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    Police Trainees from the German Capital City (Berlin)
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    ^^^^^ I thought the green uniforms were phased out already. Guess I though wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaGreatRV View Post
    ^^^^^ I thought the green uniforms were phased out already. Guess I though wrong.
    The state of Berlin will be introducing a new blue uniform (Brandenburg type) beginning in the first half of 2010.

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    Rest in Peace, Corporal Bryant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaGreatRV View Post
    ^^^^^ I thought the green uniforms were phased out already. Guess I though wrong.
    Each state in Germany has its own mind and time table changing the uniform from green to blue. Berlin is very slow, indeed.

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    Finnish policewomen:






    Little bit bigger versions THERE and THERE
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    Norwegian and Finnish police cadets patrolling the streets of Reykjavik, Iceland.

    [img]http://i43.*******.com/ix826g.jpg[/img]

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    Quote Originally Posted by TallGuy View Post
    Norwegian and Finnish police cadets patrolling the streets of Reykjavik, Iceland.
    Why is that? Are they trying to gain experience in a low crime zone before hitting the streets in their countries?

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    Quote Originally Posted by santana View Post

    What type of Armored (name) Car is that behind the Female solidier is that?
    A 'ROSOMAK', variant of the Patria AMV.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KTO_Rosomak

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    Quote Originally Posted by tercio67 View Post
    A 'ROSOMAK', variant of the Patria AMV.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KTO_Rosomak
    Thanks for the info

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    Quote Originally Posted by HollywoodMarine View Post
    Why is that? Are they trying to gain experience in a low crime zone before hitting the streets in their countries?
    It's an exchange program called NORDCOP - Nordic Cooperation in Police Education.

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    British Female Helicopter pilot



    ''Tri-Service personnel from the [*******#122449]Joint Helicopter Command (JHC)[/COLOR] are currently training Afghan pilots to fly Russian-built helicopters over Salisbury Plain in a project to develop the nascent Afghan helicopter capability. Report by Tristan Kelly.

    Some years ago the sight of Russian helicopters over the Wiltshire countryside may have caused some concern. However, times have changed, and two Mi-17 helicopters are being used by British forces to train their Afghan colleagues as part of Project Curium.

    The two-year project aims to train Afghan helicopter pilots and build the seed corn of an indigenous force in the country so that fewer UK forces will be required there in the future.
    Secret up until now, the project is being run by QinetiQ on behalf of the Ministry of Defence, and, when completed at the end of this month, 27 Afghan aircrew will have been trained on the helicopters.''

    full story: http://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/operatio...changeNav/6568

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    Quote Originally Posted by miguelencanarias View Post
    I can't get used to the idea of female soldiers dying.
    She was doing what she wanted to do.

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    + Rest in Peace Sarah Bryant+

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grahamr117 View Post
    She was doing what she wanted to do.
    Be it as it may, men usually take harder the death of a female. I don't know if that is a cultural thing or a deeper, instintive reaction.

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