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|Royal Navy's Barracks in Devonport Plymouth Devon UK All so know as Drake Barracks or H.M.S.Drake it is attached to H.M.Naval Dockyard Plymouth which is now the main Maintance Base for the Royal Navy Drake Barracks was also the home of the Devonport Field Gun Crew who used to take part in the inter command Field Gun competion which used to be held at the Royal Tourament at Earls Court in London...||02/13/2006||502|
|This is the wardroom or officers mess for Portsmouth Naval Barracks as you can see it is across the road from the main Barracks Enterance||03/01/2006||332|
|Previous posting of McNair Barracks may have been mislabeled. Here is the correct location.||09/29/2005||363|
|The streets round thiese barracks are quite strange...||08/03/2005||475|
|This is an overlay of Jefferson Barracks in south St Louis, MO in about 1920. Shows changes and similarities in the ||12/15/2006||346|
|Maybe these barracks are military, but that's not for sure. Although there are military-green trucks between the small houses.||08/08/2005||602|
|Jackson Barracks Military Museum includes aircraft like the F4 Phantom, F15 Eagle, Convair YF-102A, even a F-100 Super Saber and a B26 Bomber||01/22/2008||438|
|The Jefferson Barracks Military Post, located on the Mississippi River just south of St. Louis, Missouri, was an active U.S. Army installation from 1826 through 1946. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jefferson_Barracks||01/11/2006||255|
|It shows Milton and the area around it and, judging by the features, it was taken late in World War II. At this time there was a large rail depot and a barracks on the land now occupied by the Science Park, A14, travellers site and the land fill. The barracks was also a PoW camp late in the war.||08/17/2008||487|
|This aerial photo of Stalag VIIA and Moosburg in Bavaria was taken by a U.S. reconnaissance aircraft.|
Stalag VIIA was a disaster. It was a nest of small compounds separated by barbed wire fences enclosing old, dilapidated barracks crammed closely together. Reportedly, the camp had been built to hold 14,000 French prisoners. In the end, 130,000 POWs of all nationalities and ranks ...
|Fliegerhorst Wertheim lies above the city of Wertheim and was constructed beginning in 1936. Along with the grass airfield, extensive barracks were built, too, with a casino, billets, staff buildings, etc. The use of local materials led to the unique character of the buildings. In December 1937 the Fliegerhorst (airfield) received its first occupants, a Stuka unit. |
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|Barracks of the Leibstandarte-SS Adolf Hitler in Berlin-Lichterfelde. After WW 2 used by US-Army and today used by a federal authority.||09/16/2005||1,378|