20 Combat Photography Examples which will Blow your Mind

written by aext on January 21, 2013 in Articles and Graphic Design and Graphics and Inspiration and Photography with no comments

The word combat stands for fight against or Oppose in battle, Combat photography carries the real mood, its not a real planned Photography. Its nothing but capturing the stunning live moments of soldiers during live action. Here I have collected 20 Combat photography examples, Enjoy…..

1. Exercise Cobra Gold

A Marine with Company B, Battalion Landing Team 1st Battalion, 4th Marines, 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit, provides security during an amphibious assault here, Feb. 10. The assault was a multilateral exercise that included Royal Thai, Republic of Korea and U.S. Marines, and was conducted during Exercise Cobra Gold 2012.This photo was taken on February 9, 2012 using a Canon EOS 5D Mark II.

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2. Operation Strong Eagle IV

A U.S. Army soldier From the 2/327th No Slack Battalion, 101st Airborne Division, relieved after a fire fight with the Taliban opens his mouth up towards the sky to taste the snow as it falls in the valley of Barawala Kalet, Kunar province, Afghanistan March 29, 2011.

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3. Army Westland Apache Attack Helicopter

Getting showered in mud, grass & god knows what else as this Army Air Corps apache departs. Think the sensor needed a clean after this!

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4. Ready or Not

Shot with Canon 550D With Focal Length 105mm and Shutter speed 1/200 sec.

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5. Dismounted Infantry

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6. Iraq Raid

The Documentary Photograph Zoriah.

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7. James Nachtwey War Photo Journalism

James Nachtwey War Photography/The Existence of the Human Soul/There are plenty of good reasons for fighting, James Nachtwey War Photo Journalism Horror Color Soldier POW Violence Photography.

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8. Civil War reenactment

Battle of Antietam, 2002.

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9. Gas

M291 Decontamination Powder covers Cpl. Bart Steinburg’s, a data system specialist with the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit’s Command Element, face during annual chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear defense training aboard Camp Lejeune, N.C., Feb. 27, 2012.

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10. Post Taliban Marjah enjoys security

Sergeant Niamuttllah, an Afghan National Army medical sergeant, calms an Afghan child after applying ointment and bandages to protect a wound in September. Medical care in Marjah district has greatly improved in the past two years since coalition forces liberated the area from Taliban control.

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11. 1972…2012

Shot with Canon 550D With Focal Length 60mm and Shutter speed 1/100 sec.

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12. Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

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13. Dana Stone and Sean Flynn Vietnam War

In 1966 Dana Stone went to Vietnam and became friends with Sean Flynn, son of movie star Errol Flynn. Here they are with Dana Stone seated and right behind him on the right is Sean Flynn.

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14. Site Inspection

U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Tom Maahs, from Maple Shade, N.J., who is with the Task Force Paladin explosive ordnance disposal unit, inspects the site of an IED through his rifle scope on a street near the wood market in Gardez Feb. 18. U.S. Army photo by Spc. Ken Scar, 7th MPAD.

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15. From PIGs to HOGs the Scout Sniper way

A Marine enrolled in the Scout Sniper Basic Course, observes his terrain as he plans a course across 600 yards in a stalk exercise, Oct. 15, at Camp Barrett. During this stalk exercise, Marines had to move from 800 yards to within 200 yards of an observation post undetected within a time frame of three hours.

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16. The existence of human soul

James Nachtwey War Photography/The Existence of the Human Soul/There are plenty of good reasons for fighting, James Nachtwey War Photo Journalism Horror Color Soldier POW Violence Photography.

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17. James Nachtwey photography

James Nachtwey War Photography/The Existence of the Human Soul/There are plenty of good reasons for fighting, James Nachtwey War Photo Journalism Horror Color Soldier POW Violence Photography.

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18. Ten Rounds Per Second

Air Force Master Sgt. Jeffery Needham, staff platoon sergeant attached to Lehman Provincial Reconstruction Team, fires his MK-48 machine gun at wooden targets while practicing at the off-base firing range near Forward Operating Base Mehtar Lam Aug. 6.

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19. Afghan Army plans, executes artillery training

Flames blast from a D-30, 122 mm howitzer barrel after firing a round, as is typical with the Soviet-made weapon system. Afghan soldiers with the 4th Combat Support Kandak, 1st Brigade, 215th Corps, coordinated and executed their second live-fire artillery training exercise.

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20. James Nachtwey War Photography

James Nachtwey War Photography/The Existence of the Human Soul/There are plenty of good reasons for fighting, James Nachtwey War Photo Journalism Horror Color Soldier POW Violence Photography.

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Hope You all like my above collection, Please post your comments.