XVIII AIRBORNE CORPS HISTORY OFFICE PHOTOGRAPHS

Gallery #7

Gulf War Base Operations


Building housing Headquarters Commandant. Building housing Headquarters Commandant, XVIII Airborne Corps Main Command Post, Rafha Airport, Northern Province, Saudi Arabia, 5 February 1991, XVIII Airborne Corps History Office photograph by PFC John F. Freund, DS-F-155-31.
SSG James L. Leach (detector dog handler) with bomb dog Jupiter (Brand Number 367B in left ear) used as team to check vehicles entering compound [military vehicles normally exempted from anti-terrorist check] SSG James L. Leach (detector dog handler) with "bomb" dog Jupiter (Brand Number 367B in left ear) used as team to check vehicles entering compound [military vehicles normally exempted from anti-terrorist check], 118th Military Police Company security at entrance to XVIII Airborne Corps Main Command Post, Rafha Airport, Northern Province, Saudi Arabia, 8 February 1991, XVIII Airborne Corps History Office photograph by SSG LaDona S. Kirkland, DS-F-163-02.
Front gate, 118th Military Police Company security at entrance to XVIII Airborne Corps Main Command Post Front gate, 118th Military Police Company security at entrance to XVIII Airborne Corps Main Command Post, Rafha Airport, Northern Province, Saudi Arabia, 8 February 1991, XVIII Airborne Corps History Office photograph by SSG LaDona S. Kirkland, DS-F-163-19.
View of XVIII Airborne Corps Artillery compound from center View of XVIII Airborne Corps Artillery compound from center, XVIII Airborne Corps Artillery operations, Northern Province, Saudi Arabia (southeast of Rafha),8 February 1991, XVIII Airborne Corps History Office photograph by PFC John F. Freund, DS-F-164-10.
Camouflaged individual fighting position. Camouflaged individual fighting position, XVIII Airborne Corps Artillery operations, Northern Province, Saudi Arabia (southeast of Rafha),8 February 1991, XVIII Airborne Corps History Office photograph by PFC John F. Freund, DS-F-164-17.
Anti-terrorist roadblock near terminal. Anti-terrorist roadblock near terminal, XVIII Airborne Corps support operations, Logistical Base CHARLIE Forward Landing Strip (FLS) on the Trans-Arabian Pipeline ("Tapline") Road, Northern Province, Saudi Arabia (southeast of Rafha); King Fahd International Airport, Eastern Province, Saudi Arabia (north of Dhahran), 11 February 1991, XVIII Airborne Corps History Office photograph by PFC John F. Freund, DS-F-166-33.
Waste burning detail. Waste burning detail, 18th Aviation Brigade operations, Vicinity of Logistical Base CHARLIE, Northern Province, Saudi Arabia (southeast of Rafha), 11 February 1991, XVIII Airborne Corps History Office photograph by SGT Randall M. Yackiel, DS-F-169-10.

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