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Dog eat biscuit, animals.

Dog eat biscuit, animals.

The betrayal of Christ: as a reward Judas receives pieces of silver from the chief priests

The betrayal of Christ: as a reward Judas receives pieces of silver from the chief priests

The betrayal of Christ: as a reward Judas receives pieces of silver from the chief priests

The betrayal of Christ: as a reward Judas receives pieces of silver from the chief priests

Judas, holding his reward, goes out to betray Christ and is followed (entered) by Satan

Judas, holding his reward, goes out to betray Christ and is followed (entered) by Satan

Ownership note of Marye de Cambrye, wife of Quentin de Tolnare (or de Tollnaire) in 1582, with promise to pay reward if the book were returned to her.

Ownership note of Marye de Cambrye, wife of Quentin de Tolnare (or de Tollnaire) in 1582, with promise to pay reward if the book were returned to her.

The Diligent Worker Aspiring to the Righteousness of the Lord, from The Reward of Labour and Diligence, plate 3

The Diligent Worker Aspiring to the Righteousness of the Lord, from The Reward of Labour and Diligence, plate 3

Man Born to Toil, from The Reward of Labour and Diligence, plate 1

Man Born to Toil, from The Reward of Labour and Diligence, plate 1

The Reward of Cruelty

The Reward of Cruelty

The Reward of Cruelty

The Reward of Cruelty

The Reward of Cruelty

The Reward of Cruelty

The Reward of Cruelty (The Four Stages of Cruelty)

The Reward of Cruelty (The Four Stages of Cruelty)

The Reward of Cruelty (The Four Stages of Cruelty)

The Reward of Cruelty (The Four Stages of Cruelty)

By the Honourable Spencer Phips, Esq; Lieutenant-Governour and Commander in chief, in and over His Majesty’s Province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England. A proclamation [Offering a reward for the apprehension of Robert Howland and Fobes Lit

By the Honourable Spencer Phips, Esq; Lieutenant-Governour and Commander in chief, in and over His Majesty’s Province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England. A proclamation [Offering a reward for the apprehension of Robert Howland and Fobes Lit

One hundred and twenty dollars reward Major Christopher French, Ens. Joseph Moland, and the infamous Gurdon Whitmore, broke gaol and escaped this evening .... Barz. Hudson, Gaoler. December 27th, 1776. [s. l.]

One hundred and twenty dollars reward Major Christopher French, Ens. Joseph Moland, and the infamous Gurdon Whitmore, broke gaol and escaped this evening .... Barz. Hudson, Gaoler. December 27th, 1776. [s. l.]

Five hundred pounds reward. [For the capture of the Viginia built pilot boat St. Louis which has be seized and carried off by her crew] [Signed] Anthony Marmajou. Philadelphia 16th July 1778. Philadelphia: Printed by John Dunlap, in Market-stree

Five hundred pounds reward. [For the capture of the Viginia built pilot boat St. Louis which has be seized and carried off by her crew] [Signed] Anthony Marmajou. Philadelphia 16th July 1778. Philadelphia: Printed by John Dunlap, in Market-stree

Pennsylvania ss. By the President and the Supreme Executive Council of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. A proclamation [Offering a reward of three hundred pounds for the apprehension of the three persons who robbed Thomas Leaming of a sum of mo

Pennsylvania ss. By the President and the Supreme Executive Council of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. A proclamation [Offering a reward of three hundred pounds for the apprehension of the three persons who robbed Thomas Leaming of a sum of mo

Tarring and feathering - the reward of the enemies of Ireland / America invent. ; Hibernia fecit.

Tarring and feathering - the reward of the enemies of Ireland / America invent. ; Hibernia fecit.

[Proclamation by the State of Pennsylvania offering reward for Daniel Shays and 3 othe rebellion ringleaders. Signed by Benjamin Franklin]

[Proclamation by the State of Pennsylvania offering reward for Daniel Shays and 3 othe rebellion ringleaders. Signed by Benjamin Franklin]

The Reward of Cruelty

The Reward of Cruelty

Five hundred dollars reward. Proclamation, by the deputy-mayor of the City of New York. Whereas there is reason to apprehend that the fire on Wednesday night, the 1st instant, in Cheapside Street, was the effect of design ... offer a reward of f

Five hundred dollars reward. Proclamation, by the deputy-mayor of the City of New York. Whereas there is reason to apprehend that the fire on Wednesday night, the 1st instant, in Cheapside Street, was the effect of design ... offer a reward of f

500 dollars reward. Stop thief. Last night between ten & eleven o'clock, absconded from the schooner John of New-York, lying at Rockets a negro man named Jack Alford ... Ezra Sampson, Jr. Richmond, July 7, 1810.

500 dollars reward. Stop thief. Last night between ten & eleven o'clock, absconded from the schooner John of New-York, lying at Rockets a negro man named Jack Alford ... Ezra Sampson, Jr. Richmond, July 7, 1810.

50 dollars reward. Ran away from the subsriber, living in Prince George's County, near the Governor's Bridge, on the 26th of December, a bright mulatto boy, named Daniel ... Richard Duckett. March 30, 1826.

50 dollars reward. Ran away from the subsriber, living in Prince George's County, near the Governor's Bridge, on the 26th of December, a bright mulatto boy, named Daniel ... Richard Duckett. March 30, 1826.

100 dollars reward. Ran away from the subscriber, living near Charlestown, Jefferson County, Virginia, on the night of the 4th instant two negro men Robert & Lewis ... John Lock. October 6, 1834. Charlestown: Printed at the Virginia Free Press O

100 dollars reward. Ran away from the subscriber, living near Charlestown, Jefferson County, Virginia, on the night of the 4th instant two negro men Robert & Lewis ... John Lock. October 6, 1834. Charlestown: Printed at the Virginia Free Press O

$10 reward! lost, either in Alton City, or on the road between this place and Upper Alton, yesterday, a calf skin pocket book ... Lewis J. Clawson. Alton, Aug. 4, 1840.

$10 reward! lost, either in Alton City, or on the road between this place and Upper Alton, yesterday, a calf skin pocket book ... Lewis J. Clawson. Alton, Aug. 4, 1840.

$100 reward! escaped from the Illinois penitentiary, on the night of Friday, August 7, 1840, a convict named Hansel G. Horn ... I. Greathouse, Warden Ill's penitentiary. Alton, Aug. 8 ‘40.

$100 reward! escaped from the Illinois penitentiary, on the night of Friday, August 7, 1840, a convict named Hansel G. Horn ... I. Greathouse, Warden Ill's penitentiary. Alton, Aug. 8 ‘40.

Lost! strayed from the house of the subscriber, on Sunday evening the 15th instant, a young setter dog! He has on a chain collar with the owners name thereon. The dog was about 4 months old; and was fawn coloured and white. A liberal reward will

Lost! strayed from the house of the subscriber, on Sunday evening the 15th instant, a young setter dog! He has on a chain collar with the owners name thereon. The dog was about 4 months old; and was fawn coloured and white. A liberal reward will

5 dollars reward! Broke out, on the night of the 15th instant, from the pasture of Major C. W. Hunter, Alton 1 yoke of oxen! ... Alton. Printed at the "Telegraph" office May 16, 1840.

5 dollars reward! Broke out, on the night of the 15th instant, from the pasture of Major C. W. Hunter, Alton 1 yoke of oxen! ... Alton. Printed at the "Telegraph" office May 16, 1840.

$25 reward!! Stolen from the shop of the subscriber, in Alton, on Thursday, the 8thinstant, some 80 or 100 finger rings! ... John Hatch. Alton, Sept. 11, 1841.

$25 reward!! Stolen from the shop of the subscriber, in Alton, on Thursday, the 8thinstant, some 80 or 100 finger rings! ... John Hatch. Alton, Sept. 11, 1841.

$100 reward. The above reward will be given for the apprehension and conviction of the rascal or rascals, who entered the office of the undersigned, on the night of Saturday, the 20th instant, and attempted to force open their iron safe.

$100 reward. The above reward will be given for the apprehension and conviction of the rascal or rascals, who entered the office of the undersigned, on the night of Saturday, the 20th instant, and attempted to force open their iron safe.

$500 reward!! Whereas the clerk's office of the steamboat Patrick Henry, on her late voyage from Louisville to St. Louis, was broken open, and two packages stolen, containing $4,900 ... This is therefore to offer the above reward o

$500 reward!! Whereas the clerk's office of the steamboat Patrick Henry, on her late voyage from Louisville to St. Louis, was broken open, and two packages stolen, containing $4,900 ... This is therefore to offer the above reward o

75 dollars reward! Escaped from the Alton penitentiary, on the 20th inst. two convicts, Isaac Bell and Wm. B. Ledbetter ... Isaac Greathouse, Warden Illinois penitentiary. Alton, 23d May, 1842.

75 dollars reward! Escaped from the Alton penitentiary, on the 20th inst. two convicts, Isaac Bell and Wm. B. Ledbetter ... Isaac Greathouse, Warden Illinois penitentiary. Alton, 23d May, 1842.

The people's welfare my reward

The people's welfare my reward

Murder! $500 reward. A reward of $500 will be given for the apprehension, and safe delivery in the jail of Chillicothe of the murderer of Frederick Edwards, committed at Bourneville, Ross county, O. on the night of the 19th of Nove

Murder! $500 reward. A reward of $500 will be given for the apprehension, and safe delivery in the jail of Chillicothe of the murderer of Frederick Edwards, committed at Bourneville, Ross county, O. on the night of the 19th of Nove

$175 reward!! $100 reward will be given for Wilford J. Palmer, a convict escaped from the Illinois Penitentiary ... $50 reward will be given for Thomas White, a convict, that escaped from the Illinois Penitentiary ... {dolla

$175 reward!! $100 reward will be given for Wilford J. Palmer, a convict escaped from the Illinois Penitentiary ... $50 reward will be given for Thomas White, a convict, that escaped from the Illinois Penitentiary ... {dolla

A.- No. 66. Revision. State of New Jersey. An act to empower the Governor to offer a reward for the apprehension of certain offenders [1846?].

A.- No. 66. Revision. State of New Jersey. An act to empower the Governor to offer a reward for the apprehension of certain offenders [1846?].

$200 reward. Ranaway from the subscriber on the night of Thursday, the 30th of September. Five negro slaves ... Wm. Russell. St. Louis, Oct. 1, 1847.

$200 reward. Ranaway from the subscriber on the night of Thursday, the 30th of September. Five negro slaves ... Wm. Russell. St. Louis, Oct. 1, 1847.

[Poster offering fifty dollars reward for the capture of a runaway slave Stephen.]

[Poster offering fifty dollars reward for the capture of a runaway slave Stephen.]

$100 reward! Ranaway on the 27th of September last, from the farm of the Hon. Jeremiah Morton, to whom he was hired, in the county of Orange, near Racc on Ford, my negro man Osborne! ... Robert O. Grayson. Stevensburg, Culpeper Co., Va.,

$100 reward! Ranaway on the 27th of September last, from the farm of the Hon. Jeremiah Morton, to whom he was hired, in the county of Orange, near Racc on Ford, my negro man Osborne! ... Robert O. Grayson. Stevensburg, Culpeper Co., Va.,

200 dollars reward! Frank Camper, sallow complexion with black hair and hazel eyes ... Escaped from the penitentiary in Washington City this morning about 6 12 o'clock. Joseph Allemander ... A reward of $100 will be given for the sale del

200 dollars reward! Frank Camper, sallow complexion with black hair and hazel eyes ... Escaped from the penitentiary in Washington City this morning about 6 12 o'clock. Joseph Allemander ... A reward of $100 will be given for the sale del

$500 reward. A fraud was committed on the chemical bank, in this City, on the 30th inst. by means of forged checks ... J. Q. Jones. President of the Chemical Bank. New York, Aug. 30th, 1854.

$500 reward. A fraud was committed on the chemical bank, in this City, on the 30th inst. by means of forged checks ... J. Q. Jones. President of the Chemical Bank. New York, Aug. 30th, 1854.

$200 reward. Ranaway from the subscriber, living near Queen Anne, Prince George's country, Md., on the 17th of November, 1855, negro man Bill Brown ... Wm. W. Elliot. Nov. 28, 1855.

$200 reward. Ranaway from the subscriber, living near Queen Anne, Prince George's country, Md., on the 17th of November, 1855, negro man Bill Brown ... Wm. W. Elliot. Nov. 28, 1855.

$50 reward! Ran away from the subscriber, on Tuesday morning last May 15th, a negro calls himself John Butler .... Richard K. Lee. May 17, 1856.

$50 reward! Ran away from the subscriber, on Tuesday morning last May 15th, a negro calls himself John Butler .... Richard K. Lee. May 17, 1856.

$500 reward to the police and others. The above reward will be paid to any one who will furnish information as the whereabouts of a young lady who saved the life of an English Baronet, at St. Valerre sur Somme, in France, and who is now s

$500 reward to the police and others. The above reward will be paid to any one who will furnish information as the whereabouts of a young lady who saved the life of an English Baronet, at St. Valerre sur Somme, in France, and who is now s

Runaway reward poster

Runaway reward poster

$600 reward. Mayor's office. Washington, December 27th, 1859. Whereas it appears by the verdict of a corner's inquest that a homicide was committed in this city on Friday, the 23d instant, by a certain John Essex, and that a certain Charl

$600 reward. Mayor's office. Washington, December 27th, 1859. Whereas it appears by the verdict of a corner's inquest that a homicide was committed in this city on Friday, the 23d instant, by a certain John Essex, and that a certain Charl

$200 reward! The sum of two hundred dollars will be paid for the arrest and return of William Wells, who escaped from the U. S. Penitentiary December 26, 1860 ... C. P. Sengstack, warden. [Washington, D. C. 1860].

$200 reward! The sum of two hundred dollars will be paid for the arrest and return of William Wells, who escaped from the U. S. Penitentiary December 26, 1860 ... C. P. Sengstack, warden. [Washington, D. C. 1860].

$1,500 reward! New York and Erie railroad. Receiver's office. New York, November 22, 1860. To bankers, brokers, and others. The ticket office of the New York and Erie railroad at Jersey City, was robbed on the 11th November, inst., of abo

$1,500 reward! New York and Erie railroad. Receiver's office. New York, November 22, 1860. To bankers, brokers, and others. The ticket office of the New York and Erie railroad at Jersey City, was robbed on the 11th November, inst., of abo

$1,1000 reward. A reward of eleven hundred dollars is hereby offered for the apprehension and return to the United States penitentiary in the District of Columbia of the convicts, James Wilson, Major S. McDonald, George W. Johnson, and Jo

$1,1000 reward. A reward of eleven hundred dollars is hereby offered for the apprehension and return to the United States penitentiary in the District of Columbia of the convicts, James Wilson, Major S. McDonald, George W. Johnson, and Jo

15 dollars reward. Strayed or stolen, on Sunday evening the 17th instant, a large well-built bay horse, 16 hands high ... Any information leading to the recovery of the above property will be received and the said reward paid, by calling at hous

15 dollars reward. Strayed or stolen, on Sunday evening the 17th instant, a large well-built bay horse, 16 hands high ... Any information leading to the recovery of the above property will be received and the said reward paid, by calling at hous

$500 reward. The subscribers, Selectmen of Reading, in behalf of said town, hereby offer a reward of five hundred dollars to any person who shall give information that may lead to the detection and conviction of the person or persons who

$500 reward. The subscribers, Selectmen of Reading, in behalf of said town, hereby offer a reward of five hundred dollars to any person who shall give information that may lead to the detection and conviction of the person or persons who

$200.00 reward! The subscribers, Selectmen of Reading, in behalf of said Town, hereby offer a reward of two hundred dollars, for the detection and conviction of the person or persons who took seven cases of shoes from the store of Caleb D

$200.00 reward! The subscribers, Selectmen of Reading, in behalf of said Town, hereby offer a reward of two hundred dollars, for the detection and conviction of the person or persons who took seven cases of shoes from the store of Caleb D

$30,000 reward. Description of John Wilkes Booth! who assassinated the President on the evening of April 14th, 1865 ... Description of the person who attempted to assassinate Hon. W. H. Seward, Secretary of state ... The Common council of

$30,000 reward. Description of John Wilkes Booth! who assassinated the President on the evening of April 14th, 1865 ... Description of the person who attempted to assassinate Hon. W. H. Seward, Secretary of state ... The Common council of

$100,000 reward! The murderer of our late beloved President, Abraham Lincoln, is still at large.

$100,000 reward! The murderer of our late beloved President, Abraham Lincoln, is still at large.

$100,000 reward! The murderer of our late beloved President, Abraham Lincoln, is still at large.

$100,000 reward! The murderer of our late beloved President, Abraham Lincoln, is still at large.

$200.00 reward! The subscribers, Selectmen of Reading, in behalf of said town, hereby offer a reward of two hundred dollars for the detention and conviction of the person or persons who set fire to the cabinet shop of George W. Grouard on

$200.00 reward! The subscribers, Selectmen of Reading, in behalf of said town, hereby offer a reward of two hundred dollars for the detention and conviction of the person or persons who set fire to the cabinet shop of George W. Grouard on

$300.00 reward! The subscribers, selectmen of Reading, in behalf of said town, hereby offer a reward of three hundred dollars for the detection and conviction of the person or persons who broke and entered the dwellings of Joseph S. Templ

$300.00 reward! The subscribers, selectmen of Reading, in behalf of said town, hereby offer a reward of three hundred dollars for the detection and conviction of the person or persons who broke and entered the dwellings of Joseph S. Templ

$500 - reward - $500. The subscribers, selectmen of the Town of Reading, in behalf of said town, hereby offer a reward of five hundred dollars for the detection and conviction of the person or persons who committed an assault on Ho

$500 - reward - $500. The subscribers, selectmen of the Town of Reading, in behalf of said town, hereby offer a reward of five hundred dollars for the detection and conviction of the person or persons who committed an assault on Ho

$500 reward. The subscribers, Selectmen of Reading, in behalf of the town, hereby offer a reward of five hundred dollars for the detection and conviction of the person or persons who wilfully and maliciously set fire to the dwelling house

$500 reward. The subscribers, Selectmen of Reading, in behalf of the town, hereby offer a reward of five hundred dollars for the detection and conviction of the person or persons who wilfully and maliciously set fire to the dwelling house

$300 reward. The subscribers, Selectmen of Reading, in behalf of the town, hereby offer a reward of three hundred dollars for the detection and conviction of the person or persons who wilfully and maliciously set fire to the stable on Ell

$300 reward. The subscribers, Selectmen of Reading, in behalf of the town, hereby offer a reward of three hundred dollars for the detection and conviction of the person or persons who wilfully and maliciously set fire to the stable on Ell

$300 reward. The subscribers, Selectmen of Reading, in behalf of the town, hereby offer a reward of three hundred dollars for the arrest and conviction of the person who assaulted Miss Gertie Stimpson on Wednesday, March 11th, 1885 ... Se

$300 reward. The subscribers, Selectmen of Reading, in behalf of the town, hereby offer a reward of three hundred dollars for the arrest and conviction of the person who assaulted Miss Gertie Stimpson on Wednesday, March 11th, 1885 ... Se

$25.00 reward, for the arrest and conviction of John O'Brien, alias Galliger, alias Murphy

$25.00 reward, for the arrest and conviction of John O'Brien, alias Galliger, alias Murphy

The milkman's reward for good mesaure

The milkman's reward for good mesaure

Why the sheriff is a bachelor The fragile reward of duty.

Why the sheriff is a bachelor The fragile reward of duty.

Winners! Winners of the Navy Day essay contest, conducted under the auspices of the Indiana Navy Committee and Daughters of the American Revolution, called upon Secretary of the Navy Wilbur today with the National Chairman for Navy Day, Mr. Walter Bruce Bow. The winners Miss Martha M. Thompson of Warren, Indiana and Robert D. Hammer of Indianapolis were given a trip to Washington as a reward for standing first. In the group left to right, are: Secretary Wilbur, Miss Thompson, Mr. Hamner and Admiral Charles F. Hughes

Winners! Winners of the Navy Day essay contest, conducted under the auspices of the Indiana Navy Committee and Daughters of the American Revolution, called upon Secretary of the Navy Wilbur today with the National Chairman for Navy Day, Mr. Walter Bruce Bow. The winners Miss Martha M. Thompson of Warren, Indiana and Robert D. Hammer of Indianapolis were given a trip to Washington as a reward for standing first. In the group left to right, are: Secretary Wilbur, Miss Thompson, Mr. Hamner and Admiral Charles F. Hughes

U.S. Flyers win Mackay Award. Washington, D.C., May 8. Nine officers and enlisted men of the U.S. Air Corps were today presented with the Mackay trophy for 1936 as a reward for the heroic flight under unfavorable weather conditions from Langley Field, Va., to Allecan, Mich., last August. The trophy, which is awarded annually for the most meritorious air plane flight of the year, was presented to the flyers at Bolling Field, D.C., by Maj. Gen. Malin Craig, U.S. Chief of Staff. In the photograph, left to right: Sergt. Frank B. Connor; Capt. Richard D. Nugent; Lieut. Edwin G. Simenson; Charles F. Horner, President of the National Aeronautic Association; Maj. Gen. Malin Craig; Lieut. Burton W. Armstrong; Lieut. Herbert Morgan, Jr.; and Lieut. William P. Ragsdale, 5/8/1937

U.S. Flyers win Mackay Award. Washington, D.C., May 8. Nine officers and enlisted men of the U.S. Air Corps were today presented with the Mackay trophy for 1936 as a reward for the heroic flight under unfavorable weather conditions from Langley Field, Va., to Allecan, Mich., last August. The trophy, which is awarded annually for the most meritorious air plane flight of the year, was presented to the flyers at Bolling Field, D.C., by Maj. Gen. Malin Craig, U.S. Chief of Staff. In the photograph, left to right: Sergt. Frank B. Connor; Capt. Richard D. Nugent; Lieut. Edwin G. Simenson; Charles F. Horner, President of the National Aeronautic Association; Maj. Gen. Malin Craig; Lieut. Burton W. Armstrong; Lieut. Herbert Morgan, Jr.; and Lieut. William P. Ragsdale, 5/8/1937

$5,000 reward

$5,000 reward

[Businesswoman Elizabeth Graham, (better known as Elizabeth Arden), poses with her race horse, Jewel's Reward] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Bill Greene.

[Businesswoman Elizabeth Graham, (better known as Elizabeth Arden), poses with her race horse, Jewel's Reward] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Bill Greene.

Work dilligently [sic] with integrity-- you'll get your just reward!!

Work dilligently [sic] with integrity-- you'll get your just reward!!

A Navy trainer feeds a sea lion its reward following the animal's dive to locate practice mines from the ocean. The sea lion is especially trained to participate in the Navy's fleet-deployed unit, the Mark 5 Marine Mammal System, which is used by Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Units 3 and 4 to locate and mark underwater practice mines for recovery

A Navy trainer feeds a sea lion its reward following the animal's dive to locate practice mines from the ocean. The sea lion is especially trained to participate in the Navy's fleet-deployed unit, the Mark 5 Marine Mammal System, which is used by Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Units 3 and 4 to locate and mark underwater practice mines for recovery

SENIOR CHIEF Torpedoman Valerie Langstaff, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Group Three, uses food as a reward as she works with Loma, an Atlantic Bottlenose dolphin being trained for EOD assignments

SENIOR CHIEF Torpedoman Valerie Langstaff, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Group Three, uses food as a reward as she works with Loma, an Atlantic Bottlenose dolphin being trained for EOD assignments

SENIOR CHIEF Torpedoman Valerie Langstaff, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Group Three, uses food as a reward as she works with Loma, an Atlantic Bottlenose dolphin being trained for EOD assignments

SENIOR CHIEF Torpedoman Valerie Langstaff, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Group Three, uses food as a reward as she works with Loma, an Atlantic Bottlenose dolphin being trained for EOD assignments

SENIOR CHIEF Torpedoman Valerie Langstaff, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Group Three, uses food as a reward as she works with Loma, an Atlantic Bottlenose dolphin being trained for EOD assignments

SENIOR CHIEF Torpedoman Valerie Langstaff, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Group Three, uses food as a reward as she works with Loma, an Atlantic Bottlenose dolphin being trained for EOD assignments

SENIOR CHIEF Torpedoman Valerie Langstaff, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Group Three, uses food as a reward as she works with Loma, an Atlantic Bottlenose dolphin being trained for EOD assignments

SENIOR CHIEF Torpedoman Valerie Langstaff, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Group Three, uses food as a reward as she works with Loma, an Atlantic Bottlenose dolphin being trained for EOD assignments

SENIOR CHIEF Torpedoman Valerie Langstaff, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Group Three, uses food as a reward as she works with Loma, an Atlantic Bottlenose dolphin being trained for EOD assignments

SENIOR CHIEF Torpedoman Valerie Langstaff, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Group Three, uses food as a reward as she works with Loma, an Atlantic Bottlenose dolphin being trained for EOD assignments

SENIOR CHIEF Torpedoman Valerie Langstaff, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Group Three, uses food as a reward as she works with Loma, an Atlantic Bottlenose dolphin being trained for EOD assignments

SENIOR CHIEF Torpedoman Valerie Langstaff, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Group Three, uses food as a reward as she works with Loma, an Atlantic Bottlenose dolphin being trained for EOD assignments

SENIOR CHIEF Torpedoman Valerie Langstaff, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Group Three, uses food as a reward as she works with Loma, an Atlantic Bottlenose dolphin being trained for EOD assignments

SENIOR CHIEF Torpedoman Valerie Langstaff, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Group Three, uses food as a reward as she works with Loma, an Atlantic Bottlenose dolphin being trained for EOD assignments

SENIOR CHIEF Torpedoman Valerie Langstaff, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Group Three, uses food as a reward as she works with Loma, an Atlantic Bottlenose dolphin being trained for EOD assignments

SENIOR CHIEF Torpedoman Valerie Langstaff, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Group Three, uses food as a reward as she works with Loma, an Atlantic Bottlenose dolphin being trained for EOD assignments

SENIOR CHIEF Torpedoman Valerie Langstaff, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Group Three, uses food as a reward as she works with Loma, an Atlantic Bottlenose dolphin being trained for EOD assignments

SENIOR CHIEF Torpedoman Valerie Langstaff, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Group Three, uses food as a reward as she works with Loma, an Atlantic Bottlenose dolphin being trained for EOD assignments

SENIOR CHIEF Torpedoman Valerie Langstaff, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Group Three, uses food as a reward as she works with Loma, an Atlantic Bottlenose dolphin being trained for EOD assignments

SENIOR CHIEF Torpedoman Valerie Langstaff, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Group Three, uses food as a reward as she works with Loma, an Atlantic Bottlenose dolphin being trained for EOD assignments

SENIOR CHIEF Torpedoman Valerie Langstaff, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Group Three, uses food as a reward as she works with Loma, an Atlantic Bottlenose dolphin being trained for EOD assignments

SENIOR CHIEF Torpedoman Valerie Langstaff, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Group Three, uses food as a reward as she works with Loma, an Atlantic Bottlenose dolphin being trained for EOD assignments

SENIOR CHIEF Torpedoman Valerie Langstaff, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Group Three, uses food as a reward as she works with Loma, an Atlantic Bottlenose dolphin being trained for EOD assignments

SENIOR CHIEF Torpedoman Valerie Langstaff, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Group Three, uses food as a reward as she works with Loma, an Atlantic Bottlenose dolphin being trained for EOD assignments

Military Photographer of the Year Winner 1999 TITLE: "Herndon" CATEGORY: Portfolio PLACE: First Place Portfolio CAPTION INFORMATION: The goal sounds simple enough: working together, scale a 21-foot monument that is covered with lard, and fetch a Navy hat from atop. Still, it usually takes the Annapolis Naval Academy midshipmen hours to do it. The event is designed to reward students on finishing the plebe year. IMAGE FILE #DD-SP-01-0034

Military Photographer of the Year Winner 1999 TITLE: "Herndon" CATEGORY: Portfolio PLACE: First Place Portfolio CAPTION INFORMATION: The goal sounds simple enough: working together, scale a 21-foot monument that is covered with lard, and fetch a Navy hat from atop. Still, it usually takes the Annapolis Naval Academy midshipmen hours to do it. The event is designed to reward students on finishing the plebe year. IMAGE FILE #DD-SP-01-0034

Kie, of MTV's Road Rules 10 practices comb tactics training wearing MILES (Multiple Integred laser Engagement System) gear Fort Dix, New Jersey. MTVs Road Rules 10 (dubbed "The Quest") cast members spent two days Fort Dix with the Air Mobility Warfare Centers 421st Ground Comb Readiness Squadron, training and testing as a medic augmention team in a humanitarian medical relief scenario to the fictional country of Ozlahnd. They then spent a day McGuire AFB observing a refueling mission. This is their last challenge "to discover the virtue of perseverance." The last of ten virtues learned through challenges over the season before they can receive their "handsome reward"...

Kie, of MTV's Road Rules 10 practices comb tactics training wearing MILES (Multiple Integred laser Engagement System) gear Fort Dix, New Jersey. MTVs Road Rules 10 (dubbed "The Quest") cast members spent two days Fort Dix with the Air Mobility Warfare Centers 421st Ground Comb Readiness Squadron, training and testing as a medic augmention team in a humanitarian medical relief scenario to the fictional country of Ozlahnd. They then spent a day McGuire AFB observing a refueling mission. This is their last challenge "to discover the virtue of perseverance." The last of ten virtues learned through challenges over the season before they can receive their "handsome reward"...

US Army (USA) Private First Class (PFC) Mark Williams, 1-505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, man's a defensive perimeter position, armed with a M136 light anti-armor weapon, during a medical assistance mission in the town of Keyki, Afghanistan, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. The medical assistance mission was conducted as a reward for the local residents, for not interfering with forces that are conducting a sensitive site exploration in the caves surrounding the town

US Army (USA) Private First Class (PFC) Mark Williams, 1-505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, man's a defensive perimeter position, armed with a M136 light anti-armor weapon, during a medical assistance mission in the town of Keyki, Afghanistan, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. The medical assistance mission was conducted as a reward for the local residents, for not interfering with forces that are conducting a sensitive site exploration in the caves surrounding the town

US Army (USA) STAFF Sergeant (SSG) Anthony Saunders, a medic assigned to the 1-505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, kneels to allow USA Captain (CPT) Todd Fleming, 401st Civil Affairs Battalion (CAB), access to the field radio, as they establish a perimeter at a village located near Keyki, Afghanistan, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. The medical assistance mission was conducted as a reward for the local residents for not interfering with forces that are conducting a sensitive site exploration in the caves surrounding the town

US Army (USA) STAFF Sergeant (SSG) Anthony Saunders, a medic assigned to the 1-505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, kneels to allow USA Captain (CPT) Todd Fleming, 401st Civil Affairs Battalion (CAB), access to the field radio, as they establish a perimeter at a village located near Keyki, Afghanistan, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. The medical assistance mission was conducted as a reward for the local residents for not interfering with forces that are conducting a sensitive site exploration in the caves surrounding the town

US Army (USA) Specialists Estevan Garcia, a medic assigned to the 1-505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, slings his 5.56mm M4 carbine, in order to prepare his medical bag, during a medical assistance mission conducted in a village located near Keyki, Afghanistan, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. The medical assistance mission was conducted as a reward for the local residents, for not interfering with forces that are conducting a sensitive site exploration in the caves surrounding the town

US Army (USA) Specialists Estevan Garcia, a medic assigned to the 1-505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, slings his 5.56mm M4 carbine, in order to prepare his medical bag, during a medical assistance mission conducted in a village located near Keyki, Afghanistan, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. The medical assistance mission was conducted as a reward for the local residents, for not interfering with forces that are conducting a sensitive site exploration in the caves surrounding the town

US Army (USA) Specialists Estevan Garcia, a medic assigned to the 1-505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, uses a bag of sterile solution to flush the eyes of a young boy infected with pink eye during a medical assistance mission in the town of Keyki, Afghanistan, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. The medical assistance mission was conducted as a reward for the local residents, for not interfering with forces that are conducting a sensitive site exploration in the caves surrounding the town

US Army (USA) Specialists Estevan Garcia, a medic assigned to the 1-505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, uses a bag of sterile solution to flush the eyes of a young boy infected with pink eye during a medical assistance mission in the town of Keyki, Afghanistan, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. The medical assistance mission was conducted as a reward for the local residents, for not interfering with forces that are conducting a sensitive site exploration in the caves surrounding the town

US Army (USA) Specialists Estevan Garcia and STAFF Sergeant (SSG) Anthony Saunders, both medical personnel from the 1-505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, carry their 5.56mm M4 carbines, as they establish a perimeter at a village located near Keyki, Afghanistan, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. The medical assistance mission was conducted as a reward for the local residents for not interfering with forces that are conducting a sensitive site exploration in the caves surrounding the town

US Army (USA) Specialists Estevan Garcia and STAFF Sergeant (SSG) Anthony Saunders, both medical personnel from the 1-505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, carry their 5.56mm M4 carbines, as they establish a perimeter at a village located near Keyki, Afghanistan, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. The medical assistance mission was conducted as a reward for the local residents for not interfering with forces that are conducting a sensitive site exploration in the caves surrounding the town

US Army (USA) Soldiers assigned to1-505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, rest next to a structure, as they man a security perimeter during a medical assistance mission in the town of Keyki, Afghanistan, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. The medical assistance mission was conducted as a reward for the local residents, for not interfering with forces that are conducting a sensitive site exploration in the caves surrounding the town

US Army (USA) Soldiers assigned to1-505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, rest next to a structure, as they man a security perimeter during a medical assistance mission in the town of Keyki, Afghanistan, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. The medical assistance mission was conducted as a reward for the local residents, for not interfering with forces that are conducting a sensitive site exploration in the caves surrounding the town

A US Army (USA) CH-47 Chinook helicopter prepares to evacuate personnel from the 1-505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, after they completed a medical assistance mission in the town of Keyki, Afghanistan, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. The medical assistance mission was conducted as a reward for the local residents, for not interfering with forces that are conducting a sensitive site exploration in the caves surrounding the town

A US Army (USA) CH-47 Chinook helicopter prepares to evacuate personnel from the 1-505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, after they completed a medical assistance mission in the town of Keyki, Afghanistan, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. The medical assistance mission was conducted as a reward for the local residents, for not interfering with forces that are conducting a sensitive site exploration in the caves surrounding the town

An interpreter working with US Army (USA) Soldiers assigned to 1-505th Parachute Infantry Regiment uses a loud speaker to address local residents, during a medical assistance mission in the town of Keyki, Afghanistan, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. The medical assistance mission was conducted as a reward for the local residents, for not interfering with forces that are conducting a sensitive site exploration in the caves surrounding the town

An interpreter working with US Army (USA) Soldiers assigned to 1-505th Parachute Infantry Regiment uses a loud speaker to address local residents, during a medical assistance mission in the town of Keyki, Afghanistan, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. The medical assistance mission was conducted as a reward for the local residents, for not interfering with forces that are conducting a sensitive site exploration in the caves surrounding the town

Team leaders from the Stabilization Force (SFOR) Bosnia discuss operations procedure during a search for information regarding Persons Indicted for War Crimes (PIFWC) in the town of Pale, Bosnia during Operation JOINT FORGE. The subject of the search is Radovan Karadjic, who has a $5 Million Dollar reward on his head and evaded capture since 1995. He was the former Serbian President in Bosnia

Team leaders from the Stabilization Force (SFOR) Bosnia discuss operations procedure during a search for information regarding Persons Indicted for War Crimes (PIFWC) in the town of Pale, Bosnia during Operation JOINT FORGE. The subject of the search is Radovan Karadjic, who has a $5 Million Dollar reward on his head and evaded capture since 1995. He was the former Serbian President in Bosnia

Three US Navy (USN) Sailors from the Aircraft Carrier, USS KITTY HAWK (CV 63) (not shown), have caricatures drawn of themselves by Japanese Artist Mr. Kage Nakanishi (foreground), while on a Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) tour of the Venus Fort Mall, located in Tokyo, Japan. Forty KITTY HAWK Sailors participated in a free tour of Tokyo provided by the ships MWR Department as a reward for superior performance in the workplace

Three US Navy (USN) Sailors from the Aircraft Carrier, USS KITTY HAWK (CV 63) (not shown), have caricatures drawn of themselves by Japanese Artist Mr. Kage Nakanishi (foreground), while on a Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) tour of the Venus Fort Mall, located in Tokyo, Japan. Forty KITTY HAWK Sailors participated in a free tour of Tokyo provided by the ships MWR Department as a reward for superior performance in the workplace

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