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A member of the 157th Armor Division cleans the .50-caliber machine gun from an M-60 tank during Reforger training exercises at the 7th Army Training Command

M-60 tanks, operated by members of the 157th Armor Division, are parked on the firing line during Reforger training exercises at the 7th Army Training Command

A member of the Army 34th Armor Division readies tanks for the transport from the Maintenance Center and Reserve Storage Activity at Germersheim during exercise Golden Thunder

A member of the Army 34th Armor Division readies the tanks for transport from the Maintenance Center and Reserve Storage Activity at Germersheim during exercise Golden Thunder

A left side view of a 155mm self-propelled howitzer from the 24th Armor Division partially covered by a camouflage net. The howitzer is being used during exercise Bright Star '82

Members of the 4th Battalion, 37th Armor Division, move toward the "front lines" in armored vehicles during Exercise Gallant Eagle '82

Armored vehicles from the 24th Armor Division are lined up on the desert ready for exercise Bright Star '82

Major General William L. Nash, Commander, First Armor Division, Bad Kreznach, Germany, talks to the media concerning the first troops to cross the Sava River by way of the assault bridge constructed to link Croatia and Bosnia

A soldier from the 502nd Engineer Company directs an M1A1 Abrams tank from the 1ST Squadron, 1ST Brigade, 1ST Armor Division after crossing the 620 meter bridge from Croatia to Bosnia

During Operation Joint Endeavor a Serbian bunker is located near Kime Base 1ST Brigade, 1ST Armor Division, Bosnia-Herzegovina

During Operation Joint Endeavor, a Serbian bunker is located near Kime Base, 1ST Brigade, 1ST Armor Division, Bosnia-Herzegovina

A snow covered M3 Bradley Fighting Vehicle is commanded by SSG Ronald Clendenen from C Troop, 1-1 Cavalry, 1ST Brigade, 1ST Armor Division, Bosnia during Operation Joint Endeavor

A Soldier from Delta Company, 215th Infantry division detached to 4-67 Armor Division, Schweinfurt, Germany, frisks a Bosnian soldier moving back into the town of Odzak, Bosnia-Herzegovina during Operation Joint Endeavor

SSG Donald Holdridge (left) and SGT David Ryan of Bravo Company, 3-5 Cavalry, 1ST Brigade, 1ST Armor Division, Task Force Eagle, stand in the turret of an Army M2A2 Bradley Fighting Vehicle. They are guarding the front of Check Point Alfa Two, on Route Arizona, located in Bosnia and Herzegovina, in support of Operation Joint Endeavor

PFC Glenn Garrity mans a 50 caliber machine gun on an M-109A3 155mm self propelled howitzer, at McGill Base (Grid 171726) were his unit, A Battery of the 2-3 Field Artillery, is deployed. A Battery supports units in the 1ST Brigade, 1ST Armor Division area which is part of the NATO Implementation Force (IFOR), in Bosnia-Herzegovina, May 9, 1996 during Operation Joint Endeavor

SPC Kent Setser works on the assistant gun side in an M-109A3 155mm self propelled howitzer at McGill Base (Grid 171726) were his unit, A Battery of the 2-3 Field Artillery, is deployed. A Battery supports units in the 1ST Brigade, 1ST Armor Division area, which is part of the NATO Implementation Force (IFOR) in Bosnia-Herzegovina during Operation Joint Endeavor

SPC William Coleman stands at the ready in an M-109A3 155mm self propelled howitzer at McGill Base (Grid 171726) were his unit, A Battery of the 2-3 Field Artillery, is deployed. A Battery supports units in the 1ST Brigade, 1ST Armor Division area, which is part of the NATO Implementation Force (IFOR), in Bosnia-Herzegovina during Operation Joint Endeavor

PFC Glenn Garrity mans a 50 caliber machine gun on an M-109A3 155mm self propelled howitzer at McGill Base (Grid 171726) were his unit, A Battery of the 2-3 Field Artillery, is deployed. A Battery supports units in the 1ST Brigade, 1ST Armor Division area which is part of the NATO Implementation Force (IFOR), in Bosnia-Herzegovina, May 9, 1996 during Operation Joint Endeavor

Soldiers from Division Artillery Brigade (DIVARTY), 1ST Armor Division, Task Force Eagle stop their high mobility multi-purpose wheeled vehicles (HMMWV) near the town of Zagoni, between Uglevic (Russian Brigade CQ385498) and Bijelina, Bosnia-Herzegovina to do a vehicle check

Colonel (COL) Gregory Fontenot, 1ST Brigade Commander, 1ST Armor Division, Task Force Eagle, conducted a bi-lateral meeting with the VRS Serbian Military. COL Fontenot and Serbian Brigade Commanders discussed issues pertinent to each others goals set by the Dayton Accords during Operation JOINT ENDEAVOR (the multi-national peacekeeping mission in Bosnia)

A Muslim house that was destroyed by Serbian Militants near the town of Brcko. Observation Post 9 of the 1ST Brigade, 1ST Armor Division, Task Force Eagle, in support of Operation JOINT ENDEAVOR (the multi-national peacekeeping mission in Bosnia), reported hearing the explosion on the night of 10 July, 1996. Two other explosions were also reported; a total of three houses were destroyed

A Muslim house that was destroyed by Serbian Militants near the town of Brcko. Observation Post 9 of the 1ST Brigade, 1ST Armor Division, Task Force Eagle, in support of Operation JOINT ENDEAVOR (the multi-national peacekeeping mission in Bosnia), reported hearing the explosion on the night of 10 July, 1996. Two other explosions were also reported; a total of three houses were destroyed

A Muslim house that was destroyed by Serbian Militants near the town of Brcko, Vicinity CQ256681. Observation Post 9 of the 1ST Brigade, 1ST Armor Division, Task Force Eagle, in support of Operation JOINT ENDEAVOR (the multi-national peacekeeping mission in Bosnia), reported hearing the explosion on the night of 10 July, 1996. Two other explosions were also reported; a total of three houses were destroyed

Bosnian Women of the town of Jusici, who disagree with the recently proposed resettlement deal, surround US Army Major (MAJ) John Kershaw, 1ST Armor Division Liaison to the Russian Brigade. MAJ Kershaw uses and translator to discuss the details of the proposal. A US Army photographer stands atop a truck in the background and documents the scene

A high angle view looking down from atop a truck as a US Army Major (MAJ) John Kershaw, 1ST Armor Division Liaison to the Russian Brigade, sits on the ground and talks with Women from the town of Jusici, Bosnia-Herzegovina. MAJ Kershaw is discussing a compromise in the matter of the Psychological Operations (PSYOPS) broadcast concerning the recently proposed resettlement deal for the town

German Army Brigadier General Schweinsteiger (foreground right), Deputy Commanding General 5th Armor Division accepts a commemorative plate from US Army (USA) Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Ronald R. Stimeare, Director for Exercise COMBINED ENDEAVOR 2000 during a tour of the city of Mainz, Germany. The Exercise is a Partnership for Peace (PfP) exercise hosted by Germany and is the largest information and communications systems exercise in the world which focuses primarily on Command, Control, Communications, and Computers (C4) interoperability testing and documentation

German Army Brigadier General Schweinsteiger (front row with plaque), Deputy Commanding General 5th Armor Division poses for a photograph with participants of Exercise COMBINED ENDEAVOR 2000 during a tour of the city of Mainz, Germany. The Exercise is a Partnership for Peace (PfP) exercise hosted by Germany and is the largest information and communications systems exercise in the world which focuses primarily on Command, Control, Communications, and Computers (C4) interoperability testing and documentation. Exercise participants were given a tour of the Cathedral during their deployment to Germany

German Army Brigadier General Schweinsteiger (foreground), Deputy Commanding General 5th Armor Division accepts a commemorative plate from US Army (USA) Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Ronald R. Stimeare, Director for Exercise COMBINED ENDEAVOR 2000. The Exercise is a Partnership for Peace (PfP) exercise hosted by Germany and is the largest information and communications systems exercise in the world which focuses primarily on Command, Control, Communications, and Computers (C4) interoperability testing and documentation

German Army Brigadier General Schweinsteiger (left), Deputy Commanding General 5th Armor Division talks US Army (USA) Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Ronald R. Stimeare, Director for Exercise COMBINED ENDEAVOR 2000, during a tour of the city of Mainz, Germany. The Exercise is a Partnership for Peace (PfP) exercise hosted by Germany and is the largest information and communications systems exercise in the world which focuses primarily on Command, Control, Communications, and Computers (C4) interoperability testing and documentation. Exercise participants were given a tour of the Cathedral during their deployment to Germany

US Army (USA) STAFF Sergeant (SSG) Adam Gorey from Bravo Company, 1ST Battalion, 81st Armor Brigade, 85th Armor Division, sets the sights on the main gun of an M1A1 Abrams Main Battle Tank (MBT) in Mosul, Iraq (IRQ). The 81st Armor Brigade is in Iraq in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM