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Vampires over Syria

8 April 2017

 

07 April 2017: Tomahawk missiles launch from the guided-missile destroyer USS Porter (DDG 78) on the stike against the Syrian Shayrat Airfield in retaliation for use of chemical weapons—U.S. Navy photo by Mass Comm Spec 3rd Class Ford Williams

07 April 2017: Tomahawk from the USS Ross (DDG 71) on its way to a target at the Sharat Airfield in Syria in retaliation if chemical weapons use—U.S. Navy photo by Mass Comm Spec 3rd Class Robert S. Price

The guided-missile destroyer USS Porter (DDG 78) transiting (Vertical Launch Systems cruise are located just forward of the helipad and just aft of the bow gun turret)—U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Spec 3rd Class Ford Williams

The guided-missile destroyer USS Ross (DDG-71)— U.S. Navy photo by Mass Comm Spec Seaman Ryan Steinhour

Sailors performing routine maintenance on one of the Vertical Launch Systems (this one for Tomahawk cruise missiles) aboard the guided-missile destroyer USS James E. Williams (DDG 95)—U.S. Navy photo by Mass Comm Specialist 3rd Class Daniel Meshel

07 April 2017: battle damage assessment image of Shayrat Airfield, Syria, following U.S. Tomahawk land attack missile strikes for Syrian use of chemical weapons, from the USS Ross (DDG 71) and USS Porter (DDG 78) which are both Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyers—photo provided by the U.S. Navy photo

07 April 2017: battle damage assessment image of Shayrat Airfield, Syria, following U.S. Tomahawk land attack missile strikes for Syrian use of chemical weapons, from the USS Ross (DDG 71) and USS Porter (DDG 78) which are both Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyers—photo provided by the U.S. Navy photo

07 April 2017: battle damage assessment image of Shayrat Airfield, Syria, following U.S. Tomahawk land attack missile strikes for Syrian use of chemical weapons, from the USS Ross (DDG 71) and USS Porter (DDG 78) which are both Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyers—photo provided by the U.S. Navy photo

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