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Technician. Miss Edna Smith, Bacterial-Logical Technician in the Public Health service, photographed as she is working with the effect of irradiation of bacterial. 10/29/35

First CCC appointed to Civil Service rolls received by Director Fechner. Washington D.C. March 3. Elbert Jackson Lester, the first CCC enrollee to be appointed to the recently created civil service position of junior assistant to technician, was today presented to Robert Fechner, Director of the Civil Conservation Corps. Twenty-two years of age, Lester is a native of East Radford, Virginia, and has been assigned to Camp Roosevelt, Va., the first CCC Camp established. In the photograph, left: Fred Morrell, Assistant Chief of Emergency Conservation Work for the Department of Agriculture, and on the right, Conrad Wirth, Assistant Director of National Park Service, 3/3/1937

Electronics technician, Goodyear Aircraft Corp., Akron, Ohio

Photograph of Wildlife Technician Jerome Stoudt Examining the Fruiting Head of Wild Rice

Triboro Hospital for Tuberculosis, Parsons Blvd., Jamaica, New York. Fluoroscopy room, with technician

Ralph W.E. Webb, laboratory technician

Chicago, Illinois. Provident Hospital. Miss Irene Hill, nurse technician, taking baby to be x-rayed

Chicago, Illinois. Provident Hospital. Laboratory technician

Eleven Mile Corner, Arizona. Cairns General Hospital, FSA (Farm Security Administration) farm workers' community. Laboratory technician

Chicago, Illinois. Provident Hospital. Miss Irene Hill, nurse technician in the radiology department

Chicago, Illinois. Provident Hospital. Laboratory technician

Washington, D.C. Foreign students at the international student assembly recording short talks in their native language to be broadcast by shortwave, after censorship by the Office of War Information (OWI), to Nazi-held territory. Toy speaking Norwegian. The recording technician is in the background

Chicago, Illinois. Provident Hospital. Laboratory technician

Mr. Thomas Dorsey, radio technician, in Green's radio and electrical store. Mr. Dorsey is an expert radio repairman and studied at the Tilden technical school in Chicago, Illinois

Production. Tin smelting. This young technician is using a laboratory balance to determine the amount of tin remaining in slag from the furnaces of a large Southern smelter which extracts the pure metal from South American ore. Accurate laboratory control is one of the important reasons why the percentage of metal recovery at the plant is remarkably high

Production. B-17F heavy bombers. A woman plane construction technician fits the bombsight mount of a B-17F heavy bomber nearing completion at the Long Beach, California, plant of the Douglas Aircraft Company. The mount will carry the world's deadliest bombsight. Better known as the "Flying Fortress," the B-17F is a later model B-17, which distinguished itself in action in the South Pacific, over Germany and elsewhere. It is a long range, high altitude, heavy bomber with a crew of seven to nine men with armament sufficient to defend itself on daylight missions

Eleven Mile Corner, Arizona. Cairns General Hospital. FSA (Farm Security Administration) farm workers' community. Laboratory technician

Washington, D.C. Foreign students at the international student assembly recording short talks in their native language to be broadcast by shortwave, after censorship by the Office of War Information (OWI), to Nazi-held territory. Toy speaking Norwegian. The recording technician is in the background

Production. Tin smelting. This young technician is using a laboratory balance to determine the amount of tin remaining in slag from the furnaces of a large Southern smelter which extracts the pure metal from South American ore. Accurate laboratory control is one of the important reasons why the percentage of metal recovery at the plant is remarkably high

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Anthony D. Bartholomol, Technician, Fifth Grade, working on a lithographic press used for map reproductions

United States "lend-lease" program in eastern India. An Indian technician makes a final check on a clinometer, a field fire control instrument of great accuracy, at the world's oldest precision instrument factory "somewhere in India." Almost every step in the manufacture of this instrument is facilitated by lend-lease

New York, New York. Backstage lighting technician at the Hurricane

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Anthony D. Bartholomol, Technician, Fifth Grade, working on a lithographic press used for map reproductions

Chicago, Illinois. Subsistence research laboratory of the U.S. Army quartermaster depot. E.A. Vaupel, baking technician and cereal chemist making pH activity test on ration biscuits

37-inch cyclotron, technician at control panel. Photo taken 2/04/1943. 37"-5. Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project

NACA Technician Cleans a Ramjet in 8- by 6-Foot Supersonic Wind Tunnel

ANIMALS IN ROCKET FLIGHT

ANIMALS IN ROCKET FLIGHT
ANIMALS IN ROCKET FLIGHT

184-inch cyclotron magnet shim. Close up showing steps with technician. Photo taken 5/20/1954. 184"-1277 Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project

184-inch cyclotron. Overall view of shims. Close up showing steps with technician. Photo taken 5/20/1954. 184"-1278 Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project

184-inch cyclotron magnet shim, technician removing section. Photo taken 5/20/1954. 184"-1276 Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project

Technician setting up RCA Television Camera

Technician operating bubble chamber scanner. Patent release 5/12/1960. Photograph taken December 3, 1959. Bubble Chamber-844

Technician with the 72-inch bubble chamber microscope measuring apparatus. Photograph taken December 6, 1961. Bubble Chamber-1083A - Photographer: George Kagawa

Designed and built by Mechanical Technician Duane Newhart, this 300-ton hydraulic press can exert up to 4 million pounds of pressure per square inch. Morgue 1961-46 (P-5) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Astronaut John Glenn and technician examine interior of Liberty Bell 7

NASA Engineer and Technician Instrument Zero Gravity Spheres

Astronaut Scott Carpenter and technician Joe Schmidt during suiting exercise

Photograph of the Suit Technician Checking Astronaut M. Scott Carpenter's Spacesuit Prior to Aurora 7 Launch

Photograph of a Suit Technician Adjusting Astronaut Malcolm Scott Carpenter's Collar Prior to Aurora 7 Launch

The crew of an RA-3B Skywarrior aircraft prepares to depart on a mission in the Caribbean. The men, from Light Photographic Squadron 62 (VFP-62), are from left to right: Lieutenant (LT) Herbert Nichols, pilot; LT Rodney Jenkins, navigator; and PH1 Jack D Carter, photographic technician

Photograph of a NASA Technician Emerging from a New Space Environment Simulator

Spiral reader with technician. Photograph taken April 25, 1966. Bubble Chamber-1712 - Photographer: George Kagawa

West main motor generator set pole piece dove tail failure discovered by electronics technician Willie Thompson during a routine inspection. Photo taken December 19, 1966. Bevatron-4134 – Photographer: Doug McWilliams

KSC-66C-1850 Gemini 8 Astronaut Neil Armstrong is aided by Suit Technician Jim Garrepy, during preparations for today’s Gemini 8 Mission (jrs) 104-KSC-66C-1850

KSC-66C-1849 Gemini 8 Astronaut Neil Armstrong is aided by Suit Technician Jim Garrepy, during preparations for Gemini 8 Mission (jrs) 104-KSC-66C-1849

A technician places two inflight pens and a penlight in the spacesuit pocket of Frank Borman, Apollo 8 commander. In approximately four hours, Borman and fellow Apollo 8 astronauts James Lovell and William Anders are scheduled to lift off on a lunar orbiting mission

A view of the enlisted berthing area aboard the heavy cruiser USS BOSTON (CA-69) as Fire Control Technician Third Class (FTM3) "Mac" McDaniel takes a break, during the ships transit to Vietnam

Prelaunch - Apollo 10

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Apollo 11 Command Module Pilot Michael Collins appears to be explaining a point about his spacesuit glove to technician Joe Schmitt during suiting operations in the Manned Spacecraft Operations Building prior to the astronauts' departure to Launch Pad 39A. The three astronauts, Edwin E. Aldrin Jr., Neil A. Armstrong and Michael Collins will then board the Saturn V launch vehicle, scheduled for a 9:32 a.m. EDT liftoff for the first manned lunar landing. KSC-69PC-373

Apollo 11 Commander Neil Armstrong is looking over flight plans while being assisted by a spacesuit technician during suiting operations in the Manned Spacecraft Operations Building (MSOB) prior to the astronauts' departure to Launch Pad 39A. The three astronauts, Edwin E. Aldrin Jr., Neil A. Armstrong and Michael Collins will then board the Saturn V launch vehicle, scheduled for a 9:32 a.m. EDT liftoff, for the first manned lunar landing mission ksc-69pc-376

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Astronauts Neil A. Armstrong (front) and Edwin E. Aldrin Jr. walk across the mobile launcher to enter their Apollo 11 spacecraft. Along with them is Joe Schmidt, a suit technician from Johnson Space Center. Not shown is the third member of the crew, astronaut Michael Collins. Liftoff of Apollo 11 is scheduled at 9:32 a.m. EDT from Pad 39A, which will begin man's first lunar landing mission. KSC-69PC-399

Apollo 11 Commander Neil Armstrong prepares to put on his helmet with the assistance of a spacesuit technician during suiting operations in the Manned Spacecraft Operations Building (MSOB) prior to the astronauts' departure to Launch Pad 39A. The three astronauts, Edwin E. Aldrin Jr., Neil A Armstrong and Michael Collins, will then board the Saturn V launch vehicle, scheduled for a 9:32 a.m. EDT liftoff, for the first manned lunar landing mission ksc-69pc-377

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Apollo 11 astronaut Edwin E. Aldrin Jr. is being assisted by a spacesuit technician during suiting operations in the Manned Spacecraft Operations Building prior to the astronauts' departure to Launch Pad 39A. The three astronauts, Edwin E. Aldrin Jr., Neil A Armstrong and Michael Collins, will then board the Saturn V launch vehicle, scheduled for a 9:32 a.m. EDT liftoff for the first manned lunar landing mission. KSC-69PC-381

A weapons development technician from Naval Ordnance Station, Louisville, Ky., test fires a Mark 16/Mod 5 20mm machine gun mounted on a Mark 68/Mod 1 gun mount

A weapons development technician from Naval Ordnance Station, Louisville, Kentucky, test fires a Mark 16/Mod 5 20 mm machine gun mounted on a Mark 68/Mod 1 gun mount

PH2 Landenberger Naval Air Station, Sigonella, Italy....CHIEF Cryptologic Technician Terry L. Bond looks on as Cryptologic Technician 3rd Class James R. Wasilowski runs through a program on the Armed Forces Courier Station's computer. OFFICIAL U.S. NAVY PHOTO (RELEASED)

PH2 Landenberger Naval Air Station, Sigonella, Italy....CHIEF Warrant Officer 2 Gilbert C. Neidig, officer-in-charge, Armed Forces Courier Station, and SENIOR CHIEF Cryptologic Technician Gary J. Gentle, foreground, look over the daily paper work. OFFICIAL U.S. NAVY PHOTO (RELEASED)

Food Lab - Technician - MSC

Food Lab - Technician - MSC

Food Lab - Technician - MSC

Food Lab - Technician - MSC

A weapons development technician from Naval Ordnance Station, Louisville, Kentucky, looks over sections of linked 20 mm ammunition laid out beside a Mark 16/Mod 5 20 mm machine gun mounted on a Mark 67/Mod 1 gun mount. The weapon has been brought to Fort Knox for test firing

A weapons development technician from Naval Ordnance Station, Louisville, Kentucky, elevates the barrel of a Mark 16/Mod 5 20 mm machine gun mounted on a Mark 67/Mod 1 gun mountas part of the weapon's test firing and evaluation

A female U.S. Army audiovisual technician inspects developed film

Former POW and U.S. Air Force SSGT Roy Madden Jr. has a blood sample taken by a medical technician in his hospital bed at the Grant Medical Center. SSGT Madden was captured on 22 Dec 72 and released by the North Vietnamese in Hanoi 12 Feb 73

Former POW and U.S. Air Force CPT Lynn E. Guenther is x-rayed by a technician in the Grant Medical Center. CPT Guenther was captured on 26 Dec 71 and released by the North Vietnamese in Hanoi on 12 Feb 73

A US Army audiovisual technician stands beside a videotape editing console

A female U.S. Army audiovisual technician stands beside a videotape editing console

Practical Oblique Wing Test-026) in 11ft w.t. overhead view with technician ARC-1975-AC75-0451

A Marine medical technician takes a patient's blood pressure at a temporary housing facility for Vietnamese refugees

SMSGT Richard Lowe, an aerospace ground equipment/vehicle technician with the 148th Mobile Communication Squadron, uses the telephone in his office. Lowe is working on an Air National Guard (ANG) vehicle acquisition project that he initiated. The project will save the Air Force about seven million dollars

Thomas Bowidewics, a Navy electronics technician, exits a C-141 Starlifter aircraft as Army and Navy representatives stand by to greet him upon his return from captivity. Bowiedwics was kidnapped by Eritrean rebels in Ethiopia

Thomas Bowidewics, a Navy electronics technician, and David Strickland, US Army, are greeted by Army and Navy representatives as they exit a C-141 Starlifter aircraft upon their return from captivity. The two men were kidnapped by Eritrean rebels in Ethiopia

MAJ James Wadsworth, a radiologist, and SPEC 5 Herman Lee, an X-ray technician, perform a series of X-rays on Kevin L. Waugh, an Army dependent, in the radiology at Kenner Army Hospital

SPEC. 4 Paul Hartmann, a pharmacy technician, fills a prescription using the Baker Cell, in the pharmacy at Kenner Army Hospital

SPEC. 4 Ann M. Hrubec, a pharmacy technician, produces a sterile IV solution in the pharmacy at Kenner Army Hospital

Dale A. May, a civilian X-ray technician, processes X-ray films on a Kodak RP X-Omat Processor at Kenner Army Hospital

SPEC. 5 Adrina Williams, an X-ray technician, receives Mildred Shipley into the radiology clinic to have a series of X-rays taken, at Kenner Army Hospital

SPEC. 4 Sherry M. Bullock, an X-ray technician, prepares to take a chest X-ray of a patient in the X-ray clinic at Womack Army Hospital

A technician works in the brace shop at Womack Army Hospital

Burt Dennie, a physical therapy technician at Womack Army Hospital, assists retired First Sergeant Frank W. Sias during reconditioning therapy for his knee

SPECIALIST Fourth Class Delton Johnson, left, an intravenous technician, assists William P. Harry in looking through racks of bottles for sterile preparation at Womack Army Hospital

SPC Toni Campo, a lab technician assigned to the Medical Department Activities Co., operates blood testing equipment at the Health Clinic

SPEC. 5 Sandi Junker, an X-ray technician assigned to the Medical Department Activities Co., an X-ray at the Health Clinic

Dennis P. Feeley, an orthopedic technician at Womack Army Hospital, uses a saw to cut a cast away from the wrist of Jason A. Speese, son of Captain Gordon Speese

SPEC. 4 Jean Barr, left, fills prescription bottles while pharmacy intern Kathrine Sawyer, foreground, restocks a pill counting and dispensing machine. In the background, Charles Myers, a pharmacy technician, and SPEC. 5 Bipin Sheth, work the assembly line filling prescription orders at the Womack Army Hospital

SPEC. 4 Carol S. Voelker, an X-ray technician, retrieves film from an automatic film processor at the medical department activity (MEDDAC) health services complex

SGT Glen McCoy, non-commissioned officer in charge of post detention, 204th Military Police Company, has his hand X-rayed by SPC Carol S. Voelker, an X-ray technician at the medical department activity (MEDDAC) health services complex

John J. Walup, a civilian dental laboratory technician, prepares wax for a crown and bridge in the dental clinic at the medical department activity (MEDDAC) health services complex

John J. Walup, a civilian dental laboratory technician, removes a cast mold from a kiln for casting crowns, in the dental clinic at the medical department activity (MEDDAC) health services complex

Richard F. Eveleth, a civilian laboratory technician, sets the Automatic Analyzer II for blood testing in the laboratory at the medical department activity (MEDDAC) health services complex

An orthopedics AN orthopedics technician repairs a Milwaukee brace, which is used in the treatment of scoliosis, in the brace shop at the U.S. Army Hospital, Camp Kuwae

An EKG technician prepares and takes readings of a patient on the composite electrocardiograph in the EKG Clinic, U.S. Army Hospital, Camp Kuwae

A technician milks off technetium using a shielded radiation hood to obtain isotopes for treatment in the Radio Isotope Clinic at the U.S. Army Hospital, Camp Kuwae

An X-ray technician prepares a patient for a series of X-rays in the Radiology Clinic at the U.S. Army Hospital, Camp Kuwae

A helicopter maintenance technician inspects a Brazilian navy SH-3D Sea King helicopter parked aboard the aircraft carrier USS AMERICA (CV 66) while underway off the coast of Rio de Janiero

The Oval Office and Executive Office Building #421. President and CBS Anchorman Walter Cronkite talk to the nation on "Phone and Ask President Carter." CBS Technician at work. The Oval Office. Chip and Caron Carter proudly show off their new born son, James Earl Carter IV to the White House Staff; #30-32 Midge Costanza working in her office.

The Oval Office and Executive Office Building #431. President and CBS Anchorman Walter Cronkite talk to the nation on "Phone and Ask President Carter." CBS Technician at work.

The Oval Office and EOC #431. President Carter and CBS Anchorman Walter Cronkite talk to the nation on "Phone and Ask President Carter." CBS Technician at work.