US Marines from the 15th Marine Expeditionary unit (MEU) based in Camp Pendleton, California come ashore in Kogala on Sri ...
 
Sri Lankan tsunami victims watch as US Marines from the 15th Marine Expeditionary unit (MEU) based in Camp Pendleton, Cali...
U.S. Marines do a reconnaissance survey close to the shore in Kogala along the Southeast coast of Sri Lanka
 
 
 
 
 
Cpl. Jim Gendron, from Windsor, Ont. shakes hands with a local resident as he stops traffic during a refueling stop as the...
Private First Class John Boyd, San Leandro, California, of the 1st Division U.S. Marines, one in the first big group of U....
 
Sri Lankan tsunami victims watch U.S. Marines from the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU)
 
John Mark, right, New York City native of U.S. Marines 1st Division helping Sri Lankan fisherman to adjust the fishing net...
 
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Us Army @ Sri Lanka
Tsunami Disaster 26-12-2004

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  • Jan. 10, 2005
  • Us Army @ Sri Lanka

    1. 1. US Marines from the 15th Marine Expeditionary unit (MEU) based in Camp Pendleton, California come ashore in Kogala on Sri Lanka's South coast Monday
    2. 3. Sri Lankan tsunami victims watch as US Marines from the 15th Marine Expeditionary unit (MEU) based in Camp Pendleton, California come ashore in Kogala
    3. 4. U.S. Marines do a reconnaissance survey close to the shore in Kogala along the Southeast coast of Sri Lanka
    4. 10. Cpl. Jim Gendron, from Windsor, Ont. shakes hands with a local resident as he stops traffic during a refueling stop as the DART team deploys to aid in tsunami relief in Colombo, Sri Lanka,
    5. 11. Private First Class John Boyd, San Leandro, California, of the 1st Division U.S. Marines, one in the first big group of U.S. Marines to land in Sri Lanka, is watched by Sri Lankan people after landing on Koggala
    6. 13. Sri Lankan tsunami victims watch U.S. Marines from the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU)
    7. 15. John Mark, right, New York City native of U.S. Marines 1st Division helping Sri Lankan fisherman to adjust the fishing net as they landed at Koggala beach near the coastal city of Galle

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