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Background imagePersonnel Collection: Health Visitor / 1950S

Health Visitor / 1950S
A health visitor visits a mother and her baby on their farm (near Colchester) Date: 1950s

Background imagePersonnel Collection: Promotional Recruitment card for the U. S. Navy

Promotional Recruitment card for the U. S. Navy
Promotional Recruitment card for the U. S. Naval Training Station, Great Lakes, Illinois. 2200 recruits under training have formed a giant anchor, with Rear Admiral John Downes US Navy

Background imagePersonnel Collection: Multi service emergency vehicles

Multi service emergency vehicles and their personnel

Background imagePersonnel Collection: NFS personnel coach from District 34-HQ, Ealing, WW2

NFS personnel coach from District 34-HQ, Ealing, WW2
National Fire Service personnel coach from District 34-HQ, Ealing, West London

Background imagePersonnel Collection: London & South Western Railway Servants Orphanage, Woking

London & South Western Railway Servants Orphanage, Woking
General view of the main building of the London & South Western Railway Servants Orphanage at Woking, Surrey. The orphanage was founded in 1885 in Clapham, south west London

Background imagePersonnel Collection: Blitz in London -- AFS personnel receiving treatment, WW2

Blitz in London -- AFS personnel receiving treatment, WW2
With the Blitz still at its height, Londons firefighters and fire support crews are removed to local hospitals for emergency treatment after receiving injuries fighting the fires started by enemy

Background imagePersonnel Collection: Three Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineer craftsmen

Three Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineer craftsmen
Photograph of three Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineer craftsmen repairing the engine of an A Squadron, 15/19th Kings Royal Hussars Saracen Armoured Personnel Carrier, Malaya

Background imagePersonnel Collection: Despatch riders with Douglas motorcycles, WW1

Despatch riders with Douglas motorcycles, WW1
Two despatch riders with Douglas 349cc motorcycles during the First World War. Date: circa 1916

Background imagePersonnel Collection: Naval personnel watch H-bomb test, Malden Island

Naval personnel watch H-bomb test, Malden Island
British naval personnel in special protective clothing watch a thermonuclear H-bomb test over Malden Island in the central Pacific Ocean. Date: 1956

Background imagePersonnel Collection: An RAF Air Gunner Wearing His Chain of Office the Reg?

An RAF Air Gunner Wearing His Chain of Office the Reg?
An RAF Air Gunner Wearing His Chain of Office the Regular Way in Which Ammunition Was Carried to Aircraft to Be Loaded in to the Gun

Background imagePersonnel Collection: Firefighters in action, Rosebery Avenue, WW2

Firefighters in action, Rosebery Avenue, WW2
Firefighters in action in burning debris in Rosebery Avenue, Clerkenwell, London, following a flying bomb attack. Date: 1944

Background imagePersonnel Collection: Thessaloniki - Cretan Policeman, Jews and Serbian Officers

Thessaloniki - Cretan Policeman, Jews and Serbian Officers Date: circa 1916

Background imagePersonnel Collection: Japanese surrender delegation aboard the USS Missouri

Japanese surrender delegation aboard the USS Missouri
The Japanese surrender delegation aboard the USS Missouri, 31st August 1945. All the US naval personnel are wearing Class B uniforms on purpose. The surrender officially ended World War Two

Background imagePersonnel Collection: Ufos / Ciampino / Italy

Ufos / Ciampino / Italy
The sighting of this striking UFO by military personnel at Ciampino, one of Romes airports, is confirmed by radar

Background imagePersonnel Collection: London Fire Brigade in Victoria Park, East London

London Fire Brigade in Victoria Park, East London
London Fire Brigade personnel with horse-drawn and motorised vehicles in Victoria Park, East London. Date: 1902

Background imagePersonnel Collection: RAF personnel completing Thor missile training course

RAF personnel completing Thor missile training course
RAF personnel, completing a 13-week training course on the Thor propulsion system at Rocketdyne. From left: Chief Technician Sidney Allen, Junior Technician Graham R.J

Background imagePersonnel Collection: WW2 - American Red Cross Clubmobile - UK

WW2 - American Red Cross Clubmobile - UK
Sighted Sinkers - Sank Same! WW2 - American Red Cross Clubmobile (USAF) - Somewhere in Great Britain. American airforce personnel relaxing with coffee and doughnuts

Background imagePersonnel Collection: Savoia Marchetti S-55 Flying Boat

Savoia Marchetti S-55 Flying Boat Arriving in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil after a Trans-Atlantic Flight from Orbetello, Italy. General Balbo, Italian Air Minister

Background imagePersonnel Collection: Air Marshal Lord Hugh Dowding (Left) with Group Captain ?

Air Marshal Lord Hugh Dowding (Left) with Group Captain ?
Air Marshal Lord Hugh Dowding (Left) with Group Captain Douglas Bader at the First Peacetime Battle-Of-Britain Anniversary Flypast over London

Background imagePersonnel Collection: Bristol Aeronautical Corporation XLRQ-1 11652

Bristol Aeronautical Corporation XLRQ-1 11652, the 2nd prototype amphibious assault transport glider at the Naval Air Material Centre (NAMC) Philadelphia

Background imagePersonnel Collection: Sailor on boat with monkey and fruit for US Navy Poster Date: 1918

Sailor on boat with monkey and fruit for US Navy Poster Date: 1918

Background imagePersonnel Collection: Savoia Marchetti SM-79

Savoia Marchetti SM-79
A Line of Savoia Marchetti Sm-79 Bomber with Flight Crew Standing in Front Date: 1930s

Background imagePersonnel Collection: Dornier Do-J Do-16 Wal

Dornier Do-J Do-16 Wal
A Dornier Wal Parked at the Waters Edge with People Waiting on Shore. the Norwegian Arctic Explorer Roald Amundsen Used Two Dornier Seaplane in His Unsuccessful Attempt to Reach the North Pole in

Background imagePersonnel Collection: All-British FV432 Armoured Personnel Carrier

All-British FV432 Armoured Personnel Carrier, at the 2006 Larkhill Royal Artillery open day, on the Larkhill racecourse / exhibition ground. Date: 2006

Background imagePersonnel Collection: WW2 - Busy Railway Platform

WW2 - Busy Railway Platform
A photograph of a busy British railway platform during WW2, figures including military personnel go about their tasks. Date: circa 1944

Background imagePersonnel Collection: WW2 - R. A. F. Armament Section

WW2 - R. A. F. Armament Section
A photograph which shows some British WW2 Royal Air Force personnel of the armament section, working on the guns of an aircraft. Date: circa 1940s

Background imagePersonnel Collection: WW2 - Refuelling A Wellesley Bomber

WW2 - Refuelling A Wellesley Bomber
A photograph which shows some British WW2 Royal Air Force personnel refuelling a Vickers Wellesley bomber plane. Date: circa 1940s

Background imagePersonnel Collection: WW2 - Portable Wireless Outstation

WW2 - Portable Wireless Outstation
A photograph which shows some British WW2 Royal Air Force personnel operating a portable wireless outstation. Date: circa 1940s

Background imagePersonnel Collection: Sikorsky HO3S-1 122720, LVT (A)-4'and two Piasecki HRP-1s

Sikorsky HO3S-1 122720, LVT (A)-4'and two Piasecki HRP-1s
United States Marine Corps - Sikorsky HO3S-1 122720 (msn 51.117) carrying out a personnel transfer from / to a USMC Landing Vehicle Tracked LVT (A)-4 (one of many vartiants of the LVT family)

Background imagePersonnel Collection: Charing Cross Station, Underground

Charing Cross Station, Underground
This painting provides a view looking down upon the entrance to Charing Cross Underground Station, opened originally in 1864 by South Eastern Railway

Background imagePersonnel Collection: Cunard White Star, RMS Queen Mary, engineers log

Cunard White Star, RMS Queen Mary, engineers log
Cunard White Star, RMS Queen Mary engineers log, detailing voyage no.1 (27 May 1936, Captain Sir Edgar Britten RD RNR) to no.87 (12 July 1942, Captain J G Bisset)

Background imagePersonnel Collection: 54 MiG-19 Farmer

54 MiG-19 Farmer
Mikoyan-Guryevich MiG-19 (NATO codename: Farmer A). This is one of the series of Graphics Training Aids (GTA) used by the United States Army to train their personnel to recognize friendly

Background imagePersonnel Collection: 53 MiG-17 Fresco

53 MiG-17 Fresco
Mikoyan-Guryevich MiG-17F (NATO codename: Fresco C). This is one of the series of Graphics Training Aids (GTA) used by the United States Army to train their personnel to recognize friendly

Background imagePersonnel Collection: 52 MiG-15 Fagot

52 MiG-15 Fagot
Mikoyan-Guryevich MiG-15 (NATO codename: Fagot). This is one of the series of Graphics Training Aids (GTA) used by the United States Army to train their personnel to recognize friendly

Background imagePersonnel Collection: 51 Mi-2 Hoplite

51 Mi-2 Hoplite
Mil Mi-8 (NATO codename: Hoplite). This is one of the series of Graphics Training Aids (GTA) used by the United States Army to train their personnel to recognize friendly and hostile aircraft

Background imagePersonnel Collection: 50 Mi-8 Hip

50 Mi-8 Hip
Mil Mi-8 (NATO codename: Hip). This is one of the series of Graphics Training Aids (GTA) used by the United States Army to train their personnel to recognize friendly and hostile aircraft

Background imagePersonnel Collection: 49 Firebar

49 Firebar
Yakovlev Yak-28P (NATO codename: Firebar). This is one of the series of Graphics Training Aids (GTA) used by the United States Army to train their personnel to recognize friendly

Background imagePersonnel Collection: 48 Mi-4 Hound

48 Mi-4 Hound
Mil Mi-4 (NATO codename: Hound). This is one of the series of Graphics Training Aids (GTA) used by the United States Army to train their personnel to recognize friendly and hostile aircraft

Background imagePersonnel Collection: 47 Fitter

47 Fitter
Sukhoi Su-7B (NATO codename: Fitter). This is one of the series of Graphics Training Aids (GTA) used by the United States Army to train their personnel to recognize friendly and hostile aircraft

Background imagePersonnel Collection: 46 IL-28 Beagle

46 IL-28 Beagle
Ilyushin Il-28 (NATO codename: Beagle). This is one of the series of Graphics Training Aids (GTA) used by the United States Army to train their personnel to recognize friendly and hostile aircraft

Background imagePersonnel Collection: 45 Fishpot

45 Fishpot
Sukhoi Su-9 - Su-11 (NATO codename: Fishpot). This is one of the series of Graphics Training Aids (GTA) used by the United States Army to train their personnel to recognize friendly

Background imagePersonnel Collection: 44 Javelin

44 Javelin
Gloster Javelin F(AW).9. This is one of the series of Graphics Training Aids (GTA) used by the United States Army to train their personnel to recognize friendly and hostile aircraft

Background imagePersonnel Collection: 43 a Hunter

43 a Hunter
Hawker Hunter FGA.9 & T.7 - T.8 & F.6. This is one of the series of Graphics Training Aids (GTA) used by the United States Army to train their personnel to recognize friendly and hostile aircraft

Background imagePersonnel Collection: 42 a Sea Vixen

42 a Sea Vixen
de Havilland Sea Vixen F(AW).2 & F(AW).1. This is one of the series of Graphics Training Aids (GTA) used by the United States Army to train their personnel to recognize friendly and hostile aircraft

Background imagePersonnel Collection: 41 a Sea Venom

41 a Sea Venom
de Havilland Sea Venom F(AW).23. This is one of the series of Graphics Training Aids (GTA) used by the United States Army to train their personnel to recognize friendly and hostile aircraft

Background imagePersonnel Collection: 40 a Scimitar

40 a Scimitar
Supermarine Scimitar F.1. This is one of the series of Graphics Training Aids (GTA) used by the United States Army to train their personnel to recognize friendly and hostile aircraft

Background imagePersonnel Collection: 39 Lightning

39 Lightning
BAC Lightning F.6. This is one of the series of Graphics Training Aids (GTA) used by the United States Army to train their personnel to recognize friendly and hostile aircraft

Background imagePersonnel Collection: 38 Ka-15 Hen

38 Ka-15 Hen
Kamov Ka-15 (NATO codename: Hen). This is one of the series of Graphics Training Aids (GTA) used by the United States Army to train their personnel to recognize friendly and hostile aircraft



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