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To the inhabitants of the Ward of the City of New York, being the Collection District of the State of New York. [Notification that the tax on houses, etc. authorized by Act of Congress of 14th July, 1798 is due] [New York, 1798].

To the inhabitants of the Ward of the City of New York, being the Collection District of the State of New York. [Notification that the tax on houses, etc. authorized by Act of Congress of 14th July, 1798 is due] [New York, 1798].

L'ichneumone; Due monaci Cofti, e malem Jacob; Tre monaci Cofti, due Cheikh Arabi, il Cheikh di Chaabbas Ammers.

L'ichneumone; Due monaci Cofti, e malem Jacob; Tre monaci Cofti, due Cheikh Arabi, il Cheikh di Chaabbas Ammers.

Seguito e fine della precedente iscrizione. Due immagini di prigioni, africano e asiatico, scolpite nella base del colosso di Ramses III [Ramses II] al Ramsesseion [Ramesseum].

Seguito e fine della precedente iscrizione. Due immagini di prigioni, africano e asiatico, scolpite nella base del colosso di Ramses III [Ramses II] al Ramsesseion [Ramesseum].

Figg. 1, 2 e 3. Due grandi scarabei con iscrizione di Amenôf III. Atto di ossequio al suo prenome. - Fig. 4, 5. Il re Horus è allattato da due dee. - Fig. 6. Fa offerta di fiori a Thoth e Athyr [Hathor].

Figg. 1, 2 e 3.  Due grandi scarabei con iscrizione di Amenôf III. Atto di ossequio al suo prenome. - Fig. 4, 5. Il re Horus è allattato da due dee. - Fig. 6. Fa offerta di fiori a Thoth e Athyr [Hathor].

Fig. 1. Offerte di Menphtah II [Merneptah] figlio e successore di Ramses III [II], alle deità di Silsilis. Fig. 2. Offerta del medesimo ad Atmu, Mandu, e Amenôf I, capo della dinastia XVIII. Fig. 3. Due immagini simboliche del Nilo vengono a recar doni

Fig. 1. Offerte di Menphtah II [Merneptah] figlio e successore di Ramses III [II], alle deità di Silsilis. Fig. 2. Offerta del medesimo ad Atmu, Mandu, e Amenôf I, capo della dinastia XVIII. Fig. 3. Due immagini simboliche del Nilo vengono a recar doni

Due pilastri con ornamenti emblematici relativi alle varie forme d'Osiride.

Due pilastri con ornamenti emblematici relativi alle varie forme d'Osiride.

Due quadri funebri nelle tombe di Biban-el-Moluk.-- Due Bari-Costellazioni: Bari di Orione e d'Iside nel soffitto del Pronao a Ombos.--Un sacerdote funebre: quadro copiato nella Valle delle Regine.--Rappresentazione scolpita?[Memnonio].

Due quadri funebri nelle tombe di Biban-el-Moluk.-- Due Bari-Costellazioni: Bari di Orione e d'Iside nel soffitto del Pronao a Ombos.--Un sacerdote funebre: quadro copiato nella Valle delle Regine.--Rappresentazione scolpita?[Memnonio].

Una barca che ne rimorchia un'altra per trasporto di una mummia. - Due immagini di defunti figurati nella lor tomba. - Ara funebre.

Una barca che ne rimorchia un'altra per trasporto di una mummia. - Due immagini di defunti figurati nella lor tomba. - Ara funebre.

Due sonatori di arpa figurati nella tomba di Ramses IV.

Due sonatori di arpa figurati nella tomba di Ramses IV.

1, 2. Due quadri simbolici del santuario ristaurato al tempo di Alessandro. --Karnac: 3. Quadro del santuario di granito rifatto sotto il regno di Filippo-Arrideo. 4. Frammento antico dello stesso santuario.

1, 2. Due quadri simbolici del santuario ristaurato al tempo di Alessandro. --Karnac: 3. Quadro del santuario di granito rifatto sotto il regno di Filippo-Arrideo. 4. Frammento antico dello stesso santuario.

Due soggetti di caccia con le reti all' oche e ad altri uccelli acquatici. Nel superiore gli uccelli presi si preparano e si mettono in sale.

Due soggetti di caccia con le reti all' oche e ad altri uccelli acquatici. Nel superiore gli uccelli presi si preparano e si mettono in sale.

Due soggetti che figurano la dea Netpe uscente dall' albero mistico, a dar cibo e brevanda ai defunti. - Anubi [Anubis] sta sulla mummia, mentre vola sopra quella l'anima con i segni di trasmigrazione.

Due soggetti che figurano la dea Netpe uscente dall' albero mistico, a dar cibo e brevanda ai defunti. - Anubi [Anubis] sta sulla mummia, mentre vola sopra quella l'anima con i segni di trasmigrazione.

Due tavole da riunirsi in una: vasta rappresentanza della dea Netpe, immagine simbolica del cielo, ove sta scritto la levata e il tramonto delle costellazioni. Soffitto della sala del sarcofago della tomba di Ramses IX.

Due tavole da riunirsi in una: vasta rappresentanza della dea Netpe,  immagine simbolica del cielo, ove sta scritto la levata e il tramonto delle costellazioni. Soffitto della sala del sarcofago della tomba di Ramses IX.

Due tavole da riunirsi in una: vasta rappresentanza della dea Netpe, immagine simbolica del cielo, ove sta scritto la levata e il tramonto delle costellazioni. Soffitto della sala del sarcofago della tomba di Ramses IX.

Due tavole da riunirsi in una: vasta rappresentanza della dea Netpe, immagine simbolica del cielo, ove sta scritto la levata e il tramonto delle costellazioni. Soffitto della sala del sarcofago della tomba di Ramses IX.

Dal tempio di Dandur) 1. Due oblatori di animali vivi. 2. Offerta ad Iside dei tempi di Augusto. - (Dal tempio di Kalabscieh) Iside e lo spirito di Osiride.- Il re sotto le forme di Phrê fa offerta a Harsiesi, e ad altre due forme di Horus: epoca romana.

Dal tempio di Dandur) 1. Due oblatori di animali vivi. 2. Offerta ad Iside dei tempi di Augusto. - (Dal tempio di Kalabscieh) Iside e lo spirito di Osiride.- Il re sotto le forme di Phrê fa offerta a Harsiesi, e ad altre due forme di Horus: epoca romana.

[Insetto ; Due donne.]

[Insetto ; Due donne.]

Costa d'Africa; Forta Marabut; Due vedute d'Alessandria.

Costa d'Africa; Forta Marabut; Due vedute d'Alessandria.

L'ichneumone; Due monaci cofti, e malem Jacob; Tre monaci cofti, due scieh arabi, il scieh di Chaabbas Ammers.

L'ichneumone; Due monaci cofti, e malem Jacob; Tre monaci cofti, due scieh arabi, il scieh di Chaabbas Ammers.

Due, [Blank] - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Due, [Blank] - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Due uomini che attendono alla pelature di un maiale (Farnese)

Due uomini che attendono alla pelature di un maiale (Farnese)

Due, James - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi Fifteenth Infantry, C-D

Due, James - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi Fifteenth Infantry, C-D

"Due process of law" / Ehrhart.

"Due process of law" / Ehrhart.

Due, William G - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi Thirty-eighth Cavalry, D-H

Due, William G - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi Thirty-eighth Cavalry, D-H

Due, Thomas B - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi Thirty-eighth Cavalry, D-H

Due, Thomas B - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi Thirty-eighth Cavalry, D-H

"Due process of law" / Will Crawford.

"Due process of law" / Will Crawford.

Airplanes - Accidents - Due to poor landing, Cadet J.L. Sutherland broke both lower wings and landing gear. Love Field, Texas. D.M.A

Airplanes - Accidents - Due to poor landing, Cadet J.L. Sutherland broke both lower wings and landing gear. Love Field, Texas. D.M.A

Due to the failure of congress to appropriate money for public pools in Washington ...

Due to the failure of congress to appropriate money for public pools in Washington ...

Photographs of Police Standing Guard at the Entrance to the World Exchange Bank in New York City after it Closed Due to a Run on It

Photographs of Police Standing Guard at the Entrance to the World Exchange Bank in New York City after it Closed Due to a Run on It

Photograph of Supreme Court Exhibit Case 5, Due Process of Laws

Photograph of Supreme Court Exhibit Case 5, Due Process of Laws

Reporters scramble for crop reports, Washington, D.C., October 10. Due to a premature leak of information from the drop report of the government several years ago, the Federal Crop Reporting Board has a system to prevent premature information which might influence the stock market. The reports are laid on a table a few yards away from the newsapermen who are held off by a rope. At a given signal, the rope is dropped and the reporters rush to the table, pick up the reports, and make another rush. This time to the phones to phone their papers. The photograph shows some of the reporters after the rope was dropped

Reporters scramble for crop reports, Washington, D.C., October 10. Due to a premature leak of information from the drop report of the government several years ago, the Federal Crop Reporting Board has a system to prevent premature information which might influence the stock market. The reports are laid on a table a few yards away from the newsapermen who are held off by a rope. At a given signal, the rope is dropped and the reporters rush to the table, pick up the reports, and make another rush. This time to the phones to phone their papers. The photograph shows some of the reporters after the rope was dropped

Hoisting bundles of sugarcane into boxcars near Delcambre, Louisiana. Due to difficulty in getting boxcars farmers had to wait for two or three days with loaded wagons. Sucrose content of cane was decreasing steadily

Hoisting bundles of sugarcane into boxcars near Delcambre, Louisiana. Due to difficulty in getting boxcars farmers had to wait for two or three days with loaded wagons. Sucrose content of cane was decreasing steadily

Switch lights in Santa Fe R.R. yards, Los Angeles, Calif. Due to blackout regulations all such lights are hooded. Santa Fe R.R. trip

Switch lights in Santa Fe R.R. yards, Los Angeles, Calif. Due to blackout regulations all such lights are hooded. Santa Fe R.R. trip

Activity in the Santa Fe R.R. yard, Los Angeles, Calif. Due to blackout regulations, flood lights, switch lights, locomotive headlights and lights on the bridge in background have been shaded to cast light downward. Broad streaks of light are caused by paths of locomotive headlights, thin wavy lines by lamps of switchmen working in the yard. Santa Fe R.R. trip

Activity in the Santa Fe R.R. yard, Los Angeles, Calif. Due to blackout regulations, flood lights, switch lights, locomotive headlights and lights on the bridge in background have been shaded to cast light downward. Broad streaks of light are caused by paths of locomotive headlights, thin wavy lines by lamps of switchmen working in the yard. Santa Fe R.R. trip

A Spanish-American village in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains dating back to 1700 which was once a sheep raising center, Trampas, Taos County, New Mexico. Due to the over-grazing and loss of range title, its inhabitants now work as migratory labor and at subsistence farming

A Spanish-American village in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains dating back to 1700 which was once a sheep raising center, Trampas, Taos County, New Mexico. Due to the over-grazing and loss of range title, its inhabitants now work as migratory labor and at subsistence farming

Trampas, Taos County, New Mexico, a Spanish-American village in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains dating back to 1700 which was once a sheep raising center. Due to overgrazing and loss of range title, its inhabitants now work as migratory labor and at subsistence farming

Trampas, Taos County, New Mexico, a Spanish-American village in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains dating back to 1700 which was once a sheep raising center. Due to overgrazing and loss of range title, its inhabitants now work as migratory labor and at subsistence farming

Trampas, Taos County, New Mexico. A Spanish-American village in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains dating back to 1700 which was once a sheep raising center. Due to overgrazing and loss of range title, its inhabitants now work as migratory labor and at subsistence farming

Trampas, Taos County, New Mexico. A Spanish-American village in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains dating back to 1700 which was once a sheep raising center. Due to overgrazing and loss of range title, its inhabitants now work as migratory labor and at subsistence farming

Trampas, Taos County, New Mexico. A Spanish-American village in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains dating back to 1700 which was once a sheep raising center. Due to overgrazing and loss of the range title, its inhabitants now work as migratory labor and at subsistence farming

Trampas, Taos County, New Mexico. A Spanish-American village in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains dating back to 1700 which was once a sheep raising center. Due to overgrazing and loss of the range title, its inhabitants now work as migratory labor and at subsistence farming

Trampas, Taos County, New Mexico. A Spanish-American village in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains dating back to 1700 which was once a sheep raising center. Due to the overgrazing and loss of range title, its inhabitants now work as migratory labor and at subsistence farming

Trampas, Taos County, New Mexico. A Spanish-American village in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains dating back to 1700 which was once a sheep raising center. Due to the overgrazing and loss of range title, its inhabitants now work as migratory labor and at subsistence farming

Trampas, Taos County, New Mexico. A Spanish-American village in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains dating back to 1700 which was once a sheep raising center. Due to overgrazing and loss of range title, its inhabitants now work as migratory labor and at subsistence farming

Trampas, Taos County, New Mexico. A Spanish-American village in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains dating back to 1700 which was once a sheep raising center. Due to overgrazing and loss of range title, its inhabitants now work as migratory labor and at subsistence farming

Trampas, Taos County, New Mexico. A Spanish-American village in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo mountains dating back to 1700 which was once a sheep raising center. Due to overgrazing and loss of the range title, its inhabitants now work as migratory labor and at subsistence farming

Trampas, Taos County, New Mexico. A Spanish-American village in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo mountains dating back to 1700 which was once a sheep raising center. Due to overgrazing and loss of the range title, its inhabitants now work as migratory labor and at subsistence farming

Trampas, Taos County, New Mexico. A Spanish-American village in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains dating back to 1700 which was once a sheep raising center. Due to overgrazing and loss of range title, its inhabitants now work as migratory labor and subsistence farming

Trampas, Taos County, New Mexico. A Spanish-American village in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains dating back to 1700 which was once a sheep raising center. Due to overgrazing and loss of range title, its inhabitants now work as migratory labor and subsistence farming

Trampas, Taos County, New Mexico. A Spanish-American village in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains dating back to 1700 which was once a sheep raising center. Due to the overgrazing and loss of range title, its inhabitants now work as migratory labor and at subsistence farming

Trampas, Taos County, New Mexico. A Spanish-American village in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains dating back to 1700 which was once a sheep raising center. Due to the overgrazing and loss of range title, its inhabitants now work as migratory labor and at subsistence farming

Trampas, Taos County, New Mexico. A Spanish-American village in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains dating back to 1700 which was once a sheep raising center. Due to overgrazing and loss of range title, its inhabitants now work as migratory labor and at subsistence farming

Trampas, Taos County, New Mexico. A Spanish-American village in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains dating back to 1700 which was once a sheep raising center. Due to overgrazing and loss of range title, its inhabitants now work as migratory labor and at subsistence farming

Trampas, Taos County, New Mexico. A Spanish-American village in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains dating back to 1700 which was once a sheep raising center. Due to the overgrazing and loss of range title, its inhabitants now work as migratory labor and at subsistence farming

Trampas, Taos County, New Mexico. A Spanish-American village in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains dating back to 1700 which was once a sheep raising center. Due to the overgrazing and loss of range title, its inhabitants now work as migratory labor and at subsistence farming

A Spanish-American village in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains dating back to 1700 which was once a sheep-raising center. Due to overgrazing and loss of range title, its inhabitants now work as migratory labor and at subsistence farming

A Spanish-American village in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains dating back to 1700 which was once a sheep-raising center. Due to overgrazing and loss of range title, its inhabitants now work as migratory labor and at subsistence farming

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Due to the war the janitor is a girl at the W. Atlee Burpee Company, seed dealer

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Due to the war the janitor is a girl at the W. Atlee Burpee Company, seed dealer

A Spanish-American village in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains dating back to 1700 which was once a sheep-raising center. Due to overgrazing and loss of range title, its inhabitants now work as migratory labor and at subsistence farming

A Spanish-American village in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains dating back to 1700 which was once a sheep-raising center. Due to overgrazing and loss of range title, its inhabitants now work as migratory labor and at subsistence farming

Trampas, Taos County, New Mexico. A Spanish-American village in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains dating back to 1700 which was once a sheep raising center. Due to overgrazing and loss of range title, its inhabitants now work as migratory labor and at subsistence farming

Trampas, Taos County, New Mexico. A Spanish-American village in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains dating back to 1700 which was once a sheep raising center. Due to overgrazing and loss of range title, its inhabitants now work as migratory labor and at subsistence farming

Trampas, Taos County, New Mexico. A Spanish-American village in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains dating back to 1700 which was once a sheep raising center. Due to overgrazing and loss of range title, its inhabitants now work as migratory labor and at subsistence farming

Trampas, Taos County, New Mexico. A Spanish-American village in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains dating back to 1700 which was once a sheep raising center. Due to overgrazing and loss of range title, its inhabitants now work as migratory labor and at subsistence farming

Trampas, Taos County, New Mexico. A Spanish-American village in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains dating back to 1700 which was once a sheep raising center. Due to the overgrazing and loss of range title, its inhabitants now work as migratory labor and at subsistence farming. Trampas church in center

Trampas, Taos County, New Mexico. A Spanish-American village in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains dating back to 1700 which was once a sheep raising center. Due to the overgrazing and loss of range title, its inhabitants now work as migratory labor and at subsistence farming. Trampas church in center

Trampas, Taos County, New Mexico. A Spanish-American village in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo mountains dating back to 1700 which was once a sheep-raising center. Due to overgrazing and loss of range title, its inhabitants now work as migratory labor and at subsistence farming

Trampas, Taos County, New Mexico. A Spanish-American village in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo mountains dating back to 1700 which was once a sheep-raising center. Due to overgrazing and loss of range title, its inhabitants now work as migratory labor and at subsistence farming

Needles, California. Due to the inability to handle the great crowds on the trains, and because of the labor shortage, the restaurant of the Harvey House at the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad yard serves only railroad employees

Needles, California. Due to the inability to handle the great crowds on the trains, and because of the labor shortage, the restaurant of the Harvey House at the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad yard serves only railroad employees

The cockpit and instrument panel of the AD-1 aircraft. Due to the small size of the AD-1, instrumentation was limited and the cockpit was cramped. E79-36067

The cockpit and instrument panel of the AD-1 aircraft. Due to the small size of the AD-1, instrumentation was limited and the cockpit was cramped. E79-36067

A crewman studies in the mess deck area aboard the Los Angeles class nuclear-powered attack submarine USS LA JOLLA (SSN-701). Due to limited space the mess deck area also serves as a lounge and movie theater

A crewman studies in the mess deck area aboard the Los Angeles class nuclear-powered attack submarine USS LA JOLLA (SSN-701). Due to limited space the mess deck area also serves as a lounge and movie theater

Crewmen studying in the mess deck are aboard the Los Angeles class nuclear-powered attack submarine USS LA JOLLA (SSN-701). Due to limited space the mess deck area also serves as a lounge and movie theater

Crewmen studying in the mess deck are aboard the Los Angeles class nuclear-powered attack submarine USS LA JOLLA (SSN-701). Due to limited space the mess deck area also serves as a lounge and movie theater

An exterior view of the new hospital under construction. Due to be completed in March of 1994, the hospital will be shared by the Veterans Administration and provide space for 129 beds

An exterior view of the new hospital under construction. Due to be completed in March of 1994, the hospital will be shared by the Veterans Administration and provide space for 129 beds

A 40-K loader is used for night off-loading of a C-5 Galaxy cargo aircraft. Due to heavy commercial air traffic during the day, the Tactical Airlift Control Squadron started night operations to support this United Nations peacekeeping operation

A 40-K loader is used for night off-loading of a C-5 Galaxy cargo aircraft. Due to heavy commercial air traffic during the day, the Tactical Airlift Control Squadron started night operations to support this United Nations peacekeeping operation

Due to the flooding of the Sava River a pontoon bridge was constructed to make crossing possible between Croatia and Bosnia

Due to the flooding of the Sava River a pontoon bridge was constructed to make crossing possible between Croatia and Bosnia

SSGT Borgman and TSGT Elliott, Charleston AFB, S.C., assist in greeting passengers as part of the Non-Combatant evacuation. Due to intense threat of terrorist activity in the Middle East, non-essential personnel were evacuated from Saudi Arabia, and repatriated at Charleston AFB, S.C

SSGT Borgman and TSGT Elliott, Charleston AFB, S.C., assist in greeting passengers as part of the Non-Combatant evacuation. Due to intense threat of terrorist activity in the Middle East, non-essential personnel were evacuated from Saudi Arabia, and repatriated at Charleston AFB, S.C

Due to the high threat of terrorist activity in the Middle East, non-essentials dependent and civilians of all ages were evacuated from Saudi Arabia to Charleston AFB, where they were repatriated

Due to the high threat of terrorist activity in the Middle East, non-essentials dependent and civilians of all ages were evacuated from Saudi Arabia to Charleston AFB, where they were repatriated

An A-10A "Warthog" of the 74th Fighter Squadron/23rd Wing is backed into a hangar for protection from Hurricane Fran. Due to maintenance problems the aircraft could not be flown out of Pope

An A-10A "Warthog" of the 74th Fighter Squadron/23rd Wing is backed into a hangar for protection from Hurricane Fran. Due to maintenance problems the aircraft could not be flown out of Pope

Brigadier General Kenneth Hess, Commander of Grand Forks AFB, North Dakota, talks with Red Cross President Elizabeth Dole, during her visit to the shelters of the flood victims. Due to extensive flooding in the city of Grand Forks, nearly 3,000 residents were forced to evacuate their homes and are temporarily housed at hangers at the base

Brigadier General Kenneth Hess, Commander of Grand Forks AFB, North Dakota, talks with Red Cross President Elizabeth Dole, during her visit to the shelters of the flood victims. Due to extensive flooding in the city of Grand Forks, nearly 3,000 residents were forced to evacuate their homes and are temporarily housed at hangers at the base

Technical Sergeant Brad Shoulders of the 319th Civil Engineer Squadron/Fire Department supplies Grand Forks AFB, North Dakota, with its one-millionth gallon of water. Due to the flooding of the Red River, the base has had a severe shortage of fresh potable water

Technical Sergeant Brad Shoulders of the 319th Civil Engineer Squadron/Fire Department supplies Grand Forks AFB, North Dakota, with its one-millionth gallon of water. Due to the flooding of the Red River, the base has had a severe shortage of fresh potable water

Technical Sergeant Brad Shoulders of the 319th Civil Engineer Squadron/Fire Department supplies Grand Forks AFB, North Dakota, with its one-millionth gallon of water. Due to the flooding of the Red River, the base has had a severe shortage of fresh potable water

Technical Sergeant Brad Shoulders of the 319th Civil Engineer Squadron/Fire Department supplies Grand Forks AFB, North Dakota, with its one-millionth gallon of water. Due to the flooding of the Red River, the base has had a severe shortage of fresh potable water

Due to severe drop off in some areas, A-10 recovery team members use rescue lines to safely descend the rock faces

Due to severe drop off in some areas, A-10 recovery team members use rescue lines to safely descend the rock faces

The Kumaka Regional Hospital that services Amer-Indians living in isolated and remote villages in the Guyana rain forests. Due to lack of funding, the hospital has received little maintenance, and its damaged solar power supply remained inoperable for several years, leaving the doctors to practice with only limited generator power. The hospital was selected for renovation during this first combined humanitarian and civic assistance exercise conducted between the United States and Guyana. Military personnel from the Air Force, Air Force Reserve and National Guard, Army, Army National Guard and Marine Corps participated in the exercise which included engineering and medical readiness training

The Kumaka Regional Hospital that services Amer-Indians living in isolated and remote villages in the Guyana rain forests. Due to lack of funding, the hospital has received little maintenance, and its damaged solar power supply remained inoperable for several years, leaving the doctors to practice with only limited generator power. The hospital was selected for renovation during this first combined humanitarian and civic assistance exercise conducted between the United States and Guyana. Military personnel from the Air Force, Air Force Reserve and National Guard, Army, Army National Guard and Marine Corps participated in the exercise which included engineering and medical readiness training

Due to the high winds at the upper helicopter landing site, MSGT Mark Ledford (left), the A-10 representative, and 1LT Eric J. Soto, Accident Investigation Board member, carefully descend from the lower debris field to another landing site where the winds are calmer and a pickup by a helicopter is possible

Due to the high winds at the upper helicopter landing site, MSGT Mark Ledford (left), the A-10 representative, and 1LT Eric J. Soto, Accident Investigation Board member, carefully descend from the lower debris field to another landing site where the winds are calmer and a pickup by a helicopter is possible

A pilot from Helicopter Antisubmarine Squadron Light 37 (HSL-37) takes a moment to get some chow provided by the ships galley off the USS REUBEN JAMES (FFG 57) while in flight off the coast of Peru. Due to mission requirements, he and his crew have been flying training exercises throughout the day and have had no opportunity to take a lunch break. The ship and crew are en route to Exercise TEAMWORK SOUTH '99. Reuben James will be conducting bilateral operations with the Chilean navy

A pilot from Helicopter Antisubmarine Squadron Light 37 (HSL-37) takes a moment to get some chow provided by the ships galley off the USS REUBEN JAMES (FFG 57) while in flight off the coast of Peru. Due to mission requirements, he and his crew have been flying training exercises throughout the day and have had no opportunity to take a lunch break. The ship and crew are en route to Exercise TEAMWORK SOUTH '99. Reuben James will be conducting bilateral operations with the Chilean navy

A deck-hand from USS REUBEN JAMES (FFG 57) prepares to shoot a line to a Peruvian navy vessel during a training operation off the coast of Peru. Reuben James was en route to Exercise TEAMWORK SOUTH '99. Due to high seas, the shot line evolution pictured here was cancelled. Reuben James will be conducting bilateral operations with the Chilean navy

A deck-hand from USS REUBEN JAMES (FFG 57) prepares to shoot a line to a Peruvian navy vessel during a training operation off the coast of Peru. Reuben James was en route to Exercise TEAMWORK SOUTH '99. Due to high seas, the shot line evolution pictured here was cancelled. Reuben James will be conducting bilateral operations with the Chilean navy

US Air Force Technical Sergeant Kenneth Holmes drives a 25K loader to the cargo ramp of a C-141C Starlifter aircraft, while USAF SENIOR AIRMAN Michael Waye watches clearances on the opposite side. As part of Project Trans-Am, this U.S. Air Force Reserve aerial port team moved $100,000 dollars worth of excess war reserve medical supplies onto a C-141C of the 89th Airlift Squadron, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. The pallets of supplies were flown from Shaw Air Force Base, North Carolina, to Grissom Air Reserve Force, Indiana. Due to resizing, surplus medical supplies were donated to native North American-Indian communities. They will identify what they need from an inventory list...

US Air Force Technical Sergeant Kenneth Holmes drives a 25K loader to the cargo ramp of a C-141C Starlifter aircraft, while USAF SENIOR AIRMAN Michael Waye watches clearances on the opposite side. As part of Project Trans-Am, this U.S. Air Force Reserve aerial port team moved $100,000 dollars worth of excess war reserve medical supplies onto a C-141C of the 89th Airlift Squadron, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. The pallets of supplies were flown from Shaw Air Force Base, North Carolina, to Grissom Air Reserve Force, Indiana. Due to resizing, surplus medical supplies were donated to native North American-Indian communities. They will identify what they need from an inventory list...

US Air Force Technical Sergeant Kenneth Holmes keeps an eye on the pallet his team is pushing onto a 25K loader. As part of Project Trans-Am, this US Air Force Reserve aerial port team moved $100,000 dollars worth of excess war reserve medical supplies onto a C-141C Starlifter aircraft from the 89th Airlift Squadron, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. The pallets of supplies were flown from Shaw Air Force Base, North Carolina, to Grissom Air Reserve Force, Indiana. Due to resizing, surplus medical supplies were donated to native North American-Indian communities. They will identify what they need from an inventory list. Then the supplies from the pallets will be repackaged and ...

US Air Force Technical Sergeant Kenneth Holmes keeps an eye on the pallet his team is pushing onto a 25K loader. As part of Project Trans-Am, this US Air Force Reserve aerial port team moved $100,000 dollars worth of excess war reserve medical supplies onto a C-141C Starlifter aircraft from the 89th Airlift Squadron, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. The pallets of supplies were flown from Shaw Air Force Base, North Carolina, to Grissom Air Reserve Force, Indiana. Due to resizing, surplus medical supplies were donated to native North American-Indian communities. They will identify what they need from an inventory list. Then the supplies from the pallets will be repackaged and ...

US Air Force Technical Sergeant Kenneth Holmes keeps an eye on the pallet his team is pushing onto a 25K loader. As part of Project Trans-Am, this US Air Force Reserve aerial port team moved $100,000 dollars worth of excess war reserve medical supplies onto a C-141C Starlifter aircraft from the 89th Airlift Squadron, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. The pallets of supplies were flown from Shaw Air Force Base, North Carolina, to Grissom Air Reserve Force, Indiana. Due to resizing, surplus medical supplies were donated to native North American-Indian communities. They will identify what they need from an inventory list. Then the supplies from the pallets will be repackaged and ...

US Air Force Technical Sergeant Kenneth Holmes keeps an eye on the pallet his team is pushing onto a 25K loader. As part of Project Trans-Am, this US Air Force Reserve aerial port team moved $100,000 dollars worth of excess war reserve medical supplies onto a C-141C Starlifter aircraft from the 89th Airlift Squadron, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. The pallets of supplies were flown from Shaw Air Force Base, North Carolina, to Grissom Air Reserve Force, Indiana. Due to resizing, surplus medical supplies were donated to native North American-Indian communities. They will identify what they need from an inventory list. Then the supplies from the pallets will be repackaged and ...

US Air Force Technical Sergeant Kenneth Holmes keeps an eye on the pallet his team is pushing onto a 25K loader. As part of Project Trans-Am, this US Air Force Reserve aerial port team moved $100,000 dollars worth of excess war reserve medical supplies onto a C-141C Starlifter aircraft from the 89th Airlift Squadron, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. The pallets of supplies were flown from Shaw Air Force Base, North Carolina, to Grissom Air Reserve Force, Indiana. Due to resizing, surplus medical supplies were donated to native North American-Indian communities. They will identify what they need from an inventory list. Then the supplies from the pallets will be repackaged and ...

US Air Force Technical Sergeant Kenneth Holmes keeps an eye on the pallet his team is pushing onto a 25K loader. As part of Project Trans-Am, this US Air Force Reserve aerial port team moved $100,000 dollars worth of excess war reserve medical supplies onto a C-141C Starlifter aircraft from the 89th Airlift Squadron, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. The pallets of supplies were flown from Shaw Air Force Base, North Carolina, to Grissom Air Reserve Force, Indiana. Due to resizing, surplus medical supplies were donated to native North American-Indian communities. They will identify what they need from an inventory list. Then the supplies from the pallets will be repackaged and ...

NASA/EDWARDS AFB, CALIF. -- With its drag chute deployed, Endeavour lands on runway 22 at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., at 12:10:42 p.m. EDT after a mission of 11 days, 12 hours, 54 minutes to the International Space Station on mission STS-100. The orbiter and its crew of seven logged about 4.9 million statute miles in 186 orbits. Due to unfavorable weather conditions, landing at KSC was waved off. The landing marked the third consecutive landing at EAFB. KSC-01PP0948

NASA/EDWARDS AFB, CALIF. -- With its drag chute deployed, Endeavour lands on runway 22 at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., at 12:10:42 p.m. EDT after a mission of 11 days, 12 hours, 54 minutes to the International Space Station on mission STS-100. The orbiter and its crew of seven logged about 4.9 million statute miles in 186 orbits. Due to unfavorable weather conditions, landing at KSC was waved off. The landing marked the third consecutive landing at EAFB. KSC-01PP0948

NASA/EDWARDS AFB, CALIF. -- Endeavour’s rear wheels touch down on runway 22 at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., after the 11-day, 12-hour, 54-minute mission STS-100 to the International Space Station. Landing time was 12:10:42 p.m. EDT. The orbiter and its crew of seven logged about 4.9 million statute miles in 186 orbits. Due to unfavorable weather conditions, landing at KSC was waved off. The landing marked the third consecutive landing at EAFB. KSC-01PP0949

NASA/EDWARDS AFB, CALIF. -- Endeavour’s rear wheels touch down on runway 22 at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., after the 11-day, 12-hour, 54-minute mission STS-100 to the International Space Station. Landing time was 12:10:42 p.m. EDT. The orbiter and its crew of seven logged about 4.9 million statute miles in 186 orbits. Due to unfavorable weather conditions, landing at KSC was waved off. The landing marked the third consecutive landing at EAFB. KSC-01PP0949

Technical Sergeant Casis Agustin, 56th Aerial Port Squadron, marshals cargo from the 452nd Air Mobility Wing's C-141Starlifter. Due to repairs to the runway at Fairchild AFB, the 92d Air Refueling Wing has relocated their flying operations to March ARB

Technical Sergeant Casis Agustin, 56th Aerial Port Squadron, marshals cargo from the 452nd Air Mobility Wing's C-141Starlifter. Due to repairs to the runway at Fairchild AFB, the 92d Air Refueling Wing has relocated their flying operations to March ARB

Technical Sergeant Casis Agustin, 56th Aerial Port Squadron, marshals cargo from the 452nd Air Mobility Wing's C-141Starlifter. Due to repairs to the runway at Fairchild AFB, the 92d Air Refueling Wing has relocated their flying operations to March ARB

Technical Sergeant Casis Agustin, 56th Aerial Port Squadron, marshals cargo from the 452nd Air Mobility Wing's C-141Starlifter. Due to repairs to the runway at Fairchild AFB, the 92d Air Refueling Wing has relocated their flying operations to March ARB

A pair of KC-135R Stratotankers from Fairchild Air Force Base (AFB) sit tail to tail at their temporary home at March Air Reserve Base. Due to repairs to the runway at Fairchild AFB, the 92d Air Refueling Wing has relocated their flying operations to March ARB

A pair of KC-135R Stratotankers from Fairchild Air Force Base (AFB) sit tail to tail at their temporary home at March Air Reserve Base. Due to repairs to the runway at Fairchild AFB, the 92d Air Refueling Wing has relocated their flying operations to March ARB

Technical Sergeant Thomas Payton, 56th Aerial Port Squadron, unchains cargo coming from Fairchild Air Force Base (AFB), Washington, to March Air Reserve Base (ARB), California. Due to repairs to the runway at Fairchild AFB, the 92d Air Refueling Wing has relocated their flying operations to March ARB

Technical Sergeant Thomas Payton, 56th Aerial Port Squadron, unchains cargo coming from Fairchild Air Force Base (AFB), Washington, to March Air Reserve Base (ARB), California. Due to repairs to the runway at Fairchild AFB, the 92d Air Refueling Wing has relocated their flying operations to March ARB

Cargo coming from Fairchild Air Force Base (AFB), Washington is off-loaded from the 452nd Air Mobility Wing's C-141Starlifter. Due to repairs to the runway at Fairchild AFB, the 92d Air Refueling Wing has relocated their flying operations to March ARB

Cargo coming from Fairchild Air Force Base (AFB), Washington is off-loaded from the 452nd Air Mobility Wing's C-141Starlifter. Due to repairs to the runway at Fairchild AFB, the 92d Air Refueling Wing has relocated their flying operations to March ARB

Major Chuck Ruhl of the 92d Air Refueling Wing briefs aircrew members about local operations protocol at their deployed location of March Air Reserve Base, California. Due to flightline repairs on Fairchild Air Force Base, the 92d Air Refueling Wing has relocated operations to March Air Reserve Base

Major Chuck Ruhl of the 92d Air Refueling Wing briefs aircrew members about local operations protocol at their deployed location of March Air Reserve Base, California. Due to flightline repairs on Fairchild Air Force Base, the 92d Air Refueling Wing has relocated operations to March Air Reserve Base

SENIOR AIRMAN Tabitha Walker, USAF, checks AIRMAN Alex Hart's, identification at the parking lot entrance in front of Ramstein Officer Billeting, Ramstein AB, Germany, on September 12, 2001. Due to the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Centers Twin Towers in New York and at the Pentagon, increased force protection measures, such a vehicle searches and barricades are stepped up at military installations around the world

SENIOR AIRMAN Tabitha Walker, USAF, checks AIRMAN Alex Hart's, identification at the parking lot entrance in front of Ramstein Officer Billeting, Ramstein AB, Germany, on September 12, 2001. Due to the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Centers Twin Towers in New York and at the Pentagon, increased force protection measures, such a vehicle searches and barricades are stepped up at military installations around the world

Due to increased security, SENIOR AIRMAN (SRA) Derek Brockington, USAF, (right), 786th Communications Squadron, Ramstein Air Base, Germany, checks the bag of AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Natisha Royal, USAF, 86th Supply Squadron, Warner Robbins, Georgia, as she enters the Southside Post Office to check her mailbox. Security measures have increased at all military installations worldwide due to the terrorist attacks in the United States

Due to increased security, SENIOR AIRMAN (SRA) Derek Brockington, USAF, (right), 786th Communications Squadron, Ramstein Air Base, Germany, checks the bag of AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Natisha Royal, USAF, 86th Supply Squadron, Warner Robbins, Georgia, as she enters the Southside Post Office to check her mailbox. Security measures have increased at all military installations worldwide due to the terrorist attacks in the United States

Due to increased security, SENIOR AIRMAN (SRA) Derek Brockington, 786th Communications Squadron, Ramstein Air Base, Germany, checks the identification card of a 86th Airlift Wing member before he enters the Southside Post Office. Security measures have increased at all military installations worldwide due to the terrorist attacks in the United States

Due to increased security, SENIOR AIRMAN (SRA) Derek Brockington, 786th Communications Squadron, Ramstein Air Base, Germany, checks the identification card of a 86th Airlift Wing member before he enters the Southside Post Office. Security measures have increased at all military installations worldwide due to the terrorist attacks in the United States

An Egyptian military member finds refuge from the mid-day sun in the shade of one of the taxis allowed entrance to Cairo West Air Base. Due to dangerous driving conditions in Egypt, US military members participating in BRIGHT STAR 01/02 must be escorted on and off base via contracted taxis. BRIGHT STAR is a multinational exercise involving more than 74,000 troops from 44 countries that enhances regional stability and military-to-military cooperation between the US, key allies, and regional partners. It prepares US Central Command to rapidly deploy and employ the forces needed to deter aggressors and, if necessary, fight and win side-by-side with our allies and regional partners

An Egyptian military member finds refuge from the mid-day sun in the shade of one of the taxis allowed entrance to Cairo West Air Base. Due to dangerous driving conditions in Egypt, US military members participating in BRIGHT STAR 01/02 must be escorted on and off base via contracted taxis. BRIGHT STAR is a multinational exercise involving more than 74,000 troops from 44 countries that enhances regional stability and military-to-military cooperation between the US, key allies, and regional partners. It prepares US Central Command to rapidly deploy and employ the forces needed to deter aggressors and, if necessary, fight and win side-by-side with our allies and regional partners

As seen through a night vision lens, two F-15E Strike Eagles from the 494th Fighter Squadron, RAF Lakenheath, UK, taxi down runway for take off. Due to the extended periods of darkness during the winter months, the base shifted to night operations as of September 10th and will continue through March. F-15E Strike Eagles launch from RAF Lakenheath in the early evening and generally return around 1130PM (2330)

As seen through a night vision lens, two F-15E Strike Eagles from the 494th Fighter Squadron, RAF Lakenheath, UK, taxi down runway for take off. Due to the extended periods of darkness during the winter months, the base shifted to night operations as of September 10th and will continue through March. F-15E Strike Eagles launch from RAF Lakenheath in the early evening and generally return around 1130PM (2330)

Captain Doug Bartels, USAF, (left), pilot, and Captain Mark Ciero, USAF, (right), Weapons System Operator, 494th Fighter Squadron, RAF Lakenheath, UK, strap into an F-15E Strike Eagle prior to "Night Flight". The crewchief will double-check all straps before the canopy closes. Due to the extended periods of darkness during the winter months, the base shifted to night operations as of September 10th and will continue through March. F-15E Strike Eagles launch from RAF Lakenheath in the early evening and generally return around 1130PM (2330)

Captain Doug Bartels, USAF, (left), pilot, and Captain Mark Ciero, USAF, (right), Weapons System Operator, 494th Fighter Squadron, RAF Lakenheath, UK, strap into an F-15E Strike Eagle prior to "Night Flight". The crewchief will double-check all straps before the canopy closes. Due to the extended periods of darkness during the winter months, the base shifted to night operations as of September 10th and will continue through March. F-15E Strike Eagles launch from RAF Lakenheath in the early evening and generally return around 1130PM (2330)

As seen through a night vision lens the F-15E Strike Eagle piloted by Captain Doug Bartels, USAF, and Captain Mark Ciero, USAF, Weapons System Operator, 494th Fighter Squadron, RAF Lakenheath, UK, taxies away toward the runway for take off. Due to the extended periods of darkness during the winter months, the base shifted to night operations as of September 10th and will continue through March. F-15E Strike Eagles launch from RAF Lakenheath in the early evening and generally return around 1130 PM (2330)

As seen through a night vision lens the F-15E Strike Eagle piloted by Captain Doug Bartels, USAF, and Captain Mark Ciero, USAF, Weapons System Operator, 494th Fighter Squadron, RAF Lakenheath, UK, taxies away toward the runway for take off. Due to the extended periods of darkness during the winter months, the base shifted to night operations as of September 10th and will continue through March. F-15E Strike Eagles launch from RAF Lakenheath in the early evening and generally return around 1130 PM (2330)

As seen through a night vision lens the F-15E Strike Eagle piloted by Captain Doug Bartels, USAF, and Captain Mark Ciero, USAF, Weapons System Operator, 494th Fighter Squadron, RAF Lakenheath, UK, prepares to taxi for take off. Due to the extended periods of darkness during the winter months, the base shifted to night operations as of September 10th and will continue through March. F-15E Strike Eagles launch from RAF Lakenheath in the early evening and generally return around 1130PM (2330)

As seen through a night vision lens the F-15E Strike Eagle piloted by Captain Doug Bartels, USAF, and Captain Mark Ciero, USAF, Weapons System Operator, 494th Fighter Squadron, RAF Lakenheath, UK, prepares to taxi for take off. Due to the extended periods of darkness during the winter months, the base shifted to night operations as of September 10th and will continue through March. F-15E Strike Eagles launch from RAF Lakenheath in the early evening and generally return around 1130PM (2330)

As seen through a night vision lens, a crewchief from the 494th Fighter Squadron, Royal Air Force Lakenheath, United Kingdom performs an end of runway (EOR) check on an F-15E Strike Eagle prior to releasing it for take off. Due to the extended periods of darkness during the winter months, the base shifted to night operations as of September 10th and will continue through March. F-15E Strike Eagles launch from RAF Lakenheath in the early evening and generally return around 1130PM (2330)

As seen through a night vision lens, a crewchief from the 494th Fighter Squadron, Royal Air Force Lakenheath, United Kingdom performs an end of runway (EOR) check on an F-15E Strike Eagle prior to releasing it for take off. Due to the extended periods of darkness during the winter months, the base shifted to night operations as of September 10th and will continue through March. F-15E Strike Eagles launch from RAF Lakenheath in the early evening and generally return around 1130PM (2330)

As seen through a night vision lens, Captain Doug Bartels, USAF, 494th Fighter Squadron, RAF Lakenheath, UK, goes over a final check as he prepares for take off in an F-15E Strike Eagle. Due to the extended periods of darkness during the winter months, the base shifted to night operations as of September 10th and will continue through March. F-15E Strike Eagles launch from RAF Lakenheath in the early evening and generally return around 1130PM (2330)

As seen through a night vision lens, Captain Doug Bartels, USAF, 494th Fighter Squadron, RAF Lakenheath, UK, goes over a final check as he prepares for take off in an F-15E Strike Eagle. Due to the extended periods of darkness during the winter months, the base shifted to night operations as of September 10th and will continue through March. F-15E Strike Eagles launch from RAF Lakenheath in the early evening and generally return around 1130PM (2330)

As seen through a night vision lens, a crewchief from the 494th Fighter Squadron, Royal Air Force Lakenheath, United Kingdom performs an end of runway (EOR) check on an F-15E Strike Eagle prior to releasing it for take off. Due to the extended periods of darkness during the winter months, the base shifted to night operations as of September 10th and will continue through March. F-15E Strike Eagles launch from RAF Lakenheath in the early evening and generally return around 1130PM (2330)

As seen through a night vision lens, a crewchief from the 494th Fighter Squadron, Royal Air Force Lakenheath, United Kingdom performs an end of runway (EOR) check on an F-15E Strike Eagle prior to releasing it for take off. Due to the extended periods of darkness during the winter months, the base shifted to night operations as of September 10th and will continue through March. F-15E Strike Eagles launch from RAF Lakenheath in the early evening and generally return around 1130PM (2330)

As seen through a night vision lens the F-15E Strike Eagle piloted by Captain Doug Bartels, USAF, and Captain Mark Ciero, USAF, Weapons System Operator, 494th Fighter Squadron, RAF Lakenheath, UK, prepares to taxi for take off. Due to the extended periods of darkness during the winter months, the base shifted to night operations as of September 10th and will continue through March. F-15E Strike Eagles launch from RAF Lakenheath in the early evening and generally return around 1130PM (2330)

As seen through a night vision lens the F-15E Strike Eagle piloted by Captain Doug Bartels, USAF, and Captain Mark Ciero, USAF, Weapons System Operator, 494th Fighter Squadron, RAF Lakenheath, UK, prepares to taxi for take off. Due to the extended periods of darkness during the winter months, the base shifted to night operations as of September 10th and will continue through March. F-15E Strike Eagles launch from RAF Lakenheath in the early evening and generally return around 1130PM (2330)

Captain Doug Bartels, USAF, pilot, 494th Fighter Squadron, RAF Lakenheath, UK, runs through a preflight checklist prior to night operations. Due to the extended periods of darkness during the winter months, the base shifted to night operations on September 10th and will continue through March. F-15E Strike Eagles launch from RAF Lakenheath in the early evening and generally return around 1130PM (2330)

Captain Doug Bartels, USAF, pilot, 494th Fighter Squadron, RAF Lakenheath, UK, runs through a preflight checklist prior to night operations. Due to the extended periods of darkness during the winter months, the base shifted to night operations on September 10th and will continue through March. F-15E Strike Eagles launch from RAF Lakenheath in the early evening and generally return around 1130PM (2330)

As seen through a night vision lens, Captain Doug Bartels, USAF, (left), pilot and Captain Mark Ciero, USAF, a Weapons System Operator (WSO), 494th Fighter Squadron, RAF Lakenheath, UK, prepare to taxi out for a night operation. Due to the extended periods of darkness during the winter months, the base shifted to night operations as of September 10th and will continue through March. F-15E Strike Eagles launch from RAF Lakenheath in the early evening and generally return around 1130PM (2330)

As seen through a night vision lens, Captain Doug Bartels, USAF, (left), pilot and Captain Mark Ciero, USAF, a Weapons System Operator (WSO), 494th Fighter Squadron, RAF Lakenheath, UK, prepare to taxi out for a night operation. Due to the extended periods of darkness during the winter months, the base shifted to night operations as of September 10th and will continue through March. F-15E Strike Eagles launch from RAF Lakenheath in the early evening and generally return around 1130PM (2330)

As seen through a night vision lens, Captain Doug Bartels, USAF, pilot 494th Fighter Squadron, RAF Lakenheath, UK, prepares for take off in an F-15E Strike Eagle. Due to the extended periods of darkness during the winter months, the base shifted to night operations as of September 10th and will continue through March. F-15E Strike Eagles launch from RAF Lakenheath in the early evening and generally return around 1130PM (2330)

As seen through a night vision lens, Captain Doug Bartels, USAF, pilot 494th Fighter Squadron, RAF Lakenheath, UK, prepares for take off in an F-15E Strike Eagle. Due to the extended periods of darkness during the winter months, the base shifted to night operations as of September 10th and will continue through March. F-15E Strike Eagles launch from RAF Lakenheath in the early evening and generally return around 1130PM (2330)

As seen through a night vision lens the F-15E Strike Eagle piloted by Captain Doug Bartels, USAF, and Captain Mark Ciero, USAF, Weapons System Operator, 494th Fighter Squadron, RAF Lakenheath, UK, prepares to taxi for take off. Due to the extended periods of darkness during the winter months, the base shifted to night operations as of September 10th and will continue through March. F-15E Strike Eagles launch from RAF Lakenheath in the early evening and generally return around 1130PM (2330)

As seen through a night vision lens the F-15E Strike Eagle piloted by Captain Doug Bartels, USAF, and Captain Mark Ciero, USAF, Weapons System Operator, 494th Fighter Squadron, RAF Lakenheath, UK, prepares to taxi for take off. Due to the extended periods of darkness during the winter months, the base shifted to night operations as of September 10th and will continue through March. F-15E Strike Eagles launch from RAF Lakenheath in the early evening and generally return around 1130PM (2330)

As seen through a night vision lens, a crewchief from the 494th Fighter Squadron, Royal Air Force Lakenheath, United Kingdom performs an end of runway (EOR) check on an F-15E Strike Eagle prior to releasing it for take off. Due to the extended periods of darkness during the winter months, the base shifted to night operations as of September 10th and will continue through March. F-15E Strike Eagles launch from RAF Lakenheath in the early evening and generally return around 1130PM (2330)

As seen through a night vision lens, a crewchief from the 494th Fighter Squadron, Royal Air Force Lakenheath, United Kingdom performs an end of runway (EOR) check on an F-15E Strike Eagle prior to releasing it for take off. Due to the extended periods of darkness during the winter months, the base shifted to night operations as of September 10th and will continue through March. F-15E Strike Eagles launch from RAF Lakenheath in the early evening and generally return around 1130PM (2330)

CHIEF MASTER Sergeant (CMSGT), Manuel Solis, USAF, 100th Security Forces Squadron, Royal Air Force (RAF) Mildenhall, UK dodges tacklers in the Turkey Bowl flag football game held at Ford Park. Due to recent world events the regular flag football season was cancelled. The 100th Services Squadron at RAF Mildenhall came up with a tournament to give the players an opportunity to participate. The 100th Security Forces Squadron beat the 100th Maintenance Squadron 13-0, in the tournamentschampionship game known as the Turkey Bowl

CHIEF MASTER Sergeant (CMSGT), Manuel Solis, USAF, 100th Security Forces Squadron, Royal Air Force (RAF) Mildenhall, UK dodges tacklers in the Turkey Bowl flag football game held at Ford Park. Due to recent world events the regular flag football season was cancelled. The 100th Services Squadron at RAF Mildenhall came up with a tournament to give the players an opportunity to participate. The 100th Security Forces Squadron beat the 100th Maintenance Squadron 13-0, in the tournamentschampionship game known as the Turkey Bowl

The USS KITTY HAWK (CV 63) Freedom Choir performed on the mess decks during the Thanksgiving Day dinner. Due to the ongoing Operation ENDURING FREEDOM mission, the Thanksgiving dinner was served underway

The USS KITTY HAWK (CV 63) Freedom Choir performed on the mess decks during the Thanksgiving Day dinner. Due to the ongoing Operation ENDURING FREEDOM mission, the Thanksgiving dinner was served underway