Return to Normandy, 1954
Normandy, France, May, 1954: Ten years after they took part in the D-Day invasion of Europe, Master Sergeants William J. Hopkins Jr., left, and George C. Zares survey the beach in Normandy where they came ashore on June 6, 1944. The two were accompanied on their trip to Omaha Beach and other area landmarks by Stars and Stripes photographer Ted Rohde, who also took part in the Normandy invasion.
Field Marshal Montgomery, 1951
Heidelberg, Germany, October, 1951: British Field Marshal Viscount Bernard Law Montgomery, deputy commander of Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE) and hero of the World War II Battle of El Alamein, talks with Gen. Thomas T. Handy, EUCOM commander-in-chief, on the reviewing stand during Montgomery’s visit to EUCOM headquarters.
James Brown in Germany, 1992
Ludwigshafen, Germany, December, 1992: “The Godfather of Soul,” James Brown, headlines the Masters of Funk and Soul concert at the Eberthalle. Appearing at the show with the 59-year-old Brown were Soul II Soul and Incognito. 
Photo op in Vietnam, 1969
South Vietnam, December, 1969: Two soldiers from 2nd Battalion, 27th Infantry pause to take a photo as the Wolfhounds patrol the marshy area around Patrol Base Kotrc, near the Cambodian border.
Memorial Day at Margraten, 1966
Margraten, Netherlands, May, 1966: Children place flowers at the graves of “adopted” fallen service members during a Dutch-American Memorial Day ceremony attended by more than 8,000 people at the American military cemetery in Margraten.
Reaching out, 2004
Stephen E. Kanyusik, a World War II Navy veteran from Sterling Heights, Michigan, reaches out to a passenger on a motorcycle taking part in the annual Rolling Thunder rally on Constitution Ave. in Washington, D.C., in May, 2004.
President Kennedy in Hanau, 1963
Hanau, West Germany, June, 1963: President Kennedy's car drives past some of the 15,000 American troops from 280 USAREUR units who lined a mile-long parade route during his visit to Hanau's Pioneer Caserne.
John Warner, 2007
Washington, D.C., March, 2007: Former Sen. John Warner poses for a photo with World War II Medal of Honor recipient Jack Lucas during a reception on Capitol Hill. Warner, who also served as Secretary of the Navy during a career in which he was a key player in many military issues, died May 25, 2021 at age 94.
Ceremony in Normandy, 1955
Members of the 1st Infantry Division color guard lead a march through the American cemetery overlooking the D-Day beaches during a ceremony marking the 11th anniversary of the allied invasion.