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A woman wearing a headdress

Charger with a qilin

[3 Asian men on their knees praying to large bird]

Figure of an Asian man

Textile

Caftan

Asian

Jacket

Belt

Sash

Pouch

Pocket

Apron

Apron

Battaglie e conquiste di Ramses II sopra popoli d'Asia, rappresentate nell'atrio del tempietto di Beit-ualli [Beit el-Wali] in Nubia.

Battaglie e conquiste di Ramses II sopra popoli d'Asia, rappresentate nell'atrio del tempietto di Beit-ualli [Beit el-Wali] in Nubia.

Battaglie e conquiste di Ramses II sopra popoli d'Asia, rappresentate nell'atrio del tempietto di Beit-ualli [Beit el-Wali] in Nubia.

Battaglie e conquiste di Ramses II sopra popoli d'Asia, rappresentate nell'atrio del tempietto di Beit-ualli [Beit el-Wali] in Nubia.

Battaglie e conquiste di Ramses II sopra popoli d'Asia, rappresentate nell'atrio del tempietto di Beit-ualli [Beit el-Wali] in Nubia.

Battaglie e conquiste di Ramses II sopra popoli d'Asia, rappresentate nell'atrio del tempietto di Beit-ualli [Beit el-Wali] in Nubia.

Neues Reich. Dynastie XVIII. El Amarna [Tell el-Amarna]. Südliche Gräbergruppe, Grab 3. [B.]

Neues Reich. Dynastie XX. Medînet Hâbu. Grosser Tempel: a. b. Vorbau; c. d. Erster Pylon.

Neues Reich. Dynastie XIX. Theben [Thebes]. Karnak. Grosser Tempel. Nördliche Aussenwand.

[Portrait of Asian man, half-length, with arms folded, facing front]

Peinture : arrivée d'une famille asiatique en Égypte (Beni Haçen -- XIIe. dynastie)

Vy. Asige hed med Asige kyrka i bakgrunden och de två bautastenarna som kallas "Hagbards galge" i förgrunden. På vägen en hästskjuts. Gården som skymtar bakom är Asigegården. Före 1890.

En man arbetar vid en slipsten mellan två hus. Stort träd. Björsgård, Asige sn, Årstads hd, Halland.

[Asian(?) baby seated holding spoon or ladle, World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, Illinois]

[Asian woman in shorts, cape, and feathered hat]

Photograph of Tom Akiyama

[Old bearded man with hand on the Asian boy's shoulder]

Asian man

Asian Artists in Crystal (17x22'')

Poster Series No. 2 "Asian Students"

L. E. side

The 13th Tactical Fighter Squadron, "Panther Pack," was deactivated on June 30, 1975. Eldridge, a black Asian panther, was the squadron's mascot from August 1971 to December 1973 when he joined the Phoenix, Arizona zoo

ASIAN BICENTENNIAL CELEBRATION WITH FAY MALDARI - DOUGLAS LEE - BEN EBIHARA - SUEY YEE - SHIGEO NAKANISHI - DAVID NAMKOONG - NOT SHOWN ROBERT WONG

ASIAN BICENTENNIAL CELEBRATION WITH FAY MALDARI - DOUGLAS LEE - BEN EBIHARA - SUEY YEE - SHIGEO NAKANISHI - DAVID NAMKOONG - NOT SHOWN ROBERT WONG

Reception honoring Asian Americans

Reception honoring Asian Americans

Reception honoring Asian Americans

Reception honoring Asian Americans

Reception honoring Asian Americans

Reception honoring Asian Americans

Arthur M. Sackler Museum of Asian Art of the Smithsonian Institution on the National Mall, Washington, D.C.

A close-up of nose art on a 6th Aerial Refueling Squadron Strategic Air Command KC-10A Extender aircraft dubbed "Asian Flew".

Military Photographer of the Year Winner 1996 Title: The Flak Over Fugu Category: Picture Story Place: Second Place Brief Description: A panel of six black & white pictures showing Asian cooking procedures. Exact Date Shot Unknown

An Air Force Major assigned to the Asian Pacific Theater becomes an ambassador of goodwill by handing out food to local civilians in need.(Published in AIRMAN Magazine May 1996 ) Exact Date Shot Unknown

A close up shot of photographs taken of Asian migrants temporarily detained at Guantanamo Bay Cuba, during Operation MARATHON. The photos help identify those in charge and those who assisted in the smuggling operation. Operation MARATHON is a US Atlantic Command operation provided to process and identify migrants involved in the illegal smuggling of migrants by ship into the United States

Military personnel from Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan arrive by a United States Air Force C-141B Starlifter at Pope Air Force Base in North Carolina. Task Force 3-504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, assigned to the United States Army 82nd Airborne Division out of Fort Bragg, North Carolina, will host the military platoon during Exercise CENTRAL ASIAN BATTALION (CENTRAZBAT) 97. The countries will conduct combined airborne operations, weapons training and cultural activities in order to strengthen partnership between CENTRAZBAT participants and Task Force 3-504 and to set the conditions for a successful Partnership for Peace (PfP) exercise

United States Army Colonel Horst (second from left) the 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment Commander, assigned to the 82nd Airborne Division, greets Major Kim (second from right) from the Kazakhstan Army, at the 504th Headquarters building at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, during Exercise CENTRAL ASIAN BATTALION (CENTRAZBAT) 97. The Task Force 3-504th Parachute Infantry Regiment will host the military platoon during CENTRAZBAT. The countries will conduct combined airborne operations, weapons training, and cultural activities in order to strengthen partnership between CENTRAZBAT participants and Task Force 3-504 and to set the conditions for a successful Partnership for Peace (PfP) exercise

United States Army SPECIALIST Olga Roemer (center) a Linguist, helps communicate a conversation between United States Army Private First Class Jeff Lee (right) from the 3-504th Parachute Infantry Regiment and Uzbekistan Army Captain Almas Djumakeev (left), at the 504th Headquarters building at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, during Exercise CENTRAL ASIAN BATTALION (CENTRAZBAT) 97. The Task Force 3-504th Parachute Infantry Regiment will host the military platoon during CENTRAZBAT. The countries will conduct combined airborne operations, weapons training, and cultural activities in order to strengthen partnership between CENTRAZBAT participants and Task Force 3-504 and to set the conditions...

Uzbekistan Army personnel receive AK47 assault weapons after traveling to Fort Bragg, North Carolina. United States Army Task Force 3-504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, from the 82nd Airborne Division will host the military platoon during Exercise CENTRAL ASIAN BATTALION (CENTRAZBAT) 97. The countries will conduct combined airborne operations, weapons training, and cultural activities in order to strengthen partnership between CENTRAZBAT participants and Task Force 3-504 and to set the conditions for a successful Partnership for Peace (PfP) exercise

Kazakhstan Army personnel receive weapons after traveling to Fort Bragg, North Carolina. United States Army Task Force 3-504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, from the 82nd Airborne Division will host the military platoon during Exercise CENTRAL ASIAN BATTALION (CENTRAZBAT) 97. The countries will conduct combined airborne operations, weapons training, and cultural activities in order to strengthen partnership between CENTRAZBAT participants and Task Force 3-504 and to set the conditions for a successful Partnership for Peace (PfP) exercise

Military personnel from Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan form up, after being transported to Pope Air Force Base in North Carolina, by a United States Air Force C-141B Starlifter. Task Force 3-504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, assigned to the United States Army 82nd Airborne Division out of Fort Bragg, North Carolina, will host the military platoon during Exercise CENTRAL ASIAN BATTALION (CENTRAZBAT) 97. The countries will conduct combined airborne operations, weapons training, and cultural activities in order to strengthen partnership between CENTRAZBAT participants and Task Force 3-504 and to set the conditions for a successful Partnership for Peace (PfP) exercise

United States, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan Army personnel prepare to board a United States Air Force C-17A Globemaster III aircraft from the 14th Airlift Squadron out of Charleston Air Force Base, South Carolina, at Pope Air Force Base, North Carolina, during a airdrop mission. United States Army Task Force 3-504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, from the 82nd Airborne Division will host the military platoon during Exercise CENTRAL ASIAN BATTALION (CENTRAZBAT) 97. The countries will conduct combined airborne operations, weapons training, and cultural activities in order to strengthen partnership between CENTRAZBAT participants and Task Force 3-504 and to set the conditions for a successful...

US Army personnel from the 82nd Airborne Division out of Fort Bragg, North Carolina, along with Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan Army personnel prepare for a airdrop mission on a US Air Force C-17A Globemaster III from the 14th Airlift Squadron out of Charleston Air Force Base, South Carolina. The personnel will drop over Fort Bragg, North Carolina. The countries will conduct combined airborne operations, weapons training, and cultural activities during Exercise CENTRAL ASIAN BATTALION (CENTRAZBAT) 97 in order to strengthen partnership between CENTRAZBAT participants to set the conditions for a successful Partnership for Peace (PfP) exercise. (Released)

US Army personnel from the 82nd Airborne Division out of Fort Bragg, North Carolina, along with Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan Army personnel prepare for a airdrop mission on a US Air Force C-17A Globemaster III from the 14th Airlift Squadron out of Charleston Air Force Base, South Carolina. The personnel will drop over Fort Bragg, North Carolina. The countries will conduct combined airborne operations, weapons training, and cultural activities during Exercise CENTRAL ASIAN BATTALION (CENTRAZBAT) 97 in order to strengthen partnership between CENTRAZBAT participants to set the conditions for a successful Partnership for Peace (PfP) exercise

US Air Force C-17A Globemaster III aircraft arrive at Pope Air Force Base, North Carolina, to pick up United States, Kazakhstan and Ukbekistan Army personnel for an airdrop mission. United States Army Task Force 3-504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, from the 82nd Airborne Division will host the military platoon during Exercise CENTRAL ASIAN BATTALION (CENTRAZBAT) 97. The countries will conduct combined airborne operations, weapons training, and cultural activities in order to strengthen partnership between CENTRAZBAT participants and Task Force 3-504 and to set the conditions for a successful Partnership for Peace (PfP) exercise

US Army personnel from the 82nd Airborne Division out of Fort Bragg, North Carolina, along with Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan Army personnel prepare for a airdrop mission on a US Air Force C-17A Globemaster III from the 14th Airlift Squadron out of Charleston Air Force Base, South Carolina. The personnel will drop over Fort Bragg, North Carolina. The countries will conduct combined airborne operations, weapons training, and cultural activities during Exercise CENTRAL ASIAN BATTALION (CENTRAZBAT) 97 in order to strengthen partnership between CENTRAZBAT participants to set the conditions for a successful Partnership for Peace (PFP) exercise

United States, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan Army personnel prepare for a airdrop mission on a United States Air Force C-17A Globemaster III aircraft from the 14th Airlift Squadron out of Charleston Air Force Base, South Carolina. The personnel will drop over Fort Bragg, North Carolina. The countries will conduct combined airborne operations, weapons training, and cultural activities during Exercise CENTRAL ASIAN BATTALION (CENTRAZBAT) 97, in order to strengthen partnership between CENTRAZBAT participants to set the conditions for a successful Partnership for Peace (PfP) exercise

US Army personnel from the 82nd Airborne Division out of Fort Bragg North Carolina, along with Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan Army personnel jump from a US Air Force C-17A Globemaster III from the 14th Airlift Squadron out of Charleston Air Force Base South Carolina, during a airdrop mission. The personnel will drop over Fort Bragg, North Carolina. The countries will conduct combined airborne operations, weapons training, and cultural activities during Exercise CENTRAL ASIAN BATTALION (CENTRAZBAT) 97 in order to strengthen partnership between CENTRAZBAT participants to set the conditions for a successful Partnership for Peace (PfP) exercise

US Army personnel from the 82nd Airborne Division out of Fort Bragg, North Carolina, along with Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan Army personnel jump from a US Air Force C-17A Globemaster III from the 14th Airlift Squadron out of Charleston Air Force Base, South Carolina, during a airdrop mission. The personnel will drop over Fort Bragg, North Carolina. The countries will conduct combined airborne operations, weapons training, and cultural activities during Exercise CENTRAL ASIAN BATTALION (CENTRAZBAT) 97 in order to strengthen partnership between CENTRAZBAT participants to set the conditions for a successful Partnership for Peace (PfP) exercise

US Army personnel from the 82nd Airborne Division out of Fort Bragg, North Carolina, along with Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan Army personnel prepare for a airdrop mission on a US Air Force C-17A Globemaster III aircraft from the 14th Airlift Squadron out of Charleston Air Force Base, South Carolina. The personnel will drop over Fort Bragg, North Carolina. The countries will conduct combined airborne operations, weapons training, and cultural activities during Exercise CENTRAL ASIAN BATTALION (CENTRAZBAT) 97 in order to strengthen partnership between CENTRAZBAT participants to set the conditions for a successful Partnership for Peace (PfP) exercise

Army personnel from the 82nd Airborne Division out of Fort Bragg, North Carolina, along with Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan Army personnel jump from a US Air Force C-17A Globemaster III from the 14th Airlift Squadron out of Charleston Air Force Base, South Carolina, during an airdrop mission. The troops will drop over Fort Bragg, North Carolina. The countries will conduct combined airborne operations, weapons training, and cultural activities during Exercise CENTRAL ASIAN BATTALION (CENTRAZBAT) 97

A US Air Force KC-135 Stratotanker refuels a US Air Force C-17A Globemaster III from the 14th Airlift Squadron out of Charleston Air Force Base, South Carolina. The C-17A is transporting Army personnel from the 82nd Airborne Division out of Fort Bragg, North Carolina, along with Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan Army personnel. The personnel jump over Fort Bragg, North Carolina. The countries will conduct combined airborne operations, weapons training, and cultural activities during Exercise CENTRAL ASIAN BATTALION (CENTRAZBAT) 97

Army personnel from the 82nd Airborne Division out of Fort Bragg, North Carolina, along with Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan Army personnel jump from an Air Force C-17A Globemaster III from the 14th Airlift Squadron out of Charleston Air Force Base, South Carolina, during an airdrop mission. The troops will drop over Fort Bragg, North Carolina. he countries will conduct combined airborne operations, weapons training, and cultural activities during Exercise CENTRAL ASIAN BATTALION (CENTRAZBAT) 97

A US Air Force KC-135 Stratotanker prepares to refuel a US Air Force C-17A Globemaster III from the 14th Airlift Squadron out of Charleston Air Force Base, South Carolina. The C-17A is transporting Army personnel from the 82nd Airborne Division out of Fort Bragg, North Carolina, along with Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan Army personnel. The personnel jump over Fort Bragg, North Carolina. The countries will conduct combined airborne operations, weapons training, and cultural activities during Exercise CENTRAL ASIAN BATTALION (CENTRAZBAT) 97

United States, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan Army personnel prepare to board a United States Air Force C-17A Globemaster III rom the 14th Airlit Squadron out o Charleston Air Force Base, South Carolina, at Pope Air Force Base, North Carolina, during a airdrop mission. United States Army Task Force 3-504th Parachute Inantry Regiment, rom the 82nd Airborne Division will host the military platoon during Exercise CENTRAL ASIAN BATTALION (CENTRAZBAT) 97. The countries will conduct combined airborne operations, weapons training, and cultural activities in order to strengthen partnership between CENTRAZBAT participants and Task Force 3-504 and to set the conditions or a successul Partnership...

United States, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan Army personnel prepare to board a US Air Force C-17A Globemaster III from the 14th Airlift Squadron out of Charleston Air Force Base, South Carolina, at Pope Air Force Base, North Carolina, during a airdrop mission. US Army Task Force 3-504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, from the 82nd Airborne Division will host the military platoon during Exercise CENTRAL ASIAN BATTALION (CENTRAZBAT) 97. The countries will conduct combined airborne operations, weapons training, and cultural activities in order to strengthen partnership between CENTRAZBAT participants and Task Force 3-504 and to set the conditions for a successful Partnership for Peace (PfP) exercise

Kazakhstan Army SENIOR Sergeant Askar Papambekov sits on top a Armor Personnel Carrier (APC) as he waits for the parade to begin, during the closing ceremony Phase One the Exercise CENTRAL ASIAN BATTALION (CENTRAZBAT) 97. The closing ceremony took place at Sayram Airfield in Kazakhstan. The main goal the exercise is to increase the ability mutual interaction CENTRASBAT with the units the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) states and other partners through practical work out common mission peacekeeping and humanitarian operations on the level the battalion-platoon. Working out the coordination among joint peacekeeping forces according to the procedure...

United States Under Secretary of Defense for Central Asian Affairs Doctor Katherine Kelleher (front row left), who represents the United States, during the opening ceremony of Phase two of the Exercise CENTRAL ASIAN BATTALION (CENTRAZBAT) 97. She sits with (second from left) General (GEN) Muhtar Altyubayer, Defense Minister of Kazakhstan, (forth from left) GEN Mirzakan Subgnov, Defense Minister Kyrgyzstan (fifth from left) GEN Rustam Akhmedov, Defense Minister Uzbekistan, and dignitaries of all the countries participating in CENTRAZBAT 97. The opening ceremony took place at Chrichik Training Center, in Uzbekistan. The main goal of the exercise is to increase the ability of mutual...

Army personnel from the Republic of Uzbekistan participating in Exercise CENTRAL ASIAN BATTALION (CENTRAZBAT) 97, put on a self-defense exhibition during the opening ceremony of Phase two of CENTRAZBAT 97. The opening ceremony took place at Chrichik Army Training Center, in the Republic of Uzbekistan. The main goal of the exercise is to increase the ability of mutual interaction of CENTRAZBAT with the units of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) states and other partners through practical work out of common mission of peacekeeping and humanitarian operations on the level of the battalion-platoon. Working out the coordination among joint peacekeeping forces according to the...

Uzbekistan Army parachutist carries the flags of countries participating in Exercise CENTRAL ASIAN BATTALION (CENTRAZBAT) 97, during the opening ceremony of Phase two of CENTRAZBAT 97 at Chrichik Army Training Center in the Republic of Uzbekistan. The main goal of the exercise is to increase the ability of mutual interaction of CENTRAZBAT with the units of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) states and other partners through practical work out of common mission of peacekeeping and humanitarian operations on the level of the battalion-platoon. Working out the coordination among joint peacekeeping forces according to the procedure of NATO, practicing goals of operative...

United States Army Sergeant Gerald Anderson from the 82nd Airborne Division out of Fort Bragg, North Carolina, inspects the driver of a truck for possible weapons, during checkpoint training being held at Chrichik Army Training Center, in the Republic of Uzbekistan. The personnel are participating in a training exercise, during Exercise CENTRAL ASIAN BATTALION (CENTRAZBAT) 97. The main goal of the exercise is to increase the ability of mutual interaction of CENTRASBAT with the units of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) states and other partners through practical work out of common mission of peacekeeping and humanitarian operations on the level of the battalion-platoon....

United States Army personnel from the 82nd Airborne Division out of Fort Bragg, North Carolina, defending their checkpoint, capture terrorists who attacked their position, during checkpoint training being held at Chrichik Army Training Center, in the Republic of Uzbekistan. The personnel are participating in a training exercise, during Exercise CENTRAL ASIAN BATTALION (CENTRAZBAT) 97. The main goal of the exercise is to increase the ability of mutual interaction of CENTRAZBAT with the units of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) states and other partners through practical work out of common mission of peacekeeping and humanitarian operations on the level of the...

United States Army Private First Class Kevin Nickodemus from the 82nd Airborne Divisi out of Fort Bragg, North Carolina, returns fire from his M16A2 Assault Rifle, as his plato is attacked by terrorist, during checkpoint training being held at Chrichik Army Training Center, in the Republic of Uzbekistan. The persnel are participating in a training exercise, during Exercise CENTRAL ASIAN BATTALION (CENTRAZBAT) 97. The main goal of the exercise is to increase the ability of mutual interacti of CENTRAZBAT with the units of the North Atlantic Treaty Organizati (NATO) states and other partners through practical work out of comm missi of peacekeeping and humanitarian operatis...

United States Army personnel from the 82nd Airborne Division out of Fort Bragg, North Carolina, inspect a vehicle and keep weapons aimed at a possible terrorist threat and check the individual for possible weapons, during checkpoint training being held at Chrichik Army Training Center, in the Republic of Uzbekistan. The personnel are participating in a training exercise, during Exercise CENTRAL ASIAN BATTALION (CENTRAZBAT) 97. The main goal of the exercise is to increase the ability of mutual interaction of CENTRAZBAT with the units of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) states and other partners through practical work out of common mission of peacekeeping and humanitarian...

AFIS BILLBOARD POSTERS. ASIAN PACIFIC HERITAGE MONTH. DEFENSE BILLBOARD #100

AFIS BILLBOARD POSTERS. ASIAN/PACIFIC HERITAGE MONTH. DEFENSE BILLBOARD #53

Members of the U.S. Army's 82nd Airborne Division, under the direction of Battalion Commander Lieutenant Colonel Rick Bloss (Not shown), march onto the parade grounds for the start of the CENTRASBAT (CENTRAL ASIAN PEACEKEEPING BATTALION) 2000 opening ceremonies on September 13th, 2000. CENTRASBAT is a multi-national peacekeeping and humanitarian relief exercise sponsored by U.S. Central Command (U.S. CENTCOM) and hosted by former Soviet Republic Kazakhstan in Central Asia, from Sept. 11th to the 20th. Exercise participants include approximately 300 U. S. troops, including personnel from U.S. CENTCOM, from the U.S. Army's 82nd Airborne Division from Fort Bragg, North Carolina, the 5th ...

United States Army General Tommy R. Franks (right), Commander in CHIEF, United States Central Command, Minister of Defense for Kazakhstan Lieutenant General Sat Tokpakbaev (center) and Russian Commander Colonel General Anatoly Sergeev (left), attend a press conference after the opening ceremonies of Central ASian Peacekeeping Battalion (CENTRASBAT) 2000, Almaty, Kazakhstan, Wednesday 13 September 2000. CENTRASBAT 2000 is a multi-national peacekeeping and humanitarian relief exercise sponsored by US Central Command (US CENTCOM) and hosted by former Soviet Republic Kazakhstan in Central Asia, 11-20 September 2000. Exercise participants include approximately 300 US troops including personnel...

Kazakhstan Army soldiers take a break from exercise Cenrtral Asian Peacekeeping Battalion (CENTRASBAT) 2000 and go fishing. The CENTRASBAT 2000 exercise is a multi-national, in the Spirit of Partnership for Peace, peacekeeping and humanitarian relief exercise sponsored by United States Central Command (US CENTCOM) and hosted by the former Soviet Republic Kazakhstan (KAZ) in Central Asia, 11-20 September 2000. Exercise participants include approximately 300 US troops including personnel from US CENTCOM, the US Army's 82nd Airborne Division, Fort Bragg, North Carolina, and 5th Special Forces Group, Ft. Campbell, Kentucky, and approximately 300 Kazakhstan soldiers. Other participating ...

Members of the Kazakhstan Army compete in a tug-of-war competition during a sporting event held at Central ASian Peacekeeping Battalion (CENTRASBAT) 2000, Almaty, Kazakhstan (KAZ), Wednesday 13 September 2000. The tug-of-war competition was one of many sports played between participating countries. CENTRASBAT 2000 is a multi-national peacekeeping and humanitarian relief exercise sponsored by United States Central Command (US CENTCOM) and hosted by the former Soviet Republic Kazakhstan in Central Asia, 11-20 September 2000. Exercise participants include approximately 300 US troops including personnel from US CENTCOM, the US Army's 82nd Airborne Division, Fort Bragg, North Carolina, and 5th...

Poster art created for a ceremony held at Headquarters US Southern Command (USSOUTHCOM) to recognize Asian Pacific American Month. Created by Felix Peguero-Luna, CIV, USA

Corporal (CPL) John Murray, United States Marine Corps (USMC) from West Palm Beach, Florida, assigned to Landing Force CARAT 2001 (left), Samuel (center) and Frances Sagayam, prepare Samuel for his hydrotherapy session, which is provided to children with multiple disabilities at the Asian Women's Welfare Association Special School in Singapore

Lance Corporal (LCPL) Lucas Nunes, United States Marine Corps (USMC), from Willows, California, attached to Landing Force CARAT 2001, lends a hand with improvements at the Asian Women's Welfare Association Special School in Singapore

US Marine Corps (USMC) Lance Corporal (LCPL) Lance Rogers, helps Chua Weikang, enjoy a hydrotherapy session for children with multiple disabilities at the Asian Women's Welfare Association Special School in Singapore. Rogers was participating in a community relations project as part of the seventh annual COOPERATION AFLOAT READINESS AND TRAINING Exercise 2001

Private First Class (PFC) Adam Rysdyk, United States Marine Corps (USMC), from Titusville, Florida, assigned to Landing Force CARAT 2001, lends a hand by making improvements to the property at the Asian Women's Welfare Association Special School in Singapore

Corporal (CPL) Thomas Maynard, United States Marine Corps (USMC), from Detroit Michigan, assigned to Landing Force CARAT 2001, prepares a playful Nicholas Tae for hydrotherapy treatment for children with multiple disabilities at the Asian Women's Welfare Association Special School in Singapore

United States Marine Corps (USMC) personnel with Landing Force CARAT 2001, participate in a hydrotherapy session for children with multiple disabilities at the Asian Women's Welfare Association Special School in Singapore

Corporal (CPL) Thomas Maynard, United States Marine Corps (USMC), from Detroit Michigan, assigned to Landing Force CARAT 2001, prepares Nicholas Tae for a hydrotherapy treatment at the Asian Women's Welfare Association Special School in Singapore, July 4, 2001

Corporal (CPL) John Murray, United States Marine Corps (USMC), from West Palm Beach, Florida, assigned to Landing Force CARAT 2001 and Samuel Sagayam enjoy a hydrotherapy session for children with multiple disabilities at the Asian Women's Welfare Association Special School in Singapore

Corporal (CPL) Thomas Maynard, United States Marine Corps (USMC), from Detroit Michigan, assigned to Landing Force CARAT 2001, prepares Nicholas Tae for hydrotherapy treatment for children with multiple disabilities at the Asian Women's Welfare Association Special School in Singapore

United States Marine Corps (USMC) members participating in Landing Force CARAT 2001, join in a hydrotherapy session for children with multiple disabilities at the Asian Women's Welfare Association Special School in Singapore

Corporal (CPL) Thomas Maynard, United States Marine Corps (USMC), from Detroit Michigan, assigned to Landing Force CARAT 2001 and Samuel, enjoy a hydrotherapy session for children with multiple disabilities at the Asian Women's Welfare Association Special School in Singapore

Corporal (CPL) John Murray, United States Marine Corps (USMC), from West Palm Beach, Florida, assigned to Landing Force CARAT 2001 (left), Samuel (center) and Frances Sagayam, prepare Samuel for his hydrotherapy session, which is provided to children with multiple disabilities at the Asian Women's Welfare Association Special School in Singapore

In the middle of the night, soldiers from the 10th Mountain Division, Fort Drum, New York, process through Asian customs at an undisclosed location during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM

In the middle of the night, soldiers from the 10th Mountain Division, Fort Drum, New York, process through Asian customs at an undisclosed location during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM

Commonwealth of Independent States--Central Asian states.