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An M110 203 mm self-propelled howitzer is hidden by smoke during a training exercise. An M548 tracked cargo carrier is in the background

Technicians help a fork lift operator guide a cargo carrier during operation SOLID SHIELD '79

PHC Chet King ....Sailors service the engine of a LARC-5 amphibious cargo carrier during an amphibious exercise. OFFICIAL U.S. NAVY PHOTO (RELEASED)

PHC Chet King ....A sailor operates a radio from the driver's seat of a LARC-5 amphibious cargo carrier during an amphibious exercise. OFFICIAL U.S. NAVY PHOTO (RELEASED)

PHC Chet King ....Sailors man their stations aboard a LARC-5 amphibious cargo carrier during an amphibious exercise. OFFICIAL U.S. NAVY PHOTO (RELEASED)

PHC Chet King ....Sailors stand atop a LARC-5 amphibious cargo carrier during an amphibious exercise. OFFICIAL U.S. NAVY PHOTO (RELEASED)

An amphibious cargo carrier and a tracked carrier stand at the water's edge near the 24th Marine Amphibious Unit encampment. The Marines have been deployed in Lebanon as part of a multi-national peacekeeping force following confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

A LARC 15 amphibious cargo carrier enters a US Marine encampment. The Marines have been deployed in Lebanon as part of a multi-national peacekeeping force following confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

A LARC 5 (Light Amphibious Resupply Cargo) amphibious cargo carrier operates in the surf alongside an LCM 8 Mod-1 Mechanized Landing Craft at Onslow Beach during Exercise Solid Shield '85

A LARC 5 (Light Amphibious Resupply Cargo) light amphibious cargo carrier on shore at Onslow beach during Exercise Solid Shield '85

A LARC 5 (Light Amphibious Resupply Cargo) amphibious cargo carrier assists an M-886 ambulance stuck in the surf after being driven off the Utility Landing craft (LCU 1653) at Onslow Beach during Exercise Solid Shield '85

A LARC-5 amphibious cargo carrier, an LCM-8 Mod-1 mechanized landing craft, an M-35A2 1/2 ton cargo truck and the utility landing craft LCU-1653 at Onslow Beach during Exercise Solid Shield '85

A LARC 5 (Light Amphibious Resupply Cargo) amphibious cargo carrier at Onslow Beach during Exercise Solid Shield '85

A LARC 5 (Light Amphibious Resupply Cargo) amphibious cargo carrier is driven off the Utility Landing craft (LCU 1653) at Onslow Beach during Exercise Solid Shield '85

Crewman aboard the Utility Landing Craft 1649 (LCU 1649) landing at Onslow Beach prepare to lay a fuel line hose with the assistance of a LARC 5 (Light Amphibious Resupply Cargo) light amphibious cargo carrier during Exercise Solid Shield '85

Members of a beachmaster unit head for shore aboard a LARC5 amphibious cargo carrier during the multinational joint service Exercise BRIGHT STAR '85

Members of Battery A, 6th Bn., 37th Field Artillery, prepare an M-110A2 8-inch howitzer for a firing mission near the South Han River during the joint U.S. and South Korean Exercise Team Spirit '86. An M-548 tracked cargo carrier is parked behind the howitzer

A LARC 5 amphibious cargo carrier travels along the beach. A pier constructed by Amphibious Construction Battalion 2 during Exercise ELCAS (ELEVATED CAUSEWAY), a training exercise in which Seabees learn pier-construction techniques, is visible in the background

A Marine guards a LARC 5 amphibious cargo carrier during Exercise ELCAS (ELEVATED CAUSEWAY), a training exercise in which Seabees learn pier-construction techniques

Members of Amphibious Construction Battalion 2 stand aboard a LARC 5 amphibious cargo carrier during Exercise ELCAS (ELEVATED CAUSEWAY), a training exercise in which Seabees learn pier-construction techniques

A US Marine guides a LARC 5 amphibious cargo carrier onto the beach during Exercise SANDCRAB '86. The utility landing craft in the background has run a fuel line to the shore

A LARC 5 amphibious cargo carrier runs a fuel line to the shore during Exercise SANDCRAB '86

Personnel come ashore aboard a LARC 5 amphibious cargo carrier during Exercise SANDCRAB '86. A mechanized landing craft is visible in the background

A LARC-5 amphibious cargo carrier is unloaded from an air cushion landing craft (LCAC) on the beach near Fort Story

Crewmen secure a LARC5 amphibious cargo carrier aboard an air cushion landing craft (LCAC) during an exercise near Fort Story

Villagers watch as Navy beachmasters arrive on the beach in a LARC-5 amphibious cargo carrier during Exercise VALIANT USHER 88

Navy beachmasters come ashore in a LARC-5 amphibious cargo carrier during Exercise VALIANT USHER 88

An M-548 tracked cargo carrier equipped with a tactical radar threat generator. The vehicle is used by the 177th Armored Brigade in their role as an opposing force during exercises at the National Training Center

A view of an M-548 tracked cargo carrier, left, and an M-110A2 8-inch self-propelled howitzer beneath a camouflage net

PFC. O'Neal prepares to refuel an M-548 tracked cargo carrier as SPC. Henderson stands by during Operation Desert Shield. The men are members of the 1ST Battalion, 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment

An M-578 light armored recovery vehicle tows an M-548 tracked cargo carrier during Operation Desert Shield

Decorated with menacing teeth, a LARC-5 amphibious cargo carrier crosses a beach on the Persian Gulf during Operation Desert Shield

Landing Craft Unit (LCU) embarks USS PELELIU (LHA-5) with an amphibious cargo carrier (LARC-5) and other heavy equipment

STS096-331-029 - STS-096 - MS Barry at ICC prrepares to remove Strela grapple fixture adapter

STS096-367-036 - STS-096 - EVA views taken around the PMA-18

STS096-367-032 - STS-096 - EVA views taken around the PMA-14

STS096-367-033 - STS-096 - EVA views taken around the PMA-15

STS096-367-030 - STS-096 - EVA views taken around the PMA-12

STS096-367-035 - STS-096 - EVA views taken around the PMA-17

STS096-367-029 - STS-096 - EVA views taken around the PMA-11

STS096-367-034 - STS-096 - EVA views taken around the PMA-16

STS096-331-030 - STS-096 - MS Barry at ICC prrepares to remove Strela grapple fixture adapter

STS096-367-028 - STS-096 - EVA views taken around the PMA-10

STS096-367-031 - STS-096 - EVA views taken around the PMA-13

STS101-718-016 - STS-101 - Atlantis payload bay view after undocking from ISS

STS101-718-031 - STS-101 - Atlantis payload bay view after undocking from ISS

STS101-706-032 - STS-101 - Atlantis payload bay view after undocking from ISS

STS101-718-030 - STS-101 - RMS in berthed position in Atlantis payload bay

STS101-718-022 - STS-101 - Atlantis payload bay view after undocking from ISS

STS101-718-017 - STS-101 - Atlantis payload bay view after undocking from ISS

STS101-702-037 - STS-101 - Atlantis payload bay view after undocking from ISS

STS101-718-029 - STS-101 - RMS in berthed position in Atlantis payload bay

STS101-701-019 - STS-101 - View of starboard payload bay after undocking with ISS

STS101-718-032 - STS-101 - Atlantis payload bay view after undocking from ISS

STS101-718-021 - STS-101 - Atlantis payload bay view after undocking from ISS

STS101-718-044 - STS-101 - Atlantis payload bay view after undocking from ISS

STS101-702-038 - STS-101 - Atlantis payload bay view after undocking from ISS

STS101-706-042 - STS-101 - Atlantis payload bay view after undocking from ISS

STS101-701-018 - STS-101 - View of starboard payload bay after undocking with ISS

STS101-718-033 - STS-101 - Atlantis payload bay view after undocking from ISS

STS101-709-019 - STS-101 - Dark views of the Atlantis payload bay prior to docking

STS101-718-043 - STS-101 - Atlantis payload bay view after undocking from ISS

STS101-718-018 - STS-101 - Atlantis payload bay view after undocking from ISS

STS101-706-041 - STS-101 - Atlantis payload bay view after undocking from ISS

STS101-702-039 - STS-101 - Atlantis payload bay view after undocking from ISS

STS101-718-013 - STS-101 - Atlantis payload bay view after undocking from ISS

STS101-718-023 - STS-101 - Atlantis payload bay view after undocking from ISS

STS101-718-027 - STS-101 - Atlantis payload bay view after undocking from ISS

STS101-706-034 - STS-101 - Atlantis payload bay view after undocking from ISS

STS101-709-020 - STS-101 - Dark views of the Atlantis payload bay prior to docking

STS101-706-026 - STS-101 - Atlantis payload bay view after undocking from ISS

STS101-718-042 - STS-101 - Atlantis payload bay view after undocking from ISS

STS101-706-027 - STS-101 - Atlantis payload bay view after undocking from ISS

STS101-706-031 - STS-101 - Atlantis payload bay view after undocking from ISS

STS101-718-014 - STS-101 - Atlantis payload bay view after undocking from ISS

STS101-718-024 - STS-101 - Atlantis payload bay view after undocking from ISS

STS101-718-028 - STS-101 - Atlantis payload bay view after undocking from ISS

STS101-718-020 - STS-101 - Atlantis payload bay view after undocking from ISS

STS101-718-035 - STS-101 - Atlantis payload bay view after undocking from ISS

STS101-718-012 - STS-101 - Atlantis payload bay view after undocking from ISS

STS101-718-019 - STS-101 - Atlantis payload bay view after undocking from ISS

STS101-706-025 - STS-101 - Atlantis payload bay view after undocking from ISS

STS101-706-033 - STS-101 - Atlantis payload bay view after undocking from ISS

STS101-718-034 - STS-101 - Atlantis payload bay view after undocking from ISS

STS101-709-021 - STS-101 - Dark views of the Atlantis payload bay prior to docking

STS101-701-002 - STS-101 - Payload bay view with Earth view in the background

STS105-304-018 - STS-105 - Payload bay as seen from the ISS U.S. Laboratory/Destiny window

STS105-341-022 - STS-105 - SpaceHab logo on the ICC in the orbiter payload bay

STS105-343-030 - STS-105 - Barry on the ICC in the payload bay at the end of EVA2

STS105-346-020 - STS-105 - Barry translates along ICC during EVA1

STS105-346-021 - STS-105 - Barry translates along ICC during EVA1

STS105-343-031 - STS-105 - Barry on the ICC in the payload bay at the end of EVA2

STS105-343-032 - STS-105 - Barry on the ICC in the payload bay at the end of EVA2

STS105-346-019 - STS-105 - Barry translates along ICC during EVA1

Members of the U.S. Air Force ground crews off load an Iranian bus from a cargo carrier at Chaklala Air Base, Pakistan, Oct. 13, 2005. The Department of Defense is participating in the multinational effort to provide humanitarian assistance and support to Pakistan and parts of India and Afghanistan following a devastating earthquake. (U.S. Army photo by SPC. Christopher Admire) (Released)

S121E07899 - STS-121 - The orbiter PLB and Earth limb during STS-121

S121E06419 - STS-121 - The ICC,Pump Module and TUS-RA in the PLB taken on EVA1 during STS-121 / Expedition 13 joint operations

S121E06421 - STS-121 - The ICC,Pump Module and TUS-RA in the PLB taken on EVA1 during STS-121 / Expedition 13 joint operations

S121E06418 - STS-121 - The ICC, Pump Module and TUS-RA in the PLB taken on EVA1 during STS-121 / Expedition 13 joint operations

S123E005049 - STS-123 - Space Shuttle Endeavour,OV 105,Payload Bay during STS-123

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