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National Cathedral interiors. Service members at communion in National Cathedral

National Cathedral interiors. Service members at communion in National Cathedral

Stand-Up Comedian Thomas Dreesen performs for US Army (USA) Soldiers, US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines, and US Navy (USN) Sailors as part of David Letterman's 2004 Happy Holidays visit to Taqaddum, Al Anbar Province, Iraq, to entertain US military service members stationed in Iraq during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

An all service pallbearer squad loads the remains of one of the of 27 service members returned in the largest turnover of MIAs since meetings began with North Vietnam in 1981

An all service pall bearer squad loads the remains of one of 27 missing in action service members onto a bus. The service members were returned in the largest turnover of MIAs since meetings began with North Vietnam in 1981

Military personnel and spectators watch as the remains of 27 service members missing in action are carried from a C-141B Starlifter aircraft. The service members were returned in the largest turnover of MIAs since meetings began with North Vietnam in 198

Military personnel salute and spectators watch as the remains of 27 service members missing in action are carried from a C-141B Starlifter aircraft after being returned in the largest turnover of MIAs since meetings began with North Vietnam in 1981

An Army and Air Force officer render a salute as the remains of 27 service members missing in action are carried from a C-141B Starlifter aircraft after being returned in the largest turnover of MIAs since meetings began with North Vietnam in 1981

Military personnel render a salute as the remains of 27 service members missing in action are brought home after being returned in the largest turnover of MIAs since meetings began with North Vietnam in 1981

The remains of 27 service members missing in action are carried from a C-141B Starlifter aircraft to a bus as an all service color guard displays the colors in the largest turnover of MIAs since meetings began with North Vietnam in 1981

Members of an all service color guard display the colors as the remains of 27 service members missing in action are carried from a C-141B Starlifter aircraft in the largest turnover of MIAs since meetings began with North Vietnam in 1981

Members of an all service color guard display the colors as the remains of 27 service members missing in action are carried from a C-141B Starlifter aircraft in the largest turnover of MIAs since meetings began with North Vietnam in 1981

A view of two sets of frames being developed at Brooks Air Force Base, Texas, for wear inside of a field protective mask by service members who require glasses. The inner set of frames allows the individual to select the most comfortable nose piece

United Service Organizations (USO) entertainers and staff members pause on the brow leading up to the cruise ship Cunard Princess as they come aboard to do a show for service members taking part in Operation Desert Shield. Among the entertainers are Ann Jillian, left, Marie Osmond and Khrystyne Haje, third and fourth from left, and, behind them, two of the Pointer Sisters. The third Pointer sister is standing behind Ann Jillian

Practice Inaugural parade. Service members from the USMC form up as part of the Military Cordon for the 52nd Presidential Inauguration

Practice Inaugural parade. Service members from the USMC form up as part of the military cordon for the Inaugural parade rehearsal

Zachary Fisher is seated in the living room of the newly constructed Fisher House answering questions from the press prior to the dedication ceremony. The Fisher House is for terminally ill service members to live the rest of their lives in comfort with their families. This is the 18th Fisher House

Zachary Fisher fills in the last bricks to complete the Fisher House dedication ceremony. The Fisher House is for terminally ill service members to live the rest of their lives in comfort with their families. This is the 18th Fisher House

Air Force CHIEF of STAFF, General Ronald Fogelman sits in the living room of the new Fisher House during the press conference and dedication ceremony. The house was built by Zachary and Elizabeth Fisher for terminally ill service members and their dependents and is the 18th Fisher House

Zachary Fisher, his wife, Elizabeth and their niece, Doctor Sunnie Kenowsky, walk to the dedication ceremony for the newly constructed Fisher House. The Fisher House is for terminally ill service members to live the rest of their lives in comfort with their families. This is the 18th Fisher House

A front view of the new Fisher House dressed with flags and flowers for the dedication ceremony. The house was built by Zachary and Elizabeth Fisher for terminally ill service members and their dependents and is the 18th Fisher House

Elizabeth and Zachary Fisher and their niece, Dr. Sunnie Kenowsky, and Brigadier General Monroe Sams, 89th Air Wing/Base Commander, are seated in the living room of the newly built Fisher house during the press conference and the 18th Fisher House Dedication. The Fisher House is for terminally ill service members and their dependents

Zachary and Elizabeth Fisher stand together in front of the newly constructed Fisher House after the dedication ceremony. Their niece, Doctor Sunnie Kenowsky, is in the background. Mrs. Fisher wears an honorary colonel uniform. The Fisher House is for terminally ill service members to live the rest of their lives in comfort with their families. This is the 18th Fisher House

A front view of the new Fisher House dressed with flags and flowers for the dedication ceremony. The house was built by Zachary and Elizabeth Fisher for terminally ill service members and their dependents and is the 18th Fisher House

Elizabeth and Zachary Fisher are seated in the living room of the newly built Fisher house during the press conference and Fisher House Dedication. Mrs. Fisher is dressed in and honorary colonels uniform. The Fisher House is for terminally ill service members and their dependents

Elizabeth and Zachary Fisher walk from the new Fisher House, escorted by an Air Force Captain, to the dedication area. This is the 18th Fisher House for terminally ill service members and their dependents

Zachary and Elizabeth Fisher are seated in the living room of the newly constructed Fisher House answering questions from the press prior to the dedication ceremony. Mrs. Fisher wears an honorary colonel uniform. The Fisher House is for terminally ill service members to live the rest of their lives in comfort with their families. This is the 18th Fisher House

A void of bricks to the newly constructed Fisher House remain for Mr. Fisher to fill in as part of the dedication ceremony. The Fisher House is for terminally ill service members to live the rest of their lives in comfort with their families. This is the 18th Fisher House

A sculptured bust of Elizabeth and Zachary Fisher and the dedication plaque at the new Fisher House which they built for terminally ill service members and their dependents. This is the 18th such Fisher House

The ribbon is cut at the dedication ceremony for the newly constructed Fisher House by, left to right, Robert Rosen (builder), Sunnie Kenowsky (the Fishers niece), Mrs. Elizabeth Fisher and Mr. Zachary Fisher. The Fisher House is for terminally ill service members to live the rest of their lives in comfort with their families. This is the 18th Fisher House

General Ronald R. Fogelman, Air Force CHIEF of STAFF, exits the newly constructed Fisher House on his way to the dedication ceremony. The Fisher House was built by Zachary and Elizabeth Fisher for terminally ill service members to live the rest of their lives in comfort with their families. This is the 18th Fisher House

Cuban migrants and Marines in Camp Kilo gather around to sing songs and play games. The Marines and other service members try to interact with the migrants as much as possible. They try to build trust among the migrants and to let them know that they are just doing their jobs and trying to help them as best they can

President Williams Jefferson Clinton address a crowd of more than 8,500 Veterans, military service members and civilians during the National Ceremony Commemorating the end of World War II, held in Hawaii on V-J Day. From AIRMAN Magazine December 1995 article "Freeing the Soul"

United States Forces Japan (USFJ) Army MAJ Daniel Baggio looks on as Japan Ground Self Defense Force's (JGSDF) LTCOL Seijiro Kiyomichi monitors actions while testing the Joint Theater Level Simulation (JTLS) system at Yokota Air Base, Japan. Service members from USFJ and JSDF will be conducting a joint/bilateral command post exercise, Keen Edge '96, at U.S. and Japanese military installations from January 25 until February 2, 1996

The Dracon Barge is used for refueling ships from the shore. This British system was demonstrated to U.S. service members at Onslow Beach

Inverted M16A2 service rifles, serve as representation of the 14 service members who perished in the 10 May, 1996 helicopter accident at Camp Lejeune during CJTFEX 96. The different head gear on top of the rifles shows that helicopter pilots, crewman, infantryman, and a U.S. Army STAFF Sergeant, were among those who died. This photo was taken during the memorial service

Megan Kusewski is joined by her aunt, Mary K. Evert, as they place flowers on the boots of Megans father, LT. COL. Michael D. Kuszewski, during a memorial service for the 14 service members who perished in a helicopter accident at Camp Lejeune on 10 May, 1996

Against a background of a 60th Air Mobility Wing C-5 Galaxy aircraft, hearses bear flag draped caskets containing the remains of U.S. military service members killed in the Dhahran, Saudi Arabia bombing, at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware on June 27, 1996

Commander Air Mobility Command, General Ronald R. Fogelman, pins a Purple Heart on one of the nineteen caskets containing the remains of U.S. military service members killed in the Dhahran, Saudi Arabia bombing. The June 27, 1996 memorial services are at Dover air Force Base, Delaware

Nineteen flag draped caskets containing the remains of U.S. military service members killed in Dhahran, Saudi, Arabia bombing sit in the Travis AFB, Calif.- 60th Airlift Wing, C-5 Galaxy at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware awaiting removal for a memorial service on June 27th 1996

Members of the 4404th Operation Support Group pray for the victims, during a memorial ceremony to remember the victims of the June 25 bombing at the Khobar Towers complex. Nineteen U.S. service members were killed and many others were injured in the bombing of the billeting facility in Dhahran

In a hangar, the base honor guard surround a table displaying an American flag, a United States military desert camouflage uniform, and a Holy Bible during a memorial ceremony to remember the victims of the June 25 bombing at the Khobar Towers complex. Nineteen U.S. service members were killed and many others were injured in the bombing of the billeting facility in Dhahran

In a hangar, a table with an American flag, a United States military desert camouflage uniform, and the Holy Bible are displayed on a table, during a memorial ceremony to remember the victims of the June 25 bombing at the Khobar Towers complex. Nineteen U.S. service members were killed and many others were injured in the bombing of the billeting facility in Dhahran

In a hangar, the base chaplain addresses the congregation and offers a prayer during a memorial ceremony to remember the victims of the June 25 bombing at the Khobar Towers complex. Nineteen U.S. service members were killed and many others were injured in the bombing of the billeting facility in Dhahran

An overall view of the north side of the building that was severely bomb damaged in the Khobar Towers complex. The explosion of a fuel truck set off by terrorists at 2:55 p.m. EDT, Tuesday, June 25, 1996, outside the northern fence of the Khobar Towers complex near King Abdul Aziz Air Base, killed 19 and injured over 260. The facility housed U.S. service members and served as the headquarters for the 4404th Wing (Provisional), Southwest Asia

An overall view of the north side of the building that was severely bomb damaged in the Khobar Towers complex. The explosion of a fuel truck set off by terrorists at 2:55 p.m. EDT, Tuesday, June 25, 1996, outside the northern fence of the Khobar Towers complex near King Abdul Aziz Air Base, killed 19 and injured over 260. The facility housed U.S. service members and served as the headquarters for the 4404th Wing (Provisional), Southwest Asia

An overall view of the north side of the building that was severely bomb damaged in the Khobar Towers complex. The explosion of a fuel truck set off by terrorists at 2:55 p.m. EDT, Tuesday, June 25, 1996, outside the northern fence of the Khobar Towers complex near King Abdul Aziz Air Base, killed 19 and injured over 260. The facility housed U.S. service members and served as the headquarters for the 4404th Wing (Provisional), Southwest Asia

Some of the bomb damaged vehicles, High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles (HMMWV), van and trucks, lined up near the Khobar Towers complex. The explosion of a fuel truck set off by terrorists at 2:55 p.m. EDT, Tuesday, June 25, 1996, outside the northern fence of the Khobar Towers complex near King Abdul Aziz Air Base, killed 19 and injured over 260. The facility housed U.S. service members and served as the headquarters for the 4404th Wing (Provisional), Southwest Asia

In a hangar, at the podium and with other VIPs seated behind him, Secretary of Defense William Perry talks to and answers questions from U.S. military personnel about the June 25 bombing at the Khobar Towers complex. Nineteen U.S. service members were killed and many others were injured in the bombing of the billeting facility in Dhahran

The bomb damaged side of the Khobar Towers building with damaged items laid out in the foreground. The explosion of a fuel truck set off by terrorists at 2:55 p.m. EDT, Tuesday, June 25, 1996, outside the northern fence of the Khobar Towers complex near King Abdul Aziz Air Base, killed 19 and injured over 260. The facility housed U.S. service members and served as the headquarters for the 4404th Wing (Provisional), Southwest Asia

A sign marks the entrance of the Khobar Towers complex. The explosion of a fuel truck set off by terrorists at 2:55 p.m. EDT, Tuesday, June 25, 1996, outside the northern fence of the Khobar Towers complex near King Abdul Aziz Air Base, killed 19 and injured over 260. The facility housed U.S. service members and served as the headquarters for the 4404th Wing (Provisional), Southwest Asia

The severely bomb damaged north side of the building in the Khobar Towers complex, with the bomb crater in the foreground. The explosion of a fuel truck set off by terrorists at 2:55 p.m. EDT, Tuesday, June 25, 1996, outside the northern fence of the Khobar Towers complex near King Abdul Aziz Air Base, killed 19 and injured over 260. The facility housed U.S. service members and served as the headquarters for the 4404th Wing (Provisional), Southwest Asia

The facade of the undamaged side of the severely bomb damaged building in the Khobar Towers complex. The explosion of a fuel truck set off by terrorists at 2:55 p.m. EDT, Tuesday, June 25, 1996, outside the northern fence of the Khobar Towers complex near King Abdul Aziz Air Base, killed 19 and injured over 260. The facility housed U.S. service members and served as the headquarters for the 4404th Wing (Provisional), Southwest Asia

A view of the east side of the building that was severely bomb damaged in the Khobar Towers complex. The explosion of a fuel truck set off by terrorists at 2:55 p.m. EDT, Tuesday, June 25, 1996, outside the northern fence of the Khobar Towers complex near King Abdul Aziz Air Base, killed 19 and injured over 260. The facility housed U.S. service members and served as the headquarters for the 4404th Wing (Provisional), Southwest Asia

A medium view of the building that was severely bomb damaged in the Khobar Towers complex. The explosion of a fuel truck set off by terrorists at 2:55 p.m. EDT, Tuesday, June 25, 1996, outside the northern fence of the Khobar Towers complex near King Abdul Aziz Air Base, killed 19 and injured over 260. The facility housed U.S. service members and served as the headquarters for the 4404th Wing (Provisional), Southwest Asia

Two American flags once owned by one of the victims of the Khobar Towers complex bombing. The explosion of a fuel truck set off by terrorists at 2:55 p.m. EDT, Tuesday, June 25, 1996, outside the northern fence of the Khobar Towers complex near King Abdul Aziz Air Base, killed 19 and injured over 260. The facility housed U.S. service members and served as the headquarters for the 4404th Wing (Provisional), Southwest Asia

The bomb crater in front of the severely bomb damaged north side of the targeted building in the Khobar Towers complex. The explosion of a fuel truck set off by terrorists at 2:55 p.m. EDT, Tuesday, June 25, 1996, outside the northern fence of the Khobar Towers complex near King Abdul Aziz Air Base, killed 19 and injured over 260. The facility housed U.S. service members and served as the headquarters for the 4404th Wing (Provisional), Southwest Asia

Members of the Baltic platoon, which include service members from Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia, enjoy a box lunch, shortly after their arrival at Marine Corps Air Station. This is a United States Atlantic Command sponsored exercise that will be conducted by Marine Forces Atlantic at Camp Lejeune, NC. Under the Partnership for Peace program this exercise will provide interoperability training in peacekeeping and humanitarian operations along NATO/IFOR standards, with an emphasis in individual and collective skills

A close up view of US joint military service members of the Street Cordon as they form up to march into position along the1997 presidential inaugural parade route

LTC James Brown (USA Reserve), 2122nd Garrison Support Unit Chaplain, preaches during a gospel religious service for US service members stationed in IIidza, a suburb of Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, during Operation Joint Guard. Operation Joint Guard is part of Operation Joint Endeavor, which is a peacekeeping effort by a multinational Implementation Force (IFOR), comprised of NATO and non-NATO military forces, deployed to Bosnia in support of the Dayton Peace Accords

LTC Rob Root (USAF), LANDCENT, plays the electric keyboard at a gospel religious service for US service members stationed in IIidza, a suburb of Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, during Operation Joint Guard. Operation Joint Guard is part of Operation Joint Endeavor, which is a peacekeeping effort by a multinational Implementation Force (IFOR), comprised of NATO and non-NATO military forces, deployed to Bosnia in support of the Dayton Peace Accords

Chaplain, Lieutenant Colonel James Brown, US Army Reserve, 2122nd Garrison Support Unit, Fort Meade, Maryland, prays during a gospel service held at Illidza, for U.S. service members stationed in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Operation JOINT GUARD, 2 March 1997

LTC James Brown (USA Reserve), 2122nd Garrison Support Unit Chaplain, leads the singing at a gospel religious service for US service members stationed in IIidza, a suburb of Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, during Operation Joint Guard. Operation Joint Guard is part of Operation Joint Endeavor, which is a peacekeeping effort by a multinational Implementation Force (IFOR), comprised of NATO and non-NATO military forces, deployed to Bosnia in support of the Dayton Peace Accords

MSGT Michael Lassiter (USAF), 52nd Fighter Wing Contracting Squadron, sings a solo at a gospel religious service for US service members held at Zetra Stadium, located in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, during Operation Joint Guard. Operation Joint Guard is part of Operation Joint Endeavor, which is a peacekeeping effort by a multinational Implementation Force (IFOR), comprised of NATO and non-NATO military forces, deployed to Bosnia in support of the Dayton Peace Accords

SFC (USA), 26th Area Support Group Chaplain's Assistant, preaches at a gospel religious service for US service members held at Zetra Stadium, located in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, during Operation Joint Guard. Operation Joint Guard is part of Operation Joint Endeavor, which is a peacekeeping effort by a multinational Implementation Force (IFOR), comprised of NATO and non-NATO military forces, deployed to Bosnia in support of the Dayton Peace Accords

Portrait of DoD Dr. Jector O. Nevarez Director, Administration Commission on Service Members and Veterans Transition Assistance (Uncovered) (U.S. Army PHOTO by Mr. Scott Davis)

SENIOR AIRMAN Seth Mellott, 820th Rapid Engineer Deployable Heavy Operations Repair Squadron Engineering Squadron, Nellis Air Force Base, NV, directs Guyana Defense Force's Lance Corporal Ebbionne Stevens on where to secure the roof joint to the frame of the building. Service members from Red Horse, U.S. Marine Corp and the Guyana Defense Force assigned to Combined Task Force Falcon joined together to rebuild Saint Mary's High School as part of the first combined humanitarian and civic assistance exercise conducted between the United States and Guyana. Military personnel from the Air Force, Air Force Reserve and National Guard, Army, Army National Guard and Marine Corps participated in ...

U.S. Air Force engineers from the 820th Rapid Engineer Deployable Heavy Operations Repair Squadron Engineering Squadron, Nellis Air Force Base, NV, and U.S. Marine Corps combat engineers from Marine Support Squadron 274, Cherry Point, NC use a crane to hoist a Guyana Fire Service fire engine out of a ditch. The service members are part of the first combined humanitarian and civic assistance exercise conducted between the United States and Guyana. Military personnel from the Air Force, Air Force Reserve and National Guard, Army, Army National Guard and Marine Corps participated in the exercise which included engineering and medical readiness training

CAPT William J. Luti, Commanding Officer of the amphibious assault ship USS GUAM (LPH 9), explains some of the ship's navigation equipment to Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen during his visit to the ship. Guam was one of many stops the Cohens made throughout Europe where they celebrated the holidays with some of the over 230,000 service members stationed there

Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen shares breakfast with Quartermaster 1ST Class Michael Howard and other sailors and marines aboard the amphibious assault ship USS GUAM (LPH 9). Cohen and his wife Janet, celebrated the holiday with some of the more than 230,000 service members stationed throughout Europe this Christmas

Military Photographer of the Year Winner 1998Title: Sizing Them UpCategory: NewsPlace: Second Place News/Third Place PortfolioA Korean People's Army soldier glares at UNC representatives during a repatriation ceremony at the Panmunjom Joint Security Area, Republic of Korea (ROK) on Nov. 6, 1998. Repatriation of Korean War remains are a result of joint U.S./Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea joint recovery operation within North Korea to locate and return the U.S. service members to their homeland through Panmunjom. Twenty-seven service members have been returned since the joint recovery operation began in 1996

PFC Julian Navarro takes a break to write a letter home. Navarro and approximately 1,500 U.S. service members are participating in INTRINSIC ACTION. The exercise involves U.S. and Kuwaiti armed forces in an effort to strengthen relationships and enhance American forces deployment capabilities. (Duplicate image, see also DD-SD-01-05179)

Private First Class Julian Navaro takes a break in Kabal, Kuwait, to write a letter home. Navaro and approximately 1,500 other U.S. service members (not shown) are in Kabal to participate in exercise INTRINSIC ACTION. The exercise combines U.S. and Kuwaiti armed forces in an effort to strengthen military-to-military relationships, and enhance the U.S. militarys capability to deploy quickly to the region. (Duplicate image, see also DA-SD-99-01493)

Service members wait in line at a dining facility known as the "Hog Rock Cafe," at Ahmed Al Jaber Air Base, Kuwait, during Operation SOUTHERN WATCH 1998

Adjacent to US Army Garrison, Yongsan, Seoul, Republic of Korea, the Korean War Museum attracts service members and civilians to monuments like the one shown

Adjacent to U. S. Army Garrison Yongsan, Seoul, Republic of Korea, the Korean War Museum attracts service members and civilians alike, Oct. 5, 1998. On the display in the back of the museum is armored personnel carriers and artillery pieces

Adjacent to U. S. Army Garrison Yongsan, Seoul, Republic of Korea, the Korean War Museum attracts a crowd of service members and civilians who view memorabila from past Korean wars, Oct. 5,1998. A picture of General McCarthy and a letter written by him toward the end of the Korean war commemorate the United States involvement in Korea

A meat cutter carries freshly cut beef for packaging and consumer sale at the Yongsan Commissary, Yongsan Army Garrison, Seoul, Korea, on Oct. 8, 1998. The Commissary supports thousands of U.S. service members, their dependents and Department of Defense employees from Yongsan Garrison and smaller posts in and around the city of Seoul

A bagger at Yongsan commisary, in Seoul, Korea, assists a customer in getting her groceries to her car on Oct. 8, 1998. The commissary supports thousands of U.S. service members, their dependents and Department of Defense employees from Yongsan Garrison and smaller posts in and around the city of Seoul

A customer weighs asparagus from the fresh produce isle while shopping at the Yongsan Garrison Commissary, Seoul, Korea on Oct. 7, 1998. The Commissary supports thousands of U.S. service members, their dependents and Department of Defense employees from Yongsan Garrison and smaller posts in and around the city of Seoul

The Dragon Hill Lodge at the Yongsan South Army Post, Seoul, Korea, is undergoing construction for an additional 99 rooms on Oct. 13, 1998. The lodge was built using monies spent by service members at Morale, Welfare and Recreation facilities worldwide, and provides comfortable lodging for in transit service members and their families while in Korea

The Dragon Hill Lodge at the Yongsan South Army Post, Seoul, Korea, is undergoing construction for an additional 99 rooms on Oct. 13, 1998. The Lodge was built using monies spent by service members at Morale, Welfare and Recreation facilities worldwide, and provides comfortable lodging for in transit service members and their families while in Korea

The Dragon Hill Lodge at the Yongsan South Army Post, Seoul, Korea, is undergoing construction for an additional 99 rooms on Oct. 13, 1998. The lodge was built using monies spent by service members at Morale, Welfare and Recreation facilities worldwide, and provides comfortable lodging for in transit service members and their families while in Korea

The express isle at Yongsan Garrison in Seoul, Korea, stays busy, Oct. 17, 1998. The commissary supports thousands of US service members, their dependents and Department of Defense employees from Yongsan Garrison and smaller posts in and around the city of Seoul

Eun Abramowich inspects bananas in the fresh produce isle at the Yongsan Commissary, Seoul, Korea, Oct. 17, 1998. The commissary supports thousands of US service members, their dependents and Department of Defense employees from Yongsan Garrison and small posts in and around the city of Seoul

The commissary at the Yongsan Army Garrison in Seoul, Korea, stays busy, Oct. 17, 1998. The commissary supports thousands of U.S. service members, their dependents and Department of Defense employees from Yongsan Garrison and smaller posts in and around the city of Seoul

A commissary employee at the bakery in Yongsan Army Garrison, Seoul, Korea, assists a family in buying a birthday cake on Oct. 17, 1998. The commissary supports thousands of US service members, their dependents and Department of Defense employees from Yongsan Garrison and smaller posts in and around the city of Seoul

SPC Yong Kim 129th Medical detachment and SPC Ann-Marie Stallbawn fill sandbags for a mobile veterinary clinic at Yongsan, Army Garrison, Seoul, Korea, Oct. 20, 1998. The mobile Vet. clinic often attends to service members' pets, during training exercises, to include the present one, Foal Eagle '98

A sign displaying the129th Medical Detachment symbol, is displayed on the front of a mobile veterinary clinic at Yongsan, Army Garrison, Seoul Korea, Oct. 20,1998. The mobile Vet. clinic often attends to service members' pets, during training exercises, to include the present one, Foal Eagle '98

Corporal Tracey Harris, 129th Medical detachment and Sergeant Andrew Plumbtree sedate a cat in a mobile veterinary clinic at Yongsan, Army Garrison, Seoul. The mobile Vet. clinic often attends to service members' pets, during training exercises, to include the present one, Operation JOINT FORGE the Stabilization Force (SFOR) mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina

A working military police dog recovers from minor heat exhaustion, he is watched at a mobile veterinary clinic at Yongsan, Army Garrison, Seoul, Korea, Oct. 20, 1998. The mobile Vet. clinic often attends to service members' pets, during training exercises, to include the present one, Foal Eagle '98

CPT Josheph Novak, 129th Medical Detachment , neuters "Chip", a dog at the mobile veterinary clinic at Yongsan, Army Garrison, Seoul, Korea, Oct. 20, 1998. The mobile Vet. clinic often attends to service members' pets, during training exercises, to include the present one, Foal Eagle '98

SPC Eriberto Leon administers a shot to Prince at a mobile veterinary clinic at Yongsan, Army Garrison, Seoul, Korea, Oct. 21, 1998. The mobile Vet. clinic often attends to service members' pets, during training exercises, to include the present one, Foal Eagle '98

CPT Coward, temporarily attached to the129th Medical Detachment, neuters a golden retriever at a mobile veterinary clinic at Yongsan Army Garrison, Seoul, Korea, Oct. 21, 1998. The mobile Vet. clinic often attends to service members' pets, during training exercises, to include the present one, Foal Eagle '98

SPC Duane Peterson (left) and CPT Jerry Coward, both from 129th Medical Detachment, neuter Pandon a golden retriever at a mobile veterinary clinic at Yongsan, Army Garrison, Seoul, Korea, Oct. 21, 1998. The mobile Vet. clinic often attends to service members' pets, during training exercises, to include the present one, Foal Eagle '98

SPC Eriberto Leon administers a shot to Prince at a mobile veterinary clinic at Yongsan, Army Garrison, Seoul, Korea, Oct. 21, 1998. The mobile Vet. clinic often attends to service members' pets, during training exercises, to include the present one, Foal Eagle '98

The wooden Bivouvacs become a makeshift home for the service members residing on Camp Fairwinds during US Support Group Haiti (USSGH). USSGH is stationed in Port Au Prince, Haiti, in support of Operation UPHOLD DEMOCRACY established to improve the infrastructure and the health of the Haitian population

Military Photographer of the Year Winner 1999 TITLE: "Broken Hearted Man" CATEGORY: Portrait PLACE: Third Place Portrait CAPTION INFORMATION: Bilgen Ozbek uses an umbrella to offset the rain falling at a Turkish "tent city" but he probably wouldn't even notice if he were without the rain blocker: many of his friends and loved ones were killed days earlier in Turkey's killer earthquake. (Service members from all branches helped in recovery efforts) IMAGE FILE #DD-SP-01-00059

US and memorial flags stand in memory of the dead and missing service members at the Vietnam memorial moving wall, MacDill Air Force Base, Florida

Close-up of the Vietnam Memorial moving wall while it was at MacDill Air Force Base, Florida, a small US flag and two carnations were placed in front by an unknown visitor in honor of dead and missing service members of the Vietnam War