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  1. A storage container of explosive ordnance shows signs of theft after arriving at the Letterkenny Army Depot in Chambersburg, Pa. An ammunition canister containing 32 grenades was missing.
  2. NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg speaks with the media Monday as he arrives for a NATO summit at NATO headquarters in Brussels.
  3. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, left, and Medal of Honor Recipient Ryan Pitts shake hands after the opening ceremony of the Florida Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Aspire Health Partners in Tampa, Florida on Wednesday, August 21, 2019.
  4. CEO Lauren Weiner, left, and chief operations officer Donna Huneycutt are the co-founders of WWC Global, a government consulting firm in Tampa. The company has won an $82 million contract to provide management services for the U.S. Agency for International Development.
  5. Fort Benning, GA. History-making Army Rangers Capt. Kristen Griest of Copperas Cove, Texas, left, and 1st Lt.  Shaye Haver of Orange, Conn., wave to friends and family gathered during the graduation ceremony of the Army’s Ranger School on Friday. 
Griest, 26, and Haver, 25, are the first women to complete the rigorous Ranger School, graduating 
alongside 94 male soldiers. Both women are graduates of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.
  6. World War II reenactors gather on Omaha Beach in Saint-Laurent-sur-Mer, Normandy on Sunday, the day of 77th anniversary of the assault that helped bring an end to World War II.
  7. Charles Shay, the 96-year-old native American from Indian Island, Maine, salutes during a D-Day ceremony in Carentan, Normandy, Friday, June 4, 2021. In a small Normandy town where paratroopers landed in the early hours of D-Day, applauds broke the silence to honor Charles Shay. He was the only veteran to attend the ceremony in Carentan commemorating the 77th anniversary of the assault that led to the end World War II. Shay was a 19-year-old U.S. Army medic when he landed on Omaha Beach. (AP Photo/Nicolas Garriga)
  8. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's opponents on Wednesday, June 2, were racing to finalize a coalition government to end his 12-year rule — the longest by any Israeli premier — ahead of a midnight deadline. Centrist Lapid and ultranationalist Naftali Bennett have joined forces and agreed to rotate the premiership between them, with Bennett going first, but are still working to cobble together a ruling coalition that would include parties from across the political spectrum
  9. Crew members prepare to abandon ship as fire sweeps through the Iran navy support vessel Kharg in the Gulf of Oman.
  10. Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas speaks during the daily press briefing at the White House on March 1, 2021, in Washington, D.C..
  11. Edward Goldberg, 69, of New Port Richey, comes to Bay Pines National Cemetery for his late brother, Daniel Goldberg (1953-2016), CPL U.S. Marine Corps, on Monday, May 31, 2021 in St. Petersburg.
  12. Bob Workman of Boston, a retired Marine gunnery sergeant and past commander of the Boston Police VFW, replaces flags Thursday at veteran's graves ahead of Memorial Day.
  13. U.S. President Joe Biden speaks on the economy at Cuyahoga Community College Manufacturing Technology Center, on May 27, 2021, in Cleveland, Ohio.
  14. Director General of International Atomic Energy Agency, IAEA, Rafael Mariano Grossi from Argentina, left, leaves after he addressed the media regarding the agency's monitoring of Irans's nuclear energy program at the International Center in Vienna, Austria, Monday, May 24, 2021.
  15. In this Jan. 14, 2021, file photo, tugboats get into position on the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" in the port of Wismar, Germany. The special vessel is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. Pressure is growing on President Joe Biden to take action to prevent the completion of a Russian gas pipeline to Europe that many fear will give the Kremlin significant leverage over U.S. partners and allies.
  16. People inspect the rubble of destroyed the Abu Hussein building that was hit by an Israeli airstrike early morning, in Gaza City, Wednesday, May 19, 2021.
  17. The building housing the offices of The Associated Press and other media in Gaza City collapses after it was hit by an Israeli airstrike Saturday. The attack came roughly an hour after the Israeli military warned people to evacuate the building, which also housed Al-Jazeera and a number of offices and apartments. There was no immediate explanation for why the building was targeted.
  18. University of South Florida mechanical engineer David D’Angelo, left, and research engineer Yehia Helwa, (both) of Tampa, prepare to install a heatsink module while building a power amplifier used to amplify radio signals with a trio of ARCE-1 (Articulated Reconnaissance and Communications Expedition) CubeSat satellites on Tuesday, April 27, 2021, at the USF Institute of Applied Engineering based out of Rithm at Uptown in Tampa.
  19. An Afghan man looks at a damaged vehicles in Baba Mir's scrapyard outside Bagram Air Base, northwest of the capital Kabul, Afghanistan on May 3. As U.S. troops pack up to leave Afghanistan after nearly 20 years of war, it's trashing tons of equipment and selling it as scrap to local dealers.  Afghans are angry that the mountain of supplies and equipment was trashed before being sold to them.
  20. At his home in Tampa on Saturday, Gen. Armen Zakaryan checks a news website from his homeland of Armenia. Zakaryan is serving a three-year stint as his nation's representative with the U.S. Central Command Coalition at MacDill Air Force Base.
  21. Thomas Garner of Jacksonville has pleaded not guilty to killing Pamela Cahanes. He was arrested in March 2019 after investigators developed a DNA profile in the cold case
  22. Zachary Peterson, of Sharpsburg, Georgia, and other U.S. soldiers from Bravo 3/ 15 Fort Stewart, take part in an overwatch operation in support of Afghan soldiers in Wardak Province, Afghanistan.
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