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Forts in Manhattan

                                               

1796 Pattern British Infantry Officers Sword

The 1796 Pattern British Infantry Officers Sword was carried by officers of the line infantry in the British Army between 1796 and the time of its official replacement with the gothic hilted sword in 1822. This period encompassed the whole of the ...

                                               

Ten Year Rule

The Ten Year Rule was a British government guideline, first adopted in August 1919, that the armed forces should draft their estimates "on the assumption that the British Empire would not be engaged in any great war during the next ten years". Th ...

                                               

Naval history of Korea

The naval history of Korea dates back thousands of years since the prehistoric times when simple fishing ships were used. Military naval history dates back to the Three Kingdoms period and Unified Silla dynasties of Korea in the 7th century. Beca ...

                                               

780th Military Intelligence Brigade (United States)

The 780th Military Intelligence Brigade conducts signals intelligence and cyberspace operations to create operational effects in and through the cyberspace domain to gain and maintain freedom of action required to support the United States Army a ...

                                               

Reconnaissance & Surveillance Squadron

The Reconnaissance & Surveillance Squadron is a specialized unit within the US Armys Battlefield Surveillance Brigade that blends ground Cavalry troops with an elite Long Range Surveillance Airborne Infantry Company continuing the s march toward ...

                                               

Battlefield surveillance brigades of the United States Army

                                               

138th Military Intelligence Company

                                               

Military Intelligence battalions of the United States Army

                                               

Military Intelligence Corps officers

                                               

Joint Task Force-Civil Support

Joint Task Force Civil Support is a subordinate command of United States Northern Command headquartered at Fort Eustis. Its mission is to provide command and control for Department of Defense forces deployed in support of the National Response Pl ...

                                               

Joint Interagency Task Force West

Joint Interagency Task Force West is a standing United States military joint task force with the mission of combating drug-related transnational organized crime in the Indo-Asia-Pacific. JIATF Wests area of responsibility is that of United States ...

                                               

Joint Task Force 1

                                               

Joint Task Force 435

Combined Joint Interagency Task Force 435 is a subordinate command of U.S. Forces-Afghanistan and includes U.S. service members from the Army, Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force, plus Department of Defense civilians, contractors and Coalition membe ...

                                               

Joint Task Force Lebanon

Joint Task Force Lebanon is a U.S. European Command operational unit established in 2006 and assigned responsibility for U.S. military support to the American Embassy in Beirut and to help U.S. Department of State led humanitarian assistance effo ...

                                               

Joint Task Force-Homeland Defense

Source: JTF-HD PAO Commander of U.S. Pacific Command established a Joint Task Force for Homeland Defense JTF-HD with Commander of U.S. Army, Pacific - Headquartered at Fort Shafer, Hawaii as the designated Commander. Joint Task Force Homeland Def ...

                                               

Unified combatant command

A unified combatant command is a command of the United States Armed Forces that is composed of units from at least two service branches and has a broad and continuing mission. These commands are established to provide effective command and contro ...

                                               

United States Strike Command

In 1961 the United States Strike Command was established at MacDill Air Force Base as a unified combatant command capable of responding to global crises. The name of the command was originally derived from the acronym for Swift Tactical Reaction ...

                                               

104th Logistic Support Brigade (United Kingdom)

The Brigade commands Land Forces logistic enabling capabilities: Attached medical assets, field hospitals, field ambulances and medical support squadrons. Operational Hygiene. Port and Maritime which includes a Vehicle Specialist. Mortuary Affair ...

                                               

CAD Longtown

                                               

CAD Monkton Farleigh

                                               

CAD Nesscliffe

                                               

DMC Longtown

                                               

Ernesettle Fort

                                               

Ammunition dumps in Pembrokeshire

                                               

AAFES Depot Grunstadt

AAFES Depot Grunstadt is the German name for the GRDC Gruenstadt Distribution Center of the AAFES. In Grunstadt it is simply called the" depot”. The "depot" was founded in 1953. The bakery located in the depot Grunstadt is providing most of the b ...

                                               

Defense Ammunition Center (United States)

The Defense Ammunition Center is the United States Department of Defense’s focal point for ammunition knowledge and logistical support. It is responsible for explosives safety, logistics engineering, transportability, training, depot/garrison doc ...

                                               

Military Ocean Terminal

Military Ocean Terminals are operated by the U.S. Army Surface Deployment and Distribution Command for distribution of surface cargo from storage and repair depots to military forward based units.

                                               

New Orleans Military Ocean Terminal

New Orleans Military Ocean Terminal was a large military ocean terminal at New Orleans, Louisiana. It served as a transfer point between rail, trucks, and ships for the import and export of weapons, ammunition, explosives and military equipment f ...

                                               

Entpannungspanzer 65

The Entpannungspanzer 65 is a Swiss armored recovery vehicle developed by Eidgenoessische Konstruktionswerkstaette Thun in the late 1960s. The vehicle served as a traveling workshop for the Swiss military. The prototype for the Entpannungspanzer ...

                                               

Tracked armoured recovery vehicles

                                               

Wheeled armoured recovery vehicles

                                               

George Maclean (commissary general)

Sir George Maclean KCB was a Commissary General in the British Army. Born in Dysart, Fife, in 1795, George Maclean was the son of William Maclean, himself the son of George MacAllan, a Dysart Colliery manager. George Maclean entered the commissar ...

                                               

Japan Air Material Area

The Japan Air Material Area was an Air Material Area at Tachikawa Air Base that was replaced by the Far East Air Materiel Command. FEAMCOM assumed its title at Fuchu Air Station, Japan, after January 1947. In July 1949 FEAMCOM was moved again to ...

                                               

Rome Air Material Area

                                               

Warner Robins Air Service Area Command

                                               

Maintenance wings of the United States Air Force

                                               

Warner Robins Air Service Command

                                               

Intermediate service commands of the United States Army Air Forces

                                               

37 Field Workshop SAOSC

                                               

22d Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron

The 22d Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron was a unit of the United States Air Force. It was created in 1957 in South Carolina, and inactivated on 1 July 1970.

                                               

23rd Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron

The 23d Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron was a unit of the United States Air Force. It was activated on 1 July 1994, the same day the 1st Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron was inactivated. On 1 April 1997, the 23 AES was inactivated and the 43rd Aer ...

                                               

34th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron

The 34th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron is a unit of the United States Air Force. It is part of the 302d Airlift Wing at Peterson AFB, Colorado. It is a component of Air Force Reserve Command of the United States Air Force, and is part of the ai ...

                                               

43rd Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron

The 43d Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron is a unit of the United States Air Force. It is part of the 43d Air Mobility Operations Group at Pope Army Air Field, North Carolina. It is a component of Eighteenth Air Force and Air Mobility Command of th ...

                                               

86th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron

The 86th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron is a unit of the United States Air Force. It is part of the 86th Operations Group, 86th Airlift Wing at Ramstein Air Base, Germany. It is a component of Third Air Force and United States Air Forces Europe. ...

                                               

Medical Commands of the United States Army

                                               

Medical companies of the United States Army

                                               

Medical detachments of the United States Army

                                               

Aeromedical evacuation groups of the United States Air Force

                                               

Medical wings of the United States Air Force

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