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Isfandiyâr rides through the Tûrânian encirclement to the mountain where Gushtâsp and his army are beleaguered.

Otto von Wittelsbach Liberates the Army from a Mountain Pass near Verona

[Unidentified soldiers of 5th Ohio Cavalry Company with horses and mountain howitzer]

[Mountain howitzer of the 5th Ohio Cavalry Company]

Map[s] exhibiting part of the operations of the Army of Virginia under the command of Major General John Pope. Battlefield of Cedar Mountain, Aug. 9th 1862. The positions of the troops on the night of Aug. 27th and at sunset Aug. 28th 1862, and the battlefield of Manassas, Va. at the close of the action on the 29th of Aug. 1862

Mountain Army Department, Thursday, June 05, 1862 (Circular)

[Union troops on rocks climbing to the summit of Lookout Mountain] / J.B. Linn & Co., photographers, Point Lookout, Lookout Mountain, Tenn.

South Mountain showing the positions of the forces of the United States and the enemy during the battle fought by the Army of the Potomac under the command of Major General G. B. McClellan, Sept. 14th 1862

[South Mountain showing the positions of the forces of the United States and the enemy during the battle fought by the Army of the Potomac under the command of Major General G. B. McClellan, Sept. 14th 1862. Am.

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Austria's Mountain troops

[U.S. Army Punitive Expedition after Villa, 1916, near Namiquipa, Mexico: Co. A of the 6th Infantry coming into camp and mountain battery]

[U.S. Army Punitive Expedition after Villa, Mexico: Battery "C" of the 4th Field Artillery, Mountain Battery holding a drill, with horses and mules]

A remarkable photograph made at U.S. Rifle Range, Glassy Mountain showing where bullets strike ground at the dark targets

Major F.L. Martin, who left Wash. as Commander of the Army's round-the-world flight and who nearly lost his life when his plane smashed into a mountain of Aleutian Range, reported June 3rd to Gen. Mason M. Patrick, chief of the Army Air Service. Following the meeting they both called on Secy. of War Weeks, center. Left to rt.: Maj. Martin, Secy. Weeks, and Gen. Patrick

Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Muleteers and cannoneers rolled in one, the men of Battery C, 26th Battalion, Field Artillery Replacement Training Center, consider the most impossible terrain part of the day's work. With their guns and auxiliary equipment slung on the backs of army mules, they break through thick forests, ford streams, and scale mountain ranges. Their job is to go where mechanized and horse-drawn artillery can't go

Somewhere in the Persian corridor. A United States Army truck convoy carrying supplies for Russia putting on chains as the convoy is about to enter a dangerous mountain passage

Somewhere in the Persian corridor. A United States Army truck convoy carrying supplies for the aid of Russia. This truck is heading right to the clouds as it passes through a risky mountain pass

Somewhere in the Persian corridor. A United States Army truck convoy carrying supplies for the aid of Russia. Part of the convoy pulling up a mountain road. The convoy leader in a jeep at the left

Somewhere in the Persian corridor. A United States Army truck convoy carrying supplies for Russia climbing a mountain road

Somewhere in the Persian corridor. A United States Army truck convoy carrying supplies for Russia. Snow covered trucks start pushing through the mountain passes of Iran

Somewhere in the Persian corridor. United States Army trucks carrying supplies for the aid of Russia. American truck convoy in one-way snowbound mountain pass must get by this disabled truck which is risky on a slippery climb

Castel Mola (vicinity), Sicily. A mountain and sea view to be seen from the castle. One of the peacetime attractions visited by the British Eighth Army on their day off

Somewhere in the Persian corridor. A United States Army truck convoy carrying supplies for Russia climbing a snowbound mountain pass being cleared by Iranian road workers who are fighting to keep the road open

Somewhere in the Persian corridor. A United States Army truck convoy carrying supplies for the aid of Russia climbing a mountain road over the Iranian mountains

Somewhere in the Persian corridor. A United States Army truck convoy carrying supplies for Russia on a ledge of a rocky mountain

Somewhere in the Persian corridor. A United States Army truck convoy carrying supplies for Russia winding around a gorge in the mountain pass

A United States Army truck convoy carrying supplies for Russia climbing a snowbound mountain pass somewhere in the Persian corridor. Iranian road workers struggle to keep the pass open

Somewhere in the Persian corridor. A United States Army truck convoy carrying supplies for the aid of Russia. An Iranian native moving his livestock from the mountain road as a United States truck passes

Somewhere in the Persian corridor. A United States Army truck convoy carrying supplies for Russia. Truck drivers standing around a fire after the tough drive through a snowbound mountain pass

Somewhere on the Persian corridor. A United States Army truck convoy carrying supplies for the aid of Russia on a mountain road

Somewhere in the Persian corridor. A United States Army truck convoy carrying supplies for Russia winding around a gorge in the mountain pass

Somewhere in the Persian corridor. A United States Army truck convoy carrying supplies for Russia climbing a winding mountain road

Somewhere on the Persian corridor. A United States Army truck convoy carrying supplies for the aid of Russia on a mountain road

Somewhere in the Persian corridor. A United States Army truck convoy carrying supplies for the aid of Russia. Tightening the loads to the carriers before entering a dangerous, snowbound mountain pass

Somewhere in the Persian corridor. A United States Army truck convoy carrying supplies for Russia moving on the edge of a rocky mountain

Chicago, Illinois. Subsistence research laboratory of the U.S. Army quartermaster depot. Mountain ration. At severe altitudes men loose their taste for solid foods, but still enjoy sweets, fruits, and soups

Somewhere in the Persian corridor. A United States Army truck convoy carrying supplies for the aid of Russia. Tightening the loads to the carriers before entering a dangerous, snowbound mountain pass

Somewhere in the Persian corridor. A United States Army truck convoy carrying supplies for Russia on a ledge of a rocky mountain

Somewhere in the Persian corridor. A United States Army truck convoy carrying supplies for the aid of Russia climbing a mountain road over the Iranian mountains

Somewhere in the Persian corridor. A United States Army truck convoy carrying supplies for Russia on a ledge of a rocky mountain

Somewhere in the Persian corridor. A United States Army truck convoy carrying supplies for the aid of Russia. Truck is shown rounding a turn as it heads for mountain top

Castel Mola (vicinity). Castle on mountain peak over-looking Taormina and the sea. One of the peacetime tourist attractions visited by the British Eighth Army on a day off. Sicily

Somewhere in the Persian corridor. A United States Army truck convoy carrying supplies for the aid of Russia. A truck near the top of the snow-covered mountain making the difficult climb. An Iranian native is leading his livestock on the road

Somewhere in the Persian corridor. A United States Army truck convoy carrying supplies for the aid of Russia making a risky climb over a mountain pass

Somewhere in the Persian corridor. A United States Army truck convoy carrying supplies for Russia on a mountain road which winds along the mountainside with a sheer drop into the gorge on one side

Somewhere in the Persian corridor. A United States Army truck convoy carrying supplies for Russia going through a pass over the snowbound mountain top

Somewhere in the Persian corridor. A United States Army truck convoy carrying supplies for Russia on a mountain road which winds along the mountainside with a sheer drop into the gorge on one side

Somewhere in the Persian corridor. A United States Army truck convoy carrying supplies for the aid of Russia winding its way around a gorge over a mountain pass

Somewhere in the Persian corridor. A United States Army truck convoy carrying supplies for Russia. Trucks are rounding a mountain peak. Iranian workmen who keep the road open are standing aside as the trucks move through the snow-covered pass

Somewhere in the Persian corridor. A United States Army truck convoy carrying supplies for the aid of Russia. An Iranian native moving his livestock from the mountain road as a United States truck passes

Somewhere in the Persian corridor. A United States Army truck convoy carrying supplies for the aid of Russia. Just below the top of the mountain climbing the steep grade

Somewhere in the Persian corridor. A United States Army truck convoy carrying supplies for Russia climbing a mountain road

Somewhere in the Persian corridor. A United States Army truck convoy carrying supplies for Russia rounding a difficult turn on the snow-covered pass at the top of a mountain. Iranian workmen who keep the road open are standing aside to allow the trucks to move on

U.S. Army soldiers scale a mountain during a field training exercise

A US Army soldier scales a mountain during a field training exercise

Army personnel rappel down the face of a mountain with a stretcher-borne soldier during a rescue training exercise

Heraldic Band Regalia: Mace, (Front), 10th Mountain Division Band OFFICIAL U.S. ARMY PHOTO (RELEASED)

Artwork: "Mountain Scene, West Caucasus" 1942. Artist: Otto Meister. Catalog Number: G.W.1.4681.47. US Army Art Collection

Army Rangers armed with M16A1 rifles patrol the face of a mountain during Exercise QUICK FORCE 84-3

Senator Robert Dole, R-Kansas, and Secretary of the Army John O. Marsh Jr. review the troops during the activation ceremony for the 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry)

Secretary of the Army John O. Marsh Jr., addresses guests during the activation ceremony for the 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry)

Senator Robert Dole, R-Kansas, and Secretary of the Army John O. Marsh Jr. review the troops during the activation ceremony for the 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry)

Secretary of the Army John O. Marsh Jr. participate in the activation ceremony for the 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry)

Residents of a mountain village receive medical attention from US Army personnel participating in the medical readiness training Exercise MEDRETE'85

Artwork: "Mountain View," China 1945. Artist: John G. Hanlen. US Army Art Collection

A soldier of the 227th Engineer Battalion, Hawaii Army National Guard, attached to the 1ST Battalion, 14th Infantry Division, 25th Infantry Division, Advances a mountain pass armed with an M60 machine gun during the joint US/South Korean Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '86

Members of 3rd Bn., 25th Assault Helicopter Bde., 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry) load a UH-1H Iroquois helicopter aboard an Air Froce C-130 Hercules aircraft at Wheeler-Sack Army Airfield

A soldier from 2nd Bn., 87th Infantry, 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry), shouts to members of this squad during Army Training and Evaluation Program (ARTEP) maneuvers. The soldiers are wearing multiple integrated laser engagement system (MILES) gear

The crew of an Army National Guard UH-1 Iroquois helicopter waits for the return of a C-130 Hercules aircraft equipped with a modular airborne firefighting system (MAFFS). The helicopter's crew is assisting MAFFS-equipped aircraft in fighting the White Mountain complex fire near Spokane, Wash

Jean B.S. Gerald, United States ambassador to Luxembourg, stands by as a Luxembourg army officer and Lieutenant Colonel Jeffrey Spara, battalion commander of the 1ST Battalion, 22nd Infantry, 10th Mountain Division, admire a plaque presented to the division during exercise REFORGER '90

Kurdish refugees board a U.S. Army CH-47 Chinook helicopter for transfer from their mountain camp to a newly established tent city at Zakhu. The tent city was established as part of Operation Provide Comfort, an Allied effort to aid Kurdish refugees who fled the forces of Saddam Hussein in northern Iraq

Kurdish refugees prepare to board a U.S. Army CH-47 Chinook helicopter for transportation from their mountain camp to a newly established tent city near Zakhu. The tent city was established as part of Operation Provide Comfort, an Allied effort to aid Kurdish refugees who fled the forces of Saddam Hussein in northern Iraq

Kurdish refugees prepare to board a U.S. Army CH-47 Chinook helicopter for transportation from their mountain camp to a tent city near Zakhu. The tent city was established as part of Operation Provide Comfort, an Allied effort to aid Kurdish refugees who fled the forces of Saddam Hussein in northern Iraq

Kurdish refugees put a woman on a litter into a U.S. Army CH-47 Chinook helicopter. The woman, along with other refugees, is being transported from their mountain camp to a newly established tent city at Zakhu. The tent city was established as part of Operation Provide Comfort, an Allied effort to aid Kurdish refugees who fled the forces of Saddam Hussein in northern Iraq

Kurdish refugees board a U.S. Army CH-47 Chinook helicopter for transportation from their mountain camp to a tent city near Zakhu. The tent city was established as part of Operation Provide Comfort, an Allied effort to aid Kurdish refugees who fled the forces of Saddam Hussein in northern Iraq

A Kurdish refugee child guards her ears against the noise as a U.S. Army Chinook helicopter transports her and others from a mountain camp to a tent city near Zakhu. The tent city was established as part of Operation Provide Comfort, an Allied effort to aid refugees who fled the forces of Saddam Hussein in northern Iraq

A Kurdish refugee woman looks out the window of a U.S. Army CH-47 Chinook helicopter as she and other Kurds are transported from a mountain camp to a tent city near Zakhu. The tent city was established as part of Operation Provide Comfort, an Allied effort to aid refugees who fled the forces of Saddam Hussein in northern Iraq

Kurdish refugees sit inside a U.S. Army CH-47 Chinook helicopter as they are transported from a mountain camp to a tent city near Zakhu. The tent city was established as part of Operation Provide Comfort, an Allied effort to aid refugees who fled the forces of Saddam Hussein in northern Iraq

GEN. Gordon R. Sullivan, Army chief of staff, discusses Operation Restore Hope deployment with MAJ. GEN. Steven L. Arnold, commander, 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry)

GEN. Gordon R. Sullivan, Army chief of staff, meets members of the 3rd Bn., 62nd Air Defense Arty., 10th Mountain Div. (Light Infantry). GEN. Gordon is visiting Fort Drum to brief soldiers on their roles in Operation Restore Hope relief efforts in Somalia

GEN. Gordon R. Sullivan, Army chief of staff, promotes James C. Woodall of Headquarters and Headquarters Co., 2nd Bn., 87th Inf. Regt., 10th Mountain Div. (Light Infantry), to the rank of Private 1ST Class. GEN. Sullivan is visiting Fort Drum to brief soldiers on Operation Restore Hope

US Army soldiers from 2nd Brigade, 10th Mountain Division, Fort Drum, NY, disembark from a UH-60 Black Hawk (Blackhawk) helicopter. American and Canadian forces seized the Belet Uen airfield earlier today

US Army soldiers from 2nd Brigade, 10th Mountain Division, Fort Drum, NY, move toward fighting positions after arriving at the Somalian airfield during combat operation. American and Canadian forces seized the airfield earlier today

US Army soldiers from 2nd Brigade, 10th Mountain Division, Fort Drum, NY, watch a US Marine Corps CH-53 Sea Stallion helicopter take off from the Somalian airfield. American and Canadian forces seized the airfield earlier today

Right side profile shot of a US Army UH-60 "Black Hawk" helicopter on the ground at Merca, Somalia. Five Soldiers from the 2nd Brigade, 10th Mountain Division, Fort Drum, New York jump out of the helicopter for the air assault into Merca from Baledogle, Somalia on 31 Dec. 92. This mission is in direct support of Operation Restore Hope

US Army medical personnel from "C" Company, 210 Forward Support Battalion, 10th Mountain Division, Fort Drum, New York, attend to a head wound suffered by a Somali in an auto accident just outside Baledogle. Eight Somali nationals (not shown) were injured in the accident and rushed to the aid station. Four of the most seriously injured were treated by soldiers to stabilized them and then transferred to Mogadishu (not shown). This mission is in direct support of Operation Restore Hope

Right side profile of a Somali man being carried on a stretcher left to right past the camera. US Army medical personnel from "C" Company, 210 Forward Support Battalion, 10th Mountain Division, Fort Drum, New York, carry the victim into the Aid Station for treatment. Eight Somali nationals (not shown) were injured in the accident and rushed to the aid station. Four of the most seriously injured were treated by soldiers to stabilized them and then transferred to Mogadishu (not shown). This mission is in direct support of Operation Restore Hope

Special Envoy to Somalia, Ambassador Robert Oakley, is seen from the chest up, facing the camera and speaking to a group of Somalis over a public address system. Behind him and to the left is US Army BGEN Lawson W. Magruder III, Vice Commander, 10th Mountain Division (Light), in Somalia as the Commander of Combined Task Force Kismayo. Somali civilians stand in the background. This mission is in direct support of Operation Restore Hope

Army CHIEF of STAFF, General Gordon R. Sullivan visits the 10th Mountain Division during Operation Restore Hope. PFC Smith and PFC Cleveland, Alfa Company 1/87th Infantry Division, 10th Mountain Division, Fort Drum, New York, promoted to SPECIALIST (E-4)

GEN. Gordon R. Sullivan, Army CHIEF of STAFF, shakes hands with MAJ. GEN. Stephen Arnold, Commander, 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry), FT Drum, NY, after arriving at the airport

GEN. Gordon R. Sullivan, Army CHIEF of STAFF, listens to a briefing on the Army's status in Somalia. He is flanked by MAJ. GEN. Steven Arnold, Commander of the 10th Mountain Division and the Army Command in country and LT. GEN. J. H. Binford Peay, Deputy CHIEF for Operations

Straight on shot of a US Army 1LT, left, and a Soldier holding a guidon flag for Alpha Company, 41st Engineering Battalion, 10th Mountain Division, Fort Drum, New York. Other Soldiers from the Company stand behind them. They are assembled for the dedication ceremony and opening of the pre-fabricated Baily Bridge named in honor of Sean Devereaux, a UNICEF worker who died while working to feed thousands of starving people in the southern region of Somalia. The bridge is not shown. The bridge was built in direct support of Operation Restore Hope

Four VIPs stand at the end of a pre-fabricated Bailey bridge built by US Army Soldiers from Alpha Company, 41st Engineering Battalion, 10th Mountain Division, Fort Drum, New York. The bridge was dedicated the Sean Devereaux Bridge in memory of the UNICEF worker who died while working to feed thousands of starving people in the southern region of Somalia. Second from the left is US Army MGEN Steven Arnold, Commander, 10th Mountain Division, Fort Drum, New York. Standing at the far right is Special Envoy to Somalia, Ambassador Robert Oakley. The two gentlemen, far left and third from the left are unidentifiable. The bridge was built in direct support of Operation Restore Hope

Low angle shot looking up at US Army PFC Steven Battle holding a M60 Machine Gun in his right arm. He's pointing it in the air. Battle, a 10th Mountain Division Soldier from Rochester, New York, keeps a close watch on a road leading to the intersection he is posted at during a sunset raid on the Somali village of Afgooye. This mission is in direct support of Operation Restore Hope

Two US Army troops from the 10th Mountain Division are shown conducting a night time sweep for weapons in the small Somali village of Afgooye. Some Somali men, women and children are seen at the right. The 10th Mountain Division from Fort Drum, New York, is deployed to Somalia as part of Operation Restore Hope

Medium, night time shot, right side profile, of a US Army Soldier from the 10th Mountain Division pointing an M16 rifle into an enclosure. He checks for weapons during a sweep of the small Somali village of Afgooye. The town is reported to be a haven for weapons and bandits. The 10th Mountain Division from Fort Drum, New York, is deployed to Somalia as part of Operation Restore Hope

Portrait of U.S. Army MAJ. Gen. David C. Meade, (Uncovered), Commander, 10th Mountain Division. (U.S. Army PHOTO by Mr. James E. Jackson) (Released) (PC-192080)

A M998 High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) coming down the ramp to the front entrance of an USAF C-5B Galaxy cargo plane. The US Army personnel connected to the Humvee are from Bravo Company 187th and Headquarters 222nd of the 10th Mountain Division, Fort Drum, New York. They arrived at Mogadishu Airport to reinforce the small contingent of US personnel deployed to Somalia supporting Operation Restore Hope. A Soldier sits atop the HMMWV manning a 40mm MK 19 Grenade launcher

US Army SPECIALIST Michael Boguth, Alpha Company, 2nd of the 14th Infantry Regiment, 10th Mountain Division, Fort Drum, New York, demonstrates one of the four firing positions of a AT-4 (Anti-tank Variation Four); the sitting position. The others are standing, kneeling and another sitting position. The class was given at Range #6 just outside of Mogadishu Airport. Straight on shot of an abandoned and dilapidated building with overturned Soviet trucks inside. The building is located at an abandoned Soviet Base north of Sword Base and is being prepared for destruction. This mission is in direct support of Operation Restore Hope