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|They should be from the 1st Cavalry Division, because they approache to their camp.||02/17/2007||2,154|
|The 1st Foreign Cavalry Regiment (French: 1er Régiment étranger de cavalerie, 1er REC) is the only armoured cavalry regiment in the French Foreign Legion. It is one of two cavalry regiments of the 6th Light Armoured Brigade.|
It has been stationed in Orange, Vaucluse since 1967, when it arrived from Mers-el-Kébir.
|Barracks of the US Berlin Brigade (BBDE).|
First US troops in Berlin were from the 2nd "Hell on Wheels" Armored Division who were soon replaced by elements of the 82nd "All American" Airborne Division and 78th "Lightening" Infantry Division. Shortly, these two divisions were withdrawn; replaced by the 3rd "Old Guard" Infantry Regiment which was inactivated in 1946. 3rd Battalion, ...
|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...
|An aerial recon' photograph in vertical format taken over the area at cape Gloucester that was first developed by the japanese then after capture by the Americans.|
The air base was not used for any length of time.
The nearby volcane has since obliterated a lot of the original features.
The Battle of Cape Gloucester was a battle in the Pacific theater...
|B-24 Liberator bomber raiding the Japanese airfields at Cape Gloucester, New Britain in preparation of the American invasion, Dec 1943 |
The Battle of Cape Gloucester was a battle in the Pacific theater of World War II, which took place between late December 1943 and April 1944, on the island of New Britain, part of the Territory of New Guinea.
The battle was a maj...
|A Crommwell tank is places as a memorial at the Bevrijdingstunnel (Liberation tunnel).|
Text on the plaque:
in honour of
Major General G.P.B. Roberts. C.B.. D.S.O.. M.C.
commander of the 11th Armoured Division
Major General J.B. Churcher. C.B.. D.S.O.
commander of the 159th Infantry Brigade
Brigadier C.B.C. Harvey. D.S.O.
|The 13th Foreign Legion Demi-Brigade (French: 13e Demi-Brigade de Légion Étrangère, 13e DBLE) is an infantry demi-brigade in the French Foreign Legion. It is the only permanent demi-brigade in the French Army.|
You see the large emblem of the Legion on the ground.
|RAF Hethel is a former World War II airfield used by the US during the Second World War (and briefly as an RAF station) in Norfolk, England situated located 7 miles south west of Norwich. |
Hethel airfield was constructd in 1942 for American use and was assigned USAAF designation Station 114.
From 14 September 1943 though to 12 June 1945, Hethel served as headquarters for t...
|Sullys Hill is located on the south shore of Devils Lake in Benson County, in the heart of the Spirit Lake Nation. The preserve consists of 1,674 acres ranging from wetland marshes to wooded hills and is home to a myriad of migratory birds and big game. Sullys Hill was named for General Alfred Sully, who was scheduled to meet up with a cavalry from Illinois, but never showed up. The cavalry cam...||01/16/2007||592|
|Many self-propelled howitzer and other vehicles along a road in Taji. ||02/16/2007||1,356|
|The highlight is the SAR 71 of the German Federal Armed Forces well-known from a German TV serial|
Fire-brigade and emergency services in Hamburg
Voluntarily Fire-brigade = Marked with FF
Fire station and rescue guard = Marked with FuRW
Special-purpose forces = Marked with RW