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First row, left to right: the Honorable Secretary of Defense Les Aspin, Commander of Troops, the Honorable Bruce Babbitt, Secretary of the Interior. Second Row, left to right: Individual unknown, the Honorable Marvin Runyon, Postmaster General, United States Postal Service. Third row, General Colin Powell, Chairman, Joint CHIEF of STAFF, pass through an honor cordon during the 50th Anniversary celebration of the Pentagon in Washington, D.C., on May 12, 1993. OSD Package No. A07D-00209 (DOD PHOTO by Robert D. Ward) (Released)

First row, left to right: the Honorable Secretary of Defense Les Aspin, Commander of Troops, the Honorable Bruce Babbitt, Secretary of the Interior. Second Row, left to right: Individual unknown, the Honorable Marvin Runyon, Postmaster General, United States Postal Service. Third row, General Colin Powell, Chairman, Joint Chiefs of STAFF, pass through an honor cordon during the 50th Anniversary celebration of the Pentagon, in Washington, D.C., on May 12, 1993. OSD Package No. A07D-00209 (DOD PHOTO by Robert D. Ward) (Released)

Susan LaChance (left), of the United States Postal Service (USPS) along with a representative from the Iowa Governors Office unveil one of three new stamps honoring US Army (USA) Captain (CPT) Meriwether Lewis and CPT William Clark, the leaders of the 1804-1806 Lewis and Clark expedition. The stamps were simultaneously unveiled in 11 states along the trail of the expedition. Sioux City, Iowa is where Sergeant Floyd, the only person to die on the expedition, is buried

Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, the leaders of the 1804-1806 Lewis and Clark expedition, begin a new journey when the United States Postal Service (USPS) issued three commemorative postage stamps honoring each adventurer and their joint command to map and explore the lands west of the Mississippi (MS)

Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, the leaders of the 1804-1806 Lewis and Clark expedition, begin a new journey when the United States Postal Service (USPS) issued three commemorative postage stamps honoring each adventurer and their joint command to map and explore the lands west of the Mississippi (MS)