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Horner, Frank - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Horner, J - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Horner, Jos M - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Horner, David H - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Brown, Horner - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Horner, Ed - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Horner, Nelson - State: Missouri - Year: [Blank]

Horner, Alexander - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Horner, Thomas - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Horner, A B - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Horner, Emanuel - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Horner, Saml - State: Washington - Year: 1864

Horner, J H - State: Virginia - Year: 1865

Horner, Josiah - Age 33, Year: 1865 - Miscellaneous Card Abstracts of Records - West Virginia

Horner, John W - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Miscellaneous Card Abstracts of Records - West Virginia

Horner, A F - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Third Confederate Engineer Troops, G-O - Raised Directly by the Confederate Government

Horner, J - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Chalmette Regiment, Militia, C - L - Louisiana

Little Jack Horner Bryan

CAPT John B. Horner, USNR (covered)

The Rev. John S. Horner leads the guests in prayer during commissioning ceremonies for the guided missile frigate USS REID (FFG-30)

The Rev. John S. Horner leads the guests in prayer commissioning ceremonies for the guided missile frigate USS REID (FFG-30)

LGEN Charles A. Horner, left, commander, 9th Air Force, passes the unit colors of the 347th Tactical Fighter Wing (347th TFW) to COL Gladstone J. Prater Jr., center. Prater is relieving COL Daved Oakes, right, as the commander of the 347th TFW

Lieutenant General Charles A. Horner, Commanding Gerneral, 9th Air Force, conducts a preflight cockpit check in an F-15E Eagle aircraft. Horner's flight, his first in an F-15E, will close out a ceremony marking the conversion of the 336th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 4th Tactical Fighter Wing (4th TFW), to F-15E aircraft. The 4th TFW is to be the Air Force's first operational F-15E wing

A close-up portrait of LT. GEN. Charles Horner, commander of 9th Air Force and U.S. Central Command Air Forces, as he is interviewed by AIRMAN Magazine during Operation Desert Storm

Fred Horner, a scientist at the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL), prepares a missile system for testing inside the NRL's Central Target Simulation Facility

A lowered elevator transports aircraft as Air Anti-submarine Squadron 29 (VS-29) S-3A Viking aircraft, an Attack Squadron 95 (VA-95) A-6E Intruder aircraft, and a Strike Fighter Squadron 305 (VFA-305) F/A-18 Horner aircraft stand on the flight deck of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN (CVN-72)

Civilian and military officials pose for a group photograph prior to discussing U.S. military intervention in the Persian Gulf during Operation Desert Shield. Dignitaries include, from left: P. D. Wolfowitz, under sec. of defense for policy; GEN. C. Powell, chrm., Joint Chiefs of STAFF; R. Cheney, sec. of defense; GEN. N. Schwarzkopf, cmdr-in-chief, USCENTCOM; LT. GEN. C. Waller, dep. chief of staff, USCENTCOM; and MAJ. GEN. R. Johnston. Back row: LT. GEN. C. Horner, cmdr., 9th AF, TAC; LT. GEN. J. Yeosock, cmdr., 3rd Army; Vice-Adm. S. Arthur, cmdr., Seventh Flt. and COL. Johnson.

LT. GEN. Charles A. Horner, commander, U.S. Central Command Air Forces, eats breakfast with SGT. Charles Kimble, 55th Services Squadron, while visiting the 56th Tactical Air Command medical facility during Operation Desert Shield

LT. GEN. Charles A. Horner, commander, U.S. Central Command Air Forces, visits with members of the 609th Maintenance Squadron during Operation Desert Shield

LT. GEN. Charles A. Horner, commander, U.S. Central Command Air Forces, makes notations while taking part in a conference during Operation Desert Storm.

First LT. Jennifer Bier, 1402nd Military Airlift Squadron, stands at attention as LT. GEN. Charles Horner, commanding general, U.S. Central Air Force, prepares to board a C-21A Learjet aircraft. Horner is visiting various coalition countries in the aftermath of Operation Desert Storm.

LT. GEN. Charles Horner, commanding general, U.S. Central Air Force, chats with the Emir of Bahrain , Shaikh Isa Bin Sulman Al-Khalifa, following his arrival for a visit at the emir's private residence in the aftermath of Operation Desert Storm.

LT. GEN. Charles Horner, commanding general, U.S. Central Air Force, chats with the Emir of Bahrain , Shaikh Isa Bin Sulman Al-Khalifa, following his arrival for a visit at the emir's private residence in the aftermath of Operation Desert Storm.

LT. GEN. Charles Horner, commanding general, U.S. Central Air Force, congratulates MAJ. Hamad Bin Abdulla Al-Khalifa, Shaikh Isa squadron commander, after awarding him the Legion of Merit for his efforts in support of coalition forces during Operation Desert Storm. Nineteen Bahraini pilots are receiving air medals during the ceremony.

LT. GEN. Charles Horner, commanding general, U.S. Central Air Force, is escorted by COL. Neal Patton, base commander, upon his arrival at Shaikh Isa Air Base. Horner is visiting the base to take part in an awards presentation ceremony in the aftermath of Operation Desert Storm.

LT. GEN. Charles Horner, commanding general, U.S. Central Air Force, congratulates MAJ. Hamad Bin Abdulla Al-Khalifa, Shaikh Isa squadron commander, after awarding him the Legion of Merit for his efforts in support of coalition forces during Operation Desert Storm.

LT. GEN. Charles Horner, commanding general, U.S. Central Air Force, is welcomed by the Emir of Bahrain , Shaikh Isa Bin Sulman Al-Khalifa, as Horner arrives for a visit at the emir's private residence in the aftermath of Operation Desert Storm.

The Emir of Bahrain , Shaikh Isa Bin Sulman Al-Khalifa, presents the Bahrain Medal to LT. GEN. Charles Horner, commanding general, U.S. Central Air Force. Horner is visiting the emir at his private residence in the aftermath of Operation Desert Storm.

LT. GEN. Charles A. Horner, commanding general, U.S. Central Air Force, greets base commander Brig. GEN. Rashid Mubarek Al-Riamy during a tour of coalition forces after Operation Desert Storm.

LT. GEN. Charles Horner, commanding general, U.S. Central Air Force, receives a plaque from COL. Ahmed Al-Kuwari, Qatari base commander, during his visit to the base in the aftermath of Operation Desert Storm.

LT. GEN. Charles A. Horner, commanding general, U.S. Central Air Force, presents Mohammad Al-Nahyan, a United Arab Emirates air force officer, with a pistol in recognition of his performance during Operation Desert Storm.

LT. GEN. Charles Horner, commanding general, U.S. Central Air Force, visits with COL. Ahmed Al-Kuwari, Qatari base commander, in the aftermath of Operation Desert Storm.

LT. GEN. Charles A. Horner, commanding general, U.S. Central Air Force, presents Air Vice Marshal Talib Bin Miran Bin Zamam Al-Raeesi with a pistol in recognition of his performance during Operation Desert Storm.

LT. GEN. Charles A. Horner, commanding general, U.S. Central Air Force, presents base commander Brig. GEN. Rashid Mubarek Al-Riamy with the Legion of Merit for his performance during Operation Desert Storm.

LT. GEN. Charles A. Horner, commanding general, U.S. Central Air Force, presents Air Vice Marshal Talib Bin Miran Bin Zamam Al-Raeesi with a pistol in recognition of his performance during Operation Desert Storm.

LT. GEN. Chuck Horner, leading U.S. Air Force personnel, salutes President George Bush during the National Victory Celebration parade honoring the coalition forces of Desert Storm

U.S. Air Force personnel, lead by LT. GEN. Chuck Horner, marching in the National Victory Celebration parade honoring the coalition forces of Desert Storm

LT. GEN. Charles A. Horner, commander, U.S. Central Command Air Forces in Operation Desert Storm, marching in the Welcome Home parade

LT. GEN. Charles A. Horner, commander of Central Command Air Forces, points to a display screen as he describes Operation Desert Storm military maneuvers to members of the media.

GEN. Charles A. Horner (retired) talks during an informal interview. He is the former commander of Air Force Space Command and a veteran of Desert Storm. GEN. Horner said that, with the improved technology, and with the emphasis on well-trained competent individuals, instead of the reliance on numbers, the USAF would be in good shape going into the next century. Exact Date Shot Unknown Published in AIRMAN Magazine September 1996

Marines from 1ST Battalion, 1ST Marines, Charlie Company, Camp Horner, wait with their 782 gear and 5.56mm Colt M16A2 Assault Rifles to board buses enroute to USS PELELIU (LHA 5), which is participating in Exercise KERNEL BLITZ '97 off coast of Southern California. KERNEL BLITZ is a bi-annual Commander-in-CHIEF Pacific (CINCPAC) fleet training exercise (FLEETEX) focused on operational/tactical training of Commander, Third Fleet (C3F)/ I Marine Expeditionary Forces (MEF) and Commander, Amphibious Group 3 (CPG-3)/ 1ST Marine Division (MARDIV). KERNEL BLITZ is designed to enhance the training of Sailors and Marines in the complexities of brigade-size amphibious assault operations

A Marine from first Marine Regiment HQ Company shakes the dirt from his poncho liner prior to reporting in from Camp Horner, Camp Pendleton, to USS MOUNT VERNON (LSD 39) which is participating in Exercise KERNEL BLITZ '97 off coast of Southern California. KERNEL BLITZ is a bi-annual Commander-in-CHIEF Pacific (CINCPAC) fleet training exercise (FLEETEX) focused on operational/tactical training of Commander, Third Fleet (C3F)/ I Marine Expeditionary Forces (MEF) and Commander, Amphibious Group 3 (CPG-3)/ 1ST Marine Division (MARDIV). KERNEL BLITZ is designed to enhance the training of Sailors and Marines in the complexities of brigade-size amphibious assault operations

Lance Corporal Mangold checks his 782 gear prior to departing from Camp Horner, Camp Pendleton, California, for USS MOUNT VERNON (LSD 39), which is participating in Exercise KERNEL BLITZ '97 off coast of Southern California. KERNEL BLITZ is a bi-annual Commander-in-CHIEF Pacific (CINCPAC) fleet training exercise (FLEETEX) focused on operational/tactical training of Commander, Third Fleet (C3F)/ I Marine Expeditionary Forces (MEF) and Commander, Amphibious Group 3 (CPG-3)/ 1ST Marine Division (MARDIV). KERNEL BLITZ is designed to enhance the training of Sailors and Marines in the complexities of brigade-size amphibious assault operations

Lance Corporal Kelly (top) lowers a winch as Corporal Gomez (left) and Lance Corporal Horner secure a safety chain to a trailer during an offload of Combat Service Support Group 3's heavy equipment. Marine and Navy construction units unloaded their vehicles from the USNS REGULUS (AKR 292) during the roll-off portion of exercise Crocodile '99 a joint combined US and Australian exercise in Queensland, Australia

Left side rear view medium shot as US Air Force STAFF Sergeant Martha Horner, a Weather Forecaster with the 352nd Operational Support Squadron, Royal Air Force Mildenhall, MASTER Sergeant Donald "DJ" Cantwell (Center), a Combat Controller with the 321st Special Tactics Squadron, Royal Air Force, Mildenhall, and Captain Dave Blades (Right), an MH-53M Pave Low IV Helicopter Pilot, all do their part as members of the A-3 Plans and Planning team for Air Force Special Operations Command cell. Their team is deployed to Air Force Base Hoed Spruit, South Africa in support of Operation Atlas Response

US Air Force (USAF) General (GEN) Charles A. Horner (Ret), Former Commander of all US and Allied air assets during Operations DESERT SHIELD and DESERT STOROM, signs a copy of his book for USAF Major (MAJ) Brent Vosseller, 90th Fighter Squadron (FS), after talking with troops at the Susitna Club, located at Elmendorf Air Force Base (AFB), Alaska (AK)

US Navy (USN) Crytologic Technician Third Class (CT3) Erik Horner casts off a mooring line for the US Army (USA) ship Theater Support Vessel (TSV)-1X SPEARHEAD as it departs Ford Island, at Pearl Harbor, to conduct a capabilities demonstration for local military and civilian leaders. The 98-meter aluminum hulled catamaran, similar to the US Navy's High Speed Vehicle (HSV), can maneuver USA Soldiers with their equipment, at speeds up to 40 knots, from staging bases to remote locations while maintaining full situational awareness

US Navy (USN) SEAMAN (SN) Andrew Horner stands watch aboard the USN Nimitz Class Aircraft Carrier USS RONALD REAGAN (CVN 76) as their ship gets underway from Naval Station (NS) Pearl Harbor, Hawaii (HI), after a port visit. The REAGAN and USN Carrier Air Wing 14 (CVW-14) are completing a deployment in support of the Global War On Terrorism (GWOT) and Maritime Security Operations (MSO) in the Pacific Ocean

President George W. Bush Presents the National Medal of Humanities to Thomas Saunders III and Jordan Horner Saunders

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