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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Woman in gas mask with officer, WWII. Photo: Leslie Jones. Date created: 1934 - 1956 (approximate).
via: BPL

Woman in gas mask with officer, WWII. Photo: Leslie Jones. Date created: 1934 - 1956 (approximate).

via: BPL

Conversion. Beverage containers to aviation oxygen cylinders. An oxygen cylinder for high altitude flying, manufactured by the metal division of a large Eastern rubber factory is completed, and after having passed all tests, it is placed on the huge stack ready for shipment to the U.S. Army. Firestone, Akron, Ohio. 1942 Feb.
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Conversion. Beverage containers to aviation oxygen cylinders. An oxygen cylinder for high altitude flying, manufactured by the metal division of a large Eastern rubber factory is completed, and after having passed all tests, it is placed on the huge stack ready for shipment to the U.S. Army. Firestone, Akron, Ohio. 1942 Feb.

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Katyushas in the 2nd World War. In: Ukraine (photoalbum). Publisher: Planet, Moscow, 1971.

Katyushas in the 2nd World War. In: Ukraine (photoalbum). Publisher: Planet, Moscow, 1971.

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

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

Texas Military Forces Museum chlorpicrin gas poster, 1941-1945.
Posters produced by the Texas Military Forces Museum’s Art Department at Camp Barkeley, Texas. Gives means of identification and remedies for chlorpicrin gas. 
via Otis Historical Archives Nat’l Museum of Health & Medicine/flickr

Texas Military Forces Museum chlorpicrin gas poster, 1941-1945.

Posters produced by the Texas Military Forces Museum’s Art Department at Camp Barkeley, Texas. Gives means of identification and remedies for chlorpicrin gas. 

via Otis Historical Archives Nat’l Museum of Health & Medicine/flickr

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.
via naval.aviation.museum/Robert L. Lawson Photograph Collection

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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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.

A signalman wigwags a message from the afterdeck of a carrier to the cruiser following in line. The reason a more modern means of communication, like radio, is not used is that enemy sub or warship might be listening. U.S. Navy photo. In: Popular Photography, Aug 1943.

A signalman wigwags a message from the afterdeck of a carrier to the cruiser following in line. The reason a more modern means of communication, like radio, is not used is that enemy sub or warship might be listening. U.S. Navy photo. In: Popular Photography, Aug 1943.

Vought SB2U dive-bombers. Artist: John t. McCoy, Jr. In: LIFE - U.S. Navy special edition, October 28, 1940.

Vought SB2U dive-bombers. Artist: John t. McCoy, Jr. In: LIFE - U.S. Navy special edition, October 28, 1940.