• KHABARI CROSSING, Kuwait - Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicles enter through the Kuwait/Iraq border pre-dawn Dec. 18. Shortly before 3 a.m., a series of convoys left Iraq, culminating with the final convoy of Operation New Dawn entering Kuwait around 7:45 a.m. Despite the departure, the U.S. will continue to build and strengthen a mutually beneficial partnership with Iraq. Third Army facilitated the redeployment, repositioning and retrograde of more than 50,000 personnel, 28,000 pieces of rolling stock and 800,000 non-rolling items.

    Third Army welcomes transitioning troops

    KHABARI CROSSING, Kuwait - Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicles enter through the Kuwait/Iraq border pre-dawn Dec. 18. Shortly before 3 a.m., a series of convoys left Iraq, culminating with the final convoy of Operation New Dawn entering Kuwait...

  • KHABARI CROSSING, Kuwait - Lt. Gen. Vincent K. Brooks (second from left), Third Army/ARCENT Commanding General and Alexandria, Va. native, poses with various Kuwaiti personnel here Dec. 18. Lt. Gen. Brooks was amongst the dozens of U.S. Servicemembers, Kuwaiti leaders and civilian media welcoming the last convoy out of Iraq as Operation New Dawn came to an end. Third Army facilitated the redeployment, repositioning and retrograde of more than 50,000 personnel, 28,000 pieces of rolling stock and 800,000 non-rolling items.

    Third Army welcomes transitioning troops

    KHABARI CROSSING, Kuwait - Lt. Gen. Vincent K. Brooks (second from left), Third Army/ARCENT Commanding General and Alexandria, Va. native, poses with various Kuwaiti personnel here Dec. 18. Lt. Gen. Brooks was amongst the dozens of U.S. Servicemembers...

  • KHABARI CROSSING, Kuwait - Lt. Gen. Vincent K. Brooks (right), Third Army/ARCENT Commanding General and Alexandria, Va. native, talks with leaders of Third Army's Command Press Information Center Dec. 18. The CPIC, lead by the Third Army/ARCENT public affairs team, facilitated dozens of media personnel who flew to Kuwait to cover the end of Operation New Dawn. Third Army facilitated the redeployment, repositioning and retrograde of more than 50,000 personnel, 28,000 pieces of rolling stock and 800,000 non-rolling items.

    Third Army welcomes transitioning troops

    KHABARI CROSSING, Kuwait - Lt. Gen. Vincent K. Brooks (right), Third Army/ARCENT Commanding General and Alexandria, Va. native, talks with leaders of Third Army's Command Press Information Center Dec. 18. The CPIC, lead by the Third Army/ARCENT public...

  • KHABARI CROSSING, Kuwait - A U.S. Soldier stands at attention while a Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicle passes by Dec. 18. Throughout a five-hour period of time, more than 100 vehicles across five convoys left Iraq and entered through the gate here. The last convoy that crossed the border signaled the end of the transition of troops and equipment from Iraq as Operation New Dawn came to a close. Despite the final battalion's departure, the U.S. will continue to build and strengthen a mutually beneficial partnership with Iraq. Third Army facilitated the redeployment, repositioning and retrograde of more than 50,000 personnel, 28,000 pieces of rolling stock and 800,000 non-rolling items.

    Third Army welcomes transitioning troops

    KHABARI CROSSING, Kuwait - A U.S. Soldier stands at attention while a Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicle passes by Dec. 18. Throughout a five-hour period of time, more than 100 vehicles across five convoys left Iraq and entered through the gate...

  • KHABARI CROSSING, Kuwait - Lt. Gen. Vincent K. Brooks (left), Third Army/ARCENT Commanding General and Alexandria, Va. native, greets a Kuwaiti religious leader here Dec. 16. Lt. Gen. Brooks spent the morning conversing with Servicemembers, meeting with key Kuwaiti leaders, and welcoming U.S. troops into Kuwait.  Even though U.S. troops left the country, the U.S. will continue to build and strengthen a mutually beneficial partnership with Iraq. Third Army facilitated the redeployment, repositioning and retrograde of more than 50,000 personnel, 28,000 pieces of rolling stock and 800,000 non-rolling items.

    Third Army welcomes transitioning troops

    KHABARI CROSSING, Kuwait - Lt. Gen. Vincent K. Brooks (left), Third Army/ARCENT Commanding General and Alexandria, Va. native, greets a Kuwaiti religious leader here Dec. 16. Lt. Gen. Brooks spent the morning conversing with Servicemembers, meeting...

  • KHABARI CROSSING, Kuwait - An elated U.S. Soldier celebrates through the turret of a Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicle Dec. 18. The Soldier was a part of the last convoy to leave Iraq as part of Operation New Dawn. Despite the troops' departure, the U.S. will continue to build and strengthen a mutually beneficial partnership with Iraq. Third Army facilitated the redeployment, repositioning and retrograde of more than 50,000 personnel, 28,000 pieces of rolling stock and 800,000 non-rolling items.

    Third Army welcomes transitioning troops

    KHABARI CROSSING, Kuwait - An elated U.S. Soldier celebrates through the turret of a Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicle Dec. 18. The Soldier was a part of the last convoy to leave Iraq as part of Operation New Dawn. Despite the troops' departure...

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