Steven Dutch, Professor Emeritus, Natural and Applied Sciences, University of Wisconsin - Green Bay
|I can't say these pictures flood me with happy memories, but the frost on the trees after the clouds lifted was beautiful. The peak, Bratilo, is 3900 feet high.|
|Bridge over the Drinaca. There's a plaque commemorating a skirmish between partisans and Germans during World War II.|
|Below: Camp Diane in the snow||Above: One horsepower transportation|
This is the battalion commander's Bradley after it hit a mine. Nobody was hurt, but I bet their ears rang. This mine business was serious. It was about this time an otherwise sharp NCO ended his career for good by fiddling with a mine. To this day, nobody knows why he did.
|Left: the motor pool ar Demi
It was beautiful but the roads were too snowy to get up into the hills.
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