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[A plan of the attack of Fort Sulivan, near Charles Town in South Carolina by a squadron of His Majesty's ships on the 28th day of June 1776, with the disposition of the King's land forces and the encampments and entrenchments of the rebels, from the drawings made on the spot.

A Plan of the attack of Fort Sulivan, the key of Charlestown, in South Carolina, on the 28th. of June 1776. By His Majesty's squadron, commanded by Sir Peter Parker. By an officer on the spot.

A plan of the attack of Fort Sulivan, near Charles Town in South Carolina : by a squadron of His Majesty's ships, on the 28th of June 1776, with the disposition of the King's land forces, and the encampments and entrenchments of the rebels from the drawings made on the spot /

Iohn Paul Iones, commander of a squadron in the service of the thirteen United States of North America, 1779

Thomas Jefferson, April 6, 1803, Time Line and Notes on Mediterranean Squadron

Constitution's escape from the British squadron after a chase of sixty hours / M. Cornè p. ; W. Hoogland sc.

Triumphant return of the American squadron, under Com. Bainbridge from the Mediterranean, 1815

United States squadron under Com. Bainbridge returning triumphant from the Mediterranean in 1815 / J.B. Fanning des. ; G.G. Smith sc.

A N.W.b.N. view of Charles Town from on board the Bristol ... taken in Five Fathom Hole the day after the attack upon Fort Sulivan by the Commodore & his squadron, which action continued 9 hours & 40 minutes / engrav'd ... by Wm. Faden.

The Paraguay Squadron

Commodore Farragut's squadron and Captain Porter's mortar fleet entering the Mississippi River / sketched by an Officer of the "Mississippi".

Commodore Farragut's squadron and Captain Porter's mortar fleet entering the Mississippi River

Commodore Farragut's squadron and Captain Porter's mortar fleet entering the Mississippi River

Approaches to Fort Hindman, Arkansas Post, on the Arkansas River : captured by the U.S. Mississippi Squadron, under command of Act'g. Rear Admiral David D. Porter, U.S.N., January 11th, 1863 /

Batteries at Grand Gulf captured by the United States Mississippi Squadron, May 3, 1863.

Order of attack on Fort Fisher by the Squadron under command of Rear Admiral D. D. Porter, U.S.N. in the combined naval and military operations which resulted in the capture of the Rebel defences at New Inlet, N.C. January 14th & 15th 1865.

[The cavalry students of the Imperial Military Academy doing riding school and limbering up drills, and the squadron] / Abdullah Frères, Phot., Constantinople.

U.S. Reports: Porter v. United States, 106 U.S. 607 (1883)

Squadron of Evolution, 1889 : U.S.S. Chicago, U.S.S. Yorktown, U.S.S. Boston, U.S.S. Atlanta

White Squadron at Hampton Roads

[North Atlantic squadron at Tompkinsville]

The White Squadron, U.S. Navy

Adm. George Dewey in New York Sailors of North Atlantic Squadron and Dewey Arch, New York City

Squadron of Evolution, 1889

U.S.S. New York, dinner to Admiral Sampson by officers of the squadron at Newport, on anniversary of Battle of Santiago

North Atlantic squadron at Philadelphia, Grand Army [of the Republic] reunion

U.S.S. New York, dinner to Admiral Sampson by officers of the squadron at Newport, on anniversary of Battle of Santiago

Squadron A, Dewey Land Parade

White Squadron at Hampton Roads

[North Atlantic squadron in Sandy Bay, Rockport, Mass.]

[North Atlantic squadron in harbor, Rockport, Mass.]

[The White Squadron's Farewell Salute to the Body of John Ericsson, New York Bay, August 23, 1890]

[White Squadron at Hampton Roads]

[Sandy Bay and North Atlantic squadron, Rockport, Mass.]

[North Atlantic squadron in Sandy Bay, Rockport, Mass.]

[North Atlantic squadron in Sandy Bay, Rockport, Mass.]

The Returning squadron, Put-in-Bay

Brilliant Squadron A (N.Y.) escorting President Roosevelt to the Capitol - Inauguration, Washington

[Passing the White Squadron on the Day Line, Hudson River, N.Y.]

Passing the White Squadron, Hudson River, N.Y.

North Atlantic Squadron, Aug. 10, 1906

The Pacific squadron at Puget Sound Navy Yard

North Atlantic Squadron

GERMAN SQUADRON VISIT TO U.S. REAR ADM. WARDAR ARRIVING ON 'MAYFLOWER'

GERMAN SQUADRON VISIT TO U.S. GERMAN OFFICERS AT NAVY DEPT., JUNE 5. CAPT. J.L. JAUNE; ADM. PASCHWITZ; UNIDENT.; CAPT. MANN

BREMEN. OF GERMAN SQUADRON

GERMAN SQUADRON VISIT TO U.S. GERMAN SQUADRON IN HAMPTON RD., JUNE 3, 1912

GERMAN SQUADRON VISIT TO U.S. MOLTKE, GERMAN BATTLESHIP. IN HAMPTON ROADS

GERMAN SQUADRON VISIT TO U.S. PRINCE HENRY AND PRINCE CHRISTIAN, WHO ACCOMPANIED SQUADRON

GERMAN SQUADRON VISIT TO U.S.

GERMAN SQUADRON VISIT TO U.S. GERMAN SQUADRON IN HAMPTON RD., JUNE 3, 1912

GERMAN SQUADRON VISIT TO U.S.

GERMAN SQUADRON VISIT TO U.S. TAFT

GERMAN SQUADRON VISIT TO U.S. PRINCE HENRY AND PRINCE CHRISTIAN, WHO ACCOMPANIED SQUADRON

GERMAN SQUADRON VISIT TO U.S.

GERMAN SQUADRON VISIT TO U.S.

GERMAN SQUADRON. PESCHWITZ VON REBENER, ADMIRAL, GERMAN NAVY

C.T. Weymann Wins Flight Over Sea; and War Squadron to Fly Labor Day [Herald, 27 August 1912]

GERMAN SQUADRON VISIT TO U.S. PRESIDENT TAFT AND PARTY LEAVING 'MAYFLOWER.' TOP DOWNWARDS: TAFT; MEYER; AMB. COUNT BERNSTORFF; COMDR. POWERS SYMINGTON

GERMAN SQUADRON VISIT TO U.S. U.S. BATTLESHIP IN HAMPTON ROADS TO GREET SQUADRON

GERMAN SQUADRON VISIT TO U.S. U.S. BATTLESHIP IN HAMPTON ROADS TO GREET SQUADRON

GERMAN SQUADRON VISIT TO U.S. U.S. BATTLESHIP IN HAMPTON ROADS TO GREET SQUADRON

GERMAN SQUADRON VISIT TO U.S.

GERMAN SQUADRON VISIT TO U.S. MOLTKE, GERMAN BATTLESHIP. IN HAMPTON ROADS

GERMAN SQUADRON VISIT TO U.S. TAFT

GERMAN SQUADRON VISIT TO U.S. U.S. BATTLESHIP IN HAMPTON ROADS TO GREET SQUADRON

GERMAN SQUADRON VISIT TO U.S. PRESIDENT TAFT AND PARTY LEAVING 'MAYFLOWER'

GERMAN SQUADRON VISIT TO U.S.

GERMAN SQUADRON VISIT TO U.S. BATTLESHIP 'STETTIN'

GERMAN SQUADRON VISIT TO U.S. BATTLESHIP 'BREMEN'

GERMAN SQUADRON VISIT TO U.S. GERMAN OFFICERS AT NAVY DEPT., JUNE 5. CAPT. J.L. JAUNE; ADM. PASCHWITZ; UNIDENT.; CAPT. MANN

GERMAN SQUADRON VISIT TO U.S. ADM. PESCHWITZ LEAVING 'MAYFLOWER'

Mobilization camp, 23rd Infantry and Aviation Squadron

113th Sqd. (Eng.), larest [sic] squadron in the world, Vancouver Bks., Wash., 1919

Flying Machines Aero Squadron, Mobilization Camp, Texas City, 1913

POND, CHARLES F. COMDR., U.S.N., COMMANDING PACIFIC RESERVE SQUADRON

POND, CHARLES F. COMDR., U.S.N., COMMANDING PACIFIC RESERVE SQUADRON

Capt. Benjamin Delahauf Foulois, commander of aero squadron in Mexico. U.S. expeditinary force. Mexican-U.S. campaign after Villa, 1916

Arrival of the "Flying Squadron" at Colorado Springs, Colo[rado]. "Suffrage Special"

Aeroplanes and transportation, 1st Aero Squadron, Ft. Sam Houston, Texas, Captain B. D. Foulois commanding, U.S.A., 1916

The Flying Squadron of the Emergency Dept. of the American Red Cross in London. This Flying Squadron is equipped to deal at the instant's notice with any emergency which may arise, and it has done a great a varied work since the Red Cross came to England. Top row: Lieut. Charles E. Hemp, St. Louis; W.T. Higgins, New York; Capt. H.S. Wells, Scranton Pa.; Sergt. Edw. Ballard, Phil; Sergt. W.R. Thomas, Steamboat Spgs, Col.; Lower row: Sergt. John Nyland, Pittsburg; Lieut. James Jeffers, West Summit, N.J.; Sergt. Fred Maire, Denver; Sergt. E.T. Mallett, Boston; Sergt. William Sheppard, Chicago

Reception of the Alaskan flyers at Washington, D.C. - Gen. Pershing congratulating Capt. Street of the squadron [alongside airplane, as 2 other men watch]

Officers appointed to compose the new Navy Scouting Air Squadron No. 3

Officers appointed to compose the new Navy Scouting Air Squadron No. 3

MARINES AVIATION AWARD GIVEN. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT PRESENTS FIRST LIEUTENANT DAVID LORD, COMMANDING OBSERVATION SQUADRON SEVEN OF THE MARINE CORPS, WITH THE HERBERT SCHIFF TROPHY, GIVEN ANNUALLY TO THE SQUADRON OR UNIT WHICH LOGS THE GREATEST NUMBER OF FLIGHT HOURS WITH THE MINIMUM OF ACCIDENTS. STANDING ON THE RIGHT IS COL. H.L. ROOSEVELT, ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF THE NAVY

PRESIDENT AWARDS SAFE FLYING TROPHY. WASHINGTON, D.C. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, SEATED, AWARDS THE HERBERT SCHIFF TROPHY FOR SAFE FLYING TO LT. PHIL L. HAYNES, COMMANDER OF TRAINING SQUADRON NO. 2 AT THE NAVAL AIR STATION AT PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. T. HAYNES, LEFT, SEC. CLAUDE SWANSON, CENTER, AND SCHIFF STANDS BEHIND THE PRESIDENT

PRESIDENT AWARDS SCHIFF TROPHY, WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 14. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT PRESENTING THE SCHIFF TROPHY FOR 1936 TO COMMANDER ANDREW C. McFALL, U.S.N., COMMANDER OF THE TRAINING SQUADRON 8 D 5 JUDGED TO BE THE MOST EFFICIENTLY OPERATED SQUADRON IN THE U.S. NAVAL AVIATION LAST YEAR. THE HERBERT SCHIFF TROPHY IS A MEMORIAL TO LIEUT. HERBERT SCHIFF, DECEASED, A NAVAL AVIATOR DURING THE WORLD WAR. IN THE PHOTOGRAPH, L TO R: PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, WALTER C. B[...], WILLIAM SCHIFF, DONOR OF THE TROPHY AND BROTHER OF THE LATE LIEUT. SCHIFF, [...] COMDR. ANDREW C. McFALL; AND ADMIRAL WILLIAM D. LEAHY, CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS

PRESIDENT PRESENTS SCHIFF TROPHY. WASHINGTON, D.C. DECEMBER 14. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TODAY PRESENTED THE SCHIFF TROPHY TO COMMANDER ROBERT FULLER, COMMANDING OFFICER OF VP SQUADRON SEVEN OF THE FLEET BASE FORCE AT SAN DIEGO. THE TROPHY IS AWARDED ANNUALLY TO THE NAVAL FLYING UNIT WHICH HAS THE BEST RECORD FOR THE YEAR IN SAFETY IN THE AIR. COMMANDER FULLER ON THE LEFT IS BEING CONGRATULATED BY THE PRESIDENT, WHILE HERBERT SCHIFF, DONOR OF THE TROPHY, AND CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS ADMIRAL WILLIAM LEAHY, LOOK ON

He came from an Oklahoma farm in April, 1938. Became a migratory farm worker in California, joined the United Agricultural Packing and Allied Workers of America (Congress of Industrial Organization-CIO) at the beginning of the cotton strike of October, 1938 and became the leader of the "Flying Squadron" which attempted to picket the large fields of corporation farms by automobile caravans. He drove the first car. Kern County, California

Here's our mission. A combat crew receives final instructions just before taking off in a mighty YB-17 bomber from a bombardment squadron base at the field, Langley Field, Va.

One of America's new warships of the air, a mighty YB-17 bomber, is pulled up at a bombardment squadron hangar, Langley Field, Va. It is all set to taxi out to a runway and take off

The kind of man Hitler wishes we didn't have. A bomber pilot, captain in a bombardment squadron, just before he climbs aboard his huge YN-17 bombing plane

PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT AWARDS THE SCHIFF TROPHY. WASHINGTON, D.C. NOVEMBER 14. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT PRESENTED THE SCHIFF TROPHY FOR MAXIMUM SAFETY IN NAVAL AVIATION OPERATIONS TO THE SEVENTH PATROL SQUADRON WHICH OPERATED 4,903 HOURS IN THE AIR FROM ITS SAN DIEGO BASE LAST YEAR WITHOUT AN ACCIDENT. DURING THE PERIOD OF COMPETITION, THE UNIT WAS KNOWN AS SQUADRON SEVEN, COMMANDED BY LT. COMMANDER SILAS B. MOORE WHO IS NOW STATIONED IN HONOLULU. BUT SINCE HAS BEEN REDESIGNATED AS SQUADRON ELEVEN, NOW COMMANDED BY LT. COMMANDER FRANK T. WARD, JR., WHO ACCEPTED THE TROPHY FROM THE PRESIDENT. L TO R: LT. COMMANDER FRANK T. WARD; WILLIAM SCHIFF, DONOR OF THE TROPHY; ACTING SECRETARY OF THE NAVY CHARLES EDISON; ADMIRAL WILLIAM R. STARK, CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS; ADMIRAL J.H. TOWERS, CHIEF OF NAVAL AIR CORPS; AND WALTER C. BRYAN OF THE TROPHY COMMITTEE. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT IS SEATED

Veterans of the Medium Bomber Squadron 14th Airforce who blasted Tokyo with General Doolittle and are still dealing aerial blows to Japs in occupied China, Burma. Standing, left to right: Lieutenant Youngblood, Houston, Texas; Captain Crouch, Columbia, South Carolina; Lieutenant Mauch Staunton, Virginia; Lieutenant Fitzhugh, Gavelston, Texas; Captain Campbell, Orofino, Idaho; On motor, Sergeant Norton, Cape Cod, Massachusetts; On propeller, Sergeant Radney, Minneola, Texas; In cockpit of "Tokyo Jo," Major Everett Holstrom, Tacoma, Washington

One year of reciprocal aid. Pilots of the U.S. Spitfire squadron in Great Britain are seen running to their planes. This aircraft with full complement of British fighter craft is one of hundreds turned over to the Americans by British government under reciprocal aid. Several of our fighter squadrons in North Africa fly Spitfires lend-leased to us. Some of the "Mae Wests" worn by the soldiers in this photograph were made of British material

New Mosquito Boat gets a tryout. Washington, D.C., June 19. The PT-9, first of the new 'Mosquito Boats' to be delivered to the U.S. Navy under the President's $15,000,000 experimental small craft program had a preview for the press today. This is the same type of boat that the government is in process of releasing to the British Navy, causing great unrest and indignation in Capitol circles. Eight other boats will be based at the naval operating base, Norfolk, Va., to undergo severe seagoing tests. The squadron will be known as the Mosquito Fleet and the insignia which was designed by Walt Disney consists of a mosquito riding on the top of a high speed torpedo. Shown in the picture is Lieutenant Earl S. Caldwell, USN, Commander of the squadron

Allied military conference in India. Working on the theory that "all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy," members of a fighter squadron in China take time out between forays against the Japs to play football

An American flying squadron in India. Shake it Baby! The jive session is on as Lieutenant Marion J. Rich of Trenton, New Jersey and Lieutenant L. D. Putnam of Portland, Oregon go into their routine

An American flying squadron in India. Major E. Fletcher and orderly. Major Fletcher, "Skipper" of the outfit, at his desk in the "operation shack." He is from Kansas City, Missouri and has been in India for nearly a year

YB-17 bombardment squadron, Langley Field, Virginia. Hanger guard, member of a bombardment squadron stationed at Langley Field, Virginia. His duty is to protect the big YB-17 bombers and other planes while they are in the hangers

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