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Men ride horseback on an unidentified street showing some of the earthquake damage in the background. On April 18, 1906 at 5:15 AM a quake of 8.25 on the Richter scale hit San Francisco. Greater destruction came from the fires afterwards. The city burned for three days. The combination destroyed 490 city blocks and 25,000 buildings, leaving 250,000 homeless and killing between 450 and 700. Estimated damages, over $350 million

Man on Horseback

Man on Horseback

Two Men on Horseback

John Iron Rope on Horseback

Men on Horseback

Two Men on Horseback

Farming (Men on Horseback)

Student Worker on Horseback

Farming (Men on Horseback)

Photograph of Boys Horseback Riding Through Peterson Bridge Campground

Horseback riders kick up dust as they ride to the Great Pyramids near Cairo, Egypt. Exact Date Shot Unknown

Riders on horseback march in the parade on Pennsylvania Avenue during the Inauguration Day celebration

President Reagan Horseback Riding at Rancho Del Cielo

President Reagan Horseback Riding at Camp David

President Reagan and Mrs. Reagan Horseback Riding at Rancho Del Cielo

U.S. Army soldiers, wearing the Civil War era uniform, ride on horseback in the parade down Pennsylvania Avenue, during Inauguration Day celebration

President Reagan, Nancy Reagan, Ron Reagan, Doria Reagan Horseback Riding at Camp David

Members of the U.S. Park Police on horseback participate in the Presidential Inaugural Parade rehearsal

Two sailors on liberty during Fleet Week talk with a New York City policeman on horseback in Times Square

A sailor on liberty during Fleet Week photographs a New York City policeman on horseback in Times Square

During his spare time, Photographer's Mate 2 Class Clint Eastman enjoyed horseback riding in the area surrounding Naval Communications Station Harold E. Holt. Eastman is one of 400 U.S. Navy and 50 Royal Australian Navy people stationed at the joint U.S./Australian base

Photographer's Mate Clint Eastman heads back to the stables following his daily horseback ride. Eastman is one of 400 US Navy and 50 Royal Australian Navy people stationed at the joint US/Australian Naval Communications Station Harold E. Hill

A Soviet officer sets out on horseback with his U.S. Marine hosts while attending a barbecue and rodeo held during a five-day goodwill visit to the San Diego area by three ships of the Soviet Pacific Fleet

City policemen on motorcycles and horseback ensure that Broadway Street is kept clear during the "San Diego Salutes the Troops" parade. The parade is being held in honor of all veterans, with special recognition being given to units that took part in recognition being given to units that took part in Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm

Two airmen from the 3rd Security Police Squadron patrol the base on horseback as Mount Pinatubo erupts in the background. The volcano's eruption has caused the base to be evacuated

The knights on horseback present themselves to more than fifty thousand local British people attending the Final Fly By Fete. After nearly fifty years of Americans at R.A.F. Chicksands, they have their most extravagant open house to date shattering the previous attendance by more than fifteen thousand

Route 1 - San Luis Obispo North Coast Byway - Horseback Riders on Pismo Beach

Edge of the Wilderness - Horseback Riding on the Edge of the Wilderness

Trail of the Ancients - Horseback Tour in Monument Valley

Scenic Byway 12 - Riders on Horseback in the Red Canyon Area.

Millstone Valley Scenic Byway - Horseback Riding Along the Towpath of the Delaware and Raritan Canal

Three members of the USAF 24th Security Police Squadron, Mounted Horse Patrol, patrol the dense jungle surrounding Howard AFB, Panama. From AIRMAN Magazine June 1995 Cover "Panama: Horseback Patrols"

Air Force CHIEF of STAFF, General Ronald R. Fogelman, poses on horseback during the annual Cheyenne Frontier Days Parade

Members of the 1ST Cavalry Unit, Fort Hood, TX display expert horseback riding skills from a military era gone by. They also demonstrated swordsmanship, marksmanship, and hand-to-hand combat during Big Country Appreciation Day

A large crowd visit a C-141 and an F-16. More than 75,000 people attended Big Country Appreciation Day. Dyess held its most successful air show in years which included aircraft exhibits from all over the world, aerial exhibits, horseback riding demonstrations, and other events

Military Photographer of the Year Winner 1997Title: KazaksCategory: Feature; PortfolioPlace: 1ST Place Portfolio Exact Date Shot Unknown Caption: During an elaborate military and cultural ceremony, local Kazakhstan people, in their traditional wear, demonstrate their historical horse riding activities. Games and races were played on horseback as the American paratroopers watched nearby

US Air Force Security Police SENIOR Airmen Brian Bauman (with binoculars) and SENIOR Airmen Damion McElroy are part of Vandenberg AFB, CA mounted horseback team which patrols along the seacoast of the 98,000-acre area while on game warden patrol duty. From AIRMAN Magazine, July 2000 article "From Airhorse to Spacehorse."

US Air Force Security personnel mounted on horseback patrol along the seacoast of the 98,000-acre area of Californias Vandenberg AFB. The setting sun silhouettes the image. From AIRMAN Magazine, July 2000 article "From Airhorse to Spacehorse."

US Air Force Security Police SENIOR Airmen Damion McElroy part of Vandenberg AFB, CA mounted horseback team checks the hoof of his horse after a days work on game warden patrol duty. From AIRMAN Magazine, July 2000 article "From Airhorse to Spacehorse."

A test of strength is displayed in a game called Avderspak, two men on horseback lock hands and play tug-of-war in Almaty, Kazakhstan, on Sept. 13, 2000. Two Kazakh performer demonstrates this traditional game as part of the Gala concert by the Kazakh stars during the opening ceramonies of CENTRASBAT 2000 in Kazakhstan. The Gala Concert was a show by Kazakhstanis showing a variety of traditional dances and cultural events. CENTRASBAT is a multi-national peacekeeping and humanitarian relief exercise sponsored by U.S. Central Command (U.S. CENTCOM) and hosted by former Soviet Republic Kazakhstan in Central Asia, from Sept. 11-20. Exercise participants include approximately 300 U. S. troops,..

As part of the Gala concert of CENTRASBAT 00, Kazakh performers demonstrate a cultural tradition of a game called catch a girl, in which the two riders (male and female) take off on horseback and try and catch each other. The female rider whips the male until she is caught. If the male catches the female he is then rewarded with a kiss. The Gala concert was a show put on by Kazakhstanis, showing a variety of traditional dances and cultural events. CENTRASBAT is a multi-national peacekeeping and humanitarian relief exercise sponsored by US Central Command (US CENTCOM) and hosted by former Soviet Republic Kazakhstan in Central Asia, from Sept. 11-20. CENTRASBAT will test US and Central...

As part of the opening ceremonies of Central Asian Peacekeeping Battalion (CENTRASBAT)2000, during the gala concert, Kazakhstan performers demonstrate a cultural tradition of a game called catch the girl, in which the two riders ( male and female) take off on horseback and the male tries to catch the female. The female rider whips the male until she is caught. If the male catches the female he is then rewarded with a kiss. . The gala concert was a show put on by the Kazakhstans showing a variety of traditional dances and cultural events. CENTRASBAT 2000 is a multi-national peacekeeping and humanitarian relief exercise sponsored by United States Central Command (US CENTCOM) and hosted by...

Dressed as members of the US Armys "Buffalo Soldier" mounted cavalry, Mr. Calvin Horton (right), and Mr. Dallas Miller hide horseback during he Armys 226th Birthday Celebration at Fort McPherson GA

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, front right, riding horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, center, riding horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, right, riding horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, front, riding horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, front, riding horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, center, riding horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, front right, riding horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Crowds viewing as Secretary Gale Norton rides horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, front right, riding horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, center, riding horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, center, riding horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, front, riding horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, front, riding horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, center, riding horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, right, riding horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, front right, riding horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, center, riding horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

[Hurricane Rita] Hackberry, La., October 3, 2005 - Cattle, rescued from the flooded marshes of lower Cameron Parish, are brought to the high school's rodeo pens to await sorting and return to their owners. Several thousand cattle, belonging to an estimated 15 ranchers, are still lost in the marshes and are being rescued by cowboys on horseback. Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Hackberry, La., October 3, 2005 - Cattle rescued from Cameron Parish marshes, flooded by Hurricane Rita, are sorted by brand and segregated in loading pens at the high school's rodeo areana to await pickup by their owners. Cowboys on horseback have been carrying out rescue efforts for several thousand head of cattle for several weeks. Win Henderson / FEMA

At Cooper Field, Fort Hood, Texas, the U.S. Army 1ST Cavalry Division Headquarters, hold a retirement ceremony in honor of GEN. Leon J. LaPorte. GEN. LaPorte, is retiring after nearly 38 years of service. GEN. Peter J. Schoomaker (left), CHIEF of STAFF of the Army and GEN. LaPorte, once the 1ST Cavalry Division and III Corps Commander, inspect the troops on horseback in the old Cavalry tradition. (U.S. Army PHOTO by John Byerly, CIV) (Released)

U.S. Army SGT. 1ST Class Manstran, top, a spur holder, encourages STAFF SGT. Schmoltz as he tries to earn his spurs during a"spur ride"April 3, 2006, in Budingen, Germany. A spur ride, a tradition that harks back to the era of knights on horseback, is a series of tests and tasks led by a spur-qualified non-commissioned officer, designed to test the candidates'initiative, military expertise and endurance. If successfully completed, the Soldier will be awarded their spurs. The Soldiers are from 1ST Calvary Regiment, 1ST Armored Division. (U.S. Army photo by Martin Greeson) (Released)

Secretary Gale Norton making preparations for participation in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade, Pasadena, California. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback in the Parade to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Secretary Gale Norton, far left, and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, far right, with conservation supporters preparing to participate in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade, Pasadena, California. Norton and Allbright rode horseback in the Parade to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands hit by 2003 forest fires

Secretary Gale Norton speaking during event, at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback, as part ofTake Pride in America promotion, in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Secretary Gale Norton, left, making preparations for participation in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade, Pasadena, California. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback in the Parade to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Secretary Gale Norton, left, with horses and equestrian group, making preparations for participation in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade, Pasadena, California. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback in the Parade to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Secretary Gale Norton speaking during event, at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback, as part ofTake Pride in America promotion, in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Secretary Gale Norton, rear second from left, with conservation supporters during event, at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback in Pasadena's New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, far left, and Secretary Gale Norton, far right, honoring conservation support during event, at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Allbright and Norton rode horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Secretary Gale Norton, left, making preparations for participation in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade, Pasadena, California. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback in the Parade to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Secretary Gale Norton speaking during event, at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback, as part ofTake Pride in America promotion, in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Secretary Gale Norton, third from left, and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, fourth left, inspecting floats at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, where they spoke about Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires.Norton and Allbright rode horseback in the New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Pasadena, California Mayor Bill Bogaard at podium during event, at Rosemont Pavilion, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Secretary Gale Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright later rode horseback in Pasadena's New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Secretary Gale Norton, rear second from left, and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, rear third left, near floats at Rosemont Pavilion,Pasadena, California, where they spoke about Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Norton and Allbright rode horseback in the New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Secretary Gale Norton, far right, honoring conservation support during event, at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback in Pasadena's New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Secretary Gale Norton making equestrian preparations for participation in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade, Pasadena, California. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback in the Parade to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Secretary Gale Norton, right, with Pasadena, California Mayor Bill Bogaard during visit to Rosemont Pavilion, where she participated in event highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Norton rode horseback, as part of the Take Pride in America promotion, in the New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright at podium during appearance, at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Allbright and Secretary Gale Norton rode horseback, as part of Take Pride in America promotion, in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Secretary Gale Norton speaking during event, at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback, as part ofTake Pride in America promotion, in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Secretary Gale Norton, far left, and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, far right, with conservation supporters preparing to participate in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade, Pasadena, California. Norton and Allbright rode horseback in the Parade to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands hit by 2003 forest fires

Secretary Gale Norton speaking during event, at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback, as part ofTake Pride in America promotion, in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Activities at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Secretary Gale Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback, as part of Take Pride in America promotion, in the New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Pasadena, California Mayor Bill Bogaard at podium during event, at Rosemont Pavilion, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Secretary Gale Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright later rode horseback in Pasadena's New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Secretary Gale Norton, right, making equestrian preparations for participation in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade, Pasadena, California. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback in the Parade to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment tocleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Secretary Gale Norton, front right, conversing at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, where Norton appeared at event highlighting Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback in Pasadena's New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Secretary Gale Norton with conservation supporters during event, at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback in Pasadena's New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, far left, and Secretary Gale Norton, far right, honoring conservation support during event, at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Allbright and Norton rode horseback in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Secretary Gale Norton, far left, and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, far right, with conservation supporters preparing to participate in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade, Pasadena, California. Norton and Allbright rode horseback in the Parade to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands hit by 2003 forest fires

Secretary Gale Norton making equestrian preparations for participation in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade, Pasadena, California. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback in the Parade to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Secretary Gale Norton, right, with Pasadena, California Mayor Bill Bogaard during visit to Rosemont Pavilion, where she participated in event highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Norton rode horseback, as part of the Take Pride in America promotion, in the New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Secretary Gale Norton speaking during event, at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback, as part ofTake Pride in America promotion, in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Secretary Gale Norton, left, making preparations for participation in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade, Pasadena, California. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback in the Parade to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Secretary Gale Norton, far right, with equestrian group making preparations for participation in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade, Pasadena, California. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback in the Parade to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright at podium during appearance, at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Allbright and Secretary Gale Norton rode horseback, as part of Take Pride in America promotion, in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Secretary Gale Norton speaking during event, at Rosemont Pavilion, Pasadena, California, highlighting the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires. Norton and Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright rode horseback, as part ofTake Pride in America promotion, in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, left, making preparations for participation in New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade, Pasadena, California. Allbright and Secretary Gale Norton rode horseback in the Parade to highlight the Take Pride in America-promoted volunteer commitment to cleanup of California lands devastated by 2003 forest fires

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