILM THERMOCOUPLE TEST SPECIMEN

CLEARANCE PROBE GAUGE AND FILM THERMOCOUPLE TEST SPECIMEN

CLEARANCE PROBE GAUGE AND FILM THERMOCOUPLE TEST SPECIMEN

CLEARANCE PROBE GAUGE AND FILM THERMOCOUPLE TEST SPECIMEN

OPTICAL BLADE TIP CLEARANCE MEASURING SYSTEM AND PROBE

OPTICAL BLADE TIP CLEARANCE MEASURING SYSTEM AND PROBE

OPTICAL BLADE TIP CLEARANCE MEASURING SYSTEM AND PROBE

OPTICAL BLADE TIP CLEARANCE MEASURING SYSTEM AND PROBE

An interior view of a C-141 Starlifter aircraft showing side-to-side clearance with a UH-60A Black Hawk helicopter aboard. Members of the 101st Airborne Division are loading two UH-60As into the C-141 during testing of a new transportability kit

An interior view of a C-141 Starlifter aircraft showing side-to-side clearance with a UH-60A Black Hawk helicopter aboard. Members of the 101st Airborne Division are loading two UH-60As into the C-141 during testing of a new transportability kit

An interior view of a C-141 Starlifter aircraft showing side-to-side clearance with a UH-60A Black Hawk helicopter aboard. Members of the 101st Airborne Division are loading two UH-60As into the C-141 during testing of a new transportability kit

An interior view of a C-141 Starlifter aircraft showing side-to-side clearance with a UH-60A Black Hawk helicopter aboard. Members of the 101st Airborne Division are loading two UH-60As into the C-141 during testing of a new transportability kit

ADEN NOZZLE LINER CLEARANCE

ADEN NOZZLE LINER CLEARANCE

TIP CLEARANCE ACTUATOR

TIP CLEARANCE ACTUATOR

TIP CLEARANCE ACTUATOR

TIP CLEARANCE ACTUATOR

An F-15 Eagle aircraft lands as the other Eagles wait for clearance for take-off during exercise Border Star '81. The Eagles are assigned to the 49th Tactical Fighter Wing, 12th Air Force

An F-15 Eagle aircraft lands as the other Eagles wait for clearance for take-off during exercise Border Star '81. The Eagles are assigned to the 49th Tactical Fighter Wing, 12th Air Force

1LT Charles Bailey, missile system engineer, checks a Zodiacal Infrared Program (ZIP) II payload missile for clearance as the missile opens its excess panel to extend the sensors and cables in the Air Force Geophysics Laboratory (AFGL)

1LT Charles Bailey, missile system engineer, checks a Zodiacal Infrared Program (ZIP) II payload missile for clearance as the missile opens its excess panel to extend the sensors and cables in the Air Force Geophysics Laboratory (AFGL)

SENIOR AIRMAN James Harrel takes a wind reading with a Brunton's compass before he gives clearance for a jump to take place during exercise BOLD EAGLE '82

SENIOR AIRMAN James Harrel takes a wind reading with a Brunton's compass before he gives clearance for a jump to take place during exercise BOLD EAGLE '82

A Marine Corps AV-8A Harrier aircraft is on the runway waiting for clearance from the control tower. The Marines are participating in Operation CAX 1-2-82 at the Marine Corps Air-to-Ground Combat Center

A Marine Corps AV-8A Harrier aircraft is on the runway waiting for clearance from the control tower. The Marines are participating in Operation CAX 1-2-82 at the Marine Corps Air-to-Ground Combat Center

Two Navy divers assist another out of the water at the completion of his dive to recover victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Two Navy divers assist another out of the water at the completion of his dive to recover victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Navy divers inflate a rubber raft to be used in the location and recovery of victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Navy divers inflate a rubber raft to be used in the location and recovery of victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Navy divers in scuba gear, operate from rubber rafts to locate and recover victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Navy divers in scuba gear, operate from rubber rafts to locate and recover victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Navy divers carry a rubber raft on to the dive platform for use in the location and recovery of victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Navy divers carry a rubber raft on to the dive platform for use in the location and recovery of victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

An overhead view of Navy divers trying to locate and recover victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

An overhead view of Navy divers trying to locate and recover victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Navy divers participate in the recovery of the victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Navy divers participate in the recovery of the victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

SENIOR Navy divers use a schematic diagram of a Boeing 737 to help in the recovery of the tail section from Flight 90, the Air Florida aircraft that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

SENIOR Navy divers use a schematic diagram of a Boeing 737 to help in the recovery of the tail section from Flight 90, the Air Florida aircraft that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Navy divers operate from rubber rafts to recover victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Navy divers operate from rubber rafts to recover victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Two Navy divers wearing Mark 12 dive gear prepare to enter the icy water to recover victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Two Navy divers wearing Mark 12 dive gear prepare to enter the icy water to recover victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Navy divers watch as a crane lifts a load of wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Navy divers watch as a crane lifts a load of wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Petroleum jelly is applied to a diver's face to protect him from fuel oil and freezing temperatures during the operation to recover victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Petroleum jelly is applied to a diver's face to protect him from fuel oil and freezing temperatures during the operation to recover victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Navy dive team assistants carry oxygen tank hose onto a platform during the operation to recover victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Navy dive team assistants carry oxygen tank hose onto a platform during the operation to recover victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

A starboard beam view of mechanized landing craft 8379 (LCM-8379) during the diving operation to recover victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

A starboard beam view of mechanized landing craft 8379 (LCM-8379) during the diving operation to recover victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

A Navy diver wearing Mark 12 dive gear prepares to enter the icy water to recover victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

A Navy diver wearing Mark 12 dive gear prepares to enter the icy water to recover victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Policemen assist the Navy dive team in carrying a piece of wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street), up onto the river bank. The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Policemen assist the Navy dive team in carrying a piece of wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street), up onto the river bank. The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

A Navy diver is assisted from a platform as he enters the water to recover victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

A Navy diver is assisted from a platform as he enters the water to recover victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

A port bow view of a utility landing craft being used by Navy divers in an operation to recover victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

A port bow view of a utility landing craft being used by Navy divers in an operation to recover victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Navy divers carry a rubber raft down to the river bank for use in the location and recovery of victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Navy divers carry a rubber raft down to the river bank for use in the location and recovery of victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Two Navy divers prepare an oxygen tank prior to making a dive to recover victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Two Navy divers prepare an oxygen tank prior to making a dive to recover victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

A Navy diver in scuba gear (minus mask) participates in the operation to recover victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

A Navy diver in scuba gear (minus mask) participates in the operation to recover victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Navy divers stand in line for a hot meal served by the American Red Cross, as they take a break from recovery operations for the victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Navy divers stand in line for a hot meal served by the American Red Cross, as they take a break from recovery operations for the victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

A Navy dive team navigates a rubber raft through the icy water searching for victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

A Navy dive team navigates a rubber raft through the icy water searching for victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

A Navy dive team prepares to depart the platform in a rubber raft, to locate to victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

A Navy dive team prepares to depart the platform in a rubber raft, to locate to victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

A Navy diver in scuba gear is assisted into a rubber raft before using it to locate to victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

A Navy diver in scuba gear is assisted into a rubber raft before using it to locate to victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

A Navy diver is assisted at the completion of his dive where he attempted to recover victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

A Navy diver is assisted at the completion of his dive where he attempted to recover victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Navy divers participate in the recovery of the victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Navy divers participate in the recovery of the victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Overhead view of Navy divers operating from a platform to recover victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Overhead view of Navy divers operating from a platform to recover victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Navy CHIEF Radioman Ron Campbell, wearing Mark 12 dive gear, enters the icy water for a dive to recover victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Navy CHIEF Radioman Ron Campbell, wearing Mark 12 dive gear, enters the icy water for a dive to recover victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Navy divers turn over a rubber raft to be used in the recovery of the victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Navy divers turn over a rubber raft to be used in the recovery of the victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

A view from the river of recovery operations for Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

A view from the river of recovery operations for Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Navy divers participate in the recovery of the victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland, and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Navy divers participate in the recovery of the victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland, and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Two Navy divers in scuba gear stand in a rubber raft, before using it to locate to victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Two Navy divers in scuba gear stand in a rubber raft, before using it to locate to victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Navy divers stand on the river bank in sub-zero temperatures during the operation to recover victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

Navy divers stand on the river bank in sub-zero temperatures during the operation to recover victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

A view of the icy river as Navy divers operate from the bank to recover victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

A view of the icy river as Navy divers operate from the bank to recover victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

A Navy diver is assisted in removing his Mark 12 gear at the completion of his dive to recover victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia

A Navy diver is assisted in removing his Mark 12 gear at the completion of his dive to recover victims and wreckage from Flight 90, the Air Florida Boeing 737 that crashed into Rochambeau Bridge (14th Street). The divers are from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Indian Head, Maryland and Harbor Clearance Unit Two, from Little Creek, Virginia