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Military Archives Photo'sMilitary Archives hold approximately 40,000 digital image's. This photograph gallery is designed to exhibit these images while also allowing the viewer to create an online user account to submit his/her electronic images to Military Archives for hosting in this gallery.
Air Corps Museum Glass Plate Negative PhotographsThe Aer Corps Photographic Section digitised, catalogued and transferred 616 Glass Plate Negative Photographs dating in the 1920's to the 1950's to the Military Archives.
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Defence Forces Cadet Classes (including Air Corps) 1928-2013Official photographs taken of all Cadet Classes from the 1st Cadet Class 1928 to the 88th Cadet Class 2013. Located within the Military College, the Cadet School is the training institution with responsibility for the training and education of officer cadets for the Defence Forces. The Cadet School has a long and proud tradition having been founded in 1928 and since that date has seen over 2,700 graduates gain commissioned rank in the Permanent Defence Forces. This album also contains 44 photographs of Air Corp Cadets who trained in Baldonnell aerodrome after their initial Cadet training.
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Glass Plate Negatives(1922-1968)Contains digital samples of our glass plate negative collection which were used for various Defence Forces manuals, publications and pamphlets including the An t-Óglách magazine. The glass plate negatives collection covers various topics including Gaelic games, ceremonial parades, weapons, training and tactics between the periods 1922-1968.
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Non Commisioned Officers Training Wing
President John F Kennedy's Visit 1963The election of John Fitzgerald Kennedy to the office of the President of the United States in 1960 was celebrated as a momentous occasion in Ireland. The great-grandson of Irish immigrants, he regularly acknowledged his Irish roots and in June 1963 he became the first serving American President to pay a visit to Ireland.
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Private Collection of Richard Hanley - 25 Infantry Battalion433186 Private Richard Hanley served from 21 August 1940 to 24 January 1946 as a company clerk with the 25 Infantry Battalion. During his service in the National Emergency Richard recorded numerous events with his personnel camera. These images form part of Richard's private collection deposited with Military Archives and where also used in "The Nation's Profoundly Grateful" published by Military Archives in 1996
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William Butler Yeats and the Irish Naval Service
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