In addition to the United States, numerous other nations through the ages have adopted the eagle as their symbol.
The first year, I was standing at the 18th green and had just finished playing when Lew Worsham scored an eagle 2 on the last hole.
He grabbed the presidential mobile phone, which had a double-headed eagle instead of buttons, from the nightstand.
But in every generation, it seems, they try, remembering not the fall, but the heady lift of flight, the eagle soaring by.
A gorgeous golden eagle was perched on the sill.
Levet was first to play and there was delight when his little chip and run trickled into the hole for an eagle three.
The gold Napoleonic eagle , emblem of the Coalition, stood out boldly on the front of their black berets.
It's no accident that John Altman's World War II thriller has a German eagle , a swastika and a Nazi-esque title font on the cover.
The flight of an eagle is a beautiful thing to watch: wings outspread, gliding and dipping, effortlessly riding invisible currents.
Napolean later tried to switch the bird for an eagle , saying, ‘the rooster has no strength.’