12 May 2010: Patrol Base Atiq into Sinha of Mirabad Valley, Afghanistan, with Afghan crops reaching knee high in the green zone,First Mentoring Task Force soldiers are increasing the patrol tempo in an effort to drive the insurgents from local villages
Two-hundred-and-twenty paratroopers from the 3rd Battalion, The Royal Australian Regiment, dropped in to exercise Hamel 2010, the most complex training activity ever undertaken by the Australian Army.
A student on the Joint Terminal Attack Controller Course (JTAC) using UHF radio during an assessment in the High Range Training Area.
A student being assessed by Captain Weir during a phase of the Joint Terminal Attack Controller Course (JTAC).
Lieutenant Myors relays timings required via radio to the Joint Offensive Support Team nearby and two F/A-18 Hornets overhead, with an instructor assessing his progress, during the last week of the Joint Terminal Attack Controller Course in the High Range Training Area at Townsville.
Lieutenant Myors conducts one of the many assessments during the Joint Terminal Attack Controller Course (JTAC) in the High Range Training Area at Townsville.
A student on the Joint Terminal Attack Controller Course (JTAC) run by Forward Air Control Development Unit describing the target location to F/A-18 Hornet conducting close air support overhead.
US DoD footage. Watch for the guys with the wheelbarrow.
B-roll of how a Provincial Reconstruction Team builds a bridge near Tarin Kowt, Afghanistan. Due to a strong Taliban presence in Uruzgan, Afghanistan, some missions of the Provincial Reconstruction Team have been put on hold and are now revisiting. Includes sound bites from Australian Capt. Ryan Orders, Senior Project Engineer, Uruzgan Provincial Reconstruction Team, Darwin, Australia. Produced by Lance Cpl. Nick Neighbors.
from everyones point.... the less said is better, apparently.
I'll say one thing you know what boredom is when you start turning every tree within a 30m radius into totem poles.
The enviro officer will be along shortly to take your details...
From spanish forum "fotosdebarcos.com" and the photographer "romarin"