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Click for high resolution photo - Rigid Drill
09/30/2005
Rigid Drill
Sailors aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower lower the port side Rigid Hull Inflatable Boat during a man overboard drill, Sept. 28, 2005. U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Christopher B. Long | Factsheet |
Click for high resolution photo - Buffalo Search
09/29/2005
Buffalo Search
A “Buffalo,” an improvised explosive device vehicle from the 325th Airborne Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division, Delta Company, 2nd Battallion, Fort Bragg N.C., searches through debris for explosives in Tal Afar, Iraq, Sept. 23, 2005 as part of Operation Restoring Rights. U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. James L. Harper Jr. | Related Buffalo Story |
Click for high resolution photo - Prowler in the Shadows
09/29/2005
Prowler in the Shadows
U.S. Navy sailors of the Electronic Attack Squadron 141 "Shadowhawks" receive a Navy Prowler back from flight, Sept. 22, 2005, while onboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt, currently on a six-month deployment. The sailors work closely with Marines of Marine Tactical Electronic Squadron 1 in Al Asad, Iraq. U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Eric M. Hooper | Factsheet |
Click for high resolution photo - Predator Work
09/28/2005
Predator Work
Aenior Airmen Jason Henry (left) and Paul Rudolph attach the radome to an MQ-1 Predator unmanned aerial vehicle at Balad Air Base, Iraq, Sept. 27, 2005. Predators operating from Balad provide armed reconnaissance for battlefield commanders throughout Iraq. U.S. Air Force photo by Maj. Robert Couse-Baker | Factsheet |
Click for high resolution photo - Predator Testing
09/27/2005
Predator Testing
An MQ-1 Predator takes off from Creech Air Force Base, Nev., during the first operational test of the latest upgrade to the Predator. The upgrade, known as the Multi-Aircraft Control system enables an operator to fly two-ship and four-ship Predator sorties. Testers performed two-ship sorties Sept. 12 and 13 and progressed to four-ship sorties Sept. 14 and 15. U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Rob Valenca | Story | Factsheet |
Click for high resolution photo - Rocket Power
09/26/2005
Rocket Power
A precision-guided missile was fired during its first test-fire outside of the United States, recently near Tikrit, Iraq. The unitary-guided, multiple-launch rocket system is the latest addition to the U.S. Army's artillery arsenal and is designed to minimize collateral damage so not to cause unnecessary damage and destruction to innocent civilians. U.S. Army photo by Spc. Alisan Gul
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Click for high resolution photo - New Firing Range
09/23/2005
New Firing Range
Marine aims in during the new course of fire on Edson Range aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Sept. 5, 2005. The new course provides an increased emphasis on combat marksmanship. U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. S. Bard Valliere | Story |
Click for high resolution photo - Globemaster Delivery
09/22/2005
Globemaster Delivery
Members of the 505th Air Expeditionary Wing unload a C-17A Globemaster out of McChord Air Force Base, Wash., while participating in an Operational Readiness Inspection in Alpena, Mich., Sept. 20, 2005. U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Anthony P. Ennamorato | Factsheet |
Click for high resolution photo - Technology Aids Rescue
09/21/2005
Technology Aids Rescue
U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Rob Ament inspects his night-vision device in Jackson, Miss. before a rescue flight. The devices include night-vision goggles, a helmet mounting system and a battery pack. Rescuers on HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopters used the equipment to locate people in New Orleans stranded by Hurricane Katrina. U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Master Sgt. Elaine Mayo | Story |
Click for high resolution photo - Rigid Recovery
09/20/2005
Rigid Recovery
U.S. sailors return to the guided missile destroyer USS Fitzgerald in a rigid hull inflatable boat after recovering a mock victim during a man overboard drill, Sept. 17, 2005. The inflatable boat is a standard shipboard craft that can be quickly deployed for personnel rescue or for transportation to other ships. U.S. Navy photo by Airman Adam York | Factsheet |
Click for high resolution photo - Globemaster Supports Hurricane Relief Effort
09/19/2005
Globemaster Supports Hurricane Relief Effort
A U.S. Air Force C-17 Globemaster III from the 305th Airlift Wing at McGuire Air Force Base, N.J., prepares to taxi out to the runway at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport, La., Sept. 10, 2005, in support of the relief efforts in the areas devastated by Hurricane Katrina. U.S. Air Force photos by Staff Sgt. Jacob N. Bailey | Factsheet |
Click for high resolution photo - Globemaster Supports Hurricane Relief Effort
09/19/2005
Globemaster Supports Hurricane Relief Effort
U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Anthony Cotta and Airman 1st Class James Loew load a shipping container onto a C-17 Globemaster III at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport, La., Sept. 10, 2005. U.S. Air Force photos by Staff Sgt. Jacob N. Bailey | Factsheet |
Click for high resolution photo - Raptor Tattoo
09/16/2005
Raptor Tattoo
U.S. Air Force Majs. Michael Shower and Evan Dertien, F/A-22 Raptor pilots, and Capts. Thomas Borrego and Eric Nyman, F-15 Eagle pilots, prepare for a flyover, Sept. 8, 2005, during the Air Combat Command Tattoo ceremonies held at Langley Air Force Base, Va. Langley's new Raptor had a major role in this modern day version of a traditional retreat ceremony. U.S. Air Force photo by TSgt Ben Bloker  | Factsheet |
Click for high resolution photo - Buffalo Roams
09/15/2005
Buffalo Roams
The “Buffalo” armored personnel carrier detects possible improvised explosive devices while units patrol major and secondary military supply routes in Baghdad, Iraq, Sept. 1, 2005. U.S. Army photo by Pfc. Matthew Clifton  | Story |
Click for high resolution photo - Ultra Armored Patrol Vehicle
09/13/2005
Ultra Armored Patrol Vehicle
The Ultra Armored Patrol Vehicle is a research project, funded by the Office of Naval Research at the Georgia Technology Research Institute, which demonstrates improved ballistic and mine protection technologies. An innovative survivable crew capsule with a new combination of armor materials is mounted to provide better deflection of pressure waves from blasts when compared to current configurations. The Ultra is slightly larger than the Humvee and is diesel powered. U.S. Navy Photo by John F. Williams | Factsheet |
Click for high resolution photo - Geek Squad Ready for Future
09/12/2005
Geek Squad Ready for Future
Landing Craft, Air Cushion 8 from Assault Craft Unit Four at Little Creek, Va., is being loaded with emergency supplies of water and food at Barrancas Beach on Naval Air Station Pensacola, Sept. 7, 2005, to assist in the humanitarian effort following the devastating aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Defense Dept. photo by Gary Nichols | Story |
Click for high resolution photo - Sailors Unload Landing Craft, Air Cushioned
09/11/2005
Sailors Unload Landing Craft, Air Cushioned
Landing Craft, Air Cushion 8 from Assault Craft Unit Four at Little Creek, Va., is being loaded with emergency supplies of water and food at Barrancas Beach on Naval Air Station Pensacola, Sept. 7, 2005, to assist in the humanitarian effort following the devastating aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Defense Dept. photo by Gary Nichols | Factsheet |
Click for high resolution photo - Training Exercise
09/08/2005
Training Exercise
LU.S. Navy sailors aboard a rigid hull inflatable boat make preparations to moor to the USS Harry S. Truman while participating in small boat training exercises off the U.S. Gulf Coast on Sept. 8, 2005. The Navy's involvement in the humanitarian assistance operation in the wake of Hurricane Katrina is being led by the Defense Department in conjunction with the Federal Emergency Management Agency. U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Kristopher Wilson | Factsheet |
Click for high resolution photo - Landing Craft, Air Cushioned Delivers
09/08/2005
Landing Craft, Air Cushioned Delivers
Landing Craft, Air Cushion 8 from Assault Craft Unit Four at Little Creek, Va., is being loaded with emergency supplies of water and food at Barrancas Beach on Naval Air Station Pensacola, Sept. 7, 2005, to assist in the humanitarian effort following the devastating aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Defense Dept. photo by Gary Nichols | Factsheet |
Click for high resolution photo - Landing Craft, Air Cushioned Delivers
09/08/2005
Landing Craft, Air Cushioned Delivers
Landing Craft, Air Cushion 8 pulls onto Barrancas Beach at Naval Air Station Pensacola, Fla., Sept. 7, 2005, to pick up emergency supplies of water and food to assist in the relief effort following the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. U.S. Navy photo by Gary Nichols | Factsheet |
Click for high resolution photo - Landing Craft, Air Cushioned Delivers
09/07/2005
Landing Craft, Air Cushioned Delivers
Landing Craft, Air Cushioned 8 and 9 deliver various relief supplies to the Gulf Coast region, Sept. 6, 2005, in support of Hurricane Katrina Relief efforts. U.S. Navy photo by Senior Chief Petty Officer Thomas Coffelt | Factsheet |
Click for high resolution photo - Globemaster Transports Victims
09/07/2005
Globemaster Transports Victims
The C-17 Globemaster III brought Hurricane Katrina Victims from New Orleans to Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Ga., Sept. 1, 2005. The evacuees were later transferred to Atlanta area shelters. U.S. Air Force photo by Donald Peek | Factsheet |
Click for high resolution photo - Swift Pick Up
09/02/2005
Swift Pick Up
An SH 60 helicopter from Helicopter Sea Control Squadron 28 prepares to pick up two palets of supplies from the USS Swift and drop them on the flight deck of the USS Bataan off the Gulf Coast, Sept. 1, 2005. The Bataan's involvement in the humanitarian assistance operations is an effort led by the Defense Department in conjunction with the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Bataan has been tasked to be the Maritime Disaster Relief Coordinator for the U.S. Navy’s role in the relief efforts. U.S. Navy photo by Airman Jeremy L. Grisham | Factsheet |
Click for high resolution photo - Seahawk Landing
09/01/2005
Globemaster Relief Support
Three C-17 "Globemaster III" aircraft download equipment in support of Hurricane Katrina Relief at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., Aug. 31, 2005. Hurricane Katrina battered the Gulf Coast with wind gusts in excess of 140 miles per hour, flattened buildings and flooded areas from Florida to Louisiana. Millions of people were left without power and hundreds of thousands homeless. U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Mike Buytas | Factsheet |
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