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Landing craft & rhibs buzz around aft of TCD Siroco amphibious landing ship of French Marine Nationale, during exercise SKREO 2013,off the Britanny coast.

Joint French/UAE forces embark in fast amphibious landing craft from Marine Nationale BPC Tonnerre, during Exercise Jeanne d'Arc, May 2013.

Landing craft from Marine National ship Siroco disgorges marine commandos, during Franco/German Excercise SPONTEX 13, May 2013.

Landing craft from the French Foudre class amphibious landing ship Siroco, during exercise SKREO 2013, around the Britanny coast. The Foudre class are being phased out over coming years,& one has already been decommissioned, & undergoing refurbishment & reequipping for the Chilean navy.

Light landing craft returning to well deck of French Marine Nationale BPC Dixmunde, Jan 2014, at Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire.

160726-N-XT273-350 ODESSA, Ukraine (July 27, 2016) U.S. Marines assigned to the 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit conduct an amphibious landing demonstration during Sea Breeze 2016 in Odessa, Ukraine July 27. Sea Breeze is an air, land and maritime exercise designed to improve maritime safety, security and stability in the Black Sea. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Justin Stumberg/Released)

FASM (Frégate Anti Sous-Marine/Frigate Anti-Submarine) Latouche-Tréville of the French Marine Nationale.

HMCS Protector, January 31, 2014 during exercise KOA Koai. (Archives / Sergeant Angela Abbey / MARPAC Imaging Services)

USS Mount Whitney after a visit to Theoule-sur-Mer: the first French town liberated during the lesser known landings of Operation Dragoon on the Mediterranean coast of France, June 1944.

May 30,during search & inspection of a ship by a boarding team from HMCS Toronto seized approximately 6 tons of hashish.This is the Canadian ship's 5th time since March intercepting delivery of drugs shipments in the Arabian Sea.HMCS TORONTO about to get a raft of seized narcotics in the Indian Ocean, May 24, 2013,under Operation Artemis. Photo Cpl Malcolm Byers, HMCS TORONTO