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US Army soldiers stationed in Germany in the mid-1950s – two members of the 160th Signal Group are pictured on a military vehicle in the winter snow. From 1955 the 160th Signal Group provided communications throughout Germany under the US 7th (Seventh) Army during the Post-war era from an HQ at Panzer Kaserne (PK), in Böblingen (Boeblingen) near Stuttgart. The US 7th Army's HQ was at nearby Patch Barracks.
US Army soldiers stationed in U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart compete in the water carry portion of the Warrior Pride PT Pentathlon, held Sep 22, 2011, at the Panzer Local Training Area, Germany. This summer, USAG Stuttgart's Army Substance Abuse Program is hosting a variety of Warrior Pride events aimed at reducing alcohol-related incidents by providing service members with free entertainment as an alternative to partying. (US Army Photo by: Martin Greeson) Warrior Pride PT Pentathlon 110915-A-YI962-067
US Army special operation soldiers dressed in Christmas costumes watch the Afghanistan countryside from the tail of an aircraft after delivering bundles containing care packages, Christmas stockings and mail to soldiers stationed at a remote base December 24, 2013 in Parwan Province, Afghanistan.
18 U.S. Army Soldiers from the 824th Quartermaster Company, Detachment 8 stationed at Fort Bragg, N.C. find a comfortable place
US Army uniforms are drying on the roof of two laundries and dry cleaners, Japan, 1955, shortly after the Korean War was over. 'Habba habba' is a slang expression of admiration or approval – often used by GI's in World War II in appreciation of a pretty girl! Many local small businesses sprang up around barracks and HQs of the US Army divisions stationed there. This image was taken by an anonymous American soldier of the US Army's 40th Infantry, Division Replacement Company who served in Korea and Japan.
Soldiers stationed at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, defy sleep as they watch game 2 of the world series live, which aired in th
Mahana, Kurdistan. 27th April, 2016. The Iraqi army liberated the village of Mahana in Iraqi Kurdistan - 27/04/2016 - Iraq / Iraqi Kurdistan / Makhmour - The Iraqi army liberated the village of Mahana, near Makhmour, according to an army officer on Wednesday he said the army has freed the village of Mahana from the Islamic State (IS), with the help of US-led coalition warplanes. There are over 5,000 Iraqi soldiers stationed in Makhmour, aiming to launch military procedures against IS. Credit: Alexandre Afonso/Alamy Live News
Led by Spc. Eric Cook carrying a loudspeaker, Soldiers from 324th Psychological Operatons company, stationed in Aurora, Colo.,
(dpa) - US actor Joaquin Phoenix ('Gladiator'), pictured at the screening of his new film 'Buffalo Soldiers' ('Army Go Home') in Hamburg, 4 October 2002. The film, set in the 1980s just before the fall of the Berlin wall, tells the story of US soldier Ray Elwood (Phoenix), who is stationed in West G
ANSBACH, Germany - On the evening of May 14, 1,385 Soldiers, family members, civilians and local nationals of the Ansbach military community came together at Storck barracks to set the unofficial armed forces record for the largest yellow ribbon formation. The previous record of approximately 800 people was set by the Marines at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., in October 2005. The unofficial record is not registered with Guinness World Record. Set up by the U.S. Army Garrison Ansbach, the Yellow Ribbon formation event featured a concert by country and western performer Granger Smith,
The 1969 Bob Hope Christmas Special at a 1st Cavalry Division Army base in Cu Chi for US troops stationed in Vietnam during the war.
U.S. Army Soldiers assigned to the Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force-Afghanistan watch the Afghanistan countryside from the tail of an aircraft after delivering bundles containing care packages, Christmas stockings and mail to soldiers stationed at a remote base in eastern Afghanistan Dec. 24, 2013.