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Members of the 25th Infantry Division from Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, and members of the 2nd Republic of Korea Army Tank Battalion, stand by with an M-47 tank to defend against aggressor action from the Orange Forces. The U.S. and Korean soldiers are acting as members of the Blue Forces during the training exercise Team Spirit '82

Members of the 25th Infantry Division from Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, and members of the 2nd Republic of Korea Army Tank Battalion, stand by with an M-47 tank to defend against aggressor action from the Orange Forces. The U.S. and Korean soldiers are acting as members of the Blue Forces during the training exercise Team Spirit '82

Members of the Republic of Korea Army, armed with a 106mm recoilless rifle, move against the Blue Forces during the joint Republic of Korea/U.S. training Exercise Team Spirit '82. The Korean soldiers are members of the Orange Force, while the Blue Forces is made up of soldiers from the 25th Infantry Division

Members of the Republic of Korea Army, armed with a 106mm recoilless rifle, move against the Blue Forces during the joint Republic of Korea/U.S. training Exercise Team Spirit '82. The Korean soldiers are members of the Orange Force, while the Blue Forces is made up of soldiers from the 25th Infantry Division

Major Gene Dudley (right), the official controller working with Orange and Blue Forces, tries to ease tensions after Orange Force officers are captured by troops of the 1ST Battalion, 35th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, during the joint South Korean/US training Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '82

Major Gene Dudley (right), the official controller working with Orange and Blue Forces, tries to ease tensions after Orange Force officers are captured by troops of the 1ST Battalion, 35th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, during the joint South Korean/US training Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '82

Soldiers of the Blue Forces who are participating in exercise Reforger-Carbine Fortress, head for a UH-60A Black Hawk (Blackhawk) helicopter to be airlifted out of their objective

Soldiers of the Blue Forces who are participating in exercise Reforger-Carbine Fortress, head for a UH-60A Black Hawk (Blackhawk) helicopter to be airlifted out of their objective

Members of the 1ST Battalion, 28th Infantry (Blue Forces), travel in a tactical formation in armored personnel carriers. They are a part of Exercise Reforger '82

Members of the 1ST Battalion, 28th Infantry (Blue Forces), travel in a tactical formation in armored personnel carriers. They are a part of Exercise Reforger '82

Members of the 1ST Battalion, 19th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, aboard a South Korean army M-47 tank, prepare for a confrontation with the Blue Forces during the joint South Korean/US training Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '83

Members of the 1ST Battalion, 19th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, aboard a South Korean army M-47 tank, prepare for a confrontation with the Blue Forces during the joint South Korean/US training Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '83

Members of the 1ST Battalion, 19th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, aboard a South Korean army M-47 tank, prepare for a confrontation with the Blue Forces during the joint South Korean/US training Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '83

Members of the 1ST Battalion, 19th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, aboard a South Korean army M-47 tank, prepare for a confrontation with the Blue Forces during the joint South Korean/US training Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '83

Members of the 1ST Battalion, 19th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, aboard a South Korean army M-47 tank, prepare to confront Blue Forces during the joint South Korean/US training Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '83

Members of the 1ST Battalion, 19th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, aboard a South Korean army M-47 tank, prepare to confront Blue Forces during the joint South Korean/US training Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '83

Members of the 1ST Battalion, 19th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, using UH-1 Iroquois helicopters, conduct a combined areial and river crossing attack against "enemy" Blue Forces during the joint South Korean/US training Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '83

Members of the 1ST Battalion, 19th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, using UH-1 Iroquois helicopters, conduct a combined areial and river crossing attack against "enemy" Blue Forces during the joint South Korean/US training Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '83

A .50-caliber machine gun crew from Company B, 1ST Battalion, 5th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, fire their weapon against attacking Blue Forces during the joint South Korean/US training Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '83

A .50-caliber machine gun crew from Company B, 1ST Battalion, 5th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, fire their weapon against attacking Blue Forces during the joint South Korean/US training Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '83

Members of Company B, 1ST Battalion, 5th Infantry Division (Orange Forces), fire .50-caliber machine guns against attacking Blue Forces during the joint Korean/United States training exercise TEAM SPIRIT '83

Members of Company B, 1ST Battalion, 5th Infantry Division (Orange Forces), fire .50-caliber machine guns against attacking Blue Forces during the joint Korean/United States training exercise TEAM SPIRIT '83

Private First Class Clifton Burden and Sergeant Anthony Atuigue of the Combat Support Company, 1ST Battalion, 5th Infantry Division, position a TOW missile system in Yang Deog Village against attacking Blue Forces, during the joint South Korean/US training Exercise TEAM SPIRIT `83

Private First Class Clifton Burden and Sergeant Anthony Atuigue of the Combat Support Company, 1ST Battalion, 5th Infantry Division, position a TOW missile system in Yang Deog Village against attacking Blue Forces, during the joint South Korean/US training Exercise TEAM SPIRIT `83

Members of Company B, 1ST Battalion, 5th Infantry Division (Orange Forces), defend their position on a roadside against advancing Blue Forces during the joint Korean/United States training exercise TEAM SPIRIT '83

Members of Company B, 1ST Battalion, 5th Infantry Division (Orange Forces), defend their position on a roadside against advancing Blue Forces during the joint Korean/United States training exercise TEAM SPIRIT '83

Members of the 2nd Battalion, 25th Infantry Division (Orange Forces), move toward the Han River in an offensive against the Blue Forces during the joint South Korean/US training Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '84

Members of the 2nd Battalion, 25th Infantry Division (Orange Forces), move toward the Han River in an offensive against the Blue Forces during the joint South Korean/US training Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '84

Led by, left to right, Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Gene Bryson, commander, 1ST Battalion, 35th Infantry, Colonel (COL) David E.K. Cooper, commander, 2nd Battalion, 25th Infantry Division, and Captain (CPT) William Faistenhammer, S3,1ST Battalion, 35th Infantry, Tropic Lighting Division troops (Orange Forces) move against Blue Forces during the joint South Korean/US training Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '84. The soldier at the right is armed with an M16A1 rifle

Led by, left to right, Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Gene Bryson, commander, 1ST Battalion, 35th Infantry, Colonel (COL) David E.K. Cooper, commander, 2nd Battalion, 25th Infantry Division, and Captain (CPT) William Faistenhammer, S3,1ST Battalion, 35th Infantry, Tropic Lighting Division troops (Orange Forces) move against Blue Forces during the joint South Korean/US training Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '84. The soldier at the right is armed with an M16A1 rifle

Members of the 2nd Battalion, 25th Infantry Division, move toward the Han River in an offensive against the Blue Forces during the joint South Korean/US training Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '84. They are acting as members of the Orange Forces

Members of the 2nd Battalion, 25th Infantry Division, move toward the Han River in an offensive against the Blue Forces during the joint South Korean/US training Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '84. They are acting as members of the Orange Forces

Members of the 2nd Battalion, 25th Infantry Division, (Orange Forces), come ashore on the northern bank of the Han River in an offensive against the Blue Forces during the joint South Korean/US training Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '84

Members of the 2nd Battalion, 25th Infantry Division, (Orange Forces), come ashore on the northern bank of the Han River in an offensive against the Blue Forces during the joint South Korean/US training Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '84

Major (MAJ) Edward R. Cruickshank, Commander of the 1ST Battalion, 299th Infantry, Hawaii Army National Guard, observes the entry of 25th Infantry Division Orange Forces into the city, as they advance against the Blue Forces during the joint South Korean/US Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '84. Visible to the left is an M728 combat engineer vehicle

Major (MAJ) Edward R. Cruickshank, Commander of the 1ST Battalion, 299th Infantry, Hawaii Army National Guard, observes the entry of 25th Infantry Division Orange Forces into the city, as they advance against the Blue Forces during the joint South Korean/US Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '84. Visible to the left is an M728 combat engineer vehicle

An M48 main battle tank of the South Korean army is used to cover members of the 2nd Brigade, 25th Infantry Division (Orange Forces), ash they march up a dirt road after crossing the river. They are involved in a battle with the Blue Forces during the joint South Korean/US Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '84

An M48 main battle tank of the South Korean army is used to cover members of the 2nd Brigade, 25th Infantry Division (Orange Forces), ash they march up a dirt road after crossing the river. They are involved in a battle with the Blue Forces during the joint South Korean/US Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '84

Members of Company A, 1ST Battalion, 14th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, advance against the Blue Forces during the joint South Korean/US Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '84. They are acting as the Orange Force

Members of Company A, 1ST Battalion, 14th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, advance against the Blue Forces during the joint South Korean/US Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '84. They are acting as the Orange Force

Members of Company A, 1ST Battalion, 14th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, advance against the Blue Forces during the joint South Korean/US Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '84. They are acting as the Orange Force

Members of Company A, 1ST Battalion, 14th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, advance against the Blue Forces during the joint South Korean/US Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '84. They are acting as the Orange Force

Members of Company A, 1ST Battalion, 14th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division (Orange Forces), battle the Blue Forces along Highway 43 during the joint South Korean/US training Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '84

Members of Company A, 1ST Battalion, 14th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division (Orange Forces), battle the Blue Forces along Highway 43 during the joint South Korean/US training Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '84

Members of Company A, 14th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division (Orange Forces), clash with Blue Forces along Highway 43 during the joint South Korean/US Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '84. The soldiers are armed, left to right, with an M16A1 rifle, an M60 machine gun and an M16A1 rifle equipped with an M203 grenade launcher. Behind them is an M48 tank

Members of Company A, 14th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division (Orange Forces), clash with Blue Forces along Highway 43 during the joint South Korean/US Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '84. The soldiers are armed, left to right, with an M16A1 rifle, an M60 machine gun and an M16A1 rifle equipped with an M203 grenade launcher. Behind them is an M48 tank

Members of Company A, 14th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division (Orange Forces), clash with Blue Forces along Highway 43 during the joint South Korean/US Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '84. The soldiers are armed, left to right, with an M16A1 rifle, an M60 machine gun and an M16A1 rifle equipped with an M203 grenade launcher. Behind them is an M-48 tank

Members of Company A, 14th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division (Orange Forces), clash with Blue Forces along Highway 43 during the joint South Korean/US Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '84. The soldiers are armed, left to right, with an M16A1 rifle, an M60 machine gun and an M16A1 rifle equipped with an M203 grenade launcher. Behind them is an M-48 tank

A member of company A, 1ST Battalion, 14th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, fires an M60 machine gun toward the Blue Forces during the joint South Korean/US Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '84. He is acting as a member of the Orange Forces

A member of company A, 1ST Battalion, 14th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, fires an M60 machine gun toward the Blue Forces during the joint South Korean/US Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '84. He is acting as a member of the Orange Forces

A member of Company A, 1ST Battalion, 14th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, fires an M60 machine gun toward the Blue Forces during the joint South Korean/US Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '84. He is acting as a member of the Orange Forces

A member of Company A, 1ST Battalion, 14th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, fires an M60 machine gun toward the Blue Forces during the joint South Korean/US Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '84. He is acting as a member of the Orange Forces

Private First Class (PFC) Heriberto Torres of Company A, 1ST Battalion, 14th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, prepares to fire an M16A1 rifle equipped with an M203 grenade launcher at advancing Blue Forces during the joint South Korean/US Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '84. He is a member of the Orange Forces

Private First Class (PFC) Heriberto Torres of Company A, 1ST Battalion, 14th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, prepares to fire an M16A1 rifle equipped with an M203 grenade launcher at advancing Blue Forces during the joint South Korean/US Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '84. He is a member of the Orange Forces

A member of Company A, 1ST Battalion, 14th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, runs past a South Korean farmer as the Orange Forces battle the Blue Forces during the joint South Korean/US Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '84. The soldier is armed with an M16A1 rifle

A member of Company A, 1ST Battalion, 14th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, runs past a South Korean farmer as the Orange Forces battle the Blue Forces during the joint South Korean/US Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '84. The soldier is armed with an M16A1 rifle

Soldiers from Co. A, 1ST Bn., 64th Infantry, plan an attack on the Blue Forces during an exercise at the National Training Center. The soldiers are wearing multiple integrated laser engagement system (MILES) gear

Soldiers from Co. A, 1ST Bn., 64th Infantry, plan an attack on the Blue Forces during an exercise at the National Training Center. The soldiers are wearing multiple integrated laser engagement system (MILES) gear

A 1ST Bn., 504th Parachute Infantry Regt., 82nd Airborne Div. "Blue Forces" soldier takes a prisoner as the "Red Forces" Marine defenders of Atlantic airfield are overcome during exercise Solid Shield '89. The exercise is being conducted on the East Coast of the United States by approximately 30,000 military personnel from all services

A 1ST Bn., 504th Parachute Infantry Regt., 82nd Airborne Div. "Blue Forces" soldier takes a prisoner as the "Red Forces" Marine defenders of Atlantic airfield are overcome during exercise Solid Shield '89. The exercise is being conducted on the East Coast of the United States by approximately 30,000 military personnel from all services

STAFF officers watch from the back of an M998 High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) as a column of Opposing Forces (OpFor) armored vehicles advances toward an engagement with the Blue Forces during an exercise

STAFF officers watch from the back of an M998 High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) as a column of Opposing Forces (OpFor) armored vehicles advances toward an engagement with the Blue Forces during an exercise

A column of Opposing Forces (OpFor) armored vehicles advances along a road toward an engagement with the Blue Forces during an exercise

A column of Opposing Forces (OpFor) armored vehicles advances along a road toward an engagement with the Blue Forces during an exercise

An Opposing Forces (OpFor) M-551 Sheridan light tank visually modified to resemble a Soviet T-72 main battle tank moves forward in an attack on the Blue Forces during an exercise

An Opposing Forces (OpFor) M-551 Sheridan light tank visually modified to resemble a Soviet T-72 main battle tank moves forward in an attack on the Blue Forces during an exercise

An Opposing Forces (OpFor) M-551 Sherdian light tank visually modified to resemble a Soviet T-72 main battle tank moves to join up with several other OpFor vehicles on the move to attack the Blue Forces during an exercise

An Opposing Forces (OpFor) M-551 Sherdian light tank visually modified to resemble a Soviet T-72 main battle tank moves to join up with several other OpFor vehicles on the move to attack the Blue Forces during an exercise

An Opposing Forces (OpFor) M-551 Sherdian light tank visually modified to resemble a Soviet T-72 main battle tank moves across the desert to join the attack on the Blue Forces during an exercise

An Opposing Forces (OpFor) M-551 Sherdian light tank visually modified to resemble a Soviet T-72 main battle tank moves across the desert to join the attack on the Blue Forces during an exercise

Two Opposing Forces (OpFor) M-551 Sheridan light tanks visually modified to resemble Soviet T-72 main battle tanks advance through the desert to join the attack on the Blue Forces during an exercise

Two Opposing Forces (OpFor) M-551 Sheridan light tanks visually modified to resemble Soviet T-72 main battle tanks advance through the desert to join the attack on the Blue Forces during an exercise

An Opposing Forces (OPFOR) soldier uses a night vision system, attached to an M16 rifle, to stalk the Blue Forces (BLUFOR) at the Joint Readiness Training Center

An Opposing Forces (OPFOR) soldier uses a night vision system, attached to an M16 rifle, to stalk the Blue Forces (BLUFOR) at the Joint Readiness Training Center

Members of Alpha 5-52 Air Defense Artillery Brigade, Fort Bliss, Texas drive their Patriot Missile System to its firing position at McGregor Range in southern New Mexico. The Patriot missile system will be used by the Blue Forces to defend against the Red Forces' air attacks during this, the world's largest joint service, multi-national tactical air operations exercise

Members of Alpha 5-52 Air Defense Artillery Brigade, Fort Bliss, Texas drive their Patriot Missile System to its firing position at McGregor Range in southern New Mexico. The Patriot missile system will be used by the Blue Forces to defend against the Red Forces' air attacks during this, the world's largest joint service, multi-national tactical air operations exercise

The M860A1 Patriot semitrailer launcher platform and missile cannister manned by soldiers of Alpha 5-52, Air Defense Artillery Brigade, Fort Bliss, Texas is set up and ready for a simulated launch. The Patriot missile system will be used by the Blue Forces to defend against the Red Forces' air attacks during this, the world's largest joint service, multi-national tactical air operations exercise

The M860A1 Patriot semitrailer launcher platform and missile cannister manned by soldiers of Alpha 5-52, Air Defense Artillery Brigade, Fort Bliss, Texas is set up and ready for a simulated launch. The Patriot missile system will be used by the Blue Forces to defend against the Red Forces' air attacks during this, the world's largest joint service, multi-national tactical air operations exercise

A soldier assigned to Alpha 5-52, Air Defense Artillery (ADA) Brigade, Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas, makes final preparations for a simulated launching of a Patriot Missile. The Patriot Missile System will be used by the Blue forces to defend against the Red Forces' air attacks during ROVING SANDS '97. ROVING SANDS is a multinational effort and is the largest military exercise on United States soil that allows training in a joint environment to hone command and control procedures and integrate new systems in Theater and Air Missile Defense

A soldier assigned to Alpha 5-52, Air Defense Artillery (ADA) Brigade, Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas, makes final preparations for a simulated launching of a Patriot Missile. The Patriot Missile System will be used by the Blue forces to defend against the Red Forces' air attacks during ROVING SANDS '97. ROVING SANDS is a multinational effort and is the largest military exercise on United States soil that allows training in a joint environment to hone command and control procedures and integrate new systems in Theater and Air Missile Defense

SPECIALIST Matthew Covington, Alpha 5-52 Air Defense Artillery Brigade, Fort Bliss, Texas, stands guard in front of a Patriot missile battery. The Patriot missile system will be used by the Blue Forces to defend against Red Forces' air attacks during this, the world's largest joint service, multi-national tactical air operations exercise.(Duplicate image, see also DD-SD-01-04259 or search 970416-F-2555H-101)

SPECIALIST Matthew Covington, Alpha 5-52 Air Defense Artillery Brigade, Fort Bliss, Texas, stands guard in front of a Patriot missile battery. The Patriot missile system will be used by the Blue Forces to defend against Red Forces' air attacks during this, the world's largest joint service, multi-national tactical air operations exercise.(Duplicate image, see also DD-SD-01-04259 or search 970416-F-2555H-101)

Two soldiers assigned to Alpha 5-52, Air Defense Artillery (ADA) Brigade, Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas, set up a Patriot Mobile Missile Launcher and ready it for a simulated launch. The Patriot missile system will be used by the Blue Forces to defend against the Red Forces' air attacks during ROVING SANDS '97. ROVING SANDS is a multinational effort and is the largest military exercise on United States soil that allows training in a joint environment to hone command and control procedures and integrate new systems in Theater and Air Missile Defense

Two soldiers assigned to Alpha 5-52, Air Defense Artillery (ADA) Brigade, Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas, set up a Patriot Mobile Missile Launcher and ready it for a simulated launch. The Patriot missile system will be used by the Blue Forces to defend against the Red Forces' air attacks during ROVING SANDS '97. ROVING SANDS is a multinational effort and is the largest military exercise on United States soil that allows training in a joint environment to hone command and control procedures and integrate new systems in Theater and Air Missile Defense