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Patch Box, unknown artist. American decorative arts.
Box for rouge and patches, London, England
Box for rouge and patches
Box for rouge and patches
Patchwork
Patchwork quilt
Watershed of Rocky Mountains, lat. 49 ̊N. - snow patches and glaciers

Watershed of Rocky Mountains, lat. 49 ̊N. - snow patches and glaciers

Photograph shows a cairn, patches of snow, and glaciers in the Rocky Mountains along the boundary line between United States and Canada at latitude 49 ̊North. Title from item. In album: [British Northwest Bound... More

Patchwork quilt
Champion hunting dogs shown to President Hoover. The champion hunting dogs of the country were brought to the White House today where they were shown to President Hoover, who is an ardent hunter and a lover of dogs. The dogs are Southboro Sunny, Delaware Kate, Herwitham J.P., and Englehurst Patches. In the photograph, left to right: President Hoover; Mrs. B.F. Lewis, dog fancier of Lancaster, P.A., Ernest Smoot, son of Senator Smoot of Utah; and B.F. Lewis
View of the reforestation area on the Withlacoochee Land Use Project, Florida. The light patches of forest are blackjack oak weed tree which is to be replaced by pine
[Copy of photographs showing: men and women seated in a semi-circle outside a building, some with patches on their eyes (top); group portrait of men standing, holding canes? (center); and Iranian? women and children seated with Caucasian women holding a baby (bottom)]
Grain elevator with tar patches. Minneapolis, Minnesota
Grain elevators with tar patches. Minneapolis, Minnesota
Photograph of Typical Scene in the Better Low Land Areas

Photograph of Typical Scene in the Better Low Land Areas

Original caption: Typical scene in the better low land areas. Patches of corn, cattle grazing, hay fields, patches of woodland on the knoll tops. Historic Photographs

Homes with gardens, patches of tobacco and corn in mountain section near Hyden, Kentucky
Shadows on the snow in the mountains in Bernalillo County, New Mexico. The unusual crescent shaped light in patches in the shadows were caused by the eclipse of the sun
Homes with gardens, patches of tobacco and corn in mountain section near Hyden, Kentucky
Kitchen of Perry Warner, small farmer in Tehama County, California. He is a FSA (Farm Security Administration) client and rents three separate fifteen acre patches of land, two of which are adjacent and  are rented on share basis; the other patch is rented on a cash basis. His main crops are pigs and dairy cattle
A potato field after the crop has been gathered. The row of dark patches is caused by the burning of the vines. Near Caribou, Maine
Snow in the mountains of Bernalillo County, New Mexico. The unusual crescent shape patches of light in the shadows were caused by the partial eclipse of the sun
Homes with gardens, patches of tobacco and corn in mountain section near Hyden, Kentucky
Barrage balloon manufacture. Final patching and tying. Men in the foreground are rolling cemented patches into correct position on the outside walls of a barrage balloon, while their co-worker in the background is checking the wrapping of ropes in cloth to prevent any stray bristles from puncturing the rubberized fabric. General Tire and Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio
Mule-drawn combine in wheat field in Walla Walla County, Washington. Dark patches of land are summer fallow
Salvage. Scrap rubber collection. Have you any old rubber lying around? Look at this picture closely and you will find many things that you too can contribute to the national scrap rubber pile. This accumulation in the yards of the Dowenthal Company in Akron, Ohio, contains old bicycle tires, hot water bottles, fruit jar rings, rubber heals and soles, floor mats, tire patches, hose connections, tubing, gaskets, fan belts, washers, in fact, everything but rubber checks
Los Angeles, California. "Flying Patch," a Currtiss "Warhawk" fighter plane complete except for engine and tail assembly, with simulated bullet holes and patches. It is used at the sheet metal mechanics school operated by the Anderson organization for the United States Army air force technical training command. The soldier trainees are shown punching holes, measuring for patch sizes, drilling, and riveting
Camp Lejeune, New River, North Carolina. A view of the barrage balloon, showing the curtain and the finger patches to which they attach handling lines
315th Tactical Airlift Wing members, SSGT W. Pase, MAJ B. Clark and SSGT R. Christie, left to right, pose beside a UC-123K Provider aircraft. The aircraft, being inactivated, is named "Patches" for the more than 1,000 hit-hole patches that it received during the Vietnam conflict

315th Tactical Airlift Wing members, SSGT W. Pase, MAJ B. Clark and SS...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: PHAN Rang Air Base Country: South Vietnam Scene Camera Operator: Unknown Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Service Digital Pho... More

LTC Slicker, commander, 310th Tactical Airlift Squadron, 315th Tactical Airlift Wing, talks with UC-123K Provider aircraft pilot CPT J. Greene. The aircraft, being inactivated, is named "Patches" for the more than 1,000 hit-hole patches that it received during the Vietnam conflict

LTC Slicker, commander, 310th Tactical Airlift Squadron, 315th Tactica...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: PHAN Rang Air Base Country: South Vietnam Scene Camera Operator: Unknown Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Service Digital Pho... More

COL Ray C. Staley, commander, 315th Tactical Airlift Wing, greets UC-123K Provider aircraft crew members. The members are SSGT W. Pase, left, and SSGT R. Christie. The aircraft, being inactivated, is named "Patches" for the more than 1,000 hit-hole patches that it received during the Vietnam conflict

COL Ray C. Staley, commander, 315th Tactical Airlift Wing, greets UC-1...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: PHAN Rang Air Base Country: South Vietnam Scene Camera Operator: Unknown Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Service Digital Pho... More

Left side view of a parked UC-123K Provider aircraft from the 315th Tactical Airlift Wing. The aircraft, being inactivated, is named "Patches" for the more than 1,000 hit-hole patches that it received during the Vietnam conflict. The images painted on the aircraft are Snuffy Smith wearing a bullet-riddled hat and four Purple hearts, one for each aircrew member wounded in flight

Left side view of a parked UC-123K Provider aircraft from the 315th Ta...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: PHAN Rang Air Base Country: South Vietnam Scene Camera Operator: SGT Rodney Eagan Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Service Di... More

COL Ray C. Staley, commander, 315th Tactical Airlift Wing, greets a UC-123K Provider aircraft crew. The crew members, left to right, are SSGT W. Pase, SSGT R. Christie, CPT J. Greene, MAJ B. Clark and LT B. Slaughter. The aircraft, being inactivated, is named "Patches" for the more than 1,000 hit-hole patches that it received during the Vietnam conflict

COL Ray C. Staley, commander, 315th Tactical Airlift Wing, greets a UC...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: PHAN Rang Air Base Country: South Vietnam Scene Camera Operator: Unknown Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Service Digital Pho... More

A right front view of a parked UC-123K Provider aircraft of the 315th Tactical Airlift Wing. The aircraft, being inactivated, is named "Patches" for the more than 1,000 hit-hole patches that it received during the Vietnam conflict

A right front view of a parked UC-123K Provider aircraft of the 315th ...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: PHAN Rang Air Base Country: South Vietnam Scene Camera Operator: Unknown Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Service Digital Pho... More

MOD-0A CLAYTON NEW MEXICO WIND TURBINE BLADES AND REPAIR PATCHES

MOD-0A CLAYTON NEW MEXICO WIND TURBINE BLADES AND REPAIR PATCHES

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 8/1/1978 Photographer: MARTIN BROWN Keywords: Wind Turbine Wind Turbine Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

MOD-0A CLAYTON NEW MEXICO WIND TURBINE BLADES AND REPAIR PATCHES

MOD-0A CLAYTON NEW MEXICO WIND TURBINE BLADES AND REPAIR PATCHES

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 8/1/1978 Photographer: MARTIN BROWN Keywords: Wind Turbine Wind Turbine Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

MOD-0A CLAYTON NEW MEXICO WIND TURBINE BLADES AND REPAIR PATCHES

MOD-0A CLAYTON NEW MEXICO WIND TURBINE BLADES AND REPAIR PATCHES

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 8/1/1978 Photographer: MARTIN BROWN Keywords: Wind Turbine Wind Turbine Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

MOD-0A CLAYTON NEW MEXICO WIND TURBINE BLADES AND REPAIR PATCHES

MOD-0A CLAYTON NEW MEXICO WIND TURBINE BLADES AND REPAIR PATCHES

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 8/1/1978 Photographer: MARTIN BROWN Keywords: Wind Turbine Wind Turbine Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

MOD-0A CLAYTON NEW MEXICO WIND TURBINE BLADES AND REPAIR PATCHES

MOD-0A CLAYTON NEW MEXICO WIND TURBINE BLADES AND REPAIR PATCHES

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 8/1/1978 Photographer: MARTIN BROWN Keywords: Wind Turbine Wind Turbine Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

MOD-0A CLAYTON NEW MEXICO WIND TURBINE BLADES AND REPAIR PATCHES

MOD-0A CLAYTON NEW MEXICO WIND TURBINE BLADES AND REPAIR PATCHES

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 8/1/1978 Photographer: MARTIN BROWN Keywords: Wind Turbine Wind Turbine Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

MOD-0A CLAYTON NEW MEXICO WIND TURBINE BLADES AND REPAIR PATCHES

MOD-0A CLAYTON NEW MEXICO WIND TURBINE BLADES AND REPAIR PATCHES

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 8/1/1978 Photographer: MARTIN BROWN Keywords: Wind Turbine Wind Turbine Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

MOD-0A CLAYTON NEW MEXICO WIND TURBINE BLADES AND REPAIR PATCHES

MOD-0A CLAYTON NEW MEXICO WIND TURBINE BLADES AND REPAIR PATCHES

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 8/1/1978 Photographer: MARTIN BROWN Keywords: Wind Turbine Wind Turbine Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

PATCHES ON WINDMILL BLADE NO. 2

PATCHES ON WINDMILL BLADE NO. 2

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 9/24/1979 Photographer: DONALD HUEBLER Keywords: 1979_03868.jpg c1979_03800s Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

PATCHES ON WINDMILL BLADE NO. 2

PATCHES ON WINDMILL BLADE NO. 2

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 9/24/1979 Photographer: DONALD HUEBLER Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

PATCHES ON WINDMILL BLADE NO. 2

PATCHES ON WINDMILL BLADE NO. 2

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 9/24/1979 Photographer: DONALD HUEBLER Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

PATCHES ON WINDMILL BLADE NO. 2

PATCHES ON WINDMILL BLADE NO. 2

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 9/24/1979 Photographer: DONALD HUEBLER Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

PATCHES ON WINDMILL BLADE NO. 2

PATCHES ON WINDMILL BLADE NO. 2

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 9/24/1979 Photographer: DONALD HUEBLER Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

PATCHES ON WINDMILL BLADE NO. 2

PATCHES ON WINDMILL BLADE NO. 2

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 9/24/1979 Photographer: DONALD HUEBLER Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

Range : 7 million kilometers (5 million miles) Callisto is Jupiter's outermost Galilean satellites and darkest of  the four(but almost twice as bright as Earth's Moon).  Mottled appearance from bright and dark patches.  Bright spots seem like rayed or bright halved craters seen on our Moon.  This face is always turned toward Jupiter.  Photo taken through violet filter.  Ganymede is slightly larger than Mercury but much less dense (twice the density of water).  Its surface brightness is 4 times of Earth's Moon.  Mare regions (dark features) are like the Moon's but have twice the brightness, and believed to be unlikely of rock or lava as the Moon's are.  It's north pole seems covered with brighter material and may be water frost.  Scattered brighter spots may be related to impact craters or source of fresh ice. ARC-1979-A79-7020

Range : 7 million kilometers (5 million miles) Callisto is Jupiter's o...

Range : 7 million kilometers (5 million miles) Callisto is Jupiter's outermost Galilean satellites and darkest of the four(but almost twice as bright as Earth's Moon). Mottled appearance from bright and dark ... More

Range : 7 million kilometers (5 million miles) Callisto is the outermost Galilean satellite of Jupiter and the darkest of the four, but still twice as bright as Earth's Moon.  Mottled appearance from bright and dark patches; bright ones look like rayed or brite craters on our Moon.  This face of Callisto is always turned toward Jupiter.  Photo taken through violet filter. ARC-1979-A79-7017

Range : 7 million kilometers (5 million miles) Callisto is the outermo...

Range : 7 million kilometers (5 million miles) Callisto is the outermost Galilean satellite of Jupiter and the darkest of the four, but still twice as bright as Earth's Moon. Mottled appearance from bright and... More

Callisto ,  The outermost Galilean Satellite , or Moon ,  of Jupiter, as taken by Voyager I .  Range : About 7 Million km (5 Million miles) .  Callisto, the darkest of the Galilean Satellites, still nearly twice as bright as the Earth's Moon, is seen here from the face that always faces Jupiter.  All of the Galilean Satellites always show the same face to Jupiter, as the Earth's moon does to Earth. The Surface  shows a mottled appearance of bright and dark patches. The former reminds scientists of rayed or bright  haloed craters, similiar to those seen on earth's Moon. This color photo is assembled from 3 black and wite images taken though violet, orange, & green filters ARC-1979-AC79-7002

Callisto , The outermost Galilean Satellite , or Moon , of Jupiter, ...

Callisto , The outermost Galilean Satellite , or Moon , of Jupiter, as taken by Voyager I . Range : About 7 Million km (5 Million miles) . Callisto, the darkest of the Galilean Satellites, still nearly twic... More

P-21741 C Range: 2.6 million kilometers (1.6 million miles) This picture of Io, taken by Voyager 1, shows the region of the Jovian moon which will be monitored for volcanic eruptions by Voyager 2 during the 'Io movie' sequence. The white and orange patches probably are deposits of sulphur compounds and other volcanic materials. The Voyager 2 pictures of this region will be much more detailed. ARC-1979-AC79-7076

P-21741 C Range: 2.6 million kilometers (1.6 million miles) This pictu...

P-21741 C Range: 2.6 million kilometers (1.6 million miles) This picture of Io, taken by Voyager 1, shows the region of the Jovian moon which will be monitored for volcanic eruptions by Voyager 2 during the 'Io... More

P-21741 BW Range: 2.6 million kilometers (1.6 million miles) This picture of Io, taken by Voyager 1, shows the region of the Jovian moon which will be monitored for volcanic eruptions by Voyager 2 during the 'Io movie' sequence. The white and orange patches probably are deposits of sulphur compounds and other volcanic materials. The Voyager 2 pictures of this region will be much more detailed. ARC-1979-A79-7076

P-21741 BW Range: 2.6 million kilometers (1.6 million miles) This pict...

P-21741 BW Range: 2.6 million kilometers (1.6 million miles) This picture of Io, taken by Voyager 1, shows the region of the Jovian moon which will be monitored for volcanic eruptions by Voyager 2 during the 'I... More

Range :  862,200 km. ( 500,000 miles ) This photograph shows subspacecraft longitude of approximately 146 degrees of Jupiter's moon Io. Circular features are seen that may be meteorite impact craters or features of internal origins.  Irregular depressions are seen that indicate surface modifications. The bright irregular patches appear to be younger deposits masking the surface detail. ARC-1979-AC79-7013

Range : 862,200 km. ( 500,000 miles ) This photograph shows subspacec...

Range : 862,200 km. ( 500,000 miles ) This photograph shows subspacecraft longitude of approximately 146 degrees of Jupiter's moon Io. Circular features are seen that may be meteorite impact craters or feature... More

100,000 kilometers (62,000 miles) This photomosaic of Ganymede, Jupiter's largest satellite, shows many impact craters, some with bright ray systems.  The rough mountainous terrain at lower right is the outer portion of a large fresh impact basin which post-dates most of the other terrain.  At bottom, portions of grooved terrain transect other portions indication they are younger.  This may be the result of the intrusion of new icy material which comprises the crust of Ganymede.  The dark patches of heavily cratered terrain (right center) are probably ancient icy material formed prior to the grooved terrain.  The large rayed crater at upper center is about 150 kilometers (93 miles) in diameter. ARC-1979-A79-7096

100,000 kilometers (62,000 miles) This photomosaic of Ganymede, Jupite...

100,000 kilometers (62,000 miles) This photomosaic of Ganymede, Jupiter's largest satellite, shows many impact craters, some with bright ray systems. The rough mountainous terrain at lower right is the outer p... More

A1C Robert Thomas, radio operator, runs phone patches in the Communications Relay Center, Aeronautical Station, 1974th Communications Group, Air Force Communications Command (AFCC). In the background, SGT Theodore Walker, shift supervisor, logs phone patch entries

A1C Robert Thomas, radio operator, runs phone patches in the Communica...

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: Unknown Release Status: Released to Pub... More

STS053-32-023 - STS-053 - Crewmember in the MDDK showing body monitor patches

STS053-32-023 - STS-053 - Crewmember in the MDDK showing body monitor ...

The original finding aid described this as: Description: View of Mission Specialist (MS) Michael R. (Rick) Clifford, in the middeck (MDDK), showing the 6 circular white body monitoring attachment points on his... More

S110E5985 - STS-110 - MS Ross poses with 7 mission patches in Destiny during STS-110

S110E5985 - STS-110 - MS Ross poses with 7 mission patches in Destiny ...

The original finding aid described this as: Description: Mission Specialist (MS) Jerry L. Ross poses with the seven mission patches of Ross' past missions sewn onto a banner in the U.S. Laboratory / Destiny du... More

STS053-32-025 - STS-053 - Crewmember in the MDDK showing body monitor patches

STS053-32-025 - STS-053 - Crewmember in the MDDK showing body monitor ...

The original finding aid described this as: Description: View of Mission Specialist (MS) Michael R. (Rick) Clifford, in the middeck (MDDK), showing the 6 circular white body monitoring attachment points on his... More

STS053-32-024 - STS-053 - Crewmember in the MDDK showing body monitor patches

STS053-32-024 - STS-053 - Crewmember in the MDDK showing body monitor ...

The original finding aid described this as: Description: View of Mission Specialist (MS) Michael R. (Rick) Clifford, in the middeck (MDDK), showing the 6 circular white body monitoring attachment points on his... More

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- This is a version of space shuttle Challenger's orbiter tribute, or OV-099, which hangs in Firing Room 4 of the Launch Control Center at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Challenger's accomplishments include the first night launch and first African-American in space, Guion Bluford, on STS-8, the first in-flight capture, repair and redeployment of an orbiting satellite during STS-41C, the first American woman in space, Sally Ride, on STS-7, and the first American woman to walk in space, Kathryn Sullivan, during STS-41G. Challenger is credited with blazing a trail for NASA's other orbiters with the first night landing at Edwards Air Force Base in California on STS-8 and the first landing at Kennedy on STS-41B. The spacewalker in the tribute represents Challenger’s role in the first spacewalk during STS-6 and the first untethered spacewalk on STS-41B. Crew-designed patches for each of Challenger’s missions lead from Earth toward a remembrance of the STS-51L crew, which was lost 73 seconds after liftoff on Jan. 28, 1986. Five orbiter tributes are on display in the firing room, representing Atlantis, Challenger, Columbia, Endeavour and Discovery. Graphic design credit: NASA/Lynda Brammer. NASA publication number: SP-2010-08-162-KSC KSC-2010-4451A

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- This is a version of space shuttle Challenger'...

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- This is a version of space shuttle Challenger's orbiter tribute, or OV-099, which hangs in Firing Room 4 of the Launch Control Center at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Challenge... More

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- This orbiter tribute of space shuttle Challenger, or OV-099, hangs in Firing Room 4 of the Launch Control Center at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Challenger's accomplishments include the first night launch and first African-American in space, Guion Bluford, on STS-8, the first in-flight capture, repair and redeployment of an orbiting satellite during STS-41C, the first American woman in space, Sally Ride, on STS-7, and the first American woman to walk in space, Kathryn Sullivan, during STS-41G. Challenger is credited with blazing a trail for NASA's other orbiters with the first night landing at Edwards Air Force Base in California on STS-8 and the first landing at Kennedy on STS-41B. The spacewalker in the tribute represents Challenger’s role in the first spacewalk during STS-6 and the first untethered spacewalk on STS-41B. Crew-designed patches for each of Challenger’s missions lead from Earth toward a remembrance of the STS-51L crew, which was lost 73 seconds after liftoff on Jan. 28, 1986.     Five orbiter tributes are on display in the firing room, representing Atlantis, Challenger, Columbia, Endeavour and Discovery. Graphic design credit: NASA/Lynda Brammer KSC-2010-4451

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- This orbiter tribute of space shuttle Challeng...

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- This orbiter tribute of space shuttle Challenger, or OV-099, hangs in Firing Room 4 of the Launch Control Center at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Challenger's accomplishments i... More

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- This is a printable version of space shuttle Challenger's orbiter tribute, or OV-099, which hangs in Firing Room 4 of the Launch Control Center at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Challenger's accomplishments include the first night launch and first African-American in space, Guion Bluford, on STS-8, the first in-flight capture, repair and redeployment of an orbiting satellite during STS-41C, the first American woman in space, Sally Ride, on STS-7, and the first American woman to walk in space, Kathryn Sullivan, during STS-41G. Challenger is credited with blazing a trail for NASA's other orbiters with the first night landing at Edwards Air Force Base in California on STS-8 and the first landing at Kennedy on STS-41B. The spacewalker in the tribute represents Challenger’s role in the first spacewalk during STS-6 and the first untethered spacewalk on STS-41B. Crew-designed patches for each of Challenger’s missions lead from Earth toward a remembrance of the STS-51L crew, which was lost 73 seconds after liftoff on Jan. 28, 1986. Five orbiter tributes are on display in the firing room, representing Atlantis, Challenger, Columbia, Endeavour and Discovery. Graphic design credit: NASA/Lynda Brammer. NASA publication number: SP-2010-08-162-KSC KSC-2010-4451B

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- This is a printable version of space shuttle C...

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- This is a printable version of space shuttle Challenger's orbiter tribute, or OV-099, which hangs in Firing Room 4 of the Launch Control Center at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida.... More

Shoulder patches and insignia worn by A-4K Skyhawk pilots of the Royal New Zealand Air Force

Shoulder patches and insignia worn by A-4K Skyhawk pilots of the Royal...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Clark Air Base State: Luzon Country: Philippines (PHL) Scene Camera Operator: SSGT D. Perez Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military... More

The patches of the 44th Tactical Fighter Squadron and the joint U.S./Japan exercise Cope North 85-4

The patches of the 44th Tactical Fighter Squadron and the joint U.S./J...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: EXERCISE COPE NORTH 85-4 Base: Nyutabaru Air Base State: Kyashu Country: Japan (JPN) Scene Camera Operator: SSGT. James R. F... More

P-29511 BW Range: 130,000 kilometers (80,000 miles) This clear-filter, narrow-angle picture is part of the high-resolution Voyager 2 imaging sequence of Ariel, a moon of Uranus about 1,300 kilometers (800 miles) in diameter. The complexity of Ariels' surface indicates that a variety of geologic processes have occured. The numerous craters, for example, are indications of an old surface bombarded by meteroids over a long periond. Also conspicuous at this resolution, about 2.4 km (1.5 mi), are linear grooves (evidence of tectonic activity that has broken up the surface) and smooth patches (indicative of deposition of material). ARC-1986-A86-7027

P-29511 BW Range: 130,000 kilometers (80,000 miles) This clear-filter,...

P-29511 BW Range: 130,000 kilometers (80,000 miles) This clear-filter, narrow-angle picture is part of the high-resolution Voyager 2 imaging sequence of Ariel, a moon of Uranus about 1,300 kilometers (800 miles... More

A display of World War II unit patches during a commemoration of the landing on Iwo Jima

A display of World War II unit patches during a commemoration of the l...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: SGT. S.D. Brown, Usmc Rel... More

A display of World War II unit patches during a commemoration of the landing on Iwo Jima

A display of World War II unit patches during a commemoration of the l...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: SGT. S.D. Brown, Usmc Rel... More

A collection of squadron patches and helmets displaying the squadron symbols and other memorabilia from the the Strategic Air Command bomb competition Proud Shield

A collection of squadron patches and helmets displaying the squadron s...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Pease Air Force Base State: New Hampshire (NH) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: SSGT Dave Mcleod Release Status: R... More

A Honduran soldier and 1LT Santos de la Rosa, left, 7th Infantry Division (Light), trade uniform patches during the joint Honduran/U.S. exercise Cabanas '88

A Honduran soldier and 1LT Santos de la Rosa, left, 7th Infantry Divis...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: CABANAS '88 Base: Palmerola Air Base Country: Honduras (HND) Scene Camera Operator: TSGT David Mcleod Release Status: Releas... More

A Honduran soldier, left, and 1LT Santos de la Rosa, 7th Infantry Division (Light), trade uniform patches during the joint Honduran/U.S. exercise Cabanas '88

A Honduran soldier, left, and 1LT Santos de la Rosa, 7th Infantry Divi...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: CABANAS '88 Base: Palmerola Air Base Country: Honduras (HND) Scene Camera Operator: TSGT David Mcleod Release Status: Releas... More

US and Honduran Soldiers exchange patches as mementos of Exercise CABANAS 88, a Joint Chiefs of STAFF exercise designed to promote and increase effective interaction between participating Air Force and Army units

US and Honduran Soldiers exchange patches as mementos of Exercise CABA...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: CABANAS 88 Country: Honduras (HND) Scene Camera Operator: TSGT Dave Mcleod, USAF Release Status: Released to Public Combined ... More

A close-up view of aircraft competition patches on a pilot's helmet bag during Gunsmoke '87, an Air Force-wide tactical gunnery and bombing competition sponsored by the Tactical Air Command and hosted by the Tactical Fighter Weapons Center at Nellis

A close-up view of aircraft competition patches on a pilot's helmet ba...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: GUNSMOKE '87 Base: Nellis Air Force Base State: Nevada (NV) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: S... More

A member of the Namibian Special Forces exchanges patches with a US Air Force security policeman serving during operation ELECTION DISTRICT in the United Nations Transition Assistance Group (UNTAG). UNTAG will perform peacekeeping duties and monitor the November 1989 elections and independence of Namibia

A member of the Namibian Special Forces exchanges patches with a US Ai...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: ELECTION DISTRICT Base: Windhoek Country: Namibia (NAM) Scene Camera Operator: MASTER Sergeant Jose Lopez Jr. Release Status... More

Sergeant Pete Conrad watches as Boy Scout Owen Bishop trade patches during the 1989 National Jamboree of the Boy Scouts of America. A T-38 Talon aircraft is on display in the background

Sergeant Pete Conrad watches as Boy Scout Owen Bishop trade patches du...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Fort A. P. Hill State: Virginia (VA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: MASTER Sergeant Ken Hammond Release Status: ... More

P-34692 Range :  500 km. ( 300 miles ) Smallest Resolvable Feature :  900 m. or 2,700 ft. Part of Triton's complex geological history canbe seen in this image, shot by Voyager 2. Part of a sequence,  it shows a surface dominated by many roughly circular, polygonal, and arcuate features between 30 and 50 km (18 and 30 miles ) across. Some resemble degraded impact craters of Mars, while others resemble the 'palimpsest' features of Jupiter's satellite Ganymede. Peculiar intersecting, double ridged lines are 15 to 20 km. or 9 to 12 miles wide and hundreds of kilometers long.  Theyresemble some deformational belts of Ganymede. Patches of plainsforming material tend to occur in local depressions. The geologic features of Triton and spectroscopic information indicates that the surface  of Triton is underlain by a mixture of ices. ARC-1989-A89-7030

P-34692 Range : 500 km. ( 300 miles ) Smallest Resolvable Feature : ...

P-34692 Range : 500 km. ( 300 miles ) Smallest Resolvable Feature : 900 m. or 2,700 ft. Part of Triton's complex geological history canbe seen in this image, shot by Voyager 2. Part of a sequence, it shows a... More

P-34690 Field of View :  1,000 km. or 600 miles This photograph of Neptune's moon Triton was acquired by Voyager 2. Triton's limb cuts obliquely accross the middle of the image. Three irregular dark areas, surrounded by brighter material, dominate the image. Low-lying material with intermediate albedo occupies the central area, anf fresh craters occur along the right margin. sub-parallel alignment of linear patches of dark material shown in the lower and left part of the image suggests that the patches are structurally controlled. ARC-1989-A89-7027

P-34690 Field of View : 1,000 km. or 600 miles This photograph of Nep...

P-34690 Field of View : 1,000 km. or 600 miles This photograph of Neptune's moon Triton was acquired by Voyager 2. Triton's limb cuts obliquely accross the middle of the image. Three irregular dark areas, surr... More

P-34714 This image of the south polar terrain of Triton reveals about 50 dark plumes or 'wind streaks' on the icy surface. The plumes originate at very dark spots generally a few miles in diameter and some are more than 100 miles long. The spots which clearly mark the source of the dark material may be vents where gas has erupted from beneath the surface and carried dark particles into Triton's nitrogen atmosphere. Southwesterly winds then transported the erupted particles, which formed gradually thinning deposits to the northeast of most vents. It is possible that the eruptions have been driven by seasonal heating of very shallow subsurface deposits of volatiles, and the winds transporting particles similiarly may be seasonal winds. The polar terrain, upon which the dark streaks have been deposited, is a region of bright materials mottled with irregular, somewhat dark patches. The pattern of irregular patches suggests that they may correspond to lag deposits of moderately dark material that cap the bright ice over the polar terrain. ARC-1989-A89-7049

P-34714 This image of the south polar terrain of Triton reveals about ...

P-34714 This image of the south polar terrain of Triton reveals about 50 dark plumes or 'wind streaks' on the icy surface. The plumes originate at very dark spots generally a few miles in diameter and some are ... More

Voyager violet, green and ultraviolet images of Triton were map projected into cylindrical coordinates and combines to produce this false-color terrain map.  Several compositionally distinct terrain and geologic features are portrayed.  At center is a gray-blue unit referred to as 'cantaloupe' terrain because of its unusual topographic texture.  The unit appears to predate other units to the left.  Immediately adjacent to the cantaloupe terrain, is a smoother unit, represented by a reddish color, that has been dissected by a prominent fault system.  This unit apparently overlies a much-higher-albedo material, seen farther left.  A prominent angular albedo boundary separates relatively undisturbed smooth terrain from irregular patches which seem to emanate from circular, often bright-centered features.  The parallel streaks may represent vented particulate materials blown in the same direction by winds in Triton's thin atmosphere. ARC-1989-AC89-7054

Voyager violet, green and ultraviolet images of Triton were map projec...

Voyager violet, green and ultraviolet images of Triton were map projected into cylindrical coordinates and combines to produce this false-color terrain map. Several compositionally distinct terrain and geologi... More

Range :  1 million miles (1.63 million km) This image of the planet Venus was taken by NASA's Galileo spacecraft shortly befor 10pm PST when the space craft was directly above Venus' equator.  This is the 66th of more than 80 Venus images Galileo was programmed to take and record during its Venus flyby.  In the picture, cloud features as small as 25 miles (40 km) can be seen.  Patches of waves and convective clouds are superimpposed on the swirl of the planet's broad weather patterns, marked by the dark chevron at the center.  North is at the top.  The several ring-shaped shadows are blemishes, not planetary features.  The spacecraft imaging system has a 1500-mm, f/8.5 reflecting telescope; the exposure time was 1/40 second.  The image was taken through the violet filter (0.41 micron.).  It was produced by the imaging system in digital form, as a set of numbers representing the brightness perceived in each of the 640,000 picture elements defined on the solid-state plate, called a charged-coupled-device or CCD, on which the image was focused. ARC-1990-A91-2000

Range : 1 million miles (1.63 million km) This image of the planet Ve...

Range : 1 million miles (1.63 million km) This image of the planet Venus was taken by NASA's Galileo spacecraft shortly befor 10pm PST when the space craft was directly above Venus' equator. This is the 66th ... More

Two mosaicked pieces of Magellan image strips display the area east of the Rhea Mons volcano on Venus.  This image is centered at about 32.5 degrees north latitude and 286.6 degrees east longitude.  The mosaic is 47 km (28 mi.) wide and 135 km (81 mi.) long.  This region has been previously identified as 'tessera'from Earth-based radar (Arecibo) images.  The center of the image is dominated by a network of intersection ridges and valleys.  The radar-bright north-south trending features in this image range from 1 km (0.6 mi.) to 3 km (1.8 mi.) in length.  The average spacing between these ridges is about 1.5 km (0.9 mi.).  The dark patches at the top of the image are smooth surfaces and may be lava flows located in lowlands between the higher ridge and the valley terrain.  This image is a mosaic of two orbits obtained in the first Magellan stations near Goldstone, CA and Canberra, Australia.  The resolution of this image is approx. 120 meters (400 feet). ARC-1990-A90-3004

Two mosaicked pieces of Magellan image strips display the area east of...

Two mosaicked pieces of Magellan image strips display the area east of the Rhea Mons volcano on Venus. This image is centered at about 32.5 degrees north latitude and 286.6 degrees east longitude. The mosaic ... More

This Magellan image reveals Sacajawea Patera, a large, elongate caldera located in wester Ishtar Terra on the smooth plateau of Lakshmi Planum.  The image is centered at 64.5 degrees north latitude adn 337 degrees east longitude.  It is approx. 420 km (252 mi.) wide at the base Sacajawea is a depression approx. 1-2 km (0.6-1.2 mi.) deep and 120 by 215 km (74 by 133 mi.) in diameter; it is elongate in a sousthwest-northeast direction.  The depression is interpreted to be graben adn fault scarps.  These structures are space 0.5 to 4 km (0.3 to 2.5 mi.) apart, are 0.6 to 4 km (0.4 to 2.5 mi.) in width and up to 100 km (62 mi.) in length.  Extending up to 140 km (87 mi.) in length from the southeast of the patera is a system of linear structures thought to represent a flanking rift zone along which the lateral injection and eruption of magma may have occurred.  A shield edifice 12 km (7 mi.) in diameter with a prominent central pit lies along the trend of one of these features.  The impact crater zlata, approx. 6 km (4 mi.) in diameter is located within the zone of graben to the northwest of the patera.  Few flow features are observed in association with sacajawea, possibly due to age and state of degradation of the flows.  Mottled bright deposits 4 to 20 km (2.5 to 12 mi.) in width are located near the periphery and in the center of the patera floor within local topographic lows.  Diffuse patches of dark material approx. 40 km (25 mi.) in width are observed southwest of the patera, superimposed on portions of the surrounding graben.  The formation of sacajawea is thought to be related to the drainage and collapse of a large magma chamber.  Gravitational relaxation may have caused the resultant caldera to sag, producing the numerous complex, highly deformed tessera-like terrain are located north and east of the patera and are seen in the upper portion of the image.  Color has been added to this image to simulate the appearance of the Venus surface. ARC-1990-AC90-3007

This Magellan image reveals Sacajawea Patera, a large, elongate calder...

This Magellan image reveals Sacajawea Patera, a large, elongate caldera located in wester Ishtar Terra on the smooth plateau of Lakshmi Planum. The image is centered at 64.5 degrees north latitude adn 337 degr... More

A view of artwork entitled "Patches" on the nose of a KC-135 Stratotanker aircraft

A view of artwork entitled "Patches" on the nose of a KC-135 Stratotan...

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

Flight deck personnel are preparing the flight deck of the amphibious assault ship USS GUADALCANAL (LHP-7) for flight operations. The sailor in the center of the photo is using a high pressure steam hose to clear off patches of ice as the ship continues operations during NATO Exercise Teamwork '92

Flight deck personnel are preparing the flight deck of the amphibious ...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: TEAMWORK '92 Base: Trondheim Fjord Country: Norway (NOR) Scene Camera Operator: PHC Robert K. Hemmerly Release Status: Relea... More

Aviation Structural Mechanic E (Safety Equipment) 2nd Class J. Helton sews uniform patches

Aviation Structural Mechanic E (Safety Equipment) 2nd Class J. Helton ...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Naval Air Station, Alameda State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: PH2 Bates Release Status: Relea... More

A close-up view of Air Force patches exhibiting the symbols and names of their respective military units.

A close-up view of Air Force patches exhibiting the symbols and names ...

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

Pat Canterbury showing albums in which he has collected stickers and patches from mining companies he has worked for

Pat Canterbury showing albums in which he has collected stickers and p...

Event: Interview with Pat Canterbury about labor history on Coal River.

Pat Canterbury showing albums in which he has collected stickers and patches from mining companies he has worked for

Pat Canterbury showing albums in which he has collected stickers and p...

Event: Interview with Pat Canterbury about labor history on Coal River.

Pat Canterbury showing albums in which he has collected stickers and patches from mining companies he has worked for

Pat Canterbury showing albums in which he has collected stickers and p...

Event: Interview with Pat Canterbury about labor history on Coal River.

Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway - Snow Patches on Slopes above Crater Lake

Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway - Snow Patches on Slopes above Crater Lak...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Original Caption: Snow lingers on the slopes of Mt. Mazama's caldera above the blue waters of Crater Lake as seen from Crater Lake Lodge, looking east. L... More

The patches worn by Czech Republic soldiers from 4th Rapid Reaction Brigade, Havlickuv Brod, Czech Republic, were one of the many shoulder insignia worn during the exercise. Soldiers from three NATO and 14 other central and eastern European countries are developing their combined peacekeeping skills during the exercise at the Joint Readiness Training Center. Cooperative Nugget '95 is the sixth Partnership for Peace exercise, but the first to be held on US territory

The patches worn by Czech Republic soldiers from 4th Rapid Reaction Br...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: COOPERATIVE NUGGET '95 Base: Fort Polk State: Louisiana (LA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: ... More

US Army SPECIALIST Nadine Byrnside, 55th Signal Company Combat Camera, trades rank insignia with a Ukrainian Solider for unit patches, at Tito barracks in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina during Operation Joint Endeavor

US Army SPECIALIST Nadine Byrnside, 55th Signal Company Combat Camera,...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: JOINT ENDEAVOR Base: Tito Barracks, Sarajevo Country: Bosnia And/I Herzegovina (BIH) Scene Camera Operator: SPC Andrew Mcgill... More

US Navy CHIEF Photographer's Mate Mark Reinhard passes out US Navy patches and postcards to Russian children visiting the Little Star Shipyard Museum. PHC Reinhard, attached to the Fleet Imaging Command Atlantic Combat Camera Unit is travel through Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and Kazakstan documenting portions of the Cooperative Threat Reduction agreements. All ballistic submarines dismantlement is currently occurring at Little Star shipyard located in Severodvinsk, Russia. Little Star is located on Yagry Island on the banks of the Dvina river on the coast of the White Sea

US Navy CHIEF Photographer's Mate Mark Reinhard passes out US Navy pat...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Severodvinsk Country: Russia (RUS) Scene Camera Operator: PH1 Todd Cichonowicz, USN Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Service ... More

Triton - Detail of Dark and Light Material

Triton - Detail of Dark and Light Material

NASA's Voyager 2 acquired this black and white image of Triton, Neptune's largest satellite, during the night of Aug. 24-25, 1989. Triton's limb cuts obliquely across the middle of the image. The field of view ... More

Triton South Polar Terrain, Voyager Program, NASA/JPL Photo

Triton South Polar Terrain, Voyager Program, NASA/JPL Photo

This image from NASA's Voyager 2 of the south polar terrain of Triton, taken on Aug. 25, 1989 reveals about 50 dark plumes or 'wind streaks' on the icy surface. The plumes originate at very dark spots generally... More

STS082-327-029 - STS-082 - HST, closeups of MLI patches on telescope

STS082-327-029 - STS-082 - HST, closeups of MLI patches on telescope

The original finding aid described this as: Description: Closeup shots of Multilayer Insulation (MLI) patches installed on the Hubble Space Telescope on this second servicing mission (HST SM-02). Subject Term... More

STS082-325-031 - STS-082 - EVA 5 on Flight Day 8 to service the Hubble Space Telescope

STS082-325-031 - STS-082 - EVA 5 on Flight Day 8 to service the Hubble...

The original finding aid described this as: Description: Extravehicular Activity (EVA) 5 on Flight Day 8 to service the Hubble Space Telescope on this second servicing mission (HST SM-02). Extravehicular Mobil... More

STS082-350-015 - STS-082 - Horowitz fashions MLI patches on Flight Day 7

STS082-350-015 - STS-082 - Horowitz fashions MLI patches on Flight Day...

The original finding aid described this as: Description: STS-82 Pilot Scott Horowitz fashions Multilayer Insulation (MLI) patches in the middeck on Flight Day 7. Horowitz displays the long sheet of paper that ... More

STS082-326-008 - STS-082 - EVA 5 activity on Flight Day 8 to service the Hubble Space Telescope

STS082-326-008 - STS-082 - EVA 5 activity on Flight Day 8 to service t...

The original finding aid described this as: Description: Extravehicular Activity (EVA) 5 on Flight Day 8 to service the Hubble Space Telescope on this second servicing mission (HST SM-02). Extravehicular Mobil... More

STS082-327-020 - STS-082 - HST, closeups of MLI patches on telescope

STS082-327-020 - STS-082 - HST, closeups of MLI patches on telescope

The original finding aid described this as: Description: Closeup shots of Multilayer Insulation (MLI) patches installed on the Hubble Space Telescope on this second servicing mission (HST SM-02). Subject Term... More

STS082-327-022 - STS-082 - HST, closeups of MLI patches on telescope

STS082-327-022 - STS-082 - HST, closeups of MLI patches on telescope

The original finding aid described this as: Description: Closeup shots of Multilayer Insulation (MLI) patches installed on the Hubble Space Telescope on this second servicing mission (HST SM-02). Subject Term... More

STS082-733-005 - STS-082 - EVA 4 activity on Flight Day 7 to service the Hubble Space Telescope

STS082-733-005 - STS-082 - EVA 4 activity on Flight Day 7 to service t...

The original finding aid described this as: Description: Extravehicular Activity (EVA) 4 on Flight Day 7 to service the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) on this second servicing mission (HST SM-02). Extravehicular... More

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