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Cottrell, Ivan T - Age [Blank], Year: 1862 - Miscellaneous Card Abstracts of Records - West Virginia

Kidwell, Ivan H - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Tenth Infantry - West Virginia

Dye, Ivan - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Fifteenth Infantry - West Virginia

Bagwell, Ivan H - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Thirty-first Infantry, A - Co - Louisiana

House of "Ivan Star Comes Out"

A starboard beam view of the Soviet cargo ship Ivan Rusakov in port during exercise Unitas XX

A sergeant briefs Squadron Leader Ivan E.D.B. Logan, RAF commander, on a vehicle during Top Wheels, a competition in the maintenance of old U.S. Air Force vehicles. The airman is a member of the 513th Organizational Maintenance Squadron

A port quarter view of a Soviet Ivan Rogov class amphibious assault transport dock underway

A stern view of the Soviet amphibious assault transport dock IVAN ROGOV underway

A port quarter view of the Soviet amphibious assault transport dock IVAN ROGOV underway

An aerial starboard bow view of the Soviet amphibious assault transport dock IVAN ROGOV underway

A port bow view of the Soviet amphibious assault transport dock IVAN ROGOV underway

Artwork: "COL Ivan W. McElroy" Artist: Robert Hallock

A view of the Soviet IVAN ROGOV, lead ship of a new class of Soviet amphibious assault ships

A stern view of the Soviet amphibious assault transport dock IVAN ROGOV

SPECIALIST Fourth Class Ivan Blanco, a television production specialist, videotapes a mass casualty simulation exercise while Claudio Hawkins assists

A starboard view of the Perry class guided missile frigate USS GALLERY (FFG-26), foreground, escorting a Soviet Kresta II class cruiser, center, and the Boris Chilkin class fleet replenishment ship Ivan Subnov, background

CAPT Ivan L. Joslin, USN (covered)

Port quarter view of the Soviet Ivan Rogov-class amphibious assault ship. "Soviet Military Power," 1983, Page 81

A Soviet Ivan Susanin class patrol icebreaker with a Ka-25 Hormone helicopter on the helicopter pad shadows salvage operations for downed Korean Air Lines Flight 007 (KAL 007). The commercial jet was shot down by Soviet aircraft over Sakhalin Island in the Sea of Japan on August 30, 1983. All 269 passengers and crewmen were killed

A Soviet Ivan Susanin class patrol icebreaker with a Ka-25 Hormone helicopter on the helicopter pad shadows salvage operations for downed Korean Air Lines Flight 007 (KAL 007). The commercial jet was shot down by Soviet aircraft over Sakhalin Island in the Sea of Japan on August 30, 1983. All 269 passengers and crewmen were killed

Artwork: "I Am No 747 Ivan" Artist: William Phillips, USAF Art Collection

Ivan Rogov class amphibious assault ship. Courtesy of Soviet Military Power, 1984. PHOTO No. 88, pages 84 and 85

The fleet tug USNS NARRAGANSETT (T-ATF 167), operating with 7th Fleet, Task Force 71, conducts search operations for korean Air Lines Flight 007. A Soviet Ivan Susanin class armed icebreaker is in the background. This class of icebreaker is operated by the KGB. PHOTO from July 1984 All Hands Magazine

A stern view of Soviet ships during an underway replenishment operation. From left to right are the Soviet Moskva class helicopter cruiser LENINGRAD, a Soviet-built Cuban Koni class frigate, the replenishment ship IVAN BUBNOV and a Udaloy class guided missile destroyer. From Soviet Military Power 1985

An aerial starboard quarter view of a Soviet Ivan Rogov class amphibious transport dock ship underway

Aerial starboard beam view of a Soviet Ivan Susanin class armed icebreaker underway

Aerial port bow view of the Soviet Rodina class tuna clipper IVAN BORZOV underway. (SUBSTANDARD)

Aerial port bow view the Soviet Ivan Skuridin class roll-on/roll-off cargo ship BORIS BUVIN underway

A starboard view of the Soviet Akademik Krylov class naval research ship IVAN KRUZENSHTERN underway

A port quarter view of a Soviet Ivan Rogov class amphibious assault transport ship underway

A starboard view of the bow of the Soviet helicopter/dock landing ship IVAN ROGOV

A view of the stern of the Soviet helicopter/dock landing ship IVAN ROGOV

A starboard amidships view of the Soviet helicopter/dock landing ship IVAN ROGOV

An amidships view of the Soviet helicopter/dock landing ship IVAN ROGOV underway

Weather officers CPT Ivan Friend, left, and CPT Alan Haberecht, along with engineer CPT George Auten pose for a photograph aboard an EC-135 Stratolifter aircraft code-named Looking Glass. The aircraft acts as the backup command and control post for the Strategic Air Command's (SAC) underground command center. Its crew would assume all functions in the event that SAC's underground center was destroyed by enemy attack. Three Looking Glass sorties are flown daily by the 2nd Airborne Command and Control Squadron (ACCS) and the 4th ACCS

An amidships view of the Soviet helicopter/dock landing ship IVAN ROGOV underway

Ivan Blanco, a member of the 1961st Communications Group mans his duty station in the radar approach control center (RAPCON). The 1961st recently won the MAJ. GEN. Harold M. McClelland Award for communications excellence for the third time in five years

A starboard view of the Soviet Ivan Shuridin class roll on-roll off ship VERA KHORUZHAYA underway

A port quarter view of the Soviet Ivan Skuridin class roll on/roll off ship VERA KHORUZHAYA underway. The ship is transporting various pieces of Soviet ground support equipment

A starboard view of the Soviet Ivan Skuridin class roll on/roll off ship VERA KHORUZHAYA underway. The ship is transporting various pieces of Soviet ground support equipment

A starboard bow view of the Soviet Ivan Skuridin class roll on/roll off ship VERA KHORUZHAYA underway. The ship is transporting various pieces of Soviet ground support equipment

A starboard quarter view of the Soviet Ivan Skuridin Class Roll-on/roll-off Cargo Ship VIKTOR TALALIKHIN underway

A starboard quarter view of the Soviet Ivan Skuridin Class Roll-on/roll-off Cargo Ship VIKTOR TALALIKHIN underway

A starboard view of the bow section of the Soviet helicopter/dock landing ship IVAN ROGOV

A starboard amidships view of the Soviet helicopter/dock landing ship IVAN ROGOV underway

A starboard view of the aft section of the Soviet helicopter/dock landing ship IVAN ROGOV underway

Commander Ivan E. Needles, USN (covered)

Flag-draped coffins of aircraft crash victims lie in a temporary shelter at Bole Airport in preparation for transportation back to the United States. The deceased include Texas Rep. George T. (Mickey) Leland, Joyce Williams, Patrice Johnson, Ivan Tillem, Thomas Worrick, Gladys Gilbert, Hugh Johnson, Robert Woods and Roberta Worrick. Seven Ethiopian passengers were also killed in the crash, which occurred as the group was traveling to a refugee camp near the Sudanese border

Flag-draped coffins of aircraft crash victims lie in a temporary shelter at Bole Airport in preparation for transportation back to the United States. The deceased include Texas Rep. George T. (Mickey) Leland, Joyce Williams, Patrice Johnson, Ivan Tillem, Thomas Worrick, Gladys Gilbert, Hugh Johnson, Robert Woods and Roberta Worrick. Seven Ethiopian passengers were also killed in the crash, which occurred as the group was traveling to a refugee camp near the Sudanese border

STAFF SGT. Ivan S. Campos, left, and SGT. Davis S. Dyer, right, monitor an oscilloscope in the Precision Measurement Equipment Laboratory of the 944th Consolidated Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Shop

The Soviet Boris Chilikin class replenishment ship IVAN BUBNOV refuels the Soviet Sovremenny class guided missile destroyer OKRYLENNY

A starboard quarter view of the Soviet Ivan Susanin class patrol icebreaker VOLGA en route to San Francisco to take part in the United States Coast Guard's 200th anniversary celebration. The ship is operated by the KGB Maritime Border Guard

A port beam view of the Soviet Ivan Rogov class dock landing ship IVAN ROGOV

March 1995...Aerial starboard quarter view (140 degrees off centerline) of the Russian Maritime Border Guard Neon Antonov cargo ship IVAN EVTEEV (Pennant #105) underway

COL David Kiernan, right, chief of information, U.S. Army, and LTC Michael Perini, second from left, publisher of the U.S. Air Force magazine AIRMAN, stand with their translators, CAPT Victor Bereznoy, left, and MAJ Ivan Skrylnik, on a bridge over the Moscow River. The American officers are visiting the Soviet Union as part of a U.S./Soviet exchange program

Navy and civilian personnel pose for a photo during the keel laying ceremony for the dock landing ship CARTER HALL (LSD-50) at the Avondale Industries, Inc. (AII) shipyard. They are, from left to right: Kim Ellinburg, AII project engineer; B.J. Griffin, AII project engineer; CPT N.J. Shackelton, director, SUPSHIPS, management group, NAVSEA (SEA071); CPT John C. Donahue, supervisor of shipbuilding, New Orleans (SSNO); Mike Simpson, AII vice president (VP), production; Emile Foret, AII VP, ship construction; LT Ivan Pierce, SSNO, program hull manager; LDR William Dicken, SSNO, program manager's representative; D. Gordon, AII program manager; R. Clark, AII lead production engineer; Carey ...

Aerial port side view of the Russian Maritime Border Guard Neon Antonov class cargo ship Ivan Yevteyev (105) underway

Russian Navy Northern Fleet Ivan Rogov class amphibious dock landing ship MITROFN MOSALENKO (LPD-202) underway. (Substandard image)

Starboard side view of the Russian Maritime Boarder Guard Neon Antonov class cargo ship Ivan Yevteyev (105) underway

Aerial view of Windward Piers with the Military Sealift Command chartered vessel MEDITERRANEAN SKY (L), and the IVAN FRANKO (R). These ships were used in Jamaica for troop and Haitian migrant billeting. While berth at the Naval Base, the MEDITERRANEAN SKY will hold civilian personnel and the IVAN FRANKO will hold military personnel to alleviate the overcrowded billeting of Joint Task Force personnel

An aerial port side view of the Russian Maritime Border Guard Neon Antonov class cargo ship IVAN YEVIEYEV operating in the Western Pacific

An aerial starboard side view of the Russian Maritime Border Guard Neon Antonov class cargo ship IVAN YEVIEYEV operating in the Western Pacific area

Aerial port bow view of Soviet Ivan Susanin class armed icebreaker IMENI underway

Aerial starboard beam view of Soviet Ivan Susanin class armed icebreaker IMENI underway

Commander Ivan B. Burnett, USN (covered)

Commander Barry Ivan Benator, USN (covered)

In a conference room in Brus, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatian Brigadier General Ivan Babic, Serbian Colonel Bosko Kovacic, Serbian LT. COL. Jovan Vukmirica along with members of the United Nations and members of the 10th Special Forces Group discuss training plans and what is expected during the upcoming de-mining training. As part of Operation Joint Endeavor, the U.S. Army's 10th Special Forces Group in cooperation with the State Department RONCO and the former warring factions embarked on a mission of humanitarian de-mining training. The training, includimg leadership, planning, different techniques in mine detection, mine disposal through detonation and medical triage, was accomplished at...

MAJ. GEN. Patricia R. P. Hickerson, DCSPIM-FORSCOM, pins the Legion of Merit medal on COL. Donald R. Reidel's pocket flap. COL. Reidel is the departing commander of Fort Buchanan. The medal was awarded for the outstanding manner in which COL. Reidel performed his duties as Post Commander. Public affairs specialist Ivan Ortiz looks on

March 1995...Aerial port side view of the Russian Maritime Border Guard Neon Antonov class cargo ship IVAN EVTEEV (Pennant #105) underway

US Navy Operation SPECIALIST SEAMAN Ivan Mosher talks on a sound powered phone during a general quarters drill aboard the Forrestal Class Aircraft carrier, USS INDEPENDENCE (CV 62) in the Persian Gulf as part of Southwest Asia build-up

Hungarian Army Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Ivan Bene (left) and a member of the Hungarian Team connects power to the Microwave Station and Mark 1 switch equipment during Exercise COMBINED ENDEAVOR 2000. The Exercise is a Partnership for Peace (PfP) exercise hosted by Germany and is the largest information and communications systems exercise in the world which focuses primarily on Command, Control, Communications, and Computers (C4) interoperability testing and documentation

Hungarian Army Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Ivan Bene (left) and Italian contractors Francesco Guido and Francesco DiBella work to solve a connectivity problem in the Hungarian Mark 1 switch equipment during Exercise COMBINED ENDEAVOR 2000. The Exercise is a Partnership for Peace (PfP) exercise hosted by Germany and is the largest information and communications systems exercise in the world which focuses primarily on Command, Control, Communications, and Computers (C4) interoperability testing and documentation

Hungarian Army Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Ivan Bene (left) and Italian contractors Francesco Guido and Francesco DiBella work to solve a connectivity problem in the Hungarian Mark 1 switch equipment during Exercise COMBINED ENDEAVOR 2000. The Exercise is a Partnership for Peace (PfP) exercise hosted by Germany and is the largest information and communications systems exercise in the world which focuses primarily on Command, Control, Communications, and Computers (C4) interoperability testing and documentation

Hungarian Army Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Ivan Bene (left) and Italian contractors Francesco DiBella and Francesco Guido work to solve a connectivity problem in the Hungarian Mark 1 switch equipment during Exercise COMBINED ENDEAVOR 2000. The Exercise is a Partnership for Peace (PfP) exercise hosted by Germany and is the largest information and communications systems exercise in the world which focuses primarily on Command, Control, Communications, and Computers (C4) interoperability testing and documentation

Hungarian Army Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Ivan Bene lays a fiber cable for the Microwave Station and Mark 1 switch equipment during Exercise COMBINED ENDEAVOR 2000. The Exercise is a Partnership for Peace (PfP) exercise hosted by Germany and is the largest information and communications systems exercise in the world which focuses primarily on Command, Control, Communications, and Computers (C4) interoperability testing and documentation

US Army (USA) Corporal (CPL) Ivan Saldana (left) looks on as German Army Sergeant First Class (SFC) Eddie Netten, Telecommunications Operator, discusses testing issues with French Army Warrant Officer (WO) Jean-Yvon Joncour (right) Local Area Network/Wide Area Network (LAN/WAN) Operator and Sergeant (SGT) Sebastian Neumann, System Administrator, during Exercise COMBINED ENDEAVOR 2000. The Exercise is a Partnership for Peace (PfP) exercise hosted by Germany and is the largest information and communications systems exercise in the world which focuses primarily on Command, Control, Communications, and Computers (C4) interoperability testing and documentation

US Air Force SENIOR MASTER Sergeant Ivan Godwin (Left, in uniform) and SENIOR AIRMAN Michael Stothers (In fire retardant suit), 52nd Civil Engineer Squadron, Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany, demonstrate how to operate a fire truck water hose with the help of a Slovak boy during the 81st Fighter Squadron, Spangdahlem AB, A-10 static display open house at 33rd Air Base, Malacky, Slovakia, July 22nd, 2000. Nearly 200 people and eight A-10's from Spangdahlem AB deployed to Slovakia for a two-week training exercise which allowed US and Slovak Air Forces an opportunity to share tactics, techniques and procedures

US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Ivan Osores, Air Force Space Command, stands poised for the start of the pistol competition during DEFENDER CHALLENGE 2000 at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. DEFENDER CHALLENGE is the annual Air Force wide competition sponsored by Air Force Security Forces. This competition showcases the talents and capabilities in 7 Physical Fitness events, Base Defense, and Policing skills, over six days

US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Ivan Torres, 1ST Security Forces Squadron, aims his 5.56mm M16A2 assault rifle (with a blank firing device attached) from inside an entry control bunker during the 1ST Fighter Wing Operational Readiness Inspection at Langley AFB, Virginia

Technical Sergeant Ivan Herrera, USAF, 150th Air National Guard, New Mexico, stands watch, with a Colt 5.56 mm M16A2 rifle, over two KC-10 Extender refueling aircraft at a deployed base in the Persian Gulf in support of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. In response to the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 at the New York World Trade Center and the Pentagon, President George W. Bush initiated Operation ENDURING FREEDOM in support of the Global War on Terrorism (GWOT), fighting terrorism abroad

Technical Sergeant Ivan Herrera, USAF, 150th Air National Guard, New Mexico, checks his "field of fire" of his Saco 7.62 mm M60 general purpose machine gun. He is using his HMMWV (High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle) for support during his deployment at a base in the Persian Gulf in support of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. In response to the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 at the New York World Trade Center and the Pentagon, President George W. Bush initiated Operation ENDURING FREEDOM in support of the Global War on Terrorism (GWOT), fighting terrorism abroad

AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Ivan Abudo of the 786th Communications Postal Squadron's Northside Post Office, Ramstein Air Base, Germany, opens arriving mailbags

US Air Force (USAF) SENIOR AIRMAN (SRA) Ivan G. Sterpin, an Aircraft Structural Maintenance Journeyman, with the 52nd Equipment Maintenance Squadron (EMS), at Spangdahlem Air Base (AB), Germany, repairs a cracked lower main landing gear door for an A-10 Thunderbolt II aircraft

US Army (USA) Sergeant First Class (SFC) Ivan Torres (standing right), Observer/Controller from the 2nd Battalion, 348th Infantry Regiment, 174th Infantry Brigade, 87th Division, conduct a first aid training course with Puerto Rico National Guard Soldiers, from the 755th Military Police (MP) Company, 125th MP Battalion, 101st Troop Command, while conducting Common Task Training (CTT), at the Camp Santiago Training Site (CSTS), located in Salinas, Puerto Rico (PR)

US Air Force (USAF) Lieutenant Colonel (LCOL) Harrington, Commander 31st Communications Squadron (CS), Aviano Air Base (AB), Italy, along with MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) Heath, the 31st CS First Sergeant and STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Ivan Hitomi, go over the results of the first Warrior Rodeo competition designed to hone their war fighting and protection skills while building morale

Private (PVT) Louis Travieso, Charlie Company, 2nd Battalion 27th Infantry Division gets instructions over the AN/PRC-77 radio as PVT Ivan Berrios applies camouflage paint, on Tinian Island, in support of Exercise TANDEM THRUST 2003

US Marine Corps (USMC) Private First Class (PFC) Ivan Chaves, provides security for a landing zone during a Non-Combatant Evacuation Operation (NEO) Exercise, in support of COBRA GOLD 2003

US Navy (USN) Aviation Warfare System Operator Second Class (AW2) John Wittrock (left) and Aviation Warfare System Operator First Class (AW1) Ivan Diaz, both assigned to Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron Two (HS-2), clean and inspect a 7.62mm M240E1 machine gun aboard their USN HH-60F Seahawk helicopter, in preparation for a mission during the rescues training exercise DESERT RESCUE XI. The exercise is the premiere Search And Rescue (SAR) training exercise involving all branches of the US Military and is conducted at the ranges of Fallon Naval Air Station, Nevada (NV)

US Air Force (USAF) First Lieutenant (1LT) Ivan Spolsky, 319th Security Forces Squadron (SFS), Grand Forks Air Force Base (AFB), North Dakota (ND), reviews the equipment accountability log before he and his 14-man Air Force squad begin their two-day training exercise, which is part of the Air Force two-week Pre-Ranger Course conducted near the Indian Springs Air Force Auxiliary Air Field (AFLD), Nevada (NV), designed to select USAF personnel to attend the US Army (USA) Ranger School at Fort Benning, Georgia (GA)

US Air Force (USAF) First Lieutenant (1LT) Ivan Spolsky, 319th Security Forces Squadron (SFS), Grand Forks Air Force Base (AFB), North Dakota (ND), moves a wounded squad member as simulated enemy forces launch an attack against his position during a two-day training exercise, which is part of the Air Force two-week Pre-Ranger Course conducted near the Indian Springs Air Force Auxiliary Air Field (AFLD), Nevada (NV), designed to select USAF personnel to attend the US Army (USA) Ranger School at Fort Benning, Georgia (GA)

US Marine Corps (USMC) Corporal (CPL) Ivan Ramirez, 2nd Platoon (PLT), Kilo Company (K CO), 3rd Battalion (BN) 7th Marines (MAR), 1ST Marine Division (MAR DIV), provides security for a lightly armored High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) in Karabilah, Iraq (IRQ), during a patrol. The 1ST MAR DIV, in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM, is engaged in Security and Stabilization Operation (SASO) in the Al Anbar province in Iraq

Current forecast projected path and wind speeds of Hurricane Ivan from September 7 to September 12. Ivan, a category three hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson hurricane scale, is approximately 45 miles Northeast of Tobago, moving at near 18 MPH. Maximum sustained winds remain near 115 MPH with winds extending outwards up to 70 miles. The storm is expected to gradually turn toward the west-northwest later Tuesday. Forecasters said Ivan is the strongest hurricane to develop at such a low latitude in recorded Atlantic hurricane history. PHOTO provided by Naval Atlantic Meteorology and Oceanography Center

U.S. Air Force COL. James A. Firth, Commander, 125th Fighter Wing, briefs members of the Unit regarding state activation orders for Hurricane Ivan, at Jacksonville International Airport, Fla, on September 11, 2004. (U.S. Air Force PHOTO by SENIOR MASTER SGT. Lea-An Steiner) (Released)

A U.S. Air Force AC-130H, Spectre Gunship aircraft assigned to the 16th Special Operations Wing, taxies for take off from Hurlburt Field, Fla., as aircraft assigned to the Wing depart for Fort Campbell, Ky., in preparation for the impending arrival of Hurricane Ivan, at Hurlburt Field, Fla, on Sept. 12, 2004. (US Air Force PHOTO by AIRMAN 1ST Class Kimberly Gilligan) (Released)

U.S. Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Walter Sams (left) uses a digital video recorder to document MASTER SGT. Koga, TECH. SGT. Rieves, and 2nd LT. Farragher, as they discuss the necessary preparations for Hurricane Ivan. The Airmen are a part of the Advanced Contingency Team leaving Hurlburt Field, Fla., for Fort Campbell, Kentucky on Sept. 12, 2004. (US Air Force PHOTO by AIRMAN 1ST Class Kimberly Gilligan) (Released)

U.S. Air Force STAFF SGT. Adam Smith assigned to the 16th Special Operations Wing, marshals a MC-130H Talon aircraft onto the tarmac as it prepares to leave Hurlburt Field, Fla, as part of the Advanced Contingency Team leaving for Fort Campbell, Kentucky on Sept. 12, 2004, in preparation for Hurricane Ivan. (US Air Force PHOTO by AIRMAN 1ST Class Kimberly Gilligan) (Released)

U.S. Air Force Airmen assigned to the 16th Special Operations Wing, load mobility bags into a box pallet for the Advanced Contingency Team leaving Hurlburt Field, Fla., for Fort Campbell, Kentucky on Sept. 12, 2004, in preparation for Hurricane Ivan. (US Air Force PHOTO by AIRMAN 1ST Class Kimberly Gilligan) (Released)

U.S. Air Force personnel assigned to the Command Battle STAFF for the 16th Special Operations Wing meet to discuss the necessary measures needed in order to protect the Wing's assets, in preparation for the impending arrival of Hurricane Ivan, at Hurlburt Field, Fla, on Sept. 12, 2004. (US Air Force PHOTO by AIRMAN 1ST Class Kimberly Gilligan) (Released)

U.S. Air Force TECH. SGT. Wendy Cormier, a Videographer assigned to the 16th Communications Squadron, uses her digital video recorder to document activities as she boards a plane to leave Hurlburt Field, Fla, as part of the Advanced Contingency Team leaving for Fort Campbell, Kentucky on Sept. 12, 2004, in preparation for Hurricane Ivan. (US Air Force PHOTO by AIRMAN 1ST Class Kimberly Gilligan) (Released)