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ISRAEL/
RTR1YHXJ
March 19, 2008
An Israeli boy, dressed as a Palestinian militant for the upcoming Jewish holiday of Purim, walks in...
Sderot, Israel
Israeli boy, dressed for the holiday of Purim, walks in Sderot
An Israeli boy, dressed as a Palestinian militant for the upcoming Jewish holiday of Purim, walks in the southern Israeli town of Sderot March 19, 2008. Purim is a celebration of the Jews' salvation from genocide in ancient Persia, as recounted in the Book of Esther. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL)
INDIA/
RTX4IZS
December 08, 2007
A destroyed target by Indian Air Force (IAF) fighter aircrafts is seen during the IAF fire power demonstration...
Pokhran, India
A destroyed target by IAF fighter aircrafts is seen at Pokhran
A destroyed target by Indian Air Force (IAF) fighter aircrafts is seen during the IAF fire power demonstration at Pokhran in the Indian desert state of Rajasthan December 8, 2007. IAF air warriors pounded and blasted away an array of assorted targets with impunity that included mock enemy radar sites, troops, ammunition dumps, convoys, petrol, oil and lubricant (POL) dumps with rockets, laser-guided bombs, missiles and front guns at the fire point demonstration held at the air-to-ground weapons firing range at Pokhran on Saturday. REUTERS/Vijay Mathur (INDIA)
INDIA
RTX4IY7
December 08, 2007
Indian Air Force (IAF) AN-32 medium-lift tactical transport aircraft releases rockets during the IAF...
Pokhran, India
IAF AN-32 medium-lift tactical transport aircraft liberates rockets at Pokhran
Indian Air Force (IAF) AN-32 medium-lift tactical transport aircraft releases rockets during the IAF fire power demonstration 2007 at Pokhran in the Indian desert state of Rajasthan December 8, 2007. IAF pounded and blasted an array of assorted targets with impunity that included mock enemy radar sites, troops, ammunition dumps, convoys, petrol, oil and lubricant (POL) dumps with rockets, laser-guided bombs, missiles and front guns at the fire point demonstration held at the air-to-ground weapons firing range at Pokhran on Saturday. REUTERS/Vijay Mathur (INDIA)
INDIA
RTX4IWG
December 08, 2007
Cows pass in front of a target destroyed by Indian Air Force (IAF) fighter aircrafts during the IAF fire...
Pokhran, India
Cows passes in front of a destroyed target by IAF fighter aircrafts at Pokhran
Cows pass in front of a target destroyed by Indian Air Force (IAF) fighter aircrafts during the IAF fire power demonstration 2007 at Pokhran in the Indian desert state of Rajasthan December 8, 2007. IAF air warriors pounded and blasted an array of assorted targets with impunity that included mock enemy radar sites, troops, ammunition dumps, convoys, petrol, oil and lubricant (POL) dumps with rockets, laser-guided bombs, missiles and front guns at the fire point demonstration held at the air-to-ground weapons firing range at Pokhran on Saturday. REUTERS/Vijay Mathur (INDIA)
INDIA
RTX4IV1
December 08, 2007
A destroyed target by Indian Air Force (IAF) fighter aircrafts is seen during the IAF fire power demonstration...
Pokhran, India
A destroyed target by IAF fighter aircrafts is seen at Pokhran
A destroyed target by Indian Air Force (IAF) fighter aircrafts is seen during the IAF fire power demonstration 2007 at Pokhran in the Indian desert state of Rajasthan December 8, 2007. IAF air warriors pounded and blasted away an array of assorted targets with impunity that included mock enemy radar sites, troops, ammunition dumps, convoys, petrol, oil and lubricant (POL) dumps with rockets, laser-guided bombs, missiles and front guns at the fire point demonstration held at the air-to-ground weapons firing range at Pokhran on Saturday. REUTERS/Vijay Mathur (INDIA)
USA-CONGRESS/ARMY TECHNOLOGY
RTR1M5A3
February 08, 2007
Dan Springer, a staff member of Senator Bob Corker (R -TN), inspects a "Man-Portable Laser Beam Guided...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Dan Springer inspects a training unit at the Army technology fair in Washington
Dan Springer, a staff member of Senator Bob Corker (R -TN), inspects a "Man-Portable Laser Beam Guided Surface to air Missile Training Unit" during U.S. Army Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training & Instrumentation (PEO STRI) Technology Fair on Capitol Hill in Washington, February 8, 2007. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang (UNITED STATES)
IRAQ KUWAIT
RTRLF10
April 05, 2003
British Royal Air Force Harrier GR7 pilots Squadron Leader Jim Provost
and Flt Lt Ben Murphy (R) walk...
Kuwait, Kuwait - State of
BRITISH RAF HARRIER GR7 PILOTS SQUADRON LEADER JIM PROVOST AND FLT LT
BEN MURPHY AT THEIR BASE IN KUWAIT....
British Royal Air Force Harrier GR7 pilots Squadron Leader Jim Provost
and Flt Lt Ben Murphy (R) walk away from their aircraft at their base
in Kuwait after their mission over Iraq April 5, 2003. Former Red Arrow
pilot, Provost, destroyed a number of Armoured Personnel carrier with a
laser guided Paveway II missile during his mission tonight.
REUTERS/Russell Boyce

RUS
IRAQ KUWAIT
RTRLDY0
April 04, 2003
A BRITISH ROYAL AIR FORCE HARRIER WEAPONS TECHNICIAN PUSHES A TROLLEY
OF MAVERICK LASER GUIDED MISSILES...
Kuwait, Kuwait - State of
A BRITISH ROYAL AIR FORCE HARRIER WEAPONS TECHNICIAN PUSHES A TROLLEY
OF MAVERICK LASER GUIDED ...
A BRITISH ROYAL AIR FORCE HARRIER WEAPONS TECHNICIAN PUSHES A TROLLEY
OF MAVERICK LASER GUIDED MISSILES PAST A BOMB-TROLLEY OF CLUSTER BOMBS
IN KUWAIT.
IRAQ KUWAIT
RTRL7IG
April 01, 2003
British Royal Air Force Harrier GR7 pilot Flt Lt Pete Keenlyside checks
his watch during a debrief on...
Kuwait, Kuwait - State of
BRITISH ROYAL AIR FORCE HARRIER PILOT KEENLYSIDE CHECKS HIS WATCH IN
KUWAIT.
British Royal Air Force Harrier GR7 pilot Flt Lt Pete Keenlyside checks
his watch during a debrief on his base in Kuwait April 1, 2003.
Keenlyside destroyed an Iraqi armoured vehicle using a Maverick laser
guided missile duirng his mission over Iraq. REUTERS/Russell Boyce

RUS
IRAQ KUWAIT
RTRL7EK
April 01, 2003
British Royal Air Force Harrier GR7 pilot Flt Lt Pete Keenlyside (R)
smiles during a debrief with wing-man...
Kuwait, Kuwait - State of
BRITISH ROYAL AIR FORCE PILOT PETE KEENLYSIDE SMILES DURING DEBRIEF IN
KUWAIT.
British Royal Air Force Harrier GR7 pilot Flt Lt Pete Keenlyside (R)
smiles during a debrief with wing-man Flt Lt Ian Townsend on their base
in Kuwait April 1, 2003. Keenlyside destroyed an Iraqi armoured vehicle
using a Maverick laser guided missile duirng his mission over Iraq.
REUTERS/Russell Boyce

RUS
IRAQ
RTRL07B
March 28, 2003
A member of the British Royal Air Force Harrier GR7 ground crew pulls
the chocs away from the wheels...
Kuwait, Kuwait - State of
MEMBER OF BRITISH ROYAL AIR FORCE HARRIER GROUND CREW PULLS CHOCS AWAY
ON AIRBASE IN KUWAIT.
A member of the British Royal Air Force Harrier GR7 ground crew pulls
the chocs away from the wheels of a Harrier GR7 past a pavewat laser
guided missile on their airbase in Kuwait prior to the start of a
mission over Iraq March 28, 2003. A U.S. general said on Friday Iraq
may have prepared its forces to use chemical weapons if invaders push
beyond a certain line, although he had seen no signs the final order to
use poison gas had been given.

REUTERS/Russell Boyce
IRAQ KUWAIT
RTRKXKH
March 27, 2003
British Royal Air Force pilot Flt Lt Mike Rutland checks a Maverick
laser guided missile on his Harrier...
Kuwait, Kuwait
RAF PILOT CHECKS A MAVERICK LASER GUIDED MISSILE ON HIS HARRIER IN
KUWAIT.
British Royal Air Force pilot Flt Lt Mike Rutland checks a Maverick
laser guided missile on his Harrier GR7 on its base in Kuwait before
his mission over Iraq March 27, 2003. Britain said on Thursday is was
almost certain that two dead soldiers whose bodies were shown on
Qatar-based al-Jazeera television were indeed British, as the station
claimed. REUTERS/Russell Boyce

RUS/CRB
USA
RTXLUXJ
March 21, 2003
An F/A-18C Hornet, loaded with a 500-pound GBU-12 laser-guided missile, moves into position while another...
Aboard Uss Kitty Hawk
An F/A-18C Hornet, loaded with a 500-pound GBU-12 laser-guided missile, moves into position while an.....
An F/A-18C Hornet, loaded with a 500-pound GBU-12 laser-guided missile, moves into position while another launches from one of four steam powered catapults aboard the USS Kitty Hawk (CV 63) in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom March 20, 2003. U.S.-led allied troops moved swiftly on Friday to secure Iraq's vital oil facilities and snuff out oilfield fires on day two of a war Washington says is not about capturing the country's vast petroleum wealth. (Credit : U.S. Navy/Todd Frantom)
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MIDEAST
RTRKJW8
March 21, 2003
Aviation ordinance personnel make a final check on an AGM-54 laser
guided air to ground anti-tank missile...
Aboard The Uss Kitty Hawk, Kuwait
AVIATION ORDINANCE PERSONNEL LOAD LASER GUIDED MISSILE ON USS KITTY
HAWK AIRCRAFT CARRIER IN GULF.
Aviation ordinance personnel make a final check on an AGM-54 laser
guided air to ground anti-tank missile (L) next to a fuel tank after
loading it onto the wing of an F/A-18 Hornet fighter jet on the flight
deck of the USS Kitty Hawk aircraft carrier in the northern Gulf March
21, 2003. Fighter squadrons with F-14 Tomcats and F/A-18Hornets
launched sorties from the Kitty Hawk which included missions supporting
U.S. ground troops advancing into Iraq. REUTERS/Paul Hanna

PH/JV
MIDEAST
RTRKJ4M
March 21, 2003
An aviation ordinanceman makes a final check on an AGM-54 laser guided
air to ground anti-tank after...
Aboard The Uss Kitty Hawk, Kuwait
AVIATION ORDINANCEMAN LOADS A LASER GUIDED MISSILE ON USS KITTY HAWK
AIRCRAFT CARRIER IN NORTHERN GULF....
An aviation ordinanceman makes a final check on an AGM-54 laser guided
air to ground anti-tank after loading it onto the wing of an F/A-18
Hornet fighter jet on the flight deck of the USS Kitty Hawk aircraft
carrier in the northern Gulf March 21, 2003. Fighter squadrons with
F-14 Tomcats and F/A-18Hornets launched some 90 sorties from the Kitty
Hawk yesterday which included missions supporting U.S. ground troops
advancing into Iraq. REUTERS/Paul Hanna

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ATTACK MILITARY
RTRPTF3
November 26, 2001
U.S. Navy ordnance handlers remove an AMRAAM missile from an F/A-18C
Hornet on the deck of the aircraft...
Aboard The Theodore Roosevelt, United States of America
A US NAVY ORDNANCE HANDLERS REMOVE A MISSILE.
U.S. Navy ordnance handlers remove an AMRAAM missile from an F/A-18C
Hornet on the deck of the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt on
station in the Arabian Sea, November 26, 2001. The ordnance handlers
replaced the missile with 500 pound laser guided bombs.
REUTERS/POOL/Dave Martin

DM/JP
ATTACK AFGHAN MILITARY
RTRPQO3
November 23, 2001
A U.S. Navy F/A-18C Hornet attack fighter makes its approach to the
deck of the aircraft carrier USS...
Aboard The Theodore Roosevelt, USA
AN FA18C MAKES ITS FINAL APPROACH TO THE USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT.
A U.S. Navy F/A-18C Hornet attack fighter makes its approach to the
deck of the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt after completing a
strike mission on Afghanistan November 23, 2001. The Afghan Islamic
Press (AIP) news agency said,quoting a Taliban spokesman in Kunduz,
U.S. warplanes pounded eastern and northeastern parts of the city,
killing and wounding dozens of people. The report could not be
independently verified. At left is a Sidewinder missile and a 500lb
laser guided bomb attached to the wing of another F/A-18C Hornet on the
deck of the carrier. REUTERS/POOL/Dave Martin

AT/DPW/DFM/JDP
ATTACK AFGHAN
RTRPBBB
November 12, 2001
The sun rises behind a U.S. Navy F-18 Hornet jet fighter on the deck of
the aircraft carrier USS Carl...
Uss Carl Vinson, UK
THE SUN RISES BEHIND AN F-18 ABOARD THE USS CARL VINSON.
The sun rises behind a U.S. Navy F-18 Hornet jet fighter on the deck of
the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson somewhere in the Arabian Sea
November 12, 2001. The jet is armed with Sidewinder air-to-air missiles
on it's folded wings, and has several laser-guided bombs (right) and an
extra gas tank under the wing (L). REUTERS/Jim Hollander

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F/A-18
RTXKVKE
November 01, 2001
Two 500 pound Laser Guided Bomb Units (GBU-12) (L) and an AIM-9 "Sidewinder" short-range air-to-air missile...
Aboard Uss Carl Vinson
Two 500 pound Laser Guided Bomb Units (GBU-12) (L) and an AIM-9 "Sidewinder" short-range air-to-air .....
Two 500 pound Laser Guided Bomb Units (GBU-12) (L) and an AIM-9 "Sidewinder" short-range air-to-air missile are visible on the wing of an F/A-18 "Hornet" from the "Mighty Shrikes" of Strike Fighter Squadron Nine Four (VFA-94), October 31, 2001. VFA-94 is assigned to Carrier Airwing Eleven aboard the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson and is conducting missions in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. (CREDIT REUTERS/U.S. Navy/Steve Lightstone)
USA
RTXKTLD
October 19, 2001
U.S. Navy Aviation Ordnancemen move 1000-pound laser-guided bomb units and "Maverick" missiles for loading...
Aboard Uss Carl Vinson
U.S. Navy Aviation Ordnancemen move 1000-pound laser-guided bomb units and "Maverick" missiles for l.....
U.S. Navy Aviation Ordnancemen move 1000-pound laser-guided bomb units and "Maverick" missiles for loading on to F/A-18 "Hornet" strike fighters and F-14 "Tomcat" fighter aircraft, aboard the USS Carl Vinson, October 17, 2001. The Vinson is taking part in strikes against Afghanistan. (Credit : Reuters/U.S. Navy/Photographer's Mate 3rd Class Saul Ingle)
ATTACK AFGHANISTAN
RTROBZN
October 18, 2001
Final attachments are made to a 1,000 pound laser-guided missile as it
is fastened underneath a US Navy...
Arabian Sea, Bahrain
ATTACHMENTS ARE ADDED TO MISSILE ON BOARD USS CARL VINSON IN ARABIAN
SEA.
Final attachments are made to a 1,000 pound laser-guided missile as it
is fastened underneath a US Navy F-18 jet fighter onboard the USS Carl
Vinson, one of at least three US aircraft carrier battle groups in the
Arabian Gulf, October 18, 2001 as the sun sets. Jets flying from this
aircraft carrier have dropped some 300,000 pounds of bombs on
Afghanistan since the war began October 7. Picture taken October 18,
2001. REUTERS/Jim Hollander

JMH/WS
PAKISTAN INDIA PLANE
RTR1247P
August 11, 1999
Pakistani soldiers take positions behind an RSB70 laser-guided missile launcher August 11 at the site...
Badin, Pakistan
PAKISTANI SOLDIERS TAKE CONTROL OF PLANE CRASH SITE.
Pakistani soldiers take positions behind an RSB70 laser-guided missile launcher August 11 at the site where a naval plane crashed after it was hit by an Indian missile on Tuesday, killling all 16 aboard. Pakisatan has placed about 200 soldiers, some armed with missiles, around the crash site.

ZH/DL/KM
PAKISTAN
RTXJ4Q3
August 10, 1999
Pakistani soldiers take positions behind a RSB70 laser-guided missile launcher August 11 at the site...
Badin, Pakistan
Pakistani soldiers take positions behind a RSB70 laser-guided missile launcher August 11 at the sit.....
Pakistani soldiers take positions behind a RSB70 laser-guided missile launcher August 11 at the site where a Pakistani naval plane crashed after it was hit by an Indian missile on Tuesday, killling all 16 aboard.
YUGOSLAVIA NATO
RTRNWC4
April 10, 1999
Aviation Ordinance crew members load a Phoenix laser guided missile onto an F-14 Tomcat fighter plane...
Aboard The Uss Roosevelt, Italy
CREWMEMBERS LOAD A MISSILE ON AN F-14 TOMCAT FIGHTER PLANES ON THE USS ROOSEVELT.
Aviation Ordinance crew members load a Phoenix laser guided missile onto an F-14 Tomcat fighter plane aboard the USS Roosevelt aircraft carrier prior to a mission over Yugoslavia April 10. U.S. President Bill Clinton vowed that NATO will "persist and prevail" in Yugoslavia as the Pentagon said they would soon be sending dozens more U.S. warplanes to join nearly 300 American attack and support aircraft already in the region.

PH/JDP
YUGOSLAVIA NATO
RTRNVZI
April 10, 1999
Aviation Ordinance crew members load a Phoenix laser-guided missile onto an F-14 Tomcat fighter aboard...
Aboard The Uss Roosevelt, Italy
CREWMEMBERS LOAD A MISSILE ON AN F-14 TOMCAT FIGHTER ON THE USS ROOSEVELT.
Aviation Ordinance crew members load a Phoenix laser-guided missile onto an F-14 Tomcat fighter aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt aircraft carrier prior to a mission over Yugoslavia April 10. U.S. President Bill Clinton vowed that NATO will "persist and prevail" in Yugoslavia as the Pentagon said they would soon be sending dozens more U.S. warplanes to join nearly 300 American attack and support aircraft already in the region.

PH/ELD
YUGOSLAVIA USA
RTRNRQO
April 07, 1999
An Arizona Army National Guard helicopter crew hovers their Apache AH-64A attack helicopter before taking...
Marana, USA
ARIZONA ARMY NATIONAL GUARD APACHE AH-64A HELICOPTER HOVERS.
An Arizona Army National Guard helicopter crew hovers their Apache AH-64A attack helicopter before taking off on a test flight at the Silver Bell Army Heliport April 6. Apaches from outside Arizona are being deployed to the war in Yugoslavia. Each Apache is designed to carry 38, two and three quarter inch rockets and eight Hellfire laser guided missiles. The range of the Apache is approximately 300 miles. The 14.5 million dollar aircraft was originally designed for Cold War defense.

JT/JP
YUGOSLAVIA USA
RTRNRQH
April 07, 1999
A pilot and co-pilot with the Arizona Army National Guard ready an Apache AH-64A attack helicopter for...
Marana, USA
AN ARIZONA ARMY NATIONAL GUARD APACHE AH-64A HELICOPTER.
A pilot and co-pilot with the Arizona Army National Guard ready an Apache AH-64A attack helicopter for a test flight at the Silver Bell Army Heliport April 6. Apaches from outside Arizona are being deployed to the war in Yugoslavia. Each Apache is designed to carry 38, two and three quarter inch rockets and eight Hellfire laser guided missiles. The range of the Apache is approximately 300 miles. The 14.5 million dollar aircraft was originally designed for Cold War defense.

JT/JP
ATTACK
RTRN5DV
March 25, 1999
A Tomahawk missile is launched during the second night of cruise
missile strikes at Yugoslavia from...
Aboard The Uss Philippine Sea, multiple countries
FILE PHOTO OF TOMAHAWK CRUISE MISSILE LAUNCH.
A Tomahawk missile is launched during the second night of cruise
missile strikes at Yugoslavia from the USS Philippine Sea guided
missile cruiser March 25, 1999. REUTERS/Paul Hanna

CLH/
TURKEY
RTRM6O9
February 23, 1999
U.S. Army SPC Rene Segura from Torrance, Cal., walks past a Patriot missiles battery at Incirlik airbase,...
Istanbul, Turkey
U.S. ARMY PATRIOT MISSILES AT INCIRLIK AIR BASE.
U.S. Army SPC Rene Segura from Torrance, Cal., walks past a Patriot missiles battery at Incirlik airbase, near the southern Turkish city of Adana February 23. U.S. Patriot missiles were brought to Turkey last month against any Iraqi threat to the base. U.S. airforce officials said "coalition aircraft on routine patrols of the northern no-fly zone were fired upon by anti-aircraft artillery. Three U.S. F-15s responded by firing three GBU-24 laser guided bombs at command and control bunker. Aircraft returned safely.

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