Thanksgiving at war
Soldiers have long found ways to savor a taste of the American holiday while serving overseas
U.S. troops in Westminster Cathedral, London, during a Thanksgiving service.
Two American airmen wait on their young British guests during a Thanksgiving party, which U.S. troops threw for 200 children at the American headquarters in London.
Two U.S. soldiers have their Thanksgiving meal in the ruins of a German frontier town.
A U.S. soldier shows off two turkeys that will be prepared for Thanksgiving lunch in Italy.
Two U.S. soldiers enjoy a traditional Thanksgiving dinner at Point Salines, Grenada, where more than 1,000 pounds of turkey was served to the more than 2,000 troops stationed on the island.
U.S. soldiers serving in the NATO-led peacekeeping mission in Kosovo cheer for TV cameras in the U.S. military base Camp Bondsteel in Eastern Kosovo.
U.S. Army soldiers run with their company during Thanksgiving events at Camp New York in the Kuwaiti desert.
U.S. troops ride a "gator" utility vehicle decorated to resemble a turkey during a parade before a traditional Thanksgiving meal at the Manas air base in Kyrgyzstan.
SPC John Dever of Chicago has Thanksgiving dinner while standing watch in a guard tower in Matakhan, Afghanistan.
Army soldiers eat their Thanksgiving meal at a combat outpost in Cherkatah, Afghanistan.
U.S. Army soldiers play touch football in the early morning hours on Thanksgiving at a military base in Zhari district, Afghanistan.
U.S. soldiers queue up for their Thanksgiving meal in Kabul, Afghanistan.
U.S. soldiers pray before eating a Thanksgiving meal at a dining hall at the U.S.-led coalition base in Kabul.