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A brush for the lead: New York "Flyers" on the snow

A brush for the lead: New York "Flyers" on the snow

Currier & Ives : a catalogue raisonné / compiled by Gale Research. Detroit, MI : Gale Research, c1983, no. 0795.

Rest house for marine flyers, Miami
Reklamblad från Televerket 1983, för den fjärrstyrda telefonsvararen Pioneer.

Reklamblad från Televerket 1983, för den fjärrstyrda telefonsvararen P...

Reklamblad från Televerket 1983, för den fjärrstyrda telefonsvararen Pioneer.

Star Flyers of France, England and America Enter Cup Race [New York Herald, 16 October 1910]
Collection of suffrage ephemera, 1874-1936.

Collection of suffrage ephemera, 1874-1936.

This collection started out as ephemera from the 40 boxes of UDC pamphlets on suffrage topics have been grouped together in this scrapbook, which comprises 1 album and 1 oversize box. This material includes: me... More

New York Flyers Lead in Chicago; and English Aviator Off for Boston [New York Herald, 13 August 1911]
In captured Minsk. German flyers on the Russian airport of Minsk
Attack by English flyers on the open city of Freiburg. A demolished home. April 14, 1917
Airplanes - Historical - Cross Country flyers ready to leave Cleaveland, Ohio. Newspaper Enterprise ASSN

Airplanes - Historical - Cross Country flyers ready to leave Cleavelan...

Photographer: Newspaper Enterprise Assn. Cleveland, Ohio Airplanes - Historical

Attack of English flyers on the open city of Freiburg. The burial of the raid victims. April 14, 1917
Reception of the Alaskan flyers at Washington, D.C. - Gen. Pershing congratulating Capt. Street of the squadron [alongside airplane, as 2 other men watch]

Reception of the Alaskan flyers at Washington, D.C. - Gen. Pershing co...

Title and other information transcribed from caption card and item. National Photo Company Collection (Library of Congress). Caption card tracings: Airplanes 192-; Aviation, Military 192-; BI; Ph. Ind.

[Lieut. W. Reed, Pensacola, Florida, and Chief Rigger Kit Mallenax of Pensacola, flyers of one of the Navy balloons in the Milwaukee race, standing under balloon]

[Lieut. W. Reed, Pensacola, Florida, and Chief Rigger Kit Mallenax of ...

No. CH 14904. Copyright by Underwood & Underwood, Chicago.

U.S. Navy flyers who will go to England for the Schneider Cup races

U.S. Navy flyers who will go to England for the Schneider Cup races

Group of 4 standing by plane. Title and other information transcribed from caption card and item. In album: Washington, D.C., Jan. 1923 to Jan. 1924, v. 6, Herbert E. French, National Photo Company. National Ph... More

World Flyers with girl friends, [9/13/24]
Arrival of round the world flyers at Bowling [i.e., Bolling] Field, [Washington, D.C., 9/9/24]
Pres. Coolidge & Sec. Weeks with W[orld] Flyers
Navy flyers, 1/5/24
Pres. Coolidge & Sec. Weeks World Flyers
Round the World Flyers making their official report of the world flight, 11/24/24
Awaiting arrival of world flight flyers at Bowling [i.e., Bolling] Field, [Washington, D.C., 9/9/24]
Arrival of Round the world flyers at Bowling [i.e., Bolling] Field, [Washington, D.C.], 9/9/24
3 planes of World Flyers, 9/13/24
Pres. Coolidge & Sec. Weeks with World Flyers at Bowling Field
Ambassador Daeschner decorating world flyers, 5/7/25
Decorating of World Flyers, 4/27/25
Amb. Deaschner decorating world flyers, [5/7/25]
Coolidge with Pan Am flyers, 5/1/27
Coolidge with Pan Am flyers, 5/1/27
President Coolidge presenting major Herbert A. Dargue [...]tificate of the distinguished flying service cross at the [...]ican flyers arrive in Washington
President Coolidge poses with Pan American flyers. A close up of President Coolidge, and two of the Pan American flyers after they were presented with diplomas of the distinguished [...]g cross certificates, left to right, Major Herbert A. Dargue, President Coolidge, and Cap't Ira C. Eaker
Coolidge with Pam Am flyers, [5/1/27]
This may help the weather reports. These transoceanic flyers, meeting in Washington with officials of the U.S. Weather Bureau and the Department of Commerce. the Meteorology Committee of the Guggenheim Foundation and representatives of other aeronautical interests, hope to help in improving weather service for aviators. Left to right, seated: Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Aeronautics William P. McCracken, Jr. , Lt. A.F. Hagenberger, Col. Arthur C. Goebel, Paul Schluter, Charles Levine, left to right, standing: Emory Bronte, Edward F. Schlee, Clarence Chamberlain, Lt. Lester J. Maitland, William S. Brock, and Berndt Balchen
Mail brought to Washington by Former [...]ddies in Air Mail Service. [...]huge batch of mail for Col. Charles A. Lindbergh [...]rt and Harry G. Smith, night flyers in Uncle Sam's [...]ce, arrived in Washington today. Both of these [...]ddies" of Col. Lindbergh. In the photograph, left [...] liam Mooney, Washington Postmaster; Shirley J. Shor [...]mith
French air conquerors of South Atlantic Ocean pay homage to America's Unknown Soldier. Lieuts. Dieudonne Cestes and Joseph Lebrix, daring French flyers who were the first to conquer the South South Atlantic Ocean by air, placing a wreath on the tomb of America's Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery today
Daring French flyers are greeted by President Coolidge at the White House. Lieut. Dieudonne Costes and Lieut. Joseph Lebrix, the intrepid French flyers who were the first to fly across the South Atlantic Ocean, were presented to President Coolidge at the White House today. In the photograph, left to right: Lieut. Costes; President Coolidge; Hon. Paul Claudel, Ambassador from France; and Lieut, Lebrix
One of the first transatlantic flyers. Washington, D.C., May 29. Walter Hinton, one of the pilots on the U.S. Navy's first [à] flight across the Atlantic in 1919, as he appears today. In 1922 he was the first to fly a plan to South Carolina
Passagerarfartyg, Cargo Ship Fo49997A
Womens City Club flyers at Wash. Airport
Womens City Club flyers at Wash. Airport
Naval flyers receive decorations. Secretary of the Navy Adams presents Distinguished Flying Cross to four noted Navy flyers. Left to right: Chief Aviation Pilot, Harold I. June, who was decorated for his service with the Byrd Antarctic Expedition: Lieut. Richard F. Whitehead, receiving the decoration for service in connection with the Navy's Alaskan Aerial Expedition in 1926; Rear Admiral William A. Moffett, chief of the Navy Bureau of Aeronautics; Secretary Adams; Lieut. Wallace M. Dillon and Photographer 1st Class William J. Murtha, who also received the medal for their work on the Alaskan expedition
Womens City Club flyers at Wash. Airport
Secretary Daniel C. Roper, (dark suit and standing at the center of the table) receives a delegation of Latin American flyers and aviation leaders at the Commerce Department. Secretary Henry Wallace, extreme right, also met the delegation. 10/14/35
PRESIDENT GREETS STRATO FLYERS. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT GREETS THE ARMY FLIERS WHO PILOTED THE STRATO BALLOON TO A NEW ALTITUDE RECORD OF 74,000 FEET IN SOUTH DAKOTA ON THE U.S. AIR CORP-NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC FLIGHT. FROM THE LEFT: CAPT. ALBERT STEVENS; GEN. MALIN CRAIG, CHIEF OF STAFF; MAJ. GEN. OSCAR WESTOVER, ACTING CHIEF OF THE AIR CORPS; AND CAPT. ORVAL ANDERSON. CAPTAINS STEVENS AND ANDERSON, WHO MADE THE FLIGHT, PREDICT THAT THE EVENTUAL CEILING IS ABOUT 80,000 FEET, AND SAID THAT ANOTHER 1,000 FEET MIGHT HAVE BEEN ADDED TO THEIR RECORD BY USING HYDROGEN
Radio waves high flyers, Washington, D.C., Oct. 1. Experiments conducted by H.W. Wellex at the radio station of the Carnegie Institution have proven that radio waves travel a distance of 80 miles heavenword before they are reflected back to earth. Traveling like lightning as they ascend in to the ionosphere the radio impulses have to be measured in 10,000ths of second to accurately check the height reached before they return to the radio set
Reports to Soviet embassy of search for missing transpolar flyers. Washington, D.C., Sept. 13. Jimmy Mattern, noted flyer, leaving the Soviet Embassy today after reporting on his search for the six Russian Polar Flyers lost far above the Arctic Circle. Mattern told embassy officials he is convinced the flyers are dead and lost forever in the rugged ice wastes of the Arctic. 9/13/37
Soviet Flyers at White House. Washington D.C June 28. The three Soviet Flyer who conquered the North Pole route between the U.S.S.R. and the United States are shown leaving the White House today after being received by President Roosevelt. In the photograph, left to right: George Baiduckcv, co-pilot; Valeri Chkalov, Pilot; Alexander Beliakov, navigator. 6/28/37
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, 581937

U.S. Flyers win Mackay Award. Washington, D.C., May 8. Nine officers a...

Title from unverified data received with the Harris & Ewing Collection on the negative or negative sleeve. Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955. General information about the Harris & Ewing Collection is available a... More

War Secretary greets Soviet Polar Flyers. Washington D.C. July 26. The second crew of Soviet Flyers to successfully fly from Moscow to the United States via the North Pole, were received by Secretary of War Harry H. Woodring today. In the photograph, left to right: Sergei Danilin, navigator; Andrei Yumasheff, co-pilot; Secretary woodring; Mikhail Gromoff, pilot; and Constantine A. Oumansky, counselor of the Soviet Embassy in Washington. 7/26/37
Transatlantic flyers describe trip to President Roosevelt. Washington, D.C., May 15. Dick Merrill (left) and Jack Lambie as they arrived at the White House today to present President Roosevelt with a "first cover" of their coronation flight for the President's stamp collection. The airmail envelope was dated New York city May 8, stamped in London and again stamped in New York on their return yesterday. According to flyers the President seemed much interested in the weather they encountered and the altitude at which they made the flight, 5/15/1937
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
Lewis picture puzzles members of Congress. Washington D.C., July 23. Today's mail at the Capitol brought every member of Congress a copy of the picture of John L. Lewis and family attending the recent reception at the Soviet Embassy in honor of the Transpolar Flyers. Viewing his copy, Rep. Usher L. Burdick, Republican of North Dakota, seems perplexed as to who sent it and why, 7/23/37
War Secretary presents Army Flyers with Mackay Trophy. Washington, D.C., Oct. 14. As a reward for their development and demonstration of the original automatic landing device for aircraft, Captains Carl J. Crane and George V. Holloman, U.S. Army Air Corps, were today presented with the MacKay trophy for 1937 by Secretary of War Harry H. Woodring. Gold medals, emblematic of the trophy were presented the Flyers at the same time. Left to right: Charles F. Horner, Chairman of the National Aeronautic Association; Secretary Woodring, Capt. Carl J. Crane, and Capt. George V. Holloman, 10/14/38
Two killed in D.C. Army plane crash. Washington, D.C., Nov. 9. Two U.S. Army Flyers --Lieut. Col. Leslie MacDill, General Staff Corps. Officer, and Private Joseph G. Gloxner, were burned to death today in the worst aerial tragedy in the history of the Capitol when their plane crashed in the street in Anacostia, a short distance from Bolling Field. Three automobiles were wrecked in the crash. Col. MacDill was piloting the plane, 11/9/38
American Flyers superior to those of other nations senate committee told. Washington, D.C., March 10. Albert J. Baumler of Trenton, N.J., a 24-year-old American aviator who served eight months with Loyalist Forces in Spain, today told the House Military Affairs Subcommittee that American trained fliers were superior to those of other nations engaged in the civil war. He was testifying in connection with an inquiry into the efficiency of the U.S. Army Air Corps by a group headed by Rep. Dow Harter, 3/10/38
Rubber keeps them flying. This bomber needs thousands of pounds of rubber for the landing wheels and bullet-proof fuel tanks. The flyers and ground crews can do none of the important work entrusted to them unless we keep their planes supplied with the prodigious amounts of rubber they require
Rubber keeps them flying. This bomber needs thousands of pounds of rubber for the landing wheels and bullet-proof fuel tanks. The flyers and ground crews can do none of the important work entrusted to them unless we keep their planes supplied with the prodigious amounts of rubber they require
Salvage for Victory (retail store seal). Store flyers, explaining the salvage for victory program as it applies to retail stores, and with a pledge card enclosed, are being mailed to every retail shop in the nation. When the pledge card is signed by the shop owner or operator and returned to the Bureau of Industrial Conservation in Washington, the seal is mailed to the retailer for display in his window. Pledge cards may be obtained from state salvage committee or by writing to the bureau directly
Student flyers under Civilian Pilot Training Program. Congressional Airport. Rockville, Maryland
General Douglas MacArthur, left, congratulates Captain Villamor of the Philippine Air Force, after awarding him the Distinguished Service Cross, December 22, 1941. Captain Villamor was one of the small group of flyers that did heroic service in the Battle of Bataan
An American flying squadron in India. A new operations map is posted for use of the flyers at "Happy Tavern" living quarters for members of an India-China Ferry Command. Lieutenant Marvin Siegel (left) of Chicago, Illinois, prior to joining the ferry command about a year ago, served in the Royal Canadian Air Force for ten months. First Lieutenant Ronald J. Fruda (right) of West Palm Beach, Florida, a flyer since 1931 and instructor in primary flying before the war, has been in India for more than six months

An American flying squadron in India. A new operations map is posted f...

Actual size of negative is C (approximately 4 x 5 inches). Title and other information from caption card and lot catalog card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Wash... More

An American flying squadron in India. Back from a flight from China, Lieutenant Ronald J. Fruda, West Palm Beach, Florida; Lieutenant Laurence D. Putnam, Portland, Oregon and radio operator Fishbaugh step into an army truck at the field to go to "Happy Tavern," the home where the twenty-two flyers are stationed
Kiska, Aleutian Islands. Bombs dropping in train from a United States Army Air Force plane on a Jap objective. Our flyers in Alaska relentlessly pursue their assignment to blast the Japs from their Aleutian holdings. This is an unusually clear shot, for the area thereabouts is fog-bound a good deal of the time
Production. B-17F heavy bombers. The upper power turret of a new B-17F heavy bomber, just produced at the Long Beach, California, plant of Douglas Aircraft. Turrets like this have meant the finish of many Jap and Nazi flyers. 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 and with armament sufficient to defend itself on daylight missions
An American flying squadron in India. A new operations map is posted for use of the flyers at "Happy Tavern" living quarters for members of an India-China Ferry Command. Lieutenant Marvin Siegel (left) of Chicago, Illinois, prior to joining the ferry command about a year ago, served in the Royal Canadian Air Force for ten months. First Lieutenant Ronald J. Fruda (right) of West Palm Beach, Florida, a flyer since 1931 and instructor in primary flying before the war, has been in India for more than six months
Women aircraft workers. Men and women work together training planes for Uncle Sam's fighing flyers at a West Coast plant. Here, Mrs. Fern Evans, Pearl Harbor widow, works on a radio bracket for a bomber with a young mechanic. Mrs. Evans, who had no previous mechanical experience when she applied for work in February, now reads blueprints and is able to proceed with various accessory assemblies for bombers with little supervision from leadmen
Production. Parachute cloth and shrouds. Silk parachute cloth is straightened, tentered to width, and finished in an Eastern plant. It will soon be ready for making into parachutes for American flyers
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Flyers waiting for the dawn patrol in the base canteen
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Flyers to take off on patrol
Sousse, Tunisia. Archbiship Spellman of New York and flyers of the US Army 9th airforce, touring the street to inspect bomb damage
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Routine inspection of "Mae Wests," life-preserving vests worn by flyers on all patrols over water
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Dawn patrol flyers and observers making routine reports before starting on patrol
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Flyers getting their orders from the intelligence officer before taking off on dawn patrol
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. An evening in the luxurious summer home rented by four of the flyers for very little in the now deserted Bar Harbor summer resort
Food in England. A squadron leader and a corporal look over some of the hundreds of chickens and ducks raised on an Royal Air Force station farm in Southern England. Managed by the corporal and five men, the farm supplies the flyers with almost all of their food
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Flyers purchasing uniforms in the administration office
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Testing all-rubber crash suits, known as "zoot suits" to the flyers who are required to wear them all through the winter months
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Music and ping-pong are the favorite diversions of flyers on stand by
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Flyers extracting themselves from all-rubber crash suits after a test in the swimming pool
The interior of the DC-3 with its complement of Chinese soldiers enroute to India on their task missions being transported by United States Army Air force flyers
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Flyers in winter flying togs
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Flyers eating breakfast at 3:00 a.m. before taking off on dawn patrol
Bar Harbor, Maine. Submarine patrol base. Music and ping-pong are the favorite divertissement of flyers on stand by
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Routine inspection of "Mae West" life-preserving vests worn by flyers on all patrols over water
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headqaurters of coastal patrol no. 20. Flyers ready to take off on patrol
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Flyers relaxing in a luxurious summer home which they were able to rent for very little in the deserted Bar Harbor summer resort
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Routine inspection of "Mae West" life preserving vests worn by flyers on all patrols over water
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Flyers extracting themselves from all-rubber crash suits after a test in the swimming pool
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Flyers eating breakfast at 3:00 a.m. before taking off on dawn patrol
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Music and ping-pong are the favorite diversions of flyers on stand by
Washington, D.C. French flyers on a sightseeing tour conducted by the United Service Organizations (USO). They were sent here from North Africa for flight training at the United States Army flight school at Bolling Field. The course lasted thirteen months. They are now being reassigned for duty with French Air Forces overseas
Washington, D.C. A United Service Organization (USO) hostess showing two French flyers the interesting places in and around Washington
Fick flygblad på I3 29 juni 1966

Fick flygblad på I3 29 juni 1966

Fick flygblad på I3 29 juni 1966

Fick flygblad på I3, 29 juni 1966

Fick flygblad på I3, 29 juni 1966

Fick flygblad på I3, 29 juni 1966

Ekströms gör TV-kupp 25 februari 1967
Reklamchef disponent Sten Littorin

Ekströms gör TV-kupp 25 februari 1967 Reklamchef disponent Sten Littor...

Ekströms gör TV-kupp 25 februari 1967 Reklamchef disponent Sten Littorin

U.S. Marine Corps 1ST LT. Nick Ramseur, a platoon commander with Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, hands out posters and flyers to the local people in a mountain village at the Khowst-Gardez Pass, Afghanistan, on Dec. 31, 2004.  These Marines are conducting security and stabilization operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.  (U.S. Marine Corps PHOTO by CPL James L. Yarboro) (Released)

U.S. Marine Corps 1ST LT. Nick Ramseur, a platoon commander with Weapo...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Khowst-Gardez Pass State: Khowst Country: Afghanistan (AFG) Scene Major Command Shown: 3RD BN, 3RD MARINES Scene Camera Operator: CPL James L. Y... More

LGEN William H. Ginn Jr., left, and a Japanese general sit in the audience during an air show by the Japanese Blue Impulse precision flyers

LGEN William H. Ginn Jr., left, and a Japanese general sit in the audi...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Iruma Air Base Country: Japan (JPN) Scene Camera Operator: SSGT Glennlindsey Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Service Digital... More

Enlisted Flyers Memorial with the 375th Airlift Wing headquarters building in the background

Enlisted Flyers Memorial with the 375th Airlift Wing headquarters buil...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Scott Air Force Base State: Illinois (IL) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: SRA Jeffery D. Curtis Release Status: R... More

Military Photographer of the Year Winner 1998 Title: Evening Flyers Category: Pictorial Place: Honorable Mention PictorialEternal vigilance is the price of freedom and these men and women have payed their share. As the sun is disappearing over the horizon sailors and officers on USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70) start the first of many events for the evening

Military Photographer of the Year Winner 1998 Title: Evening Flyers Ca...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Country: Unknown Scene Camera Operator: PH1 Franlin P. Call Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files

A smaller version of Randolph Air Force Base's "Missing Man" monument was unveiled at the 1999 Freedom Flyers Reunion. It is now on display at Atterberry Hall on Randolph AFB. This photograph is part of the article " Freedom Flight", AIRMAN Magazine, September 1999 issue

A smaller version of Randolph Air Force Base's "Missing Man" monument ...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Randolph Air Force Base State: Texas (TX) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: SSGT Steve Thurow, USAF Release Status:... More

US Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Norton Daughtrey finally gets his final flight and champagne hosedown from USAF Major Jeff Klay and 560th Flying Training Squadron at the 1999 Freedom Flyers Reunion at Randolph Air Force Base, Texas. This photograph is part of the article " Freedom Flight", AIRMAN Magazine, September 1999 issue

US Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Norton Daughtrey finally gets his fina...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Randolph Air Force Base State: Texas (TX) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: SSGT Steve Thurow, USAF Release Status:... More

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