- The Baldwin Airship
- 1908 (Date attributed to balloon flight)
- 1909 (Date attributed to postcard)
Postcard featuring a hand-drawn illustrated depiction of the Signal Corps Dirigible No. 1 designed by pioneer balloonist and U.S. Army major Thomas Scott Baldwin (1854-1923) for the United States Army. First flown on…
- Circa 1976
Under contract to the U.S. Army Mobility Equipment Research and Development Center, Beckman's Microbics and Advanced Technology Operations worked to develop an enzymatic vapor detector.
Notebook consists of handwritten notes taken by Francis E. Scott at the U.S. Army Gas School at Camp Kendrick, New Jersey, on the use of gas in warfare. The notes include teaching aids and a circular letter from…
- Author Scott, Francis E.
- Subject Science--Study and teaching, World War (1914-1918), Chemical warfare--Safety measures, Military education, Intrenchments, Fries, Amos A. (Amos Alfred), 1873-1963, Gas masks--Maintenance and repair, United States. Army. Chemical Warfare Service, Scott, Francis E., Chemical agents (Munitions), Chemical warfare--Equipment and supplies, Great Britain. Army. Royal Engineers, Chemical warfare--Safety measures--Equipment and supplies, Phosgene, Gases, Asphyxiating and poisonous--War use--Safety measures, United States. Army, Chlorine, Gases, Asphyxiating and poisonous--War use, Mustard gas, Trenches, Chemical warfare, Artillery, Chemical weapons, Chloropicrin
- Circa 1967
The Beckman CPE was developed in 1967 by the Advanced Technology Operations (ATO) division for use by the United States Army in detecting particles found in bacteriologic warfare applications. In producing this system…