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Nasa space shuttle transportation, science technology.

Nasa space shuttle transportation, science technology.

Observers taking water, Mt. Washington Railroad Tank.

Observers taking water, Mt. Washington Railroad Tank.

Observers taking water, Mt. Washington Railroad Tank.

Observers taking water, Mt. Washington Railroad Tank.

Mount Washington in the winter. During the past winter (1869-70) a party of scientific observers occupied the summit of Moosilauke- 4950 feet above the ocean - under the auspices of the Geological Survey of New Hampshire ... Subscriptions are so

Mount Washington in the winter. During the past winter (1869-70) a party of scientific observers occupied the summit of Moosilauke- 4950 feet above the ocean - under the auspices of the Geological Survey of New Hampshire ... Subscriptions are so

British observers in captured observation post

British observers in captured observation post

British & French artillery observers

British & French artillery observers

Marine observers

Marine observers

German observers

German observers

Military Observers of Neutral Countries on Danube

Military Observers of Neutral Countries on Danube

British observers watching effect of artillery fire from top of captured Turkish fortifications. Daur. Mesopotamian campaign

British observers watching effect of artillery fire from top of captured Turkish fortifications. Daur. Mesopotamian campaign

Camouflage - Smoke Screens - Smoke Screen device. French officer demonstrates Fumigene, a cloud forming gas. The gas is contained in a tube and when released forms a heavy smoke screen completely hiding from view objects for several yards around. Those tubes are now used to hide artillery and troop movements from enemy observers

Camouflage - Smoke Screens - Smoke Screen device. French officer demonstrates Fumigene, a cloud forming gas. The gas is contained in a tube and when released forms a heavy smoke screen completely hiding from view objects for several yards around. Those tubes are now used to hide artillery and troop movements from enemy observers

Airplanes - Types - Interior of aerobus that made record breaking trip from Paris to London and back. Military observers Farnam Aerobus

Airplanes - Types - Interior of aerobus that made record breaking trip from Paris to London and back. Military observers Farnam Aerobus

Balloons - Equipment - Fort Omaha Army Balloon School. Omaha, Nebraska. The balloons at the school carry two observers who work int eh air in four hour shifts. Close-up view of the basket

Balloons - Equipment - Fort Omaha Army Balloon School. Omaha, Nebraska. The balloons at the school carry two observers who work int eh air in four hour shifts. Close-up view of the basket

Balloons - Equipment - Strips of cloth used to reply to wireless messages from observers

Balloons - Equipment - Strips of cloth used to reply to wireless messages from observers

Balloons - Schools - Training aerial observers

Balloons - Schools - Training aerial observers

Balloons - Schools - Training observers for captive balloons. Just about to go up; moving the balloon over to a clear space to avoid a possible collision with trees or buildings, at the Collegiate Balloon School in Rockville, Conn

Balloons - Schools - Training observers for captive balloons. Just about to go up; moving the balloon over to a clear space to avoid a possible collision with trees or buildings, at the Collegiate Balloon School in Rockville, Conn

Balloons - In the Theatre of Operations - Italian Observation Balloons keep vigilent eye on enemy. Italian observation balloon attached to a small steamer which can patrol the coast. The observers are up practically all the time, and the Austrians have no opportunity to spring a surprise attack

Balloons - In the Theatre of Operations - Italian Observation Balloons keep vigilent eye on enemy. Italian observation balloon attached to a small steamer which can patrol the coast. The observers are up practically all the time, and the Austrians have no opportunity to spring a surprise attack

Balloons - Schools - Balloon operations. The balloon at the school carry two observers who work in the air in four hour shifts. Fort Omaha Balloon Station

Balloons - Schools - Balloon operations. The balloon at the school carry two observers who work in the air in four hour shifts. Fort Omaha Balloon Station

British observers in captured observation post

British observers in captured observation post

Colleges and Universities - University of California - School of Military Aeronautics - Artillery observers range

Colleges and Universities - University of California - School of Military Aeronautics - Artillery observers range

Airplanes - Miscellaneous - Cadet observers watching light of aeroplane

Airplanes - Miscellaneous - Cadet observers watching light of aeroplane

Airplanes - Hangars - American aeroplane hangar in France. American temporary hangar in France. The hangar is covered with green canvas so that it cannot be seen by German observers

Airplanes - Hangars - American aeroplane hangar in France. American temporary hangar in France. The hangar is covered with green canvas so that it cannot be seen by German observers

Palestine disturbances 1936. Royal Engineers "observers" in the beam of light which is being played on the city and country-side

Palestine disturbances 1936. Royal Engineers "observers" in the beam of light which is being played on the city and country-side

Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Dawn patrol flyers and observers making routine reports before starting on patrol

Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Dawn patrol flyers and observers making routine reports before starting on patrol

Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards, Baltimore, Maryland. Observers at the ship launching

Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards, Baltimore, Maryland. Observers at the ship launching

Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Pilots and observers getting instruction before taking off on dawn patrol

Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Pilots and observers getting instruction before taking off on dawn patrol

Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Pilots, observers and ground crew of the 20th patrol squadron on inspection

Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Pilots, observers and ground crew of the 20th patrol squadron on inspection

Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Pilots and observers in marching maneuvers during their daily calisthenics period

Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Pilots and observers in marching maneuvers during their daily calisthenics period

Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Pilots and observers talking things over

Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Pilots and observers talking things over

Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Pilots and observers leaving the intelligence room to take off for dawn patrol at 4 a.m.

Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Pilots and observers leaving the intelligence room to take off for dawn patrol at 4 a.m.

Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Pilots and observers in marching maneuvers during their daily calisthenics period

Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Pilots and observers in marching maneuvers during their daily calisthenics period

Parachute-borne pressure gauge, Tinian Island, Marianas with "scientific observers" of the 509th group, 1945. Luis Alvarez (standing, right). Copied from Luis Alvarez' personal photos. Morgue 1946-8 (P-13); ZN 3284 [photographer unknown]

Parachute-borne pressure gauge, Tinian Island, Marianas with "scientific observers" of the 509th group, 1945. Luis Alvarez (standing, right). Copied from Luis Alvarez' personal photos. Morgue 1946-8 (P-13); ZN 3284 [photographer unknown]

[ECA Observers to Yugoslavia]

[ECA Observers to Yugoslavia]

[ECA Observers to Yugoslavia]

[ECA Observers to Yugoslavia]

[ECA Observers to Yugoslavia]

[ECA Observers to Yugoslavia]

[ECA Observers to Yugoslavia]

[ECA Observers to Yugoslavia]

[ECA Observers to Yugoslavia]

[ECA Observers to Yugoslavia]

[ECA Observers to Yugoslavia]

[ECA Observers to Yugoslavia]

[ECA Observers to Yugoslavia]

[ECA Observers to Yugoslavia]

American soldiers demonstrate the capabilities of an M-60A1 main battle tank to Egyptian observers during the joint Exercise Bright Star '83

American soldiers demonstrate the capabilities of an M-60A1 main battle tank to Egyptian observers during the joint Exercise Bright Star '83

Go Columbia! Go America! Enthused by the sight of the space shuttle launch, one of the thousands of observers in Brevard County waves an American flag as Columbia heads skyward. Many people waited all night at viewing sites to assure that they would witness the historic first launch of the space shuttle. KSC-81PC-0414

Go Columbia! Go America! Enthused by the sight of the space shuttle launch, one of the thousands of observers in Brevard County waves an American flag as Columbia heads skyward. Many people waited all night at viewing sites to assure that they would witness the historic first launch of the space shuttle. KSC-81PC-0414

Tower observers at a bombing range relay target information back to the scoring team on the main base during Operation Gunsmoke '81

Tower observers at a bombing range relay target information back to the scoring team on the main base during Operation Gunsmoke '81

A view of the bombing range tower where observers relay target information back to the scoring team on the main base during Operation Gunsmoke '81

A view of the bombing range tower where observers relay target information back to the scoring team on the main base during Operation Gunsmoke '81

Egyptian and U.S. military observers watch a combined arms field exercise from a truck during Exercise Bright Star '82

Egyptian and U.S. military observers watch a combined arms field exercise from a truck during Exercise Bright Star '82

Visiting observers and crewmen from the amphibious assault ship USS PELELIU (LHA 5) attend a picnic on the pier during a series of exercises taking place to demonstrate Navy readiness on the 40th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor

Visiting observers and crewmen from the amphibious assault ship USS PELELIU (LHA 5) attend a picnic on the pier during a series of exercises taking place to demonstrate Navy readiness on the 40th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor

Visiting observers and crewmen from the amphibious assault ship USS PELELIU (LHA 5) attend a picnic on the pier during a series of exercises taking place to demonstrate Navy readiness on the 40th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor

Visiting observers and crewmen from the amphibious assault ship USS PELELIU (LHA 5) attend a picnic on the pier during a series of exercises taking place to demonstrate Navy readiness on the 40th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor

Visiting observers and crewmen from the amphibious assault ship USS PELELIU (LHA 5) attend a picnic on the pier during a series of exercises taking place to demonstrate Navy readiness on the 40th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor

Visiting observers and crewmen from the amphibious assault ship USS PELELIU (LHA 5) attend a picnic on the pier during a series of exercises taking place to demonstrate Navy readiness on the 40th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor

Visiting observers and crewmen from the amphibious assault ship USS PELELIU (LHA 5) attend a picnic on the pier during a series of exercises taking place to demonstrate Navy readiness on the 40th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor

Visiting observers and crewmen from the amphibious assault ship USS PELELIU (LHA 5) attend a picnic on the pier during a series of exercises taking place to demonstrate Navy readiness on the 40th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor

Visiting observers and crewmen from the amphibious assault ship USS PELELIU (LHA 5) attend a meeting to discuss the exercise taking place which demonstrate Navy readiness on the 40th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor

Visiting observers and crewmen from the amphibious assault ship USS PELELIU (LHA 5) attend a meeting to discuss the exercise taking place which demonstrate Navy readiness on the 40th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor

Visiting observers and crewmen from the amphibious assault ship USS PELELIU (LHA 5) attend a picnic on the pier during a series of exercises taking place to demonstrate Navy readiness on the 40th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor

Visiting observers and crewmen from the amphibious assault ship USS PELELIU (LHA 5) attend a picnic on the pier during a series of exercises taking place to demonstrate Navy readiness on the 40th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor

Fleet Training Group (Atlantic) observers monitor the performance of a Flight Deck Radioactive Survey Team aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS CARL VINSON (CVN 70). An SH-3H Sea King helicopter from Helicopter Antisubmarine Squadron 9 (HS-9) is parked on the flight deck behind them

Fleet Training Group (Atlantic) observers monitor the performance of a Flight Deck Radioactive Survey Team aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS CARL VINSON (CVN 70). An SH-3H Sea King helicopter from Helicopter Antisubmarine Squadron 9 (HS-9) is parked on the flight deck behind them

1LT Jama of Somali uses a forward observers sight during mortar exercises conducted as part of a multi-national range training at the Dahlonega Ranger Camp

1LT Jama of Somali uses a forward observers sight during mortar exercises conducted as part of a multi-national range training at the Dahlonega Ranger Camp

American soldiers demonstrate the capabilities of an M113 armored personnel carrier to Egyptian observers during the joint Exercise BRIGHT STAR '83. A .50-cal. Browning machine gun is mounted on the vehicle

American soldiers demonstrate the capabilities of an M113 armored personnel carrier to Egyptian observers during the joint Exercise BRIGHT STAR '83. A .50-cal. Browning machine gun is mounted on the vehicle

A joint service casket team carries the flag draped casket of Leamon R. Hunt from a VC-135 aircraft upon its arrival. Mr. Hunt was the director of the Multi-National Force and Observers headquarters in Rome, Italy

A joint service casket team carries the flag draped casket of Leamon R. Hunt from a VC-135 aircraft upon its arrival. Mr. Hunt was the director of the Multi-National Force and Observers headquarters in Rome, Italy

A joint service casket team carries the flag draped casket of Leamon R. Hunt from a VC-135 aircraft upon its arrival. Mr. Hunt was the director of the Multi-National Force and Observers headquarters in Rome, Italy

A joint service casket team carries the flag draped casket of Leamon R. Hunt from a VC-135 aircraft upon its arrival. Mr. Hunt was the director of the Multi-National Force and Observers headquarters in Rome, Italy

A joint service casket team carries the flag draped casket of Leamon R. Hunt from a VC-135 aircraft upon its arrival. Mr. Hunt was the director of the Multi-National Force and Observers headquarters in Rome, Italy

A joint service casket team carries the flag draped casket of Leamon R. Hunt from a VC-135 aircraft upon its arrival. Mr. Hunt was the director of the Multi-National Force and Observers headquarters in Rome, Italy

A joint service casket team carries the flag draped casket of Leamon R. Hunt from a VC-135 aircraft upon its arrival. Mr. Hunt was the director of the Multi-National Force and Observers headquarters in Rome, Italy

A joint service casket team carries the flag draped casket of Leamon R. Hunt from a VC-135 aircraft upon its arrival. Mr. Hunt was the director of the Multi-National Force and Observers headquarters in Rome, Italy

The landing signal officer directs an incoming plane as observers watch from the landing signal officer's platform aboard the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV 67)

The landing signal officer directs an incoming plane as observers watch from the landing signal officer's platform aboard the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV 67)

Observers attending a combined arms live fire demonstration watch explosions on the firing range during the multinational joint service Exercise BRIGHT STAR '85

Observers attending a combined arms live fire demonstration watch explosions on the firing range during the multinational joint service Exercise BRIGHT STAR '85

The Multinational Force and Observers Director General's Award and Appurtenances

The Multinational Force and Observers Director General's Award and Appurtenances

Members of the 101st Airborne Division Honor Guard board a 437th Military Airlift Wing C-141B Starlifter aircraft for a flight to Gander, Newfoundland, Canada, where they will assist in the airlift of remains of members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in a plane crash at the Gander Airport. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Members of the 101st Airborne Division Honor Guard board a 437th Military Airlift Wing C-141B Starlifter aircraft for a flight to Gander, Newfoundland, Canada, where they will assist in the airlift of remains of members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in a plane crash at the Gander Airport. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Wreckage from an Arrow Air DC-8 commercial aircraft is stored in a Gander Airport hangar for analysis by members of the Canadian Air Safety Board. The aircraft crashed at the airport with no survivors on December 12, 1985 while carrying 248 members of the 3rd Battalion, 502nd Infantry, 101st Airborne Division. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multinational Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Wreckage from an Arrow Air DC-8 commercial aircraft is stored in a Gander Airport hangar for analysis by members of the Canadian Air Safety Board. The aircraft crashed at the airport with no survivors on December 12, 1985 while carrying 248 members of the 3rd Battalion, 502nd Infantry, 101st Airborne Division. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multinational Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Mourners attend a memorial service for members of the 3rd Battalion, 502nd Infantry, 101st Airborne Division who were killed in a plane crash at Gander Airport, Newfoundland, Canada on December 12, 1985. The 3rd Battalion were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Mulinational Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Mourners attend a memorial service for members of the 3rd Battalion, 502nd Infantry, 101st Airborne Division who were killed in a plane crash at Gander Airport, Newfoundland, Canada on December 12, 1985. The 3rd Battalion were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Mulinational Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Weapons recovered from the wreckage of an Arrow Air DC-8 commercial aircraft are stored in a Gander Airport hangar for analysis by members of the Canadian Air Safety Board. The aircraft crashed at the airport with no survivors on December 12, 1985, while carrying 248 members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Weapons recovered from the wreckage of an Arrow Air DC-8 commercial aircraft are stored in a Gander Airport hangar for analysis by members of the Canadian Air Safety Board. The aircraft crashed at the airport with no survivors on December 12, 1985, while carrying 248 members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

A 101st Airborne Division honor guard and color guard stand at attention during a memorial service for 248 members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div., who were killed in plane crash at Gander Airport, Newfoundland, Canada, on December 12, 1985. The 3rd Battalion was returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

A 101st Airborne Division honor guard and color guard stand at attention during a memorial service for 248 members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div., who were killed in plane crash at Gander Airport, Newfoundland, Canada, on December 12, 1985. The 3rd Battalion was returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Mourners look on as members of the 101st Airborne Division Honor Guard place a casket containing the remains of a member of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div., onto a bier for a memorial ceremony. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in plane crash at Gander Airport, Newfoundland, Canada, They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Mourners look on as members of the 101st Airborne Division Honor Guard place a casket containing the remains of a member of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div., onto a bier for a memorial ceremony. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in plane crash at Gander Airport, Newfoundland, Canada, They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Members of the 101st Airborne Division Honor Guard carry a casket containing the remains of a member of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div., into a hangar for a memorial service. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in plane crash at Gander Airport, Newfoundland, Canada, They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Members of the 101st Airborne Division Honor Guard carry a casket containing the remains of a member of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div., into a hangar for a memorial service. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in plane crash at Gander Airport, Newfoundland, Canada, They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Members of the 101st Airborne Division Honor Guard carry a casket containing remains of members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div., into a 437th Military Airlift Wing C-141B Starlifter aircraft for a flight to Dover Air Force Base, Delaware. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in a plane crash at the Gander Airport. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Members of the 101st Airborne Division Honor Guard carry a casket containing remains of members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div., into a 437th Military Airlift Wing C-141B Starlifter aircraft for a flight to Dover Air Force Base, Delaware. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in a plane crash at the Gander Airport. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Members of the 101st Airborne Division Honor Guard carry a casket containing the remains of a member of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div., out of a 437th Military Airlift Wing C-141B Starlifter aircraft. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in plane crash at Gander Airport, Newfoundland, Canada, They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Members of the 101st Airborne Division Honor Guard carry a casket containing the remains of a member of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div., out of a 437th Military Airlift Wing C-141B Starlifter aircraft. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in plane crash at Gander Airport, Newfoundland, Canada, They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Members of the 101st Airborne Division Honor Guard carry a casket containing the remains of a member of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div., into a 437th Military Airlift Wing C-141B Starlifter aircraft for a flight to Dover Air Force Base, Delaware. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in plane crash at airport. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Members of the 101st Airborne Division Honor Guard carry a casket containing the remains of a member of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div., into a 437th Military Airlift Wing C-141B Starlifter aircraft for a flight to Dover Air Force Base, Delaware. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in plane crash at airport. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Members of the 101st Airborne Division Honor Guard carry a casket containing the remains of a member of the 3rd Battalion, 502nd Infantry, 101st Airborne Division, out of a temporary morgue. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battaliion were killed in a plane crash at Gander Airport. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Members of the 101st Airborne Division Honor Guard carry a casket containing the remains of a member of the 3rd Battalion, 502nd Infantry, 101st Airborne Division, out of a temporary morgue. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battaliion were killed in a plane crash at Gander Airport. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Mourners looks on as members of the 101st Airborne Division carry a casket containing the remains of members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div., into a hangar for a memorial service. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in a plane crash at the Gander Airport, Newfoundland, Canada. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Mourners looks on as members of the 101st Airborne Division carry a casket containing the remains of members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div., into a hangar for a memorial service. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in a plane crash at the Gander Airport, Newfoundland, Canada. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Wreckage from an Arrow Air DC-8 commercial aircraft is stored in a Gander Airport hangar for analysis by members of the Canadian Air Safety Board. The aircraft crashed at the airport with no survivors on December 12, 1985, while carrying 248 members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Wreckage from an Arrow Air DC-8 commercial aircraft is stored in a Gander Airport hangar for analysis by members of the Canadian Air Safety Board. The aircraft crashed at the airport with no survivors on December 12, 1985, while carrying 248 members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Members of the 101st Airborne Division prepare to carry caskets containing the remains of members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div., from hearses into a hangar for a memorial service. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in a plane crash at the Gander Airport, Newfoundland, Canada. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Members of the 101st Airborne Division prepare to carry caskets containing the remains of members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div., from hearses into a hangar for a memorial service. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in a plane crash at the Gander Airport, Newfoundland, Canada. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Mortar shells recovered from the wreckage of an Arrow Air DC-8 commercial aircraft are stored in a Gander Airport hangar for analysis by members of the Canadian Air Safety Board. The aircraft crashed at the airport with no survivors on December 12, 1985, while carrying 248 members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multinational Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Mortar shells recovered from the wreckage of an Arrow Air DC-8 commercial aircraft are stored in a Gander Airport hangar for analysis by members of the Canadian Air Safety Board. The aircraft crashed at the airport with no survivors on December 12, 1985, while carrying 248 members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multinational Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Members of the 101st Airborne Division Honor Guard stand at attention next to caskets containing the remains of a member of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div., during a memorial ceremony. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in plane crash at Gander Airport, Newfoundland. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Members of the 101st Airborne Division Honor Guard stand at attention next to caskets containing the remains of a member of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div., during a memorial ceremony. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in plane crash at Gander Airport, Newfoundland. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Members of the 101st Airborne Division Honor Guard carry a casket containing the remains of a member of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div., out of a temporary morgue at Gander Airport. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in plane crash at Gander Airport, Newfoundland, Canada, They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Members of the 101st Airborne Division Honor Guard carry a casket containing the remains of a member of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div., out of a temporary morgue at Gander Airport. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in plane crash at Gander Airport, Newfoundland, Canada, They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Wreckage from an Arrow Air DC-8 commercial aircraft is stored in a Gander Airport hangar for analysis by members of the Canadian Air Safety Board. The aircraft crashed at the airport with no survivors on December 12, 1985, while carrying 248 members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Wreckage from an Arrow Air DC-8 commercial aircraft is stored in a Gander Airport hangar for analysis by members of the Canadian Air Safety Board. The aircraft crashed at the airport with no survivors on December 12, 1985, while carrying 248 members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Mourners listen as General John A. Wickham Jr., CHIEF of Staff, U.S. Army, speaks during an honor ceremony for members of the 3rd Battalion, 502 Infantry, 101st Airborne Division, who were killed in a plane crash on December 12, 1985 at Gander Airport, Newfoundland, Canada. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multinational Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Mourners listen as General John A. Wickham Jr., CHIEF of Staff, U.S. Army, speaks during an honor ceremony for members of the 3rd Battalion, 502 Infantry, 101st Airborne Division, who were killed in a plane crash on December 12, 1985 at Gander Airport, Newfoundland, Canada. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multinational Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Members of the 101st Airborne Division Honor Guard prepare to carry caskets containing the remains of members of the 3rd Battalion, 502nd Infantry, 101st Airborne Division, out of a 437th Military Airlift Wng C-141B Starlifter aircraft. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battaliion were killed in a plane crash at Gander Airport, Newfoundland. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multinational Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Members of the 101st Airborne Division Honor Guard prepare to carry caskets containing the remains of members of the 3rd Battalion, 502nd Infantry, 101st Airborne Division, out of a 437th Military Airlift Wng C-141B Starlifter aircraft. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battaliion were killed in a plane crash at Gander Airport, Newfoundland. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multinational Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Members of the 101st Airborne Division Honor Guard carry a casket containing the remains of a member of the 3rd Battalion, 502nd Infantry, 101st Airborne Division, out of a 437th Military Airlift Wing C-14B Starlifter aircraft. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in a plane crash at Gander Airport, Newfoundland, Canada. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Mulinational Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Members of the 101st Airborne Division Honor Guard carry a casket containing the remains of a member of the 3rd Battalion, 502nd Infantry, 101st Airborne Division, out of a 437th Military Airlift Wing C-14B Starlifter aircraft. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in a plane crash at Gander Airport, Newfoundland, Canada. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Mulinational Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Caskets containing the remains of members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div., fill a 437th Military Airlift Wing C-141B Starlifter aircraft. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in plane crash at Gander Airport, Newfoundland, Canada. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Caskets containing the remains of members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div., fill a 437th Military Airlift Wing C-141B Starlifter aircraft. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in plane crash at Gander Airport, Newfoundland, Canada. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Members of the 101st Airborne Division Honor Guard carry caskets containing the remains of a member of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div., during out of a temporary morgue at Gander Airport. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in plane crash at airport. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Members of the 101st Airborne Division Honor Guard carry caskets containing the remains of a member of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div., during out of a temporary morgue at Gander Airport. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in plane crash at airport. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Members of the 101st Airborne Division Honor Guard carry a casket containing the remains of a member of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div., out of a temporary morgue at Gander Airport. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in plane crash at airport. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Members of the 101st Airborne Division Honor Guard carry a casket containing the remains of a member of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div., out of a temporary morgue at Gander Airport. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in plane crash at airport. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Wreckage from an Arrow Air DC-8 commercial aircraft are stored in a Gander Airport hangar for analyzed by members of the Canadian Air Safety Board. The aircraft crashed at the airport with no survivors on December 12, 1985, while carrying 248 members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Wreckage from an Arrow Air DC-8 commercial aircraft are stored in a Gander Airport hangar for analyzed by members of the Canadian Air Safety Board. The aircraft crashed at the airport with no survivors on December 12, 1985, while carrying 248 members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

The demolished engine of an Arrow Air DC-8 commercial aircraft is stored in a Gander Airport hangar for analysis by members of the Canadian Air Safety Board. The aircraft crashed at the airport with no survivors on December 12, 1985, while carrying 248 members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

The demolished engine of an Arrow Air DC-8 commercial aircraft is stored in a Gander Airport hangar for analysis by members of the Canadian Air Safety Board. The aircraft crashed at the airport with no survivors on December 12, 1985, while carrying 248 members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Charred weapons recovered from the wreckage of an Arrow Air DC-8 commercial aircraft are stored in a Gander Airport hangar for analysis by members of the Canadian Air Safety Board. The aircraft crashed at the airport with no survivors on December 12, 1985, while carrying 248 members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Charred weapons recovered from the wreckage of an Arrow Air DC-8 commercial aircraft are stored in a Gander Airport hangar for analysis by members of the Canadian Air Safety Board. The aircraft crashed at the airport with no survivors on December 12, 1985, while carrying 248 members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Weapons and equipment recovered from the wreckage of an Arrow Air DC-8 commercial aircraft are stored in a Gander Airport hangar for analysis by members of the Canadian Air Safety Board. The aircraft crashed at the airport with no survivors on December 12, 1985, while carrying 248 members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Weapons and equipment recovered from the wreckage of an Arrow Air DC-8 commercial aircraft are stored in a Gander Airport hangar for analysis by members of the Canadian Air Safety Board. The aircraft crashed at the airport with no survivors on December 12, 1985, while carrying 248 members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Members of the 101st Airborne Division Honor Guard carry a casket containing the remains of a member of the 3rd Battalion, 502nd Infantry, 101st Airborne Division out of a 437th Military Airlift Wing C-141B Starlifter aircraft. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in a plane crash at Gander Airport, Newfoundland, Canada. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Mulinational Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Members of the 101st Airborne Division Honor Guard carry a casket containing the remains of a member of the 3rd Battalion, 502nd Infantry, 101st Airborne Division out of a 437th Military Airlift Wing C-141B Starlifter aircraft. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in a plane crash at Gander Airport, Newfoundland, Canada. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Mulinational Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Wreckage from an Arrow Air DC-8 commercial aircraft are stored in a Gander Airport hangar for analyzed by members of the Canadian Air Safety Board. The aircraft crashed at the airport with no survivors on December 12, 1985, while carrying 248 members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Wreckage from an Arrow Air DC-8 commercial aircraft are stored in a Gander Airport hangar for analyzed by members of the Canadian Air Safety Board. The aircraft crashed at the airport with no survivors on December 12, 1985, while carrying 248 members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Weapons recovered from the wreckage of an Arrow Air DC-8 commercial aircraft are stored in a Gander Airport hangar for analysis by members of the Canadian Air Safety Board. The aircraft crashed at the airport with no survivors on December 12, 1985, while carrying 248 members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Weapons recovered from the wreckage of an Arrow Air DC-8 commercial aircraft are stored in a Gander Airport hangar for analysis by members of the Canadian Air Safety Board. The aircraft crashed at the airport with no survivors on December 12, 1985, while carrying 248 members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Members of the 101st Airborne Division Honor Guard carry caskets containing the remains of a member of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div., out of a temporary morgue at Gander Airport. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in plane crash at airport. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Members of the 101st Airborne Division Honor Guard carry caskets containing the remains of a member of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div., out of a temporary morgue at Gander Airport. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in plane crash at airport. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Wreckage from an Arrow Air DC-8 commercial aircraft is stored in a Gander Airport hangar for analysis by members of the Canadian Air Safety Board. The aircraft crashed at the airport with no survivors on December 12, 1985, while carrying 248 members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Wreckage from an Arrow Air DC-8 commercial aircraft is stored in a Gander Airport hangar for analysis by members of the Canadian Air Safety Board. The aircraft crashed at the airport with no survivors on December 12, 1985, while carrying 248 members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

A 437th Military Airlift Wing C-141B Starlifter aircraft carrying the remains of members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div., takes off from Gander Airport for a flight to Dover Air Force Base, Delaware. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in a plane crash at Gander Airport, Newfoundland, Canada. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

A 437th Military Airlift Wing C-141B Starlifter aircraft carrying the remains of members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div., takes off from Gander Airport for a flight to Dover Air Force Base, Delaware. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in a plane crash at Gander Airport, Newfoundland, Canada. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

A 101st Airborne Division color guard and honor guard stand at attention during an honor ceremony for members of the 3rd Battalion, 502nd Infantry, 101st Airborne Division. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battaliion were killed in a plane crash at Gander Airport. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multinational Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

A 101st Airborne Division color guard and honor guard stand at attention during an honor ceremony for members of the 3rd Battalion, 502nd Infantry, 101st Airborne Division. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battaliion were killed in a plane crash at Gander Airport. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multinational Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Members of the 101st Airborne Division Honor Guard prepare to carry caskets containing the remains of members of the 3rd Battalion, 502nd Infantry, 101st Airborne Division, to an aircraft for a flight to Dover Air Force Base, Delaware. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battaliion were killed in a plane crash at Gander Airport. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Members of the 101st Airborne Division Honor Guard prepare to carry caskets containing the remains of members of the 3rd Battalion, 502nd Infantry, 101st Airborne Division, to an aircraft for a flight to Dover Air Force Base, Delaware. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battaliion were killed in a plane crash at Gander Airport. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

A 101st Airborne Division honor guard helps hold a casket containing the remains of members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in a plane crash at the Gander Airport. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

A 101st Airborne Division honor guard helps hold a casket containing the remains of members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in a plane crash at the Gander Airport. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Wreckage from an Arrow Air DC-8 commercial aircraft is stored in a Gander Airport hangar for analysis by members of the Canadian Air Safety Board. The aircraft crashed at the airport with no survivors on December 12, 1985, while carrying 248 members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Wreckage from an Arrow Air DC-8 commercial aircraft is stored in a Gander Airport hangar for analysis by members of the Canadian Air Safety Board. The aircraft crashed at the airport with no survivors on December 12, 1985, while carrying 248 members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

A 437th Military Airlift Wing C-141B Starlifter aircraft carrying the remains of members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div., arrives at the base. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in a plane crash at Gander Airport, Newfoundland, Canada. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

A 437th Military Airlift Wing C-141B Starlifter aircraft carrying the remains of members of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div., arrives at the base. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in a plane crash at Gander Airport, Newfoundland, Canada. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Two soldiers place a flag over a casket containing the remains of a member of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div., while working in a temporary morgue at Gander Airport. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in a plane crash at the airport. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert

Two soldiers place a flag over a casket containing the remains of a member of the 3rd Bn., 502nd Inf., 101st Airborne Div., while working in a temporary morgue at Gander Airport. On December 12, 1985, 248 soldiers of the 3rd Battalion were killed in a plane crash at the airport. They were returning to the United States after participating in peacekeeping duty with the Multi-national Force and Observers in the Sinai Desert