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    Not my pics/captions...

    Members of the 13th Parachute Dragoon Regiment in ghillie suits. Since they are considered a special forces unit within the French military, they are not equipped with the standard issue FAMAS. Instead they either carry the M4 Carbine or in this case, the H&K 416. (Photos: SCH P. Hilaire/SIRPA Terre)









    Members of the French 4th Special Forces Helicopter Regiment during a training exercise. (Photos: SCH P. Hilaire / SIRPA Earth)

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    Been fallowing this thread for a long time. Are thoses picture from the excercie in south of France? In the Gers region?
    Merci bcp les mecs pour toutes les photos en tout cas / Thx for all the pics, keep them coming!

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    Nice slow-mo


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    Either it's a damn slooooow ship or it's a little bit too much slow-motion.
    Nevertheless the quality of the pics is great!

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    Stage de médicalisation en milieu hostile (MEDICHOS) à Lorient
    Dans le cadre de leur préparation opérationnelle, des médecins et des infirmiers militaires participent à un stage de médicalisation en milieu hostile, le « Médichos ». Les 17 et 18 octobre 2013, à Lorient, une dizaine d'entre eux ont suivi cette formation encadrée par les fusiliers commandos.

    Des figurants sont grimés avant un exercice d'extraction de victimes d'engin explosif improvisé (EEI) destiné aux participants du stage MEDICHOS - R. Connan/DICOD

    Extraction de victimes d'engin explosif improvisé par les stagiaires de MEDICHOS - R. Connan/DICOD

    Les stagiaires effectuent les gestes de secours sur un blessé avant son extraction - R. Connan/DICOD

    Évacuation de blessés de la zone hostile à bord d'un Véhicule léger de reconnaissance et d'appui (VLRA) - R. Connan/DICOD

    Les stagiaires évacuent les blessés de la zone hostile à bord d'un VLRA - R. Connan/DICOD

    Un stagiaire rempli la fiche de soins d'un blessé pendant son évacuation - R. Connan/DICOD

    Mise en perfusion d’un blessé lors de son évacuation en VLRA - R. Connan/DICOD

    Progression en discrétion des stagiaires lors d’un exercice nocturned'extraction d'otages sur le site de Gavre - R. Connan/DICOD

    Progression en discrétion des stagiaires lors d’un exercice nocturned'extraction d'otages sur le site de Gavre - R. Connan/DICOD

    Les stagiaires sont mis en situation d'un afflux massif de blessés. - R. Connan/DICOD

    Les blessés sont regroupés en zone de triage et de prise en charge avant leur évacuation en milieu hostile. - R. Connan/DICOD

    Les stagiaires manipulent également des mannequins de simulation sur le terrain. - R. Connan/DICOD

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    Sauvetage au combat, mode d'emploi
    La 7e édition du CJPRSC (Combined joint personnel recovery standardisation course) s'est déroulée sur la base aérienne 120 de Cazaux (Gironde) du 24 septembre au 10 octobre 2013. L’objet de cette rencontre internationale est de standardiser les différentes procédures dans le cadre des missions de sauvetage de personnel isolé en terrain hostile. Du côté français, c’est le CPA 30 et les hélicoptères Caracal de l’EH 1/67 « Pyrénées » qui sont en charge de cette mission et qui ont participé aux entraînements pendant toute la durée du CJPRSC.

    Le CPA 30 participe à l’exercice. - ©JJ.Chatard©DICOD

    Une équipe du CPA 30 se dirigent vers le Caracal pour embarquer. - ©JJ.Chatard©DICOD

    Un gunner (tireur embarqué) à bord d’un Caracal. - ©JJ.Chatard©DICOD

    Caracal au-dessus de la forêt landaise. - ©JJ.Chatard©DICOD

    Ravitaillement d’un Caracal par une équipe italienne. - ©JJ.Chatard©DICOD

    Mécanicien navigant à bord d’un Caracal, porte ouverte. Derrière lui, un gunner. - ©JJ.Chatard©DICOD

    Préparation de mission entre pilotes. Plus d’une dizaine de nations participent au CJPRSC. - ©JJ.Chatard©DICOD

    Forêt landaise. Un commando français fait un point de situation à la radio. - ©JJ.Chatard©DICOD

    Deux commandos déposent au sol des panneaux de marquage orange pour indiquer leur position aux avions de chasse présents dans la zone. - ©JJ.Chatard©DICOD

    Les commandos et les personnels isolés se dirigent vers le point de ralliement d’où ils seront évacués par hélicoptères. - ©JJ.Chatard©DICOD

    Dernier briefing avant l’évacuation. - ©JJ.Chatard©DICOD

    Les commandos se positionnent en file indienne en attendant l’atterrissage du Caracal. - ©JJ.Chatard©DICOD

    Manœuvre d’atterrissage d’un Caracal. - ©JJ.Chatard©DICOD

    Début de l’évacuation. - ©JJ.Chatard©DICOD

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    French soldiers arrive at Bangui airport in the Central African Republic.



    Last edited by Daniel1973; 11-29-2013 at 04:29 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel1973 View Post
    French soldiers arrive at Bangui airport in the Central African Republic.
    Pictures are fom January and March of this year and they're reposts.

    Here are some more recent pictures of the French contingent in the CAR:

    French soldiers conduct reconnaissance on the roof of the Mpoko airport in Bangui, Central African Republic November 23, 2013. With the country slipping deeper into chaos, former colonial power France plans to boost its force there to around 1,000 troops to restore law and order until a much bigger African Union force fully deploys. The land-locked country has been gripped by violence since the mainly Muslim rebels, many of them fighters from neighbouring Sudan and Chad, seized power in the majority Christian country in March. Some 460,000 people - around a tenth of the population - have fled the sectarian violence their takeover ignited. Picture taken November 23, 2013. *******/Joe Penney

    A French soldier guards a checkpoint at the Mpoko airport in Bangui, Central African Republic, November 23, 2013. *******/Joe Penney

    French soldiers inspect a taxi at a checkpoint at the Mpoko airport in Bangui November 23, 2013. World powers, led by France, are scrambling to contain a crisis that Paris and U.N. officials have warned could lead to genocide in Central African Republic, which slipped into chaos after rebels ousted the president in March. *******/Joe Penney

    A French soldier inspects a car at a checkpoint at the Mpoko airport in Bangui November 23, 2013. World powers, led by France, are scrambling to contain a crisis that Paris and U.N. officials have warned could lead to genocide in Central African Republic, which slipped into chaos after rebels ousted the president in March. *******/Joe Penney

    A file photo taken on October 10, 2013 shows French soldiers of the BOALI operation in Central African Republic standing guard at a checkpoint near Bangui Airport. France's defence minister said on November 26, 2013 that Paris would deploy about 1,000 soldiers to Central African Republic for six months to support an African peacekeeping force. AFP PHOTO / ISSOUF SANOGO







    French soldiers of the BOALI operation in Central African Republic keep a lookout at the Bangui airport on October 10, 2013. The Central African Republic has been shaken by a recent increase in clashes between ex-rebels of the Muslim Seleka coalition that led the coup and local self-defense groups formed by rural Christian residents, the religion of around 80 percent of the population. The poor but mineral-rich nation was plunged into chaos when a coalition of rebels and armed movements ousted longtime president Bozize and took the capital Bangui in March. AFP PHOTO / ISSOUF SANOGO

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave76 View Post







    What flag is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cbreedon View Post
    What flag is that?
    It's the Brittany flag : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brittany

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    Breizh!!!
    Best part of France!

    (ach too late!)

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brittany




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    thanks guys. Does the flag have any connection to the US? they look similar...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cbreedon View Post
    thanks guys. Does the flag have any connection to the US? they look similar...
    Yes, the Gwenn-ha-Du (meaning "Black and White) [FONT=sans-serif][*******#000000]has been created in the 1900s and the US banner was considered as a modern (and fashion) design symbol of democracy.

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    Breizh!!!
    Best part of France!
    BZH : Bienvenue en Zone Humide*
    Brittany has a special climate : Summer begins 15th of August at Noon and finishes at 4:00PM … The same day.

    *Welcome in Wet Zone

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    Reminds me of this


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