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Photo Gallery: amputee

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1945"Charlie Dunston, S1/c, amputee case at the Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, PA..", August 01, 1945. Credit: Department of Defense. Department of the Navy. Naval Photographic Center. (09/18/1947). General Photographic File of the Department of Navy, 1943 - 1958. Ens. Thomas Binford, Photographer. Collection: National Archives
1951Photograph of President Truman in the Oval Office with two members of the Amputee Demonstration Team of the American Legion. June 11, 1951. Credit: Truman, Harry S., 1884-1972. Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, MO). Collection: National Archives 2
2003Tech. Sgt. Matthew Profitt inspects a TTV-205 pressure tester that checks the C-5's pitot-static system for leaks. A pitot-static system supplies air pressure sensations directly to differential pressure flight instruments for the measurement of aircraft speed and altitude. In 2003, the Dover Air Force Base reservist's leg was amputated when he was diagnosed with epithelioid sarcoma, a malignant soft tissue tumor. He is a 512th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron guidance and control section technician. Keyword: Amputee, 2003. Credit: U.S. Air Force photo. 1st Lt. Marnee A.C. Losurdo. Collection: US Air Force
2003Tech. Sgt. Matthew Profitt puts on a flexible prosthesis, a C-Sprint, which absorbs impact before running at Dover Air Force Base, Del. In 2003 his leg was amputated when he was diagnosed with epithelioid sarcoma, a malignant soft tissue tumor. He is a 512th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron guidance and control section technician. Keyword: Amputee, 2003. Credit: U.S. Air Force photo. 1st Lt. Marnee A.C. Losurdo. Collection: US Air Force
2003Tech. Sgt. Matthew Profitt runs wearing a flexible prosthesis, a C-Sprint, which absorbs impact. In 2003, while activated at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, supporting the war on terrorism, the reservist's leg was amputated when he was diagnosed with epithelioid sarcoma, a malignant soft tissue tumor. He is a 512th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron guidance and control section technician. Keyword: Amputee, 2003. Credit: U.S. Air Force photo. 1st Lt. Marnee A.C. Losurdo. Collection: US Air Force
2006Retired Army Sgt. Chang Wong demonstrates a balance and agility exercise for Veterans Affairs therapists and prosthetists during a military amputee advance skills training workshop at the Jimmy Brought Fitness Center on Fort Sam Houston, Texas, on May 12, 2006. The Brooke Army Medical Center hosted the workshop to train VA therapists in the needs of today's military amputees. Credit: U.S Air Force photo. Staff Sgt. Shad Eidson. Collection: US Air Force
Editor's SelectionArmy Spc. Charles Parker looks on as Sven Zarling demonstrates the capabilities of a prototype prosthesis July 17 designed to give above-the-knee amputee servicemembers the mobility they need to remain on active duty if they choose. The prosthesis uses a microprocessor to control the knee's hydraulic functions and can anticipate the wearer's actions and make changes in real time. Mr. Zarling is from Otto Bock HealthCare, the company developing the new prosthesis. Credit: DOD photo. Fred W. Baker III. Collection: US Air Force
Editor's SelectionAir Force Lt. Col. Andrew Lourake, an amputee who remained on active duty as a pilot, demonstrates July 17 how he manually switches modes on his computerized prosthesis as Sven Zarling observes. The colonel's current prosthetic leg has two modes, one for walking and one for flying. An improved prosthesis is being developed that will have up to 10 modes and allow for remote-controlled switching. Mr. Zarling is from Otto Bock HealthCare, the company developing the new prosthesis. Credit: DOD photo. Fred W. Baker III. Collection: US Air Force
Editor's SelectionFlag Man. Keyword: Amputee. Credit: stock image. Collection: Clipart
Source: compiled from various sources (under license) copyright 2014


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