File:USMC LSD with LCACS and helicopters.jpg

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Source http://www.dodmedia.osd.mil ID: Image:USMC LCACs coming in.jpg

Caption: "A US Navy (USN) LANDING Craft-Air Cushion (LCAC) craft, approached the beach at Samesan Royal Thai MARINE Base, Thailand, as two US MARINE Corps (USMC) CH-53E Sea Stallion helicopters assigned to MARINE Heavy Helicopter Squadron 462 (HMH-462) fly over head. In the background the US Navy (USN) WHIDBEY ISLAND CLASS: Dock LANDING Ship, USS FORT McHENRY (LSD 43) and an unidentified utility craft lie off shore. All part of an amphibious assault exercise conducted during Exercise COBRA GOLD 2002.

Camera Operator: SSGT JERRY MORRISON, USAF Date Shot: 28 May 2002"

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