1948 Generals from Fort Bliss hosting a visit to Fort Bliss in honor of Authorities from Juarez, Mexico. Ignacio Angulo, City Administrator, Roberto Urrea, Mexican Consul, Carlos Villarreal, Juarez Mayor, Francisco Triana, and Juan Stockmeyer.
1948-Juarez Authorities at Fort Bliss
Report this entry
More from the same community-collection
The Fort Bliss Blood Donor Center has moved into a newly renovated building on main post, and the new facility...
Photo: Center- Lori Kuczmanski - Public Affairs Specialist
The Fort Bliss Blood Donor Center has moved into...
The spare horses are visible in the background, as well as the line of spectators in their automobiles.
This appears to be on the parade ground, with buildings to the left back.
The open sided shed in the center back is for the spare horses.
The two Generals are side by side - Pershing is on the grey horse.
This may be a review of the 1st Cavalry Division.
Col. Tompkins is leading - he was noted for his luxurious whiskers, seen in silhouette.
Air squadrons returning from duty in Europe were assigned to Ft. Bliss in 1919 to help patrol the border.
Note that the trucks do not have headlights, but there is a single adjustable searchlight where the driver or his...
This is probably the 1920 inspection at Ft. Bliss. Peggy is wearing a combination halter/bridle.
This photo shows the Ft. Bliss parade ground, looking past officers' row to the Franklin Mountains. Tanks, caissons, and other...
Weather and radar balloons used in the early 1900, and their still used today.
Tanks are being demonstrated in front of a civilian audience. This is probably the area below what is now the...
Gen. Pershing is on the grey horse.