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Members of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP)

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Members of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP)

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Members of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) assist a civilian displaced by Typhoon Haiyan as part of Operation Damayan at Villamor Air Base, Nov. 14. The U.S. and Philippine Armed Forces have transported more than 384,400 pounds of relief supplies and more than 1,735 displaced personnel. The militaries of the two nations have partnered and trained together for decades, which prepare both forces for the challenges associated with extreme circumstances. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Caleb Hoover)

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14/11/2013
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