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Left side front view medium shot as members of a multi-national Honor Guard stand at attention as US Army General Eric K. Shinseki (Not shown), Commander of the peace Stabilization Force (SFOR), relinquished his command of Stabilization Force (SFOR), to US Army General Montgomery C. Meigs (Not shown), the Commander of the U.S. Army Combined Arms Center and Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Forty nations supporting Operation Joint Forge, participated in the Change of Command ceremony on the Ilidza Compound in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina. US Army General Wesley K. Clark (Not shown), the Supreme Allied Commander of Europe, and Mr. Sergio Balanzino (Not shown), the NATO Deputy Secretary General, ...

Left side front view medium shot as members of a multi-national Honor Guard stand at attention as US Army General Eric K. Shinseki (Not shown), Commander of the peace Stabilization Force (SFOR), relinquished his command of Stabilization Force (SFOR), to US Army General Montgomery C. Meigs (Not shown), the Commander of the U.S. Army Combined Arms Center and Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Forty nations supporting Operation Joint Forge, participated in the Change of Command ceremony on the Ilidza Compound in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina. US Army General Wesley K. Clark (Not shown), the Supreme Allied Commander of Europe, and Mr. Sergio Balanzino (Not shown), the NATO Deputy Secretary General, ...

 
 
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[Complete] Scene Caption: Left side front view medium shot as members of a multi-national Honor Guard stand at attention as US Army General Eric K. Shinseki (Not shown), Commander of the peace Stabilization Force (SFOR), relinquished his command of Stabilization Force (SFOR), to US Army General Montgomery C. Meigs (Not shown), the Commander of the U.S. Army Combined Arms Center and Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Forty nations supporting Operation Joint Forge, participated in the Change of Command ceremony on the Ilidza Compound in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina. US Army General Wesley K. Clark (Not shown), the Supreme Allied Commander of Europe, and Mr. Sergio Balanzino (Not shown), the NATO Deputy Secretary General, were the guest speakers for the ceremony.

Subject Operation/Series: JOINT FORGE

Base: Sarajevo

Country: Bosnia And/I Herzegovina (BIH)

Scene Camera Operator: SRA Omolara Akinretoye, USAF

Release Status: Released to Public
Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files

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23/10/1998
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