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Brevet Brigadier General John E. Mulford, Colonel of 3rd New York Infantry, with His Wife and Mr. and Mrs. William Allen. This Picture was Taken on the Porch of Mr. Allen's House at Richmond, Virginia.

Country around Alexandria from sketch made by order of Brig. Gen. R. Arnold, Chf. of Cavalry, by Lieut. E. C. Miles, 5th Engrs., Co. A

Brevet Brigadier General John E. Mulford, Colonel of 3rd New York Infantry, with His Wife and Mr. and Mrs. William Allen. This Picture was Taken on the Porch of Mr. Allen's House at Richmond, Virginia.

Hon. George C. McKee, Miss. Also Brig. Gen.

Hon. George R. Latham, W.Va., Brig. Gen

Brig. Gen. John A. Rawlins

Plan [and cross sections] of Fort Fisher carried by assault by the U.S. Forces commanded by Maj. Gen. A. H. Terry, Jan. 15, 1865; surveyed under the Direction of Bvt. Brigadier General C. B. Comstock, Chief Engineer, by Otto Jul. Schultze, Private, 15th Rgt., N.Y.V. Engineers.

Map of the Rebel Lines at Raleigh, N.C., Evacuated April 13th, 1865, upon the approach of the Army commanded by Maj. Gen. W. T. Sherman, U.S.A. Reduced under the direction of Capt. O. M. Poe, Corps of Engineers, Bvt. Brig. Gen., U.S.A. & Chief Engineer, Mil. Div. Miss. From captured Rebel map. B. Drayton, Draughtsman.

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American Red Cross - Soliciting Funds - Brig. Gen. Passard, Mayor of Chateauroux, France, and two members of the A.R.C. reviewing American troops during the carnival held under the auspices of the A.R.C. at the Chateau Maoul

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - Reviewing stand of 27th Division Parade. Governor Smith, Brigadier General C. I. Debevoise and Ex-Governor Whitman, reviewing the preliminary procession of 27th Division

Ceremonies and Parades - Parade in Fort Worth, Texas in honor of Brigadier General E. St. John Greble, Commander of the 36th Division, Camp Bowie, Texas

Ceremonies and Parades - Parade in Fort Worth, Texas in honor of Brigadier General E. St. John Greble, Commander of the 36th Division, Camp Bowie, Texas

American Red Cross - Soliciting Funds - Brig. Gen. Passard, Mayor of Chateauroux, France, at the carnival held under the auspices of the A.R.C. at the old Chateau Maoul, Chateauroux, France

Ceremonies and Parades - Parade in Fort Worth, Texas in honor of Brigadier General E. St. John Greble, Commander of the 36th Division, Camp Bowie, Texas

Ceremonies and Parades - Parade in Fort Worth, Texas in honor of Brigadier General E. St. John Greble, Commander of the 36th Division, Camp Bowie, Texas

Ceremonies - Liberations - France - Raising the stars and stripes over the Hotel de Ville in Paris, France, 1917. The great crowd in front of the Hotel de Ville in Paris, France, 1917, when the Stars and Stripes were hoisted over that building in the presence of Ambassador Sharp, Brig. Gen. William H. Allaire, representing Gen. Pershing. The flag was inscribed with the names of Washington and Lafayette and was presented by the city of Philadelphia. The banner was a copy of the original banner made inPhiladelphia by Betsy Ross

Ceremonies - Ohio - War Activities, Celebrations, Chillicothe, O. Brig. Gen. Matthew C. Smith, Commander Camp Sherman, receiving keys of city from Mayor Walter S. Story

Photograph of Major General Hugh J. Gaffey Addressing Heads of Regional German Governments and Army Technical Staff

WORLD IN FILM. Issue no. 79, "BEGINNING OF TRIALS AGAINST GERMAN DOCTORS, NUREMBERG"

BEGINNING OF TRIALS AGAINST GERMAN DOCTORS, NUREMBERG

World in Film. Issues 20, 79, 43

World in Film. Issues 20, 79, 43
World in Film. Issues 20, 79, 43

United States Marine Corps Brigadier General (BGEN) Robert E. Galer, Retired. Defense of Department, Official Portrait

U.S. Air Force Brig. GEN. Thornton E."BECK"Becklund, 119th Fighter Wing"Happy Hooligans", North Dakota Air National Guard, climbs into the cockpit of a F-94 A/C Starfire aircraft at Hector Field, North Dakota. The"Happy Hooligan"pilots flew the F-94 A/C Starfire aircraft from 1954-to-1960. (A3604) (U.S. Air Force PHOTO) (Released)

Meeting at Livermore Laboratory. Left to right: General (retired) A. R. Luedecke, Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) General Manager; Brigadier General A. D. Starbird, Director of Military Application, AEC; Herbert Loper (seated), Chairman, Military Liaison Committee; John McCone, Chairman, AEC; Edward Teller, Livermore Laboratory Director; Edwin McMillan, Laboratory Director. Morgue 1960-74 (P-1) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Attorney Gerneral Robert Kennedy in Berlin, Germany - Part 2

THE CAPE

THE CAPE
THE CAPE

BGEN Stan McClellan represents the United States at the International Control Commission for the release of prisoners of war

Former POW and U.S. Navy LCMDR Wendell Reed Alcorn shakes hands with BGEN William Dietrich, Vice Commander, 22nd Air Force upon his arrival on the C-141 Starlifter from Clark Air Base, Philippines. LCMDR Alcorn was captured by the North Vietnamese on 22 Dec 65 and was released in Hanoi on 12 Feb 73

Former POW and U.S. Army CWO-2 Daniel F. Maslowski (Captured 2 May 70) waves to the public and press who were there to greet the plane load of former POWs flown in from Clark Air Base. In the background MGEN John Gonge, Commander 22nd Air Force and BGEN William Deitrich, 22nd AF Vice Commander greet former POW and U.S. Air Force SMSGT Arthur Cormier (Captured 6 Nov 65). CWO-2 Maslowski and SMSGT Cormier were released by the North Vietnamese in Hanoi on 12 Feb 73

BGEN Stan McClellan, U.S. Army, CHIEF of STAFF, Military Assistance Command-Vietnam (MACV), conducts a press conference, to discuss the details of release of the prisoners of war, for members of the civilian press in a Military Assistance Command-Vietnam (MACV) briefing room at Tan Son Nhut Airbase

Former POW and U.S. Air Force MAJ Wesley Duane Schierman (Captured 28 Aug 65) hugs his wife, as son and daughter waits, on his arrival. In background MGEN John Gonge, 22nd Air Force Commander and BGEN Ralph Saunders greet another returning ex-POW. MAJ Schierman was released by the North Vietnamese in Hanoi on 12 Feb 73

Former POW and U.S. Air Force CPT Lynn Guenther is greeted by BGEN Ralph Saunders and 22nd Air Force Vice Commander, BGEN William Deitrich upon arriving on a flight from Clark Air Base. CPT Guenther was captured on 26 Dec 71 and released by the North Vietnamese in Hanoi 12 Feb 73

Former POWs line up to board the C-141 Starlifter transport for a flight to a base near their homes. They are given best wishes by (Left to Right) BGEN William Deitrich, Vice Commander, 22nd Air Force, BGEN Ralph Saunders and Commander 22nd Air Force, MGEN John Gonge

Overall view of Operation Homecoming debriefing held at Military Assistance Command-Vietnam (MACV) on Tan Son Nhut Airbase. The meeting is co-chaired by BGEN McMull and BGEN Stan McClellan, CHIEF of STAFF, Military Assistance Command-Vietnam (MACV) both from U.S. Army

Former POW and U.S. Army SSG Bobby Louis Johnson (Captured 25 Aug 68), is greeted by MGEN John Gonge, 22nd Air Force Commander and BGEN William Deitrich, Vice Commander, 22nd AF upon his arrival on the C-141 Starlifter from Clark Air Base, Philippines. SSG Johnson was in the group of POWs captured in South Vietnam and released on 12 Feb 73 by the Viet Cong at Loc Ninh, South Vietnam

Former POW and U.S. Air Force CPT Larry James Chesley is greeted by 22nd Air Force Vice Commander, BGEN William Deitrich and BGEN Ralph Saunders upon arriving on a flight from Clark Air Base. CPT Chesley was captured on 6 Nov 65 and released by the North Vietnamese in Hanoi 12 Feb 73

Former POW and U.S. Army CPT George K. Wanat Jr salutes the flag after being welcomed by MGEN John Gonge, Commander, 22nd Air Force and BGEN William Dietrich, Vice Commander, 22nd Air Force upon his arrival from Clark Air Base, Philippines. CPT Wanat was captured by the Viet Cong on 30 Apr 72 and was released at Loc Ninh on 12 Feb 73

Former POW and U.S.Navy CMDR James Glenn Pirie walks away from the C-141 Starlifter, that transported him and fellow POWs from Clark AB, Philippines, with MGEN John Gonge, 22nd Air Force Commander, BGEN William Deitrich, Vice Commander, 22nd AF in the background. CMDR Pirie was captured on 22 Jun 67 and released by the North Vietnamese in Hanoi on 18 Feb 73

Former POW and U.S. Air Force LCOL George Robert Hall salutes and is welcomed to the states by MGEN John Gonge, 22nd Air Force Commander and BGEN Ralph Saunders upon his arrival on the C-141 Starlifter. LCOL Hall was captured by the North Vietnamese on 27 Sep 65 and was released in Hanoi on 12 Feb 73

Former POW and U.S. Air Force CPT Darrel Edwin Pyle is greeted by MGEN John Gonge, Commander 22nd Air Force and BGEN Ralph Saunders after his arrival from Clark Air Base, Philippines. CPT Pyle was captured on 13 Jun 66 and released by the North Vietnamese in Hanoi on 12 Feb 73

Former POW and U.S. Army MAJ Raymond Cecil Schrump talks with BGEN William Deitrich, Vice Commander 22nd Air Force in the passenger lounge after his arrival from Clark Air Base, Philippines. MAJ Schrump was captured on 23 May 68 in South Vietnam and released by the Viet Cong at Loc Ninh on 12 Feb 73

Former POW and U.S. Air Force CPT David Earle Baker, on crutches, walks away from the greeting party, MGEN John Gonge, Commander 22nd Air Force and BGEN Ralph Saunders after his arrival from Clark Air Base, Philippines. CPT Baker was captured on 27 Jun 72 in Cambodia and released by the Viet Cong at Loc Ninh on 12 Feb 73

BGEN Stan McClellan, U.S. Army, CHIEF of STAFF Military Assistance Command-Vietnam (MACV) and co-chair of the Operation Homecoming debriefing, in a Military Assistance Command-Vietnam (MACV) conference room at Tan Son Nhut Airbase

Overrall view as BGEN Stan McClellan, CHIEF of STAFF Military Assistance Command-Vietnam (MACV), U.S. Army, conducts a press conference, to discuss the details of release of the prisoners of war, for members of the civilian press in a Military Assistance Command-Vietnam (MACV) briefing room at Tan Son Nhut Airbase

Overrall view as BGEN Stan McClellan, CHIEF of STAFF Military Assistance Command-Vietnam (MACV), U.S. Army, conducts a press conference, to discuss the details of release of the prisoners of war, for members of the civilian press in a Military Assistance Command-Vietnam (MACV) briefing room at Tan Son Nhut Airbase

Former POW and U.S. Marine LCOL Edison Wainright Miller (Captured 13 Oct 67) is greeted by MGEN John Gonge, Commander 22nd Air Force and BGEN William Deitrich, 22nd AF Vice CO on his arrival from Clark Air Base. LCOL Miller was released by the North Vietnamese in Hanoi on12 Feb 73

On a barren field near Loc Ninh BGEN Stan McClellan, U.S. Army, CHIEF of STAFF, Military Assistance Command - Vietnam (MACV) discusses the pending exchange of American and South Vietnamese prisoners for Viet Cong (VC) and North Vietnamese (NVA)prisoners with Viet Cong negotiators

BGEN Stan McClellan, U.S. Army, CHIEF of STAFF, Military Assistance Command - Vietman (MACV), talks on the radio during the pending exchange of American and South Vietnamese prisoners for Viet Cong (VC) and North Vietnamese (NVA) prisoners with Viet Cong officer

BGEN Stan McClellan, U.S. Army, CHIEF of STAFF, Military Assistance Command - Vietnam (MACV) discusses the pending exchange of American and South Vietnamese prisoners for Viet Cong (VC) and North Vietnamese (NVA)prisoners with NVA and VC negotiators

U.S Army's BGEN Stan McClellan, CHIEF of STAFF, Military Assistance Command - Vietnam (MACV) the American representative and Viet Cong and North Vietnamese members of the Four Power Joint Military Commission discuss the release of their respective prisoners of war

Members of the United Nation's International Commission of Control and Supervision and the Four Power Joint Military Commission discuss the release of the prisoners of war. U.S. Army's BGEN Stan McClellan, CHIEF of STAFF, Military Assistance Command - Vietnam (MACV) the American representative is shown on the left

BGEN Stan McClellan, U.S. Army, CHIEF of STAFF, Military Assistance Command - Vietnam (MACV) discusses the pending exchange of American and South Vietnamese prisoners for Viet Cong (VC) and North Vietnamese (NVA)prisoners with Viet Cong officer

U.S. Air Force personnel assigned to the 119th Fighter Wing"Happy Hooligans", North Dakota Air National Guard, stand on the flight line at Hector Field, North Dakota. From left to right, COL. Alexander P. Macdonald, Brig. GEN. Thornton E."BECK"Becklund, and Allan Eide (rank unknown at the time). MAJ. GEN. Alexander P. Macdonald eventually became the North Dakota Adjutant General. (A3604) (U.S. Air Force PHOTO) (Released)

Brigadier General Alfred M. Gray Jr., Commanding General, 4th Marine Amphibious Brigade, participates in a briefing aboard the amphibious command ship USS MOUNT WHITNEY (LCC 20). The MOUNT WHITNEY is serving as flagship during the allied Exercise TEAM WORK '76

Brigadier General Alfred M. Gray Jr., Commanding General, 4th Marine Amphibious Brigade, uses a telephone. Gray will be participating in the allied Exercise TEAM WORK '76

Brig Gen. Omar Torrijos, Head of Panama Government

BGEN Frederick C. Kyler, commander of the 36th Tactical Fight Fighter Wing, sits in the cockpit of an F-15 Eagle aircraft after completing a flight

Secretary of the Air Force John C. Stetson is greeted by BGEN Stuart H. Sherman Jr., commander of the 1ST Strategic Aerospace Division, upon his arrival for a visit to the base

Participating in the ground breaking ceremony for the new Civil Air Patrol (CAP) building are (from left to right) CAP COL John H. Felix, CPT Jim Kline, USAF BGEN Carl S. Miller, CAP COL William K. Baker, Percy Mirikitani, CAP LTC Robert G. Alderman, State Rep. Charles M. Campbell and State Senator Joseph T. Kuroda

Brig. GEN. Alfred M. Gray, USMC

SSGT Reese Goode shakes hands with BGEN Harold W. Tood, executive assistant to the chair, Joint Chiefs of STAFF

Portugese General Sernando Luis Pinheiro Demoro Carzaiho, commander, Azores Air Command, thanks Captain (CPT) Allenback of the 355th Tactical Fighter Squadron and Brigidier General (BGEN) Richard T. Drury, commander, US Forces Azores, for a tour of the A-10 Thunderbolt II aircraft during Exercise CORONET HOOF

Brig. GEN. Richard T. Drury, commander, U.S. Forces Azores, greets LT. COL. John Granskog, commander of the 355th Tactical Fighter Squadron, upon his arrival in an A-10 Thunderbolt II aircraft for exercise Coronet Hoof

CPL Sharrion D. Bradford receives her diploma from BGEN William Weise, director of operations, Headquarters Marine Corps, during graduation exercises at the Marine Security Guard School, Marine Corps Development and Education Command

Brigadier General J. E. Taylor Jr., Commander of the 10th Air Force (AFRES), arrives at Volk Field during Air Force Reserve Operation REDOUBT, PHASE III

LGEN John H. Miller, commanding general, his staff, MGEN Bernard E. Trainer, BGEN Alfred M. Gray Jr. and their aides march into position during a Marine Corps pageant held in the stadium in honor of the 204th Marine Corps birthday. Marching to Miller's right is the guest speaker, Congressman Herbert Harris II

BGEN Cornelius Nugteren, left center, commander, Air Force Air Rescue and Recovery Service, and MSGT Wayne L. Fisk speak with Heavyweight Champion Larry Holmes and his party, prior to the awards ceremony honoring the 10 Outstanding Young Men of the Year. Fisk and Holmes are award recipients

U.S. Air Force Brig. GEN. (Retired) Thornton E. Becklund, formerly assigned to the 119th Fighter Wing"Happy Hooligans", North Dakota Air National Guard, on the ladder of a F-4D Phantom II aircraft. The Happy Hooligans flew the F-4D Phantom II aircraft for 1977 to 1990. (A3604) (U.S. Air Force PHOTO) (Released)

Vice President Walter Mondale and BGEN Archer L. Durham, Military Traffic Management Command vice commander, wait for the return of President Jimmy Carter from his European visit

Prime Minister Masayoshi Ohira of Japan is greeted by BGEN Archer L. Durham upon his arrival in the United States for a visit

President Jimmy Carter is escorted by BGEN Archer L. Durham, Military Traffic Management Command vice commander, after his return from a European visit. (Substandard image)

Vice President Walter Mondale and BGEN Archer L. Durham, first on right, Military Traffic Management Command vice commander, wait as President Jimmy Carter returns from his European visit

BGEN Edward J. Huycke, USA (uncovered)

Ret. Brig. GEN. Charles "Chuck" Yeager, the first man to break the sound barrier in-flight, left, discusses aerodynamics with Stan Barrett. A former Air Force medical technician, Barrett is the first man to break the sound barrier on land

Richard Queen, on of the hostages held by Iranians at the U.S. Embassy in Tehran, enjoys a welcome home ceremony in his honor BGEN Monte B. Miller greeted Queen upon his arrival

BGEN William M. Constantine participates in a Media Training Seminar conducted by Air Force public affairs personnel at the Pentagon to prepare him for actual media interviews

During a change of command ceremony, COL Joe B. Whitt, outgoing commander, 600th Tactical Control Group, receives a unit flag from BGEN Babcock, commander, 601st Tactical Control Wing, to pass to LTC Ted D. Kerr as he assumes command of the 600th Tactical Control Group from COL Whitt

Corretta Scott King, widow of the late Rev. Martin Luther King., talks with BGEN Archer Durham after her arrival for a visit

Corretta Scott King, widow of the late Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., talks with BGEN Archer Durham after her arrival for a visit

GEN Sahinkaya, commander of the Turkish air force is greeted by BGEN Archer Durham upon his arrival for a visit

GEN Sahinkaya, commander of the Turkish Air Force (right), and BGEN Archer Durham salute during the welcoming ceremony

BGEN Archer Durham escorts the party of President Juvenal Habyarimana of Rwanda, upon their arrival for a visit

President Sharari of Nigeria is greeted by BGEN Archer Durham upon his arrival for a visit

BGEN Robert A. Rosenberg participates in a Media Training Seminar. Air Force public affairs personnel act as reporters to prepare him for actual interview situations

BGEN Tippett participates in a Media Training Seminar conducted by Air Force public affairs personnel to prepare him for actual media interviews

BGEN Donald B. Wagner participates in a Media Training Seminar conducted by Air Force public affairs personnel at the Pentagon to prepare him for actual media interviews

BGEN Sheldon J. Lustig, deputy chief of staff, U.S. Air Force Europe, inspects a water pumping facility at Tempelhof Central Airport

President-elect Ronald W. Reagan is greeted by BGEN Archer Durham upon his arrival

BGEN Edwin J. Godfrey, USMC (covered)

BGEN James R. Van Den Elzen, USMC (covered)

BGEN William H. Gossell, USMCR (covered)

BGEN Peter W. Odgers prepares himself for a press conference on his panel's findings on the crashed EC-135N Stratolifter aircraft

BGEN Peter W. Odgers prepares himself for a press conference on his panel's findings on the crashed EC-135N Stratolifter aircraft

BGEN Peter W. Odgers prepares himself for a press conference on his panel's findings on the crashed EC-135N Stratolifter aircraft

BGEN Brown (right), bids farewell to LTC R. Turczynski, 1ST Special Operations Squadron commander, as he prepares to leave for Clark Air Base, Philippines

BGEN Ralph Jacobson participates in a Media Training Seminar run by Air Force public affairs personnel to prepare him for actual media interviews

BGEN A.L. Durham welcomes the former Iranian hostages and their families to the Washington, D.C. area. To the right is former hostage Gary Lee

BGEN Robert O. PETTY, USAF

BGEN Paul A. Schempp, commander, 174th Tactical Fighter Wing, shakes hands with fellow participants in exercise Coronet Sail

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