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Site aerials of locations where attacks on Stabilization Force (SFOR) troops, in support of Operation JOINT GUARD, have taken place and sites of clashes between Muslim and Croats. The wooded area to the left of the photo is the location of the Muslim-Croat cemetery, to the top is the Rondo (round-about). Spanish Square to the Rondo and the Muslim-Croat cemetery is commonly referred to as the Triangle. JOINT GUARD enforces the Dayton Peace Accords and with multi-national allies continues to monitor the militaries of the former warring factions and provides a climate of stability in the war-torn land of Bosnia-Herzegovina

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Site aerials of locations where attacks on Stabilization Force (SFOR) troops, in support of Operation JOINT GUARD, have taken place and sites of clashes between Muslim and Croats. The wooded area to the left of the photo is the location of the Muslim-Croat cemetery, to the top is the Rondo (round-about). Spanish Square to the Rondo and the Muslim-Croat cemetery is commonly referred to as the Triangle. JOINT GUARD enforces the Dayton Peace Accords and with multi-national allies continues to monitor the militaries of the former warring factions and provides a climate of stability in the war-torn land of Bosnia-Herzegovina

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Subject Operation/Series: JOINT GUARD

Base: Mostar

Country: Bosnia And/I Herzegovina (BIH)

Scene Camera Operator: SSGT Cesar Rodriquez, USAF

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

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25/02/1997
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