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Richard Nixon reads the testimony of Whittaker Chambers to reporters. Representative John Rankin confers with Robert Strippling, Chief Investigator for the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC)

President John F. Kennedy Visits with Reporters upon Returning from Atlantic City, New Jersey

Former President Harry S. Truman Speaks to Reporters

Pat Nixon Leading Female White House Press Corps Reporters on a Tour of White House

Vice President Gerald R. Ford Talks with Reporters Following President Richard Nixon's Announcement That He Will Resign

Reporters Raising Their Hands to Ask Questions at President Gerald R. Ford's First Press Conference

Photograph of President Gerald Ford Sitting with Two Guests at a Party for Reporters and Staff That Traveled Aboard Air Force 2 with Vice President Ford

First Lady Betty Ford Talks with Reporters Outside the Guttman Institute for Early Detection of Breast Cancer in New York City

Walter Mondale and Harold Brown - Reviewing maps, Fr. 2A; Walter Mondale - With staff, Fr. 3A-4A; Jimmy Carter - Meeting in Oval Office with Joseph (Jody) Powell, Jr, Lloyd Cutler, Hamilton Jordan, for the negotiations of the release of the Iranian hostages, Fr. 5A-8A Talking on phone, Fr. 9A-10A; Signing documents, Fr. 10A; Speaking to reporters in the Briefing Room in the White House, Fr.13A-20A

Walt Wurfel -- Reporters

Informal Meeting with Reporters

Informal Meeting with Reporters

6-14 Reporters; 16-19 National Veterans Organizations

President Carter with Reporters -- Cabinet Room

4-8 Sens. Ribacoff and Talmage; 10-14 Reporters

Jimmy Carter - Talking on the phone for the negotiations of the release of the Iranian hostages, Fr. 6A-11A; Signing documents, Fr. 12A-18A, Speaking to reporters in the Briefing Room in the White House, Fr.19A-24A

Jimmy Carter - With Malcolm Frazer, Prime Minister of Australia; With Ambassador Andrew Young; Jody Powell Briefing Reporters

Jimmy Carter with reporters in Plains

BGEN Robert A. Rosenberg participates in a Media Training Seminar. Air Force public affairs personnel act as reporters to prepare him for actual interview situations

COL Robert J. Roetcisoender, Titan Wing commander, goes through media training at the Pentagon. Personnel from the Office of the Secretary of the Air Force, public affairs, act as reporters in various interview situations to prepare the colonel for actual interviews

CPT Sherry of the 1ST Maintenance Battalion, 1ST Force Service Supply Group, is interviewed by two television reporters about the crash of a civilian aircraft

Newspaper reporters gather around a Redeye missile as they get a personal briefing on it from BGEN Joseph E. Hopkins, assistant commanding general, 2nd Marine Division, Fleet Marine Force

Reporters and photographers crowd around LCOL Leroy Schroeder, B-1 bomber chief test pilot, as he answers questions about the aircraft. The B-1 bomber in the background has just completed a fly-by and landing at the base

Secretary of the Air Force Verne Orr, left, and members of the B-1 aircraft test team speak to reporters from a podium on the runway. The B-1 bomber in the background has just completed a fly-by and landing at the base

TECH. SGT. Donna Wertz, center, and other members of the first Air Force all-female flight crew to fly an overseas mission, discuss the flight with reporters prior to their departure. The women will fly a C-141 MEDEVAC aircraft to Rhein-Main Air Base, West Germany, with a stop-over at Lajes Field, Azores

Members of the first Air Force all-female flight crew to fly an overseas mission pose for German and American reporters and photographers. They flew a C-141 MEDEVAC aircraft from McGuire Air Force Base, N.J., to Rhein-Main with a stop-over at Lajes Field, Azores

Lieutenant (LT) Robert Goodman talks with reporters during a press conference following his release from Syrian captors. His plane was shot down during operations over Syrian-controlled territory in Lebanon on December 4, 1983

LT. Robert Goodman, his wife, Terry Lynn, and daughters, Marie and Morgan, talk with reporters during a press conference following his release from Syrian captors. His plane was shot down during operations over Syrian-controlled territory in Lebanon on December 4, 1983

The skipper of the US fishing boat, Frieda-K, talks to reporters after being released from the Soviet Union. The Frieda-K and her crew were detained in the Soviet Union for five days after being taken into custody for trespassing into Soviet waters

Rear Admiral Walter T. Piotti, commander, Cruiser Destroyer Group Five, speaks to Japanese reporters during a press conference aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS CARL VINSON (CVN 70). On the left is Captain Thomas A. Mercer, commanding officer of the carrier

Japanese reporters tour the bridge area of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS CARL VINSON (CVN 70)

Senator Jeremiah Denton, Republican-Alabama, is interviewed by reporters upon his arrival at the commissioning ceremony for the nuclear-powered strategic missile submarine USS ALABAMA (SSBN 731)

Flight commander Major (MAJ) LeRoy Edwards, right, and copilot Captain (CPT) Richard S. Wharton talk with reporters after transporting former TWA hostages to the base aboard a C-141B Starlifter aircraft. The 39 US citizens had been held captive for 16 days in Beirut, Lebanon, by Shiite Moslem terrorists

A US naval officer at the USAF Regional Medical Center Weisbaden answers reporters' questions concerning former TWA hostages who are at the center to receive medical checks prior to their return to the US. The 39 US citizens had been held captive for 16 days in Beirut, Lebanon, by Shiite Moslem terrorists

MAJ. LeRoy Edwards, commander of the C-141B Starlifter aircraft that brought former TWA hostages to the base, answers questions from reporters. The 39 U.S. citizens had been held captive for 16 days in Beirut, Lebanon, by Shiite Moslem terrorists

Secretary of the Air Force Verne Orr talks with reporters during the rollout ceremony for the first C-5B Galaxy aircraft. The ceremony is being held at the Lockheed Aircraft Corp. facility

Rear Admiral (RDML) (lower half) Robert L. Toney, commander, Naval Base, San Francisco, speaks with reporters during a press conference aboard the battleship USS MISSOURI (BB 63). The ship has just arrived in San Francisco to be recommissioning

San Francisco Mayor Dianne Feinstein speaks with reporters during a press conference aboard the battleship USS MISSOURI (BB 63). The ship has just arrived in San Francisco for recommissioning

Rear Admiral (RDML) (lower half) Robert Toney, commander, Naval Base, San Francisco, speaks with reporters during a press conference aboard the battleship USS MISSOURI (BB 63). The ship has just arrived in San Francisco to be recommissioned

Rear Admiral (RDML) (lower half) Robert Toney, commander, Naval Base, San Francisco, speaks with reporters during a press conference aboard the battleship USS MISSOURI (BB 63). The ship has just arrived in San Francisco to be recommissioned

Rear Admiral (RDML) (lower half) Robert L. Toney, commander, Naval Base, San Francisco, speaks with reporters during a press conference aboard the battleship USS MISSOURI (BB 63). The ship has just arrived in San Francisco to be recommissioned

Somoan Governor A.P. Lutali greets the 22nd Military Airlift Squadron C-5 Galaxy aircraft at the Pago Pago International Airport along with other local officials and reporters. The aircraft is carrying an emergency electrical generator and equipment

Albert MacDonald, state commissioner of agriculture, talks with reporters about Operation HAYLIFT. During the operation hay was airlifted in by C-141B Starlifter aircraft from Colorado to relieve drought stricken farmers in Southeastern United States

The Reverend Lawrence Jenco pauses in his address to reporters and well-wishers to offer a prayer prior to his departure to Rome, Italy. Father Jenco who was held captive in Lebanon for 19 months before his recent release, is being accompanied by Terry Waite, Middle East envoy for the Church of England

The Reverend Lawrence Jenco addresses reporters and well-wishers before his departure to Rome, Italy. Father Jenco who was held hostage in Lebanon for 19 months before his recent release, is being accompanied by Terry Waite, Middle East envoy for the Church of England

The Reverend Lawrence Jenco addresses reporters and well-wishers before his departure to Rome, Italy. Father Jenco was held hostage in Lebanon for 19 months before his recent release

The Reverend Lawrence Jenco addresses reporters and well-wishers before his departure to Rome, Italy. Father Jenco who was held hostage in Lebanon for 19 months before his recent release, is being accompanied by Terry Waite, Middle East envoy for the Church of England

The Reverend Lawrence Jenco addresses reporters and well-wishers before his departure to Rome, Italy. Father Jenco who was held hostage in Lebanon for 19 months before his recent release

The Reverend Lawrence Jenco addresses a crowd of reporters and well wishers upon his arrival on base. Father Jenco, held hostage in Lebanon for 19 months, was recently released from captivity

The Reverend Lawrence Jenco addresses a crowd of reporters and well wishers upon his arrival on base. Father Jenco, held hostage in Lebanon for 19 months, was recently released from captivity

The Reverend Lawrence Jenco addresses a crowd of reporters and well wishers upon his arrival on base. Father Jenco, held hostage in Lebanon for 19 months, was recently released from captivity

Four Afghan guerrillas and several hospital administrators sit on the podium during a press conference at the San Bernardino Community Hospital. The conference is being held so that the guerrillas can tell their story to reporters about the war with the Soviets and their subsequent injuries. The guerrillas are here in the United States to receive medical treatment for those injuries

Reporters question a hospital administrator concerning the four Afghan guerrillas (seated) who are to receive medical treatment at the San Bernardino Community Hospital and at Loma Linda University Medical Center

An Afghan guerrilla speaks through an interpreter during a press conference at the San Bernardino Community Hospital. The conference is being held so that the guerrillas can tell their story to reporters about the war with the Soviets and their subsequent injuries. The guerrillas are here in the United States to receive medical treatment for those injuries

An Afghan guerrilla speaks through an interpreter during a press conference at the San Bernardino Community Hospital. The conference is being held so that he and his compatroits can tell their story to reporters about the war with the Soviets and their subsequent injuries. The guerrillas are here in the United States to receive medical treatment for those injuries

Reporters question a hospital administrator concerning the four Afghan guerrillas (seated) who are to receive medical treatment at the San Bernardino Community Hospital and at Loma Linda University Medical Center

Four Afghan guerrillas and several hospital administrators sit on the podium during a press conference at the San Bernardino Community Hospital. The conference is being held so that the guerrillas can tell their story to reporters about the war with the Soviets and their subsequent injuries. The guerrillas are here in the United States to receive medical treatment for those injuries

An interpreter translates for reporters during a press conference at the San Bernardino Community Hospital. The conference is being held so that the four Afghan guerriillas can tell their story about the war with the Soviets and their subsequent injuries. The guerrillas are here in the United States to receive medical treatment for those injuries

Captain (CAPT) William M. Mathis, commanding officer of the guided missile cruiser USS FOX (CG 33), answers questions during an interview conducted by Pentagon pool reporters. The FOX is escorting the reflagged Kuwaiti super tankers GAS PRINCE and BRIDGETON

After accepting the first shipment of U.S.-provided supplies, Jamaican prime minister Edward Seaga, left, speaks to reporters about his nation's response to the devastation caused by Hurricane Gilbert, a powerful storm that hit the island on September 12

Brigadier General (BGEN) Gail M. Reals, commanding general, Marine Corps Base, Quantico, Virginia (VA), talks with reporters before a press conference

Colombian President Virgilio Barco speaks to reporters before his departure after a state visit

A day after a T-2C Buckeye aircraft crashed into the auxiliary aircraft landing training ship USS LEXINGTON (AVT 16), Captain C. Flack Logan, the ship's commanding officer, speaks to reporters on the pier. The accident, which occurred during routine training, killed five people and injured 19

Captain C. Flack Logan, Commanding Officer of the aircraft carrier USS LEXINGTON (AVT 16), speaks to reporters a day after a T-2C Buckeye aircraft crashed into the carrier's tower during a touch-and-go-practice landing October 29, killing its student pilot and four others

A North Korean soldier walks past reporters and members of the United Nations Command staff waiting outside the building in which the 458th Military Armistice Commission meeting is being held. The building is in the Joint Security Area between North Korea and South Korea

Shirley Temple Black, left, the U.S. ambassador to Czechoslovakia; Mrs. Vaclav Havel, second from left, the wife of Czechoslovakia's president; COL Edwin Motyka, second from right, the U.S. defense attache; and an unidentified man answer reporters' questions following an informal ceremony marking the presentation of 130,000 pounds of donated medical supplies to the Czech government. The supplies are flown to Prague from Rhein-Main Air Base, Germany, aboard a U.S. Air Force cargo aircraft

President George Bush eats his Thanksgiving Day dinner on the hood of an M998 High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) as Marines, security personnel and reporters crowd around him. The president and his wife are paying Thanksgiving Day visits to U.S. troops who are in Saudi Arabia for Operation Desert Shield

Marines standing atop an AAVP-7A1 amphibious assault vehicle watch as reporters arrive in an M-813 5-ton cargo truck to cover the visit of President and Mrs. George Bush. The president and his wife are paying Thanksgiving Day visits to U.S. troops who are in Saudi Arabia for Operation Desert Shield

Reporters speak with several soldiers from the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) inside a terminal building as other members of the unit wait to board an aircraft to deploy to Saudi Arabia for Operation Desert Shield

Edward Gnehm, center, U.S. ambassador to Kuwait, speaks to soldiers and reporters at the embassy following the retreat of Iraqi forces from Kuwait as a result of Operation Desert Storm

Reporters talk with Marines of the 1ST Marine Division at a site in the desert west of Kuwait International Airport following the cease-fire that ended Operation Desert Storm

A Marine non-commissioned officer from the 1ST Marine Division kneels beside an M-19 60mm mortar that is part of a display of captured Iraqi weapons and equipment being shown to reporters following the cease-fire that ended Operation Desert Storm. An AKM rifle and an RPG-7 rocket launcher are at lower left

Soldiers from the 413th Chemical Company pass through a crowd of family members, friends and news reporters upon returning from their deployment to Saudi Arabia for Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm

The large harbor tug NATCHITOCHES (YTB-799) heads across the harbor with reporters and cameramen aboard. The media personnel are covering the return of the guided missile destroyer USS MACDONOUGH (DDG-39) and the guided missile frigate USS NICHOLAS (FFG-47) to Naval Station, Charleston, S.C. The two ships left Charleston on September 21, 1990, for the Persian Gulf, where they served in Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm

Radio reporters interview SGT. Howard Brown and his wife, Wanda, as they are reunited on the pier following the arrival of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN (CVN-72) The LINCOLN is returning to Alameda after completing its first Western Pacific deployment

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of STAFF, General Colin Powell is surrounded by reporters and photographers during his visit to the Harris Life Support Center

GEN. Gordon R. Sullivan, Army CHIEF of STAFF, responds to a reporters question at a news conference

U.S. Air Force CHIEF of STAFF GEN Merrill McPeak is interviewed by reporters about the Provide Promise airdrop mission at Rhein Main

Left side profile of US Army CHIEF of STAFF, GEN Gordon Sullivan, as he responds to a reporters question during a news conference at the port of Mogadishu. Several US Army Soldiers are in the background

Secretary of Defense William Perry talks to reporters at Kigali Airport after his arrival to check on status of the relief operation

Secretary of Defense William Perry and GEN George Joulwan, Supreme Allied Commander Europe talk with reporters at Kigali Airport after their arrival to check on status of the relief operation

At the American camp, Army GEN John M. Shalikashvili, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of STAFF holds a press conference for reporters covering the Rwandan refugee crisis

Brigadier General Terry L Schwalier, commander 4404 wing (PROV) (left) and Major General Kurt B. Anderson, Commander of the Joint Task Force, South West Asia, take questions from reporters during a press briefing in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, following the bombing of the Khobar Towers housing compound near Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. A giant truck bomb exploded outside the north perimeter of the military housing compound, reducing an eight-story residence building to rubble, killing 19 airmen and wounding over 400 others

A close up view, taken between two reporters of Rodolphe Malebranche, Minister of Public Health, Port-au-Prince, Haiti, as he talks to members of the press about the new orthopedic section of University Hospital. The new section was rebuilt by the US Army "A" Company, 864th Engineers, Fort Lewis, Washington

US Army Instructors play the role of mock reporters during media training, interviewing Argentine soldiers at Fort Sherman, Panama during CABANAS '97. CABANAS '97 is a US Southern Command simulated United Nations-style peacekeeping operation in order to enhance regional cooperation and trust, reinforce staff functions and procedures in peacekeeping operations, and focus on interoperability for the coalition battalion staff

Secretary of Defense William Cohen, accompanied by National Security Advisor Samuel Burger (left) and Secretary of State Madeleine Albright (right), speaks during a press conference, held July 8, 1997, at the Miguel Angel Hotel, Madrid, Spain. The three policy leaders talked to reporters about the historic decision, made earlier in the day at the NATO summit, to invite Poland, Hungary, and the Czech Republic, three former members of the now defunct Warsaw Pact, to begin accession negotiations to join the NATO alliance

Secretary of Defense, The Honorable William B. Cohen, addresses military reporters about the Quadrennial Defense Review (QDR). In the report it states that it has been determined that US forces must be capable of fighting and winning two major theater wars nearly simultaneously. Also noted was the need in placing greater emphasis on the continuing need to maintain continuous overseas presence in order to shape the international environment and to be be better able to respond to a variety of smaller-scale contingencies and asymmetric threats

Deputy Secretary of Defense John J. Hamre briefs reporters on the accomplishments of the Defense Reform Initiatives in the Pentagon on October 8, 1998

Deputy Secretary of Defense John J. Hamre briefs reporters on the accomplishments of the Defense Reform Initiatives in the Pentagon on October 8, 1998

Straight on medium close-up shot as US Army General Wesley K. Clark, the Supreme Allied Commander of Europe, is surrounded by reporters after the peace Stabilization Force (SFOR), Change of Command ceremony. US Army General Eric K. Shinseki (Not shown), Commander of Stabilization Force (SFOR), relinquished his command to US Army General Montgomery C. Meigs (Not shown), the Commander of the U.S. Army Combined Arms Center and Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Forty nations supporting Operation Joint Forge, participated in the ceremony on the Ilidza Compound in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina

Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen (left) answers reporters' questions regarding the attacks on selected targets in Iraq during DESERT FOX. GEN Henry H. Shelton, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of STAFF listens in the background

Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen, with Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of STAFF GEN Henry H. Shelton, U.S. Army, stand in front of an aerial photograph as he briefs reporters on the attack of selected Iraqi targets during DESERT FOX

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of STAFF GEN Henry H. Shelton, U.S. Army, points to an aerial photograph as he briefs reporters on the bomb damage assessment of selected Iraqi targets during DESERT FOX

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of STAFF GEN Henry H. Shelton, U.S. Army, briefs reporters on the bomb damage assessment of strikes against Iraq during DESERT FOX

Sergeant (SGT) Christopher Trombatore, and Lance Corporal (LCPL) Daniel Reese, from Provost Marshals Office (PMO), hold back SGT Sergio Jimenez, of Public Affairs, and LCPL Beau Hestikin of the Video Section, who are posing as reporters during the Mass Casualty Drill at Marine Corps Air Station Yuma

US Air Force Captain Jennifer Kimmet, a flight nurse with the 43rd Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron/43rd Airlift Wing at Pope Air Force Base, North Carolina, is interviewed by reporters from WRAL channel 5 CBS, WTVD channel 11 ABC, WNCN channel 17 NBC, along with WFNC radio, prior to deploying to an undisclosed location in the Kosovo area of operations. Captain Kimmet pointed out to the news media that her unit is manned, trained, and equipped to treat, stabilize and air evacuate causalities from combat, accident or illness

US Air Force Captain Tim Dykens, CHIEF of Medical Logistics with the 43rd Medical Evacuation Squadron/43rd Airlift Wing at Pope Air Force Base, North Carolina, speaks with the news media prior to deploying to the Kosovo area of operations. Reporters from WRAL channel 5 CBS, WTVD channel 11 ABC, WNCN channel 17 NBC, along with WFNC radio, listened as he explained how this deployment differed from his previous combat deployment as a Marine during DESERT STORM

SRA Jack Gladd, Security Forces members, 586th Security Forces Squadron, Ramstein Air Base, Germany, checks media reporters for proper identification before letting them onto the US contingent encampment in Tirana, Albania. Gladd and other U.S. Air Force personnel are currently deployed to Albania in support of operation Shining Hope

Straight on medium shot of USAF Colonel Richard Parker, 820th Red Horse Squadron Commander as he answers questions at a news conference about their deployment to Albania for critical road and bridge repairs. News reporters and videographers are seen in the foreground. A statue of a red horse rearing up on its hind legs is seen in the background. This image was taken on June 8th, 1999

U.S. Marine Corps Marines and foreign news reporters gather information inside a bloody basement in an unmarked Islamic Resistance Center building, located in the city of Fallujah, Al Anbar Province, Iraq, on Dec. 2, 2004. This basement may have served as a torture chamber and is being shown to the foreign media as part of their tour of various sites within the city of Fallujah to see the reconstruction efforts going on after the November battle between Multinational Forces and insurgents in the city of Fallujah, during Operation Iraqi Freedom. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by CPL. Theresa M. Medina) (Released) (SUBSTANDARD)

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