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|Tooele Army Depot is a United States Army post located in Tooele County, Utah. It originally opened in 1942 during the early phase of U.S. involvment in World War II. It is primarily operated by members of the U.S. Army's Ordnance Corps. |
The site has long served as a repository for stockpiles of biological and chemical weapons. As the United States has disclaimed use of such weapons, th...
|April-May 1945. This map shows the army movements (US Army and Red Army) during the attack on Berlin.||09/08/2005||2,137|
|US Army aviation training was concentrated at Fort Rucker in 1973. There are a number of dedicated Army Heliports and landing strips with examples of the many different types of helicopters in service.|
More details may be found at http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/facility/fort-rucker.htm and http://www-rucker.army.mil/
|Eastmere village is not the biggest purpose built FIBUA village that the British army have but is the most highly used by the British Army.|
The Village itself comprises of 22 purpose built houses of which we will have access to 17 of them.
Within the village boundaries you have a lot of natural features including, wooded areas and undulating terrain along with quite a lot of manma...
|Second location of the ULB (french speaking university of Brussels) and location of the VUB (dutch speaking university of Brussels)||12/11/2005||284|
|The Battle of Halbe (German: Kessel von Halbe, Russian: Хальбский "котел", Halbe cauldron) lasted from April 24 to May 1, 1945 was a battle in which the German Ninth Army, under the command of Colonel General Theodor Busse was destroyed by the Red Army during the Battle for Berlin.|
|In this December 1953 aerial view of Dillingham. |
Two large multi-engine aircraft are visible on the runway, with several more in the revetments on the east side of the field, and a large number of single-engine aircraft are visible along the revetments on the north side of the field.
|At the start of World War II, the Army took over the existing airfield at Harris Neck for training pilots. After WWII, the Army gave the land to McIntosh County. Today it is part of the Harris Neck Wildlife Refuge.|
|Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress at the Morgantown Municipal Airport. |
The Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress or the so called "Sentimental Journey” is a four-engine heavy bomber aircraft developed for the U.S. Army Air Corps (USAAC). The B-17 aircraft was manufactured by Boeing. It has eliminated its competitors and has met the Air Corps' expectations to compete against Douglas and Martin f...
|The 1st Armored Division —nicknamed the Old Ironsides— is an armored division of the United States Army with base of operations in Wiesbaden, Germany. It was the first armored division of the U.S. Army to see battle in World War II.|
The division was nicknamed, "Old Ironsides", by its first commander, Major General Bruce R. Magruder, after he saw a picture of the USS Const...
|You can see the aligned targets in one side and the plain surface between them and the sector where soldiers laid down. Colombian Army Cavalry School.||08/23/2007||711|
|RAF Chipping Ongar (also known as Willingale) is a former World War II airfield in England. The field is located chiefly in the parish of Willingale 2 miles north-east from the town of Chipping Ongar and eight miles from Chelmsford in Essex. |
Chipping Ongar airfield was one of 15 airfields in Essex that was allocated to the United States Army Air Forces by the Air Ministry in 194...