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Cutler, Th - State: [Blank] - Year: 1830 - File Number: C113

Cutler, S W - State: [Blank] - Year: 1830 - File Number: C139

Cutler, J B - State: [Blank] - Year: 1830 - File Number: C185

Cutler, [Blank] - State: [Blank] - Year: 1833 - File Number: C248

Cutler, E - State: New York - Year: 1835 - File Number: C467

Cutler, E - State: New York - Year: 1836 - File Number: C410

Cutler, Lon Alias - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Cutler, Charles S - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Cutler, C S - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Cutler, O N - State: Washington - Year: 1865

American Red Cross - Groups - League of the Red Cross Societies. Left to right: Sir David Henderson; Oties H. Cutler; Prof. Ninagawa; Sir Arthur Stanley; Henry P. Davison; Senator Frascara; Comte de Kergorley; Dr. Stockton Axson

Building (House of Cutler (White))

Walter Mondale and Harold Brown - Reviewing maps, Fr. 2A; Walter Mondale - With staff, Fr. 3A-4A; Jimmy Carter - Meeting in Oval Office with Joseph (Jody) Powell, Jr, Lloyd Cutler, Hamilton Jordan, for the negotiations of the release of the Iranian hostages, Fr. 5A-8A Talking on phone, Fr. 9A-10A; Signing documents, Fr. 10A; Speaking to reporters in the Briefing Room in the White House, Fr.13A-20A

Jimmy Carter - In Oval Office at desk and on phone negotiating the Iran Hostage return with Lloyd Cutler, Fr. 5-7; Jimmy Carter - Knotting his tie, Fr. 8-9; Jimmy Carter - At interior Oval Office door, Fr. 10-11; Jimmy Carter - In Oval Office, Fr. 12-13; With Gary Sick and Hamilton Jordan and Lloyd Cutler, Fr. 14-15

Jimmy Carter - In Oval Office at desk and on phone negotiating the Iran Hostage return with Lloyd Cutler, Fr. 5-12; Jimmy Carter - Knotting his tie, Fr. 13; Jimmy Carter - Bust shots and on phone, Fr. 14-26

4-11 Elliot Cutler; 14-17 Edie Draper Group; 18-20 Bob Pope

Jimmy Carter and Rosalynn Carter - Meeting in the Oval Office with Lloyd Cutler, Hamilton Jordan, Edmund Muskie, Walter Mondale, Stanfield Turner, Gary Sick for Iranian hostage release negotiations

Jimmy Carter - Meeting in Oval Office with Lloyd Cutler, G. William Miller, Joseph (Jody) Powell, Jr. for Iranian hostage release negotiations

Jimmy Carter - With Hamilton Jordan, Gerald Rafshoon, G. William Miller, Lloyd Cutler celebrating the release of the release of the Iranian hostages

Jimmy Carter - With Lloyd Cutler and grandchild in Oval Office, Fr. 3A-7A; Meeting with Edmund Muskie, and Lloyd Cutler, Fr. 8A-13A; Hamilton Jordan, Walter Mondale, Edmund Muskie, Fr. 14A-17A; Cabinet Room meeting with Lloyd Cutler, G. William Miller, Hamilton Jordan, for Iranian hostages release negotiations, Fr. 20A-22A; Discussion with Gary Sick, Lloyd Cutler, G. William Miller, Fr. 23A-25A; Jimmy Carter - Discussion with Gary Sick, Lloyd Cutler, G. William Miller, Fr. 26A-28A; Jimmy Carter - Meeting in Cabinet Room with G. William Miller, Joseph (Jody) Powell, Jr. for Iranian hostages release negotiations, Fr. 29A-35A

Jimmy Carter and Rosalynn Carter - Meeting in the Oval Office with Lloyd Cutler, Hamilton Jordan, Edmund Muskie, Walter Mondale, Stanfield Turner, Gary Sick for Iranian hostage release negotiations

Edmund Muskie - Talking on phone, Fr. 2A-3A; Joseph (Jody) Powell, Jr. - Talking on phone, Fr. 4A-5A; Meeting in the Cabinet Room with Hamilton Jordan, G. William Miller, Lloyd Cutler, Michael Cardoza for Iranian hostage release negotiations, Fr. 6A-14A; Jimmy Carter - Looking pensive, Fr. 15A-18A

Hamilton Jordan, Stanfield Turner, G. William Miller, Lloyd Cutler and Harold Brown looking at maps and discussing the Iranian Hostage release negotiations

Jimmy Carter - Foreign Policy Breakfast Meeting with Harold Brown, Z. Brzezinski, Warren Christopher, Lloyd Cutler, Edmund Muskie and Jack Watson, Fr. 3-15; Rosalynn Carter - Private coffee with Alexandria, Virginia women, Fr.18-19; Rosalynn Carter and Amy Carter - With guests, Fr. 20-27

SENIOR CHIEF Machinist's Mate Dennis Cutler watches the sun rise over the Sinai Peninsula from the deck of the guided missile destroyer USS WILLIAM V. PRATT (DDG-44). The PRATT, flagship of the Maritime Interdiction Force, has been enforcing U.N. trade sanctions against Iraq during Operation Desert Storm

SENIOR CHIEF Machinist's mate Dennis Cutler and Boilerman Technician 2nd Class Thomas Coppie converse as they watch the sun rise over the Sinai Peninsula from the deck of the guided missile destroyer USS WILLIAM V. PRATT (DDG-44). The PRATT, flagship of the Maritime Interdiction Force, has been enforcing U.N. trade sanctions against Iraq during Operation Desert Storm

SENIOR CHIEF Machinist's mate Dennis Cutler and Boilerman Technician 2nd Class Thomas Coppie converse as they watch the sun rise over the Sinai Peninsula from the deck of the guided missile destroyer USS WILLIAM V. PRATT (DDG-44). The PRATT, flagship of the Maritime Interdiction Force, has been enforcing U.N. trade sanctions against Iraq during Operation Desert Storm

SENIOR CHIEF Machinist's Mate Dennis Cutler watches the sun rise over the Sinai Peninsula from the deck of the guided missile destroyer USS WILLIAM V. PRATT (DDG-44). The PRATT, flagship of the Maritime Interdiction Force, has been enforcing U.N. trade sanctions against Iraq during Operation Desert Storm

CPL Robert Cutler, 5th Marines, explains the entrenching tool (E-tool) to Bangladesh soldiers. Marines are in the region as part of Operation Sea Angel, a U.S. military effort to aid victims of a cyclone which struck the area on April 30th

Rear Admiral (lower half) J. Cutler Dawson, USN

(from left to right) US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Mathew M. Quirin , US Air Force Captain Leo Lawson, Jr., and US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Draig V. Cutler, United States Air Force Honor Guard, Bolling Air Force Base, Washington, DC, participate in a Memorial Day ceremony at the Suresnes American Military Cemetery in Paris, France

US Navy (USN) Vice Admiral (VADM) J. Cutler Dawson, Jr. (second from left), Commander, USN Second Fleet, and members of his staff, arrive on board the aircraft carrier USS GEORGE WASHINGTON (CVN 73) to plan and prepare for contingency operations in the aftermath of the World Trade Center and Pentagon attacks

Captain (CAPT) Kevin Cutler, USAF, Utah Air National Guard, Judge Advocate office provides AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Dustin Hall, USAF, 151st Security Forces Squadron (SFS), with advice at one of the stations in the mobility processing line. The 151st SFS activated in support of Operation NOBLE EAGLE

US Air Force (USAF) Brigadier General (BGEN) Thomas G. Cutler (center), Commander, 127th Wing, shakes hands with Air National Guard (ANG) Crew CHIEF, Technical Sergeant (TSGT) Bill Yurgen, in from of the new "Lets Roll" logo that will be displayed on one of the 127th Wings F-16C Fighting Falcon aircraft, on the flight line at Selfridge Air National Guard Base (ANGB) Michigan (MI)

US Air Force (USAF) Brigadier General (BGEN) Thomas G. Cutler (right), Commander, 127th Wing, shakes hands with Air National Guard (ANG) Crew Chiefs, MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) Mike Edwards in from of the new "Lets Roll" logo that is displayed on one of the 127th Wings C-130 Hercules aircraft, on the flight line at Selfridge Air National Guard Base (ANGB) Michigan (MI)

US Air Force (USAF) Brigadier General (BGEN) Thomas G. Cutler, Commander, 127th Wing, gives brief opening remarks, during a Spring snow fall, regarding the new "Lets Roll" logos that will be displayed on one of the 127th Wings C-130 Hercules aircraft, on the flight line at Selfridge Air National Guard Base (ANGB) Michigan (MI)

US Air Force (USAF) Brigadier General (BGEN) Thomas G. Cutler (center), Commander, 127th Wing, addresses members of the local new media, regarding the new "Lets Roll" logo that is about to be unveiled on one of the 127th Wings C-130 Hercules aircraft, on the flight line at Selfridge Air National Guard Base (ANGB) Michigan (MI)

US Air Force (USAF) Brigadier General (BGEN) Thomas G. Cutler (center), Commander, 127th Wing, poses for a photograph with two Air National Guard (ANG) Crew Chiefs, MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) Mike Edwards (left) and Technical Sergeant (TSGT) Mark Dubois, in from of the new "Lets Roll" logo that will be displayed on one of the 127th Wings C-130 Hercules aircraft, on the flight line at Selfridge Air National Guard Base (ANGB) Michigan (MI)

Brigadier General (BGEN) Thomas Cutler, the 127th Wing Commander, explains operations to US Senator Carl Levin, from inside the operations room of an alert facility as Major (MAJ) Charles "Chuckles" Dierkes, left, Colonel (COL) Mike Peplinski, Commander of the 107th Fighter Squadron (FS) and Barb Kozak, the Selfridge Starbase Director look on

United States Air Force (USAF) Colonel (COL) Mike "Pep" Peplinski, left and Brigadier General (BGEN) Thomas Cutler, right, brief US Senator Carl Levin, on the alert facility at Selfridge Air National Guard Base (ANGB), Michigan, as the 107th Fighter Squadron (FS) prepares to deploy, in support of Operation NOBLE EAGLE 2002

US Air Force (USAF) Brigadier General (BGEN) Thomas Cutler (foreground), Commander, 127th Wing, Michigan (MI) Air National Guard (ANG); USAF Major (MAJ) Bill Johnston, and USAF Colonel Bob Johnston, plot coordinates for a simulated crash site during a Military Accident Response Exercise at Selfridge, Air National Guard Base (ANGB), Michigan (MI)

A local press photographer captures a conversation between, left to right, Michigan (MI) Assistant Adjutant General (AAG) Brigadier General (BGEN) Kencil Heaton MI Adjutant General (MAG) Major General (MGEN) Thomas Cutler, MI Adjutant General, The Honorable US Senator Carl Levin for MI and the 127th Wing Commander (WC), Colonel (COL) Robert Johnston, just prior to the Chow Hall Ground Breaking ceremony

Breaking ground for a new joint services Mess Hall and Community Building, are left to right, Michigan US Air Force (USAF) Air National Guard (ANG) Assistant Adjutant General (AAG) Brigadier General (BGEN) Kencil Heaton, 927th Air Refueling Wing (ARW) Mission Support Group (MSG) Commander, Lieutenant Colonel (LCOL) Bill Laraway, 127th Wing Commander (WC), Colonel (COL) Robert Johnston, The Honorable US Senator Carl Levin of Michigan (MI), Michigan Adjutant General (MAG) Major General (MGEN) Thomas Cutler, Don Patton, Vice President (VP) of Anzaldua/Garrison and Jesse Anzaldua, President of Anzaldua/Garrison - A joint venture company contracted for the job

US Air Force (USAF) STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Landon Cutler (right) with the 91st Space Wing (SW) "Roughriders," Minot Air Force Base (AFB), North Dakota (ND), works on equipment, while SSGT Ananh Torr assists during the Electronics Laboratory Event at Vandenberg Air Force Base (AFB), California (CA). Guardian Challenge, the world's premier space and missile competition, is a four-day event hosted annually at Vandenberg AFB

The Adjutant General (AG) of the Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG) Major General (MGEN) Tomas G. Cutler, helps the State of Michigan employees with a Habitat for Humanity housing project in Lansing, Michigan (MI). (A3596)

Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG) Soldiers rejoin their units after being decorated by Michigan (MI) Governor Jennifer Granholm and MIARNG Major General (MGEN) Thomas Cutler, during a ceremony at the Annual Training Parade marking the end of the 2005 Annual Training Exercise (ATE) at Camp Grayling, Michigan. (A3596)

Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG) STAFF Sergeant (SSG) Benard Hall of Lansing, Michigan (MI), Service Battery, 1ST Battalion, 119th Field Artillery, is decorated by Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm and MIARNG Major General (MGEN) Thomas Cutler, during a ceremony at the Annual Training Parade marking the end of the 2005 Annual Training Exercise (ATE) at Camp Grayling, Michigan. (A3596)

Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG) SPECIALIST (SPC) Lynn Strebe, from the Ishpeming, Michigan (MI), Headquarters Company, 107th Engineer Battalion, is decorated by Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm and MIARNG Major General (MGEN) Thomas Cutler, during an awards ceremony held during the Annual Training Parade marking the end of the 2005 Annual Training Exercise (ATE) at Camp Grayling, Michigan. (A3596)

Mr. Rick Kieffer, left, father of STAFF Sergeant (SSG) Rick Kieffer, from the Detroit, Michigan (MI), Security Force Battery (SFB) receives a plaque from Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm, right and Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG) Major General (MGEN) Thomas Cutler, during a ceremony at the Annual Training Parade marking the end of the 2005 Annual Training Exercise (ATE) at Camp Grayling, Michigan. SSG Kieffer died March 15, 2005 in Baghdad, Iraq, when enemy forces using small arms fire attacked his unit. (A3596)

Mr. Rick Kieffer, left, father of STAFF Sergeant (SSG) Rick Kieffer, from the Detroit, Michigan (MI), Security Force Battery (SFB) receives a plaque from Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm, right and Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG) Major General (MGEN) Thomas Cutler, during a ceremony at the Annual Training Parade marking the end of the 2005 Annual Training Exercise (ATE) at Camp Grayling, Michigan. SSG Kieffer died March 15, 2005 in Baghdad, Iraq, when enemy forces using small arms fire attacked his unit. (A3596)

Michigan (MI) Governor Jennifer Granholm and Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG) Major General (MGEN) Thomas Cutler, review the troops from an open High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) at the MIARNG Annual Training Parade marking the end of the 2005 Annual Training Exercise (ATE) at Camp Grayling, Michigan. (A3596)

Michigan (MI) Governor Jennifer Granholm and Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG) Major General (MGEN) Thomas Cutler, review the troops from an open High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) at the MIARNG Annual Training Parade marking the end of the 2005 Annual Training Exercise (ATE) at Camp Grayling, Michigan. (A3596) (SUBSTANDARD)

Mr. Rick Kieffer, left, father of STAFF Sergeant (SSG) Rick Kieffer, from the Detroit, Michigan (MI), Security Force Battery (SFB) receives a plaque from Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm, right and Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG) Major General (MGEN) Thomas Cutler, during a ceremony at the Annual Training Parade marking the end of the 2005 Annual Training Exercise (ATE) at Camp Grayling, Michigan. SSG Kieffer died March 15, 2005 in Baghdad, Iraq, when enemy forces using small arms fire attacked his unit. (A3596)

Michigan (MI) Governor Jennifer Granholm and Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG) Major General (MGEN) Thomas Cutler, present an award from the Founders and Patriots of America during a ceremony at the Annual Training Parade marking the end of the 2005 Annual Training Exercise (ATE) at Camp Grayling, Michigan. (A3596)

Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG) SPECIALIST (SPC) Lynn Strebe, from the Ishpeming, Michigan (MI), Headquarters Company, 107th Engineer Battalion, is decorated by Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm and MIARNG Major General (MGEN) Thomas Cutler, during an awards ceremony held during the Annual Training Parade marking the end of the 2005 Annual Training Exercise (ATE) at Camp Grayling, Michigan. (A3596)

Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG) Captain (CPT) Gregory Cooper, Commander of the Alma, Michigan (MI), Bravo Battery, 1ST Battalion, 182nd Field Artillery, is decorated by Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm and MIARNG Major General (MGEN) Thomas Cutler, during an awards ceremony held during the Annual Training Parade marking the end of the 2005 Annual Training Exercise (ATE) at Camp Grayling, Michigan. (A3596)

Michigan (MI) Governor Jennifer Granholm and Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG) Major General (MGEN) Thomas Cutler, review the troops from an open High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) at the MIARNG Annual Training Parade marking the end of the 2005 Annual Training Exercise (ATE) at Camp Grayling, Michigan. (A3596)

Polish Legion of American Veterans (PLAV) member Gene Hentowski, left and Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) State SENIOR Vice Commander Jim Warner listen to Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG) Major General (MGEN) Thomas Cutler giving a presentation on the layout of the Joint Forces Headquarters building in Lansing, Michigan. (A3596)

Stuart Pigler (left) (Congressman Rogers office), Connie Feuerstein (Debbie Stabenow's office), Richard Ball (Michigan Representative District 5), Major General (MGEN) Thomas G. Cutler (Adjutant General for the State of Michigan), US Congressman Dave Camp, Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG) Captain (CPT) Middaugh, and Stephen Corey (right) (Mayor of Corunna) hold up an architectural rendering after breaking ground at the Michigan National Guard Shiawassee Readiness Center in Corunna, Michigan (MI). The Center will house the 144th Military Police Company (MP CO), Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG)

Major General (MGEN) Thomas G. Cutler, Adjutant General for the State of Michigan, addresses the gathering at a groundbreaking ceremony for the new Shiawasee Readiness Center in Corunna, MI. The Center will replace the current National Guard armory located in Owasso, MI and will be home to approximately 180 soldiers of the 144th Military Police Company (MP CO), Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG)

Major General (MGEN) Thomas G. Cutler, Adjutant General for the State of Michigan, addresses the gathering at a groundbreaking ceremony for the new Shiawasee Readiness Center in Corunna, MI. The Center will replace the current National Guard armory located in Owasso, MI and will be home to approximately 180 soldiers of the 144th Military Police Company (MP CO), Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG)

US Air Force (USAF) Major General (MGEN) Thomas G. Cutler, Adjutant General for the State of Michigan, addresses the gathering at a groundbreaking ceremony for the new Shiawasee Readiness Center in Corunna, MI. The Center will replace the current National Guard armory located in Owasso, MI and will be home to approximately 180 soldiers of the 144th Military Police Company (MP CO), Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG)

Representative Richard Ball (background) (R-MI), Michigan (MI) State Representative District 5; Major General (MGEN) Thomas G. Cutler, Adjutant General for the State of Michigan; US Congressman Dave Camp; and Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG) Captain (CPT) Middaugh (foreground), look over the plans for the new Shiawasee Readiness Center being built for 144th Military Police Company (MP CO), Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG)

Stuart Pigler (left) (Congressman Rogers office), Connie Feuerstein (Debbie Stabenow's office), Richard Ball (Michigan Representative District 5), US Congressman Dave Camp, Major General (MGEN) Thomas G. Cutler (Adjutant General for the State of Michigan), Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG) Captain (CPT) Middaugh, and Stephen Corey (right) (Mayor of Corunna) break ground at the Michigan National Guard Shiawassee Readiness Center in Corunna, Michigan (MI). The Center will house the 144th Military Police Company (MP CO), Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG)

Representative Richard Ball (foreground) (R-MI), Michigan (MI) State Representative District 5; Major General (MGEN) Thomas G. Cutler, Adjutant General for the State of Michigan; US Congressman Dave Camp; and Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG) Captain (CPT) Middaugh (background), look over the plans for the new Shiawasee Readiness Center being built for 144th Military Police Company (MP CO), Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG)

US Army (USA) Major General (MGEN) Thomas Cutler (front row second from right, Michigan State Adjutant General, and USA Sergeant (SGT) James Day (front row second from left), 263rd Personnel Services Detachment, Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG), pose for a group photograph with members of Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post No. 3293, during a Welcome Home Ceremony, for Soldiers assigned to the 263rd Personnel Services Detachment at Lansing, Michigan (MI). The Soldiers are returning from a one-year deployment to Iraq, in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. (A3695)

US Army (USA) Major General (MGEN) Thomas Cutler (left), Michigan State Adjutant General, welcomes USA Sergeant (SGT) Charles Murphy, 263rd Personnel Services Detachment, Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG), as he arrives home at Lansing, Michigan (MI), returning from a one-year deployment to Iraq, in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. (A3695)

US Army (USA) Soldiers assigned to the 263rd Personnel Services Detachment, Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG), are meet by high-ranking officials as they arrive at their home in Lansing, Michigan (MI), returning home from a one-year deployment to Iraq, in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. Pictured left-to-right: US Army (USA) Brigadier General (BGEN) Robert V. Taylor (left), Assistant Adjutant General for the Army; USA Major General (MGEN) Thomas Cutler, Michigan State Adjutant General, and USA SPECIALIST (SPC) Kyle Whitehead, 263rd Personnel Services Detachment. (A3695)

US Army (USA) Major General (MGEN) Thomas Cutler (left), Michigan State Adjutant General, welcomes a USA Sergeant (SGT) from the 263rd Personnel Services Detachment, Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG), arriving home at Lansing, Michigan (MI), returning from a one-year deployment to Iraq, in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

US Army (USA) Major General (MGEN) Thomas Cutler (left), Michigan State Adjutant General, poses for a group photograph with USA Sergeant (SGT) and Mrs. Charles Murphy, during a Welcome Home Ceremony, for Soldiers assigned to the 263rd Personnel Services Detachment, Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG), at Lansing, Michigan (MI). The Soldiers are returning from a one-year deployment to Iraq, in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. (A3695)

US Army (USA) Major General (MGEN) Thomas Cutler (left), Michigan State Adjutant General, welcomes home USA Sergeant (SGT) Charles Murphy, 263rd Personnel Services Detachment, Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG), as he arrives home at Lansing, Michigan (MI), returning from a one-year deployment to Iraq, in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. (A3695)

US Army (USA) Brigadier General (BGEN) Robert V. Taylor (foreground left), Assistant Adjutant General for the Army; greets a USA Sergeant (SGT) from the 263rd Personnel Services Detachment, Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG), as he arrives at home in Lansing, Michigan (MI), returning from a one-year deployment to Iraq, in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. USA Major General (MGEN) Thomas Cutler, Michigan State Adjutant General, is pictured in the background. (A3695)

US Army (USA) Major General (MGEN) Thomas Cutler (left), Michigan State Adjutant General, welcomes a USA SPECIALIST from the 263rd Personnel Services Detachment, Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG), arriving home at Lansing, Michigan (MI), returning from a one-year deployment to Iraq, in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

US Army (USA) Major General (MGEN) Thomas Cutler (left), Michigan State Adjutant General, welcomes home a USA Sergeant (SGT) from the 263rd Personnel Services Detachment, Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG), as she arrives home at Lansing, Michigan (MI), from a one-year deployment to Iraq, in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. (A3695)

US Army (USA) Major General (MGEN) Thomas Cutler (left), Michigan State Adjutant General, welcomes home a USA Specialists (SPC) from the 263rd Personnel Services Detachment, Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG), as he arrives home at Lansing, Michigan (MI), from a one-year deployment to Iraq, in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. (A3695)

US Army (USA) Soldiers assigned to the 263rd Personnel Services Detachment, Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG), are meet by high-ranking officials as they arrive at their home in Lansing, Michigan (MI), returning home from a one-year deployment to Iraq, in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. Pictured left-to-right: US Army (USA) Brigadier General (BGEN) Robert V. Taylor (left), Assistant Adjutant General for the Army; USA Major General (MGEN) Thomas Cutler, Michigan State Adjutant General, and USA SPECIALIST (SPC) Michelle Carvalho, 263rd Personnel Services Detachment. (A3695)

US Army (USA) Soldiers assigned to the 263rd Personnel Services Detachment, Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG), are meet by high-ranking officials as they arrive at their home in Lansing, Michigan (MI), returning home from a one-year deployment to Iraq, in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. Pictured left-to-right: US Army (USA) Brigadier General (BGEN) Robert V. Taylor (left), Assistant Adjutant General for the Army; USA Major General (MGEN) Thomas Cutler, Michigan State Adjutant General, and USA Captain (CPT) Brian Bonney, 263rd Personnel Services Detachment. (A3695)

US Army (USA) Major General (MGEN) Thomas Cutler (right), Michigan State Adjutant General, uses a digital camera to photograph USA Sergeant (SGT) and Mrs. Charles Murphy, during a Welcome Home Ceremony, for Soldiers assigned to the 263rd Personnel Services Detachment, Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG), at Lansing, Michigan (MI). The Soldiers are returning from a one-year deployment to Iraq, in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. (A3695)

US Army (USA) Major General (MGEN) Thomas Cutler, Michigan State Adjutant General, gives a speech during a Welcome Home Ceremony, for Soldiers assigned to the 263rd Personnel Services Detachment, Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG), at Lansing, Michigan (MI). The Soldiers are returning from a one-year deployment to Iraq, in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. (A3695)Iraq, in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. (A3695)

US Army (USA) Soldiers assigned to the 263rd Personnel Services Detachment, Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG), are meet by high-ranking officials as they arrive at their home in Lansing, Michigan (MI), returning home from a one-year deployment to Iraq, in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. Pictured left-to-right: US Army (USA) Brigadier General (BGEN) Robert V. Taylor (left), Assistant Adjutant General for the Army; USA Major General (MGEN) Thomas Cutler, Michigan State Adjutant General, and USA Captain (CPT) Brian Bonney, 263rd Personnel Services Detachment. (A3695)

The US Army (USA) Command Element for 1ST Battalion, 119th Field Artillery (1-119th FA), Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG), awaits the return of their Soldiers re-deploying home to Lansing, Michigan (MI), following a one year tour of duty in Iraq. Pictured left-to-right: USA Major General (MGEN) Thomas Cutler, Michigan State Adjutant; USA Brigadier General (BGEN) Robert Taylor; and USA Command Sergeant Major (CSM) Kenneth Slee, 1-119th FA. (A3596)

US Army (USA) Major General (MGEN) Thomas Cutler (left), Michigan State Adjutant; greets a USA Soldiers assigned to Headquarters (HQ), 1ST Battalion, 119th Field Artillery (1-119th FA), Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG), arriving by bus at the armory at Lansing, Michigan (MI), returning home following a one year tour of duty in Iraq. (A3596)

US Army (USA) Major General (MGEN) Thomas Cutler, Michigan State Adjutant; speaks during a Homecoming Ceremony for USA Soldiers assigned to Headquarters (HQ), 1ST Battalion, 119th Field Artillery (1-119th FA), Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG), at the armory in Lansing, Michigan (MI), returning home following a one year tour of duty in Iraq. (A3596)

[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Fernley, NV, January 10, 2008 -- FEMA FCO Michael Karl (right) listens along with Lyon County Emergency Manager Jeff Page (back to camera), and Small Business Administration (SBA) Team Leader Michael Tippet, as Mayor Todd Cutler describes the canal break to Congressman Dean Heller. The broken canal flooded approximately 200 homes impacting about 2,000 residents. George Armstrong/FEMA

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