Fort Clayton, Panama City, Panama Viejo,
Albrook Air Station
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Photo,  Central Complex, Fort Clayton

Fort Clayton, Panama. Central building complex viewed from the west.

XVIII Airborne Corps History Office photograph, 3 January 1990, by Maj. R. Wright.

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Photo, Mortar Crater, Fort Clayton

Fort Clayton, Panama. Crater left by P.D.F. mortar round fired 20 December 1989 into the south end of the 193d Infantry Brigade parade field. View looking west.

XVIII Airborne Corps History Office photograph, 1 January 1990, by Maj. R. Wright.

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Photo, Building 200, Fort Clayton

Fort Clayton, Panama. Building 200 (Headquarters, 193d Infantry Brigade), viewed from the south.

XVIII Airborne Corps History Office photograph, 1 January 1990, by Maj. R. Wright.

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Photo, Personal vehicles damaged in parking lot, Fort Clayton

Fort Clayton, Panama. Personal vehicles in the parking lot south of Buildings 219 and 220 damaged by P.D.F. mortar fire on 20 December 1989.

XVIII Airborne Corps History Office photograph, 1 January 1990, by Maj. R. Wright.

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Photo, Ancon Hill, Fort Clayton

Fort Clayton, Panama. View to Ancon Hill taken from the vicinity of the Miraflores Locks.

XVIII Airborne Corps History Office photograph, 3 January 1990, by Maj. R. Wright.

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Photo, North end of post, Fort Clayton

Fort Clayton, Panama. The north end of the post, view looking to the southeast, towards Panama City.

XVIII Airborne Corps History Office photograph, 3 January 1990, by Maj. R. Wright.

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Photo, 35th Signal Brigade, Fort Clayton

Fort Clayton, Panama. Equipment of the 35th Signal Brigade set up in the housing area.

XVIII Airborne Corps History Office photograph, 3 January 1990, by Maj. R. Wright.

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Photo, Panama City

Panama City, Panama. Supreme Court (white building) and Saint Francis of Assisi Church. El Chorillo (left) and Santa Anna (right) districts and Ancon Hill in the background.

XVIII Airborne Corps History Office photograph, 4 January 1990, by Maj. R. Wright.

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Photo, Panama City

Panama City, Panama. Punta Paitilla area with the airfield, seen from the southeast.

XVIII Airborne Corps History Office photograph, 4 January 1990, by Maj. R. Wright.

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Photo, Panama City

Panama City, Panama. Marriott Hotel, viewed from the southeast.

XVIII Airborne Corps History Office photograph, 4 January 1990, by Maj. R. Wright.

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Photo, Panama Viejo

Panama Viejo, Panama. P.D.F. Cavalry Squadron compound ("cuartel") viewed from the southeast.

XVIII Airborne Corps History Office photograph, 4 January 1990, by Maj. R. Wright.

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Photo, Panama Viejo

Panama Viejo, Panama. Ruins used by 1st Brigade, 82d Airborne Division, as Tactical Operations Center. Viewed from the south.

XVIII Airborne Corps History Office photograph, 4 January 1990, by Maj. R. Wright.

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Photo, Panama Viejo

Panama Viejo, Panama. Ruins used by 1st Brigade, 82d Airborne Division, as Tactical Operations Center. Viewed from the south.

XVIII Airborne Corps History Office photograph, 4 January 1990, by Maj. R. Wright.

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Photo, Panama Viejo

Panama Viejo, Panama. P.D.F. Cavalry Squadron compound ("cuartel") and ruins used by 1st Brigade, 82d Airborne Division, as Tactical Operations Center. Viewed from the southeast.

XVIII Airborne Corps History Office photograph, 4 January 1990, by Maj. R. Wright.

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Photo, Panama Viejo

Panama Viejo, Panama. P.D.F. Cavalry Squadron compound ("cuartel") and ruins used by 1st Brigade, 82d Airborne Division, as Tactical Operations Center. Viewed from the east.

XVIII Airborne Corps History Office photograph, 4 January 1990, by Maj. R. Wright.

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Photo, Complejo Simon Bolivar

Panama. Complejo Simon Bolivar (P.D.F. complex on the southern side of Albrook Air Station), viewed from the north.

XVIII Airborne Corps History Office photograph, 4 January 1990, by Maj. R. Wright.

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Photo, P.D.F. Engineer Compound

Panama. P.D.F. Engineer Compound adjacent to Albrook Air Station, viewed from the west.

XVIII Airborne Corps History Office photograph, 4 January 1990, by Maj. R. Wright.

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Photo, P.D.F. Engineer Compound

Panama. P.D.F. Engineer Compound adjacent to Albrook Air Station, viewed from the south.

XVIII Airborne Corps History Office photograph, 4 January 1990, by Maj. R. Wright.

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Photo, D.N.T.T. facility

Panama. D.N.T.T. facility adjacent to Albrook Air Station, viewed to the southeast.

XVIII Airborne Corps History Office photograph, 4 January 1990, by Maj. R. Wright.

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Photo, Balboa District, Panama

Balboa District, Panama. Headquarters of the Panama Canal Commission, viewed from the northeast.

XVIII Airborne Corps History Office photograph, 4 January 1990, by Maj. R. Wright.

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Photo, Albrook Air Station, Panama

Albrook Air Station, Panama. Captured enemy equipment collection point, viewed from the south.

XVIII Airborne Corps History Office photograph, 4 January 1990, by Maj. R. Wright.

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Photo, P.D.F. Compound

Panama. P.D.F. Engineer Compound adjacent to Albrook Air Station, viewed from the west.

XVIII Airborne Corps History Office photograph, 4 January 1990, by Maj. R. Wright.

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