This Is Our Army 2005

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This Is Our Army 2005


Ali, Rob, Soldiers Magazine


SOLDIERS is proud to present This Is Our Army 2005--a pictorial record of the world's greatest Army supporting a nation in the global war on terrorism.

The photographers who share these images from the past year have captured for posterity what it means to be a Soldier. The Soldiers, family members and civilians who are the Army have great stories to tell--stories of service to the nation in Iraq, Afghanistan or elsewhere, of sweating through tough training, of facing tense moments while maintaining peace somewhere in the world, of managing the infinite complexities of running an Army community and of raising Army families.

We thank all who took the time to find and tell those stories in pictures and allow us a glimpse into the daily fives of the men and women who are America's Army. The staff here at Soldiers is proud to tell their stories.

Rob Ali

Editor in Chief

1 SSG Chris Golde of Task Force 121 Infantry patrols a camp for displaced Kurds near Kirkuk, Iraq.--SPC Sean Kimmons

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2 SPC Adam Wiltsey of Company B, 1st Battalion, 81st Armored Regiment, hands out candy to Iraqi children near Balad.--Staff Sgt. Shane A. Cuomo, USAF

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3 Soldiers raise the flag during a ceremony establishing a U.S. Embassy regional office in AI Hilla, Iraq.--Staff Sgt. Ashley Brokop, USAF

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4 SPC Elizabeth Jarry, a dental technician with the 118th Medical Bn., shows an Iraqi girl how to brush her teeth.--SSG David E. Gillespie

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1 SPC Pinael Roamel of the Puerto Rico Army National Guard's 215th Engineer Detachment dons his gear.--CPL Benjamin Cossel

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2 Members of the 353rd Civil Affairs Command conduct convoy-operations training at Fort McCoy, Wis.--Rob Schuette

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3 A Soldier of the 3rd U.S. Inf. (The Old Guard) from Fort Myer, Va., stands watch over the coffin of former President Ronald Reagan.--PH1 Jon D. Gesch, USN

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4 Clay King of the Fort McCoy recreation staff adjusts a snow-making machine at the post's Whitetail Ridge Recreation Area.--Rob Schuette

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5 CPT Matt Smith (at left) and his civilian team mates win a bronze medal in the 2003 FISA rowing championships in Milan, Italy.--Joel Rogers

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6 Soldiers of V Corps' 1st Armd. Division stand in formation in Wiesbaden, Germany, during the dedication of a memorial to division Soldiers killed during Operation Iraqi Freedom.--SPC Kristopher Joseph

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7 MAJ Trudy Salerno treats a donkey during a medical assistance visit to a village in Afghanistan.--SPC Thomas Bray

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8 Soldiers of TF 1st Bn., 14th Inf., re-enlist before heading out on a mission to Najaf from Kirkuk Air Base, Iraq.--SPC Sean Kimmons

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9 CPT David Minascheck, a civil-affairs officer with 3rd Bn., 82nd Field Artillery Regt., hands out book bags and handshakes to students in a primary school outside Al Mansour, Iraq.--SPC Al Barrus.

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1 SFC Todd Philips of the Army Reserve's 85th Div. crawls through a culvert during cold-weather survival training at Fort McCoy.--Anita Johnson

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2 Soldiers of the 1st Cavalry Div. cross a bridge spanning Iraq's Tigris River during an early morning operation.--CPL Benjamin Cossel

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3 A re-enactor slides his saber through a ring during a living history demonstration at Fort Leavenworth, Kan.--Prudence Siebert

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4 Soldiers of the 367th Engineer Bn. move a "casualty" during an exercise at Fort McCoy.--Lou Ann M. Mittelstaedt

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5 A member of the U. …

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