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German flag captures by British Naval Forces

AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Lawrence Jennings, 435th Supply Squadron, secures the German flag while two other honor guard members raise the British flag during the dedication of the Luftbrucke Memorial. The monument, a symbolic western bridge, is a replica of the Berlin Airlift Memorial at Berlin`s Tempelhof Central Airport and is dedicated to the men who died during the 1948-1949 Berlin airlift

The German flag, one of the many flags represented on the testing site area, waves in the wind during the exercise COMBINED ENDEAVOR (CE) 2000. CE 2000, currently hosted by Germany, is the largest information and communication systems exercise in the world. This exercise is the sixth in a series of multinational communication interoperability workshops where military personnel from 35 nations get together for 14 days to focus on Command, Control, Communications, and Computers (C4) interoperability testing and documentation and to meet and interact on a personal level

The German flag, one of the many flags represented on the testing site area, waves in the wind during the exercise COMBINED ENDEAVOR (CE) 2000. CE 2000, currently hosted by Germany, is the largest information and communication systems exercise in the world. This exercise is the sixth in a series of multinational communication interoperability workshops where military personnel from 35 nations get together for 14 days to focus on Command, Control, Communications, and Computers (C4) interoperability testing and documentation and to meet and interact on a personal level

SENIOR AIRMAN (SRA) David Sands, AIRMAN First Class (A1C), Andrew Absher and A1C Jonathan Richardson all members of the 86th Airlift Wings Honor Guard fold the German flag during the Wing Retreat Ceremony at Ramstein Air Base, Germany on 30 March 2001

Front view of a British FV432 Armored Personnel Carrier (APC) during a visit to Camp Coyote, Kuwait