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    Sisters from the Teniru Women's Shelter Mary Lulo (left) and Daisy Gooka talk with Warrant Officer Class 2 Marina Cox during maintenance work being carried out by the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands (RAMSI) www.defence.gov.au hires

    By the sweat of his brow: Corporal Craig Peet works to repair the stairs of Teniru Womens Shelter in Solomon Islands. www.defence.gov.au hires

    Anzac spirit: Regional Assistance to Solomon Islands (RAMSI) members talk to Sister Daisy Gooka from the Teniru Womens Shelter.
    (L-R) Corporal Craig Peet, Sergeant Brian King (New Zealand Defence Force), Warrant Officer ??? Muskee and Sister Daisy Gooka. www.defence.gov.au hires

    Taking the next step: Corporal Craig Peet passes an old step to Sergeant Brian King (New Zealand Defence Force) during reconstruction of a stairway at the Teniru Womens Shelter in Solomon Islands. www.defence.gov.au hires

    Warrant Officer Class 2 Marina Cox helps Sister Daisy Gooka with the gas supply at the Teniru Women's Shelter. www.defence.gov.au hires

    Section Commander, Lance Corporal Sean Fitton discusses a recent incident with Royal Solomon Island Police Sergeant Wesly Vouza over a map of Solomon Islands. www.defence.gov.au hires

    Royal Solomon Islands Police Constable Luke Sale patrols into a village with Australian Defence Force soldiers. www.defence.gov.au hires

    Reservist soldier on Operation Anode patrol into a remote village to talk to locals. www.defence.gov.au hires

    Royal Solomon Islands Police Constable Luke Sale interviews a local with assistance from Lance Corporal Sean Fitton. www.defence.gov.au hires

    A reservist deployed on Operation Anode watches as Royal Solomon Islands Police Constable Luke Sale interviews a local with the assistance of Lance Corporal Sean Fitton. www.defence.gov.au hires

    Royal Solomon Islands Police Constable Luke Sale interviews local villagers with assistance from Lance Corporal Sean Fitton. www.defence.gov.au hires

    Private Simon Rawson greets local villager Fred Boa during a patrol to the remote village of Komukama, Solomon Islands. www.defence.gov.au hires

    An Australian Army Reservist from rotation 18 watches Chantelle Delaney perform during the Forces Entertainment Tour to Solomon Islands. www.defence.gov.au hires

    Captain John Pearse (left) joins Chantelle Delaney and Tiaan Williams during a concert at Guadalcanal Beach Resort. www.defence.gov.au hires

    Tiaan Williams performs with her father's band, Doug Williams and The Mix during a concert at the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands (RAMSI) base on Guadalcanal. www.defence.gov.au hires

    Able Seaman Dave Rampant from the Melbourne Detachment of the Royal Australian Navy Band sets up the audio for a Forces Entertainment concert at Guadalcanal Beach Resort. www.defence.gov.au hires

    Comedian Clint Paddison entertains a crowd from the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands (RAMSI) base on Guadalcanal. www.defence.gov.au hires

    Deputy Prime Minister, The Hon Julia Gillard MP, during a visit to the Australian Embassy in Baghdad, Iraq. www.defence.gov.au hires

    Arrival of Deputy Prime Minister, The Hon Julia Gillard MP, in Baghdad, Iraq. www.defence.gov.au hires

    Deputy Prime Minister, The Hon Julia Gillard MP, during a visit to the Australian Embassy in Baghdad, Iraq. www.defence.gov.au hires

    The Officer Commanding Security Detachment (SECDET) XV, Major Earnshaw, explains to the The Deputy Prime Minister, The Hon Julia Gillard, the roles of SECDET. www.defence.gov.au hires

    The Deputy Prime Minister, The Hon Julia Gillard MP, signs a Memoranda of Understanding with the Iraqi Minister of Security and Border Control, Jwad AL Bolani. www.defence.gov.au hires

    Private Ivan Valjan, Bravo Company, 2nd Battalion, Royal Australia Regiment, shares a lighter moment with the Deputy Prime Minister, The Hon Julia Gillard MP, during a visit to the Australian Embassy in Baghdad, Iraq. Private Valjan is part of the Australian Security Detachment which provides security for embassy staff and VIP's. www.defence.gov.au hires

    The crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Sledge, Coast Guard 25-foot response boat crews, Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife boat crews and Water Witch Fire Company boat crews all conduct routine safety patrols to ensure boaters are staying safe on the water during Canal Days in Chesapeake City, Md., Saturday, June 27, 2009. The Coast Guard and partner agencies are out in support of Operation Dry Water to raise the awareness of Boating Under the Influence consequences in order to reduce the number of alcohol-related accidents and fatalities. (Coast Guard photo/Petty Officer 3rd Class Brandyn Hill) hires

    Chief Warrant Officer Scott Gradel, a vessel inspector at Coast Guard Sector Baltimore, Md., man's the overwatch position during Canal Days in Chesapeake City, Md., Saturday, June 27, 2009. "We want to see people have fun, but we want them to be safe on the water as well," said Gradel. (Coast Guard photo/Petty Officer 3rd Class Brandyn Hill) hires

    A 25-foot response boat crew from Coast Guard Station Curtis Bay, Md., conducts safety patrols throughout the small basin during Canal Days in Chesapeake City, Md., Saturday, June 27, 2009. Several hundred boaters attended the 34th annual Canal Days event which hosts festivities on land and water. (Coast Guard photo/Seaman Apprentice Grace Baldwin) hires

    Cadets and crew of Coast Guard Cutter Eagle stand at parade rest during a change of command ceremony aboard Coast Guard Cutter Eagle in Charleston, S.C., Saturday, June 27, 2009. Capt. Eric C. Jones assumed responsibility as commanding officer of the Eagle from Capt. J. Christopher Sinnett in a time-honored ceremony that formally transfers authority and accountability from one individual to another. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Etta Smith) hires

    Cadets and crew of Coast Guard Cutter Eagle stand at parade rest during a change of command Capt. Eric C. Jones (LEFT) assumes responsibility as commanding officer of Coast Guard Cutter Eagle from Capt. J. Christopher Sinnett (CENTER) in a time-honored ceremony that formally transfers authority and accountability from one individual to another. Cutter Eagle serves as a seagoing classroom for future officers of the Coast Guard. A permanent crew of six officers and 55 enlisted personnel maintain the ship year round and provide a strong base of knowledge and seamanship for the training of up to 150 cadets or officer candidates at a time. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Etta Smith) hires

    Vice Adm. Robert J. Papp addresses the crowd during a change of command ceremony aboard Coast Guard Cutter Eagle in Charleston, S.C., Saturday, June 27, 2009. Capt. Eric C. Jones assumed responsibility as commanding officer of Eagle from Capt. J. Christopher Sinnett in a time-honored ceremony that formally transfers authority and accountability from one individual to another. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Etta Smith) hires

    Service personnel from the Royal Marines, Royal Navy, British Army and the Royal Air Force support Armed Forces Day [Picture: Crown Copyright/MOD 2009] www.mod.uk

    A Royal Air Force Chinook helicopter flies an Armed Forces Day flag over Afghanistan [Picture: Cpl Rupert Frere, Crown Copyright/MOD 2009] www.mod.uk

    The London Eye is lit up in red, white and blue to mark Armed Forces Day [Picture: Sgt Andy Malthouse, Crown Copyright/MOD 2009] www.mod.uk

    Corporal Candice Hall, British Army, raises the first Armed Forces Day flag in Iraq [Picture: LA(Phot) Bernie Henesy, Crown Copyright/MOD 2009] www.mod.uk

    Royal Marines on exercise in Brunei fly the Armed Forces Day flag [Picture: LA(Phot) Bernie Henesy, Crown Copyright/MOD 2009] www.mod.uk

    Pipes and Drums from RAF Kinloss and Highlanders from the 4th Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland parade through Forres, Moray, to mark Armed Forces Day [Picture: Cpl James Goodwin, Crown Copyright/MOD 2009] www.mod.uk

    Personnel from Royal Air Force Kinloss parade through Forres, Moray, to mark Armed Forces Day [Picture: Cpl James Goodwin, Crown Copyright/MOD 2009] www.mod.uk

    The Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, The Red Arrows, put on a display over Forres, Moray, following a parade through the town by personnel from RAF Kinloss to mark Armed Forces Day [Picture: Cpl James Goodwin, Crown Copyright/MOD 2009] www.mod.uk

    In Gibraltar, Armed Forces Day was celebrated over three days with a static display of local units held in the centre of the town. Here, Senior Aircraftman Chris Myers explains the purpose of the bomb-disposal equipment to local children [Picture: Cpl Ralph Merry ABIPP RAF, Crown Copyright/MOD 2009] www.mod.uk

    Sergeant Colin Gauci shows off the RAF bomb disposal section's wheelbarrow to Commander British Forces, Commodore Adrian Bell; Gibraltar's Mayor, Momy Levy; and 93-year-old Pepe Fabre, representing Gibraltar's British Legion [Picture: Cpl Ralph Merry ABIPP RAF, Crown Copyright/MOD 2009] www.mod.uk

    Warrant Officer Class 2 Dave Clark, who serves with 105 Regiment Royal Artillery (Volunteers), delivers the post in his Army uniform as part of the Armed Forces Day Uniform to Work Day [Picture: Mark Owens, Crown Copyright/MOD 2009] www.mod.uk

    Local dignitaries and Group Captain Gibson from RAF Leeming attend the Armed Forces Day flag raising ceremony at the Civic Centre Northallerton [Picture: Sgt John Hawkes RAF, Crown Copyright/MOD 2009] www.mod.uk

    Royal Marines during a recent exercise in Brunei hold up an Armed Forces Day flag [Picture: LA(Phot) Bernie Henesy, Crown Copyright/MOD 2009] www.mod.uk

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    Canadian Governor General Michaelle Jean (C) wears a Naval uniform as she inspects the guard during the Queen's Colours ceremony on the Garrison Grounds in Halifax, Nova Scotia, June 27, 2009. The last presentation of the Queens Colours was performed by Britain's late Queen Mother 30 years ago. *******

    Canadian Governor General Michaelle Jean (C) wears a Naval uniform as she inspects the guard during the Queen's Colours ceremony on the Garrison Grounds in Halifax, Nova Scotia, June 27, 2009. The last presentation of the Queens Colours was performed by Britain's late Queen Mother 30 years ago. *******

    Canadian Governor General Michaelle Jean (C) presents the new Queen's Colours to the Royal Canadian Navy Lieutenant William Sanson (R) at the Garrison Grounds in Halifax, Nova Scotia, June 27, 2009. The last presentation of the Queens Colours was performed by Britain's late Queen Mother 30 years ago. *******

    Canadian Governor General Michaelle Jean (L) stands at attention after presenting the new Queen's Colours to the Royal Canadian Navy Lieutenant William Sanson (R) at the Garrison Grounds in Halifax, Nova Scotia, June 27, 2009. The last presentation of the Queens Colours was performed by Britain's late Queen Mother 30 years ago. *******

    Royal Canadian Navy sailors give out three cheers for Governor General Michaelle Jean following the presentation of the new Queen's Colours at the Garrison Grounds in Halifax, Nova Scotia, June 27, 2009. The last presentation of the Queens Colours was performed by Britain's late Queen Mother 30 years ago. *******

    US Marine Lieutenent Daniel Jernigan of 1st Combat Engineer Battalion of 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade rests at a forward operating base in Helmand Province in Afghanistan on June 28, 2009. NATO-led forces are seizing the initiative against insurgents in southern Afghanistan as thousands of US reinforcements move into the area, the Dutch commander for the region, Major General Mart de Kruif, said on June 25. ***** Images

    US Marine Sergent Heath Nall of 1st Combat Engineer Battalion of 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade cleans his weapon at a forward operating base in Helmand Province in Afghanistan on June 28, 2009. NATO-led forces are seizing the initiative against insurgents in southern Afghanistan as thousands of US reinforcements move into the area, the Dutch commander for the region, Major General Mart de Kruif, said on June 25. ***** Images

    U.S. Marine dog handler corporal Chad Perraut, with 2nd platoon, F company, 5th battalion, 10th Marines pours water for Body, a Marine bomb sniffer patrol dog, during a patrol in southern Afghanistan June 28, 2009. After five years coping with the most dangerous province in Iraq, the U.S. Marines have been given their next assignment: Helmund, the most dangerous province in Afghanistan. *******

    Iraqi officers march during a parade to mark the departure of US forces in the town of Baquba, some 60 kilometers from Baghdad on June 29, 2009. US combat troops will pull out from Iraq's cities and main towns June 30 as the war-torn country takes sole charge of security in a major stepping stone to a complete American withdrawal. ***** Images

    An Iraqi policeman stands guard at a checkpoint in central Baghdad, Iraq, Sunday, June 28, 2009. A heavy sandstorm has blanketed Iraq's capital, Sunday, closing the Baghdad airport and sending dozens of people to the hospital with respiratory problems. Sandstorms are a regular occurrence in Baghdad although it is shielded from the desert by a thin ***** of arable land between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers. AP Photo

    U.S and Iraqi soldiers patrol outside a home in the Shiite enclave of Sadr City in Baghdad, Iraq, Sunday, June 28, 2009. U.S. troops will be out of Iraqi cities by Tuesday June 30 in the first step toward winding down the American war effort by the end of 2011. AP Photo

    Soldiers display sub machines guns seized to suspected drug boss Omar Ibarra Lozano, 25, at a military base on the outskirts of Monterrey, northern Mexico June 27, 2009. Lozano, a former top state policeman that has been operating for a month as the new boss of the Beltran Leyva Cartel in the wealthy neighbourhood of San Pedro, was detained on Friday along with a drug dealer, local media said. The army also seized weapons, drugs and a list of 33 policemen presumed to be in collusion with organised crime. *******

    Soldiers present suspected drug boss Omar Ibarra Lozano, 25, to the media at a military base on the outskirts of Monterrey, northern Mexico June 27, 2009. Lozano, a former top state policeman that has been operating for a month as the new boss of the Beltran Leyva Cartel in the wealthy neighbourhood of San Pedro, was detained on Friday along with a drug dealer, local media said. The army also seized weapons, drugs and a list of 33 policemen presumed to be in collusion with organised crime. *******

    A Sri Lankan police commando stands guard in front of the Pakistani team's dressing room as Pakistani cricketer Abdul Razzak, left, comes out during a three day practice match between Pakistan and Sri Lanka Cricket XI in Colombo, Sri Lanka, Monday, June 29, 2009. AP Photo

    London's Metropolitan police officers secure the wall area of the National Gallery museum at central London's Trafalgar Square Sunday June 28, 2009, after Michael Jackson fans have written graffiti following his death announcement. The police believe the graffiti of the commemorative notes and drawings first appeared Saturday evening and they are investigating the incidents. Barriers have now been put up to stop people accessing the National Gallery walls. There have been no arrests. AP Photo

    Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (red tie) and his wife Sarah arrive to a memorial ceremony for his his brother, Yonatan, at Mount Herzl military cemetery in Jerusalem June 28, 2009. Yonatan Netanyahu was killed while leading the 1976 raid to rescue hijacked Israeli hostages from Entebbe, Uganda. *******

    Soldiers riding on tanks patrol a bridge after a roadside bomb exploded in front of a coffe shop in the town of Datu Saudi Ampatuan in Maguindanao on Mindanao island on June 29, 2009. Bombs ripped through a cafe in the southern Philippines early June 29, killing three people and wounding 15, the military and witnesses said. The three dead included a man seen placing one of the devices in a garbage bin at a coffee shop near the town of Datu Saudi Ampatuan, an overwhelmingly. ***** Images

    A child watches as soldiers arrive to investigate a bombing in front of a coffe shop in the town of Datu Saudi Ampatuan in Maguindanao on Mindanao island on June 29, 2009. The bombs ripped through a cafe in the southern Philippines killing three people and wounding 15, the military and witnesses said. The three dead included a man seen placing one of the devices in a garbage bin. ***** Images

    Lebanese soldiers stand guard in the Aisha Bakkar neighbourhood of west Beirut on June 29, 2009, a day after clashes between rival political parties. A woman was killed by a stray bullet during the clashes in mainly Muslim west Beirut between supporters of Shiite parliament speaker Nabih Berri's Amal movement and the Future Movement of prime minister-designate Saad Hariri, an official from the latter's party said. ***** Images

    Pope Benedict XVI, at second left, arrives with other prelates for a solemn vespers service for St. Peter and St. Paul, in St. Paul Outside the Walls Basilica, in Rome, Sunday, June 28, 2009. The pontiff said recent scientific tests on what are believed to be the remains of the Apostle Paul "seem to conclude" that they do indeed belong to the Roman Catholic saint. At right, a Vatican Swiss guard. AP Photo

    A Swiss guard stands infront of the main door prior to Pope Benedict XVI's arrival for a vespers service for St. Peter and St. Paul's day in St. Paul Outside the Walls Basilica in Rome on June 28, 2009. The pontiff said recent scientific tests on what are believed to be the remains of the Apostle Paul 'seem to conclude' that they do indeed belong to the Roman Catholic saint. ***** Images

    A military band member of the South Korean Navy stands besides the bronze relief sculptures of six sailors from South Korean Navy's Chamsuri class patrol boat No.357 who were killed in a battle at sea with the North Korean navy, during the 7th anniversary of the 2nd Yeonpyeong sea battle between the two Koreas in 2002, at a naval port in Pyeongtaek, about 70 km (40 miles) south of Seoul, June 29, 2009. The battle along a disputed sea border left six South Korean sailors dead and about 30 North Koreans presumed dead or wounded. *******

    Survivors salute in front of the bronze relief sculptures of their six fellow sailors from South Korean Navy's Chamsuri class patrol boat No.357 who were killed in a battle at sea with the North Korean navy, during the 7th anniversary of the second Yeonpyeong sea battle between the two Koreas in 2002, at a naval port in Pyeongtaek, about 70 km (40 miles) south of Seoul, June 29, 2009. The battle along a disputed sea border left six South Korean sailors dead and about 30 North Koreans presumed dead or wounded. *******

    Visitors survey South Korean Navy's bullet-ridden Chamsuri class patrol boat No.357, which was sunk by a North Korean warship during the 2nd Yeonpyeong sea battle between two Koreas in 2002, after the 7th anniversary of the battle, at a naval port in Pyeongtaek, about 70 km (40 miles) south of Seoul, June 29, 2009. The battle along a disputed sea border left six South Korean sailors dead and about 30 North Koreans presumed dead or wounded. *******

    Sonar Technician third class Jeff Favro from Oakharbor, OH. , stands underneath a U.S. flag on the deck of the USS Arleigh Burke, Monday, June 29, 2009 as the ship dock in the Victoria harbour, Seychelles. The USS Arleigh Burke is on a training mission in the Indian ocean with members of the Kenyan navy training onboard to improve maritime safety and security for the African continent. AP Photo

    Indian Air Force (IAF) advanced light helicopters display team "Sarang" perform during the Combined Graduation Parade (CGP) at the Air Force Academy (AFA) in the southern Indian city of Hyderabad June 27, 2009. A total of 173 flight cadets including 32 female cadets from all branches of IAF, except technical and medical, passed-out from the portals of AFA after successfully completing their basic and professional training at various training establishments of IAF, media release said. *******

    Flight cadets attend the Combined Graduation Parade (CGP) at the Air Force Academy (AFA) in the southern Indian city of Hyderabad June 27, 2009. A total of 173 flight cadets including 32 female cadets from all branches of the Indian Air Force (IAF), except technical and medical, passed-out from the portals of AFA after successfully completing their basic and professional training at various training establishments of the IAF, a media release said. *******

    Flight cadets march during the Combined Graduation Parade (CGP) at the Air Force Academy (AFA) in the southern Indian city of Hyderabad June 27, 2009. A total of 173 flight cadets including 32 female cadets from all branches of the Indian Air Force (IAF), except technical and medical, passed-out from the portals of AFA after successfully completing their basic and professional training at various training establishments of the IAF, a media release said. *******

    Air Warrior drill team perform during the combined graduation parade at the Air Force Academy at Dundigal, about 40 kilometers (25 miles) from Hyderabad, India, Saturday, June 27, 2009. AP Photo

    Indian Air Force aerobatics team Surya Kiran performs stunts during the combined graduation parade at the Air Force Academy at Dundigal, about 40 kilometers (25 miles) from Hyderabad, India, Saturday, June 27, 2009. AP Photo

    A Belgian Air Force Eurofighter typhoon fighter jet performs during the AirPower 09 air show at the Hinterstoisser air base in Zeltweg June 27, 2009. Over 200,000 spectators are expected to attend the air show which takes place June 26 to 27. *******

    Four F-5E fighter jets from the Swiss Air Force's Patrouille Suisse aerobatic team perform during the AirPower 09 air show at the Hinterstoisser air base in Zeltweg June 27, 2009. Over 200,000 spectators are expected to attend the air show which takes place June 26 to 27. *******

    Four F-5E fighter jets from the Swiss Air Force's Patrouille Suisse aerobatic team perform during the AirPower 09 air show at the Hinterstoisser air base in Zeltweg June 27, 2009. Over 200,000 spectators are expected to attend the air show which takes place June 26 to 27. *******

    A Dutch Air Force F-16 fighter jet performs during the AirPower 09 air show at the Hinterstoisser air base in Zeltweg June 27, 2009. Over 200,000 spectators are expected to attend the air show which takes place June 26 to 27. *******

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    Fantastic photos so far today everyone.

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    Great photos

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    Yeah.

    Keep up the good work everyone !

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    Belgian Eurofighter ?!
    Egad.....

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    great pics

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    From : http://www.navy.mil/view_single.asp?id=73057

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    We're not supposed to hotlink, you need to use an image hosting site like www.imageshack.us www.*******.com etc.

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    Really lovely photos. Good work Supplanter, keep it up.

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    thats already been on chinese sites for a while, crazy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Supplanter View Post
    We're not supposed to hotlink, you need to use an image hosting site like www.imageshack.us www.*******.com etc.
    Ok I am fixing the thing.
    Done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eATS View Post
    thats already been on chinese sites for a while, crazy
    Did they pass it off as their own "secret stealth fighter"?

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    ugh I remember eib a few months ago

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