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Pride, Leena - State: Washington - Year: 1863

Pride, Chas - State: Washington - Year: 1863

Pride, J H - Age [Blank], Year: 1864 - Miscellaneous Card Abstracts of Records - West Virginia

Pride After a Fall

Pardonable Pride

Young Woman Soliciting Funds for A Chicago Organization in A Shopping Center Parking Lot, She is One of the Nearly 1.2 Million Black People Who Make Up over One Third of the Population of Chicago, it is One of the Many Black Faces in this Project that Portray Life in All its Seasons, the Photos are Portraits that Reflect Pride, Love, Beauty, Hope, Struggle, Joy, Hate, Frustration Discontent, Worship and Faith, She is a Member of Her Race Who is Proud of Her Heritage

The popular country/western singer Charlie Pride sings to the honored guests during the gala celebration at the Capital Center, on Inauguration Day

A starboard beam view of the Pride of Norfolk, as it takes part in "Parade of Sails" during the Tricentennial Festival for the city of Norfolk

A port quarter view of the American registered ship, LINDU. This beautiful ship that was built in 1928 is taking part in the "Parade of Sails" during the Tricentennial Festival for the city of Norfolk. Off its starboard beam is the ship called the Pride of Norfolk

ENSIGN Quimby, public relations officer of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS CARL VINSON (CVN 70), presents a photograph of the ship to country singer Charlie Pride. The entertainer is aboard the ship to film a holiday message for the Armed Forces Radio and Television Service

Country singer Charlie Pride visits with crew members aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS CARL VINSON (CVN 70). The entertainer is aboard the ship to film a holiday message for the Armed Forces Radio and Television Service

Country singer Charlie Pride poses with a crewman during his visit aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS CARL VINSON (CVN 70). The entertainer is aboard the carrier to film a holiday message for the Armed Forces Radio and Television Service

Country singer Charlie Pride is shown the cockpit of an F-14 Tomcat aircraft by Aviation Electronics Technician First Class Rick Seley of the Fighter Squadron 111. The entertainer is aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS CARL VINSON (CVN 70) to film a holiday message for the Armed Forces Radio and Television Service

A view of the tail section of the 43rd Bombardment Wing B-52G Stratofortress aircraft known as "Darwin's Pride." The aircraft, which is being retired from US Air Force service, will be placed on display in a museum at the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) air command base in Darwin, Australia

A left side view of the 43rd Bombardment Wing B-52G Stratofortress aircraft known as "Darwin's Pride". The aircraft, which is being retired from U.S. Air Force service, will be placed on display in a museum at the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) air command base in Darwin, Australia

Group Captain Bruce Woods, left, officer in charge, Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) Northern Command, shakes hands with Brigadier General David J. Pederson, Commander, 3rd Air Division, US Air Force, following the delivery of the 43rd Bombardment Wing B-52G Stratofortress aircraft known as "Darwin's Pride." The aircraft, which is being retired from US Air Force servvice, will be placed on display in a museum at the RAAF air command base

The 43rd Bombardment Wing B-52G Stratofortress aircraft known as "Darwin's Pride" comes in for a landing at the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) air command base. The aircraft, which is being retired from U.S. Air Force service, will be placed on display in a museum at the base

A view of a plaque that will be placed on a bomb bay door aboard the 43rd Bombardment Wing B-52G Stratofortress aircraft known as "Darwin's Pride." The aircraft, which is being retired from US Air Force service, will be placed on display in a museum at the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) air command base in Darwin, Australia

An overhead view of a model of the planned museum at the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) air command base in Darwin, Australia. The centerpiece of the aircraft exhibit will be a B-52G Stratofortress aircraft that has been retired from US Air Force service. The aircraft, known as "Darwin's Pride" was last assigned to the 43rd Bombardment Wing

One of the engines from the 43rd Bombardment Wing B-52G Stratofortress aircraft known as "Darwin's Pride" is loaded aboard a U.S. Air Force transport aircraft. The Stratofortress aircraft, which is being retired from U.S. Air Force service, will be placed on display in a museum at the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) air command base

Airmen from the 43rd Organizational Maintenance Squadron begin removing the engines from the 43rd Bombardment Wing B-52G Stratofortress aircraft known as "Darwin's Pride." The aircraft, which is being retired from U.S. Air Force service, will be placed on display in a museum at the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) air command base

AMERICAS MILITARY-OUR NATIONS PRIDE. ARMED FORCES DAY 1992. DOD JOINT SERVICES OPEN HOUSE. In honor of the 42nd Anniversary when President Harry S. Truman led the effort to establish a single holiday for citizens to come together and thank our military members for their patriotic service in support of our country. On August 31, 1949, Secretary of Defense Louis Johnson announced the creation of an Armed Forces Day to replace separate Army, Navy and Air Force Days. The single-day celebration was a result of the unification of the Armed Forces under one department -- the Department of Defense. Armed Forces Day is celebrated annually on the third Saturday of May

Inaugural parade, US Marine Corp marching unit, Company B, proudly displays their units pride and professionalism

Inaugural Parade. Joint Color Guard march with pride in the 1993 Inauguration Parade

Inaugural parade, US Naval Academy shows why the Navy stands for Pride and Professionalism while marching in the 1993 Presidential Inaugural parade

Inaugural parade, US Naval Academy shows why the Navy stands for Pride and Professionalism while marching in the 1993 Presidential Inaugural parade

A port bow view of the guided missile crusier USS VALLEY FORGE (CG-50) in the Southwest Marine Corp. floating dry dock Pride of San Diego while undergoing an overhaul. The barracks ship APL-4 is on the right

A bow view of the guided missile cruiser USS VALLEY FORGE (CG-50) in the Southwest Marine Corp. floating dry dock Pride of San Diego while undergoing an overhaul

A starboard bow view of the guided missile crusier USS VALLEY FORGE (CG-50) in the Southwest Marine Corp. floating dry dock Pride of San Diego while undergoing an overhaul. The barracks ship APL-4 is on the right

A bow view of the guided missile cruiser USS VALLEY FORGE (CG-50) in the Southwest Marine Corp. floating dry dock Pride of San Diego while undergoing an overhaul. The barracks ship APL-4 is moored at the pier next to VALLEY FORGE

A port bow view of the guided missile crusier USS VALLEY FORGE (CG-50) in the Southwest Marine Corp. floating dry dock Pride of San Diego while undergoing an overhaul. The barracks ship APL-4 is on the right

A starboard bow view of the guided missile cruiser USS VALLEY FORGE (CG-50) in the Southwest Marine Corp. floating dry dock Pride of San Diego while undergoing an overhaul. The barracks ship APL-4 is moored at the pier next to VALLEY FORGE

A port bow view of the guided missile cruiser USS VALLEY FORGE (CG-50) in the Southwest Marine Corp. floating dry dock Pride of San Diego while undergoing an overhaul. The barracks ship APL-4 is moored at the pier next to VALLEY FORGE

A port bow view of the guided missile cruiser USS VALLEY FORGE (CG-50) in the Southwest Marine Corp. floating dry dock Pride of San Diego while undergoing an overhaul. The barracks ship APL-4 is moored at the pier next to VALLEY FORGE

Aerial view of Unit 6E of reserve fleet ships in storage below Williamsburg. From bottom to top: Pride (AK-5017), Suffolk County (LST-1173), Lorain County (LST-1177), Wood County (LST-1178), Saugatuck (AO-75), unidentified LSD, Plymouth Rock k(LSD-29), Donner (LSD-20), Fort Snelling (LSD-30), USNS Tanner (T-AGS-40), USNS Vega (T-AK-286) and a unidentified ARDM

Completion of Spangdahlem's Air Park allows members of the 52nd Fighter Wing to show their pride in the fighters they fly and maintain

US Air Force Major General John D. Hopper (4th from left), Commander, 21st Air Force, McGuire Air Force Base, New Jersey, and Colenel S. Taco Gilbert III (4th from right), Wing Commander of the 436th Air Wing, Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, assist other distinguished guests unveil the C-5 Galaxy aircraft nameplate dedicated to the Tuskegee Airmen on Friday November 19, 1999. After heart-filled speeches many of the original Tuskegee Airmen posed with pride in front of their C-5

AFIS BILLBOARD POSTERS. PRIDE - SHOW IT EVERYWHERE. DEFENSE BILLBOARD #97

Left side front view medium shot of the pride of Royal Air Force Lakenheath, United Kingdom, the 48th Fighter Wing flag ship. The F-15E is a two seat, dual-role, extremely maneuverable fighter designed for all-weather missions. It can be loaded with a variety of air-to-air weaponry and can detect enemy aircraft beyond visual range

Martha Allbright, Executive Director, Take Pride in America, Department of Interior

Martha Allbright, Executive Director, Take Pride in America, Department of Interior

Martha Allbright, Executive Director, Take Pride in America, Department of Interior

American pride can be found even in the wilds of northern Minnesota. As Minnesota citizens took to the woods for the annual deer-hunting season, patriotism was found in even the most remote places. Hunters, such as this one, decorated his stand as a way to honor those who lost their lives in terrorist attacks on September 11th and to salute those women and men serving in the Armed Forces.

On his way to Japan, US President George W. Bush stopped at Elmendorf AFB, Alaska, where he spoke to an enthusiastic full house in Hanger 3. The President voiced his pride in the US forces; "Im honored to be in a place where people understand the need for sacrifice and patriotism," said the President. He also spoke about the role of Elmendorf AFB and Alaska in Operation NOBLE EAGLE and the war against terrorism

On his way to Japan, US President George W. Bush stopped at Elmendorf AFB, Alaska, where he spoke to an enthusiastic full house in Hanger 3. The President voiced his pride in the US forces; "Im honored to be in a place where people understand the need for sacrifice and patriotism," said the President. He also spoke about the role of Elmendorf AFB and Alaska in Operation NOBLE EAGLE and the war against terrorism

On his way to Japan, US President George W. Bush stopped at Elmendorf AFB, Alaska, where he spoke to an enthusiastic full house in Hanger 3. The President voiced his pride in the US forces; "Im honored to be in a place where people understand the need for sacrifice and patriotism," said the President. He also spoke about the role of Elmendorf AFB and Alaska in Operation NOBLE EAGLE and the war against terrorism

On his way to Japan, US President George W. Bush stopped at Elmendorf AFB, Alaska, where he spoke to an enthusiastic full house in Hanger 3. The President voiced his pride in the US forces; "Im honored to be in a place where people understand the need for sacrifice and patriotism," said the President. He also spoke about the role of Elmendorf AFB and Alaska in Operation NOBLE EAGLE and the war against terrorism

US President and Mrs. George W. Bush sit together on the stage before a full house in Hangar 3 at Elmendorf ir Force Base, laska. On his way to Japan, he stopped at Elmendorf FB, laska, where he spoke to an enthusiastic full house in the hanger. The President voiced his pride in the US forces; "Im honored to be in a place where people understand the need for sacrifice and patriotism," said the President. He also spoke about the role of Elmendorf FB and laska in Operation NOBLE EGLE and the war against terrorism. To the Presidents left sit US Senator Frank H. Murkowski (R-K) (left), and Lieutenant General Norton . Schwartz, USF, Commander, laskan Command, laskan North merican...

On his way to Japan, US President George W. Bush stopped at Elmendorf AFB, Alaska, where he spoke to an enthusiastic full house in Hanger 3. The President voiced his pride in the US forces; "Im honored to be in a place where people understand the need for sacrifice and patriotism," said the President. He also spoke about the role of Elmendorf AFB and Alaska in Operation NOBLE EAGLE and the war against terrorism

The Los Angeles Air Force Base (AFB) US Air Force (USAF) Honor Guard, and other community heroes, including local police and fire departments are cheered by flag waving Third graders at Westwood Charter Elementary School, as part of the "Great Community Cookie Giveaway," to promote civic pride in the children

US Air Force (USAF) Captain (CAPT) Vivian McFecters and USAF STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Eumir Arceo, Los Angeles Air Force Base (AFB) Honor Guard, walk the red carpet, flanked by flag waving Third graders at Westwood Charter Elementary School. The Honor Guard participated as part of the "Great Community Cookie Giveaway," to promote civic pride in the children

The Los Angeles Air Force Base (AFB) Honor Guard members: US Air Force (USAF) First Lieutenant (1LT) Paul Choi and USAF STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Eumir Arceo, exhibit boxes of cookies given to them by the Third graders at Westwood Charter Elementary School. Double Tree Hotels sponsored the "Great Community Cookie Giveaway," to promote civic pride in the children

In the Hills Dining Hall on Travis Air Force Base (AFB), California, Jimmy Corwell, right, a Certified Executive Chef from the Culinary Institute of America (CIA), from Napa Valley, discusses the preparation of shallots with US Air Force (USAF) AIRMAN (AMN) Jessica Fredline, left, AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Christopher Johnson, second from left, both with the 60th Services Squadron (SS) and Ms. Trinette Williamson from Pride Industries

Speed and agility is what these US Marine Corps (USMC) Combat Camera personnel with the 1ST Marine Division, take pride in as they setup up a Tactical Imagery Production System (TIPS) tent, at Camp Matilda, Kuwait, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM

Speed and agility is what these US Marine Corps (USMC) Combat Camera personnel with the 1ST Marine Division, take pride in as they setup up a Tactical Imagery Production System (TIPS) tent, at Camp Matilda, Kuwait, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM

A convoy of US Military vehicles crosses the Iraqi border during the start of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM some military members showed their pride by flying the American Flag from their vehicle

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright at the podium during award ceremonies, on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under Take Pride in America

Award ceremonies on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride in America program

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright at the podium during award ceremonies, on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under Take Pride in America

Award ceremonies on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride in America program

USA Freedom Corps Director John Bridgeland at the podium during award ceremonies, on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building,honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride in America program

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright at the podium during award ceremonies, on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride inAmerica program

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright at the podium during award ceremonies, on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under Take Pride in America

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright at the podium during award ceremonies, on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride inAmerica program

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright at the podium during award ceremonies, on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under Take Pride in America

Award ceremonies on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride in America program

Award ceremonies on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride in America program

Award ceremonies on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride in America program

Award ceremonies on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride in America program

USA Freedom Corps Director John Bridgeland at the podium during award ceremonies, on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building,honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride in America program

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright at the podium during award ceremonies, on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride inAmerica program

Award ceremonies on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride in America program

Audience at award ceremonies, on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride in America program

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright at the podium during award ceremonies, on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under Take Pride in America

Award ceremonies on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride in America program

Award ceremonies on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride in America program

Award ceremonies on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride in America program

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright at the podium during award ceremonies, on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride inAmerica program

Audience at award ceremonies, on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride in America program

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright, far right, among the dignitaries on hand for award ceremonies, on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation effortsunder the Take Pride in America program

Award ceremonies on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride in America program

USA Freedom Corps Director John Bridgeland at the podium during award ceremonies, on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building,honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride in America program

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright at the podium during award ceremonies, on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under Take Pride in America

Award ceremonies on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride in America program

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright at the podium during award ceremonies, on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride inAmerica program

USA Freedom Corps Director John Bridgeland at the podium during award ceremonies, on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building,honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride in America program

Award ceremonies on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride in America program

Award ceremonies on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride in America program

Award ceremonies on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride in America program

Award ceremonies on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride in America program

Award ceremonies on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride in America program

Award ceremonies on the Department of Interior headquarters building rooftop, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride in America program

Award ceremonies on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride in America program

Award ceremonies on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride in America program

Award ceremonies on the Department of Interior headquarters building rooftop, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride in America program

Award ceremonies on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride in America program

Award ceremonies on the Department of Interior headquarters building rooftop, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride in America program

Take Pride in America Director Martha Allbright at the podium during award ceremonies, on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride inAmerica program

Award ceremonies on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride in America program

Award ceremonies on the rooftop of the Department of Interior headquarters building, honoring individuals, youth groups, schools, organizations, partnerships, businesses involved in volunteer conservation efforts under the Take Pride in America program

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