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Proyecto de las obras qe. deben construirse en el Monte del Olivo segun la idea de Dn. Ramon Folgueras, Coronel del Rl. Cuerpo de Yngenieros y Aydt. gral. del Estado Mayor

Proyecto formado por el Coronel y Ayudante General del Estado Mayor Dn. Ramon Folguera de una torre capas de tres piezas de Artillería que debe construirse en la altura llamada de las Arcas a orillas del mar y al frente de los fuertes de la Reyna y Sn. Jorge

[Four cameos with portraits inset over the letter M, in the center are Emperor Maximilian and Empress Carlota of Mexico, then clockwise are: Tomás Mejía, Ramon Mendez, and Miguel Miramón; a coat of arms or emblem above the M]

[Five cameo portraits with Empress Carlota in center, then clockwise from top: Emperor Maximilian, Miguel Miramon, Ramon Mendez, and Tomás Mejía]

[Five cameo portraits with Empress Carlota in center, then clockwise from top: Emperor Maximilian, Miguel Miramón, Ramon Mendez and Tomás Mejía]

Mount Diablo, from San Ramon Valley - Contra Costa County

Phorograph of Ramon Rocha

Ramon Navarro

Ramon Navarro (neg. is broken)

Ramon Corrav

[Three head-and-shoulders photographs of Ramon Reyes Lala, two facing left, one (center) facing front]

Ramon Corral, Vice-Pres. and Sec. of Interior

Ramon Pidal

Gen. Ramon Tello Mendoza and Dr. Eduardo Blanco, seated

President Ramon G. Valencia of Colombia

Ramon Corral & family

Dr. Ramon, L. Miranda, Gonzalo de Quesada, Dr. Gustavo Govin, and Prof. F.E. Fonseca

Ramon Ross

LOVATON, RAMON O. HONORABLE

LOVATON, RAMON O. HONORABLE

DeNEGRI, RAMON P.

DINNER IN HONOR OF DON RAMON PINA Y MILLET [held by] CLUB IBERO-AMERICAINO DE NUEVA YORK [at] HOTEL MARIE ANTOINETTE (NEW YORK?) (HOTEL;)

DINNER IN HONOR OF DON RAMON PINA Y MILLET [held by] CLUB IBERO-AMERICAINO DE NUEVA YORK [at] HOTEL MARIE ANTOINETTE (NEW YORK?) (HOTEL;)

DINNER IN HONOR OF DON RAMON PINA Y MILLET [held by] CLUB IBERO-AMERICAINO DE NUEVA YORK [at] HOTEL MARIE ANTOINETTE (NEW YORK?) (HOTEL;)

DINNER IN HONOR OF DON RAMON PINA Y MILLET [held by] CLUB IBERO-AMERICAINO DE NUEVA YORK [at] HOTEL MARIE ANTOINETTE (NEW YORK?) (HOTEL;)

DINNER IN HONOR OF DON RAMON PINA Y MILLET [held by] CLUB IBERO-AMERICAINO DE NUEVA YORK [at] HOTEL MARIE ANTOINETTE (NEW YORK?) (HOTEL;)

DINNER IN HONOR OF DON RAMON PINA Y MILLET [held by] CLUB IBERO-AMERICAINO DE NUEVA YORK [at] HOTEL MARIE ANTOINETTE (NEW YORK?) (HOTEL;)

DINNER IN HONOR OF DON RAMON PINA Y MILLET [held by] CLUB IBERO-AMERICAINO DE NUEVA YORK [at] HOTEL MARIE ANTOINETTE (NEW YORK?) (HOTEL;)

DINNER IN HONOR OF DON RAMON PINA Y MILLET [held by] CLUB IBERO-AMERICAINO DE NUEVA YORK [at] HOTEL MARIE ANTOINETTE (NEW YORK?) (HOTEL;)

DINNER IN HONOR OF DON RAMON PINA Y MILLET [held by] CLUB IBERO-AMERICAINO DE NUEVA YORK [at] HOTEL MARIE ANTOINETTE (NEW YORK?) (HOTEL;)

DINNER IN HONOR OF DON RAMON PINA Y MILLET [held by] CLUB IBERO-AMERICAINO DE NUEVA YORK [at] HOTEL MARIE ANTOINETTE (NEW YORK?) (HOTEL;)

Ramon Luco

BARROS, LUCO RAMON. PRESIDENT OF CHILE

War (A. Ramon)

1ST PAN AMERICAN FINANCIAL CONFERENCE, WASHINGTON, D.C., MAY 1915. PANAMA: RAMON FACENE-DE; ARISTIDES ARJONA; J.A. LEFEVRE; J.E. ARJONA

Ramon Navaro

[Portrait of Ramon Novarro]

The Ramon Magsaysay Award Foundation (poster)

The Ramon Magsaysay Award Foundation (poster)

The Ramon Magsaysay Award Foundation (poster)

The Ramon Magsaysay Award Foundation (poster)

President John F. Kennedy and Special Assistant to the President Dave Powers Greet Former Washington Senators Player James Barton "Mickey" Vernon and Manager of the Chicago White Sox Alfonso Ramon "Al" Lopez at the Opening Game of the 1961 Baseball Season at Griffith Stadium, Washington, DC

STS107-402-018 - STS-107 - Ramon posed on Columbia's AFD during STS-107

CAPT Ramon R. Owens, USN (covered)

Lance Corporal Ramon of the Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department (AIMD) Precision Measuring Equipment (PME) section uses a variety of electronic diagnostic equipment to calibrate an audio oscillator

Captain Ramon Garcia, USN (uncovered)

Captain Ramon Garcia, USN (covered)

Ramon J. Hnatyshyn, governor general of Canada, is greeted by LGEN Robert W. Morton, deputy commander-in-chief, North American Air Defense Command (NORAD), as GEN Donald J. Kutyna, NORAD commander-in-chief, looks on

Ramon and Berta, portrait painters from Mexico, Figueroa at 51st St, 1996, LA

US Marine Corps Lance Corporal Ramon Gonzales, armed with an M16A2 rifle with an M203 grenade launcher attached, sits in the hatch of an amphibious assault vehicle (AAV) during an amphibious assault on the beach at Pacific Missile Range Facility, Barking Sands, Kauai, Hawaii, during RIMPAC '96

US Marine Corps Lance Corporal Ramon Gonzales applies camouflage to his face on board USS ESSEX (LPH 2) before participating in a beach assault. About 1,000 US Marines participated in an amphibious assault at Pacific Missile Range Facility, Barking Sands, Kauai, Hawaii

COL. John Andrew Hamel IV (US Army), COL. Jorge W. Rosales, LTC. Ramon Malave (US Army), and MAJ. Fernando Ramos meet with one of the Nations leaders

Sergeant (SGT) Ramon Chiva Villarroya (Spanish Army) makes sure his teams switching system is working properly, during phase three of the Partnership for Peace exercise COMBINED ENDEAVOR (CE) 2000. CE 2000, currently hosted by Germany, is the largest information and communication systems exercise in the world. This exercise is the sixth in a series of multinational communication interoperability workshops where military personnel from 35 nations get together for 14 days to focus on Command, Control, Communications, and Computers (C4) interoperability testing and documentation and to meet and interact on a personal level

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Members of the STS-107 crew check out equipment at SPACEHAB. Beginning in the center are Mission Specialists Michael Anderson and Laurel Clark; at far right are Ilan Ramon, from Israel, and Kalpana Chawla. Identified as a research mission, STS-107 is scheduled for launch July 19, 2001 KSC00pp1591

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- STS-107 crew members check out equipment at SPACEHAB that will be part of their mission. In the background center can be seen Mission Specialists Kalpana Chawla and David Brown. At right are Mission Specialists Ilan Ramon and Laurel Clark. Identified as a research mission, STS-107 is scheduled for launch July 19, 2001 KSC-00pp1590

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- At SPACEHAB, STS-107 crew members become acquainted with equipment that will be on the mission. From left are Mission Specialists David Brown, Ilan Ramon (from Israel), Michael Anderson and Kalpana Chawla; seated in front is Mission Specialist Laurel Clark. Identified as a research mission, STS-107 is scheduled for launch July 19, 2001 KSC00pp1595

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- At SPACEHAB, STS-107 crew members check out equipment for their mission. At the far left are Mission Specialists Kalpana Chawla and Ilan Ramon, who is from Israel. At center, handling the equipment, are Mission Specialists David Brown and Michael Anderson. Identified as a research mission, STS-107 is scheduled for launch July 19, 2001 KSC00pp1593

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- At SPACEHAB, STS-107 crew members refer to documentation while Mission Specialist Ilan Ramon of Israel points to data on a laptop screen. Gathered around Ramon are (left to right) Mission Specialists Laurel Clark, Michael Anderson, David Brown and Kalpana Chawla (back to camera). Identified as a research mission, STS-107 is scheduled for launch July 19, 2001 KSC-00pp1597

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Members of the STS-107 crew check out equipment at SPACEHAB. Beginning in the center are Mission Specialists Michael Anderson and Laurel Clark; at far right are Ilan Ramon, from Israel, and Kalpana Chawla. Identified as a research mission, STS-107 is scheduled for launch July 19, 2001 KSC-00pp1591

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- At SPACEHAB, STS-107 crew members refer to documentation while Mission Specialist Ilan Ramon of Israel points to data on a laptop screen. Gathered around Ramon are (left to right) Mission Specialists Laurel Clark, Michael Anderson, David Brown and Kalpana Chawla (back to camera). Identified as a research mission, STS-107 is scheduled for launch July 19, 2001 KSC00pp1597

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- At SPACEHAB, STS-107 crew members check out equipment for their mission. At the far left are Mission Specialists Kalpana Chawla and Ilan Ramon, who is from Israel. At center, handling the equipment, are Mission Specialists David Brown and Michael Anderson. Identified as a research mission, STS-107 is scheduled for launch July 19, 2001 KSC-00pp1593

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- At SPACEHAB, STS-107 crew members become acquainted with equipment that will be on the mission. From left are Mission Specialists David Brown, Ilan Ramon (from Israel), Michael Anderson and Kalpana Chawla; seated in front is Mission Specialist Laurel Clark. Identified as a research mission, STS-107 is scheduled for launch July 19, 2001 KSC-00pp1595

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- STS-107 crew members check out equipment at SPACEHAB that will be part of their mission. In the background center can be seen Mission Specialists Kalpana Chawla and David Brown. At right are Mission Specialists Ilan Ramon and Laurel Clark. Identified as a research mission, STS-107 is scheduled for launch July 19, 2001 KSC00pp1590

Major Tomas Oliva, US Army South, Administration Officer, left, notes information from Major Ramon Martinez, Paraguay Armed Forces, during a "Peace Keeping Operations South 2001 Conference."

Center Director Roy Bridges addresses the audience at the commissioning of a new high-pressure helium pipeline at Kennedy Space Center that will service launch needs at the new Delta IV Complex 37 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The nine-mile-long buried pipeline will also serve as a backup helium resource for Shuttle launches. Nearly one launch’s worth of helium will be available in the pipeline to support a Shuttle pad in an emergency. The line originates at the Helium Facility on KSC and terminates in a meter station at the perimeter of the Delta IV launch pad. Others at the ceremony were Jerry Jorgensen, pipeline project manager, Space Gateway Support (SGS); Col. Samuel Dick, representative of the 45th Space Wing; Ramon Lugo, acting executive director, JPMO; David Herst, director, Delta IV Launch Sites; Pierre Dufour, president and CEO, Air Liquide America Corporation; and Michael Butchko, president, SGS KSC00padig072

Jerry Jorgensen, pipeline project manager, Space Gateway Support (SGS) presents an award of appreciation to H.T. Everett, KSC Propellants manager, at the commissioning of a new high-pressure helium pipeline at Kennedy Space Center. The pipeline will service launch needs at the new Delta IV Complex 37 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The nine-mile-long buried pipeline will also serve as a backup helium resource for Shuttle launches. Nearly one launch’s worth of helium will be available in the pipeline to support a Shuttle pad in an emergency. The line originates at the Helium Facility on KSC and terminates in a meter station at the perimeter of the Delta IV launch pad. Others at the ceremony were Center Director Roy Bridges;); Col. Samuel Dick, representative of the 45th Space Wing; Ramon Lugo, acting executive director, JPMO; David Herst, director, Delta IV Launch Sites; Pierre Dufour, president and CEO, Air Liquide America Corporation; and Michael Butchko, president, SGS KSC-00padig073

At the commissioning of a new high-pressure helium pipeline at Kennedy Space Center, Ramon Lugo, acting executive director, JPMO , presents a plaque to Center Director Roy Bridges. The pipeline will service launch needs at the new Delta IV Complex 37 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. Others at the ceremony were Jerry Jorgensen, pipeline project manager, Space Gateway Support (SGS); Col. Samuel Dick, representative of the 45th Space Wing; David Herst, director, Delta IV Launch Sites; Pierre Dufour, president and CEO, Air Liquide America Corporation; and Michael Butchko, president, SGS. The nine-mile-long buried pipeline will also serve as a backup helium resource for Shuttle launches. Nearly one launch’s worth of helium will be available in the pipeline to support a Shuttle pad in an emergency. The line originates at the Helium Facility on KSC and terminates in a meter station at the perimeter of the Delta IV launch pad KSC00padig071

At the commissioning of a new high-pressure helium pipeline at Kennedy Space Center, Ramon Lugo, acting executive director, JPMO , presents a plaque to Center Director Roy Bridges. The pipeline will service launch needs at the new Delta IV Complex 37 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. Others at the ceremony were Jerry Jorgensen, pipeline project manager, Space Gateway Support (SGS); Col. Samuel Dick, representative of the 45th Space Wing; David Herst, director, Delta IV Launch Sites; Pierre Dufour, president and CEO, Air Liquide America Corporation; and Michael Butchko, president, SGS. The nine-mile-long buried pipeline will also serve as a backup helium resource for Shuttle launches. Nearly one launch’s worth of helium will be available in the pipeline to support a Shuttle pad in an emergency. The line originates at the Helium Facility on KSC and terminates in a meter station at the perimeter of the Delta IV launch pad KSC-00padig071

At the commissioning of a new high-pressure helium pipeline at Kennedy Space Center, participants cut the lines to helium-filled balloons. From left, they are Center Director Roy Bridges; Michael Butchko, president, SGS; Pierre Dufour, president and CEO, Air Liquide America Corporation; David Herst, director, Delta IV Launch Sites; Pamela Gillespie, executive administrator, office of Congressman Dave Weldon; and Col. Samuel Dick, representative of the 45th Space Wing. The nine-mile-long buried pipeline will service launch needs at the new Delta IV Complex 37 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. It will also serve as a backup helium resource for Shuttle launches. Nearly one launch’s worth of helium will be available in the pipeline to support a Shuttle pad in an emergency. The line originates at the Helium Facility on KSC and terminates in a meter station at the perimeter of the Delta IV launch pad. Others at the ceremony were Jerry Jorgensen, pipeline project manager, Space Gateway Support (SGS), and Ramon Lugo, acting executive director, JPMO KSC-00padig074

Jerry Jorgensen welcomes the audience to the commissioning of a new high-pressure helium pipeline at Kennedy Space Center. Jorgensen, with Space Gateway Support (SGS), is the pipeline project manager. To the right is Ramon Lugo, acting executive director, JPMO. Others at the ceremony were Center Director Roy Bridges; Col. Samuel Dick, representative of the 45th Space Wing; David Herst, director, Delta IV Launch Sites; Pierre Dufour, president and CEO, Air Liquide America Corporation; and Michael Butchko, president, SGS. The pipeline will service launch needs at the new Delta IV Complex 37 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The nine-mile-long buried pipeline will also serve as a backup helium resource for Shuttle launches. Nearly one launch’s worth of helium will be available in the pipeline to support a Shuttle pad in an emergency. The line originates at the Helium Facility on KSC and terminates in a meter station at the perimeter of the Delta IV launch pad KSC-00padig070

At the commissioning of a new high-pressure helium pipeline at Kennedy Space Center, participants watch as helium-filled balloons take to the sky after their lines were cut. From left, they are Center Director Roy Bridges; Michael Butchko, president, SGS; Pierre Dufour, president and CEO, Air Liquide America Corporation; David Herst, director, Delta IV Launch Sites; Pamela Gillespie, executive administrator, office of Congressman Dave Weldon; and Col. Samuel Dick, representative of the 45th Space Wing. The nine-mile-long buried pipeline will service launch needs at the new Delta IV Complex 37 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. It will also serve as a backup helium resource for Shuttle launches. Nearly one launch’s worth of helium will be available in the pipeline to support a Shuttle pad in an emergency. The line originates at the Helium Facility on KSC and terminates in a meter station at the perimeter of the Delta IV launch pad. Others at the ceremony were Jerry Jorgensen, pipeline project manager, Space Gateway Support (SGS), and Ramon Lugo, acting executive director, JPMO KSC-00padig075

Jerry Jorgensen, pipeline project manager, Space Gateway Support (SGS) presents an award of appreciation to H.T. Everett, KSC Propellants manager, at the commissioning of a new high-pressure helium pipeline at Kennedy Space Center. The pipeline will service launch needs at the new Delta IV Complex 37 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The nine-mile-long buried pipeline will also serve as a backup helium resource for Shuttle launches. Nearly one launch’s worth of helium will be available in the pipeline to support a Shuttle pad in an emergency. The line originates at the Helium Facility on KSC and terminates in a meter station at the perimeter of the Delta IV launch pad. Others at the ceremony were Center Director Roy Bridges;); Col. Samuel Dick, representative of the 45th Space Wing; Ramon Lugo, acting executive director, JPMO; David Herst, director, Delta IV Launch Sites; Pierre Dufour, president and CEO, Air Liquide America Corporation; and Michael Butchko, president, SGS KSC00padig073

At the commissioning of a new high-pressure helium pipeline at Kennedy Space Center, participants watch as helium-filled balloons take to the sky after their lines were cut. From left, they are Center Director Roy Bridges; Michael Butchko, president, SGS; Pierre Dufour, president and CEO, Air Liquide America Corporation; David Herst, director, Delta IV Launch Sites; Pamela Gillespie, executive administrator, office of Congressman Dave Weldon; and Col. Samuel Dick, representative of the 45th Space Wing. The nine-mile-long buried pipeline will service launch needs at the new Delta IV Complex 37 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. It will also serve as a backup helium resource for Shuttle launches. Nearly one launch’s worth of helium will be available in the pipeline to support a Shuttle pad in an emergency. The line originates at the Helium Facility on KSC and terminates in a meter station at the perimeter of the Delta IV launch pad. Others at the ceremony were Jerry Jorgensen, pipeline project manager, Space Gateway Support (SGS), and Ramon Lugo, acting executive director, JPMO KSC00padig075

Center Director Roy Bridges addresses the audience at the commissioning of a new high-pressure helium pipeline at Kennedy Space Center that will service launch needs at the new Delta IV Complex 37 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The nine-mile-long buried pipeline will also serve as a backup helium resource for Shuttle launches. Nearly one launch’s worth of helium will be available in the pipeline to support a Shuttle pad in an emergency. The line originates at the Helium Facility on KSC and terminates in a meter station at the perimeter of the Delta IV launch pad. Others at the ceremony were Jerry Jorgensen, pipeline project manager, Space Gateway Support (SGS); Col. Samuel Dick, representative of the 45th Space Wing; Ramon Lugo, acting executive director, JPMO; David Herst, director, Delta IV Launch Sites; Pierre Dufour, president and CEO, Air Liquide America Corporation; and Michael Butchko, president, SGS KSC-00padig072

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- Taking part in In-Flight Maintenance training, the STS-107 crew poses in front of the SPACEHAB Double Module. In back are Mission Specialist Laurel Clark, Payload Specialist Ilan Ramon of Israel and Mission Specialist Kalpana Chawla; in front are Mission Specialist David M. Brown, Commander Rick D. Husband, Pilot William C. “Willie” McCool (behind) and Mission Specialist Michael Anderson. As a research mission, STS-107 will carry the SPACEHAB Double Module in its first research flight into space and a broad collection of experiments ranging from material science to life science. It is scheduled to launch July 19, 2001 KSC-00pp1853

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- Four members of the STS-107 crew look over equipment inside the SPACEHAB Double Module, which will be making its first research flight into space on STS-107. Seen are (left to right) Mission Specialist David M. Brown, Pilot William C. “Willie” McCool, Commander Rick D. Husband and Payload Specialist Ilan Ramon of Israel. STS-107 will carry a broad collection of experiments ranging from material science to life science. It is scheduled to launch July 19, 2001 KSC-00pp1849

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- During In-Flight Maintenance training for their mission, STS-107 crew members check equipment and paperwork inside the SPACEHAB Double Module. From left to right are Pilot William C. "Willie" McCool; Payload Specialist Ilan Ramon; Mission Specialists Michael Anderson and David M. Brown; and Commander Rick D. Husband. As a research mission, STS-107 will carry the SPACEHAB Double Module in its first research flight into space and a broad collection of experiments ranging from material science to life science. STS-107 is scheduled to launch July 19, 2001 KSC00pp1840

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- During In-Flight Maintenance training for their mission, STS-107 crew members check equipment and paperwork inside the SPACEHAB Double Module. From left to right are Pilot William C. "Willie" McCool; Payload Specialist Ilan Ramon; Mission Specialists Michael Anderson and David M. Brown; and Commander Rick D. Husband. As a research mission, STS-107 will carry the SPACEHAB Double Module in its first research flight into space and a broad collection of experiments ranging from material science to life science. STS-107 is scheduled to launch July 19, 2001 KSC-00pp1840

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- STS-107 crew members take part in In-Flight Maintenance training for their mission. Under the watchful eyes of SPACEHAB trainer David Butler (left), Payload Specialist Ilan Ramon of Israel (center) and Mission Specialist David M. Brown (right) check equipment and paperwork inside the SPACEHAB Double Module. Research mission STS-107, scheduled to launch July 19, 2001, will carry the SPACEHAB Double Module in its first flight into space and a broad collection of experiments ranging from material science to life science KSC-00pp1842

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- Members of the STS-107 crew take part in In-Flight Maintenance training for their mission. One of the payload elements on the mission is the SPACEHAB Double Module in its first research flight into space. Working with equipment inside the SPACEHAB Double Module are (left to right) Commander Rick D. Husband, Payload Specialist Ilan Ramon of Israel and Pilot William C. "Willie" McCool , while SPACEHAB trainer David Butler (standing) looks on. Research mission STS-107 is scheduled to launch July 19, 2001 KSC00pp1841

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- Taking part in In-Flight Maintenance training, the STS-107 crew poses in front of the SPACEHAB Double Module. In back are Mission Specialist Laurel Clark, Payload Specialist Ilan Ramon of Israel, and Mission Specialist Kalpana Chawla; in front are Mission Specialist David M. Brown, Commander Rick D. Husband, Pilot William C. “Willie” McCool (behind) and Mission Specialist Michael Anderson. As a research mission, STS-107 will carry the SPACEHAB Double Module in its first research flight into space and a broad collection of experiments ranging from material science to life science. It is scheduled to launch July 19, 2001 KSC-00pp1852

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- Members of the STS-107 crew look over equipment inside the SPACEHAB Double Module, which will be making its first research flight into space on STS-107. Seen are (left to right) Payload Specialists Ilan Ramon and Mission Specialist David M. Brown. STS-107 will carry a broad collection of experiments ranging from material science to life science. It is scheduled to launch July 19, 2001 KSC-00pp1855

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- Taking part in In-Flight Maintenance training, the STS-107 crew poses in front of the SPACEHAB Double Module. In back are Mission Specialist Laurel Clark, Payload Specialist Ilan Ramon of Israel and Mission Specialist Kalpana Chawla; in front are Mission Specialist David M. Brown, Commander Rick D. Husband, Pilot William C. “Willie” McCool (behind) and Mission Specialist Michael Anderson. As a research mission, STS-107 will carry the SPACEHAB Double Module in its first research flight into space and a broad collection of experiments ranging from material science to life science. It is scheduled to launch July 19, 2001 KSC00pp1853

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- Four members of the STS-107 crew look over equipment inside the SPACEHAB Double Module, which will be making its first research flight into space on STS-107. Seen are (left to right) Mission Specialist David M. Brown, Pilot William C. “Willie” McCool, Commander Rick D. Husband and Payload Specialist Ilan Ramon of Israel. STS-107 will carry a broad collection of experiments ranging from material science to life science. It is scheduled to launch July 19, 2001 KSC00pp1849

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- STS-107 crew members take part in In-Flight Maintenance training for their mission. Under the watchful eyes of SPACEHAB trainer David Butler (left), Payload Specialist Ilan Ramon of Israel (center) and Mission Specialist David M. Brown (right) check equipment and paperwork inside the SPACEHAB Double Module. Research mission STS-107, scheduled to launch July 19, 2001, will carry the SPACEHAB Double Module in its first flight into space and a broad collection of experiments ranging from material science to life science KSC00pp1842

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- Members of the STS-107 crew take part in In-Flight Maintenance training for their mission. One of the payload elements on the mission is the SPACEHAB Double Module in its first research flight into space. Working with equipment inside the SPACEHAB Double Module are (left to right) Commander Rick D. Husband, Payload Specialist Ilan Ramon of Israel and Pilot William C. "Willie" McCool , while SPACEHAB trainer David Butler (standing) looks on. Research mission STS-107 is scheduled to launch July 19, 2001 KSC-00pp1841

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- Members of the STS-107 crew look over equipment inside the SPACEHAB Double Module, which will be making its first research flight into space on STS-107. Seen are (left to right) Payload Specialist Ilan Ramon and Mission Specialist David M. Brown, Commander Rick D. Husband, [trainer David Butler] and Pilot William C. “Willie” McCool. STS-107 will carry a broad collection of experiments ranging from material science to life science. It is scheduled to launch July 19, 2001 KSC00pp1854

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- Members of the STS-107 crew look over equipment inside the SPACEHAB Double Module, which will be making its first research flight into space on STS-107. Seen are (left to right) Payload Specialist Ilan Ramon and Mission Specialist David M. Brown, Commander Rick D. Husband, [trainer David Butler] and Pilot William C. “Willie” McCool. STS-107 will carry a broad collection of experiments ranging from material science to life science. It is scheduled to launch July 19, 2001 KSC-00pp1854

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- Members of the STS-107 crew look over equipment inside the SPACEHAB Double Module, which will be making its first research flight into space on STS-107. Seen are (left to right) Payload Specialists Ilan Ramon and Mission Specialist David M. Brown. STS-107 will carry a broad collection of experiments ranging from material science to life science. It is scheduled to launch July 19, 2001 KSC00pp1855

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- Taking part in In-Flight Maintenance training, the STS-107 crew poses in front of the SPACEHAB Double Module. In back are Mission Specialist Laurel Clark, Payload Specialist Ilan Ramon of Israel, and Mission Specialist Kalpana Chawla; in front are Mission Specialist David M. Brown, Commander Rick D. Husband, Pilot William C. “Willie” McCool (behind) and Mission Specialist Michael Anderson. As a research mission, STS-107 will carry the SPACEHAB Double Module in its first research flight into space and a broad collection of experiments ranging from material science to life science. It is scheduled to launch July 19, 2001 KSC00pp1852

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- Members of the STS-107 crew take part in In-Flight Maintenance training for their mission. One of the payload elements on the mission is the SPACEHAB Double Module in its first research flight into space. Working with equipment inside the SPACEHAB Double Module are (left to right) SPACEHAB trainer David Butler, Pilot William C. “Willie” McCool, Commander Rick D. Husband, and Payload Specialist Ilan Ramon, from Israel. Research mission STS-107 is scheduled to launch July 19, 2001 KSC-00pp1834

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Members of the STS-107 crew take part in In-Flight Maintenance training for their mission. One of the payload elements on the mission is the SPACEHAB Double Module in its first research flight into space. Checking equipment and paperwork inside the SPACEHAB Double Module are (left to right) Mission Specialist David M. Brown, Pilot William C. “Willie” McCool, Commander Rick D. Husband and Payload Specialist Ilan Ramon of Israel. STS-107 will carry a broad collection of experiments ranging from material science to life science. It is scheduled to launch July 19, 2001 KSC00pp1848

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- Members of the STS-107 crew take part in In-Flight Maintenance training for their mission. One of the payload elements on the mission is the SPACEHAB Double Module in its first research flight into space. Working with equipment inside the SPACEHAB Double Module are (front) Payload Specialist Ilan Ramon (left), astronaut from Israel, and Commander Rick D. Husband; (back) Mission Specialist David Brown, SPACEHAB trainer David Butler, and Pilot William C. “Willie” McCool. Research mission STS-107 is scheduled to launch July 19, 2001 KSC00pp1835

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- Members of the STS-107 crew take part in In-Flight Maintenance training for their mission. One of the payload elements on the mission is the SPACEHAB Double Module in its first research flight into space. Working with equipment inside the SPACEHAB Double Module are (left to right) SPACEHAB trainer David Butler, Pilot William C. “Willie” McCool, Commander Rick D. Husband, and Payload Specialist Ilan Ramon, from Israel. Research mission STS-107 is scheduled to launch July 19, 2001 KSC00pp1834

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- Members of the STS-107 crew take part in In-Flight Maintenance training for their mission. One of the payload elements on the mission is the SPACEHAB Double Module in its first research flight into space. Working with equipment inside the SPACEHAB Double Module are (front) Payload Specialist Ilan Ramon (left), astronaut from Israel, and Commander Rick D. Husband; (back) Mission Specialist David Brown, SPACEHAB trainer David Butler, and Pilot William C. “Willie” McCool. Research mission STS-107 is scheduled to launch July 19, 2001 KSC-00pp1835

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Members of the STS-107 crew take part in In-Flight Maintenance training for their mission. Looking over an OSTEO experiment and paperwork are (left to right) Commander Rick D. Husband; Mission Specialists Laurel Clark, David M. Brown and Ilan Ramon of Israel; and Pilot William C. “Willie” McCool. As a research mission, STS-107will carry the SPACEHAB Double Module in its first research flight into space and a broad collection of experiments ranging from material science to life science. It is scheduled to launch July 19, 2001 KSC00pp1837

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Members of the STS-107 crew take part in In-Flight Maintenance training for their mission. Looking over an OSTEO experiment and paperwork are (left to right) Commander Rick D. Husband; Mission Specialists Laurel Clark, David M. Brown and Ilan Ramon of Israel; and Pilot William C. “Willie” McCool. As a research mission, STS-107will carry the SPACEHAB Double Module in its first research flight into space and a broad collection of experiments ranging from material science to life science. It is scheduled to launch July 19, 2001 KSC-00pp1837

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Members of the STS-107 crew take part in In-Flight Maintenance training for their mission. As a research mission, STS-107 will carry the SPACEHAB Double Module in its first research flight into space and a broad collection of experiments ranging from material science to life science. Looking over an experiment are (left to right) Mission Specialist David M. Brown and Laurel Clark (back to camera), Payload Specialist Ilan Ramon of Israel and Commander Rick D. Husband; Pilot William C. “Willie” McCool is behind them. Looking on are project engineers and scientists. At right are Mission Specialists Michael Anderson and Kalpana Chawla. STS-107 is scheduled to launch July 19, 2001 KSC-00pp1839

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Members of the STS-107 crew take part in In-Flight Maintenance training for their mission. One of the payload elements on the mission is the SPACEHAB Double Module in its first research flight into space. Checking equipment and paperwork inside the SPACEHAB Double Module are (left to right) Mission Specialist David M. Brown, Pilot William C. “Willie” McCool, Commander Rick D. Husband and Payload Specialist Ilan Ramon of Israel. STS-107 will carry a broad collection of experiments ranging from material science to life science. It is scheduled to launch July 19, 2001 KSC-00pp1848

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- As part of In-Flight Maintenance training at SPACEHAB, in Cape Canaveral, Fla., members of the STS-107 crew learn about Biological Research in Canisters (BRIC) experiments that will be on their mission. From left are Mission Specialist Kalpana Chawla, Pilot William C. “Willie” McCool, Mission Specialists Laurel Clark and Michael Anderson, Roberteen McCray of Bionetics, Commander Rick D. Husband,; Payload Specialist Ilan Ramon of Israel and Mission Specialist David M. Brown. STS-107 will carry a broad collection of experiments ranging from material science to life science. It is scheduled to launch July 19, 2001 KSC00pp1857