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Presidential materials are loaded onto a C-5 Galaxy cargo aircraft at Joint Base Andrews, Md., Feb. 15, 2017. The Joint Records Team (JRT) made up of Airmen assigned to the Air Force District of Washington (AFDW) and Soldiers from the U.S. Army's 3rd Infantry Division "The Old Guard" worked in concert with Presidential Material Handlers from the National Archives and Records Management (NARA) over several months to ensure the safe movement of the records and artifacts gathered during the eight years of President Obama's administration. The JRT was tasked with helping to inventory, prepare for shipping, palletize and load several tons of paper records, terabytes of electronic records, and thousands of artifacts. Along with several truck shipments the bulk of the materials were loaded onto and Air Force C-5 Galaxy cargo aircraft brought in from Dover Air Force Base, Del., and were then flown to Chicago, Ill., where they were placed in secure storage until completion of Obama's Presidential Library. The library is part of the presidential library system, which is administered by the National Archives and Records Administration. (U.S. Air Force photo/Jim Varhegyi) (released)
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Presidential materials are loaded onto a C-5 Galaxy cargo aircraft at Joint Base Andrews, Md., Feb. 15, 2017. The Joint Records Team (JRT) made up of Airmen assigned to the Air Force District of Washington (AFDW) and Soldiers from the U.S. Army's 3rd Infantry Division "The Old Guard" worked in concert with Presidential Material Handlers from the National Archives and Records Management (NARA) over several months to ensure the safe movement of the records and artifacts gathered during the eight years of President Obama's administration. The JRT was tasked with helping to inventory, prepare for shipping, palletize and load several tons of paper records, terabytes of electronic records, and thousands of artifacts. Along with several truck shipments the bulk of the materials were loaded onto and Air Force C-5 Galaxy cargo aircraft brought in from Dover Air Force Base, Del., and were then flown to Chicago, Ill., where they were placed in secure storage until completion of Obama's Presidential Library. The library is part of the presidential library system, which is administered by the National Archives and Records Administration. (U.S. Air Force photo/Jim Varhegyi) (released)
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Presidential materials are loaded onto a C-5 Galaxy cargo aircraft at Joint Base Andrews, Md., Feb. 15, 2017. The Joint Records Team (JRT) made up of Airmen assigned to the Air Force District of Washington (AFDW) and Soldiers from the U.S. Army's 3rd Infantry Division "The Old Guard" worked in concert with Presidential Material Handlers from the National Archives and Records Management (NARA) over several months to ensure the safe movement of the records and artifacts gathered during the eight years of President Obama's administration. The JRT was tasked with helping to inventory, prepare for shipping, palletize and load several tons of paper records, terabytes of electronic records, and thousands of artifacts. Along with several truck shipments the bulk of the materials were loaded onto and Air Force C-5 Galaxy cargo aircraft brought in from Dover Air Force Base, Del., and were then flown to Chicago, Ill., where they were placed in secure storage until completion of Obama's Presidential Library. The library is part of the presidential library system, which is administered by the National Archives and Records Administration. (U.S. Air Force photo/Jim Varhegyi) (released)
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Deputy Archivist for the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) Ms. Debra Steidel Wall, thanked members of the Joint Records Team (JRT) for their months of hard work in preparing and moving materieals from President Obama's administration during a ceremony at the National Archives Headquarters building, Washington, D.C., Feb. 22, 2017. The JRT was made up of Airmen assigned to the Air Force District of Washington (AFDW) and Soldiers from the U.S. Army's 3rd Infantry Division "The Old Guard" worked in concert with Presidential Material Handlers from the NARA over several months to ensure the safe movement of the records and artifacts gathered during the eight years of President Obama's administration. The JRT was tasked with helping to inventory, prepare for shipping, palletize and load several tons of paper records, terabytes of electronic records, and thousands of artifacts. Along with several truck shipments the bulk of the materials were loaded onto and Air Force C-5 Galaxy cargo aircraft brought in from Dover Air Force Base, Del., and were then flown to Chicago, Ill., where they were placed in secure storage until completion of Obama's Presidential Library. The library is part of the presidential library system, which is administered by the National Archives and Records Administration. (U.S. Air Force photo/Jim Varhegyi) (released)
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Trucks containing materials from President Obama's administration pull up outside of a hangar on Joint Base Andrews, Md. Feb. 14, 2017. Standing by to receive the materials were Joint Records Team (JRT) members made up of Airmen assigned to the Air Force District of Washington (AFDW) and Soldiers from the U.S. Army's 3rd Infantry Division "The Old Guard" worked in concert with Presidential Material Handlers from the National Archives and Records Management (NARA) over several months to ensure the safe movement of the records and artifacts gathered during the eight years of President Obama's administration. The JRT was tasked with helping to inventory, prepare for shipping, palletize and load several tons of paper records, terabytes of electronic records, and thousands of artifacts. Along with several truck shipments the bulk of the materials were loaded onto and Air Force C-5 Galaxy cargo aircraft brought in from Dover Air Force Base, Del., and were then flown to Chicago, Ill., where they were placed in secure storage until completion of Obama's Presidential Library. The library is part of the presidential library system, which is administered by the National Archives and Records Administration. (U.S. Air Force photo/Jim Varhegyi) (released)
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Joint Records Team (JRT) members prepare to receive presidential materials outside of a hangar on Joint Base Andrews, Md., Feb. 14, 2017. JRT members included Airmen assigned to the Air Force District of Washington (AFDW) and Soldiers from the U.S. Army's 3rd Infantry Division "The Old Guard" worked in concert with Presidential Material Handlers from the National Archives and Records Management (NARA) over several months to ensure the safe movement of the records and artifacts gathered during the eight years of President Obama's administration. The JRT was tasked with helping to inventory, prepare for shipping, palletize and load several tons of paper records, terabytes of electronic records, and thousands of artifacts. Along with several truck shipments the bulk of the materials were loaded onto and Air Force C-5 Galaxy cargo aircraft brought in from Dover Air Force Base, Del., and were then flown to Chicago, Ill., where they were placed in secure storage until completion of Obama's Presidential Library. The library is part of the presidential library system, which is administered by the National Archives and Records Administration. (U.S. Air Force photo/Jim Varhegyi) (released)
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The Joint Records Team (JRT) operations officer U.S. Air Force Capt. Nathan Tilton briefs JRT members prior to receiving presidential materials at a hangar on Joint Base Andrews, Md., Feb 14, 2017. JRT members included Airmen assigned to the Air Force District of Washington (AFDW) and Soldiers from the U.S. Army's 3rd Infantry Division "The Old Guard" worked in concert with Presidential Material Handlers from the National Archives and Records Management (NARA) over several months to ensure the safe movement of the records and artifacts gathered during the eight years of President Obama's administration. The JRT was tasked with helping to inventory, prepare for shipping, palletize and load several tons of paper records, terabytes of electronic records, and thousands of artifacts. Along with several truck shipments the bulk of the materials were loaded onto and Air Force C-5 Galaxy cargo aircraft brought in from Dover Air Force Base, Del., and were then flown to Chicago, Ill., where they were placed in secure storage until completion of Obama's Presidential Library. The library is part of the presidential library system, which is administered by the National Archives and Records Administration. (U.S. Air Force photo/Jim Varhegyi) (released)
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The Joint Records Team (JRT) officer in charge (OIC) of team DC, U.S. Army Capt. Scott McInernie, moves a pallet full of presidential records in a hangar on Joint Base Andrews, Md., Feb 14, 2017. The JRT was made up of Airmen assigned to the Air Force District of Washington (AFDW) and Soldiers from the U.S. Army's 3rd Infantry Division "The Old Guard" worked in concert with Presidential Material Handlers from the National Archives and Records Management (NARA) over several months to ensure the safe movement of the records and artifacts gathered during the eight years of President Obama's administration. The JRT was tasked with helping to inventory, prepare for shipping, palletize and load several tons of paper records, terabytes of electronic records, and thousands of artifacts. Along with several truck shipments the bulk of the materials were loaded onto and Air Force C-5 Galaxy cargo aircraft brought in from Dover Air Force Base, Del., and were then flown to Chicago, Ill., where they were placed in secure storage until completion of Obama's Presidential Library. The library is part of the presidential library system, which is administered by the National Archives and Records Administration. (U.S. Air Force photo/Jim Varhegyi) (released)
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The Joint Records Team (JRT) made up of Airmen assigned to the Air Force District of Washington (AFDW) and Soldiers from the U.S. Army's 3rd Infantry Division "The Old Guard" worked in concert with Presidential Material Handlers from the National Archives and Records Management (NARA) over several months to ensure the safe movement of the records and artifacts gathered during the eight years of President Obama's administration. The JRT was tasked with helping to inventory, prepare for shipping, palletize and load several tons of paper records, terabytes of electronic records, and thousands of artifacts. Along with several truck shipments the bulk of the materials were loaded onto and Air Force C-5 Galaxy cargo aircraft brought in from Dover Air Force Base, Del., and were then flown to Chicago, Ill., where they were placed in secure storage until completion of Obama's Presidential Library. The library is part of the presidential library system, which is administered by the National Archives and Records Administration. (U.S. Air Force photo/Jim Varhegyi) (released)
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The Joint Records Team (JRT) made up of Airmen assigned to the Air Force District of Washington (AFDW) and Soldiers from the U.S. Army's 3rd Infantry Division "The Old Guard" worked in concert with Presidential Material Handlers from the National Archives and Records Management (NARA) over several months to ensure the safe movement of the records and artifacts gathered during the eight years of President Obama's administration. The JRT was tasked with helping to inventory, prepare for shipping, palletize and load several tons of paper records, terabytes of electronic records, and thousands of artifacts. Along with several truck shipments the bulk of the materials were loaded onto and Air Force C-5 Galaxy cargo aircraft brought in from Dover Air Force Base, Del., and were then flown to Chicago, Ill., where they were placed in secure storage until completion of Obama's Presidential Library. The library is part of the presidential library system, which is administered by the National Archives and Records Administration. (U.S. Air Force photo/Jim Varhegyi) (released)
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The Joint Records Team (JRT) made up of Airmen assigned to the Air Force District of Washington (AFDW) and Soldiers from the U.S. Army's 3rd Infantry Division "The Old Guard" worked in concert with Presidential Material Handlers from the National Archives and Records Management (NARA) over several months to ensure the safe movement of the records and artifacts gathered during the eight years of President Obama's administration. The JRT was tasked with helping to inventory, prepare for shipping, palletize and load several tons of paper records, terabytes of electronic records, and thousands of artifacts. Along with several truck shipments the bulk of the materials were loaded onto and Air Force C-5 Galaxy cargo aircraft brought in from Dover Air Force Base, Del., and were then flown to Chicago, Ill., where they were placed in secure storage until completion of Obama's Presidential Library. The library is part of the presidential library system, which is administered by the National Archives and Records Administration. (U.S. Air Force photo/Jim Varhegyi) (released)
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The Joint Records Team (JRT) made up of Airmen assigned to the Air Force District of Washington (AFDW) and Soldiers from the U.S. Army's 3rd Infantry Division "The Old Guard" worked in concert with Presidential Material Handlers from the National Archives and Records Management (NARA) over several months to ensure the safe movement of the records and artifacts gathered during the eight years of President Obama's administration. The JRT was tasked with helping to inventory, prepare for shipping, palletize and load several tons of paper records, terabytes of electronic records, and thousands of artifacts. Along with several truck shipments the bulk of the materials were loaded onto and Air Force C-5 Galaxy cargo aircraft brought in from Dover Air Force Base, Del., and were then flown to Chicago, Ill., where they were placed in secure storage until completion of Obama's Presidential Library. The library is part of the presidential library system, which is administered by the National Archives and Records Administration. (U.S. Air Force photo/Jim Varhegyi) (released)
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The Joint Records Team (JRT) made up of Airmen assigned to the Air Force District of Washington (AFDW) and Soldiers from the U.S. Army's 3rd Infantry Division "The Old Guard" worked in concert with Presidential Material Handlers from the National Archives and Records Management (NARA) over several months to ensure the safe movement of the records and artifacts gathered during the eight years of President Obama's administration. The JRT was tasked with helping to inventory, prepare for shipping, palletize and load several tons of paper records, terabytes of electronic records, and thousands of artifacts. Along with several truck shipments the bulk of the materials were loaded onto and Air Force C-5 Galaxy cargo aircraft brought in from Dover Air Force Base, Del., and were then flown to Chicago, Ill., where they were placed in secure storage until completion of Obama's Presidential Library. The library is part of the presidential library system, which is administered by the National Archives and Records Administration. (U.S. Air Force photo/Jim Varhegyi) (released)
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Former Air Force Capt. Annette Martiny poses alongside an M923 5-ton series cargo truck at an undisclosed location in Iraq, Sept. 3, 2004. Commissioned as an officer in 1999, Martiny deployed three times as a logistics plans officer in her 22-year Air Force career. (Courtesy photo)
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Lt. Mary Helen Gosnell, Women's Airforce Service Pilot, c. 1944 (Courtesy photo)
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Sept. 1987 issue of Airmen's Magazine. (Courtesy photo)
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