Many photographs were destroyed during or soon after the war but the large cache surviving in the archives of the Australian War Memorial in Canberra and those in the Bayerisches Kriegsarchiv in Munich attest to the quality and type of everyday reconnaissance photography
Some Dry Space: Michael Light" (Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, NV) Light's survey of the West, predominantly shot from a self-piloted airplane using techniques descended from early military reconnaissance photography
, delivered a bird's-eye view of the persistent "frontier.
When World War II broke out in 1939, she joined the air force in the reconnaissance photography
Automatic optical inspection originated during World War II, when the interpretation of aerial reconnaissance photography
meant hours of painstaking inspection of freshly developed film in darkrooms in the Mediterranean and Pacific.
Last year's first- place team developed the "TacShot," a rocket-launched aerial reconnaissance photography
Canberras were first used as bombers in the 1950s but have since been adapted for reconnaissance photography
to create a unique application of reconnaissance photography.
Inside Building E-1, USGS civilian personnel had access to U-2 and SR-71 aerial reconnaissance photography as well as Corona film from space.
Products created on the NRO's Joint Targeting Workstation--which merges more accurate national imagery with up-to-the-minute theater-revel reconnaissance photography
to derive precise geographic coordinates of potential targets--have proven invaluable to mission planners during the conflicts in Bosnia and Kosovo.
It also disperses mobile launchers armed with long-range cruise and ballistic missiles and gathers intelligence provided by satellite reconnaissance photography
, commercial communication services, and precise positioning systems.