Third Army prepares to meet security agreement

By U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Lynette Hoke & Spc. Bradley J. Wancour, Third Army/ARCENT PAODecember 9, 2011

CAMP VIRGINIA, Kuwait - Soldiers ground guide tactical vehicles into the Four Corners yard here Dec. 6. After the long journey from Iraq, the vehicles and equipment will go to the Redistribution Property Assistance Team yard to be staged for redeployment back to the U.S. Third Army is shaping the future by meeting the security agreement while building and maintaining multinational partnerships throughout the region.
1 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – CAMP VIRGINIA, Kuwait - Soldiers ground guide tactical vehicles into the Four Corners yard here Dec. 6. After the long journey from Iraq, the vehicles and equipment will go to the Redistribution Property Assistance Team yard to be staged for redeployment back to the U.S. Third Army is shaping the future by meeting the security agreement while building and maintaining multinational partnerships throughout the region. (Photo Credit: U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Lynette Hoke, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 34th Infantry Division Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
CAMP VIRGINIA, Kuwait - Soldiers download equipment at the Four Corners yard here Dec. 6. After downloading the vehicles, they will be staged for redeployment back to the U.S. The transition of troops and equipment are part of the Dec. 31 security agreement deadline in Iraq. Third Army is shaping the future by meeting the security agreement while building and maintaining multinational partnerships throughout the region.
2 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – CAMP VIRGINIA, Kuwait - Soldiers download equipment at the Four Corners yard here Dec. 6. After downloading the vehicles, they will be staged for redeployment back to the U.S. The transition of troops and equipment are part of the Dec. 31 security agreement deadline in Iraq. Third Army is shaping the future by meeting the security agreement while building and maintaining multinational partnerships throughout the region. (Photo Credit: U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Lynette Hoke, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 34th Infantry Division Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
CAMP VIRGINIA, Kuwait - As Soldiers and equipment come through Khabari Crossing, tactical vehicles and equipment will go to the Four Corners yard to be downloaded before they are staged for redeployment back to the U.S. here Dec. 6. The transition of troops and equipment are part of the Dec. 31 security agreement deadline in Iraq. Third Army is shaping the future by meeting the security agreement while building and maintaining multinational partnerships throughout the region.
3 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – CAMP VIRGINIA, Kuwait - As Soldiers and equipment come through Khabari Crossing, tactical vehicles and equipment will go to the Four Corners yard to be downloaded before they are staged for redeployment back to the U.S. here Dec. 6. The transition of troops and equipment are part of the Dec. 31 security agreement deadline in Iraq. Third Army is shaping the future by meeting the security agreement while building and maintaining multinational partnerships throughout the region. (Photo Credit: U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Lynette Hoke, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 34th Infantry Division Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
CAMP VIRGINIA, Kuwait - As Soldiers and equipment come through Khabari Crossing, tactical vehicles and equipment will go to the Four Corners yard here Dec. 6. The vehicles will be downloaded before they are staged for redeployment back to the U.S. The transition of troops and equipment are part of the Dec. 31 security agreement deadline in Iraq. Third Army is shaping the future by meeting the security agreement while building and maintaining multinational partnerships throughout the region.
4 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – CAMP VIRGINIA, Kuwait - As Soldiers and equipment come through Khabari Crossing, tactical vehicles and equipment will go to the Four Corners yard here Dec. 6. The vehicles will be downloaded before they are staged for redeployment back to the U.S. The transition of troops and equipment are part of the Dec. 31 security agreement deadline in Iraq. Third Army is shaping the future by meeting the security agreement while building and maintaining multinational partnerships throughout the region. (Photo Credit: U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Lynette Hoke, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 34th Infantry Division Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
CAMP VIRGINIA, Kuwait - Civilian contractors install a 25 foot tower at the Command Press Information Center here Dec. 5. The tower will support a Defense Video & Imagery Distribution System satellite that will be used by public affairs personnel during the withdrawal of troops and equipment from Iraq. The transition of troops and equipment will meet the Dec. 31 deadline of the security agreement in Iraq. Third Army is shaping the future by meeting the security agreement while building and maintaining multinational partnerships throughout the region.
5 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – CAMP VIRGINIA, Kuwait - Civilian contractors install a 25 foot tower at the Command Press Information Center here Dec. 5. The tower will support a Defense Video & Imagery Distribution System satellite that will be used by public affairs personnel during the withdrawal of troops and equipment from Iraq. The transition of troops and equipment will meet the Dec. 31 deadline of the security agreement in Iraq. Third Army is shaping the future by meeting the security agreement while building and maintaining multinational partnerships throughout the region. (Photo Credit: U.S. Army photo by Spc. Bradley J. Wancour, Third ArmyARCENT PAO) VIEW ORIGINAL
CAMP VIRGINIA, Kuwait - Tactical vehicles are staged in the Four Corners yard here before they are redeployed back to the U.S. Dec. 6. Third Army is dedicated to meeting the security agreement of transitioning troops and equipment from Iraq by Dec. 31.
6 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – CAMP VIRGINIA, Kuwait - Tactical vehicles are staged in the Four Corners yard here before they are redeployed back to the U.S. Dec. 6. Third Army is dedicated to meeting the security agreement of transitioning troops and equipment from Iraq by Dec. 31. (Photo Credit: U.S. Army photo by Spc. Bradley J. Wancour, Third ArmyARCENT PAO) VIEW ORIGINAL