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Captain Kip Edwards demonstrates operating room equipment at the Bayne-Jones Army Community Hospital to (left to right); Major General Dale A. Vesser, Commanding General, 5th Infantry Division; George Houston, civilian aide to the Secretary of the Army; and Lieutenant General Bernhard T. Mittemeyer, Surgeon General of the Army

US Secretary of Defense William Cohen (Standing behind the lecturn) gave the final speech of his visit to a full house at the Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, Museum at the end of the luncheon given in his honor. Honored Military and Delaware community guests listening to the ideas portrayed by Sec. Cohen also enjoyed the visuals offered by the museum. A static display of a USAF C-47 Skytrain sits in the background

New affordable homes community, Portland, Oregon, visited by Secretary Mel Martinez

New affordable homes community, Portland, Oregon, visited by Secretary Mel Martinez

New affordable homes community, Portland, Oregon, visited by Secretary Mel Martinez

New affordable homes community, Portland, Oregon, visited by Secretary Mel Martinez

New affordable homes community, Portland, Oregon, visited by Secretary Mel Martinez

New affordable homes community, Portland, Oregon, visited by Secretary Mel Martinez

New affordable homes community, Portland, Oregon, visited by Secretary Mel Martinez

Air Force Honor Guard members carry shadow box's that will be placed at the pictures of the 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members who were killed on a March 3rd in an C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia. The memorial service, which took place at Rock Church, Virginia Beach, Virginia, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from temporary duty at Hurlburt Field, Florida...

An Air Force Honor Guard member places a shadow box at the picture of one of the 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members who were killed on a March 3rd in an C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia. The memorial service, which took place at Rock Church, Virginia Beach, Virginia, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from temporary duty at Hurlburt Field, Florida. The three ...

Family and friends gather together to pay tribute to the 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia. The memorial service, which took place at Rock Church in Virginia Beach, Virginia, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from temporary duty at Hurlburt Field, Florida. The three soldiers were assigned to the 171st ...

Family and friends of 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia, gather to pay tribute to the men at a memorial service in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The memorial, which took place at Rock Church, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from temporary duty at Hurlburt Field, Florida. The three soldiers were assigned ...

United States Air Force Honor Guard members line up to pay tribute to the 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia. The memorial service, which took place at Rock Church in Virginia Beach, Virginia, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203d Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from temporary duty at Hurlburt Field, Florida. The three soldiers were ...

An Air Force Honor Guard member places a shadow box at the picture of one of the members of the 203rd Red Horse Flight who was killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia. The memorial service, which took place at Rock Church, Virginia Beach, Virginia, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from temporary duty at Hurlburt Field, Florida. The three soldiers were assigned to the 171st Aviation ...

An Air Force Honor Guard member speaks to the crowd during a memorial service for the 21 victims killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia. Friends of 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members paid tribute to the men at a memorial service in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The memorial, which took place at Rock Church, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from ...

Family and friends of 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia, pay tribute to the men at a memorial service in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The memorial, which took place at Rock Church, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from temporary duty at Hurlburt Field, Florida. The three soldiers were assigned to the ...

Family and friends of 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia, pay tribute to the men at a memorial service in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The memorial, which took place at Rock Church, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from temporary duty at Hurlburt Field, Florida. The three soldiers were assigned to the ...

Family and friends of 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia, pay tribute to the men at a memorial service in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The memorial, which took place at Rock Church, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 5000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from temporary duty at Hurlburt Field, Florida. The three soldiers were assigned to the ...

US Air Force General Michael E. Ryan, Air Force CHIEF of STAFF, speaks to family and friends of 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia. The memorial service, which took place at Rock Church, Virginia Beach, Virginia, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 5000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from temporary duty at Hurlburt Field, Florida. The three...

Close-up shot of the ribbons being worn by friends and family members as they pay tribute to 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia. The memorial service, which took place at Rock Church, Virginia Beach, Virginia, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from temporary duty at Hurlburt Field, Florida. The three ...

An Air Force Honor Guard member carries a shadow box to be placed in front of a memorial for one of the 21 victims killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia. Friends and family of 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members paid tribute to the men at a memorial service in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The memorial, which took place at Rock Church, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, ...

Family and friends of 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia, pay tribute to the men at a memorial service in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The memorial, which took place at Rock Church, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from temporary duty at Hurlburt Field, Florida. The three soldiers were assigned to the ...

Family and friends of 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia, pay tribute to the men at a memorial service in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The memorial, which took place at Rock Church, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from temporary duty at Hurlburt Field, Florida. The three soldiers were assigned to the ...

Family members and friends of 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia, pay tribute to the men at a memorial service in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The memorial, which took place at Rock Church, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from temporary duty at Hurlburt Field, Florida. The three soldiers were assigned to ...

Family members and friends of 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia, pay tribute to the men at a memorial service in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The memorial, which took place at Rock Church, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian, military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from temporary duty at Hurlburt Field, Florida. The three soldiers were assigned to the...

Family and friends of 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia, pass by shrines for their loved ones during a memorial service in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The memorial, which took place at Rock Church, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from temporary duty at Hurlburt Field, Florida. The three soldiers were ...

An Air Force Honor Guard member places a shadow box in front of a memorial of one of 21 victims killed in a plane crash. Friends of 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia, pay tribute to the men at a memorial service in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The memorial, which took place at Rock Church, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia ...

Major David Kolmer, 192nd Fighter Wing, Virginia Air National Guard, plays Amazing Grace on his bagpipes during a memorial service for family members and friends of 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia. The memorial service, which took place at Rock Church, Virginia Beach, Virginia, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203d Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were ...

An Air Force Honor Guard member places a shadow box in front of a memorial for one of the 21 victims killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia. Friends of 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members paid tribute to the men at a memorial service in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The memorial, which took place at Rock Church, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning ...

Family and friends of 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia, pay tribute to the men at a memorial service in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The memorial, which took place at Rock Church, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from temporary duty at Hurlburt Field, Florida. The three soldiers were assigned to the ...

Family and friends mourn the loss of 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia, as they pay tribute to the men at a memorial service in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The memorial, which took place at Rock Church, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from temporary duty at Hurlburt Field, Florida. The three soldiers ...

Family and friends of 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia, pay tribute to the men at a memorial service in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The memorial, which took place at Rock Church, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from temporary duty at Hurlburt Field, Florida. The three soldiers were assigned to the ...

Mourners leave the memorial service of 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia, after paying tribute to the men at the service in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The memorial, which took place at Rock Church, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from temporary duty at Hurlburt Field, Florida. The three soldiers were ...

Family members and friends of 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia, pay tribute to the men at a memorial service in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The memorial, which took place at Rock Church, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from temporary duty at Hurlburt Field, Florida. The three soldiers were assigned to ...

A mourner pays tribute to the 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia, at a memorial service in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The memorial, which took place at Rock Church, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from temporary duty at Hurlburt Field, Florida. The three soldiers were assigned to the 171st Aviation ...

General Michael E. Ryan, Air Force CHIEF of STAFF, addresses family members and friends of 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia, as they pay tribute to the men at a memorial service in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The memorial, which took place at Rock Church, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from temporary ...

An Air Force Honor Guard member carries a shadow box to be placed in front of a memorial for one of the 21 victims killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia. Friends and family members of the 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members paid tribute to the men at a memorial service in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The memorial, which took place at Rock Church, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia...

An Air Force Honor Guard member salutes the memorial for one of 21 victims killed in a plane crash. Friends and family members of 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia, pay tribute to the men at a memorial service in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The memorial, which took place at Rock Church, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and...

Wide shot of family and friends of 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia, as they pay tribute to the men at a memorial service in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The memorial, which took place at Rock Church, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 5000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from temporary duty at Hurlburt Field, Florida. The three soldiers were...

An Air Force Honor Guard member places a shadow box at the picture of one of the members of the 203rd Red Horse Flight who was killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia. The memorial service, which took place at Rock Church, Virginia Beach, Virginia, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from temporary duty at Hurlburt Field, Florida. The three soldiers were assigned to the 171st Aviation ...

Two men mourn the loss of 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia, pay tribute to the men at a memorial service in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The memorial, which took place at Rock Church, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from temporary duty at Hurlburt Field, Florida. The three soldiers were assigned to the ...

The Honorable James S. Gilmore, Governor of Virginia, speaks with the media about 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members who were killed on a March 3rd in an C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia. The memorial service, which took place at Rock Church, Virginia Beach, Virginia, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from temporary duty at Hurlburt Field, Florida. The three...

An Air Force Honor Guard member places a shadow box at the picture of one of the 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members who were killed on a March 3rd in an C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia. The memorial service, which took place at Rock Church, Virginia Beach, Virginia, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from temporary duty at Hurlburt Field, Florida. The three ...

Family and friends of 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia, pay tribute to the men at a memorial service in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The memorial, which took place at Rock Church, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from temporary duty at Hurlburt Field, Florida. The three soldiers were assigned to the ...

The Honorable Paul D. Wolfowitz, Deputy Secretary of Defense, addresses grieving Family members and friends of 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia, as they pay tribute to the men at a memorial service in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The memorial, which took place at Rock Church, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from ...

US Air Force Major David Kolmer, 192nd Fighter Wing, Virginia Air National Guard, plays Amazing Grace on his bagpipes during a memorial service for family members and friends of 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia. The memorial, which took place at Rock Church, Virginia Beach, Virginia, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and...

United States Air Force Honor Guard members salute the 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia. The memorial service, which took place at Rock Church in Virginia Beach, Virginia, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from temporary duty at Hurlburt Field, Florida. The three soldiers were assigned to the 171st ...

US Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Thomas J. Turlip, Commander, 203rd Red Hores Flight, addresses the family and friends of 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members who were killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia. The memorial service, which took place at Rock Church, Virginia Beach, Virginia, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from temporary duty at ...

The Honorable James S. Gilmore, Governor of Virginia, addresses the family members and friends of 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members who were killed on a March 3rd in an C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia. The memorial service, which took place at Rock Church, Virginia Beach, Virginia, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from temporary duty at Hurlburt Field, ...

Family and friends of 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia, pay tribute to the men at a memorial service in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The memorial, which took place at Rock Church, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from temporary duty at Hurlburt Field, Florida. The three soldiers were assigned to the ...

Acting Secretary of the Air Force, Lawrence J. Delaney, addresses family members and friends of 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia. The memorial service, which took place at Rock Church in Virginia Beach, Virginia, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from temporary duty at Hurlburt Field, Florida. The ...

Air Force Honor Guard members stand fast as a missing-man formation of F-16 Fighting Falcon aircrafts fly overhead in honor of the 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia. The memorial service, which took place at Rock Church, Virginia Beach, Virginia, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 5000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from temporary duty at ...

Major David Kolmer, 192nd Fighter Wing, Virginia Air National Guard, plays Amazing Grace on his bagpipes during a memorial service for 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia. The memorial service, which took place at Rock Church, Virginia Beach, Virginia, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from temporary duty...

An Air Force Honor Guard member places a shadow box to be placed in front of the memorial for one of 21 victims killed in a plane crash. Friends of 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia, pay tribute to the men at a memorial service in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The memorial, which took place at Rock Church, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia ...

An Air Force Honor Guard member places a shadow box in front of a memorial for one of the 18 victims killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia. Friends of 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members paid tribute to the men at a memorial service in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The memorial, which took place at Rock Church, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning ...

An Air Force Honor Guard member salutes the memorial of one of 21 victims killed in a plane crash. Friends of 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia, pay tribute to the men at a memorial in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The memorial service, which took place at Rock Church, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from...

Air Force Honor Guard members watch a memorial service on a monitor for 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia. The memorial, which took place at Rock Church, Virginia Beach, Virginia, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, Virginia and were returning from temporary duty at Hurlburt Field, Florida. The three soldiers were assigned to the ...

An Honor Guard member plays the trumpet at a funeral service honoring members of the 203rd Red Horse Flight. Family members and friends of 18 Virginia Air National Guard and three Florida Army National Guard members killed in a March 3rd C-23 Sherpa plane crash in Unadilla, Georgia, pay tribute to the men at a memorial service in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The memorial, which took place at Rock Church, was attended by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul D. Wolfowitz (not shown) and various other civilian and military dignitaries and over 4000 members of the community. The 18 airmen were assigned to the 203rd Red Horse Flight at Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation in Virginia Beach, ...

Secretary of the Air Force (SECAF) James G. Roche addresses members of the 552nd Air Control Wing (ACW) and members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) crews during a troop call at Tinker AFB, Oklahoma. SECAF Roche traveled to Tinker specifically to thank the AWACS community and NATO crews for the long hours and hard work they've put in for homeland security. The NATO AWACS crews, composed of twelve participating nations, deployed to the United States the first week of October 2001, from their home base in Geilenkirchen, Germany for Operation EAGLE ASSIST in support of Operation NOBLE EAGLE. They brought seven E-3A Sentry aircraft...

Norwegian Air Force Colonel (COL) Roy Olsen (left), North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) deployed detachment commander escorts Secretary of the Air Force (SECAF) James G. Roche on a tour of the NATO ramp at Tinker AFB, Oklahoma. SECAF Roche traveled to Tinker specifically to thank the AWACS community and NATO crews for the long hours and hard work they've put in for homeland security. The NATO AWACS crews, composed of twelve participating nations, deployed to the United States the first week of October 2001, from their home base in Geilenkirchen, Germany for Operation EAGLE ASSIST in support of Operation NOBLE EAGLE. They brought seven...

The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld (right), U.S. Secretary of Defense, addresses a gathering of prominent labor leaders during a Department of Defense community outreach program at the Pentagon, Arlington, Va., on Apr. 3, 2002.(DoD photo by Robert D. Ward) (Released)

The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld (right), U.S. Secretary of Defense, shakes hands with Richard Brown(left), of the National Federation of Federal Employees, during a Department of Defense community outreach program at the Pentagon, Arlington, Va., on Apr. 3, 2002.(DoD photo by Robert D. Ward) (Released)

Lieutenant General (LGEN) Edwin P. Smith, US Army Pacific presents a Secretary of the Army Public Service Award to Mrs. Elfriede G. Johnson during the United States Army Japan (USARJ) and 9th Theater Support Command (9th TSC), Outgoing Commander Major General (MGEN) Alan D. Johnsons Farewell Reception, at Camp Zama Community Club

United States Army Japan (USARJ) and 9th Theater Support Command (9th TSC), Change of Command. Lieutenant General (LGEN) Edwin P. Smith, Commander, US Army Pacific, presents a Secretary of the Army Public Service Award to Mrs. Elfriede G. Johnson at Camp Zama Community Club. The presentation held at the farewell party for her husband during the United States Army Japan (USARJ) and 9th Theater Support Command (9th TSC), Change of Command, at the Camp Zama Community Club

The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld, U.S. Secretary of Defense shakes hands with some of the youngest members of the community at the town hall meeting in Hanger One at Aviano Air Base, Italy. (U.S. Air Force photo by STAFF SGT. Staci L. Rosenberger) (Released)

The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld, U.S. Secretary of Defense fields questions from military and civilian members of the Aviano community during a town hall meeting in Hanger One at Aviano Air Base, Italy. (U.S. Air Force photo by STAFF SGT. Staci L. Rosenberger) (Released)

Acting Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Aurene Martin, rear second from left, with students during dedication day tour of the newly opened Baca/Dlo'ay azhi Community School in Prewitt, New Mexico, Bureau of Indian Affairs-operated school serving the Prewitt and Thoreau communities on the Navajo Nation Reservation

Acting Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs, Aurene Martin, far left, among dignitaries attending dedication ceremonies at the newly opened Baca/Dlo'ay azhi Community School in Prewitt, New Mexico, Bureau of Indian Affairs-operated school serving the Prewitt and Thoreau communities on the Navajo Nation Reservation

Acting Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Aurene Martin, rear, with students during dedication day tour of the newly opened Baca/Dlo'ay azhi Community School in Prewitt, New Mexico, Bureau of Indian Affairs-operated school serving the Prewitt and Thoreau communities on the Navajo Nation Reservation

Student in corridor of newly opened Baca/Dlo'ay azhi Community School in Prewitt, New Mexico, Bureau of Indian Affairs-operated school serving the Prewitt and Thoreau communities on the Navajo Nation Reservation. Dedication ceremony for the school, whose design incorporates elements of Navajo culture, wasattended by Secretary Gale Norton

Architectural highlight of newly opened Baca/Dlo'ay azhi Community School in Prewitt, New Mexico, Bureau of Indian Affairs-operated school serving the Prewitt and Thoreau communities on the Navajo Nation Reservation. Dedication ceremony for the school, whose design incorporates elements of Navajo culture,was attended by Secretary Gale Norton

Exterior feature of newly opened Baca/Dlo'ay azhi Community School in Prewitt, New Mexico, Bureau of Indian Affairs-operated school serving the Prewitt and Thoreau communities on the Navajo Nation Reservation. Dedication ceremony for the school, whose design incorporates elements of Navajo culture, was attended by Secretary Gale Norton

Architectural highlight of newly opened Baca/Dlo'ay azhi Community School in Prewitt, New Mexico, Bureau of Indian Affairs-operated school serving the Prewitt and Thoreau communities on the Navajo Nation Reservation. Dedication ceremony for the school, whose design incorporates elements of Navajo culture,was attended by Secretary Gale Norton

Acting Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs, Aurene Martin, speaking at dedication ceremonies at the newly opened Baca/Dlo'ay azhi Community School in Prewitt, New Mexico, Bureau of Indian Affairs-operated school serving the Prewitt and Thoreau communities on the Navajo Nation Reservation

Acting Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs, Aurene Martin, second from left, on dedication day tour of the newly opened Baca/Dlo'ay azhi Community School in Prewitt, New Mexico, Bureau of Indian Affairs-operated school serving the Prewitt and Thoreau communities on the Navajo Nation Reservation

Acting Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Aurene Martin, rear, with students during dedication day tour of the newly opened Baca/Dlo'ay azhi Community School in Prewitt, New Mexico, Bureau of Indian Affairs-operated school serving the Prewitt and Thoreau communities on the Navajo Nation Reservation

Acting Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs, Aurene Martin, second from left, on dedication day tour of the newly opened Baca/Dlo'ay azhi Community School in Prewitt, New Mexico, Bureau of Indian Affairs-operated school serving the Prewitt and Thoreau communities on the Navajo Nation Reservation

Acting Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs, Aurene Martin, speaking at dedication ceremonies at the newly opened Baca/Dlo'ay azhi Community School in Prewitt, New Mexico, Bureau of Indian Affairs-operated school serving the Prewitt and Thoreau communities on the Navajo Nation Reservation

Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Aurene Martin, third from front, visiting the cafeteria during dedication day tour of the newly opened Baca/Dlo'ay azhi Community School in Prewitt, New Mexico, Bureau of Indian Affairs-operated school serving the Prewitt and Thoreau communities on the Navajo Nation Reservation

Acting Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs, Aurene Martin, speaking at dedication ceremonies at the newly opened Baca/Dlo'ay azhi Community School in Prewitt, New Mexico, Bureau of Indian Affairs-operated school serving the Prewitt and Thoreau communities on the Navajo Nation Reservation

Acting Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs, Aurene Martin, speaking at dedication ceremonies at the newly opened Baca/Dlo'ay azhi Community School in Prewitt, New Mexico, Bureau of Indian Affairs-operated school serving the Prewitt and Thoreau communities on the Navajo Nation Reservation

Structure in newly opened Baca/Dlo'ay azhi Community School in Prewitt, New Mexico, Bureau of Indian Affairs-operated school serving the Prewitt and Thoreau communities on the Navajo Nation Reservation. Dedication ceremony for the school, whose design incorporates elements of Navajo culture, was attended by Secretary Gale Norton

Architectural highlight of newly opened Baca/Dlo'ay azhi Community School in Prewitt, New Mexico, Bureau of Indian Affairs-operated school serving the Prewitt and Thoreau communities on the Navajo Nation Reservation. Dedication ceremony for the school, whose design incorporates elements of Navajo culture,was attended by Secretary Gale Norton

Architectural highlight of newly opened Baca/Dlo'ay azhi Community School in Prewitt, New Mexico, Bureau of Indian Affairs-operated school serving the Prewitt and Thoreau communities on the Navajo Nation Reservation. Dedication ceremony for the school, whose design incorporates elements of Navajo culture,was attended by Secretary Gale Norton

Newly opened Baca/Dlo'ay azhi Community School in Prewitt, New Mexico, Bureau of Indian Affairs-operated school serving the Prewitt and Thoreau communities on the Navajo Nation Reservation. Dedication ceremony for the school, whose design incorporates elements of Navajo culture, was attended by Secretary Gale Norton

Acting Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs, Aurene Martin, speaking at dedication ceremonies at the newly opened Baca/Dlo'ay azhi Community School in Prewitt, New Mexico, Bureau of Indian Affairs-operated school serving the Prewitt and Thoreau communities on the Navajo Nation Reservation

Acting Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs, Aurene Martin, speaking at dedication ceremonies at the newly opened Baca/Dlo'ay azhi Community School in Prewitt, New Mexico, Bureau of Indian Affairs-operated school serving the Prewitt and Thoreau communities on the Navajo Nation Reservation

Acting Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Aurene Martin, rear second from left, with students during dedication day tour of the newly opened Baca/Dlo'ay azhi Community School in Prewitt, New Mexico, Bureau of Indian Affairs-operated school serving the Prewitt and Thoreau communities on the Navajo Nation Reservation

Acting Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs, Aurene Martin, speaking at dedication ceremonies at the newly opened Baca/Dlo'ay azhi Community School in Prewitt, New Mexico, Bureau of Indian Affairs-operated school serving the Prewitt and Thoreau communities on the Navajo Nation Reservation

Structure in newly opened Baca/Dlo'ay azhi Community School in Prewitt, New Mexico, Bureau of Indian Affairs-operated school serving the Prewitt and Thoreau communities on the Navajo Nation Reservation. Dedication ceremony for the school, whose design incorporates elements of Navajo culture, was attended by Secretary Gale Norton

US Secretary of State, Colin Powell (right), and his entourage board a US Army (USA) UH-60 Black Hawk Helicopter at Baghdad International Airport (IAP), Iraq. Secretary Powell is touring Iraq to see first hand the progress being made by the international community and by the Iraqi people in rebuilding their nation, during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

US Secretary of State, Colin Powell, meets and shakes hands with the crew of a US Air Force (USAF) C-130 Hercules aircraft, upon his arrival at Baghdad International Airport (IAP), Iraq. Secretary Powell is touring Iraq to see first hand the progress being made by the international community and by the Iraqi people in rebuilding their nation, during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

The Honorable Raymond F. Dubois (left), Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Installations and Environment (DUSD/I&E), listens to Dennis Bellamy (second from left), Director of Marine Corps Community Services, explain why a larger gym is needed during the tour of the Devil Dog Gym at Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Cherry Point, North Carolina (NC). This is part of Secretary Dubois official visit to various military installations around the country in order to decide which will be place on the Base Re-alignment and Closure (BRAC) list

Colonel Stephen Ackman, Commander of Fort Buchanan, Puerto Rico, left, listened to Major General (Retired) Felix Santoni, Civilian Aide to the Secretary of the Army, welcome the Continental US (CONUS) soldiers who participated with the 301st Military Police Unit, attached to the 65th Regional Readiness Command, active US Army Reserve-San Juan Puerto Rico. They had just come back from the duty at Abu Ghraib Prison Camp, Iraq. Here the MP's were given a luncheon in their honor at the community club on the base. (U.S. Army photo by Joseph Bonet) (Released)

US Navy (USN) Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Military Community and Family Policy Leslye A. Arsht and Colonel (COL) Valerie Ratliff get a tour of the bridge of the USN Amphibious Assault Ship USS TARAWA (LHA 1) from Captain (CAPT) Peter Murphy, TARAWA's Commanding Officer (CO). Secretary Arsht is touring the TARAWA in San Diego, California (CA), to gain perspective on the quality of life aboard Navy Vessels

Photograph, from coverage of Capitol Hill ceremony marking announcement of first round of Preserve America grants and designation of first five Preserve America Community Neighborhoods, selected for use in preparation of Department of Interior video on tenure of departing Secretary Gale Norton

The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld, U.S. Secretary of Defense, delivers the keynote address during the Fort Belvoir SENIOR Non-Commissioned Officers Quarterly Leadership Breakfast being held at the Community Club on Fort Belvoir, Va., on June 27, 2006. (U.S. Army photo by STAFF SGT. Gary Hillard) (Released)

The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld, U.S. Secretary of Defense, signs autographs after delivering the keynote address during the Fort Belvoir SENIOR Non-Commissioned Officers Quarterly Leadership Breakfast being held at the Community Club on Fort Belvoir, Va., on June 27, 2006. (U.S. Army photo by STAFF SGT. Gary Hillard) (Released)

The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld (left), U.S. Secretary of Defense, talks to U.S. Army 2nd Battalion, 4th Infantry Regiment, 10th Mountain Division Soldiers and thanks them for their hard work and sacrifice in helping the Afghan people during Operation Enduring Freedom. The Secretary is addressing the soldiers in the Qalat Provincial Reconstruction Team headquarters, in the provincial capital city of Qalat, Zabul Provnice, Islamic Republic of Afghanistan on July 11, 2006, while visiting to check on the progress of the local community building effort in Qalat and to speak with U.S. Soldiers. (U.S. Army photo by SGT. Andre'Reynolds) (Released)