Ranger Class 10 on April 16, 1964. I am in third row from front, seventh from left. Also in this class is Ranger Hugh Shelton (later Chairman of the Joint Chiefs), Ranger Ron Ray (MOH) and Assit Sec of Veterans Affairs.. also Ranger Ernie Medina, Lt. Calley's Company Commander. — with Ranger Ernie Medina, Ranger Tony Ling, Ranger Ron Ray, Ranger Sherm Williford and Ranger Hugh Shelton. Photo by Milt Brown
Images of students participating in a physical fitness class at the Lifetime Activities Center on Redwood Campus. This class is called Boot Camp, and it is described in the SLCC course catalog as a "high-intensity interval class that uses cardio-respiratory, speed, and endurance drills combined with muscular strength and endurance exercises for a fun and challenging workout to increase fitness."
Faculty learning a new tool, the laptop, in August of 2001 at South City Campus. Digitization completed with funds from a 2017 USHRAB (Utah State Historical Records Advisory Board) Grant that was awarded to Salt Lake Community College, Library Services.
Mad Minute Shooting Drill on LZ Ike, Narcisco Reyes in the Center With M-16
Mad minute on LZ Ike- Narcisco Reyes in the center with M-16, 1968. In the Vietnam War, the "mad minute" was used to describe a drill involving intense automatic weapons fire, intended to flush out infiltrators or ambushes. The area targeted would be something which provided potential concealment for an enemy but not very good protection from projectiles, such as the vegetation line at the edge of a field, or at the edge of a cleared free fire zone around a fire base. All soldiers involved would direct the heaviest rate of continuous fire they could into that area for one minute. Photo by James Tree Machin
Richard Phelps completed basic training at Lackland Air Force Base in Texas. Graduated from Abington High School in 1964 and assigned to Air Training Command (ATC) school at Lowry Air Force Base in Colorado where he participated in technical training as a munitions specialist. in 1964. It is unknown if he was drafted or enlisted. Photo repaired by Dan Fox
Developmental Studies and a friendly smile from Diane Jenkins. Digitization completed with funds from a 2017 USHRAB (Utah State Historical Records Advisory Board) Grant that was awarded to Salt Lake Community College, Library Services.
Hands on vocational training focused on appliance repair. This shows what appears to be a water heater and two students reading instructions. Digitization completed with funds from a 2017 USHRAB (Utah State Historical Records Advisory Board) Grant that was awarded to Salt Lake Community College, Library Services.
New Employee and Teacher Information: Faculty and Staff Info
This faculty and staff informational video is an analog video resource from the Salt Lake Community College (SLCC) Physical Archives digitized in Fall 2013 with funds provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through the Library Services and Technology Act administered by the Utah State Library. This video, was shown to new employees of the college to provide information about payroll and benefits. http://vimeo.com/81649851
Advocating for the Value of Vocational Education - Posterboards
This is a posterboard presentation about the effectiveness of Vocational Education. It starts by comparing "green hands" (unskilled labor) with "gold hands" (those with higher education). Included are images of different trades including agriculture, homemaking, stock taking, merchandising, as well as counseling services to aid those interested in vocational education.