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    UK F-35B Lightning II

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    The Royal Tank Regiment amalgamates

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    Junglie assault finale to the RNAS Yeovilton Air Day

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    Combat medics ready to deploy to Afghanistan
    Troops of 1 Medical Regiment, Royal Army Medical Corps, based in Hohne, Germany, have completed a ‘role validation’ exercise prior to deploying on Op HERRICK 20 as part of 20th Armoured Brigade.
    From today, 1 Medical Regiment will be known as 1 Armoured Medical Regiment as the first step to its new role as part of future changes under Army 2020 restructuring.
    The pre-deployment exercise tests the combat medics on all areas, from primary health care to serious trauma and care of casualties under fire. As well as preparing them for operations in the coming months, it also builds the foundations for their new role in the coming years, as part of the Reaction Force.
    Commanding Officer Paulo Capanni, who visited daily to oversee his training team, explained that there was more to the validation than just assessing the medics.
    He said: “On this exercise we are assessing one doctor, two nurses and 29 Combat Medical Technicians against the ‘capabilities of medical care’ to ensure that they are fit to deploy and look after our troops. This includes care under fire, medical evacuation and to manage casualties in the medical treatment facility. This is an invaluable template for Role 1 Validation for contingency operations, which is what our business is going to be in the very near future.”

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    Cpl Kabir Rai (32) transferred to 1 Medical Regiment from 2 Royal Gurkha Regiment in August 2013. Photographer Cpl Mark Webster; Crown copyright.

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    On the 1st April, 1 Medical Regiment became 1 Armoured Medical Regiment as the first step to its new role under the Army 2020 changes. Photographer Cpl Mark Webster; Crown copyright.

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    Amputees in Action and external actors added realism to the exercise. Photographer Cpl Mark Webster; Crown copyright.

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    1 Medical Regiment, Royal Army Medical Corps, based in Hohne, Northern Germany on exercise prior to deploying on Op HERRICK 20 as part of 20th Armoured Brigade. Photographer Cpl Mark Webster; Crown copyright.
     
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    Exercise Joint Warrior tests Army’s ability to react
    The British Army’s rapid reaction force has demonstrated the unique reach and agility that its specialist air manoeuvre capabilities provide to the military.

    An aviation assault to capture the airfield at Kinloss Barracks marked 16 Air Assault Brigade’s arrival on Exercise Joint Warrior, the biggest annual military exercise in Europe.

    Troops from the 3 PARA Battlegroup landed at Kinloss in Chinook, Merlin and Puma 2 support helicopters, protected by Apache attack helicopters, to assault the airfield. Once secured, more troops and heavier equipment were delivered throughout the day by C-130 Hercules transport aircraft.

    Airfield capture is a key skill required for the brigade’s role as the Air Assault Task Force, which is ready to deploy anywhere in the world at short notice to conduct the full range of military operations from non-combatant evacuation operations to warfighting.

    Read the full story: Exercise Joint Warrior tests the Army’s ability to react - British Army Website


    Find out more about 16 Air Assault Brigade:16 Air Assault Brigade - British Army Website


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    Soldiers of 1st Battalion, The Royal Welsh Battlegroup

    June 2014....Soldiers of 1st Battalion, The Royal Welsh (1 R WELSH) have conducted top-up training for Lead Armoured Battle Group (LABG) sub-units on the first exercise of the season at the British Army Training Unit Suffield (BATUS) in Southern Alberta, Canada.Attached to the 1 R WELSH battlegroup was the Right Flank, Scots Guards, half of B Squadron, the Kings Royal Hussars and B Company, 2nd Battalion Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry - a mechanised infantry unit using third-generation light armoured vehicles.


    Exercise PRAIRIE STORM focussed on sub-unit training and consisted of three phases over the course of three weeks.

    For the first week, the troops took part in sub-unit ‘dry training’ – an opportunity for the troops to practice low-level skills and drills. This was followed by a week of live firing, progressing from basic close combat dismounted firing and armoured fighting vehicle crew-level exercises, through to troop and platoon exercises and up to company-group live fire battle runs. The week culminated in a sequence of discrete company-group tactical actions, which combined dismounted and mounted firing, with Canadian and British sub-units fully integrated.

    The final week of PRAIRIE STORM was a force-on-force exercise, which put the soldiers of 1 R WELSH battlegroup through their paces with a ‘live’ opposing force led by the Queen’s Royal Lancers and 1 R WELSH’s own mortar platoon.

    It was a good test for 1 R WELSH which only formed up on 1 April 2014 following a merger with 2 R WELSH a few months prior to deploying to BATUS.


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    The 1 Royal Welsh Battlegroup mortar platoon live firing on BATUS training area. Photographer Sgt Mark Webster; Crown copyright.


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    Right Flank Company from the Scots Guards, attached to the Royal Welsh Battlegroup conduct a company attack on Hettar. Photographer Sgt Mark Webster; Crown copyright.


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    Final live firing attack on BATUS training area. Photographer Sgt Mark Webster; Crown copyright.


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    B Company, 2 Princess Patricia Canadian Light Infantry, attached to the Royal Welsh Battlegroup conduct a company attack on Hettar during Ex Prairie Storm. Photographer Sgt Mark Webster; Crown copyright.


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    Royal Welsh Battlegroup conducts a final exercise during Ex Prairie Storm. Photographer Sgt Mark Webster; Crown copyright.


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    Rorkes Drift Company of Royal Welsh Battlegroup conduct a company attack during Ex Prairie Storm. Photographer Sgt Mark Webster; Crown copyright.


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    US, UK, France Commit to Increase Cooperation

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    October 2014...

    Army's Next Generation Eye in the Sky Takes Flight in Afghanistan

    The Ministry of Defence has announced that the Army’s next generation of Unmanned Air System (UAS), Watchkeeper, is now fully operational in Afghanistan. [/SIZE]This new capability is providing force protection for British troops as they prepare to draw down from Afghanistan by the end of this year.Footage released today shows Watchkeeper carrying out surveillance tasks and gaining situational awareness via its cutting edge cameras and radar capability, a new asset for the UK’s Armed Forces.Defence Secretary, Michael Fallon, made the announcement on a visit to Kabul alongside Chief of the Defence Staff, General Sir Nicholas Houghton – who also visited Camp Bastion where he met the Army personnel and saw Watchkeeper flying operationally.

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    October 2014

    Royal Marine Commandos Practice Fighting Skills in Desert Heat

    In the Mojave desert sands of California it isn’t the just the scorpions, spiders and snakes that can deliver a lethal bite.For it is here that for the last six weeks the Royal Marines of 45 Commando have been honing their skills alongside their Dutch and US counterparts.Based at the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Centre (MCAGCC) in 29 Palms, the Commandos have been living out of accommodation similar to air raid shelters while taking part in the annual exercise – Black Alligator.Sergeant Paul McShannon said: “Black Alligator is an annual exercise that the Royal Marines use to hone their basic section level tactics all the way up to a live firing exercise and then the final exercise where everything they have worked on is put to the test.”For the Combined Arms Live Firing Exercise (CALFEX) it was Yankee Company that, under cover of darkness, began a 12km 'yomp' over treacherous ground to form up by 5am and plan their assault. Then two hours later, 7 Battery of 29 Commando who are usually based in Arbroath, started engaging enemy positions with 105mm rounds. This was followed by 81mm mortar fire from the mortar line using both high explosive rounds and smoke rounds, while snipers were deployed to take up position and take out high value targets as required.The men of Y Company, who had stood poised and ready for the assault, made the 'break in' at 7.45am by placing an explosive charge. Using the ground to their advantage Y Company were able to put suppressing fire down onto the enemy position as a section of marines swept through, destroying all the enemy. And so, with typical Royal Marine determination, Y Company secured the first objective, leaving it to the Dutch Marines to secure the second.Finally with supporting firepower from M1A1 Abrams Tanks, the Vikings and marines from W Company took the final position as F16s dropped inert 500lb and a 2000lb bombs – their objective completed.

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    October 2014...

    RAF Tornado Strike Jets continue striking at the heart of the ISIS in Iraq.

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    I love photos set in Silhouette like this brilliant thank you

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    Yes I agree they are almost works of art. Beautiful :D
     
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    If I hadnt seen the more modern armoured vehicle to the left (possibly a Saracen) I would have believed this picture was a colourised and Authentic WW1 photo

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    British Army Fusiliers take part in Exercise Prairie Storm, Canada

    Soldiers from Zulu Company, 1st Battalion Royal Regiment of Fusiliers (1RRF), are taking part in Exercise Prairie Storm, at the British Army Training Unit Suffield (BATUS) in Canada. Over the course of two weeks, they will face tough challenges as they contend with the variable weather and austere conditions of the Alberta prairie in autumn.

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    July 2014...Loading a Sea King Helicopter onto a RAF C17 for Return to UK From Afghanistan

    Joint Movements Unit (JMU) personnel work slowly and carefully to load a Royal Navy Sea King helicopter onto an RAF C17 aircraft to be sent back to the UK. With the end of Operation Herrick near the Sea King was no longer required in Afghanistan. JMU staff were kept very busy sending kit and equipment back to the UK for future, as it became surplus to requirements in Afghanistan. On 18 Jul 14, Joint Movements Unit (JMU) personnel began removing the last two Sea King Helicopters from Afghanistan. The helicopters are no longer required on Operation Herrick and will be returned to the UK in an RAF C17 aircraft. The Sea King is a very snug fit in the cargo hold of the C17 and requires very slow and precise loading to ensure that neither aircraft is damaged.

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