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Photograph of Lieutenant Colonel Andrew S. Rowan

Photo of Navy Lieutenant, Civil Engineer, Seated at Desk

Bystanders help extricate the mortally wounded US Army (USA) Lieutenant (LT) Thomas Selfridge from the wreck of the Wright Brothers Flyer after its crash at Fort Myer, Virginia (VA). At right, several men attend the injuries of Orville Wright, who lies on the ground at their feet

Lieutenant Simpson and Russell, U.S. Navy

College and Universities - University of Wisconsin - Personnel S.A.T.C. [Student Army Training Corps], Wisconsin "U", Madison, Wisconsin. Italian General, Major Holoway, Captain Rowley and Lieutenant Sloan

Colleges and Universities - Ohio Wesleyan University - President Shanklin, Lieutenant Hanlon, N.E. Davis, W.A. Thompson, Wesleyan University

Colleges and Universities - Harvard University - Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) - Lieutenant Fish, U.S.A., and Lieutenant Mosice, of the French Army, at the trenches, Fresh Pond, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Harvard, R.O.T.C., 1918

American Red Cross - N thru W - Lieutenant Pollets, Russia

American Red Cross - I thru M - Major Moore (right) Commanding Officer of the A.R.C. Hospital No. 110, Coincy, France, talking with a lieutenant colonel who is making a a visit of inspection

Colleges and Universities - Colorado Agricultural College - S.A.T.C. Colorado Agricultural College, Fort Collins, Colorado. Second Lieutenant Otto E. Benell of 135th Aero Squadron immediately after his decoration with D.S.C., by Major C.B. Hardin, Commandant Agricultural College

Colleges and Universities - Harvard University - Rear Admiral Robert Browning and Lieutenant Ayer, Commanding Officer of the Radio School

Airplanes - Types - Camp Grant, Rockford, Ill. Lieutenant Gardner in J.N. 4 D. plane with Ox 5 motor. It is an elementary training plane. From C.P.I

Ceremonies - Liberations - Memorial Day, 1918 - Ellington Field, Houston, Texas. Lieutenant Jacobs delivering Memorial Day address

Decorations - Presentations - By Foreign Governments - General Mangin pinning the Cross of War on Lieutenant Alan Muhr of the American Ambulance section 14 (a team from Stanford University)

Airplanes - Historical - American aeroplanes in lower California in search of Lieut. Col. Bishop and Lieutenant Robertson, Black Butte Camp. Martin TT (left) Curtiss JN-2 (right). Rockwell Field, Calif

Colleges and Universities - Harvard University - Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) - Harvard University R.O.T.C. in training at Fresh Pond, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Lieutenant Morize of the French Army, explaining infantry attacks

Commissions - Russia - Members of the Russian War Mission to the U.S. At the left is Major Averill U.S.A., next is Captain Schutt of the Moscow guard, aid to Lieutenant Vladimir Roup, on their visit to Kansas City, Missouri

Colleges and Universities - Columbia University - Student Army Training Corps - Columbia University Battalion in camp and the students are getting real war practice. Receiving a lecture by Lieutenant Hodder Williams, N.C., of Princess Pat's regiment

Ceremonies and Parades - Watertown, Wisc., during war. Patriotic meeting held by the country council of defence, showing tent where Lieutenant Robert Renard of the French High Commission, delivered an address to an enthusiastic audience of five thousand people (1)

American Library Association - O through R - An interior of the Library Building. In the center background may be seen a bulletin board with a war map mounted therin which is being studied by a lieutenant seated in front of it. The battle line is shown each day by lines of colored tacks. Camp Doniphan

Eastern front. The Emperor in Baranowitschi. The Emperor in conversation with Lt. General von Woyrsch and field Marshal Lieutenant Braun. July 1917

Colleges and Universities - Ohio Wesleyan University - S.A.T.C., Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, Ohio. Commissi1d officers of Corps, left to right: Lieutenant Raines; Lieutenant Dorst; Captain Loman, U.S.A., Commandant; Lieutenant Ferguson; Lieutenant Harlan

Colleges and Universities - Columbia University - Lieutenant Paul Perigord, of the French Army, after having had honorary degree conferred upon him at Columbia University, New York, Commencement, June 1918

Airplanes - Accidents - On October 6, 1919, Lieutenant Chanles B. Austin, A. S., left France Field, canal zone, for Washington, D.C., a flight of 2439 miles, 1350 of which would be over-sea flying. After ten hours battling wind and storm Lieutenant Austin was forced to return to France Field. In spit of the fact that the propeller of Lieut. Austin's machine was made of laminated walnut, the hardest wood known, and further strengthened by being covered with doped fabric, such as used on the wings of airplanes, the propeller did not stand up under the battle with wind and storm

Colleges and Universities - Harvard University - Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) - Harvard University R.O.T.C., Cambridge, Massachusetts. Col1l Azan, Lieutenant Col1l Constant Cordier and Captain Dupont inspecting progress at Fresh Pond

Ceremonies and Parades - Watertown, Wis., During war. Patriotic meeting held by the county council of defense, showing tent where Lieutenant Robert Renard of the French High Commission, delivered an address to an enthusiastic audience of five thousand People (2)

Ceremonies - Miscellaneous Reviews and Camp Scenes - 5th Battalion review at Newark, New Jersey. Review of Fifth Battalion, New Jersey State Militia, at Brand Brook Park. Lieutenant Pearson and Sergeant. Miller in aeroplane from Mineola, Long Island

Ceremonies - Miscellaneous Reviews and Camp Scenes - The reviewing stand at Sailors Parade in Boston, Massachusetts. (In middle: Governor McCall, Lieutenant Governor Coolidge, and General Edwards)

Colleges and Universities - Colorado Agricultural College - S.A.T.C. Colorado Agricultural College, Fort Collins, Colorado. Decoration of 2nd Lieutenant Otto E. Benell, Aviation Service, with Distinguished Service Cross. General view showing student body in attendance

American Red Cross - Vehicles - Chinese workmen loading A.R.C. supplies on camions under the direction of Lieutenant Wilks, A.R.C

Army Trucks Finish 3000 Mile Trip In n Francisco. The End of the Trail for the Army Truck Convoy Which Started from Washington District of Columbia for n Francisco. PHOTO shows Mack Trucks Leading along Market Street, Which was gaily Decorated to Receive Them With Crowds Lining the Walks 72 Trucks Made the Trip in 62 days. To test the feasibility of moving men and equipment across the country, on July 7th, the US Army, under the command of Lieutenant Colonel Charles W. McClure, Army Motor Transport Corps, led 65 trucks and other vehicles, for total of 72, and 300 troops, on a cross country trip from Washington District of Columbia to n Francisco. The trip took 62 days. Arriving in...

United States Marine Corps Second Lieutenant (2LT) Dean Casewell. Official Portrait

United States Marine Corps Second Lieutenant (2LT) Stuart Alley Jr. Official Portrait

Lieutenant Colonel Lewis B. "Chesty" Puller, USMC, Commanding Officer of 1ST Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment at Guadalcanal (1942)

World War II (WWII) era photograph of US Marine Corps (USMC) First Lieutenant (1LT) Sheldon O. Hall, standing next to a US Navy (USN) F4U"CORSAIR"aircraft at Henderson Field, Guadalcanal, 1943. 1LT Hall is an Ace Pilot credited with 6 kills. His hometown is Ottawa, Ohio. (Exact date shot unknown)

United States Marine Corps First Lieutenant (1LT) James N. Cupp. Official Portrait

World War II (WWII) era photograph of US Marine Corps (USMC) First Lieutenant (1LT) Paul A. Mullen, taken in the cockpit of a USMC F4U"CORSAIR"aircraft at Guadalcanal, June 6, 1943. 1LT Mullen is an ace pilot and is credited with 6 kills. His hometown is 45 Ordale Boulevard, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

World War II (WWII) era photograph of US Marine Corps (USMC) First Lieutenant (1LT) Frank B. Baldwin, taken at Russell Islands July 3, 1943 as he sits in the cockpit of a USMC F4U"CORSAIR"aircraft. 1LT Baldwin is an Ace Pilot credited with 10 kills

World War II (WWII) era photograph of US Marine Corps (USMC) First Lieutenant (1LT) William N. Case, Marine Fighter Squadron 214 (VMF-214)"Black Sheep"taken at Russell Islands, October 5, 1943. 1LT Case is an Ace Pilot credited with 8 kills

United States Marine Corps First Lieutenant (1LT) A. Roger Conant. Official Portrait

World War II (WWII) era photograph of US Marine Corps (USMC) Second Lieutenant (2LT) Alvin J. Jensen, standing in front of a US Navy (USN) F4U"CORSAIR"aircraft at Vella LaVella, Soloman Islands, November 14, 1943. 2LT Jensen is an Ace Pilot credited with 7 kills

World War II (WWII) era photograph of US Marine Corps (USMC) First Lieutenant (1LT) John F. Bolt, Marine Fighter Squadron 214 (VMF-214)"Black Sheep"taken at Vella La Vella, December 5, 1943 as he stands in front of a USMC F4U"CORSAIR"aircraft. 1LT Bolt is an Ace Pilot credited with 6 kills. His hometown is Sanford, Florida

Official Portrait of US Marine Corps (USMC) First Lieutenant (1LT) Don H. Fisher, taken at Russell Islands, October 15, 1943. 1LT Fisher is a member of Marine Fighter Squadron 214 (VMF-214)"Black Sheep"and is credited with 2 kills. His home is 2301 Southwest 23rd St, Miami, Florida. (Substandard image)

Presentation of the Silver Star to Lieutenant William H. McClaskey

United States Marine Corps Captain (CPT) Harold William Bauer. Official Portrait. By November of 1942, Captain Bauer was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel and was awarded the Medal of Honor

United States Marine Corps First Lieutenant Marine Ace, Frank C."Red"Thomas, from Longview Farm Martinsburg, West Virginia, had nine Japanese planes to his credit. He scored all his victories in the month of January 1944

Lieutenant Commander Chester Holts, Chaplain, Blesses the Ships

Eleanor Roosevelt Speaking with Lieutenant Colonel Evans F. Carlson

Lieutenant Commander Chester L. Hults, U.S. Navy Reserves Chaplain, Offering up Prayers for the USS Toro (SS 422) Launching at the Navy Yard, Portsmouth, New Hampshire

Official Portrait of US Marine Corps (USMC) First Lieutenant (1LT) Dewey F. Durnford, taken at San Diego, California (CA), 1945. 1LT Durnford is a World War II (WWII) Ace Pilot credited with 6 kills also he awarded three Distinguished Flying Crosses and three Air Medals. A photograph of a US Navy F4U"CORSAIR"aircraft hangs in the background. (Exact date shot unknown)

Official Portrait of US Marine Corps (USMC) First Lieutenant (1LT) Charles W. Drake, taken at San Diego, California (CA), 1945. 1LT Drake is a World War II (WWII) Ace Pilot credited with 5 kills. A photograph of a US Navy F4U"CORSAIR"aircraft hangs in the background. (Exact date shot unknown)

World War II (WWII) era photograph of US Marine Corps (USMC) First Lieutenant (1LT) Williams L. Hood, standing on the wing of a US Navy (USN) F4U"CORSAIR"aircraft at Okinawa, Japan, 1945. 1LT Hood is an Ace Pilot credited with 5 kills. (Exact date shot unknown)

Official Portrait of US Marine Corps (USMC) First Lieutenant (1LT) Jeremiah J. O'Keffe, taken at Marine Corps Air Depot, Miramar, San Diego, California (CA), 1945. 1LT O'Keffe is an ace pilot and is credited with 7 kills. His hometown is Ocean Springs, Mississippi. A photograph of a US Navy F4U"CORSAIR"aircraft hangs in the background. (Exact date shot unknown)

United States Marine Corps Second Lieutenant (2LT) William P. Brown. Official Portrait

Official Portrait of US Marine Corps (USMC) Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Gregory"Pappy"Boyington, Commander, Marine Fighter Squadron 214 (VMF-214)"Black Sheep"taken at Marine Corps Headquarter, Washington D.C., October 4, 1945. LTC Boyington was awarded the Medal of Honor and is an Ace Pilot credited with 28 kills

Photograph of Lieutenant Commander Gerald R. Ford, Jr., Showing His Parents a Map of the Pacific Theater after Returning from Active Duty

United States Marine Corps Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Frank C. Drury. Official Portrait

United States Marine Corps Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Gilbert Percy. Official Portrait

Berkeley Volunteer Fire Department, practice drill. From left: Earl Beeman, lieutenant; Jack Thompson, hoseman; Elmer Silva, Chief; and Dick Johnson and Gordon Cave, Engineers. Taken March 1961. Morgue 1961-47 (P-1) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

United States Marine Corps Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Kenneth A. Walsh. Official Portrait

The crew of an RA-3B Skywarrior aircraft prepares to depart on a mission in the Caribbean. The men, from Light Photographic Squadron 62 (VFP-62), are from left to right: Lieutenant (LT) Herbert Nichols, pilot; LT Rodney Jenkins, navigator; and PH1 Jack D Carter, photographic technician

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 1st Lieutenant Ronald Baker being Evacuated

Captain P.S. Waters is briefed by Lieutenant Peterson as he tours the Computer Science School at the Data Processing Installation

US Navy (USN) Lieutenant (LT) Anthony Walley, a member of the USN Blue Angels Flight Demonstration Team signs autographs during the Angels Over Atlanta 2006 Air Show held at Naval Air Station (NAS) Atlanta, Georgia (GA). The Blue Angels were the featured act as part of the Atlanta Navy Week 2006. Twenty such weeks planned by the Navy Office of Community Outreach are scheduled to visit cities throughout the Country

US Navy (USN) Lieutenant (LT) Geoffrey Reeves hands out pamphlets to students at the Prosser Career Academy in Chicago, Illinois (IL), as the USN Band of the Great Lakes, Rock Ensemble Band"Horizon,"entertains in the background as a part of Navy Week Chicago, Illinois (IL). Navy Week Chicago is one of 20 Navy Week events planned this year by the Navy Office of Community Outreach, for various Cities through out the Country

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR OF OHIO FOR TEACHERS WORKSHOP

VISIT - LEFT TO RIGHT SEATED - DONALD E LAYCOCK WRIGHT PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE WPAFB - LIEUTENANT COLONEL HARRY L STAUBS AFSCLO NASA - LIEUTENANT COLONEL ROBERT J ERHART ASD - ROBERT ALEXOVICH NASA -

Lieutenant Colonel (Dr.) William E. Gonzalez, Department of Radiology, explains X-rays to a patient at Tripler Army Medical Center

President Gerald R. Ford and Lieutenant Colonel Ernest "Ted" Laudise Examining the Cockpit of an F-15 Eagle Fighter Plane at Luke Air Force Base in Phoenix, Arizona

Senator Gary Hart, Democrat-Colorado, second from the right, receives a briefing during a visit to the Space Defense Center inside the Cheyenne Mountain Complex. Also attending the briefing are from the left: Lieutenant General (LGEN) R.C. Stovel of Canada, deputy commander in chief, North America Air Defense Command (NORAD); General (GEN) Daniel James Jr., commander in chief, NORAD; and Major General (MGEN) J.E. Paschall, vice commander, Air Defense Command

First Lieutenant John E. Robinson records nursing notes into patient's charts as part of his duties on the orthopedic ward at Darnall Army Hospital

First Lieutenant John E. Robinson examines a patient's chart on the orthopedic ward at Darnall Army Hospital

First Lieutenant John E. Robinson adjusts the traction apparatus for a patient with a fracture of the upper leg. Robinson is a nurse at Darnall Army Hospital

First Lieutenant Robert Tritle, a registered nurse, adjusts the valve on an intravenous fluid system in the post-operation ward at Womack Army Hospital

First Lieutenant Michael P. Kochell examines X-rays in the viewing room at Womack Army Hospital

The caskets of Major (MAJ) Arthur G. Bonifas and First Lieutenant (1LT) Mark T. Barrett are placed in vans by a US Army military police honor guard. The officers were attacked and killed by a group of North Korean guards during an incident in the Joint Security Area, Panmunjom, Korea, on August 18,1976

The caskets of Major (MAJ) Arthur G. Bonifas and First Lieutenant (1LT) Mark T. Barrett are carried from a C-130 Hercules aircraft by a US Army military police honor guard. The officers were attacked and killed by a group of North Korean guards during an incident in the Joint Security Area, Panmunjom, Korea, on August 18,1976

ACTRESS NICHELLE NICHOLS - LIEUTENANT UHURA ON TELEVISION SHOW STAR TREK - AT THE VISITOR INFORMATION CENTER VIC

ACTRESS NICHELLE NICHOLS - LIEUTENANT UHURA ON TELEVISION SHOW STAR TREK - AT THE VISITOR INFORMATION CENTER VIC

Lieutenant Colonel Karl Baumwell and Captain Ken Brady chat in a dining hall at the US Disciplinary Barracks

First Lieutenant Mary M. Livingston performs a pre-flight check on a T-38 aircraft prior to flying a training mission. She is one of the first women to enter an Undergraduate Pilot Training Program

R.T. Smith, a contract supervisor with ARO Inc., left, and Lieutenant (LT) J.M. McGee, an Air Force test director, examine re-entry test equipment at the Arnold Engineering Development Center. The equipment duplicates the temperatures and pressures associated with atmospheric re-entry

General (GEN) David C. Jones, Air Force chief of staff, and Mrs. Laura Brown present the 1977 Colonel (COL) L. Joseph Brown Award for the top major command social actions program to US Air Force Europe (USAFE) in a ceremony at the Pentagon. Receiving the award are, from left, Lieutenant General (LGEN) John W. Pauly, vice commander in chief, USAFE; COL Chester A. Beverly, chief of social actions, USAFE; and Techincal Sergeant (TSGT) Anthony J. Mills, drug and alcohol abuse control technician, USAFE

General (GEN) John W. Robert, commander, Air Training Command, accepts the Air University command flag from Lieutenant General (LTC) Raymond B. Furlong, commander, Air University during a change of command ceremony. The Air University is merging into the Air Training Command

LGEN Kung Lieng Sheng, from Taiwan, and the former Commandant of the Chinese Marine Corps, visits MGEN John H. Miller, commanding general of Marine Corps Development and Education Command. Sheng shakes hands with a U.S. Marine lieutenant as Miller looks on

Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Leonard Morrisey, an HH-53 Jolly Green Giant helicopter pilot from the 55th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron, examines a poster found at the compound as the remains of the victims of the Jonestown tragedy are loaded aboard the helicopter

Lieutenant Commander James A. Gessler, senior medical officer, directs emergency operations following a fire in a berthing compartment aboard the aircraft carrier USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62)

Lieutenant Commander James A. Gessler, senior medical officer, comforts a smoke-inhalation victim following a fire in a berthing compartment aboard the aircraft carrier USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62)

Change of command ceremony for LTC Frederick J. Schober (center), commanding officer, Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 251 (VMFA-251), who is relieved by MAJ Patrick J. Jones. After receiving the squadron colors from Schober, Jones gives the colors to the adjutant (lieutenant)

GEN Robert H. Barrow, commandant of the Marine Corps, promotes MGEN John H. Miller to the rank of lieutenant general. Miller's wife helps the commandant pin on her husband's third star. Miller is the commanding general of the Marine Corps Development and Education Command

A front view of the first UC-12B Huron aircraft to land at NAF Atsugi. The plane was piloted by Captain (CAPT) Frederick W. Lawler and Lieutenant (LT) Gregory H. Bergh

Captain (CAPT) Frederick W. Lawler departs a UC-12B Huron aircraft that was the first such aircraft to land at NAF Atsugi. The plane was piloted by Lawler and Lieutenant (LT) Gregory H. Bergh

A right front view of the first UC-12B Huron aircraft to land at NAF Atsugi. The plane was piloted by Captain (CAPT) Frederick W. Lawler and Lieutenant (LT) Gregory H. Bergh

A left front view of the first UC-12B Huron aircraft to land at NAF Atsugi. The plane was piloted by Captain (CAPT) Frederick W. Lawler and Lieutenant (LT) Gregory H. Bergh

An interior view of the cockpit of the first UC-12B Huron aircraft to land at NAF Atsugi. The plane was piloted by Captain (CAPT) Frederick W. Lawler and Lieutenant (LT) Gregory H. Bergh

A close-up view of the propeller hub of the first UC-12B Huron aircraft to land at NAF Atsugi. The plane was piloted by Captain (CAPT) Frederick W. Lawler and Lieutenant (LT) Gregory H. Bergh

A right front view of a UC-12B Huron aircraft preparing to land for the first time at NAF Atsugi. The plane is being piloted by Captain (CAPT) Frederick W. Lawler and Lieutenant (LT) Gregory H. Bergh

A right rear view of a UC-12B Huron aircraft landing for the first time at NAF Atsugi. The plane is being piloted by Captain (CAPT) Frederick W. Lawler and Lieutenant (LT) Gregory H. Bergh