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Beirut baptism, 1958

Chaplain (Maj.) Lester E. Burnett, right, Protestant chaplain of Army Task Force 201, baptizes Pfc. David Johnson, from the 724th Ordnance Battalion's B Company, in the Mediterranean Sea in July, 1958.


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    Mass in Vietnam, 1966

    Soldiers kneel during Mass at a 1st Battalion, 14th Infantry field camp near Plei Djereng in Vietnam's Pleiku province in 1966.


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    USS Nimitz, 1976

    A crew member on the flight deck of the USS Nimitz watches as an E-2 Hawkeye Airborne Early Warning aircraft passes overhead during operations in the Mediterranean Sea off Sicily in 1976.


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    John Wayne, 1957

    Actor John Wayne lines up a shot while playing pool at a hotel during the filming of "The Barbarian and the Geisha" in 1957.


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    USO show, 1982

    Singer-actress Susan Anton and comedian Jonathan Winters wait their turn to go onstage during a USO show at a Ramstein Air Base hangar in 1982.


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    Tokyo plane crash, 1982

    Boats surround a Japan Air Lines DC-8 that crashed in a shallow part of Tokyo Bay while landing at Haneda International Airport, killing 24 of the 166 passengers and crew on board, in February, 1982.


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    President Ford, 1975

    A spectator stretches to get a photo of President Gerald Ford, who was visiting the 1st Brigade, 3rd Armored Division's German-American family picnic in 1975.


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    Stratocruiser disco, 1981

    Owners Jose Luis Manzano and Jose Garcia Castro talk about their Disco Pub Avion nightclub, a surplus Boeing C-97 Stratocruiser once used by the New York Air National Guard.


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    Fireworks over Tokyo, 1996

    Fireworks explode behind the Tokyo Tower during the Tokyo Bay Fireworks Festival in 1996.


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    Bosnia, 1998

    A large American flag ripples in the wind as Pfc. Dennis McCall of the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit surveys war damage to local homes from the turret of an armored amphibious assault vehicle during a NATO Strategic Reserve Force exercise in Bosnia in 1998.


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    Setback for freedom, 1961

    Soldiers gather at a house that's being demolished to expand the "no-man's land" on the Communist side of the Berlin Wall in November, 1961.


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    Hank Williams, 1949

    Hank Williams performs at Rhein-Main's Gateway Theater during a Grand Ole Opry tour of U.S. bases in West Germany's American zone in 1949.


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    Eddie Feigner, 1989

    Eddie Feigner, right, gets some last-minute guidance in locating home plate as he prepares to pitch blindfolded — one of his trademark routines —during The King and His Court's exhibition softball game against the Zama All-Stars in 1989.


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    Congratulating Chiang, 1972

    Schoolchildren gather on a street near the home of Chiang Kai-shek in the suburbs of Taipei to offer the generalissimo their congratulations on his election to a fifth six-year term as president of Nationalist China in 1972.


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    Honor guard, 1961

    Staff Sgt. Dallas A. Pinckney, center, watches as members of the 2nd Battle Group Honor Guard in Berlin pass rifles back and forth while practicing one of one of their complicated maneuvers in September, 1961.


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    Prince Charles in an SR-71 Blackbird, 1982

    Prince Charles sits in the cockpit of an SR-71 aircraft as U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Lee Shelton, left, and Maj. Russell Szczepanik explain the Blackbird's equipment during the heir to the British throne's first visit to a U.S. military installation in the U.K. in 198


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    Hayride, 1998

    A Bosnian family rides high on the hay, after loading their horse-drawn cart with a recent harvest near Eagle Base, Bosnia and Herzegovina, in 1998.


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    Marilyn Monroe, 1954

    Actress Marilyn Monroe poses for a photo in Tokyo, where she was honeymooning with baseball great Joe DiMaggio in February, 1954.


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    Bargains in Bosnia, 1998

    Spec. Kevin Sharp carries a newly-bought wicker chair and plant holder as his fellow soldiers at Camp Bedrock, Bosnia and Herzegovina, discuss his purchases in September, 1998.


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    Persian Gulf, 2003

    Marine Lance Cpl. Andrew Stoker stretches to provide a clean windshield for pilots of a heavy-lift transport helicopter aboard the USS Tarawa in 2003.


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    Unloading cargo, 1966

    Soldiers from the 1st Logistical Command's 71st Transportation Battalion are pressed into service unloading military cargo from ship to shore after thousands of Saigon's stevedores walked off the job in a labor dispute in 1966.


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    War zone, 1995

    In 1995, fighting between Bosnian government troops and Bosnian Serbs was a nearby reality for these Brcko area residents standing in front of graffiti pointing the way to the war zone along the Posavina corridor.


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    Redstone missile, 1962

    A 7th Army crew begins fueling a Redstone missile with liquid oxygen during an exercise at Panzer Kasern in Stuttgart, West Germany in 1962.


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    Ike in Darmstadt, 1951

    U.S. soldiers show Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower how they get through barbed wire during the Supreme Allied Commander, Europe's visit to the 547th Engineer Battalion in 1051.


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    Toothpaste test in Vietnam, 1968

    Replacement troops from the 1st Infantry Division, having gotten the word about the importance of dental care and the proper use of a toothbrush, try out the Army's new "super-toothpaste" in Vietnam in 1968.


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    LBJ supporters in Manila, 1966

    A pro-American crowd gathers at the Manila Hotel to greet President Lyndon Johnson upon his return from a summit meeting in 1966.


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    Economic summit, 1985

    President Ronald Reagan stands with West German Chancellor Helmut Kohl and British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher during a photo session at Augustusburg Palace for leaders attending a three-day economic summit in 1985.


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    Helmut Kohl visits wounded Marines, 1983

    At the U.S. Air Force hospital in Wiesbaden, German Chancellor Helmut Kohl shakes hands with U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Kevin D. Jiggetts, who was wounded in the Oct. 23, 1983 terrorist bombing of a barracks in Beirut, Lebanon.


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    500th mission, 1966

    Col. Levi Chase, commander of the 12th Tactical Fighter Wing, is interviewed in 1966 after returning from his 500th fighter mission of a military career that spanned three wars — World War II, Korea and Vietnam — and 25 years.


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    Bu Dop, 1967

    A "Flying Crane" helicopter delivers supplies to the Bu Dop Special Forces camp in Vietnam in December, 1967.


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    Ernest Borgnine, 1979

    Academy Award-winning actor (and World War II Navy veteran) Ernest Borgnine learns about the Redeye missile launcher from Spec. 4 Eddie Chew, left, and Cpl. James Nangano of the 4th Battalion, 69th Armor, in 1979.


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    Cheerleaders at Pisa, 1966

    Betsy Billington, a cheerleader at Leghorn American High School at Camp Darby, Italy, makes a leap in front of the Leaning Tower of Pisa in 1966.


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    Casey Stengel, 1955

    New York Yankees manager Casey Stengel, on the home stretch of an around-the-world trip highlighted by a series of exhibition games for the Yankees in Japan, takes to the airwaves at the AFN Radio studios in 1955.


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    Taking off from Bitburg, 1979

    An F-15 Eagle from the 36th Tactical Fighter Wing takes off from Bitburg Air Base on a rainy night during a USAFE readiness exercise in 1979.


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    School's out, 1959

    The end of the last day of the school year finds lots of happy students at the elementary school in Babenhausen, West Germany, in 1959.


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    Remembering Patton, 1973

    Retired U.S. Army Gen. Bruce C. Clarke, who earned the Silver Star three times during World War II while leading the Fourth Armored Division of the Third Army, places flowers at the grave of his wartime commander, Gen. George S. Patton, at the Luxembourg American Cemetery in 1973.


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    Interrogation center in Vietnam, 1969

    A suspect glares at the photographer while being held at the Combined Holding and Interrogation Center, where Viet Cong sympathizers, draft dodgers and deserters are sorted out from the rest of the local population, in 1969.


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    D-Day anniversary, 1969

    Soldiers from the U.S. Army 8th Infantry Division's airborne component take part in the French government's torch-lighting ceremony at Utah Beach, one of many 1969 events marking the 25th anniversary of the Allied landings on D-Day.


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    Training near Mt. Fuji, 1998

    Mt. Fuji provides the majestic backdrop as Marine Lance Cpl. Brandon York of the Combat Engineers Company, Combat Assault Battalion, pauses after shooting his way to his objective at the Camp Fuji training range.


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    Rep. Daniel Inouye, 1960

    Rep. Daniel K. Inouye (D-Hawaii) admires a sword presented to him by residents of Yokoyama, Japan, during a visit to his ancestral home village.


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    Ballplayers in Japan, 1956

    Taking part in some international baseball shop talk at Tokyo's Chinzanso restaurant in 1956 are, left to right, outfielder Duke Snider and catcher Roy Campanella of the Brooklyn Dodgers, Takehiko Bessho of Japan's Yomiuri Giants and Don Newcombe of the Dodgers.


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    Among the cacti, 1967

    An artillery forward observer walks along a path through tall cacti in a lesser-seen area of South Vietnam in 1967.


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    Battle of Hue, 1968

    A U.S. Marine takes aim at the enemy from a storefront during the fierce, monthlong battle for Hue.


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    Desert sports, 1991

    Soldiers from 4th Squadron, 2nd Armored Cavalry Regiment play a game of "Saudi ball" to ease stress and occupy some of their free time in the Saudi Arabian desert in February, 1991.


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    Celebrating the wall's fall, 1989

    Two days after the Berlin Wall was opened to end 28 years of division of the city, an elated East German leans out and waves to the crowd as his car crosses the border at a key checkpoint between East and West in 1989.


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    President Kennedy, 1963

    President John F. Kennedy and West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer ride together after JFK's arrival at Wahn Airport in Bonn in June, 1963.


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    Honoring the fallen, 2004

    A color guard stands watch over the helmets, rifles, boots and dogtags of fallen Task Force 1-18 soldiers Capt. John "Hans" Kurth and Spc. Jason Ford before a memorial service in Tikrit, Iraq, in March, 2004.


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    Memorial Day at Margraten, 1966

    Children place flowers at the graves of "adopted" fallen servicemembers during a Dutch-American Memorial Day ceremony attended by more than 8,000 people at the American military cemetery in Margraten, Netherlands, in 1966.


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    Last spike, 1954

    Soldiers from the 432nd Engineer Construction Battalion watch Gen. William M. Hoge, USAREUR commander-in-chief, take a ceremonial swing on the last spike of a three-mile rail spur from Kaiserslautern's main station to Panzer Casern in 1954.


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    Ike talks to reporters in Bonn, 1952

    Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower talks to reporters after a farewell meeting with West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer in May, 1952.


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    Roger Moore, 1974

    Actor Roger Moore meets with reporters during a promotional tour for his latest film, "Gold," in 1974.


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    Nui Ba Den, 1969

    From his vantage point at the radio relay station atop 3,200-foot Nui Ba Den mountain, 1st Lt. John Lowe of Columbus, Ohio, an artillery officer with 3rd Battalion, 22nd Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, spends his day calling in artillery strikes on the surrounding flatlands and hills.


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    Adm. Elmo Zumwalt at Stuttgart, 1970

    Adm. Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr., on a worldwide tour of U.S. installations before taking over as Chief of Naval Operations, ponders a question during a press conference in Stuttgart, West Germany, in 1970.


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    Hyde Park Speakers' Corner, 1965

    Sundays at the famed Speakers' Corner in London's Hyde Park are known for their variety of verbal offerings, but some people add emphasis through signs. This visitor was intent on showing his support for both British Prime Minister Harold Wilson and the United States.


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    Robert McNamara in Vietnam, 1962

    Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara and Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Gen. Lyman Lemnitzer listen as a Vietnamese village elder tells them of Viet Cong activity in the strategic hamlet of Ben Tuong, 50 miles north of Saigon in 1962.


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    Standing guard at the Khyber Pass, 1958

    A militiaman from the Khyber Rifles stands guard at the famed Khyber Pass between Pakistan and Afghanistan in 1958.


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    Vietnam, 1967

    A soldier displays a confident message during a helicopter assault by the 25th Infantry Division just south of the Ho Bo Woods.


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    Bruno the boxer, 1955

    Mrs. Olga Ruhlow called Stars and Stripes to say that she thought the family dog — a 5½-year-old boxer named Bruno — bore a striking resemblance to a tough first sergeant when dressed in Army togs, and would make a good subject for a photo.


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    Ngo Dinh Diem and Gen. Harkins, 1962

    Gen. Paul D. Harkins, commanding general of the U.S. Military Assistance Advisory Command, Thailand and Vietnam, shakes hands with South Vietnamese President Ngo Dinh Diem during opening ceremonies for the new airfield at Tan Son Nhut, outside Saigon, in 1962.


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    USS Canberra, 1968

    The bridge crew of the USS Canberra directs fire as the cruiser's guns open up on enemy targets in Vietnam in 1968.


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    USS Forrestal catapult, 1970

    A USS Forrestal catapult switch operator ducks as an F4 Phantom jet makes its two-second run up to 150 mph during the carrier's eighth Mediterranean deployment in 1970.


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    Burn pit, 1991

    An American servicemember in the Saudi desert tends a burning trash pit.


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    A visit from Admiral Burke, 1957

    Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Arleigh A. Burke gets a Marine's-eye view of a landing operation on Okinawa as he questions Cpl. Richard Greer of Pueblo, Colo.


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    Keeping score, 1955

    Pilots gather around the scoreboard during the first annual U.S. Air Forces in Europe gunnery meet in Libya in 1955.


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    Traffic jam in Turkey, 1957

    When U.S. Marines came ashore in Turkey during NATO's Exercise Deep Water in the Gulf of Saros in 1957, their modern-day vehicles were temporarily forced to conform to the pace of a more traditional convoy.


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    Too loud, 1960

    A Korean boy in a village about 30 miles northeast of Seoul covers his ears as a tank from the 2nd Medium Tank Battalion, 40th Armor, 7th Infantry Division fires its 90mm guns.


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    Air traffic control, 1997

    Staff Sgt. Tom Orland, a tower watch supervisor with the 401st Expeditionary Air Base Group, handles air traffic control duties at Tuzla Air Base in 1997.


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    Art Linkletter at Wiesbaden, 1967

    Art Linkletter, host of the popular "House Party" television show, talks with Dawn Lemire, daughter of Senior Master Sgt. and Mrs. Donald Lemire, during a 1967 visit to the USAFE Hospital in Wiesbaden.


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    On the ropes, 1957

    Ron March of NWAC and Harold Wilson of Northwest Army Trps. both fall out of the ring during their featherweight division bout at the U.S. Army Europe northern regional boxing championships.


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    Normandy, 1994

    Fifty years later, a rusted barge is one of the few remaining reminders of the D-Day invasion of France on the sand at Omaha Beach.


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    Mark Hamill returns to Yokosuka, 1978

    Actor Mark Hamill, famous for his portrayal of Luke Skywalker in "Star Wars," poses with a couple of students in a hallway of his alma mater, Nile C. Kinnick High School in 1978.


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    Stars and Stripes reader, 1964

    Former Vice President Richard Nixon looks over a copy of Stars and Stripes as he waits to meet with former Japanese Prime Minister Nobusuke Kishi at Kishi's office in the Nisseki Building.


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    Water for refugees, 1991

    Army Spcs. Sharon V. Smith and Jesse Cross, assigned to the 593rd Supply Co. out of Kaiserslautern, Germany, count water canisters as part of Operation Provide Comfort to aid Kurdish refugees.


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    Haircut time in Bosnia, 1998

    Spc. Victor Buller's doorway barber shop at "Tent City 2" lacks amenities like opinionated locals and old copies of "Police Gazette," but for Spc. David Parker, it will have to do.


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    Supersized cuckoo clock, 1953

    A Wiesbaden store owner acted on a suggestion by his nephew, a U.S. military policeman stationed in Kaiserslautern, and built this storefront that was soon written about in publications around the world.


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    A Shau Valley, 1968

    A 101st Airborne Division soldier in a helicopter keeps an eye out for Viet Cong in the A Shau Valley below during Operation Somerset Plain in 1968.


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    Armor at the DMZ, 1968

    Two weeks after the seizure of the USS Pueblo by North Korea in 1968, armored personnel carriers from the 2nd Infantry Division line up in a frozen rice paddy near Freedom Bridge at the Korean Demilitarized Zone.


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    Family outing, 1970

    Four helmetless children packed onto a motorcycle would probably invite serious legal problems for their father in most cities today, but on the crowded streets of Saigon in 1970 such sights were common.


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    UNIVAC computer, 1956

    In October, 1956, employees of the Battelle Research Institute operate the massive new UNIVAC 1, the world's first commercial computer, which was making its European debut at Frankfurt after being flown across the Atlantic two months earlier.


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    Protective clothing, 1976

    U.S. Army soldiers from Headquarters and Headquarters Co., 2nd Battalion, 87th Infantry learn how to drink water while wearing protective clothing during 8th Infantry Division NBC (nuclear, biological or chemical warfare) training in 1976.


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    Operation Pegasus, 1968

    A CH-47 Chinook helicopter looms over soldiers preparing for action during Operation Pegasus, a 20,000-man effort to relieve Marines at the beleaguered combat base at Khe Sanh.


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    'Brute' Krulak, 1964

    Lt. Gen. Victor H. "Brute" Krulak, left, commanding general of Fleet Marines Force Pacific, is welcomed to Tachikawa Air Base, Japan, by Col. Elmer E. Brackett Jr. in April, 1964.


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    Marilyn Monroe in Korea, 1954

    Actress Marilyn Monroe poses with Pfc. John Fenesy of Caldwell, N.J., left, and Cpl. Dick Armstrong of Williston Park, N.Y., at the 3rd Division airstrip in Korea in 1954.


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    Celebrating freedom, 1951

    Robert Vogeler gets a hug from his wife, Lucille, as he gains his freedom after 527 days in captivity in Hungary in April, 1951.


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    Berlin at night, 1961

    Guards patrol on the western side of the Brandenburg Gate on a tense night only a few weeks after the Berlin Wall was put in place, dividing the city of Berlin for the next 28 years.


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    Vaughn Meader, 1963

    Comedian Vaughn Meader does his finger-jabbing imitation of President John F. Kennedy during an interview on his return to Germany, where he served in the U.S. Army from 1953 to 1957.


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    Texans on the Tigris, 2005

    Texas National Guardsmen with 3rd Battalion, 133rd Field Artillery, 36th Infantry Division get some water time aboard a 28-foot speedboat, one of four the Army plans to use to patrol the Tigris River.


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    Border security in Berlin, 1967


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    Normandy ceremony, 1955


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    Unter den Linden, 1954

    The once-vibrant but now war-scarred Unter den Linden in Berlin's Eastern sector is quiet as soldiers await the arrival of a motorcade during a foreign ministers' conference in 1954.


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    Streetcar's last day, 1969

    Tokyo transit workers salute the end of an era as the last Hanadensha floral streetcar goes out of service after 62 years, to be replaced by buses.


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    Sammy Davis Jr., 1963

    While awaiting a helicopter flight to Tachikawa Air Base, where a crowd of 8,000 Air Force personnel gathered for his show, Sammy Davis Jr. tries out one of Japan's more popular products.


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    Reichstag ruins, 1957


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    The Rockpile, 1965


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    After the armistice, 1953


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    William Holden, 1959


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    Chiang Kai-shek, 1966


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    Bridge at Remagen, 1951


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    Helicopter landing in Vietnam, 1966


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    Iwo Jima, 1965


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    Motorcycle stunt in Berlin, 1961

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