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[Cat with black markings on its fur and a fragrant rose mallow]

[Cat with black markings on its fur and a fragrant rose mallow]

Title devised by Library staff, other descriptive information compiled by Nichibunken-sponsored Edo print specialists in 2005-06. From the series: Ehon shahōbukuro : Illustrated book of bag of painted treasures... More

Brass Trade Ring - GRPO 14703

Brass Trade Ring - GRPO 14703

Plain band with crude markings scratched on inner surface. The ring diameter measures 1.9 cm. Similar bands with interior markings are reported at the 1792-1800 NWC site of Fort George in Alberta and the circa ... More

[Globe with longitudinal and latitudinal markings]

[Globe with longitudinal and latitudinal markings]

Title devised by cataloger. Gift; Mrs. Peter Grant; 1940; (DLC/PP-1940:008). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress). Published in: This Giddy Globe / Peter Simple. New York : Geo... More

Conservation. Glass gauges replacing steel. Markings are carried on a label pasted on the handle of a glass plug gauge, which replace steel gauges at the Frankford Arsenal. Markings on other gauges are produced by acid etching. Glass gauges are lighter and cheaper than steel, permit greater visibility in inspection, are not as much affected by room temperatures and heat of operators' hands, are not corroded by perspiration, need no protection against rusting, do not acquire burrs that would change the effective sizes. They can save the annual use of 250 tons of critical tool steel in government arsenals alone

Conservation. Glass gauges replacing steel. Markings are carried on a ...

Actual size of negative is C (approximately 4 x 5 inches). Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944... More

Voyager 1 Image of Ganymede

Voyager 1 Image of Ganymede

(March 4, 1979) Voyager 1 took this picture of Ganymede from a distance of 1.6 million miles. Ganymede is Jupiter's largest satellite with a radius of approximately 2600 kilometers, about 1.5 times that of Eart... More

Photo by Voyager 1 (JPL) Jupiter, its Great Red Spot and three of its four largest satellites are visible in this photo taken Feb 5, 1979 by Voyager 1. The spacecraft was 28.4 million kilomters (17.5 million miles) from the planet at the time. The inner-most large satellite, Io, can be seen against Jupiter's disk. Io is distinguished by its bright, brown-yellow surface. To the right of Jupiter is the satellite Europa, also very bright but with fainter surface markings. The darkest satellite, Callisto (still nearly twice as bright as Earth's Moon), is barely visible at the bottom left of the picture. Callisto shows a bright patch in its northern hemisphere. All tThree orbit Jupiter in the equatorial plane, and appear in their present position because Voyageris above the plane. All three satellites show the same face to Jupiter always -- just as Earth's Moon always shows us the same face. In this photo we see the sides of the satellites that always face away from the planet. Jupiter's colorfully banded atmosphere displays complex patterns highlighted by the Great Red Spot, a large, circulating atmospheric disturbance. This photo was assembled from three black and white negatives by the Image Processing Lab at Jet Propulsion Laboratory. JPL manages and controls the Voyage Project for NASA's Office of Space Science. (ref: P-21083) ARC-1969-AC79-0164-2

Photo by Voyager 1 (JPL) Jupiter, its Great Red Spot and three of its ...

Photo by Voyager 1 (JPL) Jupiter, its Great Red Spot and three of its four largest satellites are visible in this photo taken Feb 5, 1979 by Voyager 1. The spacecraft was 28.4 million kilomters (17.5 million mi... More

Voyager 1 Image of Jupiter and two of its satellites (Io, left, and Europa). Io is about 350,000 kilometers (220,000 miles) above Jupiter's Great Red Spot; Europa is about 600,000 kilometers (375,000 miles) above Jupiter's clouds. Although both satellites have about the same brightness, Io's color is very different from Europa's. Io's equatorial region show two types of material -- dark orange, broken by several bright spots -- producing a mottled appearance. The poles are darker and reddish. Preliminary evidence suggests color variations within and between the polar regions.  Io's surface composition is unknown, but scientists believe it may be a mixture of salts and sulfur.  Erupoa is less strongly colored, although still relatively dark at short wavelengths. Markings on Eruopa are less evident that on the other satellites, although this picture shows darker regions toward the trailing half of the visible disk. Jupiter at this point is about 20 million kilometers (12.4 million miles) from the spacecraft.  At this resolution (about 400 kimometers or 250 miles) there is evidence of circular motion in Jupiter's atmosphere. While the dominant large-scale motions are west-to-east, small-scale movement includes eddy-like circulation within and between the bands.  (JPL ref: P-21082) ARC-1979-A79-0164-1

Voyager 1 Image of Jupiter and two of its satellites (Io, left, and Eu...

Voyager 1 Image of Jupiter and two of its satellites (Io, left, and Europa). Io is about 350,000 kilometers (220,000 miles) above Jupiter's Great Red Spot; Europa is about 600,000 kilometers (375,000 miles) abo... More

Voyager 1 Image of Jupiter and two of its satellites (Io, left, and Europa). Io is about 350,000 kilometers (220,000 miles) above Jupiter's Great Red Spot; Europa is about 600,000 kilometers (375,000 miles) above Jupiter's clouds. Although both satellites have about the same brightness, Io's color is very different from Europa's. Io's equatorial region show two types of material -- dark orange, broken by several bright spots -- producing a mottled appearance. The poles are darker and reddish. Preliminary evidence suggests color variations within and between the polar regions.  Io's surface composition is unknown, but scientists believe it may be a mixture of salts and sulfur.  Erupoa is less strongly colored, although still relatively dark at short wavelengths. Markings on Eruopa are less evident that on the other satellites, although this picture shows darker regions toward the trailing half of the visible disk. Jupiter at this point is about 20 million kilometers (12.4 million miles) from the spacecraft.  At this resolution (about 400 kimometers or 250 miles) there is evidence of circular motion in Jupiter's atmosphere. While the dominant large-scale motions are west-to-east, small-scale movement includes eddy-like circulation within and between the bands.  (JPL ref: P-21082) ARC-1979-AC79-0164-1

Voyager 1 Image of Jupiter and two of its satellites (Io, left, and Eu...

Voyager 1 Image of Jupiter and two of its satellites (Io, left, and Europa). Io is about 350,000 kilometers (220,000 miles) above Jupiter's Great Red Spot; Europa is about 600,000 kilometers (375,000 miles) abo... More

2:30 pm Photographer  :   JPL Range :  2.6 million km. ( 1.6 million miles ) Ganymede is Jupiter's largest satellite ( or moon ) With a radius of about 2600 km., about 1.5 times that of our moon, Ganymede has a bulk density of about 2.0 g/cc, almost half that of our moon, and is probably composed of rock and ice.  The large dark regions,  in the northeast quadrant, and the white spots, resemble features found on the moon, mare and impact respectively. The long white filaments resemble rays associated with impacts on the lunar surface. The various colors, other than the several blue, green, & orange dots, which are markings on the camera used for pointing determinations and are not physical markings, probably represent differing surface materials. ARC-1979-AC79-7014

2:30 pm Photographer : JPL Range : 2.6 million km. ( 1.6 million m...

2:30 pm Photographer : JPL Range : 2.6 million km. ( 1.6 million miles ) Ganymede is Jupiter's largest satellite ( or moon ) With a radius of about 2600 km., about 1.5 times that of our moon, Ganymede has a... More

P-21739 BW Range: 4.7 million kilometers (2.9 million miles) This picture of Io was taken as Voyager 2 closes in on the Jovian system. Scientists are studying these distant views of Io for evidences of changes since Voyager 1 observations in March of  79. Voyager 1 discovered that Io, the innermost of the Galilean satellites, is the most volcanically active body yet seen in the solar system, surpassing even earth. In this picture, the first volcano discovered by Voyager 1 is again visible in the lower left portion of the disk as a dark oval with a dark spot in the center.  In March, this volcano appeared as a heart-shaped marking, not a symmetrical oval. Scientists believe that the non-symmetric markings earlier resulted from a constriction in the mouth of the volcanic vent causing erupting material to extrude preferentially in certain directions. Apparently, the volcanic eruptive activity, which sends material to altitudes of 280 kilometers (175 miles) or more above this volcano, has changed the vent geometry or dislodged an obstruction. Such changes in the form of eruptive fountains are common in terrestial volcanos, although on a much smaller scale than on Io. ARC-1979-A79-7074

P-21739 BW Range: 4.7 million kilometers (2.9 million miles) This pict...

P-21739 BW Range: 4.7 million kilometers (2.9 million miles) This picture of Io was taken as Voyager 2 closes in on the Jovian system. Scientists are studying these distant views of Io for evidences of changes ... More

Range :  225,000 kilometers (140,625 miles) This image of the Jovian moon Europa was taken by Voyager 2 along the evening terminator, which best shows the surface topography of complex narrow ridges, seen as curved bright streaks, 5 to 10 kilometers wide, and typically 100 kilometers in length.  The area shown is about 600 by 800 kilometers, and the smallest features visible are about 4 kilometers in size.  Also visable are dark bands, more diffused in character, 20 to 40 kilometers wide and hundreds to thousands of kilometers in length.  A few features are suggestive of impact craters but are rare, indication that the surface thought to be dominantly ice is still active, perhaps warmed by tidal heating like Io.  The larger icy satellites, Callisto and Ganymede, are evidently colder with much more rigid crusts and ancient impact craters.  The complex intersection of dark markings and bright ridges suggest that the surface has been fractured and material from beneath has welled up to fill the cracks. ARC-1979-A79-7093

Range : 225,000 kilometers (140,625 miles) This image of the Jovian m...

Range : 225,000 kilometers (140,625 miles) This image of the Jovian moon Europa was taken by Voyager 2 along the evening terminator, which best shows the surface topography of complex narrow ridges, seen as cu... More

Range :  312, 000 kilometers (195,000 miles) This photo of Ganymede (Ice Giant) was taken from Voyager 2 and shows features down to about 5 to 6 kilometers across.  Different types of terrain common on Ganymede's surface are visible.  The boundary of the largest region of dark ancient terrain on Ganymede can be seen to the east (right), revealing some of the light linear features which may be all that remains of a large ancient impact structure similar to the large ring structure on Callisto.  The broad light regions running through the image are the typical grooved structures seen within another example of what might be evidence of large scale lateral motion in Ganymede's crust.  The band of grooved terrain (about 100 kilometers wide) in this region appears to be offset by 50 kilometers or more on the left hand edge by a linear feature perpendicular to it.  A feature similar to this one was previously discovered by Voyager 1.  These are the first clear examples of strike-slip style faulting on any planet other than Earth.  Many examples of craters of all ages can be seen in this image, ranging from fresh, bright ray craters to large, subdued circular markings thought to be the 'scars' of large ancient impacts that have been flatteded by glacier-like flows. ARC-1979-AC79-7095

Range : 312, 000 kilometers (195,000 miles) This photo of Ganymede (I...

Range : 312, 000 kilometers (195,000 miles) This photo of Ganymede (Ice Giant) was taken from Voyager 2 and shows features down to about 5 to 6 kilometers across. Different types of terrain common on Ganymede... More

A right side view of an Su-7 Fitter-A aircraft in Czechoslovakian air force markings

A right side view of an Su-7 Fitter-A aircraft in Czechoslovakian air ...

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

An air-to-air left side view of an F-14 Tomcat aircraft from Fighter Squadron 213 (VF-213) as it flies over the desert near Naval Air Staion, Fallon, Nevada. The aircraft has experimental markings

An air-to-air left side view of an F-14 Tomcat aircraft from Fighter S...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Country: Unknown Scene Camera Operator: Robert L. Lawson Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files

An Air Force staff sergeant of the 48th Organizational Maintenance Squadron, also a member of a model train club, holds a miniature train show. The model has authentic markings of a real turn-of-the-century train

An Air Force staff sergeant of the 48th Organizational Maintenance Squ...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Raf Lakenheath State: East Anglia Country: England / Great Britain (ENG) Scene Camera Operator: A1C Harry Savage Release Status: Released to Pub... More

Members of a model train club hold a miniature train show. The models have markings of real turn-of-the-century trains

Members of a model train club hold a miniature train show. The models ...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Raf Lakenheath State: East Anglia Country: England / Great Britain (ENG) Scene Camera Operator: SRA Scott Boyer Release Status: Released to Publ... More

A crewman paints markings for a fire lane on the deck of the aircraft carrier USS AMERICA (CV 66)

A crewman paints markings for a fire lane on the deck of the aircraft ...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: USS America (CV 66) Country: Mediterranean Sea (MED) Scene Camera Operator: Unknown Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Service ... More

A view of the aft starboard draft markings aboard the destroyer DD-997, hull number 4801, during inclining experiments

A view of the aft starboard draft markings aboard the destroyer DD-997...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Pascagoula State: Mississippi (MS) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: Ingalls Shipbuilding Release Status: Released ... More

A view of the forward port draft markings aboard the destroyer DD-997, hull number 4801, during inclining experiments

A view of the forward port draft markings aboard the destroyer DD-997,...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Pascagoula State: Mississippi (MS) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: Ingalls Shipbuilding Release Status: Released ... More

A view of the amidships starboard draft markings aboard the destroyer DD-997, hull number 4801, during inclining experiments

A view of the amidships starboard draft markings aboard the destroyer ...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Pascagoula State: Mississippi (MS) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: Ingalls Shipbuilding Release Status: Released ... More

A view of the forward starboard draft markings aboard the destroyer DD-997, hull number 4801, during inclining experiments

A view of the forward starboard draft markings aboard the destroyer DD...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Pascagoula State: Mississippi (MS) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: Ingalls Shipbuilding Release Status: Released ... More

A view of the aft port draft markings aboard the destroyer DD-997, hull number 4801, during inclining experiments

A view of the aft port draft markings aboard the destroyer DD-997, hul...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Pascagoula State: Mississippi (MS) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: Unknown Release Status: Released to Public Com... More

A view of the amidships port draft markings aboard the destroyer DD-997, hull number 4801, during inclining experiments

A view of the amidships port draft markings aboard the destroyer DD-99...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Pascagoula State: Mississippi (MS) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: Ingalls Shipbuilding Release Status: Released ... More

A crewman paints the "danger area" markings on the deck surrounding the anti-submarine rocket (ASROC) launcher aboard the frigate USS PATTERSON (FF 1061)

A crewman paints the "danger area" markings on the deck surrounding th...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: USS Patterson (FF 1061) Scene Camera Operator: Francis M. Cox Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files

The tail section of a Dassault-Mirage F-1 aircraft participating in Exercise CORAL SEA'85 showing the markings used by the Royal Australian Air Force

The tail section of a Dassault-Mirage F-1 aircraft participating in Ex...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Raaf Williamtown Country: Australia (AUS) Scene Camera Operator: SSGT James R. Ferguson Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Serv... More

Range :  36 million km. ( 22 million miles ) P-29426B/W This Voyager 2 photograph of Uranus shows the is the  first picture to show clear evidence of latitudinal banding in the planet's atmosphere.  This is a computerized summation of five images shot by the narrow angle camera. The concentric pattern emanates like a bulls-eye from the planets pole of rotation, which, in this view, lies left of center. uranus lies almost on its side with respect to the other planets  and is rotating in a counter clockwise direction, as seen here. Clouds in the Uranian atmosphere give rise to the pattern, the first clear evidence of banding similiar to that seen previosly on Saturn and Jupiter. The bandind on Uranus, however, shows much less contrast. At the distance at which the images were acquired, Voyager's camera could have detected individual features as small as 660 km. (410 miles) across, but no such cloud or markings  were apparent. Scientists cannot yet say what properties, such as cloud height, composition, or particle size, are giving rise to the varying levels of brightness visible here. The images composing this picture  were shot through a filter that transmits only violet light. in the original, unprocessed images, the contrast of features  producing the banding is low, not more than 10 percent. In order to reduce 'noise' and enhance the visiblity of the features, processors  combined five images  and then compared the resulting  composite to a hypothetical featureless planet illuminated  by the Sun from  the proper direction. Only the ratio between the original data and the hypothetical image is shown. ARC-1985-A86-7002

Range : 36 million km. ( 22 million miles ) P-29426B/W This Voyager 2...

Range : 36 million km. ( 22 million miles ) P-29426B/W This Voyager 2 photograph of Uranus shows the is the first picture to show clear evidence of latitudinal banding in the planet's atmosphere. This is a c... More

A view of the tail markings on a row of F-5 Tiger II and Freedom Fighter aircraft from the 102nd Squadron of the Royal Thai Air Force during Exercise COPE THUNDER '86-3. During the exercise more than 60 aircraft from the US and the Far East will be pitted against each other in daily combat scenarios, dogfights and bomb runs

A view of the tail markings on a row of F-5 Tiger II and Freedom Fight...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: COPE THUNDER '86-3 Base: Clark Air Base State: Luzon Country: Philippines (PHL) Scene Camera Operator: Ssgt James R. Ferguso... More

An air-to-air right side view of an RF-5E Tiger II aircraft with Royal Saudi Air Force markings.  The aircraft is equipped with AIM-9 Sidewinder missiles

An air-to-air right side view of an RF-5E Tiger II aircraft with Royal...

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

Depth 10,000 feet, 400 miles southwest of the Azores; stern view of the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS SCORPION (SSN-589) showing the upper portion of the rudder (with draft markings) and the port stern plane. Note that the impact with the ocean floor has caused the after portion of the engine room section to be telescoped into the machinery room. The ribs of the stern planes can be seen due to the deformation of the metal covering then and display the massive force which was imparted to the ship upon impact with the sea bottom. The SCORPION sank 22 May 1968

Depth 10,000 feet, 400 miles southwest of the Azores; stern view of th...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Country: Atlantic Ocean (AOC) Scene Camera Operator: Woods Hole Oceanographic Inst. Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Service Digital... More

A Soviet MiG-29UB Fulcrum trainer aircraft stands on the runway at the Farnborough Air Show, in front of an An-124 Condor bearing the markings of the Soviet airline Aerolot

A Soviet MiG-29UB Fulcrum trainer aircraft stands on the runway at the...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Farnborough Country: England / Great Britain (ENG) Scene Camera Operator: TSGT Nolan Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Service... More

Range :  5.4 million km (3.3 million miles) Features as small as 100 km (62 miles) across can be seen in this color image of Neptune's satellite Triton, photographed by Voyager 2.  Triton's overall pinkish color may be due to reddish materials produced by irradiation of methane gas and ice on the satellite.  The dark areas near the top of the image seem to be part of a belt of dark markings observed near Trition's equator at different longitudes.  Generally, darker areas on Triton appear to be somewhat redder in color than brighter areas.  The central longitude in the image is 123 degrees.  Here the south pole is at about   6 o'clock, approximately 1/6th of the way up from the bottom.  The color image was made from three black-and-white frames, taken through clear, violet and green filters. ARC-1989-AC89-7011

Range : 5.4 million km (3.3 million miles) Features as small as 100 k...

Range : 5.4 million km (3.3 million miles) Features as small as 100 km (62 miles) across can be seen in this color image of Neptune's satellite Triton, photographed by Voyager 2. Triton's overall pinkish colo... More

P-34615 These three color images of Triton were taken at three different orbital longitudes to show different faces of the neptune moon. the overall pinkish cast of the images may be due to the presence  of reddish material on Triton produced by irradiation of methane gas and ice on Triton. In these pictures the south pole  is at roughly 6 o'clock, about 1/6th of the way from the bottom. Near the top of the left  on Triton's equator are several large dark spots that are probably suface markings. These markings rotate with a 5.88-day orbital period of Triton. The left image has a central longitude 288 degrees, the center at 351 degrees ( nearly the hemisphere that will be seen at Voyager's closest approach to Triton), and the right image is at 35 degrees logitude. ARC-1989-AC89-7002

P-34615 These three color images of Triton were taken at three differe...

P-34615 These three color images of Triton were taken at three different orbital longitudes to show different faces of the neptune moon. the overall pinkish cast of the images may be due to the presence of red... More

P-34665 This false color Voyager 2 image of Neptune's satellite Triton, is a composite of three images taken through ultraviolet, green, and viloet filters. The smallest resolvable features are about 47 km., or 29 miles accross. Mottling in the bright southern hemisphere may be the result of topography, if Triton's crust is predominently water ice, which is rigid at Triton's surface temperature. Alternatively, the mottling could be due to markings on a smooth surface, if the crust is composed of nitrogen, carbon monoxide, or methane ice, since they are soft at the same temperature. ARC-1989-AC89-7018

P-34665 This false color Voyager 2 image of Neptune's satellite Triton...

P-34665 This false color Voyager 2 image of Neptune's satellite Triton, is a composite of three images taken through ultraviolet, green, and viloet filters. The smallest resolvable features are about 47 km., or... More

Range :  4 million km. ( 2.5 million miles ) P-34654 This Voyager 2 image of Neptune's satteltite Triton was made by combining images taken through the green, clear, and violet filters. The smallest feature seen are about 74 km, or 46 miles accross. The south pole of Triton is currently tipped toward the sun and it is summer in the southern hemisphere. The south pole is located about a quarter of the way up from the bottom if the image. The bright band near the top of the image nearly coincides with the equator of Triton. One prominent and several smaller bright, wispy streaks extend from the band into the darker northern hemisphere. The prominent wispy streak shows bluish-white color, while the darker northern hemisphere is reddish in color. This may indicate that the streak is freshly deposited frost while the red color in the northern hemisphere may result from methane frost that has been darkened by radiation. Individual markings appear to rotate with the satellite and retain their shapes indicating they are indeed surface features and not in the tenuous atmosphere. ARC-1989-AC89-7016

Range : 4 million km. ( 2.5 million miles ) P-34654 This Voyager 2 im...

Range : 4 million km. ( 2.5 million miles ) P-34654 This Voyager 2 image of Neptune's satteltite Triton was made by combining images taken through the green, clear, and violet filters. The smallest feature see... More

This photomosaic of Triton, assembled from 14 individual frames, shows the great variety of its surface features.  At the bottom of the image are remnants of the south polar cap, containing 'dark'  streaks generally aligned towards the northeast (upper right in the image).  Even though these are darker than other features on Triton, they reflect nearly ten times as much light as the surface of the Earth's moon.  North of the cap, in the western (left) half of the disk is the region which has been informally dubbed the 'cantaloupe' terrain.  Small dimples with upraised rims and shallow central depressions dot the area.  Long fractures have opened allowing some icy material to ooze up and form a central ridge.  These criss-cross the region and extend into parts of the polar cap region.  Towards the south this terrain has a light covering of frost.  Running east to the limb of Triton, just north of the polar cap, is an area of smooth plains and low hills which is the most densely cratered region seen.  In the northeast (upper right) of this image are plains which show evidence for extensive resurfacing, including possible extrusions of flowing material onto the surface.  This region also contains two large smooth areas reminiscent of the maria of the Earth's moon which were formed by large-scale volcanic flooding.  Near the eastern (right) limb of Triton are three darker gray markings with sharply defined brighter borders.  These are unlike anything else seen in the solar system, and their origin is not yet understood. ARC-1989-A89-7061

This photomosaic of Triton, assembled from 14 individual frames, shows...

This photomosaic of Triton, assembled from 14 individual frames, shows the great variety of its surface features. At the bottom of the image are remnants of the south polar cap, containing 'dark' streaks gene... More

A close-up view of the markings on the tail of a Swiss-made Pilatus PC-9 aircraft that is undergoing evaluation by a U.S. Army test board

A close-up view of the markings on the tail of a Swiss-made Pilatus PC...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Pope Air Force Base State: North Carolina (NC) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: MSGT Ken Hammond Release Status: R... More

A close-up view of the markings on the nose of a Swiss-made Pilatus PC-9 aircraft that is undergoing evaluation by a U.S. Army test board

A close-up view of the markings on the nose of a Swiss-made Pilatus PC...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Pope Air Force Base State: North Carolina (NC) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: MSGT Ken Hammond Release Status: R... More

A close-up view of the markings on the right wing of a Swiss-made Pilatus PC-9 aircraft that is undergoing evaluation by a U.S. Army test board

A close-up view of the markings on the right wing of a Swiss-made Pila...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Pope Air Force Base State: North Carolina (NC) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: MSGT Ken Hammond Release Status: R... More

San Antonio Air Logistics Center. Mike Grost, chief investigator at the Life Support Equipment Investigation Laboratory, right, and colleague James Dugan study markings on a flight boot in an effort to determine the cause of an airplane crash. Grost analyzes flight gear, clothing, life support equipment and aircraft parts to determine the cause of plane accidents in the interest of preventing future tragedies

San Antonio Air Logistics Center. Mike Grost, chief investigator at th...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Kelly Air Force Base State: Texas (TX) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: TSGT Fernando Serna Release Status: Releas... More

Range :  1.7 million miles This photo of Venus was taken by the Galileo spacecraft's Solid State Imaging System.  A high-pass spatial filter has been applied in order to emphasize the smaller-scale cloud features, and the rendition has been colorized to a bluish hue  in order to emphasize the subtle contrasts in the cloud markings and to indicate how it was taken through a violet filter.  The sulfuric acid clouds indicate considerable convective activity, in the equatorial regions of the planet to the left and downwind of the subsolar point (afternoon on Venus),  They are analogous to 'fair weather clouds' on Earth.  The filamentary dark features visible in the colorized image are here revealed to be composed of several dark nodules, like strings on a bead, each about 60 miles across. ARC-1990-AC91-2014

Range : 1.7 million miles This photo of Venus was taken by the Galile...

Range : 1.7 million miles This photo of Venus was taken by the Galileo spacecraft's Solid State Imaging System. A high-pass spatial filter has been applied in order to emphasize the smaller-scale cloud featur... More

Range :  1.7 million miles This colorized picture of Venus was taken about 6 days after Galileo's closest approach to the planet.  It has been colorized to a bluish hue to emphasize subtle contrasts in the cloud markings and to indicate that it was taken through a violet filter.  Features in the sulfuric acid clouds near the top of the planet's atmosphere are most prominent in violet and ultraviolet light.  This image shows the east-to-west-trending cloud banding and the brighter polar hoods familiar from past studies of Venus.  The features are embedded in winds that flow from east to west at about 230 mph.  The smallest features visible are about 45 miles across.  An intriguing filamentary dark pattern is seen immediately left of the bright region at the subsolar point (equatorial 'noon').  North is at the top and the evening terminator is to the left. ARC-1990-AC91-2004

Range : 1.7 million miles This colorized picture of Venus was taken a...

Range : 1.7 million miles This colorized picture of Venus was taken about 6 days after Galileo's closest approach to the planet. It has been colorized to a bluish hue to emphasize subtle contrasts in the clou... More

A US Navy (USN) C-2A Greyhound, Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 30 (VRC-30) Providers, begins its catapult from the deck of the Kitty Hawk Class Aircraft Carrier USS CONSTELLATION (CV 64) for the last time as the carrier is going in for three year Service Life Extension Program (SLEP) phase. That's why the Greyhound has no carrier markings

A US Navy (USN) C-2A Greyhound, Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 30 (V...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: USS Constellation (CV 64) Country: Pacific Ocean (POC) Scene Camera Operator: Unknown Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Servic... More

A US Navy (USN) C-2A Greyhound, Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 30 (VRC-30) Providers, with wings still folded taxies into position for a launch from the deck of the Kitty Hawk Class Aircraft Carrier USS CONSTELLATION (CV 64) for the last time as the carrier is going in for three year Service Life Extension Program (SLEP) phase. That's why the Greyhound has no carrier markings

A US Navy (USN) C-2A Greyhound, Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 30 (V...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: USS Constellation (CV 64) Country: Pacific Ocean (POC) Scene Camera Operator: Unknown Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Servic... More

A US Navy (USN) C-2A Greyhound, Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 30 (VRC-30) Providers, catapulted from the deck of the Kitty Hawk Class Aircraft Carrier USS CONSTELLATION (CV 64) for the last time as the carrier is going in for three year Service Life Extension Program (SLEP) phase. That's why the Greyhound has no carrier markings

A US Navy (USN) C-2A Greyhound, Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 30 (V...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: USS Constellation (CV 64) Country: Pacific Ocean (POC) Scene Camera Operator: Unknown Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Servic... More

A US Navy (USN) C-2A Greyhound, Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 30 (VRC-30) Providers, launched from the deck of the Kitty Hawk Class Aircraft Carrier USS CONSTELLATION (CV 64) for the last time as the carrier is going in for three year Service Life Extension Program (SLEP) phase. That's why the Greyhound has no carrier markings

A US Navy (USN) C-2A Greyhound, Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 30 (V...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: USS Constellation (CV 64) Country: Pacific Ocean (POC) Scene Camera Operator: Unknown Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Servic... More

A US Navy (USN) C-2A Greyhound, Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 30 (VRC-30) Providers, with wings still folded, runs up the engines in preparation for a launch from the deck of the Kitty Hawk Class Aircraft Carrier USS CONSTELLATION (CV 64) for the last time as the carrier is going in for three year Service Life Extension Program (SLEP) phase. That's why the Greyhound has no carrier markings

A US Navy (USN) C-2A Greyhound, Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 30 (V...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: USS Constellation (CV 64) Country: Pacific Ocean (POC) Scene Camera Operator: Unknown Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Servic... More

A US Navy (USN) C-2A Greyhound, Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 30 (VRC-30) Providers, in position begins to unfold its wings as it prepares for a launch from the deck of the Kitty Hawk Class Aircraft Carrier USS CONSTELLATION (CV 64) for the last time as the carrier is going in for three year Service Life Extension Program (SLEP) phase. That's why the Greyhound has no carrier markings

A US Navy (USN) C-2A Greyhound, Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 30 (V...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: USS Constellation (CV 64) Country: Pacific Ocean (POC) Scene Camera Operator: Unknown Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Servic... More

Training devices, engines and various aircraft crowd the display area at the US Naval Aviation Museum. An F-4B Phantom II aircraft bearing the markings of Fighter Squadron 154 (VF-154) is at center

Training devices, engines and various aircraft crowd the display area ...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Naval Air Station, Pensacola State: Florida (FL) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: Jim Bryant Release Status: Relea... More

The tail fins of a line of F-4D Phantom II aircraft depict markings from Air National Guard units of Michigan, North Dakota, Texas, Kansas and Oregon. The Phantoms are parked in line at the Aerospace Maintenance Regeneration Center, where stored planes that have been removed from service are either sold for scrap, returned to the inventory, or sent to museums

The tail fins of a line of F-4D Phantom II aircraft depict markings fr...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Davis-Monthan Air Force Base State: Arizona (AZ) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: TSGT. Michael Haggerty Release S... More

Water level markings on the hull indicate the depth of immersion of the heavy lift ship SUPER SERVANT 3. The vessel will be used to transport ocean minesweepers and other equipment to the Persian Gulf in response to Iraq's invasion of Kuwait

Water level markings on the hull indicate the depth of immersion of th...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: DESERT STORM Base: Naval Air Station, Norfolk State: Virginia (VA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Oper... More

Water level markings on the hull indicate the depth of immersion of the heavy lift ship SUPER SERVANT 3. The vessel will be used to transport ocean minesweepers and other equipment to the Persian Gulf in response to Iraq's invasion of Kuwait

Water level markings on the hull indicate the depth of immersion of th...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: DESERT STORM Base: Naval Air Station, Norfolk State: Virginia (VA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Oper... More

A close-up view of the markings on the side of a Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron 130 (VAQ-130) EA-6B Prowler aircraft parked on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV-67). The missile silhouettes indicate the number of anti-radiation missiles launched by the aircraft's crew against Iraqi radar installations during Operation Desert Storm

A close-up view of the markings on the side of a Tactical Electronic W...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: DESERT STORM Country: Unknown Scene Camera Operator: PH3 Paul A. Hawhorne Release Status: Released to Public Combined Militar... More

A close-up view of the markings on the side of an Attack Squadron 42 (VA-42) A-7E Corsair aircraft parked on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV-67). The markings are an accounting of the anti-radiation missiles, cluster bombs and general-purpose bombs fired or dropped by the aircraft's pilot during Operation Desert Storm

A close-up view of the markings on the side of an Attack Squadron 42 (...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: DESERT STORM Country: Unknown Scene Camera Operator: PH3 Paul A. Hawhorne Release Status: Released to Public Combined Militar... More

A close-up view of the markings under the cockpit of a Marine Attack Squadron 231 (VMA-231) AV-8B Harrier aircraft on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV-67). The ace of spades is VMA-231's squadron insignia; the 39 painted inside the bomb refers to the number of combat missions flown by the pilot during Operation Desert Storm

A close-up view of the markings under the cockpit of a Marine Attack S...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: DESERT STORM Country: Unknown Scene Camera Operator: PH3 Paul A. Hawhorne Release Status: Released to Public Combined Militar... More

A close-up view of the markings on the nose of an Attack Squadron 75 (VA-75) A-6E Intruder aircraft parked on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV-67). Each bomb represents a combat mission flown by the aircraft's crew during Operation Desert Storm

A close-up view of the markings on the nose of an Attack Squadron 75 (...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Country: Unknown Scene Camera Operator: PH3 Hawthorne Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files

A close-up view of the markings on the side of a helicopter Anti-submarine Squadron 7 (HS-7) SH-3H Sea King helicopter parked on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV-67) following the cease-fire that ended Operation Desert Storm

A close-up view of the markings on the side of a helicopter Anti-subma...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: DESERT STORM Country: Unknown Scene Camera Operator: PH3 Paul A. Hawhorne Release Status: Released to Public Combined Militar... More

A close-up view of the markings on the side of an Attack Squadron 72 (VA-72) A-7E Corsair aircraft parked on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV-67). The markings include an accounting of the number of combat missions flown by the aircraft's pilot during Operation Desert Storm and the number of general-purpose bombs, cluster bombs and anti-radiation missiles and television-guided bombs dropped or fired during those missions

A close-up view of the markings on the side of an Attack Squadron 72 (...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: DESERT STORM Country: Unknown Scene Camera Operator: PH3 Paul A. Hawhorne Release Status: Released to Public Combined Militar... More

A close-up view of the markings on the side of an Attack Squadron 72 (VA-72) A-7E Corsair aircraft parked on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV-67). The markings include an accounting of the number of combat missions flown by the aircraft's pilot during Operation Desert Storm and the number of general-purpose bombs, cluster bombs and anti-radiation missiles dropped or fired during those missions

A close-up view of the markings on the side of an Attack Squadron 72 (...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: DESERT STORM Country: Unknown Scene Camera Operator: PH3 Paul A. Hawhorne Release Status: Released to Public Combined Militar... More

A close-up view of the markings on the side of an Attack Squadron 72 (VA-72) A-7E Corsair aircraft parked on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV-67). Each camel represents a combat mission flown by the aircraft's pilot during Operation Desert Storm

A close-up view of the markings on the side of an Attack Squadron 72 (...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: DESERT STORM Country: Unknown Scene Camera Operator: PH3 Paul A. Hawhorne Release Status: Released to Public Combined Militar... More

A close-up view of the markings on the side of a Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron 126 (VAW-126) E-2C Hawkeye aircraft parked on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV-67). The lightening bolts indicate the number of missions flown by the aircraft's crew during Operation Desert Storm

A close-up view of the markings on the side of a Carrier Airborne Earl...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: DESERT STORM Country: Unknown Scene Camera Operator: PH3 Paul A. Hawhorne Release Status: Released to Public Combined Militar... More

A left front view of an Iraqi AML-90- light armored car that was captured during Operation Desert Storm. Inverted "V" markings like those used on coalition vehicles have been placed on the vehicle's hull and turret

A left front view of an Iraqi AML-90- light armored car that was captu...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: DESERT STORM Country: Kuwait (KWT) Scene Camera Operator: Lance CPL. Lanham Release Status: Released to Public Combined Milit... More

A right front view of an Iraqi AML-90 light armored car that was captured during Operation Desert Storm. Inverted "V" markings like those used on coalition vehicles have been placed on the vehicle's hull and turret. A captured ZPU-4 anti-aircraft machine gun is at right

A right front view of an Iraqi AML-90 light armored car that was captu...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: DESERT STORM Country: Kuwait (KWT) Scene Camera Operator: Lance CPL. Lanham Release Status: Released to Public Combined Milit... More

An aviation ordnanceman stands next to the mission markings painted on the side on an A-6E Intruder aircraft on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS RANGER (CV-61). The RANGER is on station in the Persian Gulf region following Operation Desert Storm

An aviation ordnanceman stands next to the mission markings painted on...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: DESERT STORM Country: Arabian Sea Scene Camera Operator: JO1(Sw) Gregg L. Snaza Release Status: Released to Public Combined M... More

An ammunition crate bearing Jordanian markings is displayed after being recovered from an abandoned building by the Marines of an explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) team attached to Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) Service Support Group 24 (MSSG-24). The disposal of discarded Iraqi munitions is being conducted in conjunction with Operation Provide Comfort, a multinational effort to aid Kurdish refugees in northern Iraq and southern Turkey

An ammunition crate bearing Jordanian markings is displayed after bein...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: PROVIDE COMFORT Base: Zakhu Country: Iraq (IRQ) Scene Camera Operator: JOC Marjie J. Shaw Release Status: Released to Public... More

A close-up view of the markings painted beneath the cockpit of a Marine Attack Squadron 231 (VMA-231) AV-8B Harrier aircraft on display at the 1991 Department of Defense Joint Services Open House. The ace of spades at left is VMA-231's squadron emblem. At right, "Free Kuwait" is written in Arabic above a bomb representing the 61 missions flown by the aircraft's pilot during Operation Desert Storm

A close-up view of the markings painted beneath the cockpit of a Marin...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: DESERT STORM Base: Andrews Air Force Base State: Maryland (MD) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator... More

A close-up view of the mission markings on the nose of a Marine All-Weather Attack Squadron 533 (VMA(AW)-533) A-6E Intruder aircraft on display at the 1991 Department of Defense Joint Services Open House. The missions were flown during Operation Desert Storm

A close-up view of the mission markings on the nose of a Marine All-We...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: DESERT STORM Base: Andrews Air Force Base State: Maryland (MD) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator... More

A close-up view of the markings painted on the side of a 74th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 23rd Tactical Fighter Wing, A-10A Thunderbolt aircraft on display at the 1991 Department of Defense Joint Services Open House. The markings indicate the number of Iraqi trucks, artillery pieces, tanks, armored vehicles and radar sites destroyed by the aircraft during Operation DESERT STORM

A close-up view of the markings painted on the side of a 74th Tactical...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: DESERT STORM Base: Andrews Air Force Base State: Maryland (MD) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator... More

A view of the mission markings painted beneath the cockpit of a 37th Tactical Fighter Wing F-117A aircraft on display at the 1991 Department of Defense Joint Services Open House. The missions were flown during Operation Desert Storm

A view of the mission markings painted beneath the cockpit of a 37th T...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: DESERT STORM Base: Andrews Air Force Base State: Maryland (MD) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator... More

A sailor holds onto the harness as a fellow crew member paints draft markings on the hull of the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS OKLAHOMA CITY (SSN-723)

A sailor holds onto the harness as a fellow crew member paints draft m...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Naval Air Station, Norfolk State: Virginia (VA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: PH1 Mike Flynn Release Status: Re... More

A left front view of an F-14A Tomcat aircraft of the Navy Fighter Weapons School painted with Soviet markings for training purposes

A left front view of an F-14A Tomcat aircraft of the Navy Fighter Weap...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Naval Air Station, Miramar State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: PH2 Bruce Trombecky, Usnr-R Rel... More

A right side view of an F-14A Tomcat aircraft of the Navy Fighter Weapons School painted in Soviet markings for training purposes

A right side view of an F-14A Tomcat aircraft of the Navy Fighter Weap...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Naval Air Station, Miramar State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: PH2 Bruce Trombecky, Usnr-R Rel... More

A close-up view of water level markings on the bow of a U.S. Navy ship

A close-up view of water level markings on the bow of a U.S. Navy ship

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Naval Station, Subic Bay State: Luzon Country: Philippines(PHL) Scene Camera Operator: PHCS James Brown Release Status: Released to Public Combi... More

Mission markings and commemorative information cover the nose of a restored B-25 Mitchell bomber aircraft on the deck of the aircraft carrier USS RANGER (CV-61). It and another B-25 will be launched in a re-enactment of "Doolittle's Riad" of April 18, 1942, during which 16 B-25's were launched from the aircraft carrier USS HORNET (CV-8) in the first mainland attack on Japan

Mission markings and commemorative information cover the nose of a res...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Naval Air Station, San Diego State: California(CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: PHCM Terry Mitchell Release St... More

Markings beneath the cockpit window on a Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron 131 (VAQ-131) EA-68 Prowler aircraft indicates the number of Iraqi surface-to-air (SAM) Missile sites destroyed by ACM-88A High-speed anti-radiation missiles (HARM) deployed by the squadron's aircraft during Operation Desert Storm

Markings beneath the cockpit window on a Tactical Electronic Warfare S...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: DESERT STORM Base: Naval Air Facility, Andrews Afb State: Maryland (MD) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera... More

A close view of the tail section of a KC-10 Extender aircraft from the 22nd Air Refueling Wing. A technician paints new tail markings, including AMC (Air Mobility Command)

A close view of the tail section of a KC-10 Extender aircraft from the...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: March Air Force Base State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: Unknown Release Status: Released to P... More

United Nations tanks at the Belgian compound in Kismayo. The UN forces are in Somalia in support of Operation CONTINUE HOPE. Front view of a T-72 main battle tank with UN markings

United Nations tanks at the Belgian compound in Kismayo. The UN forces...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: CONTINUE HOPE Base: Kismayo Country: Somalia (SOM) Scene Camera Operator: SGT. G.D. Robinson Release Status: Released to Pub... More

United Nations tanks at the Belgian compound in Kismayo. The UN forces are in Somalia in support of Operation CONTINUE HOPE. Front view of a T-72 main battle tank with UN markings

United Nations tanks at the Belgian compound in Kismayo. The UN forces...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: CONTINUE HOPE Base: Kismayo Country: Somalia (SOM) Scene Camera Operator: SGT. G.D. Robinson Release Status: Released to Pub... More

United Nations tanks at the Belgian compound in Kismayo. 3/4 right side view of a T-72 main battle tank with UN markings. The UN forces are in Somalia in support of OPERATION CONTINUE HOPE

United Nations tanks at the Belgian compound in Kismayo. 3/4 right sid...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: CONTINUE HOPE Base: Kismayo Country: Somalia (SOM) Scene Camera Operator: SGT. G.D. Robinson Release Status: Released to Pub... More

A left side view of an F-14A Tomcat aircraft of Fighter Squadron 41 (VF-41) parked on the flight line. The aircraft is in the colorful squadron markings of the commander of Carrier Air Wing 8 (CVW-8) and is assigned to the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT (CVN-71)

A left side view of an F-14A Tomcat aircraft of Fighter Squadron 41 (V...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Naval Air Station, Oceana State: Virginia (VA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: PH2 Bruce Trombecky Release Status... More

A right side view of an A-6E Intruder aircraft of Attack Squadron 85 (VA-85) parked on the flight line. This aircraft is in the markings of the Commander, Carrier Wing One (CVW-1) known as the "CAG" and is assigned to the aircraft carrier USS AMERICA (CV-66)

A right side view of an A-6E Intruder aircraft of Attack Squadron 85 (...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Naval Air Station, Oceana State: Virginia (VA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: PH2 Bruce Trombecky Release Status... More

A right side view of an A-6E Intruder aircraft of Attack Squadron 75 (VA-75) parked on the flight line. The aircraft is painted in the markings of Commander, Carrier Air Wing Three (CVW-3) and is assigned to the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN-69)

A right side view of an A-6E Intruder aircraft of Attack Squadron 75 (...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Naval Air Station, Oceana State: Virginia (VA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: PH2 Bruce Trombecky Release Status... More

Close up of the Cargo markings, Tanzania

Close up of the Cargo markings, Tanzania

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: TANZANIA AIRLIFT Base: Mwanza Country: United Republic Of Tanzania (TZA) Scene Camera Operator: TSGT. David Mcleod Release S... More

COL. James E. (Sandy) Sandstrom, from Pope AFB, N.C., taxies his C-130 Hercules after arriving for RODEO '94. His team will be up against 26 other foreign and domestic C-130 class teams competing or observing this year. His C-130 carries the distinctive "Flying Tiger" markings

COL. James E. (Sandy) Sandstrom, from Pope AFB, N.C., taxies his C-130...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: RODEO '94 Base: Mcchord Air Force Base State: Washington (WA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator:... More

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