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Crew members use an NP-50 crane to remove a damaged F-14A Tomcat aircraft from the flight deck after an emergency barricade landing aboard the aircraft carrier USS KITTY HAWK (CV 63). No injuries were sustained during the landing

Crew members use an NP-50 crane to remove a damaged F-14A Tomcat aircraft from the flight deck after an emergency barricade landing aboard the aircraft carrier USS KITTY HAWK (CV-63). No injuries were sustained during the landing

An NP-50 crane is moved into position to remove a damaged F-14A Tomcat aircraft from the flight deck after an emergency barricade landing aboard the aircraft carrier USS KITTY HAWK (CV 63). No injuries were sustained during the landing

Crew members use an NP-50 crane to remove a damaged F-14A Tomcat aircraft from the flight deck after an emergency barricade landing aboard the aircraft carrier USS KITTY HAWK (CV 63). No injuries were sustained during the landing

An NP-50 crane parked on the flight deck crewmen scrub the flight deck of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN-69)

An NP-50 aircraft crane is maneuvered into position to lift an F-14 Tomcat aircraft during a general quarters drill aboard the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV 67)

An NP-50 aircraft crane is maneuvered on the flight deck during a general quarters drill aboard the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV 67)

A crash and recovery crane is parked on the flight deck of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN (CVN-72). This crane replaces the NP-50 mobile cranes previously used aboard carriers of the Atlantic Fleet

Jun Lantaya, SENIOR Technician assigned to the Naval Air Warfare Center (NAWC), Point Mugu, California, checks a magnetic plug on an NP-3D Orion engine, during a post flight check-up on the flight line of Elmendorf Air Force Base (AFB), Alaska

A US Navy (USN) NP-3D Orion assigned to Naval Air Warfare Center (NAWC), Point Mugu, California, goes through a post flight check-up on the flight line of Elmendorf Air Force Base (AFB), Alaska

Jun Lantaya, SENIOR Technician assigned to the Naval Air Warfare Center (NAWC), Point Mugu, California, checks a magnetic plug on an NP-3D Orion engine, during a post flight check-up on the flight line of Elmendorf Air Force Base (AFB), Alaska

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – A U.S. Navy NP-3D Orion aircraft taxies to the runway of the Skid Strip at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in preparation for takeoff. The plane will fly below space shuttle Discovery as it approaches Kennedy Space Center for landing following the STS-119 mission. Onboard instruments will check the orbiter’s exterior temperatures and a long-range infrared camera will remotely monitor heating to the shuttle’s lower surface, part of the boundary layer transition flight experiment. For the experiment, a heat shield tile with a “speed bump” on it was installed under Discovery’s left wing to intentionally disturb the airflow in a controlled manner and make the airflow turbulent. The tile, a BRI-18, was originally developed as a potential heat shield upgrade on the orbiters and is being considered for use on the Constellation Program’s Orion crew exploration vehicles. The data will determine if a protuberance on a BRI-18 tile is safe to fly and will be used to verify and improve design efforts for future spacecraft. Photo credit: NASA/Jim Grossmann KSC-2009-2350

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – A U.S. Navy NP-3D Orion aircraft takes off from the Skid Strip at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The plane will fly below space shuttle Discovery as it approaches Kennedy Space Center for landing following the STS-119 mission. Onboard instruments will check the orbiter’s exterior temperatures and a long-range infrared camera will remotely monitor heating to the shuttle’s lower surface, part of the boundary layer transition flight experiment. For the experiment, a heat shield tile with a “speed bump” on it was installed under Discovery’s left wing to intentionally disturb the airflow in a controlled manner and make the airflow turbulent. The tile, a BRI-18, was originally developed as a potential heat shield upgrade on the orbiters and is being considered for use on the Constellation Program’s Orion crew exploration vehicles. The data will determine if a protuberance on a BRI-18 tile is safe to fly and will be used to verify and improve design efforts for future spacecraft. Photo credit: NASA/Jim Grossmann KSC-2009-2351

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – The engines of U.S. Navy NP-3D Orion aircraft are started in preparation for takeoff from the Skid Strip at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The plane will fly below space shuttle Discovery as it approaches Kennedy Space Center for landing following the STS-119 mission. Onboard instruments will check the orbiter’s exterior temperatures and a long-range infrared camera will remotely monitor heating to the shuttle’s lower surface, part of the boundary layer transition flight experiment. For the experiment, a heat shield tile with a “speed bump” on it was installed under Discovery’s left wing to intentionally disturb the airflow in a controlled manner and make the airflow turbulent. The tile, a BRI-18, was originally developed as a potential heat shield upgrade on the orbiters and is being considered for use on the Constellation Program’s Orion crew exploration vehicles. The data will determine if a protuberance on a BRI-18 tile is safe to fly and will be used to verify and improve design efforts for future spacecraft. Photo credit: NASA/Jim Grossmann KSC-2009-2349

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- A U.S. Navy NP-3D Orion aircraft prepares for takeoff from the Skid Strip at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The plane will fly below space shuttle Discovery as it approaches Kennedy Space Center for landing following the STS-119 mission. Onboard instruments will check the orbiter’s exterior temperatures and a long-range infrared camera will remotely monitor heating to the shuttle’s lower surface, part of the boundary layer transition flight experiment. For the experiment, a heat shield tile with a “speed bump” on it was installed under Discovery’s left wing to intentionally disturb the airflow in a controlled manner and make the airflow turbulent. The tile, a BRI-18, was originally developed as a potential heat shield upgrade on the orbiters and is being considered for use on the Constellation Program’s Orion crew exploration vehicles. The data will determine if a protuberance on a BRI-18 tile is safe to fly and will be used to verify and improve design efforts for future spacecraft. Photo credit: NASA/Jim Grossmann KSC-2009-2348

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