Woman's Military Uniform

Date:
ca. 1963
Creator:
C) Colby Hats, Inc
Description (physical):

A) sleeve:23 1/2" L:26" W:15" B) W:15" L:26 1/2" C) L:10" W:9"

Location:
500 S Bronough St,Florida,Tallahassee,32399
Identifier:
2006M.005.001
Institution:
Museum of Florida History
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Laser-guided Bomb LGB-24B/B

The Paveway III Laser-Guided Bombs (LGB) are the third generation laser-guided bombs. The LGB concept, originally proven in combat in Southeast Asia with the introduction of the Paveway I, was validated again during Operations Desert Storm in Iraq in 1991 and Allied Force in Kosovo in 1999. This unit, Paveway III, or LGB-24B/B, provides optimum operational flexibility through use of an adaptive digital autopilot, large field-of-view, and highly sensitive seeker. The GBU-24B/B Paveway III is a converted BLU-109A/B 2000-lb class bomb designated as a hard target penetrator.

Location:
Halsey Street and Essex Circle,California,Ridgecrest,93555
Identifier:
2011.3.0002
Institution:
Naval Museum of Armament and Technology
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Cessna O-1A Bird Dog

Date:
1950
Publisher/Studio:
Wichita, KS: Cessna Aircraft Company, Inc.

In the Korean War the Bird Dog, affectionately called "the jeep with wings," was used for a variety of missions including artillery spotting, laying communication wire, evacuating wounded and dropping supplies and flares. Then designated the L-19, it was frequently used as an observation platform for field commanders. In September 1962, the Bird Dog was re-designated as the O-1A-the first all metal, high-wing, single-engine aircraft to see service in U.S. Army aviation. During the War in Southeast Asia, the U.S.

Description (physical):

H: 2.28m, W: 10.9m, L: 7.6m, Wt: 1400lbs., Top speed: 208km/hr.

Location:
Independence Ave at 6th Street, SW Washington,District of Columbia 20560
Identifier:
19780403000a
Institution:
Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum
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