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This gallery has been reordered so that the most recent photographs are at the top.

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A humanitarian aid delivery by British and US troops to an Iraqi village      
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Aid workers and local officials
take receipt of 23 lorry loads of
humanitarian aid
delivered to the
King's Own Scottish Borderers in
Maysan province. The aid was
distributed to 7,400 of the most
needy families in the province
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A Gazelle helicopter of
3 Regiment Army Air Corps makes
a delivery of humanitarian aid to the
remote village of Al Maymunah
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The Regiment provided the villagers
with supplies of drinking water,
food and diesel fuel, and received
a warm welcome

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A Royal Marine sentry at Umm Qasr
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The Royal Fleet Auxiliary
Sir Percivale arrives at Umm Qasr on
7 April with another cargo of
humanitarian aid and emergency supplies
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Children greet a military team from
16 Air Assault Brigade distributing
humanitarian aid
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Medical supplies hoarded at a Ba'ath
Party headquarters, and captured during
a raid by British troops, are handed over
to a civilian health centre
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More medical supplies are carried
into the clinic
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Members of 16 Air Assault Brigade hand out bottled water at a settlement near Basrah
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A Fijian soldier of 1st Battalion
The Black Watch with some
of the children of Al Zubayr
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An oil fire rages in the desert
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32 Regiment Royal Engineers helped local oil workers to put out the fire,
in an oil pipeline
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The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers
distributes emergency aid in the
village of Iman Anas near Basrah
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A member of the Irish Guards assists a family in locating their other child
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Bottled drinking water is
the most needed item of
immediate humanitarian aid
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RFA Sir Galahad alongside in Umm Qasr
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Major-General Albert Whitley was
on the quayside to oversee
Sir Galahad's arrival
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British and US personnel at work
unloading the vital emergency aid
supplies, perhaps most importantly
the large quantity of bottled water
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A forklift operator of
17 Port & Maritime Regiment, waiting
to unload the ship
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Escorted by a Royal Navy minehunter,
RFA Sir Galahad arrives in Umm Qasr
on 28 March
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Sir Galahad carried several hundred
tons of humanitarian aid; her safe arrival
paves the way for more supplies
to be shipped in
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US Marines helped provide
security around the port
installations
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Soldiers from 17 Port & Maritime
Regiment, and an RFA officer, load
humanitarian aid aboard Sir Galahad
for delivery to Umm Qasr
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23 Pioneer Regiment delivers
emergency aid to a small village
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The boxes were welcomed eagerly
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Medical personnel also provided
health checks, particularly the children
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