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    • Ready Thunder

    • Pleasance, Geoff
    • A-10 (Jet attack plane). 92d Tactical Fighter Squadron.
    • An A-10 "Thunderbolt II " is on the tarmac during a snowy day at Royal Air Force Station (RAF) Bentwaters (England) in this painting. The A-10, also popularly known as the "Warthog," is famous for its ability to both dish out and absorb damage,...
    • Unique

    • Davidson, Kevin
    • A-10 (Jet attack plane). Edwards Air Force Base (Calif.).
    • This A-10 "Thunderbolt II"or "Warthog," pictured at Edwards AFB, is unique in the entire USAF as a two-seat variant of the venerable ground attack aircraft. It was modified for operation at night and in bad weather, although it was never pursued at...
    • A-10 Thunderbolt II: Tank Killer

    • Lopez, Jr., Staff Sergeant Jose
    • A-10 (Jet attack plane). M60 (Tank).
    • An A-10 "Thunderbolt II" or "Warthog" ground attack aircraft passes over the heads of a column of a M60 "Patton" main battle tanks (MBT). The Warthog was purpose built for ground attack missions and makes a welcome sight for American infantry and...
    • Thunderbolt - Green Demons

    • Hack, Konrad
    • A-10 (Jet attack plane).
    • Two A-10 "Thunderbolt II" aircraft of the 356th Tactical Fighter Squadron are shown engaged in a realistic training mission, with the plane in the foreground piloted by Lieutenant Colonel Ronald "Chris" Spivey. The 356th was based out of Myrtle...
    • A-10A Close Air Support Aircraft

    • Fair, Sergeant Ron
    • A-10 (Jet attack plane).
    • The A-10 "Thunderbolt II" or, as it is more frequently known, "Warthog" is a close air support aircraft. This aircraft is known for its extreme durability, as well as excellent low speed control and maneuverability that help it excel in ground...
    • A-37

    • Downs, John
    • A-37 (Jet Aircraft).
    • A-37 "Dragonfly" or "Super Tweet" aircraft are lined up, waiting to take off. The A-37 is a light attack aircraft, intended to fill a variety of rolls such as close air support (providing fire support for ground forces, often at very short ranges),...
    • California Woodpecker

    • Hines, Bob
    • Acorn woodpecker
    • The California, or acorn, woodpecker (Melanerpes formicivorus) are found, unsurprisingly, in California; they are also seen in Oregon, Arizona, New Mexico, and occasionally, Texas. To learn more see the booklet "Wildlife Portrait Series No. 3."
    • Photography in the Field

    • U.S. Army
    • Aerial reconnaissance, American. Aerial Photography. World War, 1914-1918.
    • While aerial and satellite photography capabilities are regular parts of the modern Army's intelligence gathering, World War I was the first conflict where American forces were able to benefit from aerial photography. This newfound ability to see...
    • E-4A/KC-135 Refueling

    • Berry, Sergeant Wayne
    • Air Force One (Presidential aircraft). KC-135 (Tanker aircraft).
    • A KC-135 "Stratotanker" and a E-4A perform an inflight refueling. The KC-135 has been in service since 1957, making it one of the longest serving aircraft in the USAF. The replacement for the KC-135, the KC-46 "Pegasus" will begin arriving in 2017....
    • E-4A Advanced Airborne Command Post (AABNCP)

    • Lahoski, Sergeant Joseph
    • Air Force One (Presidential aircraft).
    • The E-4A served as an Advanced Airborne Command Post, ensuring the President of the United States or authorized deputies to maintain contact and control of U.S. armed forces. While all four E-4As have since been upgraded to E-4Bs, they are...
    • Sparrow Hawk (Kestrel)

    • Smylie, Tom
    • American kestrel
    • The sparrow hawk, or kestrel, is the smallest of the falcons and is only the size of a robin. To learn more see the booklet "Wildlife Portrait Series No. 5."
    • Robin

    • Hines, Bob
    • American robin
    • Famous as a sign that spring has sprung, the robin (Turdus migratorius) is a common sight throughout the U.S. and as far south as Guatemala. To learn more see the booklet "Wildlife Portrait Series No. 3."
    • Wildlife Portrait Series No. I

    • Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife
    • Animals--Pictorial Works.
    • This booklet accompanies the first Wildlife series created by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Each page corresponds to one of the posters, offering a short description of the animal and some key facts about it.
    • Wildlife Portrait Series No. 2

    • Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife
    • Animals--Pictorial Works.
    • This booklet accompanies the second Wildlife series created by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Unlike the first series, the portraits are reproductions of paintings by Bob Hines instead of photographs. The descriptions of animals are a bit more...
    • Wildlife Portrait Series No. 5

    • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
    • Animals--Pictorial Works.
    • This page accompanies the fifth Wildlife series created by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The final set in this series, it returns to the photographic format seen in set one. Each animal is briefly described, although the description varies...
    • Wildlife Portrait Series No. 3 Songbirds

    • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
    • Animals--Pictorial Works.
    • This booklet accompanies the third Wildlife series created by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, which follows the second series by showing reproductions of paintings by Bob Hines. There are brief descriptions of the animals, as well as the...
    • Wildlife Portrait Series No. 4: A host of seabirds (Alaska)

    • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
    • Animals--Pictorial Works.
    • This booklet accompanies the fourth Wildlife series created by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Like the second and third series, these portraits are reproductions of paintings by Bob Hines. Unlike previous series, these paintings tend to focus...
    • Spanish Village Postcard

    • Howard Company
    • Architecture; Postcard; Carefree, Arizona
    • A blank postcard with a photograph of a statue from the Spanish Village. Photograph by Rex Howard and lithograph by Howard Company.
    • Arctic Grayling

    • Hines, Bob
    • Arctic Grayling
    • The arctic grayling (Thymalus arcticus) is found most often in Alaska and Canada. The fish was so well-known in Michigan that there is still a town named for it, though it was made extinct when the logging industry destroyed its habitat. To learn...
    • Arizona Business Directory 1909-10 (Part 1 of 9) - Cover and Index

    • Gazetteer Publishing Co.
    • Arizona -- Directories; El Paso (Tex.) -- Directories; Los Angeles (Calif.) -- Directories; San Francisco (Calif.) -- Directories; Denver (Colo.) -- Directories;
    • This section of the Business Directory contains the cover pages, general index, index of cities and towns, index of advertisements, and back cover.

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