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BRITAIN-NUCLEAR/
RTR3GXV4
March 13, 2014
A dummy Tomahawk land attack missile is seen onboard HMS Artful, the third of the Royal Navy's Astute...
Barrow-In-Furness, United Kingdom
A dummy Tomahawk missile is seen onboard HMS Artful, one of the Royal Navy's Astute class submarines...
A dummy Tomahawk land attack missile is seen onboard HMS Artful, the third of the Royal Navy's Astute class submarines, as it approaches completion at the company's Barrow-in-Furness shipyard in northern England March 13, 2014. Britain will fund a 300 million pound ($500 million) redevelopment of BAE Systems's submarine shipyard, a step that would enable the costly renewal of the Trident nuclear deterrent which has divided the coalition government. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
CHINA
RTR2MIPS
May 17, 2011
Alan Nelson, executive officer of USS Hampton from California stands next to some Tomahawk missiles at...
Hong Kong, China
Alan Nelson, executive officer of USS Hampton from California stands next to some Tomahawk missiles at...
Alan Nelson, executive officer of USS Hampton from California stands next to some Tomahawk missiles at the Los Angeles-class, fast attack submarine USS Hampton in Hong Kong waters May 17, 2011. The submarine arrived in Hong Kong May 15 for a port visit as part of it's deployment to the Western Pacific. This is the first port visit in three years conducted by a U.S. submarine in Hong Kong. REUTERS/Vincent Yu/Pool (CHINA - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS)
LIBYA/
RTR2KKMB
March 29, 2011
Libyans chant slogans against air strikes by the coalition during a protest in Tripoli March 29, 2011....
Tripoli, Libya
Libyans chant slogans against air strikes by the coalition during a protest in Tripoli
Libyans chant slogans against air strikes by the coalition during a protest in Tripoli March 29, 2011. A coalition of countries conducting air strikes against Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's forces launched 22 Tomahawk missiles in the last 24 hours, the Pentagon said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah (LIBYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
LIBYA/
RTR2KKM4
March 29, 2011
A Libyan woman cries during a protest against air strikes by the coalition in Tripoli March 29, 2011....
Tripoli, Libya
A Libyan woman cries during a protest against air strikes by the coalition in Tripoli
A Libyan woman cries during a protest against air strikes by the coalition in Tripoli March 29, 2011. A coalition of countries conducting air strikes against Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's forces launched 22 Tomahawk missiles in the last 24 hours, the Pentagon said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah (LIBYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
LIBYA/
RTR2KKM2
March 29, 2011
Libyans chant slogans against air strikes by the coalition during a protest in Tripoli March 29, 2011....
Tripoli, Libya
Libyans chant slogans against air strikes by the coalition during a protest in Tripoli
Libyans chant slogans against air strikes by the coalition during a protest in Tripoli March 29, 2011. A coalition of countries conducting air strikes against Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's forces launched 22 Tomahawk missiles in the last 24 hours, the Pentagon said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah (LIBYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
LIBYA/
RTR2KKM0
March 29, 2011
Libyans chant slogans against air strikes by the coalition during a protest in Tripoli March 29, 2011....
Tripoli, Libya
Libyans chant slogans against air strikes by the coalition during a protest in Tripoli
Libyans chant slogans against air strikes by the coalition during a protest in Tripoli March 29, 2011. A coalition of countries conducting air strikes against Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's forces launched 22 Tomahawk missiles in the last 24 hours, the Pentagon said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah (LIBYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
LIBYA/
RTR2KKLZ
March 29, 2011
A Libyan woman cries during a protest against air strikes by the coalition in Tripoli March 29, 2011....
Tripoli, Libya
A Libyan woman cries during a protest against air strikes by the coalition in Tripoli
A Libyan woman cries during a protest against air strikes by the coalition in Tripoli March 29, 2011. A coalition of countries conducting air strikes against Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's forces launched 22 Tomahawk missiles in the last 24 hours, the Pentagon said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah (LIBYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
Libya Conflict
Libya Conflict
NATO Strikes - 21 Aug 2011
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BRITAIN/
RTR1PGWE
May 08, 2007
Dummy Tomahawk cruise missiles lie onboard one of the first two Astute class nuclear submarines as they...
Barrow, United Kingdom
Dummy Tomahawk cruise missiles lie onboard one of the first two Astute class nuclear submarines as they...
Dummy Tomahawk cruise missiles lie onboard one of the first two Astute class nuclear submarines as they are built in the Devonshire Dock hall at the BAE systems facility in Barrow-in-Furness, northern England, May 8, 2007. The first of Britain's new class of nuclear submarines is expected to be launched in June 2007 and enter into active service late in 2008. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN/
RTR1PGW7
May 08, 2007
A dummy Tomahawk cruise missile lies next to a weapons system delivery tube onboard one of the first...
Barrow, United Kingdom
A dummy Tomahawk cruise missile lies next to a weapons system delivery tube onboard one of the first...
A dummy Tomahawk cruise missile lies next to a weapons system delivery tube onboard one of the first two Astute class nuclear submarines as they are built in the Devonshire Dock hall at the BAE systems facility in Barrow-in-Furness, northern England, May 8, 2007. The first of Britain's new class of nuclear submarines is expected to be launched in June 2007 and enter into active service late in 2008. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN)
SAN10D
RTROR3T
June 02, 2003
Talana Genho holds up a sign as she waits for her husband Chris to
return home from his deployment aboard...
San Diego, United States of America
WIFE OF SAILOR ON AIRCRAFT CARRIER USS CONSTELLATION AWAITS SHIPS
ARRIVAL.
Talana Genho holds up a sign as she waits for her husband Chris to
return home from his deployment aboard the aircraft carrier USS
Constellation at its homecoming at the Naval Air Station North Island
in San Diego, June 2, 2003. The ship's seven month deployment included
participation in the war in Iraq, in which the Constellation Carrier
Strike Group flew more than 1,500 missions, using more than 1 million
pounds of ordnance, including 408 Tomahawk cruise missiles. This was
the Constellation's last deployment as the warship will be
decommissioned. REUTERS/Jamie Rector

JR/HB
USA IRAQ
RTROQVI
June 02, 2003
The USS Constellation arrives for its final homecoming at Naval Air
Station North Island in San Diego,...
San Diego
AIRCRAFT CARRIER USS CONSTELLATION ARRIVES IN SAN DIEGO.
The USS Constellation arrives for its final homecoming at Naval Air
Station North Island in San Diego, June 2, 2003. The ship's seven month
deployment included participation in the war in Iraq, in which the
Constellation Carrier Strike Group flew more than 1,500 missions, using
more than 1 million pounds of ordnance, including 408 Tomahawk cruise
missiles. This was the Constellation's last deployment as the warship
will be decommissioned. REUTERS/Jamie Rector

JR/HB
USA IRAQ
RTROQV4
June 02, 2003
Sailors crowd a deck as the aircraft carrier USS Constellation pulls
into Naval Air Station North Island...
San Diego
SAILORS ON AIRCRAFT CARRIER USS CONSTELLATION WELCOMED HOME IN SAN
DIEGO.
Sailors crowd a deck as the aircraft carrier USS Constellation pulls
into Naval Air Station North Island in San Diego for its homecoming,
June 2, 2003. The seven month deployment included participation in the
war in Iraq, in which the Constellation Carrier Strike Group flew more
than 1,500 missions, using more than 1 million pounds of ordnance,
including 408 Tomahawk cruise missiles. REUTERS/Jamie Rector

JR/HB
USA IRAQ
RTROQUX
June 02, 2003
Sailors crowd a deck as the aircraft carrier USS Constellation pulls
into Naval Air Station North Island...
San Diego
SAILORS ON AIRCRAFT CARRIER USS CONSTELLATION WELCOMED HOME IN SAN
DIEGO.
Sailors crowd a deck as the aircraft carrier USS Constellation pulls
into Naval Air Station North Island in San Diego for its homecoming,
June 2, 2003. The seven month deployment included participation in the
war in Iraq, in which the Constellation Carrier Strike Group flew more
than 1,500 missions, using more than 1 million pounds of ordnance,
including 408 Tomahawk cruise missiles. REUTERS/Jamie Rector

JR/HB
USA IRAQ
RTROQTO
June 02, 2003
AB3 Jeremy Johnston plays with his sons Brandon, 6, (R) and Deven, 4,
upon his return from deployment...
San Diego
SAILOR OFF CONSTELLATION WELCOMED HOME IN SAN DIEGO.
AB3 Jeremy Johnston plays with his sons Brandon, 6, (R) and Deven, 4,
upon his return from deployment on the aircraft carrier USS
Constellation, at Naval Air Station North Island in San Diego, June 2,
2003. The seven month deployment included participation in the war in
Iraq, in which the Constellation Carrier Strike Group flew more than
1,500 missions and used more than 1 million pounds of ordnance,
including 408 Tomahawk cruise missiles. REUTERS/Jamie Rector

JR/HB
USA IRAQ
RTROQT8
June 02, 2003
AB3 Jeremy Johnston plays with his sons Brandon, 6, (L) and Deven, 4,
upon his return from deployment...
San Diego
SAILOR OFF CONSTELLATION WELCOMED HOME IN SAN DIEGO.
AB3 Jeremy Johnston plays with his sons Brandon, 6, (L) and Deven, 4,
upon his return from deployment on the aircraft carrier USS
Constellation, at Naval Air Station North Island in San Diego, June 2,
2003. The seven month deployment included participation in the war in
Iraq, in which the Constellation Carrier Strike Group flew more than
1,500 missions and used more than 1 million pounds of ordnance,
including 408 Tomahawk cruise missiles. REUTERS/Jamie Rector

JR/HB
IRAQ USA
RTRMF2Q
April 25, 2003
Sailors from the San Diego-based guided missile cruiser USS Mobile Bay
toss their hats to waiting family...
San Diego, United States of America
SAILORS FROM USS MOBILE BAY TOSS HATS TO FAMILY AND FRIENDS AS THEY
ARRIVE HOME FROM WAR.
Sailors from the San Diego-based guided missile cruiser USS Mobile Bay
toss their hats to waiting family and friends as they dock in San Diego
April 25, 2003, after a 9 month deployment. The Ticonderoga-class
cruiser deployed with the Abraham Lincoln Strike Group in support of
Operation Enduring Freedom and participated most recently in Operation
Iraqi Freedom. The Mobile Bay returned home with the USS Shilo, both
ships fired a number of Tomahawk cruise missiles against targets in
Iraq during the opening stages of the war. REUTERS/Mike Blake

MB/HB
USS SAN JUAN
RTXLX5B
April 23, 2003
The USS San Juan returns to its home port at the Naval Submarine Base New London in Groton, Connecticut...
Groton, USA
The USS San Juan returns to its home port at the Naval Submarine Base New London in Groton, Connecti.....
The USS San Juan returns to its home port at the Naval Submarine Base New London in Groton, Connecticut April 23, 2003. The San Juan returned after a seven and one-half month deployment that included a role firing Tomahawk missiles during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
IRAQ USA
RTRMAQW
April 23, 2003
U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman Joshua Balter (R) is greeted by his wife
Gail and six year old son Daniel...
Groton, United States of America
SUBMARINE SAILOR GREETED BY WIFE AND SON AFTER MISSION IN IRAQ WAR.
U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman Joshua Balter (R) is greeted by his wife
Gail and six year old son Daniel after stepping off the submarine USS
San Juan at its home port at the Naval Submarine Base New London in
Groton, Connecticut April 23, 2003. The San Juan returned after a seven
and one half-month deployment that included a role firing Tomahawk
missiles during Operation Iraqi Freedom. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

BS
IRAQ USA
RTRMAQR
April 23, 2003
The USS San Juan returns to its home port at the Naval Submarine Base
New London in Groton, Connecticut...
Groton, United States of America
USS SAN JUAN RETURNS TO PORT AFTER MISSION IN IRAQ WAR.
The USS San Juan returns to its home port at the Naval Submarine Base
New London in Groton, Connecticut April 23, 2003. The San Juan returned
after a seven and one half-month deployment that included a role firing
Tomahawk missiles during Operation Iraqi Freedom. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

BS
IRAQ
RTRMAQ6
April 23, 2003
Family members of the crew watch for their loved ones to disembark from
the submarine USS San Juan at...
Groton, United States of America
FAMILIES OF CREW GREET SUBMARINE RETURNED FROM IRAQ WAR.
Family members of the crew watch for their loved ones to disembark from
the submarine USS San Juan at its home port at the Naval Submarine Base
New London in Groton, Connecticut April 23, 2003. The San Juan returned
after a seven and one half month deployment that included a role firing
Tomahawk missiles during Operation Iraqi Freedom. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

BS
IRAQ
RTRMAPM
April 23, 2003
Tiffany Kester kisses her husband Mechanic's Mate Steven Kester in
front of the USS San Juan (rear)...
Groton, United States of America
COUPLE KISSES IN FRONT OF SUB RETURNED FROM IRAQ WAR.
Tiffany Kester kisses her husband Mechanic's Mate Steven Kester in
front of the USS San Juan (rear) as the submarine returned to its home
port at the Naval Submarine Base New London in Groton, Connecticut
April 23, 2003. The San Juan returned after a seven and one half month
deployment that included a role firing Tomahawk missiles during
Operation Iraqi Freedom. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

BS
IRAQ USA
RTRMAOU
April 23, 2003
Family members of the crew of the USS San Juan greet the submarine at
its home port at the Naval Submarine...
Groton, United States of America
FAMILIES OF CREW GREET SUB RETURNED FROM IRAQ WAR.
Family members of the crew of the USS San Juan greet the submarine at
its home port at the Naval Submarine Base New London in Groton,
Connecticut April 23, 2003. The San Juan returned after a seven and one
half-month deployment that included a role firing Tomahawk missiles
during Operation Iraqi Freedom. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

BS
IRAQ
RTRMAOJ
April 23, 2003
U.S. Navy Electronics Technician Bobby Owens (R) is greeted by his wife
Kimberly and eight year-old...
Groton, United States of America
SAILOR GREETED BY FAMILY UPON RETURN FROM IRAQ WAR.
U.S. Navy Electronics Technician Bobby Owens (R) is greeted by his wife
Kimberly and eight year-old son J.R. as he steps off the submarine USS
San Juan at its home port at the Naval Submarine Base New London in
Groton, Connecticut April 23, 2003. The San Juan returned after a seven
and one half month deployment that included a role firing Tomahawk
missiles during Operation Iraqi Freedom. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

BS
IRAQ
RTRMAOD
April 23, 2003
Tiffany Kester kisses her husband Mechanic's Mate Steven Kester in
front of the USS San Juan (rear)...
Groton, United States of America
COUPLE KISSES IN FRONT OF SUBMARINE RETURNED FROM IRAQ WAR.
Tiffany Kester kisses her husband Mechanic's Mate Steven Kester in
front of the USS San Juan (rear) as the submarine returned to its home
port at the Naval Submarine Base New London in Groton, Connecticut
April 23, 2003. The San Juan returned after a seven and one half month
deployment that included a role firing Tomahawk missiles during
Operation Iraqi Freedom. REUTERS/Brian Snyder REUTERS

BS
IRAQ
RTRMANC
April 23, 2003
Tiffany Kester kisses her husband Mechanic's Mate Steven Kester in
front of the USS San Juan (rear)...
Groton, United States of America
COUPLE KISSES IN FRONT OF SUB RETURNED FROM IRAQ WAR.
Tiffany Kester kisses her husband Mechanic's Mate Steven Kester in
front of the USS San Juan (rear) as the submarine returned to its home
port at the Naval Submarine Base New London in Groton, Connecticut
April 23, 2003. The San Juan returned after a seven and one half month
deployment that included a role firing Tomahawk missiles during
Operation Iraqi Freedom. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

BS
IRAQ
RTRMAN3
April 23, 2003
U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman Joshua Balter (R) is greeted by his wife
Gail after stepping off the submarine...
Groton, United States of America
SUBMARINE SAILOR GREETED BY FAMILY AFTER MISSION IN IRAQ WAR.
U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman Joshua Balter (R) is greeted by his wife
Gail after stepping off the submarine USS San Juan at its home port at
the Naval Submarine Base New London in Groton, Connecticut April 23,
2003. The San Juan returned after a seven and one half month deployment
that included a role firing Tomahawk missiles during Operation Iraqi
Freedom. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

BS
DEFENSE
RTRLDUX
April 12, 2003
The USS Mason (DDG 87), the United States Navy's newest and most
advanced guided missile destroyer,...
Port Canaveral, United States of America
NEW US NAVY DESTROYER USS MASON ARRIVES AT PORT CANAVERAL IN FLORIDA.
The USS Mason (DDG 87), the United States Navy's newest and most
advanced guided missile destroyer, arrives at Port Canaveral, Florida,
April 4,2003. The Mason is the newest of the Arleigh Burke class
destroyers and carries an array of advanced weaponry, including the
Aegis anti-air warfare missile system, Tomahawk land attack missiles,
an advanced anti-submarine detection system and two helicopters. The
Mason is to be commissioned at Port Canaveral on April 12, 2003.
REUTERS/ Karl Ronstrom

KR/GN
DEFENSE
RTRLDUP
April 12, 2003
The USS Mason (DDG 87), the United States Navy's newest and most
advanced guided missile destroyer,...
Port Canaveral, United States of America
NEW US NAVY DESTROYER USS MASON ARRIVES AT PORT CANAVERAL IN FLORIDA.
The USS Mason (DDG 87), the United States Navy's newest and most
advanced guided missile destroyer, arrives at Port Canaveral, Florida,
April 4,2003. The Mason is the newest of the Arleigh Burke class
destroyers and carries an array of advanced weaponry, including the
Aegis anti-air warfare missile system, Tomahawk land attack missiles,
an advanced anti-submarine detection system and two helicopters. The
Mason is to be commissioned at Port Canaveral on April 12, 2003.
REUTERS/ Karl Ronstrom

KR/GN
IRAQ KUWAIT
RTRLCYW
April 04, 2003
British Royal Air Force Harrier GR7 pilot Flt Lt Tony Hanlon makes his
way back to his camped base in...
Kuwait, Kuwait - State of
BRITISH ROYAL AIR FORCE HARRIER GR7 PILOT WALKS BACK TO HIS CAMPED BASE
IN KUWAIT AFTER MISSION OVER...
British Royal Air Force Harrier GR7 pilot Flt Lt Tony Hanlon makes his
way back to his camped base in Kuwait after his mission over Iraq April
4, 2003. U.S. and British aircraft are flying more than 1,000 sorties
over Iraq each day, and their forces have fired more than 700 Tomahawk
and other cruise missiles.

REUTERS/Russell Boyce
IRAQ
RTRL1Z3
March 29, 2003
Reuters Baghdad bureau chief Hassan Hafidh, inspects the Reuters office
following airstrikes at Iraq's...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
REUTERS BAGHDAD BUREAU CHIEF INSPECTS DAMAGE TO REUTERS OFFICE AFTER
AIRSTRIKE IN BAGHDAD.
Reuters Baghdad bureau chief Hassan Hafidh, inspects the Reuters office
following airstrikes at Iraq's Information Ministry in Baghdad early
March 29, 2003. A U.S. missile appeared to have pierced the roof of the
main 11-storey ministry building on Saturday, and aerials and satellite
dishes on the roof were broken. A ministry annexe which houses the
offices of several media organisations including Reuters was also
damaged. A U.S. Central Command statement said Tomahawk cruise missiles
had targeted the ministry building, but that an official assessment of
the damage was not yet available. REUETERS/Faleh Kheiber

fk/AA
IRAQ USA
RTRKUEN
March 25, 2003
A Tomahawk cruise missile powers through a wall of flames as it is
fired from the foreward MK-41 vertical...
On Baord Uss Mobile Bay, USA
A TOMAHAWK CRUISE MISSILE IS LAUNCHED FROM THE USS MOBILE BAY IN THE
GULF.
A Tomahawk cruise missile powers through a wall of flames as it is
fired from the foreward MK-41 vertical launching system on board the
Aegis guided missile cruiser USS Mobile Bay (CG 53), in the continuing
'shock and awe' campaign of Operation 'Iraqi Freedom', March 25, 2003.
Multiple low-flying Tomahawk missiles were launched from the USS Mobile
Bay and another nearby warship at targets in Iraq on Tuesday.
REUTERS/John Schults REUTERS

JES/FMS
USA
RTXLVU3
March 24, 2003
The U.S. flag flies from the Aegis guided missile cruiser USS Mobile Bay (CG 53) as it patrols the Gulf...
ABOARD USS MOBILE BAY
The U.S. flag flies from the Aegis guided missile cruiser USS Mobile Bay (CG 53) as it patrols the G.....
The U.S. flag flies from the Aegis guided missile cruiser USS Mobile Bay (CG 53) as it patrols the Gulf during Operation Iraqi Freedom, March 24, 2003. Multiple salvos of the upwards of a million dollars, low-flying Tomahawk missiles have been launched from the USS Mobile Bay, a member of the [Abraham Lincoln] carrier group, at targets in Iraq.
USA
RTXLVU2
March 24, 2003
A Tomahawk cruise missile rises in a plume of smoke as it is fired from the MK-41 vertical launching...
ABOARD USS MOBILE BAY
A Tomahawk cruise missile rises in a plume of smoke as it is fired from the MK-41 vertical launching.....
A Tomahawk cruise missile rises in a plume of smoke as it is fired from the MK-41 vertical launching system and lights up the U.S. flag and a banner which reads, 'We Shall Never Forget' on board the Aegis guided missile cruiser USS Mobile Bay (CG 53), March 24, 2003. Multiple low-flying Tomahawk missiles were launched from the USS Mobile Bay, a member of the [Abraham Lincoln] carrier group, at targets in Iraq.
USA
RTXLVU1
March 24, 2003
A Tomahawk cruise missile rises in a plume of smoke as it is fired from the MK-41 vertical launching...
ABOARD USS MOBILE BAY
A Tomahawk cruise missile rises in a plume of smoke as it is fired from the MK-41 vertical launching.....
A Tomahawk cruise missile rises in a plume of smoke as it is fired from the MK-41 vertical launching system and lights up the U.S. flag and a banner which reads, 'We Shall Never Forget' on board the Aegis guided missile cruiser USS Mobile Bay (CG 53), March 24, 2003. Multiple low-flying Tomahawk missiles were launched from the USS Mobile Bay, a member of the [Abraham Lincoln] carrier group, at targets in Iraq.
USA
RTXLVU0
March 24, 2003
The U.S. flag is illuminated as it flies from the the yardarm by the light of a Tomahawk missile which...
ABOARD USS MOBILE BAY
The U.S. flag is illuminated as it flies from the the yardarm by the light of a Tomahawk missile whi.....
The U.S. flag is illuminated as it flies from the the yardarm by the light of a Tomahawk missile which is fired from the Aegis guided missile cruiser USS Mobile Bay (CG 53), March 24, 2003. Multiple low-flying Tomahawk missiles were launched from the USS Mobile Bay, a member of the [Abraham Lincoln] carrier group, at targets in Iraq.
USA
RTXLVTZ
March 24, 2003
A Tomahawk cruise missile rises in a plume of smoke as it is fired from the MK-41 vertical launching...
ABOARD USS MOBILE BAY
A Tomahawk cruise missile rises in a plume of smoke as it is fired from the MK-41 vertical launching.....
A Tomahawk cruise missile rises in a plume of smoke as it is fired from the MK-41 vertical launching system and lights up the U.S. flag and a banner which reads, 'We Shall Never Forget' on board the Aegis guided missile cruiser USS Mobile Bay (CG 53), March 24, 2003. Multiple low-flying Tomahawk missiles were launched from the USS Mobile Bay, a member of the Abraham Lincoln carrier group, at targets in Iraq.
IRAQ USA
RTRKR86
March 24, 2003
The U.S. flag flies from the Aegis guided missile cruiser USS Mobile
Bay (CG 53) as it patrols the Gulf...
On Baord Uss Mobile Bay, USA
AERIAL VIEW OF AEGIS GUIDED MISSILE CRUISER THE USS MOBILE BAY IN THE
GULF.
The U.S. flag flies from the Aegis guided missile cruiser USS Mobile
Bay (CG 53) as it patrols the Gulf during Operation Iraqi Freedom,
March 24, 2003. Multiple salvos of the upwards of a million dollars,
low-flying Tomahawk missiles have been launched from the USS Mobile
Bay, a member of the Abraham Lincoln carrier group, at targets in Iraq.
REUTERS/John Schults

JES/CRB
IRAQ USA
RTRKQK0
March 24, 2003
A Tomahawk cruise missile rises in a plume of smoke as it is fired from
the MK-41 vertical launching...
On Baord Uss Mobile Bay, USA
A TOMAHAWK CRUISE MISSILE IS LAUNCHED FROM THE USS MOBILE BAY IN THE
GULF.
A Tomahawk cruise missile rises in a plume of smoke as it is fired from
the MK-41 vertical launching system and lights up the U.S. flag and a
banner which reads, 'We Shall Never Forget' on board the Aegis guided
missile cruiser USS Mobile Bay (CG 53), March 24, 2003. Multiple
low-flying Tomahawk missiles were launched from the USS Mobile Bay, a
member of the Abraham Lincoln carrier group, at targets in Iraq.
REUTERS/John Schults

JES
IRAQ USA
RTRKQJL
March 24, 2003
A Tomahawk cruise missile rises in a plume of smoke as it is fired from
the MK-41 vertical launching...
On Baord Uss Mobile Bay, USA
A TOMAHAWK CRUISE MISSILE IS LAUNCHED FROM THE USS MOBILE BAY IN THE
GULF.
A Tomahawk cruise missile rises in a plume of smoke as it is fired from
the MK-41 vertical launching system and lights up the U.S. flag and a
banner which reads, 'We Shall Never Forget' on board the Aegis guided
missile cruiser USS Mobile Bay (CG 53), March 24, 2003. Multiple
low-flying Tomahawk missiles were launched from the USS Mobile Bay, a
member of the Abraham Lincoln carrier group, at targets in Iraq.
REUTERS/John Schults

JES
IRAQ USA
RTRKQJH
March 24, 2003
A Tomahawk cruise missile rises in a plume of smoke as it is fired from
the MK-41 vertical launching...
On Baord Uss Mobile Bay, USA
A TOMAHAWK CRUISE MISSILE IS LAUNCHED FROM THE USS MOBILE BAY IN THE
GULF.
A Tomahawk cruise missile rises in a plume of smoke as it is fired from
the MK-41 vertical launching system and lights up the U.S. flag and a
banner which reads, 'We Shall Never Forget' on board the Aegis guided
missile cruiser USS Mobile Bay (CG 53), March 24, 2003. Multiple
low-flying Tomahawk missiles were launched from the USS Mobile Bay, a
member of the Abraham Lincoln carrier group, at targets in Iraq.
REUTERS/John Schults

JES
IRAQ USA
RTRKQJC
March 24, 2003
The U.S. flag is illuminated as it flies from the the yardarm by the
light of a Tomahawk missile which...
On Baord Uss Mobile Bay, USA
U.S. FLAG IS LIT BY PASSING TOMAHAWK CRUISE MISSILE AFTER LAUNCH FROM
THE USS MOBILE BAY IN THE GULF....
The U.S. flag is illuminated as it flies from the the yardarm by the
light of a Tomahawk missile which is fired from the Aegis guided
missile cruiser USS Mobile Bay (CG 53), March 24, 2003. Multiple
low-flying Tomahawk missiles were launched from the USS Mobile Bay, a
member of the Abraham Lincoln carrier group, at targets in Iraq.
REUTERS/John Schults

JES
IRAQ USA
RTRKQIX
March 24, 2003
A Tomahawk cruise missile rises in a plume of smoke as it is fired from
the MK-41 vertical launching...
On Baord Uss Mobile Bay, USA
A TOMAHAWK CRUISE MISSILE IS LAUNCHED FROM THE USS MOBILE BAY IN THE
GULF.
A Tomahawk cruise missile rises in a plume of smoke as it is fired from
the MK-41 vertical launching system and lights up the U.S. flag and a
banner which reads, 'We Shall Never Forget' on board the Aegis guided
missile cruiser USS Mobile Bay (CG 53), March 24, 2003. Multiple
low-flying Tomahawk missiles were launched from the USS Mobile Bay, a
member of the Abraham Lincoln carrier group, at targets in Iraq.
REUTERS/John Schults

JES
USA
RTXLUTQ
March 22, 2003
Chief Petty Officer, Gunner's Mate Christopher Baez (Kneeling C), a native of Riverside, California assists...
ABOARD USS MOBILE BAY
Chief Petty Officer, Gunner's Mate Christopher Baez (Kneeling C), a native of Riverside, California .....
Chief Petty Officer, Gunner's Mate Christopher Baez (Kneeling C), a native of Riverside, California assists as Gunner's Mate Landon Bartlett, (Kneeling R), a native of Royal City, Washington holds a flashlight as he inspects a Tomahawk cruise missile cell during a post fire check on the MK-41 vertical launching system on board the Aegis guided missile cruiser USS Mobile Bay (CG 53), March 22, 2003. Multiple low-flying Tomahawk missiles were launched overnight from the USS Mobile Bay, at the start of the 'shock and awe' campaign in operation 'Iraqi Freedom at targets in Iraq.
USA
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March 22, 2003
Chief Petty Officer, Gunner's Mate Christopher Baez, a native of Riverside, CA, holds a flashlight as...
ABOARD USS MOBILE BAY
Chief Petty Officer, Gunner's Mate Christopher Baez, a native of Riverside, CA, holds a flashlight a.....
Chief Petty Officer, Gunner's Mate Christopher Baez, a native of Riverside, CA, holds a flashlight as he inspects a Tomahawk cruise missile cell during a post fire check on the MK-41 vertical launching system on board the Aegis guided missile cruiser USS Mobile Bay (CG 53), March 22, 2003. Multiple low-flying Tomahawk missiles were launched overnight from the USS Mobile Bay, at the start of the 'shock and awe' campaign in operation 'Iraqi Freedom' at targets in Iraq.
IRAQ USA
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March 22, 2003
A Tomahawk cruise missile is fired from the aft MK-41 vertical
launching system near the 5"54 Gun System...
On Baord Uss Mobile Bay, USA
A TOMAHAWK CRUISE MISSILE IS LAUNCHED FROM THE USS MOBILE BAY IN THE
GULF.
A Tomahawk cruise missile is fired from the aft MK-41 vertical
launching system near the 5"54 Gun System on board the Aegis guided
missile cruiser USS Mobile Bay (CG 53), at the start of the 'shock and
awe' campaign in operation 'Iraqi Freedom', March 22, 2003. Multiple
low-flying Tomahawk missiles were launched overnight from the USS
Mobile Bay, a member of the Abraham Lincoln carrier group, at targets
in Iraq. REUTERS/John Schults

JES
TOMAHAWK
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March 21, 2003
A Tomahawk cruise missile rises in a plume of smoke as it is launched from the MK-41 vertical launching...
ABAORD USS MOBILE BAY
A Tomahawk cruise missile rises in a plume of smoke as it is launched from the MK-41 vertical launch.....
A Tomahawk cruise missile rises in a plume of smoke as it is launched from the MK-41 vertical launching system and lights up the U.S. flag and a banner which reads, 'We Shall Never Forget' on board the Aegis guided-missile cruiser USS Mobile Bay (CG 53), at the start of the 'shock and awe' campaign in operation 'Iraqi Freedom', March 21, 2003. Multiple low-flying Tomahawk missiles were launched from the USS Mobile Bay, [a member of the Abraham Lincoln carrier group, at targets in Iraq.]
TOMAHAWK
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March 21, 2003
A Tomahawk cruise missile is launched from the MK-41 vertical launching system and lights American flags...
ABAORD USS MOBILE BAY
A Tomahawk cruise missile is launched from the MK-41 vertical launching system and lights American f.....
A Tomahawk cruise missile is launched from the MK-41 vertical launching system and lights American flags and a banner which reads, 'We Shall Never Forget' on board the Aegis guided-missile cruiser USS Mobile Bay (CG 53), at the start of the 'shock and awe' campaign in operation 'Iraqi Freedom', March 21, 2003. Multiple low-flying Tomahawk missiles were launched from the USS Mobile Bay, a member of the [Abraham Lincoln carrier group], at targets in Iraq.
TOMAHAWK
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March 21, 2003
A Tomahawk cruise missile is launched from the MK-41 vertical launching system and lights U.S. flags...
ABAORD USS MOBILE BAY
A Tomahawk cruise missile is launched from the MK-41 vertical launching system and lights U.S. flags.....
A Tomahawk cruise missile is launched from the MK-41 vertical launching system and lights U.S. flags and a banner which reads, 'We Shall Never Forget' on board the Aegis guided-missile cruiser USS Mobile Bay (CG 53), at the start of the 'shock and awe' campaign in operation 'Iraqi Freedom' March 21, 2003. Multiple low-flying Tomahawk missiles were launched from the USS Mobile Bay, a member of the [Abraham Lincoln] carrier group, at targets in Iraq.
IRAQ USA
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March 21, 2003
A Tomahawk cruise missile is launched from the MK-41 vertical launching
system and lights U.S. flags...
On Board Uss Mobile Bay, USA
A TOMAHAWK CRUISE MISSILE IS LAUNCHED FROM THE USS MOBILE BAY IN THE
GULF.
A Tomahawk cruise missile is launched from the MK-41 vertical launching
system and lights U.S. flags and a banner which reads, 'We Shall Never
Forget' on board the Aegis guided-missile cruiser USS Mobile Bay (CG
53), at the start of the 'shock and awe' campaign in operation 'Iraqi
Freedom' March 21, 2003. Multiple low-flying Tomahawk missiles were
launched from the USS Mobile Bay, a member of the Abraham Lincoln
carrier group, at targets in Iraq. REUTERS/John Schults

JES
IRAQ USA
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March 21, 2003
U.S. flags fly from the yardarm as a Tomahawk cruise missile is fired
from the aft MK-41 vertical launching...
On Board Uss Mobile Bay, USA
AMERICAN FLAGS FLY DURING FIRING TOMAHAWK CRUISE MISSILE IS LAUNCHED
FROM THE USS MOBILE BAY IN THE...
U.S. flags fly from the yardarm as a Tomahawk cruise missile is fired
from the aft MK-41 vertical launching system on board the Aegis
guided-missile cruiser USS Mobile Bay (CG 53), at the start of the
'shock and awe' campaign in operation 'Iraqi Freedom', March 21, 2003.
Multiple low-flying Tomahawk missiles were launched from the USS Mobile
Bay, a member of the Abraham Lincoln carrier group, at targets in Iraq.
REUTERS/John Schults

JES
IRAQ USA
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March 21, 2003
A Tomahawk cruise missile rises in a plume of smoke as it is launched
from the MK-41 vertical launching...
On Baord Uss Mobile Bay, USA
A TOMAHAWK CRUISE MISSILE IS LAUNCHED FROM THE USS MOBILE BAY IN THE
GULF.
A Tomahawk cruise missile rises in a plume of smoke as it is launched
from the MK-41 vertical launching system and lights up the U.S. flag
and a banner which reads, 'We Shall Never Forget' on board the Aegis
guided-missile cruiser USS Mobile Bay (CG 53), at the start of the
'shock and awe' campaign in operation 'Iraqi Freedom', March 21, 2003.
Multiple low-flying Tomahawk missiles were launched from the USS Mobile
Bay, a member of the Abraham Lincoln carrier group, at targets in Iraq.
REUTERS/John Schults

JES
IRAQ USA
RTRKK9J
March 21, 2003
A Tomahawk cruise missile is launched from the MK-41 vertical launching
system and lights American flags...
On Board Uss Mobile Bay, USA
A TOMAHAWK CRUISE MISSILE IS LAUNCHED FROM THE USS MOBILE BAY IN THE
GULF.
A Tomahawk cruise missile is launched from the MK-41 vertical launching
system and lights American flags and a banner which reads, 'We Shall
Never Forget' on board the Aegis guided-missile cruiser USS Mobile Bay
(CG 53), at the start of the 'shock and awe' campaign in operation
'Iraqi Freedom', March 21, 2003. Multiple low-flying Tomahawk missiles
were launched from the USS Mobile Bay, a member of the Abraham Lincoln
carrier group, at targets in Iraq. REUTERS/John Schults

JES
IRAQ USA
RTRKK9D
March 21, 2003
A Tomahawk cruise missile is launched from the MK-41 vertical launching
system and lights U.S. flags...
On Baord Uss Mobile Bay, USA
A TOMAHAWK CRUISE MISSILE IS LAUNCHED FROM THE USS MOBILE BAY IN THE
GULF.
A Tomahawk cruise missile is launched from the MK-41 vertical launching
system and lights U.S. flags and a banner which reads, 'We Shall Never
Forget' on board the Aegis guided-missile cruiser USS Mobile Bay (CG
53), at the start of the 'shock and awe' campaign in operation 'Iraqi
Freedom' March 21, 2003. Multiple low-flying Tomahawk missiles were
launched from the USS Mobile Bay, a member of the Abraham Lincoln
carrier group, at targets in Iraq. REUTERS/John Schults

JES
USA
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March 20, 2003
Crew make flight checks on a SH-64 Seahawk helicopter by moonlight, in this time exposure, on the landing...
ABOARD USS MOBILE BAY
Crew make flight checks on a SH-64 Seahawk helicopter by moonlight, in this time exposure, on the la.....
Crew make flight checks on a SH-64 Seahawk helicopter by moonlight, in this time exposure, on the landing platform of the Aegis guided-missile cruiser USS Mobile Bay (CG 53), in the Gulf, March 19, 2003. The USS Mobile Bay, part of the Abraham Lincoln carrier group, carries Tomahawk cruise missiles. [Sporadic explosions continued to rock the outskirts of Baghdad on Thursday, 100 minutes after U.S. air strikes began a war to overthrow Iraqi President Saddam Hussein. Reuters correspondents in the city centre said a dawn wave of jet aircraft attacks did not appear to have been repeated, suggesting that later blasts were caused by missiles.]
GERMANY MARKETS
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March 20, 2003
A trader at Frankfurt's stock exchange wipes his face in front of the Dax
index board March 20, 2003....
Frankfurt, Germany
TRADER AT FRANKFURT'S STOCK EXCHANGE WIPES HIS FACE IN FRONT OF THE
DAX INDEX BOARD.
A trader at Frankfurt's stock exchange wipes his face in front of the Dax
index board March 20, 2003. European stocks gyrated in nervous early deals
on Thursday after war in Iraq began. Markets wobbled after US officials said
more than 40 Tomahawk missiles had been fired on the Iraqi capital,
signalling the start of a long awaited war, the prospect of which has cast a
pall over world stock markets for months. REUTERS/Michael Dalder
PP03030060

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GERMANY MARKETS
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March 20, 2003
A German trader at Frankfurt's stock exchange frowns in front of the
Dax index board March 20, 2003....
Frankfurt, Germany
GERMAN TRADER AT FRANKFURT'S STOCK EXCHANGE FROWNS IN FRONT OF THE DAX
INDEX BOARD.
A German trader at Frankfurt's stock exchange frowns in front of the
Dax index board March 20, 2003. European stocks gyrated in nervous
early deals on Thursday after war in Iraq began. Markets wobbled after
US officials said more than 40 Tomahawk missiles had been fired on the
Iraqi capital, signalling the start of a long awaited war, the prospect
of which has cast a pall over world stock markets for months.
REUTERS/Michael Dalder

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TAIWAN
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March 20, 2003
Workers hand out copies of a special edition of the Apple Daily bearing
the headline "Tomahawk missiles...
Taipei, Taiwan
WORKERS HAND OUT AN SPECIAL EDITION ON THE IRAQ CONFLICT IN TAIPEI.
Workers hand out copies of a special edition of the Apple Daily bearing
the headline "Tomahawk missiles on Saddam's trail" in Taipei March 20,
2003. The Hong Kong-based newspaper has not officially launched its
Taiwan edition but took advantage of the first shots of the U.S. war
against Iraq on Thursday to drum up brand recognition for the new
entrant to the island's newspaper market. REUTERS/Richard Chung

RC/FA
IRAQ USA
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March 20, 2003
Quartermaster Jim Galczynski, a native of San Diego, CA punches the air
with his fist as he signals...
On Baord Uss Mobile Bay, USA
CREW HOIST BANNER UNDER SHIP'S BRIDGE ON BOARD USS MOBILE BAY IN THE
GULF.
Quartermaster Jim Galczynski, a native of San Diego, CA punches the air
with his fist as he signals crew who hoist a banner which reads, 'We
Shall Never Forget' on the Aegis guided-missile cruiser USS Mobile Bay
(CG 53), several hours after the first Tomahawks were launched on Iraq
from ships in the region, March 20, 2003. The banner, on the foreward
deckhouse, overlooks an array of 64 hatches from which house Tomahawk
guided missiles could be launched in the war against Iraq. REUTERS/John
Schults REUTERS

JES/WS
ATTACK
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March 20, 2003
Explosions rocked Baghdad at dawn March 20, 2003 as the United States
launched a war to overthrow Saddam...
Aboard The Uss Philippine Sea
FILE PHOTO OF TOMAHAWK CRUISE MISSILE LAUNCH.
Explosions rocked Baghdad at dawn March 20, 2003 as the United States
launched a war to overthrow Saddam Hussein. Reuters correspondents in
the city centre heard jets roar overhead, Iraqi anti-aircraft batteries
open up and air raid sirens sound about 90 minutes after a U.S.
deadline expired. A Tomahawk missile is launched during the second
night of cruise missile strikes on Yugoslavia from the USS Philippine
Sea guided missile cruiser in this March 25, 1999 file photo.
REUTERS/Paul Hanna

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