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He hath done what he could

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Looking for Action

Jerry's Dream

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At the Wrong End of the Megaphone

A Closed Incident

Rear Admiral Winfield Scott Schley, Retired

Dr. Cary Travers Grayson

Dr. Cary Travers Grayson

Dr. Cary Travers Grayson

Rear Admiral E. H. C. Leutze, Commandant, and Heads of Departments

Photo of File Drawing F562S12

Rear Admiral Leutze. Enlargement from a Print

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

Ceremonies - Liberations - Memorial Day, 1918 - At Columbus Circle, New York, N.Y., 1917, Memorial Day exercises were held by the veterans of Foreign wars of the U.S. More than a hundred floral pieces were placed on the Maine Memorial monument. Rear Admiral Charles D. Sigsbee, who was in command of the Maine when the battleship was blown up placed two wreaths. More than 7,000 people gathered about the monument. Photo shows Rear Admiral Charles D. Sigsbee placing a wreath on the Maine Monument

Colleges and Universities - Harvard University - Rear Admiral Wood and Lieut. Commander Ayer, Commanding Officer, Naval Radio School

Colleges and Universities - Harvard University - Rear Admiral Wood reviewing Radio School on the Holmes Field

Artists - Naval Artist paints Liberty Loan Poster. Henry Reuterdahl painting 4th Liberty Loan poster in Washington, D.C. Rear Admiral Cowie is on the left

Ceremonies - Lafayette Day, 1918 - Celebration of the 160th anniversary of the birth of Lafayette at City Hall, N.Y. Front row from left to right: George L. Wilson, Rear Adm. Usher. Willard Bartlett, Andre Tardien, Mayor Mitchell, Lieut. Gen. Leclercq and Commander Arthur L. Blackwood

Photograph of Conference on United States Polar Exploration

Photograph of Conference on United States Polar Exploration

Photograph of Donation of Hoover Letter Book to GSA

Photograph of Donation of Hoover Letter Book to GSA

Photograph of Archives Advisory Council

Photograph of Conference on Captured German and Related Records

Photograph of Lewis Strauss's Appointment to Archives Advisory Council

Photograph of Conference on United States Polar Exploration

Photograph of Donation of Hoover Letter Book to GSA

Photograph of Conference on United States Polar Exploration

Photograph of Conference on United States Polar Exploration

Photograph of Conference on Captured German and Related Records

Photograph of Conference on Captured German and Related Records

Photograph of Conference on Captured German and Related Records

Mrs. Alan G. Kirk, Sponsor, Rear Admiral Thomas Withers, U.S. Navy, and Mrs. James D. Grant, Matron of Honor, at Launching of USS Toro (SS 422) at Navy Yard, Portsmouth, New Hampshire

Joseph and Edith Susnir and RADM Stanley J. Anderson, commander, Naval Base, Pearl Harbor, prepare to cut the ribbon during ceremonies to mark the opening of the shoreside visitors center for the new USS ARIZONA Memorial Museum

Mrs. James C. Dempsey, Sponsor, Miss Nancy Lee Dismukes, Maid of Honor, and Rear Admiral Thomas Withers

Mrs. Lewis S. Parks, Sponsor, Rear Admiral Thomas Withers, and Miss Zelda Lou Parks, Maid of Honor

Mrs. James O. Gawne, Rear Admiral Thomas Withers, and Miss Christine Gawne at the Launch of the Submarine Bowfin

Ensign Eliose English, Rear Admiral T. Withers, and Mrs. R. N. English at the Launching of the USS Picuda

Miss Nancy Green, Rear Admiral T. Withers, and Miss Betty Russell at the Launch of the USS Parche

Governor Robert O. Blood and Rear Admiral T. Withers at the Launch of the USS Bang and the USS Pilotfish

Rear Admiral T. Withers, Senator Ralph Brewster, Senator Charles Tobey, ex-Governor Alvan Fuller, Congressman Charles Plumley, and Senator Frances Maloney

Mrs. Rufus G. Thayer, Rear Admiral Robert A. Theobald and Wife, and Rear Admiral T. Withers at the Launch of the USS Queenfish

Presentation of the Silver Star to Lieutenant William H. McClaskey

Mrs. Richard L. Cochrane, Rear Admiral Edward L. Cochrane, Mrs. Edward L. Cochrane, and Rear Admiral T. Withers at the Launch of the USS Sea Cat

Mrs. Orme C. Robbins, Mrs. Robert N. Robertson, Rear Admiral T. Withers, Mrs. Vernon L. Lowrance, and Mrs. James P. Lynch

Mrs. Roscoe W. Downs, Rear Admiral Thomas Withers, and Miss Eleanor Dzieman at the Launch of the USS Sennet

Miss Betty Jane Fischler, Mrs. Peter K. Fischler, Rear Admiral Withers, Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson, and Mrs. Tom C. Clark at the Launch of the USS Tench

Rear Admiral Robert A. Theobald at APL-13 Launching

SEABEES. DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY. BUREAU OF YARDS AND DOCKS

Margaret Chase Smith, Rear Admiral Thomas Withers, and Mrs. J.R. Bertrand at the Launch of the USS Sea Leopard

Mrs. John E. Fogarty, Rear Admiral T. Withers, and Miss Margaret A. Fogarty at the Launch of the USS Odax

Mrs. James J. Heffernan, Rear Admiral Thomas Withers, and Miss Patricia Heffernan at the Launch of the USS Sarda

Mayor Arthur J. Frawley of Lynn, Massachusetts, Presents a Plaque to Rear Admiral Thomas Withers

Six High-Ranking Japanese Generals and Admirals Who Surrendered at Cabe

President Harry S. Truman at an Unknown Event

Rear Adm. H. G. Rickover, USN (uncovered)

US Navy (USN) Rear Admiral (RADM) Albert Garcia III, Deputy Commander, 1ST Naval Construction Division, speaks with USN local area Delayed Entry Program members from Navy Recruiting District Denver, prior to their participation in the Navy Week Denver Cinco de Mayo Parade in Denver, Colorado (CO). Sponsored by the Navy Office of Community Outreach, Navy Week Denver is one of 20 such weeks planned this year in cities throughout the Country

A US Navy (USN) Color Guard, from Navy Reserve Center, Buckley Air Force Base (AFB), Colorado (CO), leads USN Rear Admiral (RADM) Albert Garcia III, Deputy Commander, 1ST Naval Construction Division, in the parade during the Cinco de Mayo Celebration held in, Denver, Colorado (CO). Sponsored by the Navy Office of Community Outreach, Navy Week Denver is one of 20 such weeks planned this year in cities throughout the Country

US Navy (USN) Rear Admiral (RADM) Anthony Winns, Vice Director for Operations Joint CHIEF of STAFF, gives a Navy T-shirt to a youth at the Children's Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia (GA). RADM Winns participated in the "Caps for Kids" program during his visit to Atlanta for the Navy Week 2006. Twenty such weeks arranged by the Navy Office of Community Outreach are planned this year in cities throughout the Country

Grand Marshall, Rear Admiral (RDML) (lower half) Albert Garcia III, Deputy Commander, First Naval Construction Division, and his wife, lead the parade during Denver Navy Week and Cinco de Mayo festival. Navy Week - Denver is one of 20 such events, arranged by the Navy Office of Community Outreach (NAVCO), planned for the year in cities throughout the US

US Navy (USN) Rear Admiral (RADM) W. Mark Skinner, Commander, Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division, China Lake and Point Mugu, California (CA), serves as Grand Marshall of the Grand Prix of Houston during Navy Week Houston. Sponsored by the Navy Office of Community Outreach, twenty such weeks are planned this year in cities throughout the Country

Secretary of Defense Melvin R. Laird, left, presents the Department of Defense Distinguished Service Medal to Rear Adm. Daniel J. Murphy, military assistant to the secretary of defense, during a ceremony at the Pentagon. His wife is standing by

Colonel Wesley Rice, President Gerald R. Ford, General Louis Wilson, William Middendorf, Brigadier General Charles Cooper, Rear Admiral John O'Connor, Captain Leo McDonald, Rene Arthur Gagnon, and Felix de Weldon at the Commemoration of 200th Birthday of the United States Marine Corps at the Iwo Jima Memorial

President Gerald R. Ford and Rear Admiral Ralph H. Carnahan, Commandant of the Naval District of Washington, Inspecting Sailors Assembled in Admiral Leutze Park at the Washington Navy Yard for the 200th Anniversary Celebration of the U.S. Navy

Rear Admiral Frederick F. Palmer, center, Commander Amphibious Group Two, talks to crewman on the bridge of the amphibious command ship USS MOUNT WHITNEY (LCC 20) while en route to participate in the allied Exercise TEAM WORK '76. The MOUNT WHITNEY is serving as flagship during the exercise scheduled for September 15-24

Rear Admiral Frederick F. Palmer, Commander, Amphibious Group Two, on the bridge of the amphibious command ship USS MOUNT WHITNEY (LCC 20) while en route to the allied Exercise TEAM WORK '76. The exercise is scheduled for September 15-24

Rear Admiral Frederick F. Palmer, rear, Commander Amphibious Group Two, talks to crewman on the bridge of the amphibious command ship USS MOUNT WHINTEY (LCC 20) while en route to participate in the allied Exercise TEAM WORK '76. The MOUNT WHITNEY is serving as flagship during the exercise scheduled for September 15-24

Vice Admiral John J. Shanahan, Commander, US Second Fleet, left, meets with Rear Admiral Frederick F. Palmer, Commander, Amphibious Group Two, aboard their flagship, the amphibious command ship USS MOUNT WHITNEY (LCC 20) en route to the allied Exercise TEAM WORK '76. The exercise is scheduled for September 15-24

Vice Admiral John J. Shanahan, Commander, US Second Fleet, left, listens to a report from Rear Admiral Frederick F. Palmer, commander, Amphibious Group Two, aboard their flagship, the amphibious command ship USS MOUNT WHITNEY (LCC 20) en route to the allied Exercise TEAM WORK '76. The exercise is scheduled for September 15-24

Rear Admiral Frederick F. Palmer, seated, Commander Amphibious Group Two, talks to crewman on the bridge of the amphibious command ship USS MOUNT WHITNEY (LCC 20) while en route to participate in the allied Exercise TEAM WORK '76. The MOUNT WHITNEY is serving as flagship during the exercise scheduled for September 15-24

Rear Admiral Frederick F. Palmer, Commander, Amphibious Group Two, center, talks to crewmen on the bridge of the amphibious command ship USS MOUNT WHITNEY (LCC 20) while en route to participate in allied Exercise TEAM WORK '76. The MOUNT WHITNEY is serving as flagship during the exercise is scheduled for September 15-24

Vice Admiral John J. Shanahan, Commander, US Second Fleet, left, meets with Rear Admiral Frederick F. Palmer, commander, Amphibious Group Two, aboard their flagship, the amphibious command ship USS MOUNT WHITNEY (LCC 20) en route to the allied Exercise TEAM WORK '76. The exercise is scheduled for September 15-24

Rear Admiral Frederick F. Palmer, Commander, US Amphibious Group Two, and a Marine Brigadier General hold a briefing aboard the amphibious command ship USS MOUNT WHITNEY (LCC 20) while en route to participate in the allied Exercise TEAM WORK '76. The MOUNT WHITNEY is serving as flagship during the exercise scheduled for September 15-24

Rear Admiral Frederick F. Palmer, Commander, US Amphibious Group Two, holds a briefing aboard the amphibious command ship USS MOUNT WHITNEY (LCC 20) while en route to participate in the allied Exercise TEAM WORK '76. The MOUNT WHITNEY is serving as flagship during the exercise scheduled for September 15-24

Jimmy Carter & Rear Admiral Holloway at Pentagon

Rear Admiral Lawrence Chambers (right), commander, Carrier Group Three, tours damage control central aboard the aircraft carrier USS CORAL SEA (CV 43)

Rear Adm. Grant Sharp, Commander, Battle Group Two, left, talks with Captain Jack A. Moriarty, Commanding Officer of the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV-67), seated right, during operations with Carrier Battle Group Eight off the coast of Lebanon

Captain Thomas C. Watson Jr., right, commanding officer, welcomes Rear Adm. Frederick C. Johnson for a visit aboard the aircraft carrier USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62)

The launching party for the guided missile frigate ANTRIM (FFG-20) are from left to right: CAPT S. P. Passantino, Mrs. Carl R. Meurk, Mrs. Leonard Laylon, Mrs, Richard N. Antrim, Miss No Robertson, Mrs. William Walker, RADM Floyd H. Miller and Mr. Lance Antrim during the ship's launching ceremony at Todd Pacific Shipyards Corporation

RADM John Ekelund, commander of exercise Unitas XX, talks with local VIPs in the pilot house of the guided missile destroyer USS DEWEY (DDG-45)

RADM John Ekelund, commander of exercise Unitas XX, escorts local VIPs on a tour of the guided missile destroyer USS DEWEY (DDG-45)

RADM John Ekelund releases the ship's lines prior to boarding as exercise Unitas XX gets underway

RADM John Ekelund, Unitas XX commander, and other officers participating in exercise Unitas XX visit Tiagba village

RADM John Ekelund, commander of exercise Unitas XX, participates in a wreath laying ceremony along with an Ecuadorian officer

RADM John Ekelund, exercise Unitas XX commander, stands on the pier prior to boarding the guided missile destroyer USS DEWEY (DDG-45) as the exercise gets underway

RADM John Ekelund, commander of exercise Unitas XX, talks with a subordinate officer in the pilot house of the guided missile destroyer USS DEWEY (DDG-45) during Phase 0 of the exercise

RADM John Ekelund, commander of exercise Unitas XX, participates with Colombian naval officers in a wreath laying ceremony

RADM John Ekelund, commander of the exercise Unitas XX task force, participates in a wreath laying ceremony along with a U.S. Navy captain during exercise Unitas XX

RADM John Ekelund, Unitas XX commander, and other officers participating in exercise Unitas XX arrive at Tiagba village in a small boat

Rear Admiral Robert E. Kirksey, commander, Task Force 77, confers with his aid aboard the aircraft carrier USS KITTY HAWK (CV 63)

Rear Admiral (RADM) Robert E. Kirksey, commander, Task Force 77, observes flight deck operations from the 0-10 level aboard the aircraft carrier USS KITTY HAWK (CV 63)

Rear Admiral (RADM) Robert E. Kirksey, commander, Task Force 77, observes flight deck operations from the 0-10 level aboard the aircraft carrier USS KITTY HAWK (CV 63)

Rear Admiral (RADM) Robert E. Kirksey, commander, Task Force 77, observes flight deck operations from the 0-10 level aboard the aircraft carrier USS KITTY HAWK (CV 63)

Rear Admiral (RADM) Robert E. Kirksey, commander, Task Force 77, is assisted in putting on a communications headset aboard the aircraft carrier USS KITTY HAWK (CV 63)

Rear Admiral (RADM) Lawrence Chambers, commander, Carrier Group Three (center), and his chief of staff, Captain (CAPT) Ming Chang participate in the cookout during Stand Down Day aboard the aircraft carrier USS CORAL SEA (CV 43)