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Laying Keel of U.S.S. Battleship Number 39, Arrival of Assistant Secretary of the Navy Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and Others

Colleges and Universities - Harvard University - Harvard R.O.T.C., passing in review for Assistant Secretary of the Navy and Major General Wood

Colleges and Universities - West Point - Ceremonies - From left to right: Secretary of War Baker, Col1l T.H. Tillman, Mr. Keppel, Assistant Secretary of War, and General March, at West Point graduation exercises, 1918

Colleges and Universities - Princeton - Assistant Secretary of War Ryan reviewing the cadets of the U.S.S. Military Aeronautics. Princeton University, New Jersey

Colleges and Universities - Harvard University - Students passing in review before Assistant Secretary of the Navy and Major General Wood

Balloons - In the Theatre of Operations - Naval Dirigible in France. Taking out the dirigible at Paimboeuf, France, to give Assistant Secretary of the Navy, Franklin D. Roosevelt, a ride

J. Robert Loftis, director, Administrative Services, Office of the Secretary of Defense, left, administers the oath of office to John T. McNaughton, as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, International Security Affairs (ISA). Hosting the Pentagon ceremony is Paul H. Nitze, center, Assistant Secretary of Defense

Former Assistant Secretary Harold Finger, Official Portrait - Official portrait of former Assistant Secretary for Policy Development and Research (1969-1972), Harold Finger, used for 2006 Office of Policy Development and Research historical compilation

Former Assistant Secretary Harold Finger, Official Portrait - Official portrait of former Assistant Secretary for Policy Development and Research (1969-1972), Harold Finger, used for 2006 Office of Policy Development and Research historical compilation

Former Assistant Secretary Harold Finger, Official Portrait - Official portrait of former Assistant Secretary for Policy Development and Research (1969-1972), Harold Finger, used for 2006 Office of Policy Development and Research historical compilation

Former Assistant Secretary Harold Finger, Official Portrait - Official portrait of former Assistant Secretary for Policy Development and Research (1969-1972), Harold Finger, used for 2006 Office of Policy Development and Research historical compilation

Secretary of Defense Melvin R. Laird, left, congratulates Robert C. Moot, assistant secretary of defense (comptroller), after presenting him with the Department of Defense Distinguished Public Service Medal during a ceremony at the Pentagon. Moot has served in his position since August 1, 1968. Standing on the right is his wife

Secretary of Defense Melvin R. Laird, left, Barry J. Shillito, assistant secretary of defense for installations and logistics, after presenting him with the Department of Defense Distinguished Public Service Medal at a Pentagon ceremony. Shillito has served in his position since February 1, 1969

Secretary of Defense Melvin R. Laird, left, congratulates G. Warren Nutter, assistant secretary of defense for international security affairs, after presenting him with the Department of Defense Distinguished Public Service Medal during a ceremony at the Pentagon. Nutter has served in his position since March 4, 1969. Standing on the right is his wife

Secretary of Defense Melvin R. Laird, left, congratulates Dr. Albert C. Hall, assistant secretary of defense and director of defense intelligence, after presenting him with the Department of Defense Distinguished Public Service Medal during a ceremony at the Pentagon. Dr. Hall has served in his position since November 9, 1971. Standing on the right is his wife

Secretary of Defense Melvin R. Laird, left, congratulates Paul H. Nitze, a member of the U.S. delegation to Strategic Arms Limitations Talks (SALT), after presenting him with the Department of Defense Distinguished Public Service Medal. Tucker has served in his position since 1969. His wife and other members of his family are attending the Pentagon ceremony. Nitze also served as assistant secretary of defense for international security affairs, secretary of the Navy, and deputy secretary of defense

Secretary of Defense Melvin R. Laird, left, congratulates Secretary of the Army Robert F. Froehlke after presenting him with the Department of Defense Distinguished Public Service Medal during a Pentagon ceremony. Froehlke served as assistant secretary of defense for administration from January 30, 1969, until July 1, 1971, when he was appointed to his present position

Former Assistant Secretary Michael Moskow, Official Portrait - Official portrait of former Assistant Secretary for Policy Development and Research (1973-1975), Michael Moskow, used for 2006 Office of Policy Development and Research historical compilation

Former Assistant Secretary Charles Orlebeke, Official Portrait - Official portrait of former Assistant Secretary for Policy Development and Research (1975-1976), Charles Orlebeke, used for 2006 Office of Policy Development and Research historical compilation

Former Assistant Secretary Charles Orlebeke, Official Portrait - Official portrait of former Assistant Secretary for Policy Development and Research (1975-1976), Charles Orlebeke, used for 2006 Office of Policy Development and Research historical compilation

COL T.M. D'Andrea, left, explains an aircraft to Assistant Secretary of the Navy G.D. Penisten and his son, Noel, during their visit to the Marine Corps Air Museum at the Marine Corps Development and Education Command

Assistant Secretary of the Navy G.D. Penisten speaks to Navy midshipmen at Murphy's Demo Range during a visit to the Marine Corps Development and Education Command

COL D.D. Dean, right, accompanies Assistant Secretary of the Navy G.D. Penisten on a tour of the obstacle course at the Marine Corps Development and Education Command. Walking with them is 2LT G. Wells, left, student company commander, Company C, and CPT J. M. Strickland, second from left

Assistant Secretary of the Navy G.D. Penisten and his son sit in on a class on explosive devices given by MAJ J. Fasulo for the Navy midshipmen at Murphy's Demo Range, Marine Corps Development and Education Command

Ambassador Frank Carlucci and Assistant Secretary of State Arthur Hartman. (Dr. Zbigniew Brzezinski). The Oval Office.

Ambassador Frank Carlucci and Assistant Secretary of State Arthur Hartman. (Dr. Zbigniew Brzezinski). The Oval Office.

Former Assistant Secretary Donna Shalala, Official Portrait - Official portrait of former Assistant Secretary for Policy Development and Research (1977-1980), Donna Shalala, used for 2006 Office of Policy Development and Research historical compilation

Former Assistant Secretary Donna Shalala, Official Portrait - Official portrait of former Assistant Secretary for Policy Development and Research (1977-1980), Donna Shalala, used for 2006 Office of Policy Development and Research historical compilation

Former Assistant Secretary Donna Shalala, Official Portrait - Official portrait of former Assistant Secretary for Policy Development and Research (1977-1980), Donna Shalala, used for 2006 Office of Policy Development and Research historical compilation

Former Assistant Secretary Donna Shalala, Official Portrait - Official portrait of former Assistant Secretary for Policy Development and Research (1977-1980), Donna Shalala, used for 2006 Office of Policy Development and Research historical compilation

Assistant Secretary of the Navy Doyle, center, talks to MAJ W. J. McAtwie after a test flight in an AV-8 Harrier aircraft at the Marine Corps Development and Education Command

Assistant Secretary of Defense Jack R. Borsting participates in a media training seminar at the Pentagon

Assistant Secretary of the Air Force Joseph C. Zengerle, right, participates in a media training seminar at the Pentagon

Assistant Secretary of the Air Force Charles W. Snodgrass participates in a Media Training Seminar conducted by Air Force public affairs personnel at the Pentagon to prepare him for actual media interviews

Former Assistant Secretary E.S. Savas, Official Portrait - Official portrait of former Assistant Secretary for Policy Development and Research (1981-1983), E.S. Savas, used for 2006 Office of Policy Development and Research historical compilation

Portrait: Joseph H. Sherick, Assistant Secretary of Defense, Review and Oversight

Members of the public affairs office participate in a media training seminar at the Pentagon with high ranking members of the Air Force. Assistant Secretary of the Air Force Tidal McCoy is in the dark suit

Members of the public affairs office participate in a media training seminar at the Pentagon with high-ranking members of the Air Force at the Pentagon. Assistant Secretary of the Air Force Tidal McCoy is in the dark suit

Tidal McCoy is sworn in as an assistant secretary of the Air Force

David Place is sworn in as an Assistant Secretary of the Air Force

Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Comptroller) D. J. Conn is escorted tto the Basilone Observation Post by MGEN James L. Day, commanding general, 1ST Marine Division, Fleet Marine Force (FMF), during his visit to Co. A, Recon. Bn., 1ST Mar. Div

Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Comptroller) D. J. Conn talks with members of Co. A, 1ST Recon. Bn., 1ST Mar. Div., Fleet Marine Force (FMF), while at Basilone Observation Post

Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Comptroller) D. J. Conn visits Co. A, 1ST Recon Bn., 1ST Mar. Div., Fleet Marine Force (FMF). Conn shakes hands with and talks to one of the platoon leaders while at the Basilone Observation Post

Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Comptroller) D. J. Conn is briefed on a Company A field exercise by the commander, Co. A, 1ST Recon. Bn., 1ST Mar. Div., Fleet Marine Force (FMF), while at Basilone Observation Post

Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Comptroller) D. J. Conn talks with officers and enlisted men of Co. A, 1ST Recon. Bn., 1ST Mar. Div., Fleet Marine Force (FMF), while at Basilone Observation Post

Russell D. Hale, assistant secretary of the Air Force, Financial Management, is being interviewed during media seminar training at the Pentagon

John S. Herrington, Assistant Secretary of the Navy Manpower and Reserve Affairs

John S. Herrington, Assistant Secretary of the Navy Manpower and Reserve Affairs

Mr. Walter, assistant secretary of the Army and MGEN Haebel observe morning colors during their tour of the Marine Corps Recruit Depot

Mr. Walter, assistant secretary of the Army and MGEN Haebel are shown the art of using the pugil stick, during their tour of the Marine Corps Recruit Depot

John S. Herrington, Assistant Secretary of the Navy, Manpower and Reserve Affairs, sits in the cockpit of an AH-1 Cobra helicopter during a visit to Okinawa

John S. Herrington, Assistant Secretary of the Navy, Manpower and Reserve Affairs, speaks with a group of Marines while on a visit to Okinawa

A U.S. Marine Corps color guard awaits inspection by Assistant Secretary of the Navy John S. Herrington

A US Marine Corps honor guard, armed with M16A1 rifles, stands at parade rest awaiting inspection by Assistant Secretary of the Navy John S. Herrington

Assistant Secretary of the Navy John S. Herrington talks with Navy officers during an inspection tour

Assistant Secretary of the Navy John S. Herrington speaks to a sailor during a ship's tour

Assistant Secretary of the Navy John S. Herrington talks with the Lieutenant Karen Nichols, operations division department head, during a tour aboard the repair ship USS HECTOR (AR 7)

Assistant Secretary of the Navy John S. Herrington departs after a tour of the destroyer USS FIFE (DD 991)

Assistant Secretary of the Navy John S. Herrington (center) on a ship's tour with Commander William R. Wheeler (right)

Assistant Secretary of the Navy John S. Herrington tours a ship during his visit to the naval air station

Assistant Secretary of the Navy John S. Herrington (left) tours a ship during his visit to the naval air station

Assistant Secretary of the Navy John S. Herrington (right) is greeted by Commander William R. Wheeler, repair department head, (center) during a ship's tour aboard the repair ship USS HECTOR (AR 7)

Assistant Secretary of the Navy John S. Herrington (right) tours a ship during his visit to the naval air station

Assistant Secretary of the Navy John S. Herrington aboard the guided missile frigate USS WADSWORTH (FFG 9) with Commander John Ruff, ship's commanding officer

Assistant Secretary of the Navy John S. Herrington (center) on a ship's tour with CMDR. William R. Wheeler (right)

Assistant Secretary of the Navy John S. Herrington (right) talks with Navy officers during a tour of the repair ship USS HECTOR (AR 7)

Assistant Secretary of the Navy John S. Herrington (left, dark suit) boards the destroyer USS FIFE (DD 991) for a tour

Assistant Secretary of the Navy John S. Herrington (center) on a ship's tour with Commander William R. Wheeler (right)

Assistant Secretary of the Navy John S. Herrington is greeted upon his arrival. A T-39 Sabreliner aircraft is in the background

Assistant Secretary of the Navy John S. Herrington reviews a US Marine Corps honor guard, armed with M16A1 rifles, during an inspection tour

Assistant Secretary of the Navy John S. Herrington is greeted by Captain Howard Venezia, commanding officer of the repair ship USS HECTOR (AR 7)

Assistant Secretary of the Navy John S. Herrington listens during a meeting aboard the repair ship USS HECTOR (AR 7)

Assistant Secretary of the Navy John S. Herrington (right) greets Lieutenant Karen Nichols, operations divisions department head, during a tour of the repair ship USS HECTOR (AR 7)

Assistant Secretary of the Navy John S. Herrington walks down a gangplank of the ammunition ship USS FLINT (AE 32) after a tour

Assistant Secretary of the Navy John S. Herrington is saluted during his tour of the repair ship USS HECTOR (AR 7)

A US Marine Corps honor guard, armed with M16A1 rifles, stands at parade rest awaiting inspection by Assistant Secretary of the Navy John S. Herrington

Assistant Secretary of the Navy John S. Herrington (right) speaks to Navy officers during a tour of the repair ship USS HECTOR (AR 7)

Assistant Secretary of the Navy John S. Herrington (right) tours a ship during his visit to the naval air station

Assistant Secretary of the Navy John S. Herrington talks with the Lieutenant Karen Nichols, operations division department head, during a tour aboard the repair ship USS HECTOR (AR 7)

Assistant Secretary of the Navy John S. Herrington ascends the gangplank of a ship

Assistant Secretary of the Navy John S. Herrington (right) talks to Commander John R. Ruff, commanding officer, during a tour of the guided missile frigate USS WADSWORTH (FFG 9)

Assistant Secretary of the Navy John S. Herrington passes between sideboys upon his arrival at the naval air station. A T-39 Sabreliner aircraft is in the background

Assistant Secretary of the Navy John S. Herrington with a US Navy officer during a ship's tour

Assistant Secretary of the Navy John S. Herrington (right) and Commander William R. Wheeler, repair department head, tour the repair ship USS HECTOR (AR 7)

A US Marine Corps honor guard, armed with M16A1 rifles, prepare for an inspection by Assistant Secretary of the Navy John S. Herrington

Sen. Harrison Schmitt, D-N.M., and Sen. Jennings Randolph, R-W.Va., are presented the 1981 Civil Air Patrol yearbook by Assistant Secretary of the Air Force George P.A. Forschler

Assistant Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) Jack Borsting displays FY 83 DoD Budget paperwork prepared for Congress

Secretary of Defense Caspar W. Weinberger hosts the 27th Annual (for 1981) Presentation of the Department of Defense Distinguished Civilian Service Awards. Secretary Weinberger presents medals to recipients and each recipient is presented a plaque by their sponsor. Ms. Marie B. Acton and Dr. John D. Weisz, John O. Marsh Jr., Secretary of the Army, sponsor; Mr. John R. Kenny, Verne Orr, Secretary of the Air Force, Sponsor; Mr. Donald B. Shycoff, Jack Borsting, Assistant Secretary of Defense (Comptroller), sponsor; Mr. Charles P. Ducey, Rear Admiral Edward A. Burkhalter Jr., Deputy or Intelligence Agency, sponsor; and Mr. Joseph Amato, Lieutenant General Lincoln D. Faurer, USAF,...

Jeol E. Bonner Jr., assistant secretary of the Army for Installations, Logistics and Financial Management, presents the Legion of Merit to LCOL Daniel R. Voss, an occupational health consultant

Assistant Secretary of Defense Frank Carlucci, left, is greeted by American Ambassador to Lebanon, Robert Sherwood Dillon, and Colonel James M. Mead upon his arrival at Beirut International Airport. Marines from the 32nd MarIne Amphibious Unit have been deployed here to participate in a multinational peacekeeping operation

COL Jerry Miller, left, executive officer for MGEN Bill Thurman, and LCOL Leroy Schroeder, right, B-1 bomber chief test pilot; greet Tidal W. McCoy, assistant secretary of the Air Force, Manpower, Reserve Affairs and Installations. They are standing in front of a B-1 bomber on display in a hangar

G.A. Sawyer, assistant secretary of the Navy, speaks during the commissioning ceremony of the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS HOUSTON (SSN 713)

CAPT G.H. Mensch, commanding officer, nuclear-powered attack submarine USS HOUSTON (SSN-713), prepares to speak during the ship's commissioning ceremony. To his left are Sen. John G. Tower, R-Texas; G.A. Sawyer, assistant secretary of the Navy; and VADM Steven A. White, commander, Submarine Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet

G.A. Sayer, assistant secretary of the Navy, speaks to the audience during the commissioning ceremony for the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS HOUSTON (SSN-713)

Two Navy captains salute as they come aboard the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS HOUSTON (SSN-713) for the ship's commissioning ceremony. VADM Steven A. White, commander, Submarine Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet; G. A. Sawyer, assistant secretary of the Navy; and RADM Joseph F. Frick, commander, Naval Base Norfolk are following behind them

American Ambassador to Lebanon, Robert Sherwood Dillon, center, speaks to Colonel James M. Mead while awaiting the arrival of the Assistant Secretary of Defense at Beirut International Airport. Marines have been deployed here to participate in a multinational peacekeeping operation

Assistant Secretary of Defense Frank Carlucci, left, is greeted by American Ambassador to Lebanon, Robert Sherwood Dillon, and Colonel James M. Mead upon his arrival at Beirut International Airport. Marines from the 32nd MarIne Amphibious Unit have been deployed here to participate in a multinational peacekeeping operation

American Ambassador to Lebanon, Robert Sherwood Dillon, speaks with Colonel James M. Mead, 32nd Marine Amphibious Unit commander, while awaiting the arrival of the Assistant Secretary of Defense at Beirut International Airport

Assistant Secretary of Defense Frank Carlucci, center, is greeted by American Ambassador to Lebanon, Robert Sherwood Dillon, and other dignitaries upon his arrival at Beirut International Airport. Marines from the 32nd Marine Amphibious Unit have been deployed here to participate in a multinational peacekeeping operation

Assistant Secretary of Defense Frank Carlucci visits with Marines of the 32nd Marine Amphibious Unit at Beirut International Airport, during their participation in a multinational peacekeeping operation

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