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Ray Longfellow Schoppe
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Ray Longfellow Schoppe
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Marvin Jenkins on the MIKAWE as a deck officer.
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Marvin Jenkins doing something that doesn't look to safe. Perhaps a cold winter day and the cold-blooded very large alligator was a little lethargic.
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The great Dutch geophysicist Vening Meinesz operating a gravity meter.
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The great Dutch geophysicist Vening Meinesz, a giant of a man, with the great Coast and Geodetic Survey scientist Captain Nicholas Heck, at Kilauea Crater on the island of Hawaii.
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NOAA Deputy Administrator Tim Keeney speaking at Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary headquarters.
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Wardroom of NOAA Ship PISCES - Lieutenant Commander Jeremy Adams, rear left, commanding. Lieutenant Hamburger and Ensigns Schill and Gibson in front row. Ensign Kapov, center back, and executive office Lieutenant Commander Stark on right rear.
Mississippi, Pascagoula 2010 July 13
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Commander Jeremy Adams, commanding officer of NOAA Ship PISCES at right rear, Ensign Schill, right front, Lieutenant Commander Chrobak, Executive officer, and Fisheries official in captain's chair of NOAA Ship PISCES.
Mississippi, Pascagoula 2011 August 18
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Wardroom of NOAA Ship PISCES, Ensign Doig, Commander Jeremy Adams, Lieutenant Commander Chrobak - back row. Ensign Schill and Lieutenant Hamburger front row.
Mississippi, Pascagoula 2011 June 17
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Lieutenant Commander Jeremy Adams at time of assumption of command of NOAA Ship PISCES.
Mississippi, Pascagoula 2009 November 6
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Wardroom of NOAA Ship HI'IALAKAI underneath the historic Knob Hill Bachelor Officers' Quarters historic banyan tree. Lieutenant Commander Matt Wingate, on left, commanding officer of HI'IALAKAI.
Hawaii, Oahu, Pearl Harbor 2011 April 9
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Officer complement of the NOAA Ship HI'IALAKAI at the USS ARIZONA Memorial at Pearl Harbor.
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Then Captain Gerd Glang, Director of the NOAA Office of Coast Survey, speaking at the commissioning ceremony of the NOAA Ship HASSLER.
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Rear Admiral Albert Niblack, USN.
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Deck officer Raymond H. Carstens, USC&GS (1909-1997). Although Carstens had to resign from the commissioned service of C&GS for health reasons, he stayed on as a civilian and became one of its most authoritative hydrographic experts. His career spanned 48 years, from 1931 until 1979.
1932 circa
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Unidentified USC&GS officer.
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Unidentified C&GS officer.
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Lieutenant Clarence Burmister, USC&GS. Burmister was an electronic genius who converted the GEE navigation system to Shoran for survey use and also developed EPI, a forerunner to LORAN-C. Burmister received the Silver Star for gallantry while a sergeant in WW I.
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Unidentified officer candidate getting in some rowing practice.
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Unidentified officer candidates with exception of Raymond H. Carstens, second from left standing.
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Unidentified officer candidates performing deck maintenance duties.
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Lieutenant Clarence Burmister in dress whites.
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Lt. Clarence Burmister, standing left; deck officer Raymond H. Carstens standing second from right; Lt.(j.g.) Walter Bainbridge kneeling on right; all else unidentified.
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Unidentified C&GS officer(s?).
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Deck officer Raymond H. Carstens and unidentified deck officer.
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Unidentified personnel.
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Unidentified C&GS personnel.
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John Bond is 4, K. T. Adams is 5, Jack Sammons 6, all else unidentified.
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President Johnson and Captain Arthur Wardwell, ESSA Corps, at the commissioning ceremony of the then ESSA Ship OCEANOGRAPHER at the Washington Navy Yard.
1966 July
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President Johnson and Lady Bird Johnson during invocation at commissioning ceremony of the then ESSA Ship OCEANOGRAPHER at the Washington Navy Yard.
1966 July
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President Johnson and Captain Arthur Wardwell, ESSA Corps, at the commissioning ceremony of the then ESSA Ship OCEANOGRAPHER at the Washington Navy Yard.
1966 July
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President Johnson and Captain Arthur Wardwell, ESSA Corps, at the commissioning ceremony of the then ESSA Ship OCEANOGRAPHER at the Washington Navy Yard. Captain Wardwell is discussing computer driven plotter.
1966 July
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President Johnson and Captain Arthur Wardwell, ESSA Corps, at the commissioning ceremony of the then ESSA Ship OCEANOGRAPHER at the Washington Navy Yard.
1966 July
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Then Lieutenant Commander Leo Otis Colbert as WW I Naval officer on board the USS NORTHERN PACIFIC on which he headed a division. Colbert went on to lead the USC&GS as Director during WW II. Colbert is third from left.
1918
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From left to right: NOAA Administrator James Baker; Secretary of Commerce Ronald H. Brown; and NOAA Chief Scientist Dr. Kathy Sullivan.
1993
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From left to right: NOAA Administrator James Baker; Secretary of Commerce Ronald H. Brown; and NOAA Chief Scientist Dr. Kathy Sullivan.
1993
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Dr. Kathy Sullivan, Chief Scientist of NOAA in 1993.
1993
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2nd Lieutenant Robert White, commissioned in the Army Air Corps in September 1943 and then ordered to MIT as a meteorology instructor.
1943
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MIT instructors in meteorology at MIT during WW II including Robert White, future head of the Weather Bureau, ESSA, and NOAA.
1943
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Dr. Robert M. White being sworn in as head of the Weather Bureau on September 30, 1963.
1963
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Dr. Robert M. White as Chief of the Weather Bureau with wife Mavis, and Secretary of Commerce Luther H. Hodges on September 30, 1963.
1963
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Dr. Robert M. White and Dr. Francis Reichelderfer inspect a model of the new marine automatic weather station. On the cover of Weather Bureau Topics for August-September 1963.
1963
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Editorial by Dr. Robert M. White upon taking over the reins of the Weather Bureau. In August-September Weather Bureau Topics.
1963
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Dr. Robert M. White, nominated chief of the Weather Bureau, on cover of August 1963 Weatherwise magazine.
1963
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Dr. Robert M. White, Chief of the Weather Bureau in Weather Bureau Topics, April 1964.
1964
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Dr. Robert M. White, Chief of the Weather Bureau in Weather Bureau Topics, April 1964. Second address to Weather Bureau personnel.
1964
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Dr. Robert M. White arriving in Asheville, North Carolina, on inspection tour of National Weather Records Center.
1964
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Earnest A. Rodney, Dr. Robert M. White, Chief of the Weather Bureau, Dr. Robert H. Simpson, Hurricane researcher, and Dr. Helmut Landsberg, climatologist .
1964
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Dr. Robert M. White, Chief of the Weather Bureau, Dr. Helmut Landsberg, and G. L. Barger, director of the National Weather Records Center, and Dr. Robert H . Simpson, noted hurricane researcher.
1964

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