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USNS Seay (T-AKR302) unloads I Marine Expeditionary Force equipment during exercise Native Fury 20 in the Arabian Gulf, March 14, 2020. Native Fury 20 is a joint bilateral exercise involving thousands of forces demonstrating the ability to respond to contingencies, natural disasters and other possible crises in the region.
200314-M-JX780-1202.JPG Photo By: Lance Cpl. Brendan Mullin

Mar 17, 2020
AT SEA - USNS Seay (T-AKR302) unloads I Marine Expeditionary Force equipment during exercise Native Fury 20 in the Arabian Gulf, March 14, 2020. Native Fury 20 is a joint bilateral exercise involving thousands of forces demonstrating the ability to respond to contingencies, natural disasters and other possible crises in the region.


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USNS Seay (T-AKR302) unloads I Marine Expeditionary Force equipment during exercise Native Fury 20 in the Arabian Gulf, March 14, 2020. Native Fury 20 is a joint bilateral exercise involving thousands of forces demonstrating the ability to respond to contingencies, natural disasters and other possible crises in the region.
200314-M-JX780-1202.JPG Photo By: Lance Cpl. Brendan Mullin

Mar 17, 2020
AT SEA - USNS Seay (T-AKR302) unloads I Marine Expeditionary Force equipment during exercise Native Fury 20 in the Arabian Gulf, March 14, 2020. Native Fury 20 is a joint bilateral exercise involving thousands of forces demonstrating the ability to respond to contingencies, natural disasters and other possible crises in the region.


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This photograph is considered public domain and has been cleared for release. If you would like to republish please give the photographer appropriate credit. Further, any commercial or non-commercial use of this photograph or any other DoD image must be made in compliance with guidance found at http://www.dimoc.mil/resources/limitations.html , which pertains to intellectual property restrictions (e.g., copyright and trademark, including the use of official emblems, insignia, names and slogans), warnings regarding use of images of identifiable personnel, appearance of endorsement, and related matters.



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