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Hydrarchos!! greatest wonder of the world. or great sea serpent ... Now exhibiting for two weeks, at the Apollo saloon, 410 Broadway ... New York. Benjamin Owen, Book and Job Printer, 29 Ann-Street, Centre Building, September 19, 1845.

... You are hereby respectfully notified that in order to perfect preparation of the new Female department of Pennington seminary, a delay of two weeks has been found necessary ... J. T. Crane, principal Pennington Mercer County. N. J. April, 18

State Democratic executive committee rooms of Ohio. Columbus, September 28th, 1875. Dear Sir: Only two weeks remain until the election ....

Revolutionary relics. A collection of revolutionary relics will be opened on November 9th, in the Old South Church, and will continue open for two weeks [1876].

Booth's Theatre, two weeks, commencing Monday, Feb. 6, every ev'ng and Saturday matinee with the ideal opera company

Apache Boys, Two Weeks at School from "The Story of New Mexico"

Exterior of one of the shacks containing 24 rooms. Forsyth's Bog at Stop-the-Mode [sic.] near Pemberton, N.J. This is the fourth week of school in Philadelphia and people will stay here two weeks more. See Photo 1113. Location: Pemberton, New Jersey.

Catherine Celaberta, 766 [or 756?] S. Darian St., Philadelphia, Pa. 6 years old. Been picking this summer at Theodore Budd's Bog at Turkeytown near Pemberton, N.J. This is the fourth week of school in Philadelphia and people will stay here two weeks more. Sept. 27, 1910. Witness, E. F. Brown. Location: Pemberton, New Jersey / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

Mary and Minnie Gillim, fourteen and fifteen years old. They were commencing to attend the Mill School at Avondale, and had been to school but two weeks in their lives. Were in the low first grade in company with a child of six years. At that time (Nov. 30/10) their father was trying to take them out of school and put them back into the cotton mill. He has no obvious occupation. Location: Birmingham, Tennessee.

In the group are: 2 four year old boys, 1 five year old boy, 1 six year old boy, 1 ten year old boy, 1 eleven year old boy, 1 twelve year old boy, 2 five year old girls, 1 six year old girl, 2 nine year old girls, 1 ten year old girl, 1 twelve year old girl. In front of shacks at noon, Florence colony [?], Whites Bog, Browns Mills, N.J. This is the fourth week of school and the people expect to remain two weeks more. E.F. Brown [Witness]. Location: Browns Mills, New Jersey.

Tenjeta Calone, Philadelphia, 10 years old. Been picking cranberries 4 years. White's Bog, Browns Mills, N.J. This is the fourth week of school and the people here expect to remain two weeks more. Sept. 28, 1910. Witness E. F. Brown. Location: Browns Mills, New Jersey / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

Millie Cornaro, Philadelphia, 10 years old. Been picking cranberries for 6 years. White's Bog, Browns Mills, N. J. This is the fourth week of school and the people here expect to remain here two weeks more. Sept. 28, 1910. Witness, E. F. Brown. Location: Browns Mills, New Jersey / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

Tenjeta Calone, Philadelphia, 10 years old. Been picking cranberries 4 years. White's Bog, Browns Mills, N.J. This is the fourth week of school and the people here expect to remain two weeks more. Sept. 28, 1910. Witness E.F. Brown. Location: Browns Mills, New Jersey Photo by Lewis W. Hine

Nick Cechini, 10 years old, been picking for three years, and Joe Cechini, 12 years old, been picking five years. 1147 Deliheigh St., Philadelphia. Wit[ness] E.F. Brown. Theodore Budd's Bog at Turkeytown, near Pemberton, N.J. This is the fourth week of school in Philadelphia, and people will stay here two weeks more. Location: Pemberton, New Jersey.

Fank Denato, 6 years old; Tom Denato, 4 years old; Domino Denato, 12 years old. 902 Montrose St., Philadelphia, and Padrone. White's Bog, Browns Mills, N.J. This is the fourth week of school and the people expect to remain here two weeks more. Witness E.F. Brown. Location: Browns Mills, New Jersey.

Interior of one of the living rooms in shack used by pickers on Theodore Budd's Bog, Turkeytown, near Pemberton, N.J. Three persons lived in this room. See photo #1114. This is the fourth week of school in Philadelphia and people will stay here two weeks more. E. F. Brown. Location: Pemberton, New Jersey.

Group of children carrying in their pecks to the "bushel man." We measured one of these peck boxes and found it contained 10 quarts instead of 8. Theodore Budd's Bog at Turkeytown near Pemberton, N.J. This is the fourth week of school in Philadelphia and people will stay here two weeks more. E. F. Brown [Witness]. Location: Pemberton, New Jersey.

A group of cranberry pickers moving from one part of the bog to another. Whites Bog, Browns Mills, N.J. This is the fourth week of school and the people here expect to remain two weeks more. Sept. 28, 1910. Witness E.F. Brown. Location: Browns Mills, New Jersey / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

Alfro Magureto, 55 Elm Street, worked all summer in doffing room No. 5 of the Washington Mill. She laid off last week for two weeks. Expects to come back this week. Location: Lawrence, Massachusetts.

[Abraham Lincoln, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly left, taken in Pittsfield, Illinois, two weeks before the final Lincoln-Douglas debate in Lincoln's unsuccessful bid for the Senate, October 1, 1858]

Family of J. W. Lott at West. The father and three oldest children (two of them under legal age) work regularly in the Brazos Valley Cotton Mill. Charlie is thirteen years old. Family Record said he was born March 12, 1900. Mattie is fourteen years old. Family Record says born November 14, 1898. Both of them have been working in a cotton mill at Laurel, Miss., for one year. Been working here for two weeks. Have steady jobs. Get about $1.25 a day. Charlie was put right to work in spite of the fact that he is in very bad shape physically. Probably malaria. The other worker is sixteen. Location: West, Texas.

The terrible plague of locusts in Palestine, March-June 1915. Two weeks later; newly sprouted leaves.

Family of L.H. Kirkpatrick, Route 1, Lawton, Okla. Children go to Mineral Wells School #39. Father, mother and five children (5, 6, 10, 11 and 12 years old) pick cotton. "We pick a bale in four days." Dovey, 5 years old, picks 15 pounds a day (average) Mother said: "She jess works fer pleasure." Ertle, 6 years, picks 20 pounds a day (average) Vonnnie, 10 years, picks 50 pounds a day (average) Edward, 11 years, picks 75 pounds a day (average) Otis, 12 years, picks 75 pounds a day (average) Expect to be out of school for two weeks more picking. Father is a renter. Works part of farm on shares (gives 1/4 of cotton for rent) and part of farm he pays cash rent. Location: Comanche County, Oklahoma / Lewis W. Hine.

[Theresa Quinlan - 14 years old April 14th - Spooler. Hand cut in Iron Works Mill. Was taking loose band off a spooler. Two weeks learning. Is in picture of girls play at King Philip Settlement. (4324.) Ready to go back to work June 22nd.] Location: Fall River, Massachusetts. / Lewis W. Hine.

Mexico - U.S. campaign after Villa - 1916. The first mail from U.S. in two weeks at American Field Hdqts. near Namiquipa, Mex.

Applying for certificate - Leo Mette, 205 Albany St., 14 years. Application for Flint Mill as sweeper. Left school in 3rd grade. Slightly defective speech. 2nd application. Worked two weeks in Cote' Piano Factory. Couldn't describe operation there. Location: Fall River, Massachusetts / Lewis W. Hine.

Boy's Activities - Junior Camp Association - Schoolboys get training in military camp and taste of soldiers life. Schoolboys of San Francisco line up for inspection in front of their tents, at the training camp at Manzanta, Cal. This camp was formed was formed exclusively for schoolboys. The purpose of camp is to teach all schoolboys military life. It is under the direction of Major Watsonof the Poly High School of San Francisco. The boys are brought to camp and kept for two weeks being instructed in details of military life, going through drills every day and living lives of soldiers for two weeks

Airplanes - Propellers - Machine shaping. After gluing, propellers are allowed to hang for two weeks and then are machine shaped. From Jamestown Propeller Co

Migrant family from Oklahoma in Texas. A family of six alongside the road. An example of how they fall between the relief agencies. The father, aged thirty-five, is an intelligent fellow, a painter by trade. Advanced tuberculosis, victim of an occupational disease. Ineligible for WPA (Works Progress Administration), rated as totally disabled. As a state charge under Oklahoma relief standards, the family were told the maximum relief would be seven dollars every two weeks. They lost their home, their furniture, took to the road a year ago and when the photographs were made they were found to be without money, shelter, and without food for the four children

Oklahoma migrant, Texas. An example of how they fall between the relief agencies. The father, aged thirty-five, is an intelligent fellow, a painter by trade. Advanced tuberculosis, victim of an occupational disease. Ineligible for WPA (Works Progress Administration), rated as totally disabled. As a state charge under Oklahoma relief standards, the family were told the maximum relief would be seven dollars every two weeks. They lost their home, their furniture,

Oklahoma migrant, Texas. An example of how they fall between the relief agencies. The father, aged thirty-five, is an intelligent fellow, a painter by trade. Advanced tuberculosis, victim of an occupational disease. Ineligible for WPA (Works Progress Administration), rated as totally disabled. As a state charge under Oklahoma relief standards, the family were told the maximum relief would be seven dollars every two weeks. They lost their home, their furniture,

Harlan witness tells of bribe to hide-out. Washington, D.C., April 28. Hugh Taylor, former Harlan County, Ky. Deputy Sheriff, told the La Follette Civil Liberties Committee today that High Sheriff T.R. Middleton offered him $2,000 to hide out during the present investigation. With both hands crippled by bullet wounds, Taylor declared he spent two weeks in emergency hospital here in March after being forced to flee Harlan hospital. He was shot, he said, by two other deputies, probably because he refused to join in the Musick murder, 4/28/1937

Harlan witness tells of bribe to hide-out. Washington, D.C., April 28. Hugh Taylor, former Harlan County, Ky. Deputy Sheriff, told the La Follette Civil Liberties Committee today that High Sheriff T.R. Middleton offered him $2,000 to hide out during the present investigation. With both hands crippled by bullet wounds, Taylor declared he spent two weeks in emergency hospital here in March after being forced to flee Harlan hospital. He was shot, he said, by two other deputies, probably because he refused to join in the Musick murder, 4281937

Carrot pullers from Texas. Texas farmer on edge of carrot field. In California for two weeks, migrating after three years of crop failures. Combined earnings, man and wife tying carrots: One dollar and twelve cents a day

Discharged for union activites. Washington, D.C., March 18. Miss Zella Morgan, of Gadsen, Ala., told the Lafollette Civil Liberties Committee today how she was discharged from the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company's plant in Gadsen. Ala., because she was active in the local union, she was given an "honorable discharge" and two weeks extra pay, she said. Because four other girls in the plant not in her Department, declared they would not work in the organization with her

New heads of the Van Sweringen RR Empire. Washington, D.C., May 6. Senator Wheeler's Senate Committee began today started investigation of the latest transfer of control of the Van Sweringen Railroad Empire. Two weeks ago George Ball sold the control to three brokers of the New York namely Young, Kobe and Co. who are closely identified with General Motors and Du Pont interests. Left to right in a huddle before the session are: Walter S. Orr, attorney for the brokers; and the new owners Allen P. Kirby; Robert R. Young; and Frank F. Kolbe, 5/6/1937

Mexican pecan workers union official displaying relief supplies which are supposed to feed a family of three for two weeks. The articles shown are beans and butter. San Antonio, Texas

Log cabin barn under construction. "Four room" barn near ready for chinking. Negro tenants living nearby say it takes about two weeks to build such a barn. No work was being done on barn when photograph was taken as it was the Fourth of July. Near Concord, Person County, North Carolina

Kid in individual shelter. This shelter can be turned to protect him from cold wind or hot sun. He is tied to wire which is strung near the shelter. Each day the clasp around his leg is changed to the opposite leg to keep sores from forming. Kids are kept up from one to two weeks. Kimble County, Texas

Packages for prisoners of war and internees. Americans taken prisoners of war or interned by Germany and Italy regularly receive standard American Red Cross food packages, shown here stacked like bricks in the International Red Cross warehouse at Geneva, Switzerland. U.S. prisoners of war receive one package a week as soon as the Red Cross is notified of their capture and location. Internees receive one package every two weeks. As of December 9, 1942, Germany and Italy had reported 243 American prisoners of war and 1512 interned civilians. Each package weighs eleven pounds and contains evaporated milk, buscuits, cheese, cocoa, sardines, pork, beef, chocolate bars, sugar, coffee, powered orange concentrate, prunes, cigarettes and smoking tobacco

Jack Cutter and family. Have lived in the FSA (Farm Security Administration) trailer camp about two weeks. They came from Indiana for a job in the General Electric Plant. Erie, Pennsylvania

Packages for prisoners of war and internees. A Red Cross Canteen worker, Miss Mary Dougherty, inspects a Red Cross food package going to an American prisoner of war. Packages like this are sent regularly from International Red Cross headquarters in Geneva to American prisoners of war and interned civilians held by Germany and Italy. One a week goes to each American prisoner of war whose capture and location have been reported and one every two weeks to each interned civilian. Twenty thousand such packages were sent to the Far East on the neutral diplomatic exchange ship Gripsholm last June, together with one million cigarettes and other supplies for American prisoners and internees in Japan, occupied China and the Philippines. Much larger quantities are now on the Gripsholm pending final clearance with the Japanese for her sailing on a second trip

Cabin court, Hermiston, Oregon. This court for workmen at the Umatilla rdnance depot was built in two weeks; people moved in before the doors were up. Each unit of one room rents for eight dollars per week. They have gas, electricity, running water and sink, and adequate furniture. Sanitary facilities are in a separate building

Conversion. Floor waxer plant. One of the few lathes bought by a small Eastern manufacturing firm. Unable to purchase much new machinery, the owner of the company installed and remodelled old equipment to produce war essentials under subcontract. First orders were delivered thirty days after contract, an amoazingly short time considering that conversion of machines took two weeks of it. Floorola Products Inc., York, Pennsylvania

Conversion. Floor waxer plant. Now making machine gun cover plates, this machine was converted from a line shaft drive to motor drive when a small Eastern manufacturing company converted its product from floor waxers to small parts for war equipment. Unable to purchase new equipment for his defense work, the owner bought second-hand equipment and remodelled it. Delivery of first orders was made thirty days after contract, an amazingly short time considering that conversion of the machinery took two weeks of it. Floorola Products Inc., York, Pennsylvania

View of filled garbage scows holding 600 tons of empty tin cans collected over a period of two weeks in all the boroughs of the city of New York by Department of Sanitation trucks. Men of the department work on their own time to collect the critical war metal

Conversion. Floor waxer plant. This drill press and all other machines of a small Eastern floor waxer company had to be rebuilt to accomodate defense production parts. Complete retooling was accomplished in two weeks, a phenomenally short time for this job. Credit for this speed falls to both management and workers who entered into the job in a "beat the Axis or bust" frame of mind. Floorola Products Inc., York, Pennsylvania

Conversion. Floor waxer plant. Now making machine-gun cover plates, this machine was converted from a line shaft drive to motor drive when a small Eastern manufacturing company converted its product from floor waxers to small parts for war equipment. Unable to purchase new equipment for his defense work, the plant's owner bought second hand equipment and remodelled it. Delivery of first orders was made 30 days after contract, an amazingly short time considering that conversion of the machinery took two weeks of it. Floorola Products Inc., York, Pennsylvania

Production. Parachute making. Married only two weeks when her husband went into the air corps, Mary Saverick makes parachute harnesses for him and all the other husbands and brothers in the corps. "He's doing all he can to help win the war," she says, "it's only right that I should, too." Pioneer Parachute Company, Manchester, Connecticut

Gibson, Indiana. The railroad YMAC (Young Men's Christian Association) has regular movie showings every two weeks attended by the railroad workers of the vicinity

Greyhound bus driver Clem "Bud" Carson. He has been working for Greyhound for one year, since getting a medical discharge from the Army. He works the extra board and earns from 165 to 195 dollars a payday, or every two weeks. He is single, supports his parents and has a small farm just outside of Cincinnati

A group of Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officers Training Corp students, dressed in their dress blue uniforms, is given a rifle inspection prior to a rifle and drill competition. These students usually spend one to two weeks aboard a Marine base in the summer

These two reservists from Headquarters and Maintenance Squadron-42, Naval Air Station, Memphis, Tenn., are wearing gas masks during their re-qualification with the M-16A1 rifle. They are here for their annual two weeks of training

During their annual two weeks of training, these reservists from Marine Attack Squadron 124 (VMA-124), Naval Air Station, Memphis, Tennessee, are doing sit-ups as part of their physical fitness training

SGT. Terry Bryant, a reservist with Marine Fighter/Attack Squadron 321 (VMFA-321), Andrews Air Force Base, Md., examines the nose gear on an F-4 Phantom aircraft. He is here for his two weeks of annual training

During their annual two weeks of training, these crash crew reservists put on their asbestos fire retardant suits to put out an oil fire on the flight deck. They are from Marine Attack Squadron 124 (VMA-124), Naval Air Station, Memphis, Tenn

SGT. Carruthers D. Hays, a reservist of Marine Attack Squadron 124 (VMA-124), Naval Air Station, Memphis, Tenn., puts an arming wire on a 500-pound bomb during his annual two weeks of training

Rangers are airdropped onto Gray Field after undergoing two weeks of amphibious training in Coronado, California

Members of Helicopter Combat Support Squadron 4 (HC-4) observe an instructor as he loads ammunition into an M60 machine gun during the squadron's annual two weeks of active duty for training

A member of Helicopter Combat Support Squadron 4 (HC-4) prepares ammunition belts during the squadron's annual two weeks of active duty for training

Crewman inside the cockpit of an HH-3 Sea King helicopter from Helicopter Combat Support Squadron 4 (HC-4), during the squadron's annual two weeks of active duty for training

Special warfare and aircrew personnel aboard an HH-3 Sea King helicopter from Helicopter Combat Support Squadron 4 (HC-4), during the squadron's annual two weeks of active duty for training

A member of Helicopter Combat Support Squadron 4 (HC-4) fires an M60 machine gun on a target range during the squadron's annual two weeks of active duty for training

Crewmen attend mooring quarters on the forward deck of the battleship USS IOWA (BB 61) two weeks prior to its third commissioning at Ingalls Shipbuilding Corp

Marine Private First Class Kip Williams salutes Storekeeper First Class (SK1) Ray Marquis. The Marine is reporting aboard the battleship USS IOWA (BB 61) two weeks prior to its third commissioning at Ingalls Shipbuilding Corp

Crewmen attend mooring quarters aboard the battleship USS IOWA (BB 61) two weeks prior to its third commissioning at Ingalls Shipbuilding Corp

Storekeeper First Class (SK1) Ray Marquis returns the salute of Private First Class Kip Williams as the Marine reports aboard the battleship USS IOWA (BB 61) two weeks prior to its third commissioning at Ingalls Shipbuilding Corp

A starboard bow view of the battleship USS IOWA (BB 61) just two weeks prior to its third commissioning at Ingalls Shipbuilding Corp

Sergeant Harry D. Harris uses a paint brush to touch up the back of an M118 trailer as SPECIALIST Fourth Class Robert G. Harris looks on, after returning from two weeks of active duty with the District of Columbia National Guard's 547th Light Motor Transportation Unit

C-141B Starlifter aircraft carrying U.S. soldiers taxi along the flight line. U.S. troops, including members of the 7th Light Infantry Division and 82nd Airborne division, spent two weeks participating in a mobilization of U.S. exercise task force Dragon/Golden Pheasant. The task force was deployed by President Ronald Reagan to help discourage Nicaraguan forces from entering Honduras

Members of the 57th Medical Detachment clean their UH-60 Black Hawk (Blackhawk) medical evacuation helicopter in preparation for transport back to the United States. US troops, including members of the 7th Light Infantry Division and the 82nd Airborne Division, spent two weeks participating in a mobilization of US Exercise Task Force DRAGON/GOLDEN PHEASANT. The task force was deployed by President Ronald Reagan to help discourage Nicaraguan forces from entering Honduras

A member of the 82nd Airborne Division is assisted with his parachute prior to boarding a C-141B Starlifter aircraft that will transport him back to Fort Bragg, North Carolina (NC). US troops, including members of the 7th Light Infantry Division and the 82nd Airborne Division, spent two weeks participating in a mobilization of US Exercise Task Force DRAGON/GOLDEN PHEASANT. The task force was deployed by President Ronald Reagan to help discourage Nicaraguan forces from entering Honduras

Members of the 82nd Airborne Division parade the colors upon their arrival. US troops, including members of the 7th Light Infantry Division and the 82nd Airborne Division, spent two weeks participating in a mobilization of US Exercise Task Force DRAGON/GOLDEN PHEASANT. The task force was deployed by President Ronald Reagan to help discourage Nicaraguan forces from entering Honduras

A member of the 82nd Airborne Division is given a final check prior to boarding a C-141B Starlifter aircraft that will transport him back to Fort Bragg, North Carolina (NC). US troops, including members of the 7th Light Infantry Division and the 82nd Airborne Division, spent two weeks participating in a mobilization of US Exercise Task Force DRAGON/GOLDEN PHEASANT. The task force was deployed by President Ronald Reagan to help discourage Nicaraguan forces from entering Honduras

A member of the 82nd Airborne Division packs up for the trip back to Fort Bragg, North Carolina (NC). US troops, including members of the 7th Light Infantry Division and the 82nd Airborne Division, spent two weeks participating in a mobilization of US Exercise Task Force DRAGON/GOLDEN PHEASANT. The task force was deployed by President Ronald Reagan to help discourage Nicaraguan forces from entering Honduras

Members of the 7th Light Infantry Division offload from a C-141B Starlifter aircraft upon their arrival. U.S. troops, including members of the 7th Light Infantry Division and the 82nd Airborne Division, spent two weeks participating in a mobilization of U.S. exercise task force Dragon/Golden Pheasant. The task force was deployed by President Ronald Reagan to help discourage Nicaraguan forces from entering Honduras

Military police inspect the packs of the 82nd Airborne Division personnel looking for customs violations. US troops, including members of the 7th Light Infantry Division and the 82nd Airborne Division, spent two weeks participating in a mobilization of US Exercise Task Force DRAGON/GOLDEN PHEASANT. The task force was deployed by President Ronald Reagan to help discourage Nicaraguan forces from entering Honduras

Members of the 82nd Airborne Division look on as the contents of their packs are checked by military police for customs violations. US troops, including members of the 7th Light Infantry Division and the 82nd Airborne Division, spent two weeks participating in a mobilization of US Exercise Task Force DRAGON/GOLDEN PHEASANT. The task force was deployed by President Ronald Reagan to help discourage Nicaraguan forces from entering Honduras

Members of the 82nd Airborne Division clean an M998 high-mobility multipurpose wheeled vehicle in preparation for transport back to the United States. US troops, including members of the 7th Light Infantry Division and the 82nd Airborne Division, spent two weeks participating in a mobilization of US Exercise Task Force DRAGON/GOLDEN PHEASANT. The task force was deployed by President Ronald Reagan to help discourage Nicaraguan forces from entering Honduras

Military police inspect the packs of the 82nd Airborne Division personnel looking for customs violations. US troops, including members of the 7th Light Infantry Division and the 82nd Airborne Division, spent two weeks participating in a mobilization of US Exercise Task Force DRAGON/GOLDEN PHEASANT. The task force was deployed by President Ronald Reagan to help discourage Nicaraguan forces from entering Honduras

A child holds an American flag during a welcome-home ceremony held for US Soldiers. US troops, including members of the 7th Light Infantry Division and the 82nd Airborne Division, spent two weeks participating in a mobilization of US Exercise Task Force DRAGON/GOLDEN PHEASANT. The task force was deployed by President Ronald Reagan to help discourage Nicaraguan forces from entering Honduras

A Soldier kisses his wife upon his arrival home. US troops, including members of the 7th Light Infantry Division and the 82nd Airborne Division, spent two weeks participating in a mobilization of US Exercise Task Force DRAGON/GOLDEN PHEASANT. The task force was deployed by President Ronald Reagan to help discourage Nicaraguan forces from entering Honduras

Members of the 1ST and 2nd Bns., 504th Parachute Inf. Regt., 82nd Abn. Div., parachute from C-141B Starlifter aircraft. U.S. troops, including members of the 7th Light Infantry Division and 82nd Airborne Division, spent two weeks participating in a mobilization of U.S. exercise task force Dragon/Golden Pheasant. The task force was deployed by President Ronald Reagan to help discourage Nicaraguan forces from entering Honduras

Technical Sergeant (TSGT) Mike Skeen, USAF, left, 437th Aerial port Squadron, and AIRMAN (AMN) Richard Haynesworth, right, 3rd Mobile Aerial Port Squadron, use a forklift truck to transport loaded pallets to waiting C-141B Starlifter aircraft. Members of the 82nd Airborne Division and the 7th Light Infantry Division spent two weeks participating in a mobilization of US Exercise Task Force DRAGON/GOLDEN PHEASANT. The task force was deployed by President Ronald Reagan to help discourage Nicaraguan forces from entering Honduras

Pallets containing packs and bags are secured for in preparation for transport back to the United States. Members of the 82nd Airborne Division and the 7th Light Infantry Division spent two weeks participating in a mobilization of US Exercise Task Force DRAGON/GOLDEN PHEASANT. The task force was deployed by President Ronald Reagan to help discourage Nicaraguan forces from entering Honduras

A member of the 82nd Airborne Division is assisted with his parachute prior to boarding a C-141B Starlifter aircraft that will transport him back to Fort Bragg, North Carolina (NC). US troops, including members of the 7th Light Infantry Division and the 82nd Airborne Division, spent two weeks participating in a mobilization of US Exercise Task Force DRAGON/GOLDEN PHEASANT. The task force was deployed by President Ronald Reagan to help discourage Nicaraguan forces from entering Honduras

A Soldier armed with an M16A2 rifle stands guard during the loading of equipment onto a 436th Military Squadron C-5 Galaxy aircraft parked on the flight line. US troops, including members of the 7th Light Infantry Division and the 82nd Airborne Division, spent two weeks participating in a mobilization of US Exercise Task Force DRAGON/GOLDEN PHEASANT. The task force was deployed by President Ronald Reagan to help discourage Nicaraguan forces from entering Honduras

A cargo truck is loaded aboard a C-5 Galaxy aircraft from the 436th Military Squadron for transport back to United States. US troops, including members of the 7th Light Infantry Division and the 82nd Airborne Division, spent two weeks participating in a mobilization of US Exercise Task Force DRAGON/GOLDEN PHEASANT. The task force was deployed by President Ronald Reagan to help discourage Nicaraguan forces from entering Honduras

Members of the 82nd Airborne Division wait as a C-141B Starlifter aircraft from the 62nd Military Airlift Wing taxis along the runway. U.S. troops, including members of the 7th Light Infantry Division and 82nd Airborne Division, spent two weeks participating in a mobilization of U.S. exercise task force Dragon/Golden Pheasant. The task force was deployed by President Ronald Reagan to help discourage Nicaraguan forces from entering Honduras

A member of the 82nd Airborne Division is assisted with his parachute prior to boarding a C-141B Starlifter aircraft that will transport him back to Fort Bragg, North Carolina (NC). US troops, including members of the 7th Light Infantry Division and the 82nd Airborne Division, spent two weeks participating in a mobilization of US Exercise Task Force DRAGON/GOLDEN PHEASANT. The task force was deployed by President Ronald Reagan to help discourage Nicaraguan forces from entering Honduras

C-141B Starlifter aircraft carrying US Soldiers taxi along the flight line. US troops, including members of the 7th Light Infantry Division and the 82nd Airborne Division, spent two weeks participating in a mobilization of US Exercise Task Force DRAGON/GOLDEN PHEASANT. The task force was deployed by President Ronald Reagan to help discourage Nicaraguan forces from entering Honduras

A right side view of a C-141B Starlifter aircraft from the 62nd Military Airlift Wing landing on the runway. The aircraft will transport members of the 7th Light Infantry Division and 82nd Airborne Division back to the United States. U.S. troops spent two weeks participating in a mobilization of U.S. exercise task force Dragon/Golden Pheasant. The task force was developed by President Ronald Reagan to help discourage Nicaraguan forces from entering Honduras

Packs and bags are loaded onto pallets in preparation for transport back to the United States. Members of the 82nd Airborne Division and the 7th Light Infantry Division spent two weeks participating in a mobilization of US Exercise Task Force DRAGON/GOLDEN PHEASANT. The task force was deployed by President Ronald Reagan to help discourage Nicaraguan forces from entering Honduras

Family and friends hold up signs welcoming their loved ones home. US troops, including members of the 7th Light Infantry Division and the 82nd Airborne Division, spent two weeks participating in a mobilization of US Exercise Task Force DRAGON/GOLDEN PHEASANT. The task force was deployed by President Ronald Reagan to help discourage Nicaraguan forces from entering Honduras

A member of the 7th Light Infantry Division arrives home. US troops, including members of the 7th Light Infantry Division and the 82nd Airborne Division, spent two weeks participating in a mobilization of US Exercise Task Force DRAGON/GOLDEN PHEASANT. The task force was deployed by President Ronald Reagan to help discourage Nicaraguan forces from entering Honduras

M998 High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles (HMMWV) are driven onto a 436th Military Airlift Squadron C-5 Galaxy aircraft for transport back to the United States. US troops, including members of the 7th Light Infantry Division and the 82nd Airborne Division, spent two weeks participating in a mobilization of US Exercise Task Force DRAGON/GOLDEN PHEASANT. The task force was deployed by President Ronald Reagan to help discourage Nicaraguan forces from entering Honduras

Members of the 82nd Airborne Division give their parachutes a final check prior to boarding a C-141B Starlifter aircraft that will transport him back to Fort Bragg, North Carolina (NC). US troops, including members of the 7th Light Infantry Division and the 82nd Airborne Division, spent two weeks participating in a mobilization of US Exercise Task Force DRAGON/GOLDEN PHEASANT. The task force was deployed by President Ronald Reagan to help discourage Nicaraguan forces from entering Honduras

A C-5 Galaxy aircraft from the 436th Military Squadron prepares to take off for the United States. US troops, including members of the 7th Light Infantry Division and the 82nd Airborne Division, spent two weeks participating in a mobilization of US Exercise Task Force DRAGON/GOLDEN PHEASANT. The task force was deployed by President Ronald Reagan to help discourage Nicaraguan forces from entering Honduras

Members of the 82nd Airborne Division clean an M998 High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle in preparation for transport back to the United States. US troops, including members of the 7th Light Infantry Division and the 82nd Airborne Division, spent two weeks participating in a mobilization of US Exercise Task Force DRAGON/GOLDEN PHEASANT. The task force was deployed by President Ronald Reagan to help discourage Nicaraguan forces from entering Honduras

A rear view of a C-5 Galaxy aircraft taking off after airlifting US Army equipment back to the base after members of the 7th Light Infantry Division and the 82nd Airborne Division spent two weeks participating in a mobilization of US Exercise Task Force DRAGON/GOLDEN PHEASANT. The task force was deployed by President Ronald Reagan to help discourage Nicaraguan forces from entering Honduras