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[Map of part of Montgomery County showing] Topographical Approaches on the Left Bank of the Potomac to Washington City from the North West. Surveyed by Parties of U. S. Coast Survey detailed by A. D. Bache, Supt., to act under the orders of Lieut. Col. J. N. Macomb, Chf. Topl. Engr. of the Army of the Potomac. Parts of Sept. & Oct. 1861. Field work by F. W. Dorr & C. Rockwell, U.S.C.S. ...Drawn by E. Hergesheimer. Photographs by G. Mathiot and D. Hinkle.

Northern Part of Florida. Compiled and Published at the United States Coast Survey Office, A. D. Bache, Superintendent. 1864. Drawn by H. Lindenkohl.

Battlefield in front of Franklin, Tennessee, where the United States Forces commanded by Major General J. M. Schofield severely repulsed the Rebel Army under General J. B. Hood, November 30th, 1864. Compiled under the Direction of Col. W. E. Merrill, Chief Engr., D. Cd., by Edward Ruger, Supt., Topl. Engr. Office, Milty. Divn. Tenn....Surveys made by Major James R. Willett, 1st U.S.V.V. Engrs., and Major I. J. S. Remington, 74st Illinois V. V. Infy.

Map of the Washington and Alexandria Railroad and its Connections with the Baltimore and Ohio, Loudon and Hampshire, and Orange and Alexandria Railroads. Compiled and Drawn at the Office of Chief Engineer and General Superintendent, U. S. Mil. R. Rds. of Va., Alexandria, Va., May 1865, By W. M. Merrick, Draughtsman.

Military Railroad Map of City Point, Va., Principal Terminus of City Point and Army Railroad Line and Base of Armies Operating Against Richmond. Drawn at Office of Chief Engineer and General Superintendent, Military Railroads of Va., Alexandria, Va., June 1865, From Actual Survey by Wm. M. Merrick Engineer and Draughtsman.

American Red Cross - N thru W - A.R.C. Personnel. Miss Julia Stimson, formerly Chief of American Red Cross in France, appointed Chief Nurse of Army Nurse Corps of A.E.F. to take effect early in November, 1918. Miss Stimson was wit British forces before coming to the A.R.C. A graduate of Vassar before the war she held position of Superintendent of Harlem Hospital in New York City, and afterwards had charge of Department of Nursing and Social Service in Washington University, St. Louis, MO

American Red Cross - E thru H - Miss A.W. Gill, of British Delegation, R.R.C., Superintendent Nurses' Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh. Principal Matron T.F.N.S. President Scottish Matron Association

American Red Cross - E thru H - Chief nurse for American Red Cross in Great Britain. Miss Carrie M. Hall of Boston, Mass., at her desk in Red Cross Headquarters, 40 Grosvenor Gardens, London, England. Miss Hall, who now has charge of all the American Red Cross nurses in the British Isles, had charge of the so-called Harvard Unit, which arrived in London in 1917 and was transferred to take over a large base hospital in the British Army zone in France. She formerly was superintendent and principal of the Nurses' Training Schoo in the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital in Boston, and is a graduate of Columbia University, New York

Balloons - Manufacturing - General - Activity in producing balloons for war service. Rear view of French type kite balloon. Left to right: Designer, Mr. Scott; Rigger, Mr. Bows; assembly boss, Boughmon; Lt. Phil Chase, inspector, and instructor; and the superintendent

Superintendent Ellis Inspecting Masonry Work on Cattle Pass Bridge

Superintendent McGregor Speaks to Group

Superintendent Ernest W. Jermack

Portrait Photograph of Leopoldo Sandri, Supt. of the Central State Archives, Rome

39 Workers of Community Housing Project and Superintendent W. C. Smith

President Gerald R. Ford, Secretary of the Navy J. William Middendorf, and the Naval Academy Superintendent Vice Admiral William Mack Watch the First Half of the 75th Army-Navy Football Game at John F. Kennedy Stadium

MASTER SGT. Arvel Jackson instructs 1ST LT. Vance Zider on the use of a tripod-mounted mortar sight to ensure the position and alignment of an 81mm mortar and its base plate during heavy weapons training at Rodriquez Range. Jackson is a Pacific Air Force 3rd Security Police Squadron heavy weapons superintendent and Zider, a 51st Security Police Squadron member

A master sergeant briefs GEN Bryce Poe, commander, Air Force Logistics Command, on metal fatigue of the wing struts of an F-111 aircraft. The master sergeant is a superintendent of the 48th Field Maintenance Squadron

Air Force Academy Superintendent MGEN Robert E. Kelley speaks prior to the start of the Mirage Bowl football game against San Diego State University

Artwork: "First Superintendent of the Air Academy - LGEN Hubert Harmon" Artist: Henry Koehler

CMSGT William L. Jackson, aerospace ground equipment superintendent, 316th Field Maintenance Squadron, explains an equipment problem to his Japanese counterpart

SMSGT Richard A. Evans, avionics branch superintendent, 316th Field Maintenance Squadron, records information on status boards

Ship's Berthing Superintendent R.G. Harman gives instructions on a radio as the battleship NEW JERSEY (BB-62) is refloated in a drydock here. The ship has been in mothball storage since 1969

Mrs. Douglas MacArthur, widow of GEN Douglas MacArthur, is introduced to cadet 1 CPT Lawrence Kinde by LGEN Willard W. Scott, superintendent of the U.S. Military Academy

Lieutenant General Willard Scott, superintendent (right), along with other alumni of the US Military Academy, view an alumni exercise

Lieutenant General Willard Scott, superintendent (left), and Commandant of Cadets Brigadier General (BGEN) John Mollering (right) hand out diplomas to new graduates during graduation ceremonies at the US Military Academy

MASTER Sergeant Russell Bayne, a maintenance superintendent assigned to Detachment 1, 5th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, operates a jack during a landing gear inspection on the flight line

A view of the US Air Force Academy from Briggs Overlook. In the foreground is a memorial to Lieutenant General (LGEN) James Elbert Briggs, the second superintendent of the academy

Major General John L. Ballantyne, CG, US Army Military District of Washington, presents the flag from the casket of the Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Era to President Ronald Reagan. The presentation is taking place at the conclusion of the internment ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknowns, Arlington National Cemetery. Looking on is Raymond J. Costanzo, far left, superintendent, Arlington National Cemetery

President Ronald Reagan participates in the internment ceremony for the Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Era at the Tomb of the Unknowns, Arlington National Cemetery. With the the president are Major General John L. Ballantyne, right, CG, US Army Military District of Washington, and Raymond J. Costanzo, far left, superintendent, Arlington National Cemetery

President Ronald Reagan participates in the internment ceremony for the Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Era at the Tomb of the Unknowns, Arlington National Cemetery. With the the president are Major General John L. Ballantyne, right, CG, US Army Military District of Washington, and Raymond J. Costanzo, far left, superintendent, Arlington National Cemetery

President Ronald Reagan presents the flag from the casket of the Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Era to Raymond J. Costanzo, superintendent, Arlington National Cemetery, at the conclusion of the internment ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknowns. Major General John L. Ballantyne, CG, US Army Military District of Washington, is on the right

Members of the 3rd Infantry (The Old Guard) render a salute as the casket of the Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Era is lowered into a crypt at the Tomb of the Unknowns, Arlington National Cemetery. Standing at the head of the casket are Raymond J. Costanzo, ANC superintendent, and Major General John L. Ballantyne, commanding general, US Army Military District of Washington

Members of the 3rd Infantry (The Old Guard) render a salute as the casket of the Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Era is lowered into a crypt at the Tomb of the Unknowns, Arlington National Cemetery. Shaking hands are Raymond J. Costanzo, ANC superintendent, and Major General John L. Ballantyne, commanding general, US Army Military District of Washington. (SUBSTANDARD)

President Ronald Reagan watches as a joint services casket team lifts the flag from the casket of the Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Era. With the president during the internment ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknowns, Arlington National Cemetery, are Major General John L. Ballantyne, right, CG, MDW, and Raymond J. Costanzo, far left, superintendent, Arlington National Cemetery

Raymond J. Costanzo, superintendent, Arlington National Cemetery, starts the lowering of the casket of the Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Era into a crypt at the Tomb of the Unknowns. Standing by is Major General John L. Ballantyne, commanding general, US Army Military District of Washington

Members of the 3rd Infantry (The Old Guard) render a salute as the casket of the Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Era is lowered into a crypt at the Tomb of the Unknowns, Arlington National Cemetery. Standing at the head of the casket are Raymond J. Costanzo, ANC superintendent, and Major General John L. Ballantyne, commanding general, US Army Military District of Washington

President Ronald Reagan accepts the flag that covered the casket of the Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Era from Major General John L. Ballantyne, CG, US Army Military District of Washington, at the conclusion of the internment ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknowns, Arlington National Cemetery. Looking on is Raymond J. Costanzo, far left, superintendent, Arlington National Cemetery

The Presidential Wreath is brought forward during the interment ceremony for the Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Era at the Tomb of the Unknowns, Arlington National Cemetery. With President Ronald Reagan are MGEN John L. Ballantyne, right, CG, U.S. Army Military District of Washington, and Raymond J. Costanzo, far left, superintendent, ANC

President Ronald Reagan, right, and Major General John L. Ballantyne III, commanding general, US Army Military District of Washington, District of Columbia, salute the casket of the Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Era during the interment ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery. Ray Costanza, superintendent of the cemetery, stands behind them

President Ronald Reagan presents the flag from the casket of the Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Era to Ray Costanza, superintendent of Arlington National Cemetery, during the interment ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknowns in the cemetery

Former Secretary of the Army (1965-1971) Stanley Resor, center, receives the Thayer award as Lieutenant General Willard Scott Jr., Superintendent, US Military Academy looks on. This annual award is presented to citizens whose services and accomplishments best exemplify the academy's motto - "Duty, Honor, Country."

Thayer award recipient and former Secretary of the Army (1965-1971) Stanley Resor, left, reviews the corps of cadets with Lieutenant General Willard Scott Jr., Superintendent. US Military Academy, rear center, and cadet First Captain B. Dosa. The Thayer award is presented to citizens whose services and accomplishments best exemplify the academy's motto - "Duty, Honor, Country."

Lieutenant General (LGEN) Willard W. Scott, superintendent; Brigadier General (BGEN) Frederick A. Smith Jr., dean; BGEN Peter J. Boylan Jr., commandant, and the department heads of the US Military Academy, stand in review with the award-winning cadets at the Superintendent's Awards Review

Lieutenant General (LGEN) Willard W. Scott, superintendent of the US Military Academy, exchanges gifts with cadets from Korea as a part of the foreign academy exchange program

SENIOR MASTER Sergeant (SMSGT) Eddie Flowers, aircraft production superintendent, 325th Aircraft Generation Squadron, looks up from the flight line. Flowers has been named one of the Air Force's outstanding Airmen of the year for 1985

SENIOR MASTER Sergeant (SMSGT) Eddie Flowers, aircraft production superintendent, 325th Aircraft Generation Squadron, checks the cockpit of an F-15 Eagle aircraft. Flowers has been named one of the Air Force's outstanding Airmen of the year for 1985

SENIOR MASTER Sergeant (SMSGT) Eddie Flowers, aircraft production superintendent, 325th Aircraft Generation Squadron, conducts a morning staff meeting for the 1ST Aircraft Maintenance Unit. Flowers has been named one of the Air Force's outstanding Airmen of the year for 1985

SENIOR MASTER Sergeant (SMSGT) Eddie Flowers, aircraft production superintendent, 325th Aircraft Generation Squadron, directs an F-15 Eagle aircraft through a combat turn on the flight line. Flowers has been named one of the Air Force's outstanding Airmen of the year for 1985

Colonel (COL) Rushton is sworn in as director of admissions by Lieutenant General (LGEN) Willard W. Scott, superintendent of the US Military Academy

The keel laying of Aegis cruiser (CG 56) is observed by, left to right: Ray Harbrecht, director, Ingalls Ships Management; Captain (CAPT) Blair Ireland, Aegis area commander; CAPT G.W. Dowell, supervisor of shipbuilding; L.T. Henderson, program manager; Earl Buckley, general superintendent; and Charles Brannon, hull foreman

Technical Sergeant (TSGT) Walter B. Shoemaker, an electronic combat superintendent, jams a local radio transmission during Exercise TEAM SPIRIT'86

Attending the keel laying of Aegis cruiser (CG 57) at the Ingalls Shipbuilding shipyard are, from left to right: Al Storey, general ship superintendent; Captain (CAPT) Blair Ireland, Aegis area commander; Teno Henderson, program manager, construction; J.D. Taylor, ship coordinator; and Ray Harbrecht, director, ships management

Captain (CAPT) Donald M. Lachata, commanding officer, Trident Training Facility (TriTraFac), Bangor, receives an award from Dr. Clifford W. Campbell, superintendent of schools for North Kitsap School District. The award honors TriTraFac, Bangor volunteers who assisted in developing the school's new physical education program

TSGT Jonel Goodman of the 81st Tactical Fighter Wing, airfield management superintendent, checks the precision approach-path indicator lights

Portrait of DoD Mr. John C. Metzler, Superintendent, Arlington National Cemetery. (U.S. Army photo by Mr. Russell F. Roederer) (Released) (PC-191758)

Commander in CHIEF, U.S. Central Command, GEN H. Norman Schwarzkopf, guest speaker at the 1991 Naval Academy graduation at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, speaks to the Brigade of Midshipmen and other guests as Naval Academy Superintendent RADM Virgil L. Hill Jr., seated left, looks on

GEN H. Norman Schwarzkopf, center, commander in chief, U.S. Central Command, acknowledges the applause of the crowd attending the graduation and commissioning ceremony for the academy's Class of 1991. Schwarzkopf is flanked by Secretary of the Navy H. Lawrence Garrett III, left, and RADM Virgil L. Hill Jr., right, superintendent of the Naval Academy

USAF SENIOR MASTER Sergeant James S. Percy (left), Superintendent and Project Manager on the Fasteners, Actuators, Connectors, Tools, and Subsystems (FACTS) Program office at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio assist SENIOR AIRMAN Noel P. Fejeran a structural maintenance technician, from Travis Air Force Base, California with problems he has been having with a high-lock gun. From AIRMAN Magazine's January 1995 (inside cover) article "Just The Facts"

Adm. Charles R. Larson, Superintendent of the United States Naval Academy, observes as midshipmen man the operations control and steering station on board the Ohio class ballistic missile submarine simulator in the training facilities

Rear Adm. Winford G. Ellis, Commander Submarine Force United states Pacific Fleet, explains to Adm. Charles R. Larson, Superintendent of the United States Naval Academy, and several interested midshipmen, the functions of the control and operations center of an Ohio class ballistic missile submarine simulator during a tour of the submarine base

Shot of US Air Force SENIOR MASTER Sergeant Glenn French, 101st Fighter Squadron life support superintendent, Otis Air National Guard Base, Massachusetts. This image was used in the January 1996 issue of AIRMAN Magazine

US Air Force Technical Sergeant Barbara A. Holtermann, superintendent of the gunsmith shop for the 343rd Training Squadron at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, poses in front of a target with her .45 caliber semiautomatic pistol after winning a distinguished pistol badge. This image was used in the January 1996 issue of AIRMAN Magazine

The San Antonio Military Family of the Year, MASTER SGT. and Mrs. Raythell Wynn and five year old son, Raythell "Ray Ray" Jr., pose in the family living room. MASTER SGT. Wynn is the superintendent of Education and Training in the 12th Operations Support Squadron

During the celebration of the 50th anniversary of Basic Military Training, COL. Bruce Senft (left), 37TRW Vice Commander, Patricia Ono, the first graduating female from Basic Military Training, and CHIEF MASTER SGT. John L. Eggers, 737 Group, Superintendent, enjoy some reminiscing

During the celebration and monument dedication of the 50th anniversary of Basic Military Training, CHIEF MASTER SGT. of the Air Force (RET) Gary Pfingstan and CHIEF John Eggers, Basic Military Training Group Superintendent, pose in front of the monument

STAFF Sergeant Vernon Simpson, a C-130 Hercules Flightline Expediter with the 4410 Airlift Squadron, And MASTER Sergeant Shosei Gemarino, a C-130 Maintenance Superintendent with the 4410 Airlift Squadron (AS), review the Aircraft Maintenance Schedule at Prince Sultan AB, Saudi Arabia. The 4410 AS recently relocated from Dahrahn AB, as part of Desert Focus and are now operating from Prince Sultan AB in support of Operation SOUTHERN WATCH. SOUTHERN WATCH monitors the no-fly restriction over Iraq

MASTER SGT. Jocelyn Nixon measures a radiation level at the Armstrong Laboratory Occupational and Health Directorate where she is the superintendent of the instrument calibration facility. She is wearing a collar badge to gauge doses of radiation to the thyroid. Nixon works primarily with the air Force Dosimetry Program which distributes, collects, and reads radiation badges worn by Air Force X-ray workers in the medical, dental, and industrial fields. Published in AIRMAN Magazine October 1996

US Air Force Captain Andrew Molner, Commander of the new Passenger Terminal, 436th Aerial Port Squadron (APS), and US Air Force MASTER Sergeant Jeffery Waid, Passenger Terminal Superintendent, 436th APS, cut the ceremonial ribbon while other distinguished guests look on during the Grand Opening

US Air Force (USAF) Captain (CPT) Bruce Beyerly, practices parachute landings using special 3-D goggles as USAF MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) Garrett Troquille, Life Support Superintendent, looks on inside the Life Support Center at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho (ID). From AIRMAN Magazine April 1998 Issue

US Air Force personnel, SENIOR MASTER Sergeant Michael Mendoza, Superintendent of the 436th Security Force Squadron and Mr. Tom Engelhert from the 436th Civil Engineers Squadron, discuss security and logistic issues required to accommodate President Bill Clintons visit to Dover Air Force Base

Medium long shot. Aerial Port Superintendent, MASTER Sergeant Gerritt McCrory, 86th Contingency Response Group, Ramstein Air Base, Germany, exits an all-terrain vehicle. Beira International Airport, Mozambique, is where U.S. personnel are flying humanitarian missions while supporting Operation Atlas Response

Keel laying of the Arleigh Burke Block IIA Aegis class guided missile destroyer USS PREBLE (DDG 88). Mr. Jerald Read, General Ship Superintendent and Rear Admiral (Upper half) William W. Cobb Jr., PEO/TSC Program Executive Officer pose for a photograph at the official keel laying ceremony

Keel laying of the Arleigh Burke Block IIA Aegis class guided missile destroyer USS PREBLE (DDG 88). Left to right: Paul Robinson, Vice President, Operation; Bob Merchent, Program Manager, Aegis Programs: Captain Fred Parker, PEO/TSC Associate Program Manager: Jerald Read, General Ship Superintendent; Rear Admiral (Upper half) William W. Cobb Jr., PEO/TSC Program Executive Officer, Captain Harry Rucker, Supervisor of Ship-building; Commander Steve Metz, Aegis Area Commander

US Air Force CHIEF Bill Barry, Superintendent of Operations, 603rd Air Control Squadron, Aviano Air Base, Italy, ignites a tent heater in a command tent. The 603rd is deployed to Bovbjerg, Denmark, in support of an annual Tactical Fighter Weaponry exercise "TFW" and a NATO Air Meet. TFW and NATO Air Meet are multinational exercises designed to practice and improve tactical capabilities in a combined training environment

From the left, Mrs. Barbara Westgate, Deputy Director of Programs, US Air Forces Europe headquarters, Ms. Margaret Zook, Directorate of Supply, and Deputy CHIEF of STAFF, and US Air Force Colonel Arthur Rooney, Jr., Director of Logistics, are briefed by US Air Force SENIOR MASTER Sergeant Alston Williams, 555th Fighter Squadron, lead program superintendent, at Aviano Air Base, Italy. The three are visiting Aviano to learn more about the maintenance impact of cannibalization of jets and how it adversley affects parts ordered against it

US Air Force MASTER Sergeant Michael Reed, Quality Assurance superintendent, 31st Fighter Wing, Aviano Air Base, Italy, installs a helicoil into an F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft gun system access unit. MSGT Reed submitted an idea to enlarge the helicoil area without harming the integrity of the unit, saving the Air Force 195,000 dollars in the first year in unit replacement costs

US Air Force Academy Falcon Cadet First Class Michael Gallagher receives a hardy job well done from the Academy Superintendent, Major General John D. Dallager, after the Silicon Valley Football Classic Bowl game. Air Force defeated Fresno State 37 to 34 in San Jose

(from left to right) US Air Force STAFF Sergeant Thomas Schell, Non Commission Officer Satellite Communications, and USAF Technical Sergeant James Farmer, Branch Superintendent of the 31st Air Expeditionary Force, 31st Communication Squadron, Aviano Air Base, Italy, adjust a TV Satellite for a Joint Broadcasting System. The Satellite will enable members of the 31st Fighter Wing, deployed to Exercise AFRICAN EAGLE to watch Super Bowl 2001. African Eagle is a bi-annual exercise held in Sidi Slimane Air Base, Morocco, designed to practice dissimilar air to air training with the Royal Moroccan Air Force

First Lady Laura Bush speaks to soldiers and children at Pinckney Elementary School, Fort Jackson, South Carolina. Mrs. Bush, a former teacher, visited the school in observance of National Teachers Day to promote the "Troops to Teachers" program, in which retired service members transition from active duty to teachers. Mrs. Bush said retired service members make great role models and some of the best teachers because of the training they receive during their time in the military. On the stage with Mrs. Bush are: Major General Raymond Barrett, USA, commander, Fort Jackson, Mrs. Barrett, and Dr. William Harner, former Fort Jackson Battalion commander now Superintendent of the Greenville...

US Air Force Lieutenant General Dallager, Air Force Academy Superintendent, addresses the Class of 2001 during graduation ceremony at the US Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado

Vice President Richard B. Cheney speaks to the Air Force Academy Class of 2001 during graduation ceremony at the US Air Force Academy Colorado Springs, CO. Lieutenant General John R. Dallager, the Air Force Academy Superintendent sits to the left

Participants at the official keel laying ceremony for the Arleigh Burke class guided missile destroyer USS PINCKNEY (DDG 91). Left to Right: Mr. Bob Merchant, AEIS Program Manager, Ingalls Shipbuilding; Mr. Jerald Read, Ship Superintendent, Northrop Grumman Ingalls Shipbuilding; Mr. Mike Ikner, welder, Ingalls Shipyard; Commander Steve Metz, US Navy (USN), Area Commander/Destroyer Project Officer; Mr. Paul Robinson, Vice President Operations Ingalls Shipbuilding; Captain Philip M. Johnson, USN, SENIOR Vice President, Northrop Grumman Ship Systems Sector; Lieutenant Commander Derek Sims, USN, Production Officer, SuShip Pascagoula Code 150P

The Honorable William Graves, Governor of Kansas, is greeted by MASTER Sergeant Rick Gaddy, Superintendent of the 31st Services Squadron Contingency Dormitory, during his visit to Aviano Air Base, Italy. Graves was here to visit the 184th Medical Squadron, Kansas Air National Guard, Topeka, Kansas, deployed to Aviano for annual training. Guardsmen work side by side with the 31st Medical Group supporting the men and woman of the Aviano AB community

MASTER Sergeant Steve Smith, USAF, (right), 39th Civil Engineer Squadron, Readiness Flight Superintendent, helps Major Larry Bradbury, USAF, 39th Contracting Squadron, Commander, suit up for readiness training at Incirlik Air Base, Turkey

Superintendent MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) Anthony Wise, USAF, (left), of the shows Helen Hornsby the proper techniques on using the equipment at the Skelton Memorial Fitness Center. MSGT Wise assigned to the 52nd Services Squadron, 52nd Support Group, 52nd Fighter Wing, Spangdahlem Air Base, Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany

A US Air Force (USAF), MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) Jose Lamboglia, Alert Superintendent, 93rd Fighter Squadron, uses a hand held radio at an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia, in support of Operation SOUTHERN WATCH

SENIOR MASTER Sergeant Robert Baldwin, US Air Force (USAF), (left), Superintendent of Maintenance and STAFF Sergeant Matthew Allen, USAF, 437th Aircraft Generation Squadron, Charleston Air Force Base, South Carolina, inspect an engine starter motor for a C-17A Globemaster III, on the ramp at Naval Air Station Sigonella, Sicily, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. In response to the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 at the New York World Trade Center and the Pentagon, President George W. Bush initiated Operation ENDURING FREEDOM in support of the Global War on Terrorism (GWOT), fighting terrorism abroad

SENIOR MASTER Sergeant Robert Baldwin, US Air Force (USAF), (left), Superintendent of Maintenance and STAFF Sergeant Matthew Allen, USAF, 437th Aircraft Generation Squadron, Charleston Air Force Base, South Carolina, inspect an engine starter motor for a C-17A Globemaster III, on the ramp at Naval Air Station Sigonella, Sicily, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. In response to the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 at the New York World Trade Center and the Pentagon, President George W. Bush initiated Operation ENDURING FREEDOM in support of the Global War on Terrorism (GWOT), fighting terrorism abroad

SENIOR MASTER Sergeant (SMSGT) Michael Bogaert, the 786th Postal Squadron Superintendent and AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Linda Botto set up a customer service window

MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) John Campbell, Superintendent and CHIEF Enlisted Terminal Attack Controller Instructor, with the 6th Combat Training Squadron (CTS), at Nellis Air Force Base (AFB), Nevada, teaches Royal Thailand Air Force (RTAF) pilots about the role of tactical air control

MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) Lanetta Moss, USAF, Superintendent of Personnel and AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Oneida Zapata, USAF, Performance Report Clerk, 51st Mission Support Squadron (MSS), record the result of M8 Chemical Agent Detector Paper after a simulated post-attack check of the area for any indication of chemical contamination. Both are in Protective Mask assuming Mission-Oriented Protective Posture response level 2 (MOPP-2), during a quarterly Exercise BEVERLY BULLDOG at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea

US Air Force (USAF) MASTER Sergeant (MSGT), Mark Lebel, Fuel Systems Superintendent, New Hampshire Air Nation Guard (ANG), opens a Red Cross package, inside a hangar at Moron AB, Spain, in support of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM

A special honor guard formation consisting of members of the 320th Special Tactics Squadron (STS) pay respect to the memory of MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) William McDaniel II, USAF, and STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Juan Ridout, USAF, during a memorial service on February 27, 2002. MSGT McDaniel II, Special Tactics Pararescue Flight Superintendent, and SSGT Ridout, Special Tactics Pararescueman, were with the 320th STS at Kadena Air ase, Japan. The two airmen were onboard a US Army MH-47 Chinook along with eight soldiers from the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, Kentucky. The helicopter crashed in the ohol Sea near the island of Apo on February 22, 2002 while en route from...

Captain (CAPT) David Buttrick, USAF, Chaplain, 909th Air Refueling Squadron (ARS), begins with an invocation at a memorial service for MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) William McDaniel II, USAF, and STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Juan Ridout, USAF, on February 27, 2002. MSGT McDaniel, Special Tactics Para-rescue Flight Superintendent, and SSGT Ridout, Special Tactics Pararescueman, were with the 320th Special Tactics Squadron at Kadena Air Base, Japan. The two airmen were on board an Army MH-47 Chinook along with eight Army soldiers. The helicopter crashed in the Bohol Sea near the island of Apo on February 22, 2002 while en route from Basilan Island to Mactan, in the Philippines. They were supporting US...

Technical Sergeant (TSGT) Ronald O'Steen, USAF, 320th Special Tactics Squadron, salutes his lost friends, MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) William McDaniel II, USAF, and STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Juan Ridout, USAF, during a memorial service on February 27, 2002. MSGT McDaniel, Special Tactics Para-rescue Flight Superintendent, and SSGT Ridout, Special Tactics Pararescueman, were with the 320th Special Tactics Squadron at Kadena Air Base, Japan. The two airmen were on board an Army MH-47 Chinook along with eight Army soldiers. The helicopter crashed in the Bohol Sea near the island of Apo on February 22, 2002 while en route from Basilan Island to Mactan, in the Philippines. They were supporting US...

STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Justin Barrera (left), USAF and SSGT Brian Huinker, USAF, 320th Special Tactics Squadron (STS), add their shields, from their berets, to the mementos on a memorial display to commemorate MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) William McDaniel II, USAF, and SSGT Juan Ridout, USAF, 320th STS. MSGT McDaniel II, Special Tactics Pararescue Flight Superintendent, and SSGT Ridout, Special Tactics Pararescueman, were with the 320th STS at Kadena Air Base, Japan. The two airmen were onboard a US Army MH-47 Chinook along with eight soldiers from the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, Kentucky. The helicopter crashed in the Bohol Sea near the island of Apo on February...

MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) Insaf Mohammed, USAF, First Term Airmen Center (FTAC) Superintendent, 48th Mission Support Squadron (MSS), 48th Fighter Wing (FW), RAF Lakenheath, United Kingdom, gives a tour of the facility to RAF Lakenheath's newest Airmen. FTAC is a two-week program that provides commanders and supervisors with mission-ready airmen, by completing base in processing, and familiarizing them with base support functions and services

US Air Force (USAF) CHIEF MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) Donald Shelton, Superintendent, 38th Rescue Squadron, receives the folded American Flag from a member of the USAF Honor Guard during the Graveside Funeral Service for USAF SENIOR Airmen (SRA) Jason Cunningham, held at Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia (VA). SRA Cunningham, a Pararescueman, was killed in action in Afghanistan during Operation ANACONDA

US Air Force (USAF) Major (MAJ) Vincent Savino, Commander, 38th Rescue Squadron and USAF CHIEF MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) Donald Shelton, Superintendent, 38th Rescue Squadron, present folded American Flags to the wife and family members of USAF SENIOR Airmen (SRA) Jason Cunningham during the Graveside Funeral Service held at Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia (VA). SRA Cunningham, a Pararescueman, was killed in action in Afghanistan during Operation ANACONDA

Technical Sergeant (TSGT) Robert Tremmel, USAF, Military Working Dog (MWD) Section Training Superintendent, 86th Security Forces Squadron (SFS), Ramstein Air Base (AB), Germany, gives, MWD Argo, a"bite"after searching rooms during the building search portion of the 2002 Military Working Dog Competition, at Ramstein AB. The four-day competition showcased the dogs and handlers skills as a team