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  • Image Credit: Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Apprentice Oscar Albert Moreno Jr. / USN
  • Image Credit: Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Joshua Hammond / USN
  • Image Credit: Staff Sgt. Vernon Young Jr. / USAF
  • Image Credit: 1st Lt. Jake Bailey / USMC
  • Image Credit: Osakabe Yasuo / USAF
  • Image Credit: Tech. Sgt. Manuel J. Martinez / USAF
  • Image Credit: Staff Sgt. Vernon Young Jr. / USAF
  • Image Credit: Sgt. Melissa Wenger / USMC
  • Image Credit: Mass Communication Specialist Seaman David Flewellyn / USN
  • Image Credit: Airman 1st Class Jordan Castelan / USAF
  • Image Credit: Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Raul Moreno Jr. / USN
  • Image Credit: Airman 1st Class Jordan Castelan / USAF
  • Image Credit: Staff Sgt. Randy Florendo / US Army
  • Image Credit: Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Brian H. Abel / USN
This week's group of military photos covers the gamut (as usual). All four major service branches are covered, with some particularly good shots of the Navy and Air Force doing their thing, while the Army and Marines provide an up close look at their hardware and capabilities.

Take a look at our fully gallery of images, or just scroll down for the highlights of the past seven days.

Humvee Naval beach Unit 7 NBU 7 landing craft utility Peleliu Amphibious Ready Group #PELARG14 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit 7th Fleet are of responsibility

Our first two shots come from the Navy, with the lead image showing the right way to land an F/A-18 Hornet on an aircraft carrier – by catching what looks like the third of the four arresting cables that are stretched across the deck. Image number two shows a Navy Humvee disembarking from a landing craft attached to the USS Peleliu, as part of beach assault exercises with the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit.

Humanitarian Airdrop over Iraq; 816th Expeditionary Airlift Squa

Next up, we have one of two Air Force C-17 Globemaster images. Both shots come from humanitarian aid drops over the skies of war-torn Iraq. The two C-17s dropped over 7,500 gallons of drinking water.

Yokota 374th Airlift Wing Osprey MV-22 HA/DR Marine Japan III MEF humanitarian disaster exercise

We've had plenty of snaps of the MV-22 Osprey while it's in hover mode, but we haven't been able to feature any of the unique aircraft in its plane configuration. This interesting shot manages to catch the fuselage in focus, while the twin props do their duty.

Yokota Air Base USAF C-130H Hercules Paratroopers Army

US special forces soldiers from 1st Battalion, 1st Special Forces Group parachute from an Air Force C-130 Hercules as part of a combined arms training exercise in Fuji, Japan.


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