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Members of the German military carry lit torches in honor of General (GEN) Charles L. Donnelly Jr., departing commander in chief, US Air Force Europe, and Allied Air Forces Central Europe. The Soldiers are participating in the"Grand Tatoo,"one of the West Germany military's highest honors

Commander, J M - Age: [Blank], Year: 1861 - Mississippi Fourth Infantry (State Troops) AND Fifth Infantry, A-C

Commander, J G - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi Eighth-Infantry, Co-F

Lieut. Commander F.A. Gardner, R.N.V.R., translating inscription on ancient memorial marble. Scene during the Salonika Campaign

Commander Smasom about to start on a bombing expedition against the Turkish positions. Dardanelles Campaign

Commander Thurber, C. E., U.S. Navy

American Red Cross - Headquarters & Buildings - American Red Cross Headquarters at Lincoln, England. At 7:30 o'clock every morning the District Commander, Capt. John E. Wagner of Topeka, Kan., start out in his business-like little car and is off over hill and vale to one of the series of American camps in his district

Armistice - Armistice - The Cessation of Hositlities on actual fighting front. Showing the cessation of hostilities on the fighting front near the Verdun route at Metz. A German captain and his staff at the right, is receiving orders from the French Commander of that sector, that hostilities are at an end. The Captain and his staff were given two minutes in which to return to their lines. The phot was taken on the morning of the signing of the armistice at exactly eleven thirty-five

Near Oesel. Admiral Schmidt, the commander of the expedition against Oesel, with his staff on a torpedo boat during the crossing. October 1917

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - Mayor Hylan welcomes heroic Commander of the 27th Major General O'Ryan

Ceremonies - Liberations - Military Weddings - Military wedding at Pelham Bay Naval Training Station, Pelham, New York. The Pelham Bay Naval Training Camp had its first wedding when Grace Franklin, daughter of Commander and Mrs. William S. Frranklin, became the bride of Lieut. Wm. Murray Black, Jr., U.S.A., son of Major Gen. and Mrs. William Murray Black, Chief of engineers. Miss Franklin's father is commandant of the Pelham station. The Rev. Lea Luquer, D.C., of St. Mathew's Church, asisted by the Rev. McVicker Haight, camp chaplain, officiated. Lieut. William Murray Black, Jr. and his bride

Ceremonies and Parades - Cardinal O'Connell says Mass for troops about to leave for front. Cadinal O'Connell, of Boston, is greeted at Camp McGinnis, Framingham, Mass., as he arrives to say Mass for the 101st regiment about to leave for war. The 101st was formerly the 9th Mass. V.M. Left to right: Father M.J. O'Connor, chaplain of the 101st, Cardinal O'Connel and Col. Edwrad L. Logan, commander of the 101st Regt

Colleges and Universities - Johns Hopkins - John Hopkins Unit ready to go to France. Photo shows left to right: Dr. J.M.T. Finney, Director of the Unit, Miss Bessie Boper, Head of the Nurses and J.D. Seysinger, Commander of the Unit. 1917

Lt. Stein, flight commander of the "Wolfchen" and pilot Vobek. This plane performed excellent reconnaissance service during the cruise of the "Wolf"

The great offensive in the West. The commander of the 7th Army, General of the Infantry von Boehm (left) and general von Lewinsky, leaders of a victorious army division on the battle fields before Councy le Chateau. April 1918

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - General O'Ryan passing reviewing stand. General O'Ryan Commander of 27th Division in advance of great parade of 27th Division passing the reviewing stand at 86th Street

Major General Hueke, commander of a reserve division, with his staff

Ceremonies - Liberations - Military Weddings - Military wedding at Pelham Bay Naval Training Station, Pelham, New York. The Pelham Bay Naval Training Camp had its first wedding when Grace Franklin, daughter of Commander and Mrs. William S. Frranklin, became the bride of Lieut. Wm. Murray Black, Jr., U.S.A., son of Major Gen. and Mrs. William Murray Black, Chief of Engineers, Miss Franklin's father is commandant of the Pelham Station. The Rev. Lea Luquer, D.D., of St. Mathew's Church, assisted by the Rev. McVicker Haight, camp camplain, officiated. Photo shows the bridal couple coming through the arch of swords

Crown Prince Ruprecht of Bavaria, Commander of Flanders with General sixt von Arnim, in front of his quarters

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

Colleges and Universities - Harvard University - Harvard Unit returns from France. Lieut. Col1l Dr. Hugh Cabot, Commander of Unit, arriving at Portland, Maine

General Von Hulsen, the Commander of an attack division in Champagne

American Red Cross - Groups - Maj. P.B. Wallace, commander American zone, with staff, in front of zone headquarters. Right to left: Capt. Griggs, Major Wallace; Capt. Tilney; Capt. Turnure; Capt. Pennington, Capt. Bohlen, and Capt. Burdick

Ceremonies - Liberations - Military Weddings - Military wedding at Pelham Bay Naval Training Station, Pelham, New York. The Pelham Bay Naval Training Camp had its first wedding when Grace Franklin, daughter of Commander and Mrs. William S. Frranklin, became the bride of Lieut. Wm. Murray Black, Jr., U.S.A., son of Major Gen. and Mrs. Wm. Murray Black, Chief of Engineers. Miss Franklin's father is commandant of the Pelham station. The Rev. Lea Luquer, D.D., of St. Mathew's Church, assisted by Rev. McVicker Haight, camp chaplin, officiated. General view of the luncheon in progress

American Red Cross - Groups - Captain Harry D. Kirover of Buffalo, the American Red Cross District Commander at Liverpool superintends the work of distributing comforts to wounded Americans who are leaving for the U.S., Capt. Kirkover standing at the left of the entrance of the warehouse

Eastern front. The advance on Czernowitz. At the command post of the army Commander von Bohm-Ermolli. July 1917

The king of Wuttemberg with men from wuttemberg on the western front. The king in conversation with the troops. In the center Lt. General Fuchs, Army commander. April 1917

General Paschen, Commander of the 1st Division with his staff officers

Camouflage - Roads - Showing the up-keep of the position by trained gardeners. The battery commander is himself out for airplanes

Ceremonies - Demobilization - Gen. Alexander and his staff marching through Victory Arch. General Alexander, Commander of the 77th Division leading the parade with his staff

General Von Woyrsch, Army Commander in the East, inspects the infantry after the victorious battles at Baranowitschi- La- Busy. In the foreground are captured russian machine guns. March 1917

Colleges and Universities - Ohio Wesleyan University - Major P. G. Wrightson, Commander of S.A.T.C., Wesleyan University

Generla Von Der Marwitz, cavalry, and Army commander in the west. Middle of April 1917

Ceremonies - The Commander of the American vessel "Orleans" the first to run the German U-boat blockade feated upon his arrival at Bordeaux, France, Feb. 27, 1917. The Orleans was suck July 6, 1917

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - Major General O'Ryan at head of 27th Division. Major General O'Ryan, Commander saluting Altar for Dead on Fifth Avenue and 41st Street

Ceremonies - Liberations - Memorial Day, 1918 - For the first time in history memorial exercises were held on a a foreign warship for American soldiers and sailors. Exercises were held on the British Warship "Warrior" on Potomac, in memory of the victims of the Lusitania and the Tuscania and of the men lost at sea in war. Vice Admiral Sir Grant who is commander of the flagship Warrior is in the center

German troops in Finland. Mounted sentry before the residence of General count von der Goltz, commander of the German troops in Finland. April 1918

American Red Cross - "Second Aid" - The American Red Cross Commander visits the hospital and writes a letter home for one of the patients. It is the boase of Captain John E. Wagner of Topeka, Kansas, that he knows every American patient in his district by his first name

Christmas in the field. The company commander distributing christmas gifts to his men. On the Western front. December 1917

Dr. Fehling, the mayor of Lubeck, at a review of his people. The mayor in conversation with his Excellency von Eichhorn, the commander of an army on the Eastern front.September 1917

American Red Cross - Groups - American Red Cross in Scotland. American women workers in Edinburgh district: left to right: Miss Mary Inskip, Mrs. Johnston, Miss Neill, Mrs. Albert Lilliard, Mrs. Winter Robb, Mrs. Rufus Fleming, Capt. Loaring Clark, American Red Cross District Commander

American Library Association - Libraries - Kansas through Mississippi - Charging Desk, Camp Funston. Mr. Fitts, charging a book to Major Frank, Camp Commander. Mr. Clayton in rear working over orders of statistics for headquarters

Macedonia. His excellency Enver Pascha in conversation with his excellency Winkler, the Commander of the Army in Macedonia

General von Falkenhayn, an Army Commander with his chief of staff

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 - Miscellaneous Reviews and Camp Scenes - General E. St. John Creble, Commander of the 36th Division and Governor W. P. Hobby of Texas reviewing 36th Division in streets of Fort Worth, Texas

Western front. Col. Von Dassal , Commander of the 49th Infantry Bridge, and Lt. Col. Gegenger. April 1917

The German Crown Prince and General von Gallwitz, the Commander of an army division on the Verdun front

American Red Cross - Recreation and Sports - American Red Cross Care Committee and the Rotary Club of Bath, England, entertain American wounded at the Bath War Hospital. District commander of American Red Cross, Lt. N.B. Martin of San Francisco, in the back row, near flagpole; Lord Mayor of Bath, his hat off, to the left of the flagpole, wearing his chain of office over his shoulders. Behind him, in high hat, is the High Sheriff

Ceremonies - Liberations - Military Weddings - Military wedding at Pelham Bay Naval Training Station, Pelham, New York. The Pelham Bay Naval Training Camp had its first wedding when Grace Franklin, daughter of Commander and Mrs. William S. Frranklin, became the bride of Lieut. Wm. Murray Black, Jr., U.S.A., son of Major Gen. and Mrs. Wm. Murray Black, Chief of Engineers. Miss Franklin's father is comandant of the pelham station. The Rev. Lea Luquer, D.D., of St. Mathew's Church, officiated. In the group are Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Black, Lieut. and Mrs. Wm. Murray Black, Jr., Commander and Mrs. Wm. S. Franklin

American Red Cross - Motor Car Service - Women's Motor Corps Members drive sixteen ambulances from Detroit to New York. Sixteen women motor corps drivers of the Atlantic drivers of the Atlantic Division of the American Red Cross with their commander Captain Symlie with flag taken on their arrival in New York with the sixteen ambulances which they had driven from Detroit. Twelve of the women drivers are from Buffalo and four from Westchester Co., New York

Lt. General von Gersdorf, Commander of the 58th (saxon) Infantry Division, in Valenciennes with his officers

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

Roumania. Lt. General Von Elstermann, Commander of the Army division

The company commander bidding goodbye to those going away on Christmas furlough. December 1917

General Adams, Commander of a victorious division at the battle of Baranowitschi - Labusy. March 1917

General count von der Goltz, the Commander of the expeditionary force into Finland. May 1918

Colleges and Universities - Harvard University - Rear Admiral Wood and Lieut. Commander Ayer, Commanding Officer, Naval Radio School

Army of Occupation - Army of Occupation in Germany. General Dickman, commander of American troops of occupation with General magin and General Gerrand, reviews French troops of occupation at Coblentz, Germany

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

Army of Occupation - Kaiser watches British Army pass into Cologne. General Plumer, commander of the 2nd British Army with staff alongside the statue of the Kaiser, reviewing his cavalry as they cross the Hohenzollern Bridge at Cologne

Italy. The Emperor at Castle Passariano. The Emperor on the steps of the castle in conversation with his excellency von Below, the Commander of the victorious German troops. November 1917

General Paschen, Commander of the 1st Division

Ceremonies - Lafayette Day, 1918 - Celebration of the 160th anniversary of the birth of Lafayette at City Hall, N.Y. Front row from left to right: George L. Wilson, Rear Adm. Usher. Willard Bartlett, Andre Tardien, Mayor Mitchell, Lieut. Gen. Leclercq and Commander Arthur L. Blackwood

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

American Red Cross - N thru W - The man from Kansas, as the American soldiers in a dozen English camps affectionately called him. He is Capt. John E. Wagner of Topeka, American Red Cross Commander for one of the districts of Central England

With a sector commander on the scrape front

Eastern front. The advance on Czernowitz. His Excellency von Lietzmann, Commander of an Army Division on the Dnjestr. July 1917

American Red Cross - Headquarters & Buildings - Opening of the Central Station of the American Red Cross in Italy. Many notables were present at the opening of the American Red Cross in Italy. Among these were Col. Perkins the commander of the American Red Cross in Italy, -Mr. Winship the American Consul Miss Shaw the well known directress of the Hospital, and many other well known persons

Eastern front. The advance on Czernowitz. At the command post of the army Commander von Bohm-Ermolli. July 1917

Colleges and Universities - Massachusetts Institute of Technology - U.S.A. School of Military Aeronautics; Officers Engineering School. Squadron C Officers. Lieut. T.A. Cashman, Squadron Commander

Eastern front. The advance on Czernowitz. At the command post of the army Commander von Bohm-Ermolli. July 1917

German troops in Odessa/ Arrival of high Commander of the Austro-Hungarian troops, His Excellency von Bohm-Ermolli. April 1918

His Excellency von Quast, the Commander of an army at Lys, with his Chief of staff Lt. Col. Von Lentz. May 1918

Admiral von Schroeder, Commander of the Marines in Flanders, in front of the city hall in Bruges

US Army (USA) Major General (MGEN) Frederick S. Strong, Commander, 40th Division, and his staff pose for a group photo at Camp Kearny, California (CA). MGEN Strong is the first Commander of the 40th Division. Note: In the future this area became the US Navy (USN) Naval Air Station Miramar. (Exact Date Shot Unknown)

House of "Charlie Little Commander"

Airplanes - Types - No Caption. 4 pictures of Commander Patrol Wings Atlantic Fleet Airplane

Commander Zeb Knott's Blue Angels Aircraft at Pensacola Naval Air Station

Joseph and Edith Susnir and RADM Stanley J. Anderson, commander, Naval Base, Pearl Harbor, prepare to cut the ribbon during ceremonies to mark the opening of the shoreside visitors center for the new USS ARIZONA Memorial Museum

Major General A. A. Vandegrift, USMC, Marine Guadalcanal Commander, Stands with Men of His Command After Decorating Marine Heroes of Guadalcanal at an Allied Pacific Base Recently

At a Recent Parade at an Allied Base in the South Pacific, Members of a Marine Regiment Received High Decorations from Major General A. A. Vandegrift, USMC, Commander at the Base

Lieutenant Commander Chester Holts, Chaplain, Blesses the Ships

Lt. CDR Chester L. Hults, U.S.N.R. Chaplain, Offering up of Prayers for the USS Piper (SS 409) and the USS Threadfin (SS 410) at Twin Launching at Navy Yard, Portsmouth, NH

Lieutenant Commander Chester L. Hults, U.S. Navy Reserves Chaplain, Offering up Prayers for the USS Toro (SS 422) Launching at the Navy Yard, Portsmouth, New Hampshire

Commander Chester L. Holts, Chaplain, Blesses the USS Sea Leopard

Official Portrait of US Marine Corps (USMC) Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Gregory"Pappy"Boyington, Commander, Marine Fighter Squadron 214 (VMF-214)"Black Sheep"taken at Marine Corps Headquarter, Washington D.C., October 4, 1945. LTC Boyington was awarded the Medal of Honor and is an Ace Pilot credited with 28 kills

Formal portrait of Lt. Commander Richard Nixon wearing a coat and Navy hat

Photograph of Lieutenant Commander Gerald R. Ford, Jr., Showing His Parents a Map of the Pacific Theater after Returning from Active Duty

[Douglas C. Dillon, Commander of the Ordre de la Courtoisie]

[Douglas C. Dillon, Commander of the Ordre de la Courtoisie]

[MAAG Cdr. A.E. Chambers Recieves Legion of Merit]

[MAAG Cdr. A.E. Chambers Recieves Legion of Merit]

[MAAG Cdr. A.E. Chambers Recieves Legion of Merit]

[MAAG Cdr. A.E. Chambers Recieves Legion of Merit]

[MAAG Cdr. A.E. Chambers Recieves Legion of Merit]

[MAAG Cdr. A.E. Chambers Recieves Legion of Merit]

Statement of a Former Hut Commander of the Philippine Veterans Legion

Statement of a Former Hut Commander of the Philippine Veterans Legion

Statement of a Former Hut Commander of the Philippine Veterans Legion