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Images Dated 2005 June

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Choose from 52 pictures in our Images Dated 2005 June collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

10 Jun 2005 Featured June Print

10 Jun 2005

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Artillery, Boot, Cache, Checking, Color Image, Day, Examining, Explosive, Field, Firearms, Gun, Helmet, Infantrymen, Inspecting, Iraq, Men, Middle East, Military, Munitions, Ordnance, Outdoors, Photography, Pile, Rifle, Shells, Side View, Soldier, Transportation, Troops, Two People, Vehicle, Vertical, Weapon, Weapons Cache

A UH-1N Huey crew chief scans the ground while manning a .50 caliber machine gun Featured June Print

A UH-1N Huey crew chief scans the ground while manning a .50 caliber machine gun

Al Qaim, Iraq, June 4, 2005 - A UH-1N Huey crew chief scans the ground to find a target while practicing aerial gunnery from his .50 caliber machine gun

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50 Caliber, 50 Caliber Machine Gun, Accuracy, Adult, Aerial, Aerial Gunner, Aircraft, Army, Chief, Color Image, Communication, Day, Door, Door Gunner, Firearms, Goggles, Gunner, Headset, Helicopter, Huey Helicopter, Inside, Iraq, Machine Guns, Middle East, Military, One Person, Outdoors, Patrol, Photography, Radio, Rotary Wing Aircraft, Rotorcraft, Safety Goggles, Scanning, Side View, Sitting, Transceiver, Transmission, Twin Huey, Uh 1, Uh 1 Huey, Uh 1 Iroquois, Us Armed Forces, Us Army, Utility Aircraft, Utility Helicopters, Vertical, Viewing, Watching, Weapon

A RQ-8A Fire Scout unmanned aerial vehicle in flight Featured June Print

A RQ-8A Fire Scout unmanned aerial vehicle in flight

St. Inigoes, Maryland, June 27, 2005 - A RQ-8A Fire Scout Vertical Takeoff and Landing Tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (VTUAV) System takes off for a flight demonstration at the 2005 Naval Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Air Demo held at the Webster Field Annex of Naval Air Station Patuxent River. Fire Scout has the ability to autonomously take off and land from any aviation-capable warship and at unprepared landing zones. With an on-station endurance of over four hours, the Fire Scout system is capable of continuous operations, providing coverage at 110 nautical miles from the launch site. Utilizing a baseline payload that includes electro-optical/infrared sensors and a laser rangefinder /designator, Fire Scout can find and identify tactical targets, track and designate targets, accurately provide targeting data to strike platforms, employ precision weapons, and perform battle damage assessment

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