Description: This portrait photograph shows an unidentified Ohio soldier in military uniform, possibly dating to World War I. He wears a wool jacket with pins at the neck showing the initials "U.S." and the crossed sabres of a United States Army Cavalry Unit, and what appears to be an officer's cap. View on Ohio Memory. Image ID: P332_B3F1_059 Subjects: Military Ohio; Military uniforms; Soldiers -- Ohio -- Photographs;
Description: Ambrotype portrait showing Sargent Joseph Penn of Company I, 69th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, in his uniform. This item is missing the front cover of the case. It appears in "Over Here, Over There," an exhibit that opened at the Ohio History Center on July 1, 2011.
The 69th O.V.I. was organized in Columbus, Ohio, beginning in November 1861 and was active through July 17, 1865. They saw action at the Battle of Chickamauga, the Atlanta Campaign. the Battle of Kennesaw Mountain, and Sherman's March to the Sea, among other engagements. View on Ohio Memory. Image ID: AP1822_01 Subjects: Photography--Ohio--History--19th century; Ohio--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; Soldiers; Military uniforms Places: Ohio
Ohio troops during Persian Gulf War photographSave
Description: This photograph, part of the Rodger Cuccio Collection, is of a group of firefighters from Marion, Ohio, and C-130 air crewmen from Columbus holding the Ohio flag. It was taken in Safwan, Iraq, during the first Persian Gulf War in 1991. Rodger Cuccio was a member of the 356th Tactical Airlift Squadron stationed at Rickenbacker Air Force Base near Columbus. His unit, along with four others, was attached to the 907th Tactical Airlift Group, U.S. Airforce Reserve. This squadron, made up of over 250 servicemen and women, served in the Gulf War from January to June of 1991.
While in Kuwait, Cuccio’s unit flew over 2,000 sorties, hauled over 4,400 tons of cargo and moved more than 13,000 people during Operation Desert Storm. Additional missions of the 907th squadron included resupplying Kuwait City after its liberation, redeployment of troops from Iraq to Saudi Arabia following the signing of the United Nations peace treaty, and evacuation of Shiite Muslims from southern Iraq. The men and women of the 907th Tactical Airlift Group returned to Westover Air Force Base in Massachusetts on June 14, 1991, after 141 days overseas. Other photographs in the Cuccio Collection depict camp life for U.S. soldiers, old artillery and military aircraft, Kuwaiti refugees, and Kuwait City and the surrounding areas. View on Ohio Memory. Image ID: Om3215_3813083_001 Subjects: Military Ohio; Persian Gulf War, 1991; Soldiers; Flags; Military uniforms Places: Columbus (Ohio); Franklin County (Ohio); Marion (Ohio); Marion County (Ohio); Iraq
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