A report on Richard Evelyn Byrd III

Grave at Arlington National Cemetery

United States naval officer, Antarctic explorer, and the son of Admiral Richard Evelyn Byrd.

- Richard Evelyn Byrd III
Grave at Arlington National Cemetery

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Byrd in 1928

Richard E. Byrd

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American naval officer and explorer.

American naval officer and explorer.

Byrd in 1928
Ancestral Coat of Arms of the Byrd family
Richard Byrd in flight jacket, 1920s
The Fokker F.VII of Byrd and Bennett in flight
The Fokker FVIIa/3M – Josephine Ford, on display at The Henry Ford Museum
Lt. Com. Byrd and aircraft
Remains of Fokker aircraft in the Rockefeller Mountains, Antarctica, in 1993
Byrd's expedition
Rear Admiral Byrd (circa 1955)
Flag used by Byrd in his Second Antarctic Expedition.
Cover of Byrd's autobiography
Admiral Byrd during Operation Deep Freeze I (Dec. 1955)
Grave of Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd
Bust of Richard E. Byrd by Felix de Weldon at McMurdo Station, Antarctica.
Byrd Memorial on Mount Victoria, Wellington, New Zealand
50th Anniversary flag of Byrd's historic flag over the South Pole.
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Letter from RADM Richard E. Byrd to Captain Irving R. Chambers, Commanding Officer, USS Concord, commemorating the loss of 24 men during Byrd's special mission to reconnoiter South Sea islands during September–December 1943.

They had four children – Richard Evelyn Byrd III, Evelyn Bolling Byrd Clarke, Katharine Agnes Byrd Breyer, and Helen Byrd Stabler.