A few nice chain saw images I found:
Homelite 14 Inch Chain Saw
Image by Leland1871
This is the best chain saw that I have ever had. It has a 14 inch bar. This saw is metal casing, not PLASTIC. It runs great and starts easy. I would like to see this saw go to a good home. Who ever buys it will not regret this purchase. It does, however need a new gas tank. The one that is in it now is split. This saw is about 30 years old but it can still out do any saw this size that is on the market today.
Virginia Guard Soldiers review chain saw operation and maintenance for possible Hurricane Irene recovery duty
Image by Virginia Guard Public Affairs
Virginia National Guard Soldiers conduct chain saw review classes August 27 in Bowling Green. Approximately 50 Soldiers from the Bowling Green-based 189th Engineer Company and the Powhatan-based 180th Engineer Company are staged in Bowling Green and preparing for possible duty in the wake of Hurricane Irene. The Virginia National Guard successfully and safely moved approximately 325 Soldiers, Airmen and members of the Virginia Defense Force to staging areas across the commonwealth on Friday, and personnel are currently staged in Virginia Guard facilities in Bowling Green, Emporia and Sandston as well as being co-located with Virginia State Police personnel in the Eastern Shore Region of Virginia near Onancock. Personnel are also on duty at the Virginia Guard Joint Operations Center in Sandston and at the Virginia Emergency Operations Center in Midlothian providing command and control and logistical support. Anticipated missions for the Virginia National Guard include high water transport and recovery, light debris removal and route clearance. Members of the Virginia Defense Force are providing digital communications capability for National Guard units. The Virginia Guard has been authorized to bring as many as 500 personnel on state active duty to support Hurricane Irene operations. Additional forces have been alerted for possible duty after the storm has passed through Virginia but have not actually begun staging and are on standby. (Photo by Master Sgt. Carlos J. Claudio, Virginia Guard Public Affairs)