President Dwight D. Eisenhower was the 34th president and a five star general during World War II. He won his first presidential election by a landslide, built the Interstate Highway System, and created NASA. Which is to say, he was pretty productive. Let's take a look at a few of his best tricks for getting all that done.
1962: Paul Vathis (AP): Serious Steps, John F. Kennedy és Dwight Eisenhower, Camp David
Lyuba was only about four months old when she died on a full stomach. Ten thousand odd years later she is set to become world famous. Scientists have hailed the discovery of the baby woolly mammoth, dubbed Lyuba, as one of the finest examples of preserved mammoths ever discovered after it emerged from the melting permafrost in western Siberia.
Possibly apocryphal, but still funny.
World War 2 - Tropical Combat Uniform - A two-piece herringbone twill work and tropical combat uniform similar to army designs. The jacket shows USN stamped over the left pocket, which was the practice of the time for Navy HBT uniforms. The Navy jacket had the large front pockets set noticeably lower so not to make the wearer top heavy in water. The trousers were identical to Army first pattern HBT trousers. Later, the Navy wore the Marine Corps style HBT design, but in a darker shade of…