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American Red Cross - Headquarters & Buildings - El Paso, Tex., War Activities. Red Cross car at Union Station

American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work (workrooms and classes) - El Paso, Texas, War Activities. Red Cross Training School

American Library Association - Dispatch - A.L.A. Dispatch Office, El Paso, Texas

Camouflage - Artillery - Ft. Bliss, El Paso, Tex. Instruction in artillery camouflage

American Library Association - O thru W and Miscellaneous - Ft. Bliss, El Paso, Texas. American Library Association, War Service Library at Base Hospital. From County Council of Def. Tex

American Red Cross - Soliciting Funds - Entertainments - El Paso, Tex., War Activities. Red Cross Gift Shop

Ceremonies - Texas - El Paso, Texas. War Activities. Celebrating signing of Armistice

Ceremonies - Texas - Ft. Bliss, El Paso, Tex. Celebrating signing of Armistice

American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work - El Paso, Texas, War Activities. Red Cross, old ladies knitting circle

Ceremonies - Texas - El Paso, Texas., War Activities. Celebrating signing of Armistice

American Red Cross - Soliciting Funds - Miscellaneous - El Paso, Tex., War Activities. Red Cross Magazine Committee

American Red Cross - Vehicles - The best known American aroudn the big Roehampton hospital (near London) is the Red Cross man, Private Maguire of El Paso, who came over to the Red Cross after serving three and a half years in the British army, from which he was discharged for disability

President John F. Kennedy's visit to El Paso

Gemini IV Mission Image - EVA, over El Paso, Texas

Chicano Teenager in El Paso's Second Ward, a Classic "Barrio" Which Is Slowly Giving Way to Urban Renewal

AST-21-1719 - Apollo Soyuz Test Project - Apollo Soyuz Test Project, Texas, New Mexico, Chihuahua, El Paso, Juarz, Rio Grande, Overexposed

Mrs. Carter and Portillo in Juarez, Mx and El Paso, Tx

Mrs. Carter and Portillo in El Paso, TX

Mrs. Carter in Juarez, Mx., El Paso, TX, and New Orleans, LA

Mrs. Carter and Portillo in Juarez, Mx and El Paso, TX

Mrs. Carter departing El Paso, TX

The amphibious cargo ship USS EL PASO (LKA 117) pulls alongside the amphibious assault ship USS IWO JIMA (LPH 2). When the EL PASO is in position, the crewmen on the aircraft elevator of the IWO JIMA will fire shot lines to the cargo ship to begin underway replenishment. The ships are supporting United States Marine and Navy units of the multinational peacekeeping force

An overview of El Paso with Juarez, Mexico in the distance

An overview of El Paso with Juarez, Mexico in the distance

A starboard view of the amphibious cargo ship USS EL PASO (LKA-117) underway. Elements of the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit (26th MEU) are embarked aboard the EL PASO for a Mediterranean deployment

A port quarter view of the amphibious cargo ship USS EL PASO (LKA-117) underway. Elements of the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit (26th MEU) are embarked aboard the EL PASO for a Mediterranean deployment

A view of a portion of the mothball fleet in storage near Portsmouth. From right to left are the store ship RIGEL (AF-58) the amphibious cargo ships CHARLESTON (LKA-113) and EL PASO (LKA-117) and four Newport class tank landing ships

An AMC C-5B Galaxy from the 60th AMW at Travis AFB, CA arrives at Biggs Army Air Field in El Paso, TX. The C-5 is bringing in 6 UH-1H helicopters and 1 OH-58 helicopter from the 2d-228 Aviation Regiment U.S. Army Reserve from Willowgrove, PA. In the foreground are four CH-47 Chinook helicopters and three UH-1 Iroquois

Personnel from the 544th Military Police, Army National Guard, Yauco, Puerto Rico and the 125th Headquarters Detachment Army National Guard, Ponce, Puerto Rico leave the flightline after unloading equipment and personal bags from the American Trans Air L-1011 that delivered their units to Biggs Army Airfield, El Paso, TX. These units are participating in Roving Sands '96, the largest annual US joint air defense training exercise

Members of the 770th Military Company, Army National Guard, Aquadilla, Puerto Rico, wait on a bus to be transported to their billeting area at Biggs Army Airfield, El Paso, TX. The 770th is participating inRoving Sands '96, the largest annual US joint air defense training exercise

Personnel from the 319th Transportation Team, Dover, Delaware, the 544th Military Police, Army National Guard, Yauco, Puerto Rico and the 125th Headquarters Detachment, Army National Guard, Ponce, Puerto Rico unload equipment and personal bags from the American Trans Air L-1011 that delivered the 544th and 125th to Biggs Army Airfield, El Paso, TX. These units are participating in Roving Sands '96, the largest annual US joint air defense training exercise

Members of the 770th Military Company Army National Guard from Aquadilla, Puerto Rico, board buses at Biggs Army Airfield in El Paso, Texas, to be transported to their billeting area. The 770th is in Texas to take part in Exercise ROVING SANDS '96

1ST LT. Cindy Krausch of the 157th Air Controllers Group, Jefferson Barracks, St. Louis, Missouri, works as an augmentee to the 612th Air communication Squadron from Davis Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona. The 612th is deployed to El Paso to participate inRoving Sands '96, the US military's largest annual joint air defense training exercise

Shown are the 100A, and the 93B satellite communications terminals located in the lower compound of Logan Heights in El Paso, Texas, which are operated by the 612th Air Communications Squadron from Davis Mothan Air Force Base out of Tuscon, Arizona. Their objective is to provide communication support for Exercise ROVING SANDS '96, the largest annual joint air defense excercise

Two Airmen assigned to the 225th Combat Communications Squadron, from Martin Air National Guard Station, Gadson, Alabama, operate a powered stake driver as they drive metal stakes into the ground to secure equipment from high winds. The 225th arrived today at Logan Heights in El Paso, Texas and when operational, they will provide communications links for FORSCOM (Forces Command) during ROVING SANDS '97. ROVING SANDS is a multinational effort and is the largest military exercise on United States soil that allows training in a joint environment to hone command and control procedures and integrate new systems in Theater and Air Missile Defense

An airman assigned to the 225th Combat Communications Squadron, Martin Air National Guard Station, Gadson, Alabama, tightens down bolts that hold the reflector sections for the Ground Mobile Forces (GMF) Satellite Terminal in place. The 225th arrived today at Logan Heights in El Paso, Texas. When operational, the GMF will provide communications links for FORSCOM (Forces Command) during ROVING SANDS '97. ROVING SANDS is a multinational effort and is the largest military exercise on United States soil that allows training in a joint environment to hone command and control procedures and integrate new systems in Theater and Air Missile Defense

Sergeant Al Wilson, a computer operator assigned to the 225th Combat Communications Squadron, Martin Air National Guard Station, Gadson, Alabama, covers his unit's supply storage tent with a waterproof layer of plastic. The 225th arrived today at Logan Heights in El Paso, Texas. When operational, the unit will provide communications links for FORSCOM (Forces Command) during ROVING SANDS '97. ROVING SANDS is a multinational effort and is the largest military exercise on United States soil that allows training in a joint environment to hone command and control procedures and integrate new systems in Theater and Air Missile Defense

SENIOR AIRMAN Joseph Roberson, 225th Combat Communications Squadron, Martin Air National Guard Station, Gadson, Alabama, stands on the center portion of an unfinished Ground Mobile Forces Satellite Terminal (GMF) as he waits to install sections of the reflector. The 225th arrived today at Logan Heights in El Paso, Texas. When operational, the GMF will provide communications links for FORSCOM (Forces Command) during Roving Sands '97. ROVING SANDS is a multinational effort and is the largest military exercise on United States soil that allows training in a joint environment to hone command and control procedures and integrate new systems in Theater and Air Missile Defense

STAFF Sergeant Mike Milwee, an air conditioning and heating technician assigned to the 225th Combat Communications Squadron, Martin Air National Guard Station, Gadson, Alabama, removes rocks prior to setting up living quarters for his unit. The 225th arrived today at Logan Heights in El Paso, Texas, when operational, will provide communications links for FORSCOM (Forces Command) during ROVING SANDS '97. ROVING SANDS is a multinational effort and is the largest military exercise on United States soil that allows training in a joint environment to hone command and control procedures and integrate new systems in Theater and Air Missile Defense

Airmen assigned to the 225th Combat Communications Squadron, from Martin Air National Guard Station, Gadson, Alabama, prepare a TRAC-170 Wideband System. The 225th arrived today at Logan Heights in El Paso, Texas. When the TRAC-170 is operational, it will provide communications links for FORSCOM (Forces Command) during ROVING SANDS '97. ROVING SANDS is a multinational effort and is the largest military exercise on United States soil that allows training in a joint environment to hone command and control procedures and integrate new systems in Theater and Air Missile Defense

Airmen assigned to the 225th Combat Communications Squadron, Martin Air National Guard Station, Gadson, Alabama, attach a dish to a TRAC-170 Wideband System. The 225th arrived today at Logan Heights in El Paso, Texas. When the TRAC-170 is operational, it will provide communications links for FORSCOM (Forces Command) during ROVING SANDS '97. ROVING SANDS is a multinational effort and is the largest military exercise on United States soil that allows training in a joint environment to hone command and control procedures and integrate new systems in Theater and Air Missile Defense

Members of the 147th Aviation Battalion of Madison, Wisconsin, help move a UH-60 Blackhawk helicopter to the off ramp of the C-5 Galaxy where it will be lowered onto the flight line to join the rest of its team at Biggs Army Airfield, El Paso, Texas, to be used in support of ROVING SANDS '97. ROVING SANDS is a multinational effort and is the largest military exercise on United States soil that allows training in a joint environment to hone command and control procedures and integrate new systems in Theater and Air Missile Defense

A soldier assigned to Alpha 5-52, Air Defense Artillery (ADA) Brigade, Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas, makes final preparations for a simulated launching of a Patriot Missile. The Patriot Missile System will be used by the Blue forces to defend against the Red Forces' air attacks during ROVING SANDS '97. ROVING SANDS is a multinational effort and is the largest military exercise on United States soil that allows training in a joint environment to hone command and control procedures and integrate new systems in Theater and Air Missile Defense

Two soldiers assigned to Alpha 5-52, Air Defense Artillery (ADA) Brigade, Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas, set up a Patriot Mobile Missile Launcher and ready it for a simulated launch. The Patriot missile system will be used by the Blue Forces to defend against the Red Forces' air attacks during ROVING SANDS '97. ROVING SANDS is a multinational effort and is the largest military exercise on United States soil that allows training in a joint environment to hone command and control procedures and integrate new systems in Theater and Air Missile Defense

US Army, SPECIALIST (SPC) Matthew Covington, Alpha Battery, 5th Battalion, 52nd Air Defense Artillery, 11th ADA Brigade, Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas, stands guard with an M-16 rifle in front of an MIM-104 Patriot missile battery. The Patriot missile system will be used by the blue forces to to defend against red forces' air attacks during Exercise ROVING SANDS '97, 16 April 1997. (Duplicate image, see also DF-SD-99-00832 or search 970416-F-2555H-101 )

A member of the 1ST 147th Aviation Battalion, United States Army, unloads military vehicles from train cars at Biggs Army Airfield, El Paso, Texas. The vehicles will be used in support of helicopter operations during ROVING SANDS '97. ROVING SANDS is a multinational effort and is the largest military exercise on United States soil that allows training in a joint environment to hone command and control procedures and integrate new systems in Theater and Air Missile Defense

SPECIALIST Winkelmann, US Army, helps guide a locomotive to the depot at Biggs Army Airfield, El Paso, Texas. The train is loaded with military vehicles to be used in support of helicopter operations during ROVING SANDS '97. ROVING SANDS is a multinational effort and is the largest military exercise on United States soil that allows training in a joint environment to hone command and control procedures and integrate new systems in Theater and Air Missile Defense

An E-3 Sentry Airborne Warning And Control System (AWACS) taxis down Biggs Airfield, El Paso, Texas. The aircraft will be used extensively during ROVING SANDS '97. ROVING SANDS is a multinational effort and is the largest military exercise on United States soil that allows training in a joint environment to hone command and control procedures and integrate new systems in Theater and Air Missile Defense

An MI-35P Hind Russian attack helicopter, simulates ground attacks on various air defense sites at Dona Ana range, Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas. The Russian helicopter is operated by members of Optec Threat Support Activity, at Biggs Army Airfield, in suport of ROVING SANDS '97. ROVING SANDS is a multinational effort and is the largest military exercise on United States soil that allows training in a joint environment to hone command and control procedures and integrate new systems in Theater and Air Missile Defense

Mr. Reed T. Kimzey talks to a crew chief (not shown) of the Russian AN-2 Colt (background), after a simulated ground attack mission against various air defense targets on Dona Ana Range, Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas. Members of Optec Threat Support Activity at Biggs Army Airfield, in support of ROVING SANDS 97 operate the Russian aircraft. ROVING SANDS is a multinational effort and is the largest military exercise on United States soil that allows training in a joint environment to hone command and control procedures and integrate new systems in Theater and Air Missile Defense

An MI-35P "Hind" Russian attack helicopter simulates ground attacks on various air defense sites at Dona Ana Range, Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas. The Russian helicopter is operated by members of Operational Testa and Evaluation, Threat Support Activity, at Biggs Army Airfield, TX, in support of Exercise ROVING SANDS '97, 21 April 1997

Two Russian MI-24 Hind attack helicopters, simulate ground attacks on various air defense sites at Dona Ana range, Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas. The Russian helicopters are operated by members of Optec Threat Support Activity at Biggs Army Airfield, in suport of ROVING SANDS '97; a joint service exercise designed to improve air defense capabilities

Soldiers assigned to the 11th Brigade, 43rd Air Defense Artillery, from Fort Bliss, Texas, hook up power cables to a mobile generator in preparation for a tactical Patriot missile launch at a site on McGregor Range near El Paso, Texas. The live firings were a real time opportunity for units involved in ROVING SANDS '97 to demonstrate their skills. ROVING SANDS is a multinational effort and is the largest military exercise on United States soil that allows training in a joint environment to hone command and control procedures and integrate new systems in Theater and Air Missile Defense

A Patriot missile is launched by soldiers of the 11th Brigade, 43rd Air Defense Artillery, Fort Bliss, Texas, at a site on McGregor Range near El Paso, TX. The live firings were a real time opportunity for units involved in ROVING SANDS '97 to demonstrate their skills. ROVING SANDS is a multinational effort and is the largest military exercise on United States soil that allows training in a joint environment to hone command and control procedures and integrate new systems in Theater and Air Missile Defense

A soldier assigned to the 11th Brigade, 43rd Air Defense Artillery, from Fort Bliss, Texas, hurriedly runs an fiber optic cable from a Patriot missile launcher to its support communications trailer in preparation for a tactical Patriot missile launch at a site on McGregor Range near El Paso, Texas. The live firings were a real time opportunity for units involved in ROVING SANDS '97 to demonstrate their skills. ROVING SANDS is a multinational effort and is the largest military exercise on United States soil that allows training in a joint environment to hone command and control procedures and integrate new systems in Theater and Air Missile Defense

Lieutenant Colonel Frank Padilla, Commander 312th Airlift Squadron, and First Lieutenant Pete Gross, exit a C-5 Galaxy after landing at Biggs Army Air Field at Fort Bliss in El Paso, Texas. The C-5 landed at Biggs Army Air Field to pick up troops and equipment for transport to Southwest Asia

Captain Jeff Daniels, USAF, a C-5 Galaxy pilot with the 312th Airlift Squadron from Travis AFB, California, resets the instrument panel after landing at Biggs Army Air Field at Fort Bliss in El Paso, Texas. The C-5 landed at Biggs Army Air Field to pick up troops and equipment for transport to Southwest Asia

Postal Clerk SEAMAN Apprentice (SA) Robert Ontiveros from El Paso, Texas, sorts mail in the post office aboard the aircraft carrier USS ENTERPRISE (CVN 65)

SEAMAN (SN) Israel Perez of El Paso, Texas, secures lines in the riggers loft aboard the landing helicopter dock ship USS ESSEX (LHD 2)

Aviation Support Equipment Technician Third Class (AS3) Rene Banda from El Paso, Texas, checks support equipment during a general quarters drill aboard USS ENTERPRISE (CVN 65)

Sonar Technician Second Class (ST2) Wendell Steele from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Air Warfare SPECIALIST AIRMAN (AWSAN) Jose Vacio from El Paso, Texas and AWSAN Jeffery Bonay from Brunswick, Maine, communicate with Commander Destroyer Squadron One Eight (COMDESRON 18) while standing watch aboard USS ENTERPRISE (CVN 65)

STS100-716-114 - STS-100 - Earth observation image of El Paso, Texas taken during STS-100

STS100-716-115 - STS-100 - Earth observation image of El Paso, Texas taken during STS-100

Former American Prisoner of War (POW) U Army (UA) pecialist (PC) hoshanna Johnson assigned to the 507th Maintenance Battalion, is assisted by medical personnel as she exits a M997A2 ambulance truck at Logistical upport Area Chesty, 65-miles south of Baghdad, Iraq. P Johnson is one of seven America POW's recovered safely by U Marine Corps (UMC) 3rd Light Armored Reconnaissance Platoon, 1ST Marine Expeditionary Force, during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. pecialist hoshana Johnson from El Paso, TX., is one of seven U.. POW's that were recovered safely by 3rd Light Armored Reconnaissance Plt., 1ST Marine Expeditionary Force, during Operation Iraqi Freedom. (U.. Marine Corps photo by...

sts121-326-023 - STS-121 - Earth view over El Paso,Texas and the Rio Grand River taken during STS-121

sts121-326-021 - STS-121 - Earth view over El Paso, Texas and the Rio Grand River taken during STS-121

sts121-326-022 - STS-121 - Earth view over El Paso,Texas and the Rio Grand River taken during STS-121

sts121-326-027 - STS-121 - Earth view over El Paso,Texas and the Rio Grand River taken during STS-121

sts121-326-029 - STS-121 - Earth view over El Paso,Texas and the Rio Grand River taken during STS-121

sts121-326-024 - STS-121 - Earth view over El Paso,Texas and the Rio Grand River taken during STS-121

sts121-326-025 - STS-121 - Earth view over El Paso,Texas and the Rio Grand River taken during STS-121

sts121-326-026 - STS-121 - Earth view over El Paso,Texas and the Rio Grand River taken during STS-121

sts121-326-028 - STS-121 - Earth view over El Paso,Texas and the Rio Grand River taken during STS-121

El Paso, TX - Municipalities construct temporary berms between heavy rains in an attempt to deflect any additional flooding of homes and destruction of existing infrastructure. El Paso County was declared a Federal Disaster Area following rain and thunderstorms which caused mud slides. Robert J. Alvey/FEMA

[Flooding] El Paso, TX - Between heavy thunderstorms in late July/early August 2006, and following a breach of their system, El Paso's Clint landfill personnel create two temporary holding ponds (center near I-10). El Paso County was declared a Federal Disaster Area following rain and thunderstorms which caused mud slides. Robert J. Alvey/FEMA

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