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Joseph Curry, Deputy CHIEF, New York Fire Department, barks orders to rescue teams as firefighters and rescue teams search for survivors through the rubble and debris of the World Trade Centers in New York City in the area known as Ground Zero, after the 9/11 terrorists attacks

American Red Cross - Groups - American Red Cross Officers from England, France, and Italyin conference at London headquarters. Back row, left to right: Lieut. Richard Emmet of Harvard, assistant to the Chief of Staff at London; Maj. Charles M. Bakewell of Yale, now deputy commissionerto Italy; Major L.P. Marvin of New York, deputy commissioner to Great Britain. Front row, left to right: Maj. W.S. Patten, Maj. James H. Perkins, Lt. Col. R.P. Perkins, Major Ralph Preston

American Red Cross - Groups - American Red Cross Commissioners to Great Britain, France and Italy. On the steps of the London Headquarters, 32 Grosvenor Gardens. In the front row left to right: Maj. William S. Patten, Deputy Commissioner to Great Britain, Maj. Jas. S. Perkins, Head of the American Red Cross in Europe, Col. Robert P. Perkins, commissioner to Italy, Maj. Ralph Preston. Back row: Major Charles M. Bakewell, Maj, Langdon Sec. Marvin of the Harvard Club of New York

American Red Cross - N thru W - Red Cross Commissioner in England. Major R. Stuart Smith of Philadelphia, deputy commissioner of the American Red Cross in Great Britain

Artists - Painting of American Troops marching in Paris for Philadelphia Museum. H.M. Deputy in his studio and his picture of the American troops parading in Paris on the Fourth of July. The painting is to hang in a Philadelphia museum

American Red Cross - Groups - American Red Cross Commission to Archangel sailed Aug. 25, 1918, under direction of Major C.T. Williams; Deputy C. commissioner Major W.D. Kirkpatrick; Chief Medical Officer on S.S. Ascutney, which was loaned by U.S. Government to Red Cross

American Red Cross - N thru W - Major C.T. Williams, Deputy Commissioner of the Red Cross

American Red Cross - I thru M - Major Langdon P. Marvin of New York, Deputy Commisioner for Great Britain of the American Red Cross. Major Marvin is a New York Lawyer, and is also President of various Harvard bodies, including the Harvard Club of New York. He is affectionately known to his colleagues in the Red Cross as the "Chief of Staff."

American Red Cross - Groups - Major Williams and Kirkpatrick, Deputy Commissioners of American Red Cross

American Red Cross - Groups - American Red Cross in England. Col. John N. Finlay of New York, American Red Cross Commissioner for Palestine (in raincoat), and Major Solomon Lowenstein of N.Y., Deputy Commissioner to Palestine, at Red Cross headquarters in London

Artists - French Artworks - "La Fin D'un Brave." Water color, executed by a wounded French soldier, Frank Deputy, depicts a scene from the Somme front. Such works are sold in this country by the Comite des Etudiants Americains de l' Ecole des Beaux Arts to increase the funds of the organization

American Red Cross - Groups - American Red Cross Officers in England. Maj. R. Stuart Smith of the American Red Cross and head of the Department of Home Communciations and Casualty Information, in rain coat, and Maj. F. Harper Sibley of Rochester, N.Y., Deputy Commissioner of the American Red Cross and head of the Department of Supplies

Photograph of Mr. Herbert Angel, Deputy Archivist of the United States

Dublin - Deputy Chief of Mission Residence

Dublin - Deputy Chief of Mission Residence

Dublin - Deputy Chief of Mission Residence

Dublin - Deputy Chief of Mission Residence

Dublin - Deputy Chief of Mission Residence

Dublin - Deputy Chief of Mission Residence

Dublin - Deputy Chief of Mission Residence

Dublin - Deputy Chief of Mission Residence

Dublin - Deputy Chief of Mission Residence

Dublin - Deputy Chief of Mission Residence

Dublin - Deputy Chief of Mission Residence

Dublin - Deputy Chief of Mission Residence

Dublin - Deputy Chief of Mission Residence

[Paris Apartment of C. Burke Elbrick, Asst. Deputy for Political Affairs, SRE]

[Elmer Williams - New Labor Deputy]

[Paris Apartment of C. Burke Elbrick, Asst. Deputy for Political Affairs, SRE]

[Paris Apartment of C. Burke Elbrick, Asst. Deputy for Political Affairs, SRE]

[Elmer Williams - New Labor Deputy]

[Paris Apartment of C. Burke Elbrick, Asst. Deputy for Political Affairs, SRE]

[Paris Apartment of C. Burke Elbrick, Asst. Deputy for Political Affairs, SRE]

[Paris Apartment of C. Burke Elbrick, Asst. Deputy for Political Affairs, SRE]

[Elmer Williams - New Labor Deputy]

[Van Vredenburch, NATO Deputy Secretary General]

[Elmer Williams - New Labor Deputy]

[Paris Apartment of C. Burke Elbrick, Asst. Deputy for Political Affairs, SRE]

[Waldemar Nielson Deputy Director Info.]

[Elmer Williams - New Labor Deputy]

[Paris Apartment of C. Burke Elbrick, Asst. Deputy for Political Affairs, SRE]

[Paris Apartment of C. Burke Elbrick, Asst. Deputy for Political Affairs, SRE]

[Van Vredenburch, NATO Deputy Secretary General]

[Paris Apartment of C. Burke Elbrick, Asst. Deputy for Political Affairs, SRE]

[Paris Apartment of C. Burke Elbrick, Asst. Deputy for Political Affairs, SRE]

[Henry J. Tasca, Deputy for Economic Affairs]

Photograph of Annual Meeting Deputy Regional Directors for Records Management

Photograph of Deputy Regional Directors Conference

Photograph of Wayne C. Grover, Archivist and E. F. Manure, General Services Administration (GSA) Administrator, at Deputy Regional Directors Conference

Photograph of Deputy Regional Directors Conference

Photograph of Dr. Robert H. Bahmer, Deputy Archivist, Presenting a Roll of Microfilm Relating to the African Slave Trade to Dr. K. O. Dike, Director of the Nigerian National Archives

Photograph of the Annual Meeting of Deputy Regional Directors for Records Management

Santiago - Deputy Chief of Mission Residence - 1963

Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara, (third from left) congratulates Paul H. Nitze after he was sworn in as Secretary of the Navy and William P. Bundy, left, newly sworn in as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, International Security Affairs. Standing at right is Roswell L. Gilpatrick, Deputy Secretary of Defense

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

A spontaneous conference is held in a corridor at the Pentagon by, left to right, General Earle G. Wheeler, USA, Chairman, Joint Chiefs of STAFF; Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara, Deputy Secretary of Defense Cyrus R. Vance and Lieutenant General David A. Burchinal, USAF, Director of the Joint STAFF, Joint Chiefs of STAFF

Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara holds a spontaneous conference outside his office at the Pentagon. From left to right: General Earle G. Wheeler, USA, chairman, Joint Chiefs of STAFF (JCS); McNamara; Deputy Secretary of Defense Cyrus R. Vance; and Lieutenant General David A. Burchinal, USAF, director of the joint staff, JCS

Photograph of Dr. Robert H. Bahmer, Deputy Archivist, Presenting a Presidential Citation to Artel Ricks and Staff of the Paperwork Standards and Automation Division, Office of Records Management

Photograph of Dr. Robert H. Bahmer, Deputy Archivist, Presenting a Presidential Citation to Harold E. Harriman of the Office of Records Management, Technical Assistance Division

Photograph of Dr. Robert H. Bahmer, Deputy Archivist, Presenting a Presidential Citation to Kenneth K. Lawshe of the Office of the Federal Register, Executive Agencies Division

Secretary of the Navy Paul H. Nitze (left) and Deputy Secretary of Defense Cyrus R. Vance (right) meet with Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara in his Pentagon office

Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara (right) meets with Fritz Erler (left), a member of the Social Democratic Party and Deputy Chairman of the Fraktion Executive Committee, the Bundestag, Federal Republic of Germany; and Willey Brandt, Mayor of West Berlin, at the Pentagon

Dawee Chullasapya, Air CHIEF Marshal and Deputy Minister of Defense, Thailand (center), meets with Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara at the Pentagon

Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara, right, and Deputy Secretary of Defense Cyrus Vance, left, meet at the Pentagon with Denis Healey, secretary of state for defense, Great Britain

LGEN William W. Momyer receives his fourth star from GEN William C. Westmoreland, left, and GEN Creighton W. Abrams, right, commander, and deputy commander, U.S. Forces, Vietnam. Momyer, deputy commander, air operations, U.S. Military Assistance Command, Vietnam (MACV), and commander, 7th Air Force, was nominated for the rank by President Lyndon B. Johnson

A US Navy (USN) Color Guard, from Navy Reserve Center, Buckley Air Force Base (AFB), Colorado (CO), leads USN Rear Admiral (RADM) Albert Garcia III, Deputy Commander, 1ST Naval Construction Division, in the parade during the Cinco de Mayo Celebration held in, Denver, Colorado (CO). Sponsored by the Navy Office of Community Outreach, Navy Week Denver is one of 20 such weeks planned this year in cities throughout the Country

Deputy CHIEF of Naval Operations for Resources, Requirements and Assessments US Navy (USN) Vice Admiral (VADM) Lewis W. Crenshaw, Jr., tours the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas (TX), during Navy Week Houston. Sponsored by the Navy Office of Community Outreach, twenty such weeks are planned this year in cities throughout the Country

US Navy (USN) Rear Admiral (RADM) Albert Garcia III, Deputy Commander, 1ST Naval Construction Division, speaks with USN local area Delayed Entry Program members from Navy Recruiting District Denver, prior to their participation in the Navy Week Denver Cinco de Mayo Parade in Denver, Colorado (CO). Sponsored by the Navy Office of Community Outreach, Navy Week Denver is one of 20 such weeks planned this year in cities throughout the Country

Deputy CHIEF of Naval Operations for Resources, Requirements and Assessments US Navy (USN) Vice Admiral (VADM) Lewis W. Crenshaw, Jr., tours the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas (TX), during Navy Week Houston. Sponsored by the Navy Office of Community Outreach, twenty such weeks are planned this year in cities throughout the Country

Grand Marshall, Rear Admiral (RDML) (lower half) Albert Garcia III, Deputy Commander, First Naval Construction Division, and his wife, lead the parade during Denver Navy Week and Cinco de Mayo festival. Navy Week - Denver is one of 20 such events, arranged by the Navy Office of Community Outreach (NAVCO), planned for the year in cities throughout the US

Following the formal dedication of the Pentagon Correspondents Corridor, Secretary of Defense Melvin R. Laird, right, talks about American news correspondents who died covering military activities. Standing with him near the display of current Pentagon news correspondents are Secretary of the Air Force Robert C. Seamans Jr., Deputy Secretary of Defense Kenneth Rush, and Admiral Thomas H. Moorer, chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff

Madrid - Deputy Chief of Mission Residence - 1973

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

Secretary of Defense Melvin R. Laird, left, congratulates Carl S. Wallace, the special assistant to the secretary and deputy secretary of defense, after presenting him with the Department of Defense Distinguished Public Service Medal during a ceremony at the Pentagon. Wallace has served in his position since February 28, 1969. His wife is standing by during the ceremony

Secretary of Defense Melvin R. Laird, left, congratulates William J. Baroody Jr., special assistant to the secretary and deputy secretary of defense, after presenting him with the Department of Defense Distinguished Public Service Medal during a Pentagon ceremony. Wallace has served in his position since February 28, 1969

Secretary of Defense Melvin R. Laird, left, congratulates Deputy Secretary of Defense Kenneth Rush after presenting him with the Department of Defense Distinguished Public Service Medal during a Pentagon ceremony. Rush has served in his position since February 23, 1972

Deputy Secretary of Defense (designate) William P. Clements, left, talks with Senator John C. Stennis, Democrat, Mississippi., chairman, Senate Armed Services Committee, prior to his nomination hearing at the US Capitol

Secretary of Defense Melvin R. Laird, left, presents the Air Force Distinguished Service Medal to MAJ. GEN. Daniel (Chappie) James Jr., deputy assistant secretary of defense for public affairs, during a Pentagon ceremony

Former POW and U.S. Air Force COL David Burnett Hatcher shakes hands with COL Raymond G. Lawry, Deputy Site Commander, Joint Homecoming Reception Center, waiting is COL John W. Ord, Clark Hospital Commander and LGEN William G. Moore, Commander 13th Air Force is on far left. LCOL Hatcher was captured on 30 May 66 and was released in Hanoi by the North Vietnamese on 12 Feb 73

Ex-POW and unidentified U.S. Air Force LCOL waves to the crowd of well wishers prior to boarding the C-141 Starlifter for the flight to the United States. Standing to the right is 13th Air Force Commander, LGEN William G. Moore Jr., COL John W. Ord, Commander, Clark Hospital and COL Raymond G. Lawry, Deputy Site Commander, Joint Homecoming Reception Center

Ex-POW and unidentified U.S. Navy LT waves to the crowd of well wishers prior to boarding the C-141 Starlifter for the flight to the United States. Standing to the right is 13th Air Force Commander, LGEN William G. Moore Jr., COL John W. Ord, Commander, Clark Hospital and COL Raymond G. Lawry, Deputy Site Commander, Joint Homecoming Reception Center

Former POW and U.S. Air Force LCOL Richard P. Keirn (Captured 24 Jul 65) shakes hands with COL Raymond G. Lawry, Deputy Site Commander, Joint Homecoming Reception Center prior to boarding the plane that will return him to the United States

A former POW shakes hands with COL Raymond G. Lawry, Deputy Site Commander, Joint Homecoming Reception Center, waiting is COL John W. Ord, Clark Hospital Commander and LGEN William G. Moore, Commander 13th Air Force is on far left. The POW is flying to the states after a medical checkup at Clark

Members of the Joint Service Processing Team gathered in the Joint Service Processing Center Command Post. Cheif of the Army Homecoming team is COL James A. Murphey Jr., U.S. Army. Deputy for the Air Force Homecoming operation is COL Raymond G. Lawry assigned to the 405th CSG

Ex-POW and U.S. Air Force MAJ Hubert K. Flesher (Captured 2 Dec 66) shakes hands with 13th Air Force Commander, LGEN William G. Moore Jr., after arriving on bus, in background, and prior to his flight to the United States. COL John W. Ord, Commander, Clark Hospital and COL Raymond G. Lawry, Deputy Site Commander, Joint Homecoming Reception Center are in the background. MAJ Flesher was released in Hanoi by North Vietnam on 18 Feb 73

Ex-POW and U.S.Navy CMDR Frederick Raymond Purrington (Captured 20 Oct 66), shakes hands with LGEN William G. Moore Jr., prior to boarding the C-141 Starlifter that will transport him to the United States. COL John W. Ord, Commander, Clark Hospital and COL Raymond G. Lawry, Deputy Site Commander, Joint Homecoming Receptin Center are to the left. LCMDR Purrington released in Hanoi by North Vietnam on 18 Feb 73

Ex-POW and U.S. Air Force COL James Helms Kasler (Captured 8 Aug 66) stands at the flight line microphones and thanks the people of Clark and the Press for their hospitality. Standing behind is13th Air Force Commander, LGEN William G. Moore Jr. To the left rear is COL John W. Ord, Commander, Clark Hosptial and COL Raymond G. Lawry, Deputy Site Commander, Joint Homecoming Reception Center. COL Kasler was released in Hanoi by North Vietnam on 4 Mar 73

President Gerald R. Ford Meeting with Prince Abdullah ibn Abd al-Aziz AI-Saud, Second Deputy Prime Minister and Commander of the National Guard of Saudi Arabia, and Interpreter Najib Najjar in the Oval Office

Manila - Deputy Chief of Mission Residence - 1975

Manila - Deputy Chief of Mission Residence - 1975

EEO EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE COMMITTEE MEETING WITH DEPUTY ASSISTANT ADMINISTRATOR FOR EEO PROGRAMS FROM WASHINGTON DC

CONGRESSIONAL SUBCOMMITTEE FOR AVIATION AND TRANSPORTATION WITH CENTER DEPUTY DIRECTOR DR BERNARD LUBARSKY

Manila - Deputy Chief of Mission Residence - 1975

Manila - Deputy Chief of Mission Residence - 1975

EEO EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE COMMITTEE MEETING WITH DEPUTY ASSISTANT ADMINISTRATOR FOR EEO PROGRAMS FROM WASHINGTON DC

CONGRESSIONAL SUBCOMMITTEE FOR AVIATION AND TRANSPORTATION WITH CENTER DEPUTY DIRECTOR DR BERNARD LUBARSKY

CONGRESSIONAL SUBCOMMITTEE FOR AVIATION AND TRANSPORTATION WITH CENTER DEPUTY DIRECTOR DR BERNARD LUBARSKY

EEO EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE COMMITTEE MEETING WITH DEPUTY ASSISTANT ADMINISTRATOR FOR EEO PROGRAMS FROM WASHINGTON DC

Photograph of Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger, Chief of Staff Donald Rumsfeld, Richard Cheney, Counsellor John O. Marsh, Press Secretary Ron Nessen, Deputy National Security Adviser Brent Scowcroft, and NSC Staff Monitoring Messages from the Evacuation of Saigon, Vietnam, Prior to a Stag Dinner Honoring King Hussein of Jordan

Budapest - Deputy Chief of Mission Residence - 1976

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