HUSSARS 14th/20th MAJOR GENERAL MESS

HUSSARS 14th/20th MAJOR GENERAL MESS DRESS JACKET/TUNIC (OBE and SAS)

Image Similarly, a classical cavalry type of jacket to inspire the male attendees of the masquerade ball, rich in notions of the formal, royalty and tradition.

Major General Olivier Armstrong, "Fullmetal Alchemist" #sword #uniform

Olivier Mira Armstrong

Major General Olivier Armstrong, "Fullmetal Alchemist" my favorite character. is Izumi sensei

Sons and Daughters of General Lee: George Washington Custis Lee, eldest of the Lee children, born in 1832.  Served as Jefferson Davis' aide-de-camp for much of the war.  Died in 1913 at the age of 81.

Confederate Major General George Washington Custis Lee, the eldest son of Robert E. (and a great great grandchild of Martha Custis Washington).

First African-American woman to achieve rank of major general in U.S. Army inspires many

Army, Marcia M. Anderson, First African-American woman to achieve rank of major general in U. I honor and thank Major General Marcia M. Anderson, for her service to our country!

This is Major General Ambrose Burnside, the commander of the Union army of the Potomac. He is best known for leading the army to a crushing defeat at the Battle of Fredericksburg and for his distinctive facial hair, which later became known as the, you guessed it, sideburn.  Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/amazing-american-civil-war-photos-turned-into-glorious-color-2013-10#ixzz2glVBfAm8

Amazing American Civil War Photos Turned Into Glorious Color

High Ranking US Major General Exposes 9/11 http://www.alien-ufo-sightings.com/2013/03/high-ranking-us-major-general-exposes.html#.UxYrw_l_uLz

“Oh My God”: This Retired Major General Spent 32 Years Defending Our Freedom, Only to Find It Was All a Lie

Major General Marcelite J. Harris (born January 16, 1943, Houston, Texas) became the first African-American female general of the United States Air Force.

Major General Marcelite J. Harris became the first African-American female general officer of the United States Air Force. She is a relative of Wendell Phillip Terrell (MIT Class of

Civil War Confederate Major General. He graduated from the US Military Academy at the bottom of his class in 1847 and...

General William Dorsey Pender, one of the most promising officers in the Confederate Army. Mortally wounded by a shell fragment on the second day at Gettysburg. Died on July 1863 when an artery ruptured and surgeons tried to amputate his leg.

Major General George E. Pickett, C.S.A. Known for the futile "Pickett's Charge" across open fields at Gettysburg into the teeth of the Union artillery, he was blamed for the loss of the "flower of the South." Many men died that day including descendants of George Washington. Pickett never recovered as a result of this debacle.

Major General George E. Pickett, of the Confederate States of America; Most famous for "Pickett's Charge" at Gettysburg 1863

Major General of the Union Army, David B. Birney. (Colorized Photo).

David Bell Birney, (May 1825 – October was a businessman, lawyer, and a Union General in the American Civil War.

Major General Chironomid Pupa Fly

The Green & Brass Major General Chironomid Pupa fly fishing pattern step by step tying guide for a proven BC Interior trout fly fishing pattern!

General Patrick Cleburn

Major General Patrick Ronayne Cleburne Killed at the Battle of Franklin, his ghost is believed to still haunt the battlefield.

"The most famous of the dozens of young drummer boys was Johnny Clem of Newark, Ohio (1851-1937). He went to war at the age of ten. Clem made the army a career, and he retired in 1916 with the rank of major general. He is the youngest soldier ever to receive such that honor. He died in San Antonio, TX

"The most famous of the dozens of young drummer boys was Johnny Clem of Newark, Ohio He went to war at the age of ten. Clem made the army a career, and he retired in 1916 with the rank of major general after 55 years of service. He died in San Antonio, TX

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