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Captain Black Inspecting Members of Yale University's Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps Class of 1957

Yale University's Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps Class of 1959 Graduates

Class of 1959 Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps Cadets on Deck of a Ship

Yale University's Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps' Freshman Party

Midshipman Cindy Mason sits in the rear seat of a TA-4 Skyhawk aircraft from Fighter Squadron 126 (VF-126) prior to being taken on a demonstration flight. Mason is participating in a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

A midshipman uses his foam-lined flight helmet s a flotation device during water survival training at the Aviation Physiology Training Unit. The midshipmen is participating in a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

A group of midshipmen undergoing high-altitude pressure testing in a hyperbaric chamber at t he Aviation Physiology Training Unit are observed through a viewing port by their classmates. The midshipmen are attending a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

A midshipman floats on his back during water survival training at the Aviation Physiology Training Unit pool. He is participating in a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

Midshipman Cindy Mason, in the rear, and LT. Mary Jorgenson, a pilot with Fighter Squadron 126 (VF-126, gives the thumbs-up signal prior to taking off on a familiarization flight in a TA-4 Skyhawk aircraft. Mason is participating in a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

LT. Mary Jorgenson, a pilot with Fighter Squadron 126 (VF-126, prepares to take Midshipman Cindy Mason. Mason, in the rear seat, on a demonstration ride in the TA-4 Skyhawk aircraft. Mason is participating in a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

Midshipman Cindy Mason makes the final adjustments on her oxygen mask before high-altitude pressure testing begins at the Aviation Physiology Training Unit. Mason is participating in a one-week training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

Midshipman Cindy Mason struggles to get up after being pulled onto a platform during a simulated helicopter hoist at the Aviation Physiology Training Unit. Mason is participating in a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

Midshipman 2nd Class Pat Corey, left, and Midshipman, Cindy Mason pull on waterlogged flight boots prior to beginning water survival training at the Aviation Physiology Training Unit pool. Mason is participating in a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

Midshipman 2nd Class Pat Corey takes the controls of CH-46 Sea Knight helicopter during a demonstration flight with Helicopter Anti-submarine Squadron 8 (HS-8). Midshipman Corey is participating in a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

Midshipman, Cindy Mason prepares to pull down the face curtain that will launch the ejection seat up the track of the ejection seat trainer. Ejection seat training is a part of a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

A group of midshipmen watches as other midshipmen undergo water survival training at the Aviation Physiology Training Unit pool. They are participating in a one-week training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

LT. Mary Jorgenson, a pilot with Fighter Squadron 126 (VF-126, signals from the cockpit of a TA-4 Skyhawk aircraft that she is ready to begin her flight. LT. Jorgenson is taking a midshipman on a demonstration flight during a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

Midshipman Debbie Mitchell observes fellow midshipmen undergoing high-altitude pressure testing in a hyperbaric chamber at the Aviation Physiology Training Unit. Midshipman Mitchell is participating in a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

An instructor adjusts Midshipman, Cindy Mason's parachute harness prior to the beginning of water survival training at the Aviation Physiology Training Unit. Mason is participating in a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

An overhead view of midshipmen undergoing water survival training at the Aviation Physiology Training Unit pool. The midshipmen are participating in a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

LT. Mary Jorgenson, a pilot with Fighter Squadron 126 (VF-126 points out some of the rear seat cockpit controls to Midshipman Cindy Mason. Mason will take a demonstration ride in the TA-4 during a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

Midshipman Cindy Mason observes as other midshipmen undergo water survival training at the Aviation Physiology Training Unit pool. Mason is participating in a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

Midshipman Cindy Mason and a fellow midshipman use their foam-lined flight helmets as flotation devices during water survival training at the Aviation Physiology Training Unit pool. The midshipmen are participating in a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

A midshipman pulls the face curtain that will launch a simulated ejection seat up the track of an ejection seat trainer. Ejection seat training is part of a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

A female midshipman tightens the torso harness of her flight suit prior to the beginning of water survival training at the Aviation Physiology Training Unit. The midshipman is participating in a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

A female midshipman, wearing full flight gear, attempts to climb into a life raft during water survival training at the Aviation Physiology Training Unit pool. The midshipman is attending a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

Midshipmen wearing flight helmets and oxygen masks prepare to undergo high-altitude flight testing in a hyperbaric chamber at the Aviation Physiology Training Unit. The midshipmen are participating in a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

Midshipman Cindy Mason right, and LT. Mary Jorgenson, a pilot with Fighter Squadron 126 (VF-126) walk out to the flight line. Mason will go on a demonstration in a TA-4 Skyhawk aircraft during a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

A ground crewman helps Midshipman Cindy Mason buckle herself into the rear seat of a TA-4 Skyhawk aircraft for a demonstration flight. The pilot for the flight is LT. Mary Jorgenson Fighter Squadron 126 (VF-126. Mason is participating in a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

A female midshipman tightens the torso harness on an ejection seat trainer. Ejection seat training is part of a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

Midshipman Van Buer adjusts the straps of his oxygen mask prior to his simulated "flight" in a hyperbaric chamber at the Aviation Physiology Training Unit. He is participating in a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

Midshipman 2nd Class Fraley adjusts her flight helmet while an aircrewman from Helicopter Anti-submarine Squadron 8 (HS-8) assists. She is on a demonstration flight in a CH-46 Sea Knight helicopter as part of a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

A midshipman jumps off a platform into the pool during the parachute drag phase of water survival training at the Aviation Physiology Training Unit. The midshipman is attending a one-week training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

Midshipman Cindy Mason waits to begin water survival training at the Aviation Physiology Training Unit pool. Mason is attending a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

Midshipmen wearing flight helmets and oxygen masks prepare to undergo high-altitude flight testing in a hyperbaric chamber at the Aviation Physiology Training Unit. The midshipmen are participating in a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

Midshipman Cindy Mason receives assistance in putting on the 30-pound G-suit that she will wear for her demonstration flight in the back seat of a TA-4 Skyhawk aircraft. Mason is participating in a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

Midshipman Cindy Mason removes her waterlogged flight suit following completion of water survival training at the Aviation Physiology Training Unit pool. Mason is participating in a one-week aviation training for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

Midshipman, Cindy Mason removes her waterlogged flight helmet following completion of water survival training at the Aviation Physiology Training Unit pool. Mason is participating in a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

Midshipman Cindy Mason walks into the inner area of the hyperbaric chamber at the Aviation Physiology Training Unit for her high-altitude pressure test. Midshipman Mason is participating in a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

A female midshipman, struggling with her life jacket, is assisted by an instructor during water survival training at the Aviation Physiology Training Unit pool. The midshipman is participating in a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

A female midshipman ties her hair up prior to putting on a flight helmet for her simulated "flight" in a hyperbaric chamber at the Aviation Physiology Training Unit. She is participating in a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

A female midshipman adjusts the chin strap of her flight helmet prior to beginning water survival training at the Aviation Physiology Training Unit pool. The midshipman is participating in a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

Midshipmen wearing flight helmets and oxygen masks prepare to undergo high-altitude flight testing in a hyperbaric chamber at the Aviation Physiology Training Unit. The midshipmen are participating in a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

Midshipman Cindy Mason listens to instructions being given in the hyperbaric chamber during high-pressure testing at the Aviation Physiology Training Unit. Mason is participating in a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

A female midshipman sits at the controls of a CH-46 Sea King helicopter prior to a demonstration flight. The midshipman is participating in a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

A female midshipman gazes out the window of a CH-46 Sea King helicopter during a demonstration flight. The midshipman is participating in a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

Midshipman Cindy Mason uses her foam-lined flight helmet as a flotation device during water survival training at the Aviation Physiology Training Unit pool. Mason is participating in a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

A female midshipman tightens the torso harness on an ejection seat trainer. Ejection seat training is part of a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

Midshipmen select flight suits to wear during water survival training at the Aviation Physiology Training Unit. The midshipmen are attending a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

Midshipman Cindy Mason and a fellow midshipman use their foam-lined flight helmets as flotation devices during water survival training at the Aviation Physiology Training Unit pool. The midshipmen are participating in a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

A midshipman is pulled across the surface of the pool by a tow line during the parachute drag phase of water survival training at the Aviation Physiology Training Unit. The midshipman is attending a one-week training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

Midshipman Cindy Mason removes her waterlogged flight suit following completion of water survival training at the Aviation Physiology Training Unit pool. Mason is participating in a one-week aviation training for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

A group of midshipmen listens to final instructions prior to beginning the parachute entanglement phase of water survival training at the Aviation Physiology Training Unit pool. The students are attending a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

Midshipmen select flight suits to wear during water survival training at the Aviation Physiology Training Unit. The midshipmen are attending a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

Midshipman, Cindy Mason removes her waterlogged flight suit following completion of water survival training at the Aviation Physiology Training Unit pool. Mason is participating in a one-week aviation training for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

A female midshipman prepares to jump off a platform into the pool during the parachute drag phase of water survival training at the Aviation Physiology Training Unit. The midshipman is attending a one-week training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

A group of midshipmen enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC) wait to take off for a demonstration flight in a CH-46 Sea King helicopter. The midshipmen are participating in a one-week aviation training program designed to familiarize them with the work of the naval aviators

Midshipman Cindy Mason, center, and LT. Mary Jorgenson, a pilot with Fighter Squadron 126 (VF-126), are escorted to the flight line by a public affairs officer. Mason will go on a demonstration in a TA-4 Skyhawk aircraft during a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

Marines from the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps, Duke University, watch as members of the 1ST Reconnaissance Battalion demonstrate equipment

Marines from the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps, Duke University, watch a demonstration, by the 1ST Reconnaissance Battalion, in which a 155mm howitzer is fired

Marines from the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps, Duke University, watch a demonstration of equipment on the rifle range by a member of the 1ST Reconnaissance Battalion

A female member of the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps, Duke University, is shown how to load into a 155mm howitzer by a member of the 1ST Reconnaissance Battalion

Marines from the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps, Duke university, watch as a member of the 1ST Reconnaissance Battalion fires a 155mm howitzer

Communications equipment is explained to Marines from the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps, Duke University, by a member of the 1ST Reconnaissance Battalion

Seal of the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps

Midshipman Karen Rice tends to a patient at Pensacola Naval Hospital during a three-week, intensive training session. Rice is one of eight students chosen as part of the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC) Nurse Corps Scholarship Program