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    Ahh, my baby! Back there in Feb for round two with Terry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moose_Hates_You View Post

    Ahh, my baby! Back there in Feb for round two with Terry.
    Good hunting.

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    Default Royal Marines - 42 Commando - Operation Satunki 2.



    42 Commando Royal Marines J Company went out on Operation Satunki 2. This was an Afgan National Police lead partnered Operation in the area of Ghazni Street, Nadi-e Ali North, Helmand Province, Afganistan. It proved to be a successfull operation as J Company found a number of Improvised Explosive Devices hidden in a large haystack.
    Images taken by La(Phot) David Hillhouse. BRITISH CROWN COPYRIGHTę2010


    42 Commando Royal Marines J Company went out on Operation Satunki 2. This was an Afgan National Police lead partnered Operation in the area of Ghazni Street, Nadi-e Ali North, Helmand Province, Afganistan. It proved to be a successfull operation as J Company found a number of Improvised Explosive Devices hidden in a large haystack.Images taken by La(Phot) David Hillhouse. BRITISH CROWN COPYRIGHTę2010


    42 Commando Royal Marines J Company went out on Operation Satunki 2. This was an Afgan National Police lead partnered Operation in the area of Ghazni Street, Nadi-e Ali North, Helmand Province, Afganistan. It proved to be a successfull operation as J Company found a number of Improvised Explosive Devices hidden in a large haystack.Images taken by La(Phot) David Hillhouse. BRITISH CROWN COPYRIGHTę2010


    42 Commando Royal Marines J Company went out on Operation Satunki 2. This was an Afgan National Police lead partnered Operation in the area of Ghazni Street, Nadi-e Ali North, Helmand Province, Afganistan. It proved to be a successfull operation as J Company found a number of Improvised Explosive Devices hidden in a large haystack.Images taken by La(Phot) David Hillhouse. BRITISH CROWN COPYRIGHTę2010


    42 Commando Royal Marines J Company went out on Operation Satunki 2. This was an Afgan National Police lead partnered Operation in the area of Ghazni Street, Nadi-e Ali North, Helmand Province, Afganistan. It proved to be a successfull operation as J Company found a number of Improvised Explosive Devices hidden in a large haystack.Images taken by La(Phot) David Hillhouse. BRITISH CROWN COPYRIGHTę2010


    42 Commando Royal Marines J Company went out on Operation Satunki 2. This was an Afgan National Police lead partnered Operation in the area of Ghazni Street, Nadi-e Ali North, Helmand Province, Afganistan. It proved to be a successfull operation as J Company found a number of Improvised Explosive Devices hidden in a large haystack.Images taken by La(Phot) David Hillhouse. BRITISH CROWN COPYRIGHTę2010


    42 Commando Royal Marines J Company went out on Operation Satunki 2. This was an Afgan National Police lead partnered Operation in the area of Ghazni Street, Nadi-e Ali North, Helmand Province, Afganistan. It proved to be a successfull operation as J Company found a number of Improvised Explosive Devices hidden in a large haystack.Images taken by La(Phot) David Hillhouse. BRITISH CROWN COPYRIGHTę2010


    42 Commando Royal Marines J Company went out on Operation Satunki 2. This was an Afgan National Police lead partnered Operation in the area of Ghazni Street, Nadi-e Ali North, Helmand Province, Afganistan. It proved to be a successfull operation as J Company found a number of Improvised Explosive Devices hidden in a large haystack.Images taken by La(Phot) David Hillhouse. BRITISH CROWN COPYRIGHTę2010


    42 Commando Royal Marines J Company went out on Operation Satunki 2. This was an Afgan National Police lead partnered Operation in the area of Ghazni Street, Nadi-e Ali North, Helmand Province, Afganistan. It proved to be a successfull operation as J Company found a number of Improvised Explosive Devices hidden in a large haystack.Images taken by La(Phot) David Hillhouse. BRITISH CROWN COPYRIGHTę2010


    42 Commando Royal Marines J Company went out on Operation Satunki 2. This was an Afgan National Police lead partnered Operation in the area of Ghazni Street, Nadi-e Ali North, Helmand Province, Afganistan. It proved to be a successfull operation as J Company found a number of Improvised Explosive Devices hidden in a large haystack.Images taken by La(Phot) David Hillhouse. BRITISH CROWN COPYRIGHTę2010


    42 Commando Royal Marines J Company went out on Operation Satunki 2. This was an Afgan National Police lead partnered Operation in the area of Ghazni Street, Nadi-e Ali North, Helmand Province, Afganistan. It proved to be a successfull operation as J Company found a number of Improvised Explosive Devices hidden in a large haystack.Images taken by La(Phot) David Hillhouse. BRITISH CROWN COPYRIGHTę2010


    42 Commando Royal Marines J Company went out on Operation Satunki 2. This was an Afgan National Police lead partnered Operation in the area of Ghazni Street, Nadi-e Ali North, Helmand Province, Afganistan. It proved to be a successfull operation as J Company found a number of Improvised Explosive Devices hidden in a large haystack.Images taken by La(Phot) David Hillhouse. BRITISH CROWN COPYRIGHTę2010

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    Lance Corporal Roberts a Section Second-in-Command in 4 Platoon, B Company, 3rd Battalion The Mercian Regiment (3 MERCIAN) has written in his latest blog about a battle with insurgents that lasted six hours, disrupting an enemy shura. [Picture: Crown Copyright/MOD 2011]


    Lance Corporal Roberts and one of his men look out over the Green Zone from the roof of a compound [Picture: Crown Copyright/MOD 2011]


    Lance Corporal Roberts and his team take up a firing position over the wall of a compound
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    Royal Air Force Typhoon and Tornado jets at Gioia del Colle air base, near Bari in southern Italy
    [Picture: Sergeant Pete Mobbs, Crown Copyright/MOD 2011]

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    Note the Phalanx now fitted to HMS Daring

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moose_Hates_You View Post
    Back there in Feb for round two with Terry.
    Thanks for your service. Stay safe over there.

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    Rifle Grenade?!

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    A 'Schermuly' i think - a hand launched illum rocket, lights up a fair amount of real estate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dossbag View Post
    A 'Schermuly' i think - a hand launched illum rocket, lights up a fair amount of real estate.
    Yes spot on, Real good for burning down forestry blocks/grass land on a training Area

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    Thank you sir

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    And the new ballistic underwear - in the photo,

    though a para rocket illum would probably burn those too - useful for target indication and putting down smoke, (if used illegaly)

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    I'd always thought a schermuly would proper put the ****s up you if if was well aimed and fired at you, what is essentially a rocket propelled Phos' grenade must have its.....'alternative' uses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dossbag View Post
    I'd always thought a schermuly would proper put the ****s up you if if was well aimed and fired at you, what is essentially a rocket propelled Phos' grenade must have its.....'alternative' uses.
    Never mind that, Its bad enough when they malfunction. Seen alot fire out of the tube travel 3m into the air and then turn on a 90 degree turn, rocketing across the defencive position at head height. Was funny...later on

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