31st Test and Evaluation Squadron F-35 Lightning II
Emblem of the United States Air Force Warfare Center
A F-35A Lightning of the 33rd Fighter Wing based at Eglin AFB.
Shield of Air Combat Command
A flight of Aggressor F-15 Eagles and F-16 Fighting Falcons fly in formation over the Nevada Test and Training Range
A Northrop F-89C landing at Eglin Air Force Base during the 1950s.
A B-2 Spirit bomber from the 509th Bomb Wing, Whiteman AFB, Missouri refuels from a KC-135 Stratotanker
The first F-22A assigned to the USAFWC
Eglin AFB aircraft parking apron during 1964.
An F-117A Nighthawk Stealth fighter from the 49th Fighter Wing, 9th Fighter Squadron "Iron Knights," from Holloman AFB, New Mexico, flies a training mission over the New Mexico desert
USAF Thunderbirds, part of the United States Air Force Warfare Center
A McDonnell Douglas RF-4C Phantom of the Eglin AFB based 3247th Test Squadron, seen during 1971.
F-22A from the 1st Fighter Wing, 27th Fighter Squadron, Langley AFB, Virginia being guided into place on the flightline
An HH-60G Pave Hawk retrieves a pararescueman as an A-10 Thunderbolt II provides cover fire during a firepower demonstration on the Nellis bombing range.
F-15C of the 33d Fighter Wing
A Boeing E-3 Sentry Airborne Warning and Control System from Tinker AFB, Oklahoma
A F-35A Lightning II of the 33rd Fighter Wing takes off to conduct sorties at Eglin Air Force Base during 2017.
A maintenance crew prepares an RQ-4 Global Hawk for a test at Beale Air Force Base
May 1992 air-to-air view of an F-16 Fighting Falcon equipped with an AGM-84 Harpoon all-weather anti-ship missile over Eglin Air Force Base. Note Air Force Systems Command badge on vertical fin.
Air Combat Command bases c. 2001
Buildings housing the 20th Space Control Squadron's AN/FPS-85 phased array radar at Eglin Air Force Base Site C-6.
An explosive charge is prepared to be used for rendering unexploded ordnance safe to handle at the Naval School of Explosive Ordnance Disposal.
Eglin AFB postcard from the 1970s.
An AC-130A Spectre gunship aircraft, 55-011, performs a pylon turn over Range 77 during a training mission in 1984. The aircraft was from the 919th Special Operations Group at Eglin's Duke Field, retired to AMARC on 15 November 1994. This late afternoon view looks south with Santa Rosa Sound, Santa Rosa Island, home of Eglin missile launch sites since 1944, and the Gulf of Mexico beyond.
A southern black racer snake slithers across the barrel of junior U.S. Army National Guard sniper Pfc. William Snyder's rifle.
An A-10C Thunderbolt II, piloted by the 40th Flight Test Squadron, flies over what's left of a target that was successfully hit by a Laser Joint Direct Attack Munition drop on the Eglin range.

The 53d Wing is a wing of the United States Air Force based at Eglin Air Force Base, Florida.

- 53rd Wing

The United States Air Force Warfare Center (USAFWC) at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, reports directly to Air Combat Command.

- United States Air Force Warfare Center

In 2015, responsibility for the B-1 Lancer bomber fleet was also transferred from ACC to AFGSC, putting the entire Air Force bomber force under AFGSC, however some B-1Bs and B-52Hs remain under the 53d Wing for test and evaluation.

- Air Combat Command

The wing reports to the USAF Air Warfare Center at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, a Direct Reporting Unit (DRU) to Headquarters, Air Combat Command (ACC).

- Eglin Air Force Base
31st Test and Evaluation Squadron F-35 Lightning II
Fort Brooke ca. 1840
Tampa Bay from a NASA satellite in 2006
Tampa Bay Watershed from USGS
Fort Brooke circa 1840
Earliest known detailed map of Tampa Bay, by Don Francisco Maria Celi of the Spanish Royal Fleet, 1757. Map is oriented with east at the top. Pinellas peninsula is at bottom, Tampa peninsula in middle, Hillsborough River shown extending into the interior at top left.
A surviving Ft. Brooke cannon on the University of Tampa campus
The Sunshine Skyway from its southern approach, St. Petersburg in the distance.
Port Tampa Inn, with rail line in front of hotel, c. 1900
Tony Jannus piloting the world's first scheduled airline service over Tampa Bay, 1914. The aircraft is a Benoist XIV.
Ybor's first cigar factory c. 1900
Tampa's waterfront, 1890.
Rolling cigars, 1909. Photo by Lewis Hine.
Port Tampa, c. 1900.
Franklin Street, looking north past the old Hillsborough County Courthouse, Tampa c. 1910s–1920s
Facilities at Port Tampa Bay from Davis Islands, downtown Tampa at left
Panorama of Downtown Tampa taken in 1913
MacDill Air Force Base during World War II
Landsat 8 image of Tampa Bay Region
Map of racial distribution in Tampa, 2010 U.S. Census. Each dot is 25 people:
Sacred Heart Church
First Baptist Church of Tampa, organized 1859
A KC-135R stationed at MacDill flying over Tampa Bay
Straz Center for the Performing Arts
Tampa's Channel District
Tampa Museum of Art
Museum of Science and Industry
A street festival on Ybor City's famous 7th Avenue in front of the historic El Centro Español de Tampa
Visitors riding the Serengeti Express and Skyride at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay
Gasparilla and pirate ship
Tampa Convention Center, built at the site of Fort Brooke
Steinbrenner Field
The Yuengling Center
Hillsborough High School in Seminole Heights
University of South Florida's Marshall Student Center
University of Tampa's Plant Hall
Courtney Campbell Causeway
The Lee Roy Selmon Crosstown Expressway features a section that is elevated over parts of the downtown area and part of the Port of Tampa. With the even taller bridge carrying the Reversible Express Lanes of the expressway.
Eastern terminus of the Howard Frankland Bridge
Tampa Union Station platforms
A tugboat pushes a barge at the Port of Tampa.
A HARTLine bus at the Marion Transit Center
Big Bend Power Station supplies most of the city's energy.
100 North Tampa (1992)
Bank of America Plaza (1986)
One Tampa City Center (1981)
SunTrust Financial Centre (1992)
The Element (2009)
Park Tower (1972)
Rivergate Tower (1988)
The Sunshine Skyway Bridge (1987)
Tampa Theatre
Downtown Tampa as seen from Bayshore Boulevard
Part of the Tampa Riverwalk
Fountains at Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park
Sulphur Springs Water Tower

Fort Brooke was a historical military post established at the mouth of the Hillsborough River in present-day Tampa, Florida in 1824.

- Fort Brooke

The city's borders include the north shore of Tampa Bay and the east shore of Old Tampa Bay.

- Tampa, Florida

It has both waterfront views of Tampa Bay and views of the city's skyline.

- Tampa Convention Center

The United States took possession of Florida in 1821 and established Fort Brooke at the mouth of the Hillsborough River in 1824.

- Tampa Bay
Fort Brooke ca. 1840
Maxim performing at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia, PA, USA with Liam Howlett in back and Keith Flint out of the shot.
Romford Market
The band was named after the Moog Prodigy synthesiser
The new (March 2007) market building
The band's website after Thornhill left in 2000.
Welcome sign on the edge of Romford
Liam Howlett live in August 2005.
Maxim performing at the 2006 Sziget Festival
The Prodigy frontman Keith Flint and live member Rob Holliday
Maxim performing in 2009.
The Prodigy at Festival Internacional de Benicàssim 2015

The Fat of the Land is the third studio album by English electronic music group the Prodigy, released on 1 July 1997 through XL Recordings.

- The Fat of the Land

Under the Royal Charter of the Liberty of Havering, granted by King Henry III no other market is permitted to set up within a day's sheep drive (six and two-thirds miles) of Romford.

- Romford Market

The Prodigy emerged in the underground rave scene in the early 1990s and achieved popularity and worldwide recognition with UK number one singles such as "Firestarter" and "Breathe", both singles coming from their UK and US chart-topping album The Fat of the Land (1997).

- The Prodigy

The famous Romford Market was another privilege that was guaranteed under this arrangement.

- Royal Liberty of Havering
Maxim performing at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia, PA, USA with Liam Howlett in back and Keith Flint out of the shot.
Roddenberry with Space Shuttle Enterprise in Palmdale, California (1976)
Logo as it appears in The Original Series
The original starship Enterprise
Roddenberry during his senior year of high school (1939)
Robert Horton and Ward Bond
The Starfleet emblem as seen in the franchise
William Shatner as Captain James T. Kirk in action, from the episode "Where No Man Has Gone Before", 1966
Leonard Nimoy first worked with Roddenberry on The Lieutenant.
1962 cast. Top: John McIntire, Terry Wilson. Bottom: Scott Miller, Frank McGrath.
Star Trek creator, producer and writer Gene Roddenberry
Title used for the first season
Roddenberry appearing in an advertisement for MONY in 1961
Back row: Robert Fuller, John McIntire, Terry Wilson. Front row: Michael Burns, Frank McGrath.
Commander Spock and Captain James T. Kirk, played by Leonard Nimoy and William Shatner, pictured here in the original series
Spock, Kirk and the Enterprise, 1968.
William Shatner and Sally Kellerman, from "Where No Man Has Gone Before", the second pilot of Star Trek
The actors who played the Captains on the first five Star Trek series, together in London at Destination Star Trek
"Spock's Brain" was the first episode of the third season.
Some of the main cast of Star Trek during the third season
The Animated Series logo
Promotional photo of the cast of Star Trek during the third season (1968–1969). From left to right: James Doohan, Walter Koenig, DeForest Kelley, Majel Barrett, William Shatner, Nichelle Nichols, Leonard Nimoy, and George Takei.
Roddenberry at a Star Trek convention in 1976
The Next Generation logo
Shatner and Julie Newmar (1967)
Roddenberry (third from the right) in 1976 with most of the cast of Star Trek at the rollout of the Space Shuttle Enterprise at the Rockwell International plant at Palmdale, California
Deep Space Nine logo
The Captains, together in London at Destination Star Trek
Majel Barrett at a Star Trek convention in 2007
Voyager logo
James T. Kirk
Majel Barrett-Roddenberry and Rod Roddenberry in 2008
Enterprise logo
Spock
Roddenberry's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
Discovery logo
Leonard McCoy
Picard logo
Montgomery Scott
Lower Decks logo
Nyota Uhura
Prodigy logo
Hikaru Sulu
Strange New Worlds logo
Pavel Chekov
Reboot(Kelvin Timeline) film series logo
Christine Chapel
A pinball machine themed for Star Trek: The Next Generation
Janice Rand
Testbed Space Shuttle Enterprise, named after the fictional starship with Star Trek television cast members and creator Gene Roddenberry in 1976.
ISS-42 astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti pays tribute to actor Leonard Nimoy, with a Vulcan salute in 2015 from space
An occupied Borg "alcove" prop on display at the Hollywood Entertainment Museum
Jeri Ryan, appearing at the Creation Star Trek convention in 2010; she was nominated for three Saturn awards and won for Best Supporting Actress in 2001

Star Trek is an American science-fiction television series created by Gene Roddenberry that follows the adventures of the starship USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) and its crew.

- Star Trek: The Original Series

Eugene Wesley Roddenberry Sr. (August 19, 1921 – October 24, 1991) was an American television screenwriter, producer, and creator of Star Trek: The Original Series, its sequel spin-off series Star Trek: The Animated Series, and Star Trek: The Next Generation.

- Gene Roddenberry

Star Trek is an American science fiction media franchise created by Gene Roddenberry, which began with the eponymous 1960s television series and quickly became a worldwide pop-culture phenomenon.

- Star Trek

The series influenced the development of Star Trek, pitched as "Wagon Train to the stars" and launched in 1966.

- Wagon Train
Romford Market
Maxim performing at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia, PA, USA with Liam Howlett in back and Keith Flint out of the shot.
Romford in 1851
The new (March 2007) market building
The band was named after the Moog Prodigy synthesiser
Romford Urban District (1) absorbed Havering-atte-Bower (2) and Noak Hill (3) in 1934
Welcome sign on the edge of Romford
The band's website after Thornhill left in 2000.
Romford constituency in Greater London
Liam Howlett live in August 2005.
The River Rom emerges from underground channels at Roneo Corner.
Maxim performing at the 2006 Sziget Festival
Map of Romford and its environs
The Prodigy frontman Keith Flint and live member Rob Holliday
15 mile radius map for Romford
Maxim performing in 2009.
The market place
The Prodigy at Festival Internacional de Benicàssim 2015
The market place
Romford railway station
Welcome sign at Roneo Corner with the coat of arms and motto of Havering London Borough Council
Brookside Theatre entrance
Romford Cemetery

Romford Market is a large open market with 270 stalls, located in Romford in the London Borough of Havering, England.

- Romford Market

The Fat of the Land is the third studio album by English electronic music group the Prodigy, released on 1 July 1997 through XL Recordings.

- The Fat of the Land

The Prodigy emerged in the underground rave scene in the early 1990s and achieved popularity and worldwide recognition with UK number one singles such as "Firestarter" and "Breathe", both singles coming from their UK and US chart-topping album The Fat of the Land (1997).

- The Prodigy

The town developed in the Middle Ages on the main road to London and the regionally significant Romford Market was established in 1247.

- Romford
Romford Market
Hall at the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival
Reilly at the 2012 Comic-Con International in San Diego
Theatrical release poster
Theatrical release poster
Reilly in February 2007
Reilly at the 2009 Los Angeles Film Festival premiere of Ponyo
Reilly at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival

Hard Eight (originally titled Sydney ) is a 1996 American crime film written and directed by Paul Thomas Anderson in his feature directorial debut, and starring Philip Baker Hall, John C. Reilly, Gwyneth Paltrow and Samuel L. Jackson.

- Hard Eight (film)

He is known for his collaborations with Paul Thomas Anderson including Hard Eight (1996), Boogie Nights (1997) and Magnolia (1999).

- Philip Baker Hall

He also starred in Paul Thomas Anderson's films Hard Eight (1996), Boogie Nights (1997) and Magnolia (1999), as well as Terrence Malick's The Thin Red Line (1998).

- John C. Reilly

Philip Baker Hall as Don Hewitt

- The Insider (film)
Hall at the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival
Jänschwalde Power Station in 2004. Note two 300 meter chimneys, which have since been demolished
The Lower Sorbian Gymnasium Cottbus
Map of Berlin in 1688
Vattenfall's old buildings in Råcksta were abandoned in autumn 2012. They are being converted into flats since.
The Brandenburg University of Technology Library
Berlin Cathedral (left) and Berlin Palace (right), 1900
Vattenfall's headquarters were moved to a new building in Solna, north of Stockholm, in autumn 2012
Carl Blechen - Self-Portrait
Berlin became the capital of the German Empire in 1871 and expanded rapidly in the following years.
Open pit coal mine Jänschwalde and the Jänschwalde power plant, Brandenburg, Germany (April 2010)
Berlin in ruins after World War II (Potsdamer Platz, 1945)
Vattenfall used to own assets in Poland until their divestment in 2011. Here exemplarily a power station in Pruszków, near Warsaw.
The Berlin Wall (painted on the western side) was a barrier that divided the city from 1961 to 1989.
3,500–4,000 environmental activists blocking a coal mine and the Schwarze Pumpe power station to limit climate change (Ende Gelände 2016)
The fall of the Berlin Wall on 9 November 1989. On 3 October 1990, the German reunification process was formally finished.
The coat of arms proposed in the state contract
Satellite image of Berlin
The outskirts of Berlin are covered with woodlands and numerous lakes.
Aerial photo over central Berlin showing City West, Potsdamer Platz, Alexanderplatz and the Tiergarten
Panorama of the Gendarmenmarkt, showing the Konzerthaus Berlin, flanked by the German Church (left) and French Church (right)
The Berlin Cathedral at Museum Island
Charlottenburg Palace
Hackesche Höfe
Breitscheidplatz with Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church is the center of City West.
Berlin's population, 1880–2012
Rotes Rathaus (Red City Hall), seat of the Senate and Mayor of Berlin
Berlin's 12 boroughs and their 96 neighborhoods
Berlin is a UNESCO "City of Design" and recognized for its creative industries and startup ecosystem.
Deutsche Bahn, the world's second-largest transport company, is headquartered in Berlin.
The European Film Academy (logo pictured) was founded in Berlin.
The new building of Axel Springer SE which is heardquarted in Berlin
Berlin Hauptbahnhof is the largest grade-separated railway station in Europe.
The Berlin U-Bahn (Metro) at Heidelberger Platz station
Berlin Brandenburg Airport
Flights departing from Berlin serve 163 destinations around the globe.
Airports in Berlin, including those that are no longer used (as of November 2020)
Typical cycle street in Prenzlauer Berg
Heizkraftwerk Mitte power plant
The Charité university hospital
Café customers in Berlin Mitte using Wi-Fi devices
The Humboldt University of Berlin is affiliated with 57 Nobel Prize winners.
The Free University is one of Germany's eleven "Universities of Excellence".
The WISTA Science and Technology Park in Adlershof is home to several innovative businesses and research institutes.
The Alte Nationalgalerie is part of the Museum Island, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The alternative Holzmarkt, Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg
The Jewish Museum presents two millennia of German–Jewish history.
The reconstructed Ishtar Gate of Babylon at the Pergamon Museum
The Berlinale is the largest international spectator film festival.
The French Cathedral during the annual Festival of Lights
Hanukkah festival at the Brandenburg Gate
Sir Simon Rattle conducting the renowned Berlin Philharmonic
The Elephant Gate at the Berlin Zoo
The Victory Column in Tiergarten
The Olympiastadion hosted the 1936 Summer Olympics and the 2006 FIFA World Cup Final.
The Berlin Marathon is the world record course.
The Federal Chancellery building, seat of the Chancellor of Germany
The Reichstag, seat of the Bundestag
Schloss Bellevue, seat of the President of Germany
Prussian House of Lords, the seat of the Bundesrat of Germany
Headquarters of the Federal Intelligence Service

It is the third-largest brown coal power plant in operation in Germany and is currently owned by EPH, who took over its ownership from Vattenfall in 2016.

- Jänschwalde Power Station

In Berlin, the spelling "Kottbus" was preferred, and it is still used for the capital's Kottbusser Tor ("Cottbus Gate"), but locally the traditional spelling "Cottbus" (which defies standard German-language rules) was preferred, and it is now used in most circumstances.

- Cottbus

In Germany, Vattenfall is the electric utility for the states of Hamburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Brandenburg, Berlin, Saxony-Anhalt, Thuringia, and Saxony.

- Vattenfall

Berlin's two largest energy provider for private households are the Swedish firm Vattenfall and the Berlin-based company GASAG.

- Berlin
Maxim performing at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia, PA, USA with Liam Howlett in back and Keith Flint out of the shot.
MF Doom, one of the pioneering artists of the underground hip hop scene, whose success created a market for independent labels
Romford Market
The band was named after the Moog Prodigy synthesiser
The new (March 2007) market building
The band's website after Thornhill left in 2000.
Welcome sign on the edge of Romford
Liam Howlett live in August 2005.
Maxim performing at the 2006 Sziget Festival
The Prodigy frontman Keith Flint and live member Rob Holliday
Maxim performing in 2009.
The Prodigy at Festival Internacional de Benicàssim 2015

The Fat of the Land is the third studio album by English electronic music group the Prodigy, released on 1 July 1997 through XL Recordings.

- The Fat of the Land

Although only releasing an average of six albums a year, XL has worked with Adele, Arca, Azealia Banks, Basement Jaxx, Beck, Dizzee Rascal, Electric Six, FKA Twigs, Giggs, Gil Scott-Heron, Gotan Project, The Horrors, Yaeji, Jai Paul, Jungle, King Krule, Lemon Jelly, M.I.A., Nines, Peaches, The Prodigy, Radiohead, Sampha, SBTRKT, Sigur Rós, Tyler, the Creator, Vampire Weekend, The White Stripes, and The xx.

- XL Recordings

The Prodigy emerged in the underground rave scene in the early 1990s and achieved popularity and worldwide recognition with UK number one singles such as "Firestarter" and "Breathe", both singles coming from their UK and US chart-topping album The Fat of the Land (1997).

- The Prodigy

The market was also used to film parts of The Prodigy's music video for the track "Voodoo People" remixed by Pendulum, and also a film starring Chris Kamara.

- Romford Market
Maxim performing at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia, PA, USA with Liam Howlett in back and Keith Flint out of the shot.
Antoine Bournonville by Per Krafft the Elder
The Royal Swedish Opera
Pierina Legnani (left) and Olga Preobrajenskaya (right) costumed as Medora and Gulnare, respectively, for the scene "Le jardin animé" from Marius Petipa's final revival of Le Corsaire for the Imperial Ballet. St Petersburg, 1899. Legnani was the first ballerina ever to be officially titled as Prima ballerina assoluta, the highest rank for women.
Antoine Bournonville
Nadja Sellrup as Esmeralda in "Ringaren i Notre-Dame" ("The Hunchback of Notre-Dame"), a 2009 ballet at the Royal Swedish Opera.

Antoine Bournonville (19 May 1760 – 11 January 1843) was a French ballet dancer a choreographer, active in the Royal Swedish Ballet and the Royal Danish Ballet and eventually ballet master in the latter.

- Antoine Bournonville

She played an important part in the development of the Royal Swedish Ballet.

- Julie Alix de la Fay

She was one of the first native members of the Royal Swedish Ballet.

- Charlotte Slottsberg

Dancers from France, Italy and Belgium, such as Antoine Bournonville, Louis Gallodier, Giovanna Bassi and Julie Alix de la Fay were hired to perform and to educate Swedish students.

- Royal Swedish Ballet
Antoine Bournonville by Per Krafft the Elder
Engineer 
with audio console, at a recording session at the Danish Broadcasting Corporation
Larson in 1985
The Doobie Brothers in 1974 (L–R): Knudsen, Porter, Simmons, Johnston (front), Hartman
Doobie Bros in the Dutch TV show TopPop (January 1974). L-R: Simmons, Porter, Knudsen, Johnston
The Doobie Brothers in 1976: Back row L-R: Baxter, Hartman, Johnston, Knudsen, Simmons. Front row L-R: Porter, McDonald
Backstage at the Greek Theater in Berkeley, California in 1982. This would be the farewell concert for the band's original run, and featured a one-off return of founding vocalist Tom Johnston (far right).
The Doobie Brothers in concert at the Chumash Casino Resort in Santa Ynez, California, on August 31, 2006

One Step Closer is the ninth studio album by American rock band The Doobie Brothers.

- One Step Closer (The Doobie Brothers album)

Among the acts he has a long relationship with are the bands Van Halen and the Doobie Brothers and the singer Van Morrison; he produced multiple critically acclaimed and commercially successful albums by each of them.

- Ted Templeman

She also contributed vocals to the Doobie Brothers' Minute by Minute.

- Nicolette Larson

A set of demos, which showcased fuzz-toned dual lead electric guitars, three-part harmonies and Hartman's drumming, caught the ear of Warner Brothers' staff A & R representative Ted Templeman, and eventually earned the group a contract at Warner Bros. Records before the year was out.

- The Doobie Brothers
Engineer 
with audio console, at a recording session at the Danish Broadcasting Corporation