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GAMES-COMMONWEALTH/
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July 28, 2022 
Commonwealth Games - Opening Ceremony - Alexander Stadium, Birmingham, Britain - July 28, 2022 General... 
Birmingham, United Kingdom 
Commonwealth Games - Opening Ceremony 
Commonwealth Games - Opening Ceremony - Alexander Stadium, Birmingham, Britain - July 28, 2022 General view of the Norfolk Island team during the athletes parade REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov 
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July 28, 2022 
Commonwealth Games - Opening Ceremony - Alexander Stadium, Birmingham, Britain - July 28, 2022 General... 
Birmingham, United Kingdom 
Commonwealth Games - Opening Ceremony 
Commonwealth Games - Opening Ceremony - Alexander Stadium, Birmingham, Britain - July 28, 2022 General view of the Norfolk Island team during the athletes parade REUTERS/Hannah Mckay 
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April 04, 2018 
Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games - Opening ceremony - Carrara Stadium - Gold Coast, Australia - April... 
Gold Coast, Australia 
Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games 
Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games - Opening ceremony - Carrara Stadium - Gold Coast, Australia - April 4, 2018 - Hadyn "Teddy" Evans of Norfolk Island carries the national flag during the opening ceremony. REUTERS/David Gray 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/NAVY
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June 21, 2016 
The USS Harry S. Truman aircraft carrier arrived in Crete on Tuesday, giving its 5,500 crew members a... 
Mid-Sea 
The Wider Image: Life aboard the USS Harry S. Truman
The USS Harry S. Truman aircraft carrier arrived in Crete on Tuesday, giving its 5,500 crew members a Greek island break after seven months at sea and over 2,000 missions launched against Islamic State targets in Iraq and Syria. The U.S. Navy extended the Truman's deployment by one month to "keep the pressure" on Islamic State until the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower carrier arrived to take over, Vice Admiral James Foggo, commander of the Navy's Sixth Fleet, told Reuters. The 1,096-feet (334-metre) Truman, as long as the Empire State Building in New York City is tall and with a 4.5-acre (1.8 hectare) flight deck, is due back home in Norfolk, Virginia in mid-July. REUTERS/Baz Ratner SEARCH "USS HARRY S. TRUMAN" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
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July 26, 2004 
A Filipino soldier points trumpet up at US soldier prior to training exercise in southern Philippines.... 
Cotabato, Philippines 
A Filipino soldier points trumpet up at US soldier prior to training exercise in southern ... 
A Filipino soldier points trumpet up at US soldier prior to training exercise in southern Philippines. A Filipino soldier points his trumpet up at U.S. Special Force MSgt Rey Hogwood from Norfolk, Virginia prior to the start of a training exercise in North Cotabato province in the southern Philippines, July 26, 2004. The small unit training exercise, being held in the heartland of Muslim rebels on Mindanao Island, started on Monday despite Washington's anger over the Philippines decision to withdraw its military forces from Iraq to save a Filipino truck driver. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco 
PHILIPPINES
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July 26, 2004 
U.S. Special Forces MSgt Rey Hogwood (R) from Norfolk, Virginia, hugs a Filipino soldier prior to the... 
Cotabato, Philippines 
A U.S. Special Forces hugs a Filipino soldier prior to training exercise in southern Philippines. 
U.S. Special Forces MSgt Rey Hogwood (R) from Norfolk, Virginia, hugs a Filipino soldier prior to the start of a training exercise in North Cotabato province in the southern Philippines, July 26, 2004. The small unit training exercise, being held in the heartland of Muslim rebels on Mindanao Island, started on Monday despite Washington's anger over the Philippines decision to withdraw its military forces from Iraq to save a Filipino truck driver. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco RR 
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July 26, 2004 
U.S. and Philippine soldiers give a thumbs-up sign prior to training exercise in southern Philippines.... 
Cotabato, Philippines 
U.S. and Philippine soldiers give a thumbs-up sign prior to training exercise in southern ... 
U.S. and Philippine soldiers give a thumbs-up sign prior to training exercise in southern Philippines. U.S. Special Forces Sergeant Tim Collins (seated, L) from Texas and Rey Hogwood (2nd R, seated) from Norfolk, Virginia, give a thumbs-up with Philippine troops prior to the start of a training exercise in North Cotabato province in the southern Philippines, July 26, 2004. The small unit training exercise, being held in the heartland of Muslim rebels on Mindanao Island, started on Monday despite Washington's anger over the Philippines decision to withdraw its military forces from Iraq to save a Filipino truck driver. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco 
USA
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July 23, 2004 
The U.S. Navy's newest aircraft carrier, the USS Ronald Reagan with its 3,000 crew members arrive for... 
San Diego, USA 
The U.S. Navy's newest aircraft carrier, the USS Ronald Reagan with its 3,000 crew members arrive fo..... 
The U.S. Navy's newest aircraft carrier, the USS Ronald Reagan with its 3,000 crew members arrive for the first time at their new homeport at Naval Air Station North Island in San Diego July 23, 2004. [An arrival ceremony for the Navy's newest nuclear-powered aircraft carrier was held in San Diego after the ship traveled around the tip of South America on its two month journey from Norfolk, Virginia.] 
USA
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July 23, 2004 
Sailors wave from the U.S. Navy's newest aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan with its 3,000 crew members... 
San Diego, USA 
Sailors wave from the U.S. Navy's newest aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan with its 3,000 crew memb..... 
Sailors wave from the U.S. Navy's newest aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan with its 3,000 crew members upon arrival at their new homeport at Naval Air Station North Island in San Diego, July 23, 2004. [USS Ronald Reagan left Norfolk, Virginia in May traveling around the tip of South America.] 
USS RONALD REAGAN
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July 23, 2004 
Nancy Reagan speaks from the USS Ronald Reagan, U.S. Navy's newest aircraft carrier, during the homeport... 
San Diego, USA 
Nancy Reagan speaks during home porting of USS Ronald Reagan in San Diego. 
Nancy Reagan speaks from the USS Ronald Reagan, U.S. Navy's newest aircraft carrier, during the homeport arrival ceremony at Naval Air Station North Island in San Diego, July 23, 2004. The aircraft carrier left Norfolk, Virginia in May and has been under way for nearly two months while traveling around the tip of South America. REUTERS/Mike Blake MB 
USS RONALD REAGAN
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July 23, 2004 
Nancy Reagan looks up at the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan while delivering a speech aboard the... 
San Diego, USA 
Nancy Reagan looks up at USS Ronald Reagan in San Diego. 
Nancy Reagan looks up at the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan while delivering a speech aboard the U.S. Navy's newest aircraft carrier during the homeport arrival ceremony at Naval Air Station North Island in San Diego July 23, 2004. The aircraft carrier left Norfolk, Virginia in May and has been traveling around the tip of South America. REUTERS/Mike Blake MB 
USS RONALD REAGAN
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July 23, 2004 
Nancy Reagan waves from the USS Ronald Reagan after delivering a speech aboard the U.S. Navy's newest... 
San Diego, USA 
Nancy Reagan waves during homeport ceremony of USS Ronald Reagan in San Diego. 
Nancy Reagan waves from the USS Ronald Reagan after delivering a speech aboard the U.S. Navy's newest aircraft carrier after the ship arrived its new homeport at Naval Air Station North Island in San Diego July 23, 2004. The aircraft carrier left Norfolk, Virginia in May a traveling around the tip of South America. REUTERS/Mike Blake MB/HK 
USS RONALD REAGAN
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July 23, 2004 
Sailors wave to family and friends aboard U.S. Navy's newest aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan with... 
San Diego, UNITED STATES 
Sailors wave from USS Ronald Reagan as it arrives in San Diego. 
Sailors wave to family and friends aboard U.S. Navy's newest aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan with its 3,000 crew members upon arrival at their new homeport at Naval Air Station North Island in San Diego, July 23, 2004. USS Ronald Reagan left Norfolk, Virginia in May traveling around the tip of South America. REUTERS/Mike Blake MB/HK/JV 
USS RONALD REAGAN
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July 23, 2004 
Sailors wave from the U.S. Navy's newest aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan with its 3,000 crew members... 
San Diego, USA 
Sailors wave from USS Ronald Reagan as it arrives in San Diego. 
Sailors wave from the U.S. Navy's newest aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan with its 3,000 crew members upon arrival at their new homeport at Naval Air Station North Island in San Diego, July 23, 2004. USS Ronald Reagan left Norfolk, Virginia in May traveling around the tip of South America. REUTERS/Mike Blake MB/HK 
USS RONALD REAGAN
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July 23, 2004 
The U.S. Navy's newest aircraft carrier, the USS Ronald Reagan with its 3,000 crew members arrive for... 
San Diego, USA 
USS Ronald Reagan arrives for first time at new homeport in San Diego. 
The U.S. Navy's newest aircraft carrier, the USS Ronald Reagan with its 3,000 crew members arrive for the first time at their new homeport at Naval Air Station North Island in San Diego July 23, 2004. An arrival ceremony for the Navy's newest nuclear-powered aircraft carrier was held in San Diego after the ship traveled around the tip of South America on its two month journey from Norfolk, Virginia. REUTERS/Mike Blake MB/HK 
USS RONALD REAGAN
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July 23, 2004 
Sailors wave the California state flag as they yell out to family and friends aboard Navy's newest aircraft... 
San Diego, USA 
Sailors wave California flags and yell out from USS Ronald Reagan as it arrives in San Diego. 
Sailors wave the California state flag as they yell out to family and friends aboard Navy's newest aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan with its 3,000 crew members arrive for the first time at their new homeport at Naval Air Station North Island in San Diego, July 23, 2004. USS Ronald Reagan left Norfolk, Virginia in May traveling around the tip of South America. REUTERS/Mike Blake MB/HK 
GAMES ATHLETICS NORFOLK
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July 28, 2002 
JAMES DONALDSON OF NORFOLK ISLAND APPROACHES THE FINISH LINE TO COME
LAST IN THE MEN'S MARATHON FINAL... 
Manchester, UK 
JAMES DONALDSON OF NORFOLK ISLAND APPROACHES THE FINISH LINE TO COME
LAST IN THE MEN'S MARATHON FINAL... 
JAMES DONALDSON OF NORFOLK ISLAND APPROACHES THE FINISH LINE TO COME
LAST IN THE MEN'S MARATHON FINAL AT THE 2002 COMMONWEALTH GAMES IN
MANCHESTER.


James Donaldson of Norfolk Island approaches the finish line to come
last in the Men's Marathon Final in the 2002 Commonwealth Games in
Manchester, July 28, 2002. Donaldson finished in a time of 3 hours 30
minutes 20 seconds - over an hour behind Mpesela Ntlotsoeu of Lesotho.
REUTERS/Dan Chung 
NIGERIA
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February 07, 2002 
Nigeria President Olusegun Obasanjo receives British Prime Minister
Tony Blair at the presidental villa... 
Lagos, Norfolk Islands 
BRITISH PRIME MINISTER VISITS NIGERIA. 
Nigeria President Olusegun Obasanjo receives British Prime Minister
Tony Blair at the presidental villa in Abuja 7 February 2002. Blair
delivered a message to Africa on Thursday that richer countries must
help the world's poorest continent, to prevent it becoming a mess of
failed states and a nest of terror.

REUTERS/George Esiri 
ATTACK MILITARY
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November 13, 2001 
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Ltcdr. Michael Jackonis hugs his children Logan, 6,... 
Coronado, United States of America 
SAILOR HUGS KIDS AS AIRCRAFT CARRIER NIMITZ RETURNS. 
ATTENTION EDITORS PLS NOTE CAPTION CORRECTION

Ltcdr. Michael Jackonis hugs his children Logan, 6, left and Kasey, 8,
right, while looking off to his wife Nancy, not pictured, after he
exited the aircraft carrrier Nimitz shortly after its return to the
North Island Naval Air Station in Coronado, California, on November 13,
2001. Following a three-year overhaul in Norfolk, Virginia, the ship
sailed around the tip of South America and docked in Hawaii on the way
to its new homeport of San Diego. The Nimitz was previously homeported
in Bremerton, Washington. REUTERS/Fred Greaves 
ATTACK MILITARY
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November 13, 2001 
ATTENTION EDITORS PLS NOTE CAPTION CORRECTION

An unidentified sailor waves to friends on the pier... 
Coronado, United States of America 
SAILORS WAVE TO FRIENDS AS AIRCRAFT CARRIER NIMITZ RETURNS. 
ATTENTION EDITORS PLS NOTE CAPTION CORRECTION

An unidentified sailor waves to friends on the pier while talking to
them on a cell phone from the flight deck of the aircraft carrrier
Nimitz shortly after its return to the North Island Naval Air Station
in Coronado, California, on November 13, 2001. Following a three-year
overhaul in Norfolk, Virginia, the ship sailed around the tip of South
America and docked in Hawaii on the way to its new homeport of San
Diego. The Nimitz was previously homeported in Bremerton, Washington.
REUTERS/Fred Greaves 
ATTACK MILITARY
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November 13, 2001 
ATTENTION EDITORS PLS NOTE CAPTION CORRECTION

Chiris Harris looks through the pier fence for his brother... 
Coronado, United States of America 
PEOPLE LOOK ON AS AIRCRAFT CARRIER NIMITZ RETURNS. 
ATTENTION EDITORS PLS NOTE CAPTION CORRECTION

Chiris Harris looks through the pier fence for his brother Ltcdr. Shane
Harris who is aboard the USS Nimitz shortly after the aircraft
carrier's return to the North Island Naval Air Station in Coronado,
California, on November 13, 2001. Following a three-year overhaul in
Norfolk, Virginia, the ship sailed around the tip of South America and
docked in Hawaii on the way to its new homeport of San Diego. The
Nimitz was previously homeported in Bremerton, Washington. REUTERS/Fred
Greaves 
ATTACK NIMITZ
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November 13, 2001 
ATTENTION EDITORS PLS NOTE CAPTION CORRECTION

Ltcdr. Michael Jackonis hugs his children Logan, 6,... 
Coronado, United States of America 
AIRCRAFT CARRIER NIMITZ RETURNS. 
ATTENTION EDITORS PLS NOTE CAPTION CORRECTION

Ltcdr. Michael Jackonis hugs his children Logan, 6, left and Kasey, 8,
right, after exiting the aircraft carrrier Nimitz shortly after its
return to the North Island Naval Air Station in Coronado, California,
on November 13, 2001. Following a three-year overhaul in Norfolk,
Virginia, the ship sailed around the tip of South America and docked in
Hawaii on the way to its new homeport of San Diego. The Nimitz was
previously homeported in Bremerton, Washington. REUTERS/Fred Greaves 
ATTACK MILITARY
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November 13, 2001 
ATTENTION EDITORS PLS NOTE CAPTION CORRECTION

U.S. Navy line handlers wait to tie down the USS Nimitz... 
Coronado, United States of America 
AIRCRAFT CARRIER NIMITZ RETURNS HOME. 
ATTENTION EDITORS PLS NOTE CAPTION CORRECTION

U.S. Navy line handlers wait to tie down the USS Nimitz as it returns
to North Island Naval Air Station in Coronado, California, November 13,
2001. Following a three-year overhaul in Norfolk, Virginia, the ship
sailed around the tip of South America and docked in Hawaii on the way
to its new homeport of San Diego. The Nimitz was previously homeported
in Bremerton, Washington. REUTERS/Fred Greaves 
SPORT ATHLETICS
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August 09, 2001 
Angela Keogh, 39, of Norfolk Island, in the home stretch of the women's
20 kilometer walk at the 8th... 
Edmonton, Canada 
LAST PLACE FINISHER KEOGH OF NORFOLK ISLAND IN THE HOME STRETCH OF 20K
WALK. 
Angela Keogh, 39, of Norfolk Island, in the home stretch of the women's
20 kilometer walk at the 8th IAAF World Championships in Athletics in
Edmonton, August 9, 2001. Keogh was the last place finisher with a time
of 2 hours 8 minutes and 46 seconds.

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CHINA USA CREW
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April 14, 2001 
EP-3E pilot Lieutenant Shane Osborn of Norfolk, Nebraska, waves to the crowd after arriving for a homecoming... 
Oak Harbor, USA 
EP3 PILOT SHANE OSBORN WAVES TO CROWDS AT WHIDBEY HOMECOMING ARRIVAL. 
EP-3E pilot Lieutenant Shane Osborn of Norfolk, Nebraska, waves to the crowd after arriving for a homecoming celebration at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island in Oak Harbor, Washington, April 14, 2001. The 24 VQ-1 Squadron crewmembers who survived the midair collision with a Chinese military jet near Hainan, China on April 1 were detained in China until being released April 11. The crew returned to their homebase at Whidbey after two days of debriefings in Hawaii.

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CHINA USA CREW
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April 14, 2001 
EP-3E pilot Lieutenant Shane Osborn of Norfolk, Nebraska, wipes a tear from his eye after arriving for... 
Oak Harbor, USA 
EP3 PILOT SHANE OSBORN SHEDS TEAR UPON WHIDBEY HOMECOMING ARRIVAL. 
EP-3E pilot Lieutenant Shane Osborn of Norfolk, Nebraska, wipes a tear from his eye after arriving for a homecoming celebration at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island in Oak Harbor, Washington, April 14, 2001. The 24 VQ-1 Squadron crew members, who survived the midair collision with a Chinese military jet near Hainan, China on April 1, were detained in China until being released April 11. The crew returned to their homebase at Whidbey after two days of debriefings in Hawaii.

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CHINA USA CREW
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April 14, 2001 
EP-3E pilot Lieutenant Shane Osborn of Norfolk, Nebraska, wipes a tear from his eye after arriving for... 
Oak Harbor, USA 
EP3 PILOT SHANE OSBORN SHEDS TEAR UPON WHIDBEY HOMECOMING ARRIVAL. 
EP-3E pilot Lieutenant Shane Osborn of Norfolk, Nebraska, wipes a tear from his eye after arriving for a homecoming celebration at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island in Oak Harbor, Washington, April 14, 2001. The 24 VQ-1 Squadron crewmembers who survived the midair collision with a Chinese military jet near Hainan, China on April 1 and were detained for 11 days before the were released, arrived on a military C-9 transport jet after two days of debriefings in Hawaii. REUTERS/Anthony P.

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SPORT MOTORCYCLING DUTCH PRIX
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June 26, 1999 
Italian rider Loris Capirossi in action during the Dutch 250 cc Motorcycling Grand Prix in Assen June... 
Assen, Norfolk Islands 
ITALIAN CAPIROSSI IN ACTION DURING THE DUTCH 250 CC MOTORCYCLING GRAND PRIX RACE IN ASSEN. 
Italian rider Loris Capirossi in action during the Dutch 250 cc Motorcycling Grand Prix in Assen June 26. Capirossi won the race, Rossi finished second and Briton Jeremy Williams third.

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