On the Coast and More Weapons: March 27-28, 1991

Steven Dutch, Natural and Applied Sciences, University of Wisconsin - Green Bay
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On Patrol, March 27, 1991

This nifty logo is on the roadside leading to and from Kuwait Airport.

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I liked this modernistic mosque. Can you tell?

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These are my only views of the Kuwait Towers. My good closeups came out horribly underexposed, either because my light meter malfunctioned or because I set the film speed wrong. The mission here is to post warnings about mines.

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Oil fires lighting the night sky, March 27, 1991

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Camp Freedom, March 28, 1991

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Our staff headquarters. Note the Green Bay flag hanging from the ceiling.

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Captured Weapons, March 28, 1991

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This item aroused a lot of interest, with most people thinking it was a Chinese Silkworm cruise missile. I had doubts since the writing on it was all Cyrillic. We later found it was a Russian missile called a Styx.


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