Cobra helicopters of the Turkish army take part in the Salt Lake 2009 military exercise in Ankara May 11, 2009.
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Turkish stars, members of the Air Force acrobatic team, perform over the Turkish memorial during the Anzac Day ceremonies in Gallipoli, northwestern Turkey, Friday, April 24, 2009. The annual Anzac Day ceremonies remember the forces of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps under British command who fought a bloody nine-month battle against Turkish forces on the Gallipoli peninsula in 1915.
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The Turkish Stars aerobatic team fly their Northrop F-5 Freedom Fighters over a Turkish memorial marking the 94th anniversary of World War One's Gallipoli campaign during an international service in Gallipoli April 24, 2009. REUTERS/Osman Orsal
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The Turkish Stars aerobatic team fly their Northrop F-5 Freedom Fighters during the 94th anniversary of World War One's Gallipoli campaign during an international service in Gallipoli April 24, 2009.
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A Turkish guard of honour stand as soldiers from Australia and New Zealand salute during the Anzac Day ceremonies at the Turkish memorial in Gallipoli, northwestern Turkey, Friday April 24, 2009. The annual Anzac Day ceremonies remember the forces of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps under British command who fought a bloody nine-month battle against Turkish forces on the Gallipoli peninsula in 1915.
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Turkish Chief of Staff General Ilker Basbug reviews soldiers during the annual Salt Lake 2009 military exercise in Ankara May 11, 2009.
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Fly-by : Turkish air force patrollers fly by as a Turkish soldier stands guard during the ceremony celebrating the 94th anniversary of Anzac Day in Canakkale.
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Turkish soldiers stand guard during the annual Salt Lake 2009 military exercise in Ankara May 11, 2009.
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