1/20 Bliss Museum Nike Ajax
2/20 Air Defenders
4/20 Soldiers on Parade
5/20 Evangelina's Official Military Photograph
6/20 Soldier Visiting Classroom
7/20 "God Bless You Mighty Riflemen"
8/20 German Air Force HAWK Training Area at Fort Bliss
9/20 Back From Desert Storm
10/20 Returning Home From Desert Storm
11/20 Houses on Fort Bliss
12/20 Group of Military Personnel
13/20 Ambulance Car
14/20 Two Soldiers in Car
15/20 Fort Bliss Hospital
16/20 Soldier on top of train
17/20 Soldiers digging on bank
18/20 Camp mascot
19/20 Soldiers in front of Sibley tent
20/20 Engineer wagon
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Area view of Fort Bliss between 1910 and 1920.
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This replica gives the visitor an idea about the construction of the old Fort Bliss buildings.
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First Lieutenant Charles Bare Gatewood (April 5, 1853 – May 20, 1896) was an American soldier born in Woodstock, Virginia....
In the spring of 1882, the 3rd Cavalry was transferred to Arizona to deal with the Apache. Crawford was assigned...
In the spring of 1882, the 3rd Cavalry was transferred to Arizona to deal with the Apache. He and Lt....
With the outbreak of hostilities between the United States and Mexico in May 1846, Col. Alexander Doniphan and his Missouri...
The Air Defense Artillery Association welcoming Desert Storm troops
The story of this photo was written on the back. "This picture taken June 1920 at Ft. Bliss, Texas, at...
Photo: General Omar N. Bradley is to left of the image.
From 1977 until his death in...
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