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Warden, S J - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Warden, Jno A - State: Missouri - Year: 1861

Warden, Thomas T - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Warden, William - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Warden, Lyman - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Warden, H J - State: Illinois - Year: 1864

National Forest Fire Warden - All States

National Forest Fire Warden - All States

National Forest Fire Warden - All States

National Forest Fire Warden - All States

National Forest Fire Warden - All States

National Forest Fire Warden - All States

National Forest Fire Warden - All States

National Forest Fire Warden - All States

National Forest Fire Warden - All States

National Forest Fire Warden - All States

Letter Written by Leon B. Ivey to the Warden

Photograph of Fire Sign Made by Warden Wiles

Photograph of Warden Nixon of the State Conservation Department Holding a Dead Wolf

Photograph of Ohio State Fire Warden F. J. Etterling

Photograph of Game Warden Trying to Loosen Rope

Photograph of Fire Warden Station Sign

Associate Warden's Record Card of Richard Johnson, Jr.

Photograph of Fire Warden John Kimball Teaching Children About Flowers

GYSGT C.W. Simpson and SSGT E.M. Curtis prepare a food plot for the wild game at the Indian Lake Wildlife Refuge that is located on the base. Simpson is the base game warden

GYSGT C.W. Simpson, base game warden for the Indian Lake Wildlife Refuge, plants a food plot by using a tractor. The refuge is located on the Marine Base

Lieutenant Commander "Warden" Davis, pilot, prepares an F/A-18 Hornet aircraft from Fighter Attack Squadron 25 (VFA-25) for takeoff aboard the aircraft carrier USS CONSTELLATION (CV 64)

LT. CMDR. "Warden" Davis lands his F/A-18 Hornet aircraft, from Fighter Attack Squadron 25 (VFA-25), on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS CONSTELLATION (CV-64)

An F/A-18 Hornet aircraft from Fighter Attack Squadron 25 (VFA-25) prepares for takeoff on catapult No. 2 aboard the aircraft carrier USS CONSTELLATION (CV 64). The aircraft is piloted by Lieutenant Commander "Warden" Davis

SGT. Douglas Warden, 375th Civil Engineering Squadron, fills out baggage tags prior to deploying to Saudi Arabia in support of Operation Desert Shield

Straight on medium shot of USAF Airmen First Class Thomas White as he stands next to his horse's head while holding the reins. A1C White enjoys working in the Game Warden's office on Vandenberg Air Force Base. There are only seven bases in the entire Air Force that employs Game Wardens. When asked what is his favorite part of his job, he replied, "enforcing the hunting and fishing laws." The most frequently broken laws are using an illegal weapon and fishing over the limit

US Air Force Security Police SENIOR Airmen Brian Bauman (with binoculars) and SENIOR Airmen Damion McElroy are part of Vandenberg AFB, CA mounted horseback team which patrols along the seacoast of the 98,000-acre area while on game warden patrol duty. From AIRMAN Magazine, July 2000 article "From Airhorse to Spacehorse."

US Air Force Security Police SENIOR Airmen Damion McElroy part of Vandenberg AFB, CA mounted horseback team checks the hoof of his horse after a days work on game warden patrol duty. From AIRMAN Magazine, July 2000 article "From Airhorse to Spacehorse."

US Navy (USN) MASTER-at-Arms First Class (MA1) Chris Glover, Guantanamo Bay's only Navy-trained Game Warden, makes a land patrol along the cliffs at Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. From the US Navy (USN) "ALL HANDS" Magazine, August 2001 Issue

US Navy (USN) Electronics Technician First Class (ET1) Surface Warfare (SW) Eric Fernelius (left) and USN CHIEF Torpedomans Mate Second Class (CTM2) Chris Lewis (right), assigned to Harbor Patrol Unit Two (HP-2), check the contents of a fishermans cooler inside the boathouse, while conduction Game Warden operations at Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. From the US Navy (USN) "ALL HANDS" Magazine, August 2001 Issue

US Navy (USN) Electronics Technician First Class (ET1) Surface Warfare (SW) Eric Fernelius, assigned to Harbor Patrol Unit Two (HP-2), hails a fisherman from his Rigid Hull Inflatable Boat (RHIB), while conduction Game Warden operations in the waters near Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. From the US Navy (USN) "ALL HANDS" Magazine, August 2001 Issue

US Air Force (USAF) Crew CHIEF Joshua Stephens launches his 31st Fighter Wing (FW) F-16CJ Fighting Falcon fighter piloted by Brigadier General (BGEN) Mike Warden on a sortie

Aboard the US Navy (USN) OHIO CLASS Guided Missile Submarine USS FLORIDA (SSGN 728), USN Machinist's Mate First Class (MM1) Brian Warden (center) is interviewed by Casey Black (left) and Marty Hamrick (right), both members of the News 4 Jacksonville television news station in Florida

Flooding - Dilworth, Minn. , May 28, 2009 -- Gary Fisher, a FEMA safety officer, gives the fire warden's training course to Joint Field Office staff. Training is a part of the on-going routine of Joint Field Offices. Photo by Ed Edahl/FEMA

Flooding - Dilworth, Minn. , May 28, 2009 -- Gary Fisher, a FEMA safety officer, gives the fire warden's training course to Joint Field Office staff. Training is a part of the on-going routine of Joint Field Offices. Photo by Ed Edahl/FEMA

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