RMBYT32N–Continental Navy Ship Ranger receiving the salute of the French fleet at Quiberon Bay, France, 14 February 1778.
RF2DCDB5B–First Recognition of American Flag by Foreign Government, 1778
RMD7T40P–ESEK HOPKINS (1718-1802) Commander in Chief of the Continental Navy during the American Revolutionary War
RMW468CY–Revolutionary War painting depicting the Continental Navy frigate Confederacy
RMMMJ79B–. English: Oil on canvas, 21' x 28', by Thomas Mitchell (1735-1790), signed and dated by the artist, 1780. It depicts Bonhomme Richard (center), commanded by Continental Navy Captain John Paul Jones, closely engaged with HMS Serapis, commanded by Royal Navy Captain Richard Pearson, off Flamborough Head, England. Firing at right is the Continental frigate Alliance, while at left the British Countess of Scarborough is engaging the American Pallas. . 23 September 1779. Thomas Mitchell (1735-1790). HMS Serapis
RMC8GX5X–A Revolutionary War painting depicting the Continental Navy frigate Confederacy is displayed at the Navy Art Gallery
RMKM0N1A–Oil painting of Captain John Paul Jones, Continental Navy, (1747-1792) by artist Cecilia Beaux. Portrait (1855-1942), 1906. The original painting is in the U.S. Naval Academy Museum, Annapolis, Maryland. Jones was a famed naval commander during the American Revolutionary War and is known as the 'Father of the American Navy'.
RMADW8K9–British attack Fort Moultrie in the harbor of Charleston South Carolina 1776. Hand-colored woodcut
RMFFAFFP–RECRUITING POSTER, 1777. /nAn American recruiting poster of the Revolutionary War, calling for men to serve in the Continental Navy on John Paul Jones' ship 'Ranger,' printed at Danvers, Massachusetts, 1777.
RMFF72DK–BONHOMME RICHARD, 1779. /nThe engagement between USS Bonhomme Richard and HMS Serapis off Flamborough Head, 23 September 1779. After a painting, 1789, by William Elliott.
RM2BAC9K8–American Revolution. John Paul Jones raises the Stars and Stripes on an American warship for the first time, Dec. 7, 1775. Jones was appointed 1st Lieutenant of the newly converted 24-gun frigate 'Alfred' in the Continental Navy (BSLOC 2019 3 157)
RMP3YH18–North Channel Naval Duel, between USS Ranger and HMS Drake, 24 April 1778, during the American War of Independence
RMB58MPJ–John Barry 1745 1803 Irish born American officer in the Continental Navy
RMW6P7R3–'A portrait of Commodore Barry of the United States Navy', c1780, (1937). John Barry (1745-1803) was an officer in the Continental Navy during the American Revolutionary War From "History of American Costume - Book One 1607-1800", by Elisabeth McClellan. [Tudor Publishing Company, New York, 1937]
RM2B0C2K0–Augustin Dupre, John Paul Jones (Comitas Americana Series) (1747–1792), 1783, nineteenth century restrike, bronze, 2 1/4 in. (5.7 cm), Remembered as the Father of the US Navy, John Paul Jones served as a Captain and Commodore of the Continental Navy during the Revolutionary War. Part of the congressionally commissioned Comitas Americana series of medals commemorating significant victories of the Revolutionary War, this medal celebrates Jones's signature victory over the HMS Serapis off the coast of Scotland in 1779. More significantly, this was the first naval medal ever authorized by Congress
RMW6GBX2–Don't Tread On Me. Believed to be the first flag of the Marines and of the Continental Navy. This coiled snake was painted on the drums of the early Marines. Copy of artwork., ca. 1913 - 1937; General notes: Use War and Conflict Number 26 when ordering a reproduction or requesting information about this image.
RFDDE8P4–In American Revolution, British called for John Paul Jones to surrender. Jones replied, I have not yet begun to fight.
RMWA24C2–John Paul Jones (1747-1792), naval commander, John Barry (1745-1803), officer in the Continental Navy, postage stamp, USA, 1936
RMP6HWCM–John Barry statue in Philadelphia PA
RMBYT347–Raising the Grand Union flag on Continental Ship Alfred, 3 December 1775.
RF2DCDB6E–Battle of Flamborough Head, 1779
RM2A4X35R–JOHN BARRY (1745-1803) American naval officer in the Continental Navy. The 1801 portrait by Gilbert Stuart.
RMW45XX6–Continental Navy, 1776-1777.
RMP00P4F–. Captain John Paul Jones, Continental Navy . 1906 6 Captain John Paul Jones, Continental Navy
RMHTHR7C–Captain John Paul Jones, Continental Navy
RFEC1XKH–John Barry (1745-1803) on engraving from 1835. Officer in the Continental Navy during the American Revolutionary War.
RMB876A0–John Paul Jones's commission as captain in the US Navy from the Congress 1776. Woodcut with a watercolor wash
RMFF8MAX–JOHN PAUL JONES (1747-1792). /nAmerican (Scottish-born) naval commander. Jones raising the 'rattlesnake' flag on the Continental Navy ship 'Alfred,' 3 December 1775.Wood engraving, American, 1895, after Howard Pyle.
RF2G0RF16–A stamp printed in Ireland shows John Barry, an Officer in the Continental Navy during the American Revolutionary War, circa 1956
RFT5XC0N–Abraham Whipple 1733 to 1819 he was an American revolutionary war commander in the continental navy vintage line drawing or engraving illustration
RM2H1W950–A stamp printed in Ireland shows John Barry, an Officer in the Continental Navy during the American Revolutionary War, circa 1956
RMA7B5M7–John Barry, 1745 - 1803. Irish born American naval officer. From painting by Alonzo Chappel
RF2G71945–IRELAND - CIRCA 1954: a stamp printed in the Ireland shows Statue of John Barry, an Officer in the Continental Navy during the American Revolutionary
RME371P3–John Barry, 1745 - 1803, an officer in the Continental Navy during the American Revolutionary War
RMKFJ532–The bombardment of Copenhagen, The Second Battle of Copenhagen, 1807
RFBYC69G–John Paul Jones (1747-1792) was an American naval hero. He raided the shores of British Isles during the Revolutionary War.
RMHFDHXF–020828-N-4151K-001 At sea aboard USS Higgins (DDG 76) Aug. 28, 2002 -- Seaman Toby Townsend from Carrollton, Mo., splices individual strands of line together at the end of a nylon rope. Sailors still practice the ancient art of splicing and rope handling. In the background is the Navy Jack displayed as instructed by Secretary of the Navy Gordon R. England. Since 1977 only the oldest active navy ship in commission could fly the 'Don't Tread on Me' flag. Before then, it was flown by the Continental Navy as a signal to engage the enemy during the Revolutionary War. U.S. Navy photo by Photogr
RM2EXD3CH–YOKOSUKA, Japan (Oct. 13, 2015) Command Master Chief Loren Rucker, assigned to U.S. Naval Hospital (USNH) Yokosuka, addresses Sailors upon completion of a command service dress uniform inspection held in honor of the 240th birthday of the U.S, Navy. The Continental Navy was established on Oct. 13, 1775 by the Continental Congress to dispatch two armed vessels to search for munitions ships that supplied the British army in America. USNH Yokosuka is the largest U.S. military treatment facility on mainland Japan caring for approximately 43,000 eligible beneficiaries. (Photo by Greg Mitchell/U.S.
RMBYT2YR–Battle between Continental Ship Bonhomme Richard and HMS Serapis, 23 September 1779.
RM2F62D3N–John Paul Jones, Scottish-American Naval Hero
RMEG3Y80–US MARINE CORPS - Continental Marines land on New Providence Island, Bahamas, 3 March 1776 during the Battle of Nassau . This was the first amphibious landing of the US Marines. Oil painting by US Navy employee V Zveg in 1973.
RMR88407–Captain John Paul Jones, Continental Navy.
RMMMYBWB–. Captain Gustavus Conyngham, Continental Navy. Eighteenth Century print, after a miniature portrait by Louis Marie Sicardi, reproduced in 'Letters and Papers relating to the Cruises of Gustavus Conyngham', edited by Robert Wilden Neeser, 1915, and credited to the collections of James Barnes. . 18th century. Gustavus Conyngham
RMHKDJYB–Captain John Paul Jones, Continental Navy
RF2C6CHFC–The Union Jack on the bow of a US Navy ship in Yokosuka, Japan.
RM2BACAMT–Commodore John Barry, was the first captain to command a US warship under the Continental flag, during the American Revolution in 1775. With John Paul Jones and President John Adams, he is considered a 'Father of the American Navy'. The painting is a modern US Navy copy of the original 1801 portrait by Gilbert Stuart (BSLOC 2019 6 133)
RMFFB671–THE RANGER, 1777. /nPainting of the 'Ranger,' sloop-of-war in the Continental Navy during the American Revolution, built at Portsmouth, New Hampshire, in 1777. It was placed under the command of John Paul Jones, subsequently captured by the British in 178
RMD3KYM4–Undated photograph showing the Monitor Shiphouse at Continental Iron Works, Green Point, N.Y. The ironclad Monitor, designed by John Ericson, was a revolutionary vessel that changed the course of the United States Navy. Its battle between the CSS Virginia proved that the age of wooden ships and sail were at an end. Though Monitor's confrontation with CSS Virginia ended in a draw, Monitor prevented the Virginia from gaining control of Hampton Roads and thus preserved the Federal blockade of the Norfolk area.
RFT5TWBC–Esek Hopkins 1718 to 1802 he was the commander in chief of the continental navy during the American revolutionary war vintage line drawing or engravin
RMWT8MRB–MEMORIAL CONTINENTAL HALL. VIEW FROM ROOF OF CONTINENTAL HALL TOWARD STATE, WAR, AND NAVY BUILDING
RMA7B4T9–Joshua Barney, 1759 - 1818. Distinguished naval officer in the American Revolutionary War.
RF2BJDJ6M–IRELAND - CIRCA 2003: a stamp printed in Ireland shows American Commodore John Barry, an Officer in the Continental Navy during the American Revolutio
RMEAY5CE–Abraham Whipple, 1733 - 1819, an American Revolutionary, naval commander in the Continental Navy, the Navy of the United States
RMPGBMM6–Chinese officers man the rail as the U.S. Navy frigate USS GEORGE PHILLIP (FFG 12) (Out of focus in the background) escorts the Republic of China (Navy) Luhu Class Destroyer, HARIBING (DDG 112), into San Diego Bay. This marks the first time Chinese warships have crossed the Pacific and visited the Continental United States. The destroyer HARIBING, Luda II Class Destroyer, ZHUHAI (DDG 166), and a supply ship, the Fusu Class, NANYUN (AOR/AK 953), (ZHUHAI and NANYUN not shown) stopped at Naval Station, North Island, San Diego, California, on March 21st, 1997.
RFBRBYG8–In the summer of 1776, the American Revolution battle known as the Battle of Long Island was fought in the Lower Bay.
RMHFXT5R–090925-N-9671T-002 WASHINGTON (Sept. 25, 2009) A Revolutionary War painting depicting the Continental Navy frigate Confederacy is displayed at the Navy Art Gallery at the Washington Navy Yard. The Navy Art Gallery has a collection of more than 15,000 paintings, prints, drawings and sculptures depicting naval ships, personnel and combat actions from all eras of U.S. naval history. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Kenneth G. Takada/Released) US Navy 090925-N-9671T-002 A Revolutionary War painting depicting the Continental Navy frigate Confederacy is displayed at the Na
RMW6P7NR–'Portrait of Paul Jones, Commodore of the United States Navy', c1780, (1937). John Paul Jones (1747-1792) naval commander in the American Revolutionary War. From "History of American Costume - Book One 1607-1800", by Elisabeth McClellan. [Tudor Publishing Company, New York, 1937]
RMBYT31N–New Providence Raid, the Continental Navy raids New Providence, Bahamas, 3 March 1776
RF2DCDB3W–John Paul Jones, Scottish-American Naval Hero
RMM7W6N9–MEMORIAL CONTINENTAL HALL. VIEW FROM ROOF OF CONTINENTAL HALL TOWARD STATE, WAR, AND NAVY BUILDING LCCN2016868459
RM2E4W69W–MEMORIAL CONTINENTAL HALL. VIEW FROM ROOF OF CONTINENTAL HALL TOWARD STATE, WAR, AND NAVY BUILDING
RMMMTDMX–. Satire on the Napoleonic wars. (British political cartoon); Animals representing the Continental European nations obsequiously lick the feet of the Emperor Napoleon. John Bull, standing on his island with the navy offshore, looks defiantly across the Channel.; Not in BMC The continental scare crow!!. September 1804. Bodleian Libraries, The continental scare crow
RME0JCTX–Chief Petty Officer Jascha Janssen, a Navy counselor attached to Commander Task Force 72 comforts his sons Nathan, 9, and Lars,
RF2C6CHFE–The Union Jack on the bow of a US Navy ship in Yokosuka, Japan.
RMRP8C26–PEARL HARBOR (Feb. 18, 2019) F-35B Lightning II sit on the flight deck while Sailors and Marines prepare to man the rails of Wasp-class amphibious assault ship USS Essex (LHD 2) as it pulls into Pearl Harbor during a deployment of Essex Amphibious Ready Group (ARG) and 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU). The Essex ARG/MEU team is a strong and flexible force equipped and scalable to respond to any crisis ranging from humanitarian assistance and disaster relief to contingency operations. The Essex ARG and 13th MEU is the first continental United States Navy/Marine Corps team to deploy with the
RMFFWHFB–BONHOMME RICHARD, 1779. /nThe engagement between USS Bonhomme Richard, commanded by John Paul Jones, and HMS Serapis off Flamborough Head, Yorkshire, England, 23 September 1779. Contemporary French line engraving.
RMHPHAR5–The Nazi propaganda image depicts a German soldier of the Kriegsmarine (German Navy) at a historical cannon on a British Channel Island after the occupation by the German Wehrmacht. The photo was taken in July 1940. For centuries, the Channel Islands served as stepping-stone for violent attempts to interfere in politics of the continental states. Therefore, the islands were accordingly developed as fortifications. Photo: Berliner Verlag / Archive - NO WIRE SERVICE - | usage worldwide
RFT5X3BY–Silas Talbot 1751 to 1813 he was an officer in the continental army and in the continental navy during the American revolution vintage line drawing or
RM2A1JNWY–Navy gets original commission of John Paul Jones. Washington, D.C., March 12. The orginal commission of John Paul Jones, as captian in the United States Navy, dated October 10, 1776, and issued under authority of the Continental Congress with signature of John Hancock as its president was presented to the Secretary of Navy Charles Edison today. Capt. H.A. Baldridge, U.S.N. retired, curator of the U.S. Naval Academy Museum, presented the valuable document to the secretary on behalf of the owner, John L. Senior of Glen Acres, Roxbury, Conn. who was not able to be present. The commission will be
RMB58N74–Silas Talbot 1751 1813 American officer in the Continental Army and Continental Navy
RM2AN9C4J–United States Coast guard . and Life-SavingService, under authority of an act of Congress approved January28, 1915. The identity of the Coast Guard with these two services isfurther emphasized by the fact that the Secretary of the Treasury hasbeen their titular head from the dates of their origin to the present day.The Revenue-Cutter Service was established by an act of Congressapproved August 4, 1790. After the freedom of the American colonieshad been won in the War of the Revolution, the country returned to apeace basis, and the Continental Navy, which had comprised the sea forceof the colon
RM2C6MW4W–Chinese officers man the rail as the U.S. Navy frigate USS GEORGE PHILLIP (FFG 12) (Out of focus in the background) escorts the Republic of China (Navy) Luhu Class Destroyer, HARIBING (DDG 112), into San Diego Bay. This marks the first time Chinese warships have crossed the Pacific and visited the Continental United States. The destroyer HARIBING, Luda II Class Destroyer, ZHUHAI (DDG 166), and a supply ship, the Fusu Class, NANYUN (AOR/AK 953), (ZHUHAI and NANYUN not shown) stopped at Naval Station, North Island, San Diego, California, on March 21st, 1997.
RM2AX1AHC–Alexander Murray, 1798. Alexander Murray (1755-1821) in the uniform of a captain in the United States Navy
RMHFCCCX–751029-N-ZZ999-101 WASHINGTON (Oct. 29, 1975) President Gerald R. Ford receives the prototype of the ceremonial Continental Navy Jack from Secretary of the Navy J. William Middendorf, II during a ceremony in Washington. A smaller version of the flag was flown from the jack staff of every U.S. Navy ship in December 1976 as part of the Navy's Bicentennial Celebration. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Journalist Richard Montgomery/Released) Middendorf-Ford Flag (751029-N-ZZ999-101)
RMBYT34M–Continental Brig Andrew Doria receiving a salute from the Dutch fort at St. Eustatius, West Indies, 16 November 1776
RM2F62D5T–John Paul Jones, Scottish-American Naval Hero
RF2A13KRH–Revolutionary War American naval officers with the battle between Bon Homme Richard and the Serapis.
RMW8A155–U.S. Navy Rear Adm. David Brewer III welcomes members of the first group of Kurdish evacuees to arrive at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, on Sept. 17, 1996, on a civilian charter flight from Turkey as part of Operation Pacific Haven. These Kurdish evacuees are the first of approximately 2,000 foreign service nationals and their families who were associated with the United States governmentХs humanitarian efforts in Northern Iraq. They will be sheltered and fed at Andersen Air Force Base and processed on a case-by-case basis for entry into the continental United States as quickly as possible
RMMMTA2R–. Satire on the Napoleonic wars. (British political cartoon); John Bull sits in a circle enclosed by the British Navy, and the titles of naval songs. Beyond are dark clouds and the satirical emblems of Britain's enemies and the countries which were part of the Continental System.; Publisher's number: Pan 6 [altered from 7] Malignant aspects looking with envy on John Bull and his satelites, or: A new planetary system. 21 October 1807. Bodleian Libraries, Malignant aspects looking with envy on John Bull and his satelites, or- A new planetary system
RME0K663–Staff Sgt. Christopher Rance, Continental Color Guard, 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard), looks for a target through hi
RFPKHXH0–The Grand Union Flag, also called the Continental Colors, Congress Flag, Cambridge Flag, or First Navy Ensign is generally considered the first flag o
RMP7M995–180704-N-SM577-0304 BOSTON (July 4, 2018) The Massachusetts National Guard 101st Field Artillery Unit returns USS Constitution’s 21-gun salute during ‘Old Ironsides' underway commemoration of Independence Day. Constitution hosted members of the public in commemoration of the 242nd Anniversary of the adoption of the Declaration of Independence by the Second Continental Congress. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Casey Scoular/Released)
RMFFBTNN–BATTLE OF LONG ISLAND, 1776. /nColonel John Glover of the Marblehead militia superintending the retreat of Continental Army troops across the East River to Manhattan on the night of 29-30 August 1776, following their defeat by the British in the Battle of
RMHF8TE5–The Nazi propaganda image depicts a German soldier of the Kriegsmarine (German Navy) at a historical cannon on a British Channel Island after the occupation by the German Wehrmacht. The photo was taken in July 1940. For centuries, the Channel Islands served as stepping-stone for violent attempts to interfere in politics of the continental states. Therefore, the islands were accordingly developed as fortifications. Photo: Berliner Verlag / Archive - NO WIRE SERVICE - | usage worldwide
RFT5T93M–Ralegh Ship was one of thirteen ships that the Continental Congress authorized for the Continental Navy in 1775, vintage line drawing or engraving ill
RM2BF54K1–Susanne Correy. Susanne Correy (1749-about 1812) married Colonel James Read (1743-1822) in 1770. Read served in the Continental army and fought at the Battle of Camden in South Carolina. He later went on to become head of the Navy Board in 1781.
RMF4PH71–John Paul Jones (1747-92), Scottish-American Sailor and Naval Fighter During Americana Revolutionary War, Engraving, 1889
RM2AN7XY6–The past and the present . men from Providence in boatscaptured and destroyed His Majestysschooner Gaspee, of eight guns, com-manded by Lieutenant Duddingston, whowas shot, but not fatally. Rhode Islandordered the building of two war vessels,which became the first of an Americannavy. Congress, at the suggestion of RhodeIsland, organized a Continental navy, andtwo frigates, the Warren, of thirty-twoguns, and the Providence, of twenty-eightguns, were built in Providence and launchedin May, 1776. But any history of this beautiful andpicturesque bay would be in no small parttlie history of the Sta
RMFF9WA8–BATTLE OF VIRGINIA CAPES. /nBattle between the French and English fleets, 5-10 September 1781. Wood engraving, American, 1881.
RFPE2RRG–Bentley S1 Continental (1958) in Westminster, London 2018
RM2GGBNM8–In 1925, Continental, a successful manufacturer of automotive engines, purchased the rights for a Burt-McCollum single-sleeve valve engine design. Believing this technology might replace poppet valves in aircraft engines, Continental announced the R-790 engine in 1927, incorporating single-sleeve valves initially installed on a Wright 9-cylinder engine. It was never fully tested, but followed by the 7-cylinder R-794, for which five engines were ordered by the U.S. Navy in 1934. It was tested, but did not go into production.
RMHG077F–111013-N-SH505-060 SAN DIEGO (Oct. 13, 2011) Capt. Yancy B. Lindsey, commanding officer of Naval Base Coronado, speaks at the galley on Naval Amphibious Base San Diego to commemorate the Navy's 236th birthday. On Oct. 13, 1775, the Continental Congress approved the 'fitting out' of the first two vessels of the Continental Navy. (US Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Jasmine Sheard/Released) US Navy 111013-N-SH505-036 Capt. Yancy B. Lindsey, commanding officer of Naval Base Coronado, speaks at the galley on Naval Amphibious Base San Die
RM2EBCANG–Trip to Western States: Honolulu, Hawaii, visit to USS Arizona Memorial, 2:40PM. President John F. Kennedy (center left, shaking hands with an unidentified Navy officer) disembarks from the Admiralu0027s Barge at a Naval Station Pearl Harbor boat dock after visiting the USS Arizona Memorial in Honolulu, Hawaii; a sign over the dock stairs reads, u0022CINCPACFLT Landing.u0022 Governor of Hawaii, John A. Burns, disembarks behind President Kennedy; the Presidential limousine (Lincoln-Mercury Continental convertible) sits in the foreground at right. Director of Protocol for the Commander in Chi
RMBYT33C–Captain John Paul Jones
RF2DCDB26–John Paul Jones, Scottish-American Naval Hero
RM2JK53F3–Puerto Rico. 1st July, 2022. A U.S. Air Force F-15C Eagle from the 159th Fighter Wing, Louisiana Air National Guard, Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base New Orleans, La., flies in formation with a KC-135 Stratotanker from the 92nd Air Refueling Wing, Fairchild Air Force Base, Wash., upon completion of North American Aerospace Defense Command's (NORAD) Operation Noble Defender (OND) over the Caribbean Sea near Puerto Rico, July 1, 2022. As a part of OND, which is a recurring operation, the Continental U.S. NORAD Region coordinated and conducted joint operations with the U.S. Navy while conc
RMM3HP43–EVERETT, Wash. (Jan. 30, 2018) Master-at-Arms 3rd Class Melissa Tverberge provides cover for Naval Station Everett security forces during Exercise Solid Curtain/Citadel Shield. Solid Curtain/Citadel Shield is an anti-terrorism and force protection exercise conducted by Navy installations within the continental United States to ensure that the Navy is ready to respond to changing and dynamic threats at all times. (U.S. Navy
RMMW29GF–. English: This image is a work of a sailor or employee of the U.S. Navy, taken or made during the course of the person's official duties. As a work of the U.S. federal government, the image is in the public domain. - Photo #: KN-4784 (Color) Continental Gondola Boston (1776) Painting by Rod Claudius, Rome, Italy, 1962. This artwork was made for display on board USS Boston (CAG-1). Photographed by PHCS G.R. Phelps, Boston Naval Shipyard, 10 April 1963. This is a quite inaccurate depiction of the Lake Champain gondola Boston. Official U.S. Navy Photograph. http://www.history.navy.mil/photos/sh-
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