Since you invited questions...
Were you allowed to take such photos, or did you sneak that one? Not that I care. (Alas, during my time on a tactical site I was a good little troopie and obeyed the 'no cameras' rule.)
What weapon did you carry?
You may be amused to know I was surprised to read your photo was taken during the MRE era--because the equipment has the same clunky, vacuum tube era appearance as the '50s era electronic consoles used with the Nike system.
If we where caught with a camera on your person on a Tactical site you would have been sent back to the states in handcuffs ad faceing multi charges of anything that they can find and use on you so it was better not to have then cameras in the area ..
One young gentleman assigned to the one place thought he could get away with takeing picture of the place where he worked and he found out how bad it can be when one morning a pair of CID agents showed up at the morning formation and took him away in silver bracelets because of finding pictures in his locker dureing a search of the barracks rooms and they came that morning and took him away to be charged with multi charges