1/20 Troops Returing From Desert Storm
2/20 Homecoming For The Troops
3/20 Celebrating Returning Soldiers
4/20 Troops Coming Home
5/20 Desert Storm
6/20 Earl A. Buckhart on troop horse.
7/20 Jay M. Garner -A Past Commanding General at Fort Bliss, Texas
8/20 Military Personnel on Fort Bliss
9/20 Family on Fort Bliss
10/20 Military Personnel with Horses
11/20 Ft, Bliss Waterworks
12/20 Ft. Bliss at Hart's Mill
14/20 Camp of U.S. Army
15/20 Drill Sergeants School, 1966
16/20 Air Defenders Statue
17/20 Nike Ajax, Fort Bliss Museum
18/20 Fort Bliss Fitness Center Stout
19/20 Nike Hercules, Fort Bliss Museum
20/20 Bliss Museum Nike Hercules
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