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    The final phase of certification of the military personnel of the 17th rotation of KFOR national contingent in Kosovo began in Novograd Volynskyi at the location of the 30th Detached Guards Mechanized Brigade, 8th Army Corps.









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    The helicopter pilots of the 16th Detached Brigade of Army Aviation of the 8th Army Corps, Ukrainian Armed Forces, held another flight change in Brody (Lviv region).





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    Reactive Artillery Battalion of the 1st Guards Armoured Brigade during training. Ukraine.







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    Belarus.











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    Albania.








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    Croatian advisory team in Afghanistan.












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    Romanian soldiers in Afghanistan.









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    Military Police Company (MPkp) and Translation Company (OVSkp) training in Norway.








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    Skånings company, Skaraborg Regiment, Sweden.










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    Norwegian soldiers train how to deal with a bad car accident.
















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    Quote Originally Posted by Ceriy View Post


    @Ceriy, do you have any informations about this Belarus UAV? Is it just have camera?

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    Have the Norwegians completely switched over to the OpsCore FAST helmet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeroyiDnepra View Post
    @Ceriy, do you have any informations about this Belarus UAV? Is it just have camera?
    It's a Russian UAV called "IRKUT-10" Aerial Remote Sensing System. English and Russian pdfs with specs.
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    Rep.of Korea Marine Corps Self-propelled artillery Maneuvers


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    “Controlled chaos,” is how U.S. Army Maj. Michael Borsich described the frenzied, yet calculated, dance of medical personnel who swiftly moved around patient litters in a sweltering hangar, to thunderous sound of helicopter blades slicing through the air.
    This was the scene that, Borsich, officer in charge, and his Soldiers from the 256th Combat Support Hospital, U.S. Army Reserves, using to recreate a field hospital with their military partners Feb. 27 and 28. Adding to the chaos, was the three different languages being spoken by the multi-national soldiers all partnering in exercise Central Accord 2013. This was the culmination of 10 days they spent practicing medical treatment techniques with Cameroonian and five Central African partner nation soldiers.
    Central Accord 2013, a joint multi-national exercise in which U.S., Cameroon and neighboring Central African militaries partner to promote regional cooperation while increasing aerial resupply and medical treatment capacity, was sponsored by U.S. Army Africa and hosted by the Cameroonian Defense Force.
    (Photo by Staff Sgt. Amy Wieser Willson, North Dakota Army National Guard)






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