They're the photos creating an uproar across the U.S. of two military moms, breastfeeding in uniform.
The shots show the Air Force Airmen hiking up the khaki t-shirts under their fatigues to nurse their children.
One of the military moms, Terran Echegoyen-McCabe, breastfeeds her 10-month-old twin girls on her lunch breaks and says, "I'm proud to be wearing a uniform while breastfeeding."
But there's outrage online, with critics calling the women "unprofessional" and "unbecoming of conduct in uniform."
One Facebook comment says, "If you are a breastfeeding mother and will not or cannot uphold that professional image, then get the hell out of the military."
But there's also support for the military moms. "There is n-o-t-h-i-n-g more authoritative than a strong mother standing tall breastfeeding as she barks orders," said another Facebook user.
Just three weeks ago, a controversial Time magazine cover of a mom nursing her almost 4-year-old son sparked a national debate over breastfeeding.
The new photos were taken on Fairchild Air Force Base in Washington state as part of a breastfeeding awareness campaign.
And the Washington National Guard seems to be quite upset about the photos, telling INSIDE EDITION, "Military regulations prohibit the use of the uniform...to further a cause...our issue is not, and has never been about breastfeeding. Our issue is that the uniform was used by an outside entity to further their cause."