RME0JKNJ–U.S. Marine Capt. Owen Boyce, the commanding officer of Headquarters and Service Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, a
RM2D5A59B–Maya Bhirde (R) ties a 'rakhi' to the wrist of Brigadier Tej Krishen Kaul, the Indian Army's commanding officer for Bombay, August 20. Indian women tie rakhi, a ribbon decorated with coloured beads and tinsel, to their brothers in conjunction with the festival of Raksha Bandhan which falls on August 26 this year, to remind men of their duty to protect their sisters. Bhirde's rakhi to the Brigadier was one of 100,000 rakhis sent by Air India, the country's national airline, to soldiers guarding the northern border with arch rival Pakistan. The Indian army has seen a surge in popularity in the c
RMER76EY–Accurate picture of commanding officer from the republic of
RMG4EMT4–PA NEWS PHOTO 14/12/92 PADDY ASHDOWN GREETS THE COMMANDING OFFICER OF ONE CHESHIRE BATTLE GROUP LT. COLONEL ROB STEWART IN VITEZ, NORTHERN BOSNIA
RMD98D0Y–Commanding Officer inspecting the Sioux Indian Camp, also the Mediciine Tepee and flag of red flannel, with One Bull and Black Praire Chicken watching a hide that has just been stretched by squaws, 1882.
RMRRM9JG–Rosenberg-Gruszczynski, Adolf Louis von, 1808 - 1884, Prussian general, Commanding Officer of the Guard Landwehr Division 1866, portrait, 1870, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RME0XH5M–Dec. 12, 1966 - The Army puts on a pantomime: The Commanding Officer of 42 Survey Regiment Royal Engineers, Lieutenant-Colonel Stanley Island, wanted to do something different this Christmas. So he called in Sergeant Frank Patterson who had been running his own local pop group. ''Would it be possible to stage a pantomime?. Sergeant Patterson said ''we'll do it''. Some months later,it has become clear that the Army has a real flair for showbusiness. The Survey Engineers Robinson Crusee'' at Barton Stacey Camp, near Andover, Hants is an impressive production
RM2BC7WHY–U.S. Navy Capt. Brett Crozier, commanding officer of the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt, addresses the crew as they depart for deployment January 17, 2020 in San Diego, California. Crozier was relieved of duty March 31, 2020 after writing a four-page letter to his superiors, pleading with them to take action to help stem the spread of COVID-19 cases on his ship.
RM2BW35P8–The King ' s goat received by commanding officer of the 1st battalion Welsh Regiment . A two year old goat , the gift of the King , was received at Salamanca parade ground , Aldershot , by the commanding officer of the 1st Battalion Welsh Regiment , Lieutenant Colonel F H Linton , DSO . The goat is to be the new regimental mascot in succession to Taffy V , who died a fortnight ago . The new mascot will be named Taffy VI . Photo shows ; Lieutenant Col F H Linton , DSO , with the goat . 3 May 1933
RFGKM6J4–THAILAND ARMY FLAGS. Royal Thai Army. Commanding Officer. Army Corps, 1958
RFJ7ACB3–Commanding officer of troops talking with his men in New Caledonia, 1942.
RM2F31XRM–LIEUTENANT COLONEL GEORGE KIRKPATRICK ANSELL - A printed portrait from a 1914-1915 role of honour page of those killed in action in World War One. ----- The 4th and the 5th Dragoon Guards saw action from the outset of the First World War. C Squadron, the 4th Dragoon Guards had the honour of the first action by the British army in the war. Corporal Thomas fired the first shot. Captain Hornby was the first officer to use his sword in combat. A few days later the Commanding Officer of the 5th Dragoon Guards (cavalry), Lieutenant Colonel G K Ansell, was killed in action at Nery. -
RMCW5C1F–Blanchard, Commanding officer of the Militia
RM2H6FNK0–US Navy Commanding Officer Frederick R. Haselton, USA 1967
RMPMBE69–Captain Peretz (STEVE BURTON, left) confers with his commanding officer, Colonel Winter (JAMES GANDOLFINI), in DreamWorks Pictures' THE LAST CASTLE.
RMDDW1CF–BRITISH OFFICER IN EGYPT, and that their Commanding Officer Had to Engage the Battalion Single-handed, engraving 1884
RMA28ARA–K. M. Cariappa, Indian commanding officer, Field Marshal, Kodandera Madappa Cariappa, first Indian Commander in Chief, India, old vintage 1900s image
RM2EXER7F–LT COL JOHN DONNELLY, COMMANDING OFFICER OF THE CHESHIRE REGT,,BACK IN BARRACKS ON THEIR RETURN FRON IRAQ.1/12/04 PILSTON
RMFTEJF6–MEDITERRANEAN SEA (Dec. 01, 2014) Cmdr. Charles Hampton, USS Donald Cook (DDG 75) commanding officer, congratulates newly-promoted petty officers following a frocking ceremony aboard the ship’s flight deck Dec. 1, 2014. Donald Cook, an Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer, forward-deployed to Rota, Spain, is conducting naval operations in the U.S. 6th Fleet area of operations in support of U.S. national security interests in Europe.
RME21T77–Lieutenant Colonel Owen Lyttle, commanding officer of 2 Royal Irish Regiment, gives a salute
RMDY1P5T–Portsmouth, UK. 3rd April, 2014. Commander Robert Forsyth, the last commanding officer of HMS Alliance demonstrating the use of the periscope at the Official Launch of The National Musuem of the Royal Navy, Historic Dockyard, Portsmouth, Hampshire, UK. 03rd April 2014. Credit: Flashspix/Alamy Live News
RM2D33100–Commanding Officer Colonel Simon Wolsey pays tribute to those who lost their lives in the Iraqi conflict as around 250 Commandos arrived home to an emotional welcome, after weeks of fierce fighting in Iraq. The troops of 29 Commando Regiment Royal Artillery, *..who flew into RAF Brize Norton in the early hours, were greeted by their families at the Citadel barracks on Plymouth Hoe, Devon, with banners, union flags, balloons and air horns. But the joy of their return was tempered with the memory of the loss of three of their colleagues in a helicopter crash in the early days of the conflict.
RMHM75GX–Commanding officer´s house, Fort Verde State Historic Park, Camp Verde, Arizona.
RMRWGYHB–Denikin, Anton Ivanovich, 4.12. / 13.10.1872 - 18.8.1947, Russian general, Commanding Officer of the White Volunteer Army 1917 - 1920, full-length, circa 1918, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RME130EA–Feb. 26, 2012 - Commanding Officer of Dreadnought, Cdr. B..P. Samborne. Behind him are the large hydroplane fins.
RMPXJ7D0–James Jonas Madison wearing the Medal of Honor, Tiffany Cross. Commanding Officer of USS Ticonderoga. Commander James J Madison, (1884 – 1922) officer in the United States Naval Reserve and a World War I recipient of the Medal of Honor
RM2BC7WHN–U.S. Navy Capt. Brett Crozier, commanding officer of the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt speaks to sailors during a ceremony in the hangar bay June 2, 2016 in Yokosuka, Japan. Crozier was relieved of duty March 31, 2020 after writing a four-page letter to his superiors, pleading with them to take action to help stem the spread of COVID-19 cases on his ship.
RM2BW38CR–Captain Sture Larsson , commanding officer of the Streatham Vale Corps of the Salvation Army , was married at Penge Citadel to Captian Flora Benwell of International headquarters . Photo shows the ceremony in progress . 11 September 1934
RFMN9TFE–ISRAEL FLAGS. Navy Commanding Officer. General Officer in Charge of Command 1958
RMG40376–Commanding officer renders honors during a burial at sea.
RMMKRG48–The U.S. Navy Ceremonial Guard participate in the full honors repatriation of Navy Reserve Lt. William Q, May 2, 2018. Punnell in Section 60 of Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia, May 2, 2018. On July 25, 1944, Punnell was the acting commanding officer of the VF-14 Fighter Squadron during World War II when he was shot down over the Pacific Ocean in his F6F-3 'Hellcat'. Punnell encountered intense antiaircraft fire over the island of Palau when his Hellcat's tail took direct fire. He crashed approximately 300 feet from the northern seaplane base, and his aircraft sunk on impact wi
RM2A5YXTY–Engraving depicting the death of General Benito de San Juan (1775-1809) a Spanish military officer and a notable commander of the Spanish forces during the Peninsular War. He was commanding officer of the Spanish forces during the Battle of Somosierra. Dated 1809
RM2H6FN6R–American commanding officer Samuel Lee Gravely, first African American to become an Admiral, USA 1965
RM2E498D7–OPERATION MINCEMEAT The officers of HMS Seraph (P219) the S-class submarine used for the operation with a model of their sub in December 1943. She carried out several intelligence and special operations during WW2 of which Operation Mincemeat is the most famous. The commanding officer Norman Limbury Jewell (1913-2004) is second from right.
RM2A2KNA7–Circassian Cavalry Awaiting their Commanding Officer at the Door of a Byzantine Monument, Memory of the Orient, 1880, Alberto Pasini, Italian, 1826-1899, Italy, Oil on canvas, 25 1/2 × 21 1/2 in. (64.7 × 54.6 cm
RMEJXTAA–ActiveMuseum 0006005.jpg / Corolian in the camp of the Volscians, prayed by his mum Veturia, Volumnia his wife and children, to take back command of the Roman army, depicting an episode in the history of Corlotan told by Plutarch and Livy 05/12/2013 - / 18th century Collection / Active Museum
RM2F35MMR–LT COL JOHN DONNELLY, COMMANDING OFFICER OF THE CHESHIRE REGT,,BACK IN BARRACKS ON THEIR RETURN FRON IRAQ.1/12/04 PILSTON
RMFTEJE6–MEDITERRANEAN SEA (Nov. 26, 2014) - Cmdr. Charles Hampton, commanding officer of USS Donald Cook (DDG 75), preforms a zone inspection with Damage Controlman 1st Class Paul Divers aboard the ship, Nov. 26, 2014. Donald Cook, an Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer, homeported in Rota, Spain, is conducting naval operations in the U.S. 6th Fleet area of operations in support of U.S. national security interests in Europe.
RMCY2CAA–Terracotta soldier,commanding officer.qin period,3rd century B.C.excavated in 1977 from army pit 1
RMDY1P5N–Portsmouth, UK. 3rd April, 2014. Commander Robert Forsyth demonstrating some of his duties as the last commanding officer of HMS Alliance during the Official Launch of The National Musuem of the Royal Navy, Historic Dockyard, Portsmouth, Hampshire, UK. 03rd April 2014. Credit: Flashspix/Alamy Live News
RMG5P2HD–Lieutenant Commander Tim Davey, Commanding Officer of HMS Blyth, is welcomed home by his daughters Lauren Davey and Ellen Davey at HM Naval Base on the Clyde.
RM2BK18G6–Commanding Officer's Quarters, built in 1868–1870, at historic Fort Gibson in Fort Gibson, Oklahoma. The residence of the commanding officer and his family was a center of formal functions of celebration, greeting and lodging for significant visiting dignitaries.
RMRRM9BE–Douay, Felix-Charles, 14.8.1816 - 4.5.1879, French general, Commanding Officer of the VII army corps 1870, of the IV army corps 1871, portrait, wood engraving, late 19th century, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RME0YGCE–Apr. 04, 1970 - Nato Commanding Officer In Denmark. C.O. of the Nato Atlantic Command, the U.S. Admiral Ephraim P. Holmes, paid
RM2K63532–Captain Brian Kesselring, Commanding Officer, United States Navy Blue Angels flight demonstration squadron, answers questions during a media interview.
RM2BC7WHE–U.S. Navy Capt. Brett Crozier, commanding officer of the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt, addresses the crew during an all-hands call on the flight deck November 15, 2019 in Eastern Pacific Ocean. Crozier was relieved of duty March 31, 2020 after writing a four-page letter to his superiors, pleading with them to take action to help stem the spread of COVID-19 cases on his ship.
RM2BW38CW–Captain Sture Larsson , commanding officer of the Streatham Vale Corps of the Salvation Army , was married at Penge Citadel to Captian Flora Benwell of International headquarters . Photo shows the bride and groom being congratulated by Commissioner Napp , who conducted the ceremony , after the wedding . 11 September 1934
RM2M9BHAM–Lieutenant-general WADE HAMPTON American soldier, commanding officer in the Confederate Army during the war between the states.
RMG403BH–The first female commanding officer of Naval Station Norfolk salutes her fellow Captain.
RMDCJJYM–British WW1 commanding officer in dugout headquarters of First World War One trench, Memorial Museum Passchendaele 1917, Belgium
RM2A604RD–(People of the United States of North America - portrait of commanding officer) Captain Adams, Commander of the U.S.S. Powhatan, one of Admiral Perry's Fleet. 1854.
RM2BJ07T8–After receiving the George Cross from the King, Mrs Odette Sansom, MBE and her former commanding officer, Capt Peter Churchill, MC, who was decorated with the DSO at this morning's investiture, went to luncheon at the Hungaria Restaurant, London. - Picture shows: Capt. Churchill and Mrs Sansom's three daughters Franois, Lili and Marianne, toasting the lady of the day at the luncheon. - 19 November 1946
RMF7P7N1–Engraving depicting the death of General Benito de San Juan (1775-1809) a Spanish military officer and a notable commander of the Spanish forces during the Peninsular War. He was commanding officer of the Spanish forces during the Battle of Somosierra. Dated 1809
RMW588P6–Jonkheer Theodorus Frederik van Capellen (1762-1824), Vice Admiral and Commanding Officer of the Dutch Squadron off Algiers, 1816, Portrait of governor Theodorus Frederik van Capellen, vice-admiral and commander of the Dutch squadron for Algiers in 1816. Bust in uniform, with decorations of the Grand Cross Military Order and the Bath order. gentleman Theodorus Frederik van Capellen, Jacob Joseph Eeckhout, 1835, panel, oil paint (paint), h 31 cm × w 23.8 cm d 6.3 cm
RMKHMA1B–King George VI, right, meets Guy Gibson, on his return from leading the successful raid by R.A.F. bombers on the great Ruhr dams in May, 1943. George VI, 1895 – 1952. King of the United Kingdom and the Dominions of the British Commonwealth. Wing Commander Guy Penrose Gibson, 1918 – 1944. First Commanding Officer of the Royal Air Force's No. 617 Squadron, which he led in the 'Dam Busters' raid (Operation Chastise) in 1943.
RFGKM6RB–YUGOSLAVIA NAVY FLAGS. Flotilla Division Group Commanding Officer. Pendant, 1958
RMFTEHTW–DRAGUIGNAN, France (August 16, 2013) – Charles Rivkin, left, United States Ambassador to France and Monaco and Capt. Craig Clapperton, USS Mount Whitney’s (LCC 20) commanding officer, lay a wreath during a ceremony at the Rhone American Cemetery in honor of the 69th anniversary celebration of allied troops landing in Provence during World War II. This visit serves to continue U.S. 6th Fleet efforts to build global maritime partnerships with European nations and improve maritime safety and security.
RM2A7BKNW–A GERMAN FLYER CONVERSING WITH commanding officer before mounting his observation plane ca. 1914-1918
RMM1PAC1–Group Captain Sir Douglas Robert Steuart Bader, (1910 – 1982) Royal Air Force flying ace during the Second World War. Pictured sitting on his Hurricane, as commanding officer of No.242 Squadron after the Battle of France
RMG7D7RX–Previously unreleased picture dated 19/09/14 of Commanding Officer of 1 Yorks Andy Garner on exercise Prarie Storm, about 1,000 soldiers are training on a mock battlefield in Suffield, Canada, as part of the British Army's biggest training exercise of the year.
RM2BK18G3–Commanding Officer's Quarters, built in 1868–1870, at historic Fort Gibson in Fort Gibson, Oklahoma. The residence of the commanding officer and his family was a center of formal functions of celebration, greeting and lodging for significant visiting dignitaries.
RMRRM9BP–La Marmora, Alfonso, 17.11.1804 - 5.1.1878, Italian general and politician, Commanding Officer of the Piedmontese expeditionary force in the Crimean War 1855 - 1856, half length, wood engraving, 19th century, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RME0Y5GK–Nov. 11, 1968 - Nigeria - Biafra: Commanding officer of the 1st division, Federal Nigerian Army in Enugu, (former Capital of Biafra), Colonel Muhammadu Shuwa.
RM2K6352G–Captain Brian Kesselring, Commanding Officer, United States Navy Blue Angels flight demonstration squadron, answers questions during a media interview.
RM2BC7WHR–U.S. Navy Sideboys salute Capt. Brett Crozier, commanding officer of the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt, during a ceremony on the flight deck speaks to sailors during a ceremony in the hangar bay November 1, 2019 in San Diego, California. Crozier was relieved of duty March 31, 2020 after writing a four-page letter to his superiors, pleading with them to take action to help stem the spread of COVID-19 cases on his ship.
RM2BW40C3–Australians commanding officer for coronation arrives . Guard of honour cancelled owing to death of member . Gen Sir Henry George Chevel , who will command the Australian contingent for the coronation , arrived at Victoria station , London . He was to have been met by a guard of honour Australians , but this was not mounted owing to the death of one of the men , who was killed in a road accident . Photo shows Gen Sir Henry George Chevel greeted by Field Marshal Lord Milne ( right ) . Other Australian officers greeted the general Chevel . 10 April 1937
RM2M3P978–Illustration from the Letters of Eve column in The Tatler showing a young subaltern being told to dance (in no uncertain terms) by his commanding officer, Colonel Firebrand! Date: 1918
RMG403AY–Commanding officer carries the American flag during a burial at sea.
RMW89YGG–Capt. John DeBerard, commanding officer of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 18, and Chief Petty Officer Joseph Zaleski confer about safety as Seabees assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 18 construct a Southwest Asian Hut at Kandahar Air Field, Afghanistan, on Nov. 12, 2010. Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 18 is a reserve component battalion operating in the RC South Region of Afghanistan.
RMKTXGA7–WW2 July 1943 General Patton marches into Palermo, Sicily. Lt. Col. Lyle Bernard, CO, 30th Inf. Regt., a prominent figure in the second daring amphibious landing behind enemy lines on Sicily’s north coast, discusses military strategy with Lt. Gen. George S. Patton. Near Brolo. Italy 1943.
RMHTMJ3J–Loss of iron paddle-steamer troopship 'Birkenhead' off Simon's Bay, S Africa 26 February 1852. The order 'Women and children first' given by the commanding officer Colonel Seton was obeyed and troops stood on deck waiting their fate. Of 638 on board 184
RMD9647T–Loss of iron paddle-steamer troopship 'Birkenhead' off Simon's Bay, S Africa 26 February 1852. The order 'Women and children first' given by the commanding officer Colonel Seton was obeyed and troops stood on deck waiting their fate. Of 638 on board 184 saved by boats. Wood engraving 1887
RM2JC7TD1–Portrait of Fadrique Alvarez de Toledo, Spanish commanding officer in the Netherlands, Portrait of Fadrique Alvarez de Toledo, print maker: Reinier Vinkeles (I), (mentioned on object), intermediary draughtsman: Jacobus Buys, (mentioned on object), publisher: Johannes Allart, (mentioned on object), Amsterdam, 1786, paper, etching, engraving, h 235 mm × w 151 mm
RM2G6FG1B–Alberto Pasini. Circassian Cavalry Awaiting their Commanding Officer at the Door of a Byzantine Monument; Memory of the Orient - 1880 - Alberto
RMFH48NY–Col. Sean Killeen, the commanding officer for Marine Corps Base Hawaii, talks to Franklin Parker, the secretary of the Navy (manpower and reserved affairs), at the Pacific War Memorial, Feb. 22, 2016. Parker, a Joliet, Ill., native, visited MCB Hawaii in hopes to learn more about Marines and Sailors. “I came here to know more about them and what they do,” Parker said. “I also wanted to show my face, since I’m new, and answer any questions.”
RMW2HJFR–A GERMAN FLYER CONVERSING WITH commanding officer before mounting his observation plane ca. 1914-1918
RF2ARC8JN–T.E. Lawrence as Aircraftman T.E.Shaw with his Commanding Officer, Wing Commander Sydney Smith at R.A.F. Catteswater Flying Boat station nr Plymouth.
RMG7HRTT–Defence Secretary Michael Fallon (centre) is pictured with Commanding Officer HMS Triumph David Filtness (left) and Naval Base Commander Mark Adams (right) during a visit to Faslane, officially know as HM Naval Base Clyde, to see the progress being made towards the base becoming the UK's Submarine Centre of Specialisation.
RM2B3RE8J–A portrait of Field Marshal Douglas Haig, 1st Earl Haig, (1861-1928), a senior officer of the British Army. During the First World War, he commanded the British Expeditionary Force (BEF) on the Western Front from late 1915 until the end of the war. He was commander during the Battle of the Somme, the Battle of Arras, the Third Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele), the German Spring Offensive, and the final Hundred Days Offensive.
RMRWGYHJ–Denikin, Anton Ivanovich, 4.12. / 13.10.1872 - 18.8.1947, Russian general, Commanding Officer of the White Volunteer Army 1917 - 1920, half-length, is welcoming the British general Sir Frederick Cuthbert Poole, 1919, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RME0Y17T–Mar. 03, 1968 - Capt. c. n. Pierozzi, Commanding officer, VX-4 squadron, is strapped in his F4B aircraft prior to taking off on
RM2K6351W–Captain Brian Kesselring, Commanding Officer, United States Navy Blue Angels flight demonstration squadron, answers questions during a media interview.
RMJCR2KX–USS Abraham Lincoln Commanding Officer Putnam Browne smiles after he successful tried his hand at using the aircraft capture system on the flight deck of the USN Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln June 3, 2017 in the Atlantic Ocean.
RMMXR82F–Kunming, China, 4 January 1943 - Col Robert L. Scott, Commanding Officer of the 23rd Fighter Group, stands beside his Custiss P-40 before his departure to the United States.
RM2M3JWBB–The arrival of the 'Tuck' cart at an Army Barracks, at Christmas. The 'tuck' man was obliged to have a pass from the commanding officer to allow him to bring his cart into the barrack yard and sell fruit, sweets and other Christmas delicacies. 1894
RMG16C08–Jagdgeschwader 1 (JG 1) of World War I, was a fighter unit of the German Luftstreitkräfte, comprising four Jastas (fighter squadrons). It was formed on June 24, 1917, with Manfred von Richthofen as commanding officer, by combining Jastas 4, 6, 10 and 11.
RMKK85JY–Captain John F Bushey, commanding officer of Naval Air Facility Atsugi, delivers his keynote address during the installation's clinic grand re-opening, Naval Air Facility Atsugi, Japan. Image courtesy Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Ryan G. Greene/US Navy, Japan, 2015.
RMP2DC2P–. The Royal Navy battleship HMS Prince of Wales leaving Singapore on 8 December 1941 for her final cruise. She was sunk by Japanese aircraft on 10 December. 8 December 1941. Adams, W L G (Captain) Commanding Officer, HMS CORINTHIAN 25 HMS Prince of Wales Singapore (041562)
RMHTMJ3G–Loss of the 'Birkenhead' iron paddle-steamer troopship sailed from Queenstown (Cobh) Ireland for Cape of Good Hope 7 January 1852, foundered off Simon's Bay, s Africa on 26 February. Commanding officer, Colonel Seton, gave order 'Women and children first
RMD9647C–Loss of iron paddle-steamer troop ship 'Birkenhead' off Simon's Bay South Africa 26 February 1852. Commanding officer, Colonel Seton, gave the order Women and children first. Men stood on deck awaiting their fate. Of 638 on board 184 were saved by the boats. The vessel going down. Wood engraving.
RM2JC1MTG–Most of the sheet depicts an attacking army near a city wall where defenders are defeated, in the top right insert a prince is sitting on a blue terrace facing warriors with a commanding officer bending in front of the prince. The depiction is framed by black frames with a piping of gold in it and a thin decorative border decorated with a goldsmith's armour, Siege of a city and a monarch speaking to an army commander., draughtsman: anonymous, 1590 - 1610, sierrand en kaderlijn, :, brush, brush, h 232 mm × w 195 mm, h 210 mm × w 173 mm
RM2BN3DMF–A US Army soldier stationed in Germany in the mid-1950s – a member of the 160th Signal Group is pictured next to the unit's entrance sign the Panzer Kaserne (PK) headquarters, in Böblingen. The insignia of the 7th Army is top left, the 160th Signal Group top right and the badges of its three Battalions are also displayed. From 1955 the 160th Signal Group provided communications throughout Germany under the US 7th (Seventh) Army during the Post-war era from an HQ at Panzer Kaserne (PK), in Böblingen (Boeblingen) near Stuttgart. Colonel Marcus W Heskett was the commanding officer.
RFGKM6JD–THAILAND ARMY FLAGS. C.-In-C. Tactical Air command. Commanding Officer, 1958
RMD1YXMR–Naval Air Facility Misawa commanding officer Capt. Chris Rodeman (right) leads Rear Adm. John Haley, Commander Carrier Strike Group 5 (left), on a tour of the NAF Misawa flight line. Haley conducted an all hands call with Electronic Attack Squadron 132 leadership and sailors, who are finishing up a six-month deployment at NAF Misawa in support of U.S. 7th Fleet. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Kenneth G. Takada/Released)
RM2MNHBGY–Naval Hospital St. Albans, Long Island, New York. Quarters of the Commanding Officer, Executive Officer and Chief of Medicine ca. 1958
RMC8JXCA–The Commanding Officer of HMS Bulwark Captain Alex Burton. UK
RMG8K8AA–Defence Secretary Michael Fallon (centre) with Daniel Martyn (left) Commanding Officer of HMS Vigilant and Rear Admiral of Submarines and Assistant Chief of Naval Staff John Weale (right) during a visit to Vanguard-class submarine HMS Vigilant, one of the UK's four nuclear warhead-carrying submarines, at HM Naval Base Clyde, also known as Faslane, in Scotland.
RMHEGYW7–JAMES GAVIN (1907-1990) as Commanding Officer and Two Star General of the 82nd Airborne Division about 1944
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