Command Sergeant Major Charles W. Albertson of the Tenth Mountain Division welcomes the National Guard unit. The Tenth Mountain was founded at Camp Hale, Colorado during WWII. It is now based at Fort Drum, New York.
From Tenth Mountain Division returns to Camp Hale
Ruins of the Field House at Camp Hale. Not much else is left.
Tenth Mountain monument at the entrance to Ski Cooper ski area at 11,700 feet near Leadville. This was the original ski slope for the division.
No more wooden skis
We Climbed to Glory
10th Mountain Division veteran puts new 10th Mountain patch on National Guard soldier
Modern mountain infantry camoflauge
Vigilant ghost from the past
1st Battalion 157th Infantry (mountain)
The motto of the 157th Mountain Infantry, Colorado National Guard
157th mountain infantry troops with climbing belts
National Guard soldier overlooks ceremony honoring their ties to the original 10th Mountain Division
157th mountain infantry ski troops
Tenth Mountain veteran
Display of WWII Tenth Mountain equipment
National Guard soldier in cold weather insulated uniform
Modern mountain infantry equipment
Tenth Mountain reenactor Terry Weaver in WWII winter whites
WWII era Tenth Mountain reenactors John Breeding (l) and Nathan Watanabe (r).
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