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US Marines and Philippine Army personnel work together to unload... News PhotoAccidents and Disasters,Air Vehicle,Airport,Charity and Relief Work,Davao City,Extreme Weather,Horizontal,Merchandise,Mindanao,Occupation,Philippines,Typhoon Bopha,USA,Unloading,WorkingPhotographer Collection: AFP 2012 AFPUS Marines and Philippine Army personnel work together to unload relief goods to be transported to regions affected by Typhoon Bopha from the Marine Corps KC-130J Hercules millitary aircraft inside the International Airport in Davao, Mindanao on December 15, 2012. US Marines, the Philippine Armed forces and various non-profit organisations have been working together to provide humanitarian assistance and disaster relief support at the request of the Philippines government in the wake of Typhoon Bopha, which made landfall on December 4, 2012. The death toll from the strongest typhoon to hit the Philippines this year has climbed above 900, with hundreds still missing, the government said on December 13. AFP PHOTO / POOL / John Javellana (Photo credit should read JOHN JAVELLANA/AFP/Getty Images)