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[Plan of Fort Sumner, Montgomery County, composed of Redoubts Cross, Davis, and Kirby and also showing nearby rifle pits and Batteries Alexander and Benson, part of the defenses of Washington, D. C. ]

Kirby, Mary E - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Kirby, T E - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi Fourteenth Infantry, I-Ma

Gagahan, Kirby - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Ninth Confederate Infantry, G-Mi - Raised Directly by the Confederate Government

Lawrence, Kirby - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Ninth Confederate Infantry, G-Mi - Raised Directly by the Confederate Government

Kirby, J T - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi Second Battalion, Infantry, A-P

Colleges and Universities - Harvard University - At Weld Boat Club. Swimming Instructors Church and Elbert with Yeowoman Kirby

Artists - American Artworks (Wartime Cartoons) - War Cartoons. "I Couldn't Put It Over, Gott" by Rollin Kirby. Published in New York World, October 11, 1918

Artists - American Artworks (Wartime Cartoons) - War Cartoons. "End of a Perfect Day." Cartoon by Rollin Kirby in New York World

TSGT Ron Hill tests MAJ Gene Kirby's eyes for his scope of visual field. This is part of an opthalmology test

CAPT Kirby W. Hansen Jr., USN (covered)

CAPT Kirby W. Hansen, USN

COL Robert R. Kirby, USAF (uncovered)

Sergeant Kirby McKwithy, wearing chemical warfare gear, carries a TOW (Tube-launched, Optically-tracked, Wire-guided) weapon system during the Basic Non-Commissioned Officer's Course

Lieutenant General (LGEN) Alfred M. Gray, commanding officer, Fleet Marine Force, Atlantic, left, talks with GUNNERY Sergeant (GYSGT) Ronald Kirby of the Marine detachment aboard the battleship USS IOWA (BB 61) during the International Naval Review in the harbor. The IOWA is serving as the flagship and reviewing ship for the festivities

SENIOR AIRMAN Steve Confair, left, and AIRMAN First Class Kirby Lewis of the 343rd Aircraft Generation Squadron remove an ammunition loader from an A-10 Thunderbolt II aircraft as STAFF Sergeant John Sabbadish closes the plane's gun access panel

TSGT Bob Kirby of the 5th Organizational Maintenance Squadron repairs an engine of a B-52 Stratofortress bomber aircraft

Four Marines who provide security around the airfield for Operation Uphold Democracy at Cap Haitien, Haiti, pose for a picture. They are (left to right) LCpl Kirby, CPL Hughes, CPL Allan, and LCpl Palacios. Kirby, Hughes and Allan are from 2/2 TOW Platoon, and Palacios is from Bravo 1/10

Four Marines who provide security around the airfield for Operation Uphold Democracy at Cap Haitien, Haiti, pose for a picture. They are (left to right) LCpl Kirby, CPL Hughes, CPL Allan, and LCpl Palacios. Kirby, Hughes and Allan are from 2/2 TOW Platoon, and Palacios is from Bravo 1/10

Combat Camera members, SRA Mark Huchette, CMSGT Kirby Love and A1C Morgan Gore guide a forklift with a loaded pallet into position during preparation for Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI), which tests a unit's ability to operate in a simulated wartime environment

Aircraft Commander Captain Kirby Haynes of the 41st Airlift Squadron, Pope Air Force Base N.C. checks cockpit control panels during a flight into Tuzla Air Base to deliver supplies

US Air Force Technical Sergeant Kirby Rodriguez (center), Combat Controller Team (CCT) member, orientates pilots with the drop zone procedures during the Partnership for Peace Exercise COOPERATIVE KEY '96. The exercise is held at Otopeni Air Base, just north of Romania's capitol. The exercise involves Air Force training in operational and logistical interoperability procedures based on a humanitarian relief scenario. Participating NATO Air Forces from Greece, Italy, Turkey and the United States will jointhe nations of Slovakia, Muldavia, Czech Republic and the host nation Romania

Corporal (CPL) J. D. Kirby checks out the motor of a M923A2 5-ton cargo truck at the Bjugn Cave facility, Norway. CPL Kirby's parent command is 2nd Maintenance Battalion, 2D Force Service Support Group (FSSG), but he is currently attached to the Norway Air-Landed Marine Expeditionary Brigade/Offload Preparation Party, (NALMEB/OPP), II Marine Expeditionary Force, Forward, (II MEF FWD). This item is being prepared for shipment to Estonia, for use in BALTIC CHALLENGE '97, a Partnership for Peace (PfP) exercise. The US Marine Corps has equipment stored in Norway, as part of the NALMEB Prepositioning Program. The NALMEB program contains equipment and 30 days of supplies to support a 13,000...

US Air Force STAFF Sergeant Kirby Ross, 30th Mission Support Squadron (MSS) (Right), is ready to mark Cosie Espedes' standing long jump as spectators watch and cheer her on. The long jump was just one of the many events, at the '99 Northern Santa Barbara County Special Olympic Games held on April 17th, 1999 at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California. This image is seen in the April 1999 edition of AIRMAN Magazine

US Air Force Captain Jennifer Kirby discusses satellite operations with US Air Force STAFF Sergeant Jason Boswell in the 2nd Satellite Operations Squadron operations center - also called the "Fishbowl" - at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado. The center is responsible for the Global Positioning System satellite constellation and ensuring Y2K compliance. This image was used in the November 1999 AIRMAN Magazine article "All in a Good Time"

US Army Major General Barry Bates (left) and Kirby Caddell, Caddell Construction Company (right) pose together at the Army & Air Force Exchange Service/Fort Buchanan community center gound breaking ceremony

US Air Force (USAF) MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) Brenda Kirby, Chaplain Assistant, 192nd Fighter Wing, Virginia Air National Guard, helps a mother shop for gifts during a donation drive called the "Christmas Mother" program, at Byrd Field, Sandston, Virginia (VA)

Captain (CAPT) Chris Kirby (right), USAF, Pilot, 493rd Fighter Squadron (FS), 48th Fighter Wing (FW), Royal Air Force Lakenheath, United Kingdom, demonstrates ejection procedures to Air Vice-Marshal Philip Sturley, Assistant CHIEF of the Air STAFF, Ministry of Defense, at the Operation Support Squadron's (OSS) F-15E Strike Eagle flight simulator. Air Vice-Marshal Sturley was invited up from London by Major General (MGEN) Kenneth Hess, USAF, Commander, 3rd Air Force, to visit RAF Mildenhall and to receive an orientation flight in the F-15E Strike Eagle

An Iraqi orderly waits for another offload of medical supplies given to the Umm Qasr Hospital, and delivered by members of 1ST Marine Expeditionary Force (I MEF), 3rd Civil Affairs Group (3 CAG), who are here in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. To the right, Major (MAJ) Simon Kirby (British Soldier) stands by, armed with a 5.56 mm L85A1 Individual Weapon and keeps watch

Bencherqi "Belle" Hasnaa, an interpreter, 1ST Marine Expeditionary Force (I MEF), Operations and Training (G-3) speaks with Ali Gasim, an Iraqi doctor, and a British interpreter (left), about the offloaded medical supplies given to the Umm Qasr Hospital. In the background Major (MAJ) Simon Kirby (British Soldier) stands, armed with a 5.56 mm L85A1 Individual Weapon and keeps watch

US Marine Corps (USMC) Corporal (CPL) Timothy Ussery (left), with a 5.56 mm M16A2 rifle, Fiscal Budget Technician, USMC Lance Corporal (LCPL) Kenneth Kirby, DASF chief, both Marines with Combat Service Support Detachment 23 (CSSD), Marine Corps Base (MCB) Camp LeJeune, North Carolina (NC), and US Navy (USN) Hospitalman Second Class (HM2) Gonsorcik (standing), CSSD 23, attempt to complete an obstacle on the Leadership Reaction Course during a routine field exercise at Ft. Stewart, Georgia (GA).MCAS BeaufortOfficial USMC photograph taken by LCPL. Amber Castro(Released)

US Marine Corps (USMC) Corporal (CPL) Timothy Ussery (left), with a 5.56 mm M16A2 rifle, Fiscal Budget Technician, USMC Lance Corporal (LCPL) Kenneth Kirby, DASF chief, both Marines with Combat Service Support Detachment 23 (CSSD), Marine Corps Base (MCB) Camp LeJeune, North Carolina (NC), and US Navy (USN) Hospitalman Second Class (HM2) Gonsorcik (on ground), CSSD 23, attempt to complete an obstacle on the Leadership Reaction Course during a routine field exercise at Ft. Stewart, Georgia (GA)

US Marine Corps (USMC) Lance Corporal (LCPL) Shawn Alexander, and USMC LCPL Kenneth Kirby, DASF (Due-in and Status File) chief, Combat Service Support Detachment 23 (CSSD), Marine Corps Base (MCB) Camp LeJeune, North Carolina (NC), load gear onto a truck as they prepare for departure from Ft. Stewart, Georgia (GA), after a four-day routine field exercise

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-13074-04] Views of American Foreign Service Association Memorial Plaque in C Street Lobby, Harry S. Truman Building. [Among names is that of J. Kirby Simon, a foreign service officer who died while serving in Taiwan in 1995--and the namesake for the J. Kirby Simon Foreign Service Trust, dedicated to international assistance projects.] [Photographer: Mark Stewart--State] [59-CF-DS-13074-04_DSC_0272.JPG]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-13074-04] Views of American Foreign Service Association Memorial Plaque in C Street Lobby, Harry S. Truman Building. [Among names is that of J. Kirby Simon, a foreign service officer who died while serving in Taiwan in 1995--and the namesake for the J. Kirby Simon Foreign Service Trust, dedicated to international assistance projects.] [Photographer: Mark Stewart--State] [59-CF-DS-13074-04_DSC_0256_fromPSD.jpg]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-13074-04] Views of American Foreign Service Association Memorial Plaque in C Street Lobby, Harry S. Truman Building. [Among names is that of J. Kirby Simon, a foreign service officer who died while serving in Taiwan in 1995--and the namesake for the J. Kirby Simon Foreign Service Trust, dedicated to international assistance projects.] [Photographer: Mark Stewart--State] [59-CF-DS-13074-04_DSC_0274.JPG]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-13074-04] Views of American Foreign Service Association Memorial Plaque in C Street Lobby, Harry S. Truman Building. [Among names is that of J. Kirby Simon, a foreign service officer who died while serving in Taiwan in 1995--and the namesake for the J. Kirby Simon Foreign Service Trust, dedicated to international assistance projects.] [Photographer: Mark Stewart--State] [59-CF-DS-13074-04_DSC_0259.JPG]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-13074-04] Views of American Foreign Service Association Memorial Plaque in C Street Lobby, Harry S. Truman Building. [Among names is that of J. Kirby Simon, a foreign service officer who died while serving in Taiwan in 1995--and the namesake for the J. Kirby Simon Foreign Service Trust, dedicated to international assistance projects.] [Photographer: Mark Stewart--State] [59-CF-DS-13074-04_DSC_0273.JPG]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-13074-04] Views of American Foreign Service Association Memorial Plaque in C Street Lobby, Harry S. Truman Building. [Among names is that of J. Kirby Simon, a foreign service officer who died while serving in Taiwan in 1995--and the namesake for the J. Kirby Simon Foreign Service Trust, dedicated to international assistance projects.] [Photographer: Mark Stewart--State] [59-CF-DS-13074-04_AFSA3.jpg]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-13074-04] Views of American Foreign Service Association Memorial Plaque in C Street Lobby, Harry S. Truman Building. [Among names is that of J. Kirby Simon, a foreign service officer who died while serving in Taiwan in 1995--and the namesake for the J. Kirby Simon Foreign Service Trust, dedicated to international assistance projects.] [Photographer: Mark Stewart--State] [59-CF-DS-13074-04_DSC_0265.JPG]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-13074-04] Views of American Foreign Service Association Memorial Plaque in C Street Lobby, Harry S. Truman Building. [Among names is that of J. Kirby Simon, a foreign service officer who died while serving in Taiwan in 1995--and the namesake for the J. Kirby Simon Foreign Service Trust, dedicated to international assistance projects.] [Photographer: Mark Stewart--State] [59-CF-DS-13074-04_DSC_0279.JPG]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-13074-04] Views of American Foreign Service Association Memorial Plaque in C Street Lobby, Harry S. Truman Building. [Among names is that of J. Kirby Simon, a foreign service officer who died while serving in Taiwan in 1995--and the namesake for the J. Kirby Simon Foreign Service Trust, dedicated to international assistance projects.] [Photographer: Mark Stewart--State] [59-CF-DS-13074-04_DSC_0266.JPG]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-13074-04] Views of American Foreign Service Association Memorial Plaque in C Street Lobby, Harry S. Truman Building. [Among names is that of J. Kirby Simon, a foreign service officer who died while serving in Taiwan in 1995--and the namesake for the J. Kirby Simon Foreign Service Trust, dedicated to international assistance projects.] [Photographer: Mark Stewart--State] [59-CF-DS-13074-04_DSC_0278.JPG]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-13074-04] Views of American Foreign Service Association Memorial Plaque in C Street Lobby, Harry S. Truman Building. [Among names is that of J. Kirby Simon, a foreign service officer who died while serving in Taiwan in 1995--and the namesake for the J. Kirby Simon Foreign Service Trust, dedicated to international assistance projects.] [Photographer: Mark Stewart--State] [59-CF-DS-13074-04_DSC_0281.JPG]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-13074-04] Views of American Foreign Service Association Memorial Plaque in C Street Lobby, Harry S. Truman Building. [Among names is that of J. Kirby Simon, a foreign service officer who died while serving in Taiwan in 1995--and the namesake for the J. Kirby Simon Foreign Service Trust, dedicated to international assistance projects.] [Photographer: Mark Stewart--State] [59-CF-DS-13074-04_DSC_0263.JPG]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-13074-04] Views of American Foreign Service Association Memorial Plaque in C Street Lobby, Harry S. Truman Building. [Among names is that of J. Kirby Simon, a foreign service officer who died while serving in Taiwan in 1995--and the namesake for the J. Kirby Simon Foreign Service Trust, dedicated to international assistance projects.] [Photographer: Mark Stewart--State] [59-CF-DS-13074-04_DSC_0260.JPG]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-13074-04] Views of American Foreign Service Association Memorial Plaque in C Street Lobby, Harry S. Truman Building. [Among names is that of J. Kirby Simon, a foreign service officer who died while serving in Taiwan in 1995--and the namesake for the J. Kirby Simon Foreign Service Trust, dedicated to international assistance projects.] [Photographer: Mark Stewart--State] [59-CF-DS-13074-04_AFSA1.jpg]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-13074-04] Views of American Foreign Service Association Memorial Plaque in C Street Lobby, Harry S. Truman Building. [Among names is that of J. Kirby Simon, a foreign service officer who died while serving in Taiwan in 1995--and the namesake for the J. Kirby Simon Foreign Service Trust, dedicated to international assistance projects.] [Photographer: Mark Stewart--State] [59-CF-DS-13074-04_DSC_0280.JPG]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-13074-04] Views of American Foreign Service Association Memorial Plaque in C Street Lobby, Harry S. Truman Building. [Among names is that of J. Kirby Simon, a foreign service officer who died while serving in Taiwan in 1995--and the namesake for the J. Kirby Simon Foreign Service Trust, dedicated to international assistance projects.] [Photographer: Mark Stewart--State] [59-CF-DS-13074-04_AFSA1_fromPSD.jpg]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-13074-04] Views of American Foreign Service Association Memorial Plaque in C Street Lobby, Harry S. Truman Building. [Among names is that of J. Kirby Simon, a foreign service officer who died while serving in Taiwan in 1995--and the namesake for the J. Kirby Simon Foreign Service Trust, dedicated to international assistance projects.] [Photographer: Mark Stewart--State] [59-CF-DS-13074-04_DSC_0264.JPG]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-13074-04] Views of American Foreign Service Association Memorial Plaque in C Street Lobby, Harry S. Truman Building. [Among names is that of J. Kirby Simon, a foreign service officer who died while serving in Taiwan in 1995--and the namesake for the J. Kirby Simon Foreign Service Trust, dedicated to international assistance projects.] [Photographer: Mark Stewart--State] [59-CF-DS-13074-04_DSC_0267.JPG]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-13074-04] Views of American Foreign Service Association Memorial Plaque in C Street Lobby, Harry S. Truman Building. [Among names is that of J. Kirby Simon, a foreign service officer who died while serving in Taiwan in 1995--and the namesake for the J. Kirby Simon Foreign Service Trust, dedicated to international assistance projects.] [Photographer: Mark Stewart--State] [59-CF-DS-13074-04_DSC_0282.JPG]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-13074-04] Views of American Foreign Service Association Memorial Plaque in C Street Lobby, Harry S. Truman Building. [Among names is that of J. Kirby Simon, a foreign service officer who died while serving in Taiwan in 1995--and the namesake for the J. Kirby Simon Foreign Service Trust, dedicated to international assistance projects.] [Photographer: Mark Stewart--State] [59-CF-DS-13074-04_AFSA2.jpg]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-13074-04] Views of American Foreign Service Association Memorial Plaque in C Street Lobby, Harry S. Truman Building. [Among names is that of J. Kirby Simon, a foreign service officer who died while serving in Taiwan in 1995--and the namesake for the J. Kirby Simon Foreign Service Trust, dedicated to international assistance projects.] [Photographer: Mark Stewart--State] [59-CF-DS-13074-04_DSC_0262.JPG]

An Iraqi village leader speaks with U.S. Army 1ST Corps Support Command G-5 MAJ. Linnie Caine (left), and LT. COL. Ronald Kirby (right), at an Iraqi Village, on Jan. 27, 2005, during Operation Iraqi Freedom. (U.S. Air Force PHOTO by AIRMAN 1ST Class Kurt Gibbons III) (Released)

US Army (USA) Captain (CPT) Kirby White, Commander, Alpha (A) Company (CO), 1ST Brigade (BDE), 155th Infantry Battalion (INF BN), Mississippi Army National Guard (MSARNG), McComb, Mississippi (MS), questions a local Iraqi found at the Latifiya Explosives and Ammo Plant Al Qa Qaa, an old chemical site active during Saddam's regime. The site was destroyed during the Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. CPT White is armed with a Special Operation Peculiar Modification (SOPMOD) M4 rifle

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-28425-06] Official portrait of Michael Kirby, U.S. Ambassador-designate to Moldova [Photographer: Ann Thomas--State] [59-CF-DS-28425-06_Amb_Michael_Kirby_fromPSD.jpg]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-28425-06] Official portrait of Michael Kirby, U.S. Ambassador-designate to Moldova [Photographer: Ann Thomas--State] [59-CF-DS-28425-06_Amb_Michael_Kirby.jpg]

Hurricane/Tropical Storm - Houston, Texas, October 11, 2008 -- A power crew replaces a pole broken by Hurricane Ike on Kirby Drive. Before being braced, the broken pole (right) was held up only by the power cables. FEMA is paying for this power restoration work. Photo by Greg Henshall / FEMA

Hurricane/Tropical Storm - Windsor, Conn. , September 10, 2011 -- C. W. Kirby, jr, Mobile Emergency Response Services specialist, sets up the wiring for communications at the Joint Field Office for the arrival of FEMA staff deployed to Tropical Storm Irene. Jocelyn Augustino/FEMA

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