A left side view of an SH-2F Seasprite light airborne multipurpose system (LAMPS) helicopter. Members of Light Helicopter Anti-submarine Squadron 30 (HSL 30) are using the Seasprite to airlift a heart attack victim from the Hungarian freighter RADNOTI during Operation INTENSE LOOK, 08/01/1984
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A left side view of an SH-2F Seasprite light airborne multipurpose system (LAMPS) helicopter. Members of Light Helicopter Anti-submarine Squadron 30 (HSL 30) are using the Seasprite to airlift a heart attack victim from the Hungarian freighter RADNOTI during Operation INTENSE LOOK, 08/01/1984

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F2H-3 Banshees of Fighter Squadron (VF) 141 off the carrier Kearsarge (CVA 33) pictured in formation over Mt. Fuji in Japan on February 10, 1956.
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F2H-3 Banshees of Fighter Squadron (VF) 141 off the carrier Kearsarge (CVA 33) pictured in formation over Mt. Fuji in Japan on February 10, 1956.

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Corpus Christi Naval Hospital, Welton Becket and Associates Architects. Corpus Christi, Texas. Estimated completion date 05/1973.
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Corpus Christi Naval Hospital, Welton Becket and Associates Architects. Corpus Christi, Texas. Estimated completion date 05/1973.

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WAVES (Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Services) on duty at Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida. WAVES in the low pressure chamber at the main dispensary during a special run. Altitude is 18000 ft to 30000 feet. 10/14/1943.
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WAVES (Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Services) on duty at Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida. WAVES in the low pressure chamber at the main dispensary during a special run. Altitude is 18000 ft to 30000 feet. 10/14/1943.

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Iron lung patient, Robert Vande Zande is being briefed prior to take off for the Great Lakes Naval Hospital,1952. 
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Iron lung patient, Robert Vande Zande is being briefed prior to take off for the Great Lakes Naval Hospital,1952.

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Vought F-4U4 Corsair. Photo: me. More here.

Vought F-4U4 Corsair. Photo: me. More here.

USS Michigan’s Officers and Crew, photographed on board in 1918 by O.W. Waterman, Hampton, Virginia. Note the ship’s bandsmen seated in the front row with their musical instruments.
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USS Michigan’s Officers and Crew, photographed on board in 1918 by O.W. Waterman, Hampton, Virginia. Note the ship’s bandsmen seated in the front row with their musical instruments.

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Personnel on the flight deck of the carrier Belleau Wood (CVL 24) attempt to put out fires after a kamikaze struck the ship. 10/30/1944.
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Personnel on the flight deck of the carrier Belleau Wood (CVL 24) attempt to put out fires after a kamikaze struck the ship. 10/30/1944.

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A formation of Curtiss SBC Helldivers of Scouting Squadron (VS) 3 in flight over the Hoover Dam, July 20, 1939.
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A formation of Curtiss SBC Helldivers of Scouting Squadron (VS) 3 in flight over the Hoover Dam, July 20, 1939.

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Army fighter planes aboard a carrier being ferried to a battlefront form a pattern, too, but a pattern of doom for the Axis. Looking like a horde of grasshoppers with wings outstretched, they wait - for action. U.S. Navy photo. In: Popular Photography, Aug 1943.

Army fighter planes aboard a carrier being ferried to a battlefront form a pattern, too, but a pattern of doom for the Axis. Looking like a horde of grasshoppers with wings outstretched, they wait - for action. U.S. Navy photo. In: Popular Photography, Aug 1943.