This is my favorite part of the day.Kids are in bed and i get to look at todays pics with a cold one before hitting the sack. Thanks for the megga pics people
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Picture caption is wrong, the one in the cockpit is the Ashkenazi chief rabbi.
No Hi-resJackal, the UK military's latest vehicle is put through its paces at Camp Bastion, southern Afghanistan. The new vehicles will give front line forces a much improved capability over the current weapons platform, the Land Rover based Weapons Mount Installation Kit, or WIMIK. With improved armour, off-road mobility and load-carrying ability the Jackal is far more technologically advanced and suited for its reconnaissance and close fire support tasking than its predecessors [Picture: Corporal Ian Houlding]
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They added some more ballistic protection to the drivers seat. Nice looking vehicle.
Police scuffle with a protester outside Downing Street as the Olympic torch is carried through London April 6, 2008. Thousands of anti-China protesters draped in Tibetan flags disrupted the Olympic torch relay on Sunday through London, billed as a journey of harmony and peace. *******/Alessia Pierdomenico
An Afghan man gestures as he talks to U.S. Army Captain James Smith during a patrol in the village of Shahr e Safa in Tarnak Wa Jaldak district in Zabul province April 6, 2008. *******/Goran Tomasevic
Police control football supporters at a local league match in the capital Harare April 6, 2008. Zimbabwe's opposition went to court on Sunday to try to force the release of presidential election results after President Robert Mugabe's party called for a delay and a recount. *******/Philimon Bulawayo
A pro-Tibet demonstrator stands in the snow as he takes part in an anti-China protest in London April 6, 2008. Thousands of anti-China protesters draped in Tibetan flags disrupted the Olympic torch relay on Sunday through London, billed as a journey of harmony and peace. *******/Alessia Pierdomenico
Egyptian riot police stand behind an Egyptian flag during a protest in Cairo, April 6, 2008. The Egyptian government deployed heavy security presence to prevent widespread protests in the capital in support of the intended strikes by textile workers. *******/Amr Dalsh
A gendarme surveys some of the148 vandalized gravestones in a Muslim cemetery in Ablain-Saint-Nazaire, northern France, April 6, 2008. Amongst the anti-Muslim graffiti were slogans against France's Justice Minister Rachida Dati, who is from the North African origin. *******/Sadouki
A U.N peacekeeper from Uruguay stands guard in a local base, which was set on fire by looters on Thursday, in the town of Les Cayes April 6, 2008. Four people were killed in southern Haiti when demonstrators protesting the high cost of living clashed with security forces, a local official said on Friday. The United Nations said protesters rioted in the town of Les Cayes on Thursday, burning shops, shooting at peacekeepers and looting containers at a U.N. compound. *******/Eduardo Munoz
An Egyptian man is carried away after being injured during clashes with riot police in Mahalla City about 110 km (68 miles) north of Cairo, April 6, 2008. The Egyptian government deployed heavy security presence to prevent widespread protests in the capital in support of the intended strikes by textile workers. *******/Nasser Nuri
A resident grieves on the rubble of a destroyed house after an explosion in Basra April 7, 2008. Police said eight people were killed in an explosion that destroyed a house on Sunday. Coalition forces said in a statement that Coalition forces and Iraqi Security Forces were not involved in the incident. *******/Atef Hassan
Pakistani paramilitary soldiers display arms, ammunition seized during a raid along the Afghan border at Chaman Pakistan, 08 April 2008. Pakistani paramilitary soldiers today raided a compound along the Afghan border at Chaman and recovered large quanitity of arms and ammunition.
Russian 'Soyuz" rocket booster lifts off from Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, 08 April 2008, carrying members of the seventeenth mission to the International Space Station: commander Sergei Volkov and Oleg Kononenko both of Russia and the first South Korean astronaut, a biosystems
Handout photo made available by the French Ministry of Defence ('Department dela Defence') shows the hijacked French luxury yacht 'Le Ponant' off the coast of Somalia, 05 April 2008. Six Filipinos are among 30 crewmembers of a French luxury ship held hostage by unidentified gunmen off the northern region of Puntland, a breakaway Somali area, the Philippine foreign affairs department said 08 April 2008
Soldiers from the Royal Logistic Corps have been on exercise in Norway, limbering up for future ops alongside battle-hardened counterparts from the Royal Marines. Report by Cliff Caswell
(L-R) Army Gen. David Petraeus, commander of the Multi-National Force-Iraq is seen with U.S. Senator and Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton (Democrat- New York) before the start of hearing held by the Senate Armed Services Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. USA on 08 April 2008. Crocker and Petraeus testified about the war in Iraq.
Detained Shiite fighters with their weapons sit at the police headquarters in Karbala, south of Baghdad, Iraq on 08 April 2008. Security authorities in Karbala announced the arrest of an armed group during a raid in Karbala, including an Egyptian man
Portuguese Army Comandos and Air Force TACP in Afghanistan. Operation Cobra Mountain - Force Exercise with other countries (TASK FORCE SUROBI)
A Canadian soldier with the International Security Assistant Force (ISAF) stands guard during the inauguration ceremony of a road, which was funded by the Canadian Provincial Reconstruction Team in Panjwayi district of Kandahar province south of Kabul, Afghanistan, Monday, April 7, 2008
RiPU.S. Army Spc. Charles Jankowski's sister, Beverly Morris, embraces her brother's casket during Jankowski's burial at Callaway Cemetery in Callaway, Fla., on Monday, April 7, 2008. Jankowski died of wounds suffered when an explosive struck near his vehicle near Baghdad, on Friday, March 28.
U.S. Army Spc. Charles Jankowski's loved ones, including his girlfriend, Karen Hainley, left background, his sisters, Felicia Kirkland and Beverly Morris, and his mother, Rose Jankowski, right background, all watch as Jankowski's casket is carried by a Fort Rucker, Ala., honor guard to the gravesite at Callaway Cemetery in Callaway, Fla., on Monday, April 7, 2008. Jankowski died from wounds from an exploding improvised explosive device near Baghdad, Iraq, on Friday, March 28, 2008.
U.S. Army Spc. Charles Jankowski's girlfriend, Karen Hainley, left, and sisters, Felicia Kirkland and Beverly Morris watch as homing pigeons take flight during Jankowski's burial at Callaway Cemetery in Callaway, Fla., on Monday, April 7, 2008. Jankowski died from wounds from an exploding improvised explosive device near Baghdad, Iraq, on Friday, March 28, 2008.
Good pics. Those cams look very green, if you know what I mean.