Photos Coalition Forces - Gulf War II

Marines from the 2nd battalion/8 MAR, prepare themselves after receiving orders to cross the Iraqi border at Camp Shoup, northern Kuwait, on March 20, 2003
Royal Air Force personnel wait in a bunker wearing full Nuclear Biological and Chemical suits after a warning of a Scud missile attack on their base in Kuwait March 20, 2003
An unidentified member of the Special Air Services Regiment (SAS) at the Al Asad airbase in western Iraq. The SAS, assisted by commandos from the 4th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment (4RAR) took control of the airbase from on 11 April 2003 and discovered almost 8 million kilograms of explosive ordnance and over 50 aircraft. The aircraft were hidden under camouflage nets or buried in large pits, with the majority having escaped damage during the Coalition bombing of the early stages of the war. The SAS and 4RAR operated in the Middle East as part of the Australian commitment to the Coalition forces assembled to disarm Iraq.
23 April 2003. Petty Officer Clearance Diver (POCD) Dean 'Jock' Campbell and Able Seaman Clearance Diver (ABCD) Colin Von Rechenberg of Red Team, Australian Clearance Diving Team 3 (AUSCDT3), walk along a cleared path through a potential minefield on the Al Faw peninsula.
Special Forces patrol from Task Force 64 at the Al Asad Air Base in western Iraq, during Operation Falconer, April 2003.
French mercenaries (the so-called "contractors") armed with FAMAS F1 rifles posing next to Iraqi commandos of the 1st Special Operations Brigade, "Golden Brigade", in Iraq, in 2007.
Polish JW GROM in Bagdad, 2003. With unblurred face Colonel Piotr Gąstal, unit commander in years 2011-2016.
17 May 2003. A soldier of the 2nd Cavalry Regiment (2 CAV), Royal Australian Armoured Corps (RAAC), in the turret of an Australian Light Armoured Vehicle (ASLAV) near the former Australian Embassy residence in Baghdad.
Bradley A3s with soldiers of Bravo Company, 3rd Battalion, 8th Cavalry Regiment wait for orders to conduct a house search for weapons caches near Camp Speicher, Iraq, February 10th 2007.
Members of SEAL Team 3 Charlie Platoon, also known as “The Punishers” in their sniper's hide Ramadi, Iraq, 2006. Left to right: SO1 Kevin "Dauber" Lacz - Sniper and Medic, (✞) CPO Chris "The Legend" Kyle - Sniper and (✞) PO2 Marc A. Lee.
MT-LB multipurpose tracked vehicle destroyed by elements of the US Marine Corps (USMC) C/Company, 1ST Tank Battalion, near At Tubah Hamra, Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom - 22 March, 2003
Soldiers from C Company, 1st Battalion, 26th Infantry Regiment, prepare to conduct a Cordon and Search operation in Al Adhamiya, Baghdad, Iraq, Feb. 21, 2007
SEAL Team 3 (TU Bruiser) members overlooking the roof while a Teammate clutches an M79 during the Battle of Ramadi. 2006
Destroyed and burnt out M1A1 Abrams sits in front of a Fedayeen camp just outside of Jaman A1 Juburi, Iraq. Operation Iraqi Freedom (2003). Disabled by an RPG, sabotaged and later destroyed by an Apache to prevent capture.
After a failed breach by the Delta Force to capture Uday and Qusay Hussein, 101st Airborne Division fired a bunch of TOWs into the building before making another entry. Mosul, July 2003
Marines from the 2nd Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment escort captured Iraqi prisoners of war during Operation Iraqi Freedom. 21 March 2003
A Challenger 2 main battle tank, of the Queens Royal Lancers crosses into Iraq, 21 March 2003.
Ukrainian Soldiers with BRT-80A (8x8) armored personnel carriers (APC) traveling in a joint convoy with US Marines from Al Kut to As Suwayrah, Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom 2003. From 2003-2008, more than 5,000 Ukrainian troops served in Iraq. 18 were killed in action.

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