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Saluting the Peacekeepers Banner
A U.S. Army soldier of the 502nd Engineering Company directs traffic across the pontoon bridge that links Croatia to Bosnia-Herzegovina. (U.S. Army Photograph by Specialist Alejandro Cabello)
MISSION COMPLETE – U.S. Air Force airmen of the 17th Air Logistics Squadron wave good-bye Dec. 8, 1995, to members of the French United Nations movement control center at the airport in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, as they take off in their C-17 Globemaster. The French team removed 62 metric tons of kerosene fuel and wood chips in just under 35 minutes from the plane in support of peacekeeping operations in Bosnia. U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Efrain Gonzalez. 12 More Photos
PHOTO ESSAY
A CH-47 Helicopter from the 159th Aviation Regiment picks up one of the 63 pieces of assault float bridging materials used to construct the float bridge between Croatia and Bosnia, while a Bradley Fighting Vehicle System provides ground security. U.S. Army photo by Sergeant Larry D. Aaron
 
Outgoing Task Force Eagle Command Sergeant Major Thomas Severe rolls the Task Force Eagle guidon before casing the colors during the disestablishment ceremony Nov. 24. Outgoing commander, Brig. Gen. T.J. Wright, and Gen. B.B. Bell, commander, USAREUR, look on at Eagle Base, Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina. U.S. Army photo
CASING THE COLORS – Outgoing Task Force Eagle Command Sergeant Major Thomas Severe rolls the Task Force Eagle guidon before casing the colors during the disestablishment ceremony Nov. 24. Outgoing commander, Brig. Gen. T.J. Wright, and Gen. B.B. Bell, commander, USAREUR, look on at Eagle Base, Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina. U.S. Army photo   Full Story
Ending War in Bosnia,
Enforcing Peace
WASHINGTON, Dec. 2, 2004 – The stabilization mission in Bosnia is complete and American service members who served in the region can look with pride on their accomplishments, DoD officials said today. European Union soldiers officially took over the Bosnia mission today. U.S. soldiers and their NATO allies have finished an almost nine-year mission in the Balkan country. More
A History of Conflict
SARAJEVO, BOSNIA, Jan. 3, 1996 – At the end of World War I, when the ethnically diverse Bosnian region came under the control of one government, later called Yugoslavia, the stage was being set for a deadly civil war. More
Colors Cased, Ceremony Marks Missions End
WASHINGTON, Dec. 1, 2004 – NATO has turned over control of operations in Bosnia to the European Union and the last U.S. peacekeeping troops in Bosnia are gone. More
 
A Look Back
Hope Prevails After War's Devastation
Progress Evident in Bosnia Mission
 
 
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