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Straight on medium close-up shot as US Army General Wesley K. Clark, the Supreme Allied Commander of Europe, is surrounded by reporters after the peace Stabilization Force (SFOR), Change of Command ceremony. US Army General Eric K. Shinseki (Not shown), Commander of Stabilization Force (SFOR), relinquished his command to US Army General Montgomery C. Meigs (Not shown), the Commander of the U.S. Army Combined Arms Center and Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Forty nations supporting Operation Joint Forge, participated in the ceremony on the Ilidza Compound in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina

Straight on medium close-up shot as US Army Colonel Ralston, serves as the leader of a multinational squadron on parade during the Stabilization Force (SFOR), change of command. On 23 Oct 1998, US Army General Eric K. Shinseki (Not shown), Commander of Stabilization Force (SFOR), relinquished his command to US Army General Montgomery C. Meigs (Not shown) the commander of the U.S. Army combined Arms Center and Fort Leavenworth. Forty nations supporting Operation Joint Forge, participated in the change of command on the Ilidza Compound in Sarajevo, Bosnia. US Army General Wesley K. Clark (Not shown), the Supreme Allied Commander of Europe, and Mr. Sergio Balanzino (Not shown), NATO Deputy ...

A medium close-up shot from a low angle looking up as the Stars and Stripes flies behind the head of the warrior statue at the Special Operations Memorial. A dedication ceremony, sponsored by the Special Operations Memorial Foundation, took place on May 24th, 1999, at MacDill Air Force Base, Florida

Straight on, medium close-up shot of US Army GEN Peter Shoomaker, United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) Commander-in-CHIEF as he speaks at the dedication ceremony of the Special Operations Memorial. The ceremony, sponsored by the Special Operations Memorial Foundation, took place on May 24th, 1999, at MacDill Air Force Base, Florida

Straight on Medium close-up shot of the Warrior Statue at sunrise. The statue is part of the Special Operations Memorial. A dedication ceremony, sponsored by the Special Operations Memorial Foundation, took place on May 24th, 1999, at MacDill Air Force Base, Florida

Right side profile, medium close-up shot of members of the 377th Honor Guard as they march in the parade during the 377th Wing Change of Command ceremony held on June 2nd, 1999, at Kirkland Air Force Base, New Mexico

Straight on rear view, medium close-up shot as US Air Force AIRMAN Keamon Combs, crew chief with the 555th Fighter Squadron, Aviano Air Base, Italy, marshals a F-16 Falcon prior to takeoff at the MacDill Air Force Base, Florida, Deployed Complex Unit

Straight on profile, medium close-up shot as US Air Force STAFF Sergeant Jethro Brown and SENIOR AIRMAN Christa Noel, with the 555th Fighter Squadron, Aviano Air Base, Italy, perform maintenance on a F-16 Falcon at the MacDill Air Force Base, Florida, Deployed Unit Complex

Right side profile, medium close-up shot as US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Ashley Buchanan, Weapons Technician with the 555th Fighter Squadron, Aviano Air Base, Italy, performs a weapons system check on a deployed F-16 Falcon at the MacDill Air Force Base, Florida, Deployed Unit Complex

Medium close-up shot of US Marine Artillery rounds used for the M198 155mm Howitzer from Lima Battery, 3rd Battalion, 12th Marines from Camp Hansen, Okinawa, Japan, waiting to be fired during the Artillery Relocation Shoot at Ojojihara, Japan

Straight on medium close-up shot as CHIEF MASTER Sergeant of the Air Force, Fredrick Finch (left), is presented an Office of Special Investigations (OSI) coin by OSI Commander, Brigadier General Francis Taylor, at the end of a tour of OSI Headquarters at Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland

Interior, left side front view, medium close-up shot as USAF STAFF Sergeant Tim Hanks, a member of the 41st Rescue Squadron, Moody Air Force Base, Georgia, awaits the signal to jump out of a HC-130 during a high altitude low opening exercise during Exercise Desert Rescue VII, near Naval Air Station, Fallon, Nevada. Members of the 41st Rescue Squadron, are participating in a multi-service rescue exercise to prepare for themselves for when a real situation may occur

Straight on medium close-up shot as USAF STAFF Sergeant Chris Young, a pararescueman from the 41st Rescue Squadron, Moody AFB, Georgia, vectors an HC-130 (not shown) rescue aircraft to attempt to drop pararescue specialists to a simulated F-16, crash site and wounded pilot (Crash site and pilot not shown). Desert Rescue is a premiere joint rescue exercise that facilitates improved search and rescue techniques for over 140 participants

Straight on medium close-up shot at nighttime through a Starlight System as US Air Force Life Support Instructor, MASTER Sergeant Dan P. Svymbersky, simulates an F-18 pilot that has been shot down. He is attempting contact with search and rescue forces using his PRC-112 radio. Desert Rescue is the premiere SAR (Search and Rescue) training conducted at the ranges of Fallon Naval Air Station, Nevada. This mission is indirect support of Exercise Desert Rescue VIII

Straight on medium close-up shot at nighttime through a Starlight System as a US Air Force MASTER Sergeant Dan P. Svymbersky, left Life Support Instuctor assigned to the 182nd Airlift Wing, Illinois, Air National Guard, Peoria, Illinois and Aviation Warfare Systems Operator (AW2) Brian L. Toman, right assigned to the Naval Strike and Air Warfare Center, NAS Fallon, Nevada review survivor radio transmission techniques. Desert Rescue is a Joint Service Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR) exercise designed to fully integrate planning and execution of both immediate and dedicated missions

Left and right side profiles, medium close-up shot at nighttime, through a Starlight System as US Air Force Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape (S.E.R.E.) Instructor SENIOR AIRMAN Chris R. Flamm of the 22nd Training Squadron, Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington (left), attempts to contact search and rescue (SAR), forces with his "buzzsaw", an infrared nightstick attached to parachute cord as Life Support Instructor MASTER Sergeant Dan P. Svymbersky, is attempting to contact Search And Rescue (SAR), forces using his PRC-112 radio. Desert Rescue is the premiere Search And Rescue (SAR), training conducted at the ranges of Fallon Naval Air Station, Nevada

Left side profile, medium close-up shot from a low angle, looking up at a US Navy HH-60 Seahawk helicopter assigned to Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron-Wing Pacific, lifts off the ground and provides cover fire with a .50 caliber machine gun as an aid to escape, completing another successful rescue operation. Desert Rescue is the premiere Search And Rescue (SAR), training conducted at the ranges of Fallon Naval Air Station, Nevada

Straight on medium close-up shot of a Russian made Hind Mi-24 helicopter from the Army Test and Evaluation Center, Threat Support Activity, Las Vegas, Nevada, passes over on the way to provide simulated hostile threats to Combat Search and Rescue operations during Desert Rescue. Desert Rescue is a Joint Service Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR), exercise designed to fully integrate planning and execution of both immediate and dedicated missions

Left side profile, medium close-up shot as US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN James Goyet instructs Combat Camera personnel in land navigation skills, Thursday, March 2, 2000. SRA Goyet is an adjunct instructor with the Air Mobility Warfare Center, Fort Dix, New Jersey, assigned to the 305th Operations Support Squadron, Fort Dix, New Jersey. This mission is in direct support of Exercise Phoenix Readiness

Right side front view, medium close-up shot as US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN James Goyet instructs Combat Camera personnel in land navigation skills, Thursday, March 2,2000. SRA Goyet is assigned to the 305th Operations Support Squadron, Fort Dix, New Jersey, is an adjunct instructor for the Air Mobility Warfare Center. This mission is in direct support of Exercise Phoenix Readiness

Straight on medium close-up shot as US Air Force AIRMAN First Class Dawn Anderson tries to find her grid coordinate on a map during the Land Navigation course, Thursday, March 2, 2000. A1C Anderson is assigned to the 1ST Combat Camera Squadron, Charleston AFB, South Carolina, and deployed to the Air Mobility Warfare Center, Fort Dix, New Jersey, for the Phoenix Readiness Combat Course

Straight on medium close-up shot from the waist up as Technical Sergeant Frederick Villareal, a "Raven Team" security specialist assigned to McGuire Air Force Base, New Jersey, prepares force protection equipment prior to the C-17A Globemaster III aircraft, arrival at Hoedspruit AFB, South Africa. The C-17A will be the first of several flights that will arrive throughout the following weeks to bring helicopters and military personnel (equipment and personnel not shown) to assist with search and rescue and with the distribution of relief supplies in Mozambique for "Operation Atlas Response."

Straight on medium close-up shot as US Air Force AIRMAN First Class Melody Collard, departs the landing zone after documenting a Marine CH-53 "Super Sea Stallion" deploy a fast rope team, Sunday, March 5, 2000. A1C Collard is assigned to the1st Combat Camera Squadron, Charleston AFB, South Carolina, and is deployed to the Air Mobility Warfare Center, Fort Dix, New Jersey, for the Phoenix Readiness Combat Course

Straight on medium close-up shot as US Air Force 2nd Lieutenant Mikie Keck prepares to inprocess at the field training exercise, Sunday, March 5, 2000. 2LT Keck is assigned to the 1ST Combat Camera Squadron, Charleston AFB, South Carolina, and deployed to the Air Mobility Warfare Center, Fort Dix, New Jersey, for the Phoenix Readiness Combat Course

Interior straight on medium close-up shot as USAF Technical Sergeant Fred Hall, a C-130 loadmaster from the 37th Airlift Squadron, 86th Airlift Wing, Ramstein Air Base, Germany, checks aircraft weight and balance prior to departing Hoedspruit Air Force Base, South Africa, to deliver U.S. personnel (cargo and personnel not shown) and supplies to Beira, Mozambique, during Operation Atlas Response. The U.S. aircraft are deployed to South Africa to provide humanitarian relief to the people (not shown) forced from their homes in the flooded regions of Mozambique

Straight on medium close-up shot as from left to right, US Air Force Captain Rob Pata, Officer in charge of Logistics Plans, from 3rd Air Force, Captain Virgil Garrett, Comptroller, from the 100th Comptroller Squadron and Technical Sergeant Mike Young, Non- Commisioned Officer in Charge of Supply, 100th Supply Squadron, all of Royal Air Force Mildenhall, United Kingdom, work various items while deployed to Air Force Base Hoedspruit, South Africa. Their team is deployed to South Africa in support of Operation Atlas Response

ALARM YELLOW! Don your helmets and seek shelter! These were the shouts during an exercise during the 30th Space Wing Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI). A 30th Space Wing, Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, fire fighter lies in prone position in a straight on medium close-up shot

Straight on medium close-up shot as US Air Force STAFF Sergeant Scott Lodge connects a weapons test set to an AGM-154A Joint Stand-off Weapon (JSOW). SSGT Lodge is a Munitions System specialists assigned to the 20th Equipment Maintenance Squadron, at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina. The 20th Fighter Wing at Shaw Air Force Base, is the first Air Force F-16 unit to implement the Joint Stand-off Weapon (JSOW) system. Munition system personnel at Shaw Air Force Base, are currently being certified on the new weapons system

Left side rear view, medium close-up shot from a high angle, looking down as US Air Force Technical Sergeant Daniel McLean (left) and STAFF Sergeant Scott Lodge demonstrate programming and testing of the AGM-154A Joint Stand-off Weapon (JSOW), while the weapon is still inside the storage container. According to SSGT McLean, the ability to test and program the weapon while stored inside the sealed containers will prevent corrosion and damage as well as saving many hours of maintenance time. SSGT McLean and SSGT Lodge are both Munitions System specialists assigned to the 20th Equipment Maintenance Squadron at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina. The 20th Fighter Wing at Shaw Air Force Base...

Straight on medium close-up shot as US Air Force SRA Jason Harayda and SRA Clint Boyett of the 605 Aircraft Generation Squadron, McGuire Air Force Base, New Jersey, perform a foreign object damage check before the pre-flight maintenance inspection at Pope Air Force Base on May 7, 2000 during the Rodeo 2000 readiness competition. During the one week competition, more than 100 teams and 2,500 personnel from over 300 Air Force, Air Force Reserve, Air National Guard, U.S. Army units, and foreign nations will compete in airdrops, cargo loading, refueling, pre-flight, combat endurance, combat tactics, as well as other air and ground operations (Army units, foreign nations, airdrops, cargo ...

Staright on medium close-up shot from left to right as US Air Force SSGT Lew Holston, LTC Dan Weekes, and MAJ Phil Iannuzzi of the 305 Air Mobility Wing, McGuire AFB, New Jersey, prepare the 6 Airlift Squadron's flag before the Rodeo 2000 opening ceremony at Pope Air Force Base on May 7, 2000 during the Rodeo 2000 readiness competition. During the one week competition, more than 100 teams and 2,500 personnel from over 300 Air Force, Air Force Reserve, Air National Guard, U.S. Army units, and foreign nations will compete in airdrops, cargo loading, refueling, pre-flight, combat endurance, combat tactics, as well as other air and ground operations (Army units, foreign nations, airdrops, ...

Straight on medium close-up shot of US Air Force AIRMAN First Class Andrew Silkworth of the 305 Aerial Port Squadron, McGuire AFB, New Jersey, after the engine running onload/offload event on May 10, 2000 during the Rodeo 2000 readiness competition. During the one week competition, more than 100 teams and 2,500 personnel from over 300 Air Force, Air Force Reserve, Air National Guard, U.S. Army units, and foreign nations will compete in airdrops, cargo loading, refueling, pre-flight, combat endurance, combat tactics, as well as other air and ground operations (Air Force Reserve, Air National Guard, US Army units, foreign nations, air drops, refueling, pre-flight, combat endurance, combat ...

Straight on medium close-up shot as US Air Force First Lieutenant Albert Allard (Left), MASTER Sergeant Julian Hamlin (Center), and STAFF Sergeantt James Natson (Right) of the 605 Aircraft Generation Squadron, McGuire AFB, New Jersey after winning the KC-10 Extender maintenance pre-flight (KC-10 not shown) event at the awards ceremony on May 11, 2000 during the Rodeo 2000 readiness competition at Pope AFB. During the one week competition, more than 100 teams and 2,500 personnel from over 300 Air Force, Air Force Reserve, Air National Guard, U.S. Army units, and foreign nations will compete in airdrops, cargo loading, refueling, pre-flight, combat endurance, combat tactics, as well as ...

Straight on medium close-up shot as US Air FOrce General Charles T. Robertson Jr. (Left), Commander of the Air Mobility Command, presents a Rodeo trophy to MAJ General Silas R. Johnson Jr. of the Air Mobility Warfare Center, Ft. Dix, New Jersey, during the awards ceremony on May 11, 2000 during the Rodeo 2000 readiness competition at Pope AFB. During the one week competition, more than 100 teams and 2,500 personnel from over 300 Air Force, Air Force Reserve, Air National Guard, U.S. Army units, and foreign nations will compete in airdrops, cargo loading, refueling, pre-flight, combat endurance, combat tactics, as well as other air and ground operations (Air Force Reserve, Air National ...

Straight on medium close-up shot as US Air Force Major Phil Iannuzzi accepts the trophy for McGuire AFB, NJ for Best Overall KC-10 Maintenance during the Rodeo 2000 closing ceremony on May 12, 2000. During the one week competition, more than 100 teams and 2,500 personnel from over 300 Air Force, Air Force Reserve, Air National Guard, U.S. Army units, and foreign nations will compete in airdrops, cargo loading, refueling, pre-flight, combat endurance, combat tactics, as well as other air and ground operations (Air Force Reserve, Air National Guard, US Army units, foreign nations, air drops, cargo loading, refueling, pre-flight, combat endurance, combat tactics, air and ground operations ...

Straight on medium close-up shot as US Air Force STAFF Sergeant Lisa Quintania of the 302 Security Forces Squadron, Peterson AFB, Colorado, defends a remote airbase on Fort Dix, New Jersey during the Phoenix Readiness Course. SSGT Quintania holds a M16 rifle in her right hand while holding a mobile radio handset to her left ear with her left hand. The course is designed to train Air Force personnel in Air Mobility contingency operations. This includes setting up defensive positions in remote locations worldwide. The mission of the 421st Ground Combat Readiness Squadron, Air Mobility Warfare Center, Fort Dix, is to formulate doctrine and develop tactics. The 421 GCRS standardizes training...

Straight on medium close-up shot as US Air Force AIRMAN First Class Rick Mayo, 31st Civil Engineering Squadron, Aviano Air Base, Italy, practice on Explosive Removal Tactics. Members of the Explosive Ordinance Disposal Flight train regularly to stay proficient. A1C Mayo is seen crouching down next to a robotic EOD retrieval device. This mission is in direct support of Operation Joint Guard

Straight on medium close-up shot as US Air Force SENIOR MASTER Sergeant Tim Bosch (Right), Deputy Fire CHIEF, Hickam Air Force Base, Hawaii, demonstrates emergency medical technician skills with the help of medical technician,SENIOR AIRMAN Joseph Marsilio. SMSGT Bosch was selected as one of the United States Air Force 12 Oustanding Airmen for 1999

Straight on medium close-up shot as US Air Force Technical Sergeant Max Rentfrow from the 37th Airlift Squadron Ramstien Air Base Germany plans the take off and landings for Operation Rapid Resolve II, a show of force exersise in Bosnia, 17 July 00

Straight on medium close-up shot as US Air Force Major Jeffrey W. Kelly from detachment 1, 4th Air Special Operation Group, prepares his gear for Operation Rapid Resolve II, a show of force exersise in Bosnia, 17Jul00

Straight on medium close-up shot as STAFF Sergeant Richard Buczynski of the 48th Security Forces Squadron, 48th Fighter Wing Royal Air Force Lakenheath, United Kingdom mans a M-60 during the 48th FW Local Surety Inspection. The week long exercise hones the 48th FW emergency response actions, and helps them practice for a upcoming major command inspection

Straight on medium close-up shot as US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Michael Thomas, acting in the role of Traffic Management, reaches for a plane ticket to print. SRA Thomas, 731st Munitions Support Squadron is a supply troop at Araxos Air Base, Greece

Straight on medium close-up shot as US Air Force Technical Sergeant Robert Farley (right) Medical Technician with the 731st Munitions Support Squadron gives a check up to MASTER Sergeant David Mcguire. Two Med Techs are assigned to the 731st Munitions Support Squadron at Araxos Air Base, Greece

Straight on medium close-up shot as US Army Sergeant Jeremy Cowham, Jumpmaster and his fellow paratroopers of the 1ST of the 508th Infantry Airborne Battalion Combat Team (ABCT), 173rd Airborne Brigade, from Vicenza, Italy, wait onboard a US Air Force C-130 Hercules from the 37th Airlift Squadron, Ramstein Air Base, Germany, as they prepare to drop into Bunker Drop Zone at Grafenwohr, Germany for Lion Drop 12 on 09 August 2000

Straight on medium close-up shot from a high angle looking down as US Army troops from the 1ST of the 508th Infantry Airborne Battalion Combat Team (ABCT), 173rd Airborne Brigade, from Vicenza, Italy, jump from a US Air Force C-130 Hercules from the 37th Airlift Squadron, Ramstein Air Base, Germany, as they drop into Bunker Drop Zone at Grafenwohr, Germany for Lion Drop 12 on 09 August 2000

Straight on medium close-up shot from a high angle looking down as US Army troops from the 1ST of the 508th Infantry Airborne Battalion Combat Team (ABCT), 173rd Airborne Brigade, from Vicenza, Italy, jump from a US Air Force C-130 Hercules from the 37th Airlift Squadron, Ramstein Air Base, Germany, as they drop into Bunker Drop Zone at Grafenwohr, Germany for Lion Drop 12 on 09 August 2000

Straight on medium close-up shot of Seth Kilkelly son of US Air Force STAFF Sergeant Steven Kilkelly (not shown), 831st Logistics Flight Ghedi Air Base, Italy enjoys a book in the new Library. The Library was just given funding to buy new bookshelves in June 2000

Straight on medium close-up shot as CHIEF MASTER Sergeant A. Thodas, an aircraft mechanic from the Hellenic (Greek) Air Force, 114th Composite Group, 331st Tactical Fighter Wing, Greece, signs for fuel recieved from Technical Sergeant Cal Garlock of the 124th Logistics Squadron, Air National Guard from Idaho, supporting the 31st Supply Squadron. The Hellenic unit is at Aviano Air Base, to train with the 510th Fighter Squadron. The Mirages (not shown) provide valuable dissimilar training allowing 510th Fighter pilots the opportunity to train against other types of aircraft. (Duplicate image, see also DF-SD-01-06170 or search 000816-F-4728F-008)

Straight on, medium close-up shot of US Army Sergeant First Class James Graves as he blows gun smoke from the barrels of his shotgun during the Men's Skeet Qualification on Friday, September 22nd, 2000, at the Sydney Olympic games

Right side profile, medium close-up shot of the breach on the rifle of US Army Sergeant Michael Schmidt. SGT Schmidt, a member of the US Army Marksmanship Unit at Fort Benning, Georgia, awaits more shotgun rounds during a pause in the Men's Skeet Qualification on Friday, September 22nd, 2000, during the Sydney Olympic games

Rear view, medium close-up shot of US Army Sergeant Michael Schmidt as he rests his shotgun over his shoulder during a break in the action at the Men's Skeet Qualification on Friday, September 22nd, 2000, at the Sydney Olympic games. SGT Schmidt is a member of the US Army Marksmanship Unit at Fort Benning, Georgia

Straight on, medium close-up shot of US Army SPECIALIST Chad SENIOR as he works out in the pool in Sydney, Australia in preparation for the Modern Pentathlon, on September 30th, 2000 during the Sydney Olympic games. SPC SENIOR is from the US Army's World Class Athlete Program

Left side profile, medium close-up shot, of US Army SPECIALIST Dawn Burrell during the Women's Long Jump competition at the 2000 Olympic games in Sydney, Australia, on September 27th, 2000. SPC Burrell is a member of the US Army's World Class Athlete Program

Straight on, medium close-up shot of US Army SPECIALIST Chad SENIOR as he celebrates a win over an opponent (Not shown) at the fencing venue during the Modern Pentathlon at the Olympic Park in Sydney on Saturday September 30th, 2000. SPC SENIOR comes to the 2000 Sydney Olympic games by way of the US Army's World Class Athlete Program

Straight on, rear view, medium close-up shot of US Army SPECIALIST Chad SENIOR as he fires on a target (Not shown) at the shooting venue during the Modern Pentathlon at the Olympic park on Saturday September 30th, 2000 during the Sydney Olympic games. SPC SENIOR is from the US Army's World Class Athlete Program

Straight on, medium close-up shot of US Army SPECIALIST Chad SENIOR as he engages an opponent at the fencing venue during the Modern Pentathlon at the Olympic Park on Saturday September 30th, 2000 at the Sydney Olympic games. SPC SENIOR is from the US Army's World Class Athlete Program

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