I came across some winter time military photographs that looked like lost frames from the Battle of Hoth, in The Empire Strikes Back. So much, in fact, that I couldn't resist adding some laser gun turrets and AT-ATs.
A U.S. Air Force airman defrosts a C-130J Super Hercules at Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan.
U.S. Soldier from 56th Engineer Company spreads water to thicken a path of the Tanana River's frozen surface during an ice-bridge construction project in Fort Wainwright, Alaska.
U.S. special operations forces (USSOF) personnel wade into the snow-covered village of Cabalaq, Afghanistan, during a personnel recovery mission.
Surveillance and Reconnaissance Squadron (SRS) conducting live firing break contact drills on the Setermoen exercise areas, Norway.
Photo: Royal Marines
South Korean soldiers standing guard on a peak near the North Korean border.
Cold weather training of Republic of Korea Army Special Warfare Force.
U.S. soldiers make their way through knee-deep snow, during a patrol in Chamkani district, Paktiya province, Afghanistan
Paratroopers climb over a hill in order to secure an airfield near Fort Carson's Camp Red Devil training area.
Afghan National Army commandos patrol Khakrez district, Kandahar, Afghanistan.
Photo: Jonathan Hudson/U.S. Army
Two crew members keep watch on the rear ramp of a CH-47 Chinook while flying over the mountains in the Khas Uruzgan district of Afghanistan.
South Korean soldiers standing guard.
The attack submarine USS Connecticut (SSN 22) submerging under the ice at the Applied Physics Laboratory Ice Station in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska.
Royal Marines with the Surveillance and Reconnaissance Squadron (SRS) conducting Ski-Doo driving drills on the Asegarden exercise areas, Norway.
Runway clearance vehicles keeping RAF Coningsby in Lincolnshire operational.
Photo: Cpl Andrew Seaward/RAF
A U.S. Special Forces officer waits for helicopters to arrive after a clearing operation in Jafare Sufla, Shah Joy district, Zabul province, Afghanistan.
Photo: Pfc. David Devich/U.S. Army
Marines patrol through strong winds and heavy snow in Hokkaido prefecture, Japan.
Okay, this is not a winter scene, but you know why it has to be here: a soldier in Afghanistan watches as a Tarantula-Hawk (T-Hawk) remote piloted air system (RPAS) hovers over the desert during an operation.