Fort Bliss VI

Fort Bliss VI

Fort Bliss VI

Fort Bliss VI

Fort Bliss VI

Fort Bliss VI

Fort Bliss VI

Fort Bliss VI

Fort Bliss VI

Fort Bliss VI

Fort Bliss VI

Fort Bliss VI

Fort Bliss VI

Fort Bliss VI

Fort Bliss VI

Fort Bliss VI

Fort Bliss VI

Fort Bliss VI

Fort Bliss VI

Fort Bliss VI

Bliss Museum Nike Ajax

Bliss Museum 7-1-09 a-i The Fort Bliss Museum is located on Main Post near the Marshall Gate off Fred Wilson Road. When I was stationed at Bliss in the late 1960s, the missiles on display were scattered around the Reception Area on Main Post. Since these pictures were taken, some have been moved to another post altogether. Bliss Museum Nike Ajax 7-1-09

Area: Northeast / Ft. Bliss

Collection: Snapshots of El Paso (1966-2012)

Source: Leo Miletich

Reference ID: Disc 3: Fort Bliss

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Now it is called the 1st Armored Div museum

Air Defenders

Air Defenders 7-1-09 a & b This statue, Air Defenders, is by Steve Streadbeck and is located on Main Post just inside the Pershing Gate.

Area: Northeast / Ft. Bliss

Collection: Snapshots of El Paso (1966-2012)

Source: Leo Miletich

Reference ID: Disc 3: Fort Bliss

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Rocket Launcher

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this statue has been removed and a WWll tank is installed

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ARMY

Fort Bliss, in 1846, Colonel Alexander Doniphan led 1st Regiment of Missouri mounted volunteers through El Paso del Norte, with victories at the Battle of El Brazito and the Battle of the Sacramento. Then on 7 November 1848, War Department General Order no. 58 ordered the establishment of a post across from El Paso del Norte now Ciudad Juárez. On 8 September 1849, the garrison party of several companies of the 3rd U.S. Infantry ('The Old Guard', currently the oldest active duty regiment in the US Army), commanded by Major Jefferson Van Horne, found only four small and scattered settlements on the north side of the Rio Grande. The Post opposite El Paso del Norte was first established at the site of Coon's Ranch, protected recently won territory from harassing Apaches and Comanches, provided law and order, and escorted the forty-niners. (The post became Fort Bliss on 8 March 1854.) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fort_Bliss Image Description: Black and white photograph of volunteers in horse drawn carriages. The image is taken at a turn where a large line of carriages can be seen in the distance. A couple telegraph lines are in the background alongside a house and mountains in the far distance.

Area: Central / Old Ft. Bliss

Source: EPMH

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Soldiers on Parade

Fort Bliss, In 1846, Colonel Alexander Doniphan led 1st Regiment of Missouri mounted volunteers through El Paso del Norte, with victories at the Battle of El Brazito and the Battle of the Sacramento. Then on 7 November 1848, War Department General Order no. 58 ordered the establishment of a post across from El Paso del Norte now Ciudad Juárez. On 8 September 1849, the garrison party of several companies of the 3rd U.S. Infantry ('The Old Guard', currently the oldest active duty regiment in the US Army), commanded by Major Jefferson Van Horne, found only four small and scattered settlements on the north side of the Rio Grande. The Post opposite El Paso del Norte was first established at the site of Coon's Ranch, protected recently won territory from harassing Apaches and Comanches, provided law and order, and escorted the forty-niners. (The post became Fort Bliss on 8 March 1854.) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fort_Bliss Image Description: Black and white photograph shows a group of several uniformed volunteers neatly marching in the street. They hold rifles in their left hand and rest them on their shoulder as thy march with the American flag among them. Behind the soldiers stand a building and a small corner of another building with people standing to view the volunteers march through. Telegraph lines can barely be seen above the marching volunteers head and at their feet a long shadow can be seen for each of them.

Area: Northeast / Ft. Bliss

Source: EPMH

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Evangelina's Official Military Photograph

Evangelina was stationed at Fort Bliss. She was 20 years old. She did basic training in Camp Lee, Virginia and signal corp training at Camp Gordon, Georgia

Creator: McCoy, Norma

Area: Central / South Central

Collection: Neighborhood photos

Source: Courtesy of Family of Evangelina Salazar Canchola

Reference ID: 0652

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March is Women's History Month. We thank all women who have protected our democracy.

Soldier Visiting Classroom

Fourt Bliss solder visited a classrom at Roosevelt Elementary school, El Paso, Texas.

Creator: Roosevelt Elementary

Area: Central / South Central

Collection: Neighborhood photos

Source: Courtesy of Roosevelt Elementary

Reference ID: 0563

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"God Bless You Mighty Riflemen"

Soldier with group of kids holding banners & American flags

Creator: Roosevelt Elementary

Area: Central / South Central

Collection: Neighborhood photos

Source: Courtesy of Roosevelt Elementary

Reference ID: 0562

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German Air Force HAWK Training Area at Fort Bliss

Instructor at demonstration of maintenance HAWK weapon system.

Area: Northeast / Ft. Bliss

Source: German Air Force Air Defense Center

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Back From Desert Storm

Soldier returning home from Desert Storm.

Area: Northeast / Biggs Field

Source: El Paso County HIstorical Society

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March is Women's History Month annually in USA. Photo taken in El Paso, TX. Clearly this woman glad for safe return of her soldier man.

"Photo taken in El Paso, TX." - Eva Ross

Returning Home From Desert Storm

In 1990–91, Biggs Army Airfield supported the large-scale airlift of forces and equipment deployed for Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm. Biggs Airfield continues to host C-5A Galaxies and other Air Force airlift aircraft which transport personnel and equipment on rotation to Southwest Asia and other theaters of operation. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BiggsArmyAirfield

Area: Northeast / Biggs Field

Source: El Paso County HIstorical Society

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Houses on Fort Bliss

The image shows two houses on Fort Bliss in 1910. A little girl is playing in the sand.

Area: Northeast / Ft. Bliss

Collection: Gertrude Fitzgerald Photographs

Source: University of Texas at El Paso Library - Special Collections Department

Reference ID: PH025-1-1-231

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these are actually barracks in which enlisted soldiers lived

Group of Military Personnel

This group of soldiers is posing in front of some tents on Fort Bliss, ca. 1900. Gertrude Fitzgerald, the photographer, focused on capturing military life in the beginning of the century.

Area: Northeast / Ft. Bliss

Collection: Gertrude Fitzgerald Photographs

Source: University of Texas at El Paso Library - Special Collections Department

Reference ID: PH025-1-1-213

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Ambulance Car

Soldiers are posing in front of a car. The sign on the side of the car says: "Ambulance Drivers Wanted".

Area: Out of Area / Out of Area

Collection: Gertrude Fitzgerald Photographs

Source: University of Texas at El Paso Library - Special Collections Department

Reference ID: PH025-1-1-209

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top speed 8mph

Two Soldiers in Car

These two soldiers are sitting in a Maxwell car. Maxwell was a automobile brand which manufactured cars in the United States between 1904 and 1925. The present-day successor to the Maxwell company is Chrysler Group.

Area: Northeast / Ft. Bliss

Collection: Gertrude Fitzgerald Photographs

Source: University of Texas at El Paso Library - Special Collections Department

Reference ID: PH025-1-1-206

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Fort Bliss Hospital

Title: East facade, looking west. Building 5 is shown in foreground - Fort Bliss, Post Hospital, Pershing Road, El Paso, El Paso County, TX Creator(s): Eisenhour, Thomas P., creator Date Created/Published: 2008 Medium: 4 x 5 in. Reproduction Number: HABS TX-3339-R-6 Rights Advisory: No known restrictions on images made by the U.S. Government; images copied from other sources may be restricted. (http://www.loc.gov/rr/print/res/114_habs.html) Call Number: HABS TX-3339-R-6 Repository: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.print Place: Texas -- El Paso County -- El Paso Latitude/Longitude: 31.75861, -106.48639 Collections: Historic American Buildings Survey/Historic American Engineering Record/Historic American Landscapes Survey

Area: Northeast / Ft. Bliss

Source: Library of Congress

Reference ID: Reproduction Number: HABS TX-3339-R-6

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Soldier on top of train

37th Div. Ohio National Guard, 112th Engineers.

Area: Northeast / Ft. Bliss

Source: El Paso Museum of History

Reference ID: H1996-031-008

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Soldiers digging on bank

37th Div. Ohio National Guard, 112th Engineers.

Area: Northeast / Ft. Bliss

Source: El Paso Museum of History

Reference ID: H1994-031-014

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Camp mascot

37th Div. Ohio National Guard, 112th Engineers.

Area: Northeast / Ft. Bliss

Source: El Paso Museum of History

Reference ID: H1994-031-007

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Soldiers in front of Sibley tent

37th Div. Ohio National Guard, 112th Engineers.

Area: Northeast / Ft. Bliss

Source: El Paso Museum of History

Reference ID: H1994-031-013

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Engineer wagon

Contents of wagon are laid out for inspection.

Area: Out of Area / Out of Area

Source: El Paso Museum of History

Reference ID: H1994-031-004

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