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[Illustration demonstrating that the efficiency of a power cycle depends on the temperature in an engine]

[Illustration demonstrating that the efficiency of a power cycle depen...

Title devised by Library staff. Illus. in: Reflections on the motive power of heat and on machines fitted to develop that power. New York : J. Wiley & sons, 1890. Published in: The tradition of technology : Lan... More

General Pershing cables "No other organization since the world began has ever done such great constructive work with the efficiency, dispatch and understanding, often under adverse circumstances, than has been done in France by American Red Cross in the last six months."

General Pershing cables "No other organization since the world began h...

Poster showing a bust portrait of Pershing flanked by two red crosses. Forms part of: Willard and Dorothy Straight Collection.

Ceremonies and Parades - Labor stimulation at the steel plants.  Meeting held at Midvale Steel and Ordinance, Co. plant in connection with an efficiency campaign conducted in this plant and that of the Lukens Steel Co.  The campaign consisted of nine shop meetings and a big open-air rally at night, with eight prominent speakers, including Congressmen, Judges, and British, Canadian and American Officers
Ceremonies and Parades - Labor stimulation at the steel plants.  Meeting held at Midvale Steel and Ordinance, Co. plant in connection with an efficiency campaign conducted in this plant and that of the Lukens Steel Co.  The campaign consisted of nine shop meetings and a big open-air rally at night, with eight prominent speakers, including Congressmen, Judges, and British, Canadian and American officers
Ceremonies and Parades - Labor stimulation at the steel plants.  Meeting held at Midvale Steel and Ordinance, Co. plant in connection with an efficiency campaign conducted in this plant and that of the Lukens Steel Co.  The campaign consisted of nine shop meetings and a big open-air rally at night, with eight prominent speakers, including Congressmen, Judges, and British, Canadian and American Officers
U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce hears Admiral Stark. Washington, D.C., June 20. Speaking before the National Convention of the U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce today, Admiral Harold R. Stark, Chief of Naval Operations, U.S.N., called for self-sacrifice and strengthening of the 'moral fiber' to prepare the U.S. for what he said may be the last stand against 'the vaunted efficiency and ruthless methods of dictatorship.' Left to right in the picture: Admiral Harold R. Stark; Joe E. Levitt, Vice President of the U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce and chairman of the morning meeting, and Henry F. Grady, Assistant Secretary of State
A "Demonstration team" composed of three prize-winning Cabell Co. girls. They are showing the visitors at the Fair how team work makes for efficiency in canning their farm products. State 4 H Fair. (See Photos No. 48, 49.)  Location: Charleston, West Virginia / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.
A "Demonstration team" composed of three prize-winning Cabell County girls. They are showing the visitors at the Fair how team work makes for efficiency in canning their farm products. State 4 H. Fair, Charleston, W. Va.  Location: Charleston, West Virginia / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.
Lillian Moller Gilbreth (1878-1972)

Lillian Moller Gilbreth (1878-1972)

Description: Lillian Moller Gilbreth (1878-1972) earned a Ph.D. in psychology from Brown University but is best known, along with her husband Frank Bunker Gilbreth, for revolutionizing management techniques. I... More

United States news. Page with "The Story of American Efficiency"
Pickwick Dam. View of generator hall from visitors' overlook Note that photograph shows initial stage; present installation extended to four generators; ultimately six. Generator housings have been designed and finished on all projects with attention to architectural appearance as well as engineering efficiency
Fighting highway deaths, Wash. D.C. This photograph shows Richard S. Dill, a worker in the U.S. Bureau of Standards, tabulating the efficiency of various kinds of brake linings as the government attempts to determine the best for use on its vehicles. The automobile industry is watching these tests carefully as a possible indication of the kind of brake lining to use to reduce the number of deaths on highways, which numbered 33,980 in 1934, 10/4/35
To survey fiscal relations between D.C. and federal government. Washington, D.C., Aug. 24. J.L. Jacobs, Chicago efficiency engineer, has been selected by President Roosevelt to survey fiscal relations between the District of Columbia and the federal government. Cook County assessment and tax collection machinery was a wreck and the city of Chicago faced He perfected a system if tax appraisals, and brought Cook County to a point where tax collections are now only one year in arrears of nearly three years
History of civic services in the city of New York Fire Department No. 4 : Up-to-date machinery, efficiency, speed.

History of civic services in the city of New York Fire Department No. ...

Poster for Federal Art Project series on the history of civic services, showing fire fighters with ladder truck fighting building fire in 1936. Work Projects Administration Poster Collection (Library of Congres... More

Health for efficiency Free courses in health education sponsored by Adult Education Project of the Board of Education and the WPA.

Health for efficiency Free courses in health education sponsored by Ad...

Poster for Adult Education Project announcing free courses in health education. Caption continues with course listing: Everyday problems in healthful living ; Family health and family recreation ; Problems of t... More

Cathedral choir boys get awards. Washington D.C., June 26. The very Reverened Noble C. Powell, D.D., Dean of the Washington Cathedral, presented the Annual Choir Boy Awards to the winners at the Cathederal today. In the photograph, left to right: Ver Rev. Powell, Robert G. Barrow organist and choirmaster, Alexander Walker; appointed second crucifier[?] for 1937-38 and Burr Piggott, who was awarded the Lane-Johnston medal for loyalty, efficiency and devotion to the choir
American Flyers superior to those of other nations senate committee told. Washington, D.C., March 10. Albert J. Baumler of Trenton, N.J., a 24-year-old American aviator who served eight months with Loyalist Forces in Spain, today told the House Military Affairs Subcommittee that American trained fliers were superior to those of other nations engaged in the civil war. He was testifying in connection with an inquiry into the efficiency of the U.S. Army Air Corps by a group headed by Rep. Dow Harter, 3/10/38
Complaints that pretty girls receive favors in promotions brings questioning of civil service employees. Washington, D.C., March 29. Senator Allen J. Ellender, Louisiana, remarked before the group of witnesses at his hearing today on civil service appointments that a group of civil service employees had complained to him last Friday night that they were dis-satisfied over the system of appointments, but were affraid to appear before his committee to openly state charges. The charges Sen. Ellender said, were to the effect that beauty means more in promotions than efficiency. Today, he called in post office employees where, it was charged, Mrs. Josephine Smithers had been promoted from a salary of $1740 to $2300 a year, while Miss Leone Adair, who has served the department longer, was broken hearted because she had not been considered. This is a general view of the hearing with witnesses. Left to right - William J. Dixon, Superintendant, Division of Postmasters, who appointed Mrs. Smithers, Leone Adair, one of protesting witnesses, Jessie Donaldson, Director of Personnel who backed up Dixon's Judgment in Promotions, Mrs. Virginia Counselman, complaining witness, J.P.B. Barber, complaing witness, Rose Goldensiel, complaining witness, and - in back, standing - Mrs. D.L. Holladay, complaining witness. 3-29-39
"Office politics" suggested as official is unable to account for presence of employee. Washington, D.C., March 30. The old cry of 'Office politics' was raised today as the subject of a Senatorial Investigation. Miss Bertha Longergan, Miss Margaret Stanley and Howard P. Locke are pictured at the hearing as pricipal witnesses. Miss Longergan, who described herslf as 'one of the older war horses' in her section, having served there for 18 years, and had worried herself into an appendictomy due to what she charged 'juggling' of her efficiency rating which was given as fair, while Miss Stanley's had been 'good' and 'excellent'. Miss Stanley does not have a civil service Rating, and it was brought out that she is doing work which is suposed to be done by stenographers with civil service ratings. Mr. Locke was unable to account for this fact, and denied that he had told Miss Lonergan that something might be done about her rating if she would not testify at the hearings. Mr. Locke is a Justice Department Attorney and says he also attends to 'certain personnel matters'. 3-30-39
To encourage contributions from employees for improving plant efficiency, this suggestion stimulator is being inserted in the pay envelopes of the employees of the RCA Manufacturing Company in Camden, New Jersey
The plane is of German design but natives of the Dutch East Indies have been trained to operate it with deadly efficiency. It's a twelve-ton trimotor Dornier bomber belonging to the Royal Netherlands Navy, the greater part of which is still fighting the Nazis and their Axis partners from the Netherlands East Indies
Steel manufacture, Allegheny-Ludlum. The production of many tons of high quality steel depends on the efficiency with which this electrician installs the power lines to new transformers used in conjunction with electric furnaces
Steel manufacture, Allegheny-Ludlum. The production of many tons of high quality steel depend upon the efficiency with which this electrician installs the power lines to new transformers used in conjunction with electric furnaces
Steel manufacture, Allegheny-Ludlum. This man is determined that there be no halt in production because of electrical power difficulties. He's a steel mill electrician, and his job is tremendously important in the maintenance of maximum efficiency throughout all the various processes of steel production
Space planning. In modern trailers, interiors are planned to provide the maximum in both comfort and efficiency. Shown here is interior of trailer which is part of a group being sent to provide emergency defense housing in Wilmington, North Carolina, while more permanent quarters are being constructed there for defense workers
Civilian protection. A New York City volunteer auxiliary firemen illustrates in a demonstration in New York his efficiency in the event of an incendiary bombing attack. This worker, equipped with an "Indian" fire pump, is mounting a scaling ladder to the roof of a building on which several incendiary bombs have fallen. The pump is useful for extinguishing small blazes, and especially valuable in fighting incendiary bombs
Defense housing, Erie, Pennsylvania. All walls and ceilings are finished off with a good grade lime plaster. This typifies the permanent character of this defense housing construction. In this operation onlt time-honored hand craftmanship can give high quality results. Teamwork and practiced efficiency however, speed up the process
Defense housing, Erie, Pennsylvania. All walls and ceilings are finished off with a good grade lime plaster. This typifies the permanent character of this defense housing construction. In this operation onlt time-honored hand craftmanship can give high quality results. Teamwork and practiced efficiency however, speed up the process
Defense housing, Erie, Pennsylvania. All walls and ceilings are finished off with a good grade lime plaster. This typifies the permanent character of this defense housing construction. In this operation onlt time-honored hand craftmanship can give high quality results. Teamwork and practiced efficiency however, speed up the process
Defense housing, Erie, Pennsylvania. All walls and ceilings are finished off with a good grade lime plaster. This typifies the permanent character of this defense housing construction. In this operation onlt time-honored hand craftmanship can give high quality results. Teamwork and practiced efficiency however, speed up the process
Production. Aircraft engines. A skilled mechanic and determined war worker, Zed W. Robinson, proves that skin pigment bears no relation to efficiency of work. He's one of many Negroes employed in a large Midwest aircraft plant in skilled and semi-skilled capacity. Tightening bolts of a cylinder barrel during the final build-up of an airplane engine is one of the jobs which, until fairly recently, was closed to members of his race. But this war demands that no American because of race, creed or color shall be barred from work. Melrose Park, Buick plant
Conversion. Auto parts to artillery shells. A drilling operation on the noses of artillery shells is performed with speed and efficiency in a converted Midwest auto plant. Continuous conveyers feed the shells to the operators to ensure steady production
War production suggestions. For his valuable contribution to plant efficiency, an employee of the Newark Stove Company, Newark, Ohio, won the Certificate of Individual Merit presented by the war production drive headquarters of the War Production Board (WPB). Mr. Lewis suggested a method of reclaiming worn-out reamers that equal or surpass original reamers, the production of which required 2,000 man hours per month and the use of 1,000 pounds of highspeed bar stock. His suggestion prevented the shutdown of the Shell Shop at his company for two months
Transportation. Freight car movements. With transportation assuming vast new importance in wartime America, movement of freight cars must be accomplished with the fullest efficiency and speed. Loss and diversion of ocean carriers which served our seaboard cities have thrown an enormous burden upon the railroads
Conversion. Auto parts to artillery shells. A drilling operation on the noses of artillery shells is performed with speed and efficiency in a converted Midwest auto plant. Continuous conveyers feed the shells to the operators to ensure steady production
Industrial safety. Accident prevention. Cluttered aisles not only cause painful accidents like this, but are known to lower plant morale and efficiency. Clean, clear aisles are important helps to safety and production. Bethesda, Maryland
Hitler's helpmates. Mabel Wattwaster is helping to win the war--but she's working for the wrong side. As she drones gossip into the telephone, her toast burns merrily away. She is not only wasting food and power, but is also impairing the efficiency of her toaster by letting it overheat. Mabel knows that much household equipment like toasters will be irreplacable for the duration. She also believes in the consumer's victory pledge ("I will take good care of the things I have . . ."), but still there are times Hitler is counting on her to lower America's civilian resources, and ultimately to weaken America's morals
Fort Benning. Military trucks. Fast freighters of our motorized army. Uncle Sam's new military trucks can do jobs that would astonish even the famous American army mule. They serve as troop carriers or as supply and ammunition trains with the same high efficiency
Fuel oil conservation. An experienced serviceman checks the efficiency of the family heating plant. This man measures the draft, the amount of heat lost through the chimney, and the carbon dioxide content of the flue gases. His work resulted in cutting down fuel consumption more than nineteen per cent. All heating contractors and many coal and fuel-oil dealers are prepared to give this valuable service
Transformer manufacture. Essential to the efficiency of thousands of plants producing war materials are these distribution transformers, here being assembled on assembly line in a large Eastern plant. Westinghouse, Sharon, Pennsylvania
De Land pool. Bits and parts. The members of the De Land, Florida pool solved their welding problem on their first war contract with typical American ingenuity. F.W. Casey had to have a welding generator and couldn't buy one. So he took an old Overland chassis, mounted a Dodge motor on it, attached a Studebaker radiator, and connected a second-hand generator to the engine. The outfit performs with the same efficiency as a five hundred dollar factory job
That line on the inside of your washing machine is a load line and it means just that. After your laundry is in the tub, the entire load should not exceed the line. If you overload, you'll find water running down into the motor where it will cause rust and decrease the motor's efficiency
Conversion. Automobiles to 40 mm. anti-aircraft guns. To ensure maximum efficiency, every 40 mm. anti-aircraft gun barrel made in this former automobile plant is checked and double checked. Here an inspector is examining the size of the bore in an army barrel. Chrysler Corporation, Highland Park, Detroit
Manpower, junior size. When these hardy fighters of America's junior army do a job, they do it right--with typical American efficiency. Out to see for themselves what happens to the scrap they collect, they pay a visit to a scrapyard in Roanoke, Virginia, and watch the hydraulic press crush jalopies into rectangular bales for shipment to steel mills
Transformer manufacture. When completed, this transformer will supply electric furnaces with the power needed to produce steel for Uncle Sam's ships and tanks and guns. The cooling coils pictured here are made of copper. A new process of forced oil cooling adds efficiency to these coilings; oil through these tubes at relatively high speed, cooling is greatly improved, and a larger lead current can be carried through the copper windings, thereby increasing the output of the transformer. Westinghouse, Sharon, Pennsylvania
Twenty-millimeter machine guns for planes. Tidiness and order contribute to plant morale and efficiency. A former auto plant now turning out machine guns is straining every resource to get top production, but it still keeps the maintenance men busy cleaning and painting the building and equipment. Oldsmobile, Lansing, Michigan
Production. Aircraft engines. A skilled mechanic and determined war worker, Zed W. Robinson, proves that skin pigment bears no relation to efficiency of work. He's one of many Negroes employed in a large Midwest aircraft plant in skilled and semi-skilled capacity. Tightening bolts of a cylinder barrel during the final build-up of an airplane engine is one of the jobs which, until fairly recently, was closed to members of his race. But this war demands that no American because of race, creed or color shall be barred from work. Melrose Park, Buick plant
Fort Benning. Military trucks. Fast freighters of our motorized arm. Uncle Sam's new military trucks can do jobs that would astonish even the famous American army mule. They serve as troop carriers or as supply and ammunition trucks with the same high efficiency
Production. Ventura bombers. Part of the makings of Ventura bombers that will soon be giving Tokyo, Berlin, and Rome some idea of the strength and efficiency of America's serial battle fleets. A section of the warehouse of a large Western aircraft plant in which various types of fighting and bombing planes are being built. Vega Aircraft Corporation, Burbank, California
Transportation. Freight car movements. With transportation assuming vast new importance in wartime America, movement of freight cars must be accomplished with the fullest efficiency and speed. Loss and diversion of ocean carriers which served our seaboard cities have thrown an enormous burden upon the railroads
Many sewing machines require regular oiling. If yours is one of these, treat it accordingly. Read your instruction book or call the repair man if the machine develops any serious trouble, and you'll preserve its efficiency for the duration
Manpower, junior size. When these hardy fighters of America's junior army do a job, they do it right--with typical American efficiency. Out to see for themselves what happens to the scrap they collect, they pay a visit to a scrapyard in Roanoke, Virginia, and watch a hydraulic press reduce old automobile bodies and parts to steel mills
De Land pool. Skilled craftsmen. Speed, speed, and more speed is the watchword in the De Land, Florida pool, where former shoe clerks, salesmen and farmers, men from every walk of life, are working shoulder to shoulder in the Babcock plant, turning out war work with grim efficiency. L.A. Lutrell, above, is typical of the De Land businessmen who are rolling out motor racks for the Air Corps on a record breaking production schedule
Winner of the plant suggestion award. David Danzig, an employee of American Locomotive Company, Schenectady, New York, drops his suggestion for improving efficiency in the plant's suggestion box
Hoffman Island, New York. Efficiency contest winners on the march at the United States Maritime Service training station
Winner of the plant suggestion award. His suggestion for improving operating efficiency accepted, David Danzig, an employee of American Locomotive Company, Schenectady, New York, receives his award check from Fred Frick, assistant foreman of the plant
New shells on old scales. Squatting before an old-fashioned measuring scale, this Indian workman and the shells before him, symbolizes the United Nations' mutual aid. The shells were manufactured somewhere in Eastern India from U.S. steel provided under lend-lease An Indian inspector weighs a twenty-five shot in one of the munitions factories where the skill of Indian workmen and the efficiency of new lend-lease machinery continues to speed tha Allied war effort
America's petroleum industries pour out fuel and lubricants for the United Nations. A geology expert of one of the large oil companies U.S. displays two varieties of sand from an oil drilling district. The hand on the left holds dry, oil-less sand, while the one on the right holds sand rich and dark with oil. The latter oil-soaked sand, called "Simpson sand," is the goal of all seekers of oil and finding the sand in a test-boring indicates that is a well is sunk at that place the chances of "striking" oil are good. No longer do oilwell drillers in the U.S. rely on "hit or miss" methods of drilling for oil. Geologists make careful surveys of the surface of the ground to detect those geological characteristics which indicate the presence of oil deposits beneath. The industry's high efficiency has resulted in the production of enormous quantities of oil, a great part of which today propels and lubricates the planes, navies, and mechanized equipment of the United Nations' armed forces
America's petroleum industries pour out fuel and lubricants for the United Nations. Oil well derricks on the beach along the coast of the U.S. Pacific coast state of California indicate how thorough is the seach for oil which has been going on in America for more than eighty years. Some beach wells are drilled straight down to reach oil deposits, but others are drilled at an angle so that oil is being pumped from locations far under the sea. Sometimes the bottom of the well is a quarter mile or half mile from the shore, while surf washes the foundations of the steel tower on which the drilling or pumping machinery is placed. The thoroughness and efficiency of the U.S. oil industry in finding new oil deposits accounts for the enormous supplies produced in America for the modern machines of war. In 1944 according to a U.S. oil company official, the predictable U.S. crude oil total will reach 1,601,250,000 barrels
Photograph of Efficiency Award ceremony. Left to Right: Ernest Galdi, Wayne Grover, and Acey Simpson

Photograph of Efficiency Award ceremony. Left to Right: Ernest Galdi, ...

Historic Photograph File of National Archives Events and Personnel

Photograph of Efficiency Awards Wayne Grover and Acey Simpson

Photograph of Efficiency Awards Wayne Grover and Acey Simpson

Historic Photograph File of National Archives Events and Personnel

Photograph of Efficiency Awards Ernest Galdi and Wayne Grover

Photograph of Efficiency Awards Ernest Galdi and Wayne Grover

Historic Photograph File of National Archives Events and Personnel

Photograph of Efficiency Award, Left to Right: George Farington, Ernest Galdi, Wayne Grover, and Warren R. Reid

Photograph of Efficiency Award, Left to Right: George Farington, Ernes...

Historic Photograph File of National Archives Events and Personnel

Efficiency-beurs in de Amsterdamse RAI

Efficiency-beurs in de Amsterdamse RAI

Demonstratie van de nieuwe Composer schrijfmachine van IBM

Efficiency-beurs in de Amsterdamse RAI

Efficiency-beurs in de Amsterdamse RAI

Dames demonstreren het spreken met de computer

ATTENDEES OF HIGH EFFICIENCY SOLAR CELL MEETING

ATTENDEES OF HIGH EFFICIENCY SOLAR CELL MEETING

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 11/15/1974 Photographer: DONALD HUEBLER Keywords: Larsen Scan Location Building No: 3 Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

HIGH EFFICIENCY RADIATION DAMAGE SILICON SOLAR CELL MEETING

HIGH EFFICIENCY RADIATION DAMAGE SILICON SOLAR CELL MEETING

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 4/29/1977 Photographer: JOHN MARTON Keywords: Larsen Scan Location Building No: 3 Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

HIGH EFFICIENCY RADIATION DAMAGE SILICON SOLAR CELL MEETING

HIGH EFFICIENCY RADIATION DAMAGE SILICON SOLAR CELL MEETING

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 4/29/1977 Photographer: JOHN MARTON Keywords: Larsen Scan Location Building No: 3 Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

Jimmy Carter - With a group from Fort Worth, Texas, Fr. 3-5; With Albert Carnesale, Fr. 6-14; Energy Efficiency Awards in the East Room, Fr. 15-35
THIRD HIGH EFFICIENCY SOLAR CELL MEETING

THIRD HIGH EFFICIENCY SOLAR CELL MEETING

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 6/13/1979 Photographer: DONALD HUEBLER Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

THIRD HIGH EFFICIENCY SOLAR CELL MEETING

THIRD HIGH EFFICIENCY SOLAR CELL MEETING

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 6/13/1979 Photographer: DONALD HUEBLER Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

THIRD HIGH EFFICIENCY SOLAR CELL MEETING

THIRD HIGH EFFICIENCY SOLAR CELL MEETING

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 6/13/1979 Photographer: DONALD HUEBLER Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

THIRD HIGH EFFICIENCY SOLAR CELL MEETING

THIRD HIGH EFFICIENCY SOLAR CELL MEETING

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 6/13/1979 Photographer: DONALD HUEBLER Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

THIRD HIGH EFFICIENCY SOLAR CELL MEETING

THIRD HIGH EFFICIENCY SOLAR CELL MEETING

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 6/13/1979 Photographer: DONALD HUEBLER Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

THIRD HIGH EFFICIENCY SOLAR CELL MEETING

THIRD HIGH EFFICIENCY SOLAR CELL MEETING

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 6/13/1979 Photographer: DONALD HUEBLER Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

FOURTH SOLAR CELL HIGH EFFICIENCY AND RADIATION DAMAGE MEETING

FOURTH SOLAR CELL HIGH EFFICIENCY AND RADIATION DAMAGE MEETING

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 10/16/1980 Photographer: DONALD HUEBLER Keywords: Larsen Scan Location Building No: 3 Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

FOURTH SOLAR CELL HIGH EFFICIENCY AND RADIATION DAMAGE MEETING

FOURTH SOLAR CELL HIGH EFFICIENCY AND RADIATION DAMAGE MEETING

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 10/16/1980 Photographer: DONALD HUEBLER Keywords: Larsen Scan Location Building No: 3 Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

FOURTH SOLAR CELL HIGH EFFICIENCY AND RADIATION DAMAGE MEETING

FOURTH SOLAR CELL HIGH EFFICIENCY AND RADIATION DAMAGE MEETING

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 10/16/1980 Photographer: DONALD HUEBLER Keywords: Larsen Scan Location Building No: 3 Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

FOURTH SOLAR CELL HIGH EFFICIENCY AND RADIATION DAMAGE MEETING

FOURTH SOLAR CELL HIGH EFFICIENCY AND RADIATION DAMAGE MEETING

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 10/16/1980 Photographer: DONALD HUEBLER Keywords: Larsen Scan Location Building No: 3 Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

FOURTH SOLAR CELL HIGH EFFICIENCY AND RADIATION DAMAGE MEETING

FOURTH SOLAR CELL HIGH EFFICIENCY AND RADIATION DAMAGE MEETING

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 10/16/1980 Photographer: DONALD HUEBLER Keywords: Larsen Scan Location Building No: 3 Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

FOURTH SOLAR CELL HIGH EFFICIENCY AND RADIATION DAMAGE MEETING

FOURTH SOLAR CELL HIGH EFFICIENCY AND RADIATION DAMAGE MEETING

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 10/16/1980 Photographer: DONALD HUEBLER Keywords: Larsen Scan Location Building No: 3 Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

Captain Jerry Breast, left, and crewmen paint a green C, for communications efficiency, on the aircraft carrier USS INDEPENDENCE (CV 62)

Captain Jerry Breast, left, and crewmen paint a green C, for communica...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: USS Independence (CV 62) Country: Caribbean Sea Scene Camera Operator: PH2 M. Doran Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Service ... More

Crewmen of the battleship USS IOWA (BB 61) display a battle efficiency ribbon in front of the No. 1 and 2 turrets. The ribbon is held by Captain Gerald E. Gneckow, the ship's commanding officer, left, and Commander Joe Lee Frank, operations officer

Crewmen of the battleship USS IOWA (BB 61) display a battle efficiency...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Norfolk Naval Shipyard State: Virginia (VA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: PH1 Jeff Hilton Release Status: Relea... More

Crew members display the battle efficiency "E" award won by the battleship USS IOWA (BB 61) in front of the ship's No. 1 and No. 2 Mark 7 16-inch/50-caliber gun turrets

Crew members display the battle efficiency "E" award won by the battle...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Country: Caribbean Sea Scene Camera Operator: PH1 Jeff Hilton Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files

Crew members display the battle efficiency "E" award won by the battleship USS IOWA (BB 61) in front of the ship's No. 1 and No. 2 Mark 7 16-inch/50-caliber gun turrets

Crew members display the battle efficiency "E" award won by the battle...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Country: Caribbean Sea Scene Camera Operator: PH1 Jeff Hilton Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files

Surgical instruments are displayed on an operating room table at Fleet Hospital One, a 250-bed combat zone hospital.  The instruments are being used during Operation SAFE HAVEN, a combined Navy, Marine Corps, and Army exercise designed to evaluate the efficiency of field hospitals

Surgical instruments are displayed on an operating room table at Fleet...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: SAFE HAVEN Base: Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camer... More

Sutures are displayed on an operating room table at Fleet Hospital One, a 250-bed combat zone hospital.  They are being used during Operation SAFE HAVEN, a combined Navy, Marine Corps, and Army exercise designed to evaluate the efficiency of field hospitals

Sutures are displayed on an operating room table at Fleet Hospital One...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: SAFE HAVEN Base: Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camer... More

A Marine with simulated wounds is fed by a corpsman at Fleet Hospital One, a 250-bed combat zone hospital.  Both men are participating in Operation SAFE HAVEN, a combined Navy, Marine Corps, and Army exercise designed to evaluate the efficiency of field hospitals

A Marine with simulated wounds is fed by a corpsman at Fleet Hospital ...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: SAFE HAVEN Base: Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camer... More

Marines transport a simulated casualty from a UH-1N Iroquois helicopter to Fleet Hospital One, a 250-bed combat zone hospital.  They are participating in Operation SAFE HAVEN, a combined Navy, Marine Corps, and Army exercise designed to evaluate the efficiency of field hospitals

Marines transport a simulated casualty from a UH-1N Iroquois helicopte...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: SAFE HAVEN Base: Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camer... More

Hospital staff members simulate an operation at Fleet Hospital One, a 250-bed combat zone hospital.  The staff is participating in Operation SAFE HAVEN, a combined Navy, Marine Corps, and Army exercise designed to evaluate the efficiency of field hospitals

Hospital staff members simulate an operation at Fleet Hospital One, a ...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: SAFE HAVEN Base: Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camer... More

Members of the 2nd Battalion, 1ST Marines, are tranported by ambulance to Fleet Hospital One, a 250-bed combat zone hospital.  The Marines have been provided with simulated wounds for Operation SAFE HAVEN, a combined Navy, Marine Corps, and Army exercise designed to evaluate the efficiency of field hospitals

Members of the 2nd Battalion, 1ST Marines, are tranported by ambulance...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: SAFE HAVEN Base: Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camer... More

A member of the 2nd Battalion, 1ST Marines, plays a the role of patient as medical personnel inspect the ward at Fleet Hospital One, a 250-bed combat zone hospital. The marines are participating in Operation SAFE HAVEN, a combined Navy, Marine Corps, and Army exercise designed to evaluate the efficiency of field hospitals

A member of the 2nd Battalion, 1ST Marines, plays a the role of patien...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: SAFE HAVEN Base: Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camer... More

Hospital staff members simulate an operation at Fleet Hospital One, a 250-bed combat zone hospital.  The staff is participating in Operation SAFE HAVEN, a combined Navy, Marine Corps, and Army exercise designed to evaluate the efficiency of field hospitals

Hospital staff members simulate an operation at Fleet Hospital One, a ...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: SAFE HAVEN Base: Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camer... More

A member of the 2nd Battalion, 1ST Marines, displays a simulated wound created by the Army moulage team during Operation SAFE HAVEN, a combined Navy, Marine Corps, and Army exercise designed to evaluate the efficiency of field hospitals.  STAFF members of Fleet Hospital One, a 250-bed combat zone hospital will imitate the medical procedures necessary to treat the wound

A member of the 2nd Battalion, 1ST Marines, displays a simulated wound...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: SAFE HAVEN Base: Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camer... More

A member of the 2nd Battalion, 1ST Marines, displays a simulated wound created by the Army moulage team during Operation SAFE HAVEN, a combined Navy, Marine Corps, and Army exercise designed to evaluate the efficiency of field hospitals.  STAFF members of Fleet Hospital One, a 250-bed combat zone hospital will imitate the medical procedures necessary to treat the wound

A member of the 2nd Battalion, 1ST Marines, displays a simulated wound...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: SAFE HAVEN Base: Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camer... More

Members of the 2nd Battalion, 1ST Marines, plays a game of chess while acting as patients at Fleet Hospital One, a 250-bed combat zone hospital. The Marines are participating in Operation SAFE HAVEN, a combined Navy, Marine Corps, and Army exercise designed to evaluate the efficiency of field hospitals

Members of the 2nd Battalion, 1ST Marines, plays a game of chess while...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: SAFE HAVEN Base: Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camer... More

A nurse prepares to assist in a simulated operation at Fleet Hospital One, a 250-bed combat zone hospital.  She is participating in Operation SAFE HAVEN, a combined Navy, Marine Corps, and Army exercise designed to evaluate the efficiency of field hospitals

A nurse prepares to assist in a simulated operation at Fleet Hospital ...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: SAFE HAVEN Base: Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camer... More

A member of the Army moulage team creates a simulated wound during Operation SAFE HAVEN, a combined Navy, Marine Corps, and Army exercise designed to evaluate the efficiency of field hospitals. The procedure is taking place at Fleet Hospital One, a 250-bed combat zone hospital

A member of the Army moulage team creates a simulated wound during Ope...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: SAFE HAVEN Base: Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camer... More

Hospital personnel transfer a simulated casualty from a gurney to an operating room table at Fleet Hospital One, a 250-bed combat zone hospital.  The staff is participating in Operation SAFE HAVEN, a combined Navy, Marine Corps, and Army exercise designed to evaluate the efficiency of field hospitals

Hospital personnel transfer a simulated casualty from a gurney to an o...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: SAFE HAVEN Base: Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camer... More

A volunteer patient displays a simulated wound created by a member of the Army, moulage team during Operation SAFE HAVEN, a combined Navy, Marine Corps, and Army exercise designed to evaluate the efficiency of field hospitals.   STAFF members of Fleet Hospital One, a 250-bed combat zone hospital, will imitate the medical procedures necessary to treat the wound

A volunteer patient displays a simulated wound created by a member of ...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: SAFE HAVEN Base: Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camer... More

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