Department of Defense By: shayan ali

James Mattis is the current head of department for the Department of Defense. He is a retired United States Marine Corps general and was sworn in on January 20, 2017.
This is a picture of a member of the Leap Frogs team in the U.S Navy' s parachute team. The Navy coordinated with the squadron to conduct several jumps during joint training.
The Secretary of Defense, James Mattis, meets members of the International Institute for Strategic Studies during a visit to London, April 1, 2017. He speaks about the strategical studies with the members.
Defense Secretary James Mattis and British Defense Secretary Michael Fallon hold a joint news conference at Lancaster House in London. They talk about important things involving the alliance of the US and Britain.
Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class James Maddox fires a shot line to the Military Command fleet Oiler USNS Carl Brashear . The ship is participating in a composite training unit exercise, testing the mission readiness of the strike group’s assets through simulated real-world scenarios.
Air Force Senior Airman Elenacorozal Denny teaches children from the 4th Force Support Squadron Child Development Center how to use a stethoscope at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base. The children listened to each other’s heartbeats, read books about the body and toured the pediatric clinic with the Pety Officer.
Retired Army Col, Ben Skardon, 99, a survivor of the Bataan Death March, walks in the annual Bataan Memorial Death March with two Army medics at White Sands Missile Range, N.M.. This was the 10th time Skardon walked in the event.
This is a picture of Darla, who is a German shepherd assigned to the Army's 549th Military Working Dog Detachment. This detachment conducts aggression training at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska.
Navy Petty Officer Vince Moody performs at St. Mary’s National School while participating in a community event during Pacific Partnership 2017 in Hambantota, Sri Lanka. Moody is a musician assigned to the U.S. 7th Fleet Band. The humanitarian relief exercise aims to enhance regional coordination in areas such as medical readiness and preparedness for man-made and natural disasters.
This is a F-22 Raptor receiving fuel from a KC-10 Extender over the Florida coast. This is being done during Response 17, a crisis mobilization exercise.
These Airmen participate in a training exercise at Grand Bara, Djibouti, Feb. 20, 2017. The airmen are pararescuemen assigned to the 82nd Expeditionary Rescue Squadron conducting personnel recovery, casualty evacuation, medical evacuation and sensitive item recovery. This is to support Defense Department personnel within the Combined Joint Task Force Horn of Africa operations area.


Created with images by DonkeyHotey - "Department of Defense Seal" • Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff - "170322-D-PB383-025"

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