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    Arrow Today's Pix - Friday, August 25th, 2006

    Been busy in the field ..
    Same for Monday the 28th ...
    So don't wait for me; post them if you have 'em!



    A Brazilian air force, F- 5, maneuvers during the Cruzeiro do Sul Operation, CRUZEX III, at the Anapolis air base, Goias, Brazil, on Friday, Aug. 25, 2006. The Brazilian air force (FAB) is conducting training exercises inside the Goias State, center-west of Brazil. Five countries are participating in the operation. The war is simulated, but the maneuvers have all the elements of true combat. The simulation is made every two years and it gathers more than 1,700 military personel and 90 aircraft from six countries: Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Venezuela, Brazil and France. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres).

    A Venezuelan air force Mirage 50, maneuvers during the Cruzeiro do Sul Operation, CRUZEX III, in the Anapolis air base, Goias, Brazil, on Friday, Aug. 25, 2006. The Brazilian air force (FAB) is conducting training exercises inside the Goias State, center-west of Brazil. Five countries are participating in the operation. The war is simulated, but the maneuvers have all the elements of a truth combat. The simulation is made every two years and it gathers more than 1.700 military and 90 airplanes of war of six countries: Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Venezuela, Brazil and France. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres).

    A Venezuelan air force Mirage 50, maneuvers during the Cruzeiro do Sul Operation, CRUZEX III, at the Anapolis air base, Goias, Brazil, on Friday, Aug. 25, 2006. The Brazilian air force (FAB) is conducting training exercises inside the Goias State, center-west of Brazil. Five countries are participating in the operation. The war is simulated, but the maneuvers have all the elements of true combat. The simulation is made every two years and it gathers more than 1,700 military personel and 90 airplanes of war of six countries: Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Venezuela, Brazil and France. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres).

    A French air force Mirage 200 maneuvers during the Cruzeiro do Sul Operation, CRUZEX III, at the Anapolis air base, Goias, Brazil, on Friday, Aug. 25, 2006. The Brazilian air force (FAB) is conducting training exercises inside the Goias State, center-west of Brazil. Five countries are participating in the operation. The war is simulated, but the maneuvers have all the elements of true combat. The simulation is made every two years and it gathers more than 1,700 military and 90 airplanes of war of six countries: Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Venezuela, Brazil and France. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres).

    A French air force Mirage 2000 maneuvers during the Cruzeiro do Sul Operation, CRUZEX III, at the Anapolis air base, Goias, Brazil, on Friday, Aug. 25, 2006. The Brazilian air force (FAB) is conducting training exercises inside the Goias State, center-west of Brazil. Five countries are participating in the operation. The war is simulated, but the maneuvers have all the elements of true combat. The simulation is made every two years and it gathers more than 1,700 military personal and 90 airplanes of war of six countries: Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Venezuela, Brazil and France. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres).

    An Argentina air force, A 4, maneuvers during the Cruzeiro do Sul Operation, CRUZEX III, at the Anapolis air base, Goias, Brazil, on Friday, Aug. 25, 2006. The Brazilian air force (FAB) is conducting training exercises inside the Goias State, center-west of Brazil. Five countries are participating in the operation. The war is simulated, but the maneuvers have all the elements of true combat. The simulation is made every two years and it gathers more than 1,700 military personel and 90 aircraft from six countries: Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Venezuela, Brazil and France. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres).


    A Venezuelan air force F-16, maneuvers during the Cruzeiro do Sul Operation, CRUZEX III, at the Anapolis air base, Goias, Brazil, on Friday, Aug. 25, 2006. The Brazilian air force (FAB) is conducting training exercises inside the Goias State, center-west of Brazil. Five countries are participating in the operation. The war is simulated, but the maneuvers have all the elements of true combat. The simulation is made every two years and it gathers more than 1,700 military personel and 90 airplanes of war of six countries: Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Venezuela, Brazil and France. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres).

    A Venezuelan air force F-16, maneuvers during the Cruzeiro do Sul Operation, CRUZEX III, at the Anapolis air base, Goias, Brazil, on Friday, Aug. 25, 2006. The Brazilian air force (FAB) is conducting training exercises inside the Goias State, center-west of Brazil. Five countries are participating in the operation. The war is simulated, but the maneuvers have all the elements of a truth combat. The simulation is made every two years and it gathers more than 1.700 military and 90 airplanes of war of six countries: Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Venezuela, Brazil and France. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres).

    A US Airways plane sits next to the terminal at Will Rogers World Airport Friday, Aug. 25, 2006, after it was diverted to Oklahoma City after a federal air marshal subdued a disruptive passenger who was involved in an incident with a flight attendant, a spokesman for the airline said. (AP Photo/The Oklahoman, Jim Beckel)


    Beamte der Bundespolizei patroullieren am Freitag, 25. August 2006, vor einem ICE im Hauptbahnhof in Frankfurt am Main. (AP Photo/Michael Probst) ---German police is seen at the main train station Frankfurt, central Germany, Friday, Aug. 25, 2006. (AP Photo/Michael Probst)


    Ein Sprengstoffspuerhund der Bundespolizei sucht am Freitag, 25. August 2006, in Schliessfaechern im Hauptbahnhof in Frankfurt am Main waehrend einer Uebung nach Sprengstoff. (AP Photo/Michael Probst) ---A bomb sniffer dog jumps up in front of lockers searching for explosive devices in lockers during a practise session of the German police at the main train station Frankfurt, central Germany, Friday, Aug. 25, 2006. (AP Photo/Michael Probst)


    Staff of the Federal Office of Criminal Investigation and police load seized evidence from a student residence at the Jakob-Burckhardt street in Constance, southern Germany, into their car, Friday, Aug. 25, 2006. German police arrested a third suspect on Friday in connection with a failed attempt to blow up two trains. The man arrested in the Constance student residence, whose identity was not released, was detained on suspicion of membership in a terrorist organization, attempting to set off an explosion and multiple counts of attempted murder. (AP Photo/Keystone/Regina Kuehne)

    Mitglieder des "Speziellen Einsatzkommandos Marine" (SEM) bei einer Uebung auf der Ostsee vor Gelting am 24.August 2006. (AP Photo/Heribert Proepper) Members of the German Navy's specialo combat forces navy (SEM) during an exercisse on the Baltic Sea off Gelting, northern Germany, on Aug.24, 2006. (AP Photo/Heribert Proepper)

    ** ARCHIV ** Angehoerige der Deutschen Marine beobachten die Sprengung einer Seemine bei einer Uebung auf der Ostsee bei Gelting am 24.August 2006. (AP Photo/Heribert Proepper) ** FILE ** Members of the German Navy watch the explosion of a sea mine during an exercisse on the Baltic Sea off Gelting, northern Germany, pictured on Aug.24, 2006. (AP Photo/Heribert Proepper)

    Staff Sgt. David Hodgins embraces his wife Sarah as a thunderstorm sweeps over the tarmac of Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort (S.C.), Thursday afternoon, Aug. 24, 2006, during the homecoming of a group of U.S. Marines and sailors who had been deployed in Iraq for seven months. (AP Photo/The Beaufort Gazette, Megan Lovett)

    Danielle ONeil, left, an animal care supervisor at the National Marine Life Center, in Buzzards Bay, Mass., releases a Kemps ridley sea turtle named Jack as 12 of her colleagues release other Kemps ridley sea turtles on Dowse's Beach, in Osterville, Mass., Thursday, Aug. 24, 2006. Fourteen turtles, including one loggerhead, were released into the ocean after rehabilitation following their rescues from Oct. through Dec. 2005. The turtles can become disoriented while swimming in cold water and wash up on shore. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)

    Two Bolivian police officers, top right, stand on the top of Cal Orcko mountain at the same time President Evo Morales inaugurates Cretacious Park, a theme park built near dinosaur footprints in the outskirts of Sucre, Bolivia on Friday, Aug. 25, 2006. The largest group of dinosaur trackways, containing hundreds of footprints, is located in the Andes mountains in Bolivia, South America, near the town of Sucre. These tracks date from the late Cretaceous period, about 65 to 70 million years ago, right before the large extinction which ended the reign of the dinosaurs. The footprints include a lot of medium-sized sauropods , some small- to medium-sized theropods, and other as yet unidentified dinosaurs.(AP Photo/Dado Galdieri)

    Edgar J. Houseman, a U.S veteran living in Paris, watches a ceremony marking the 62nd anniversary of the liberation of Paris, Friday, Aug. 25, 2006 outside Paris city hall. The ceremony, including a military parade and the screening of a historical evocation, paid homage to foreign Resistance fighters and fighters from the French colonies. Paris was liberated on Aug. 25, 1944. (AP Photo/Christophe Ena)


    German Chancellor Angela Merkel, left, and French President Jacques Chirac, 2nd from left, attend a wreath laying ceremony at the statue of General Charles de Gaulle, in Paris, Friday Aug. 25, 2006. Merkel who is on a one-day visit, will hold talks with Chirac at the Elysee Palace. (AP Photo/Patrick de Noirmont)

    French President Jacques Chirac, right, and German Chancellor Angela Merkel stand at attention during a wreath lawying ceremony at the statue of General Charles de Gaulle, Friday Aug. 25, 2006 in Paris. Chirac and Merkel will hold talks later at the Elysee Palace.(AP Photo/Jacques Brinon; Pool)

    United Nations peacekeeper from France, Corporal Julien Gallais stands under the Lebanese and U.N. flags as he desembarks in the port of the southern border town of Naqoura, Lebanon, next to the headquarters of United Nations Interim Force In Lebanon, or UNIFIL, Friday Aug. 25, 2006. French warships anchored in the Mediterranean near Naqoura, about 5 kilometers (3 miles) from the Israeli border and some UN peacekeepers landed to complete the French Unit as France said on Thursday it was ready to send an extra 1,600 troops to bolster a revamped U.N. force for Lebanon, bringing the total French contingent to 2,000 and making it easier to recruit other nations. . (AP Photo/Francois Mori)



    United Nations peacekeepers from France and an armored personnel carrier disembark from a landing vessel in the port of the southern border town of Naqoura, Lebanon, next to the headquarters of United Nations Interim Force In Lebanon, or UNIFIL, Friday Aug. 25, 2006. French warships anchored in the Mediterranean near Naqoura, about 5 kilometers (3 miles) from the Israeli border and some UN peacekeepers landed to complete the French Unit as France said on Thursday it was ready to send an extra 1,600 troops to bolster a revamped U.N. force for Lebanon, bringing the total French contingent to 2,000 and making it easier to recruit other nations. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)

    A French United Nations peacekeeper officer protects his eyes from the sunlight as he arrives in the port of the southern border town of Naqoura, Lebanon, next to the headquarters of United Nations Interim Force In Lebanon, or UNIFIL, Friday Aug. 25, 2006. French warships anchored in the Mediterranean near Naqoura, about 5 kilometers (3 miles) from the Israeli border and some UN peacekeepers landed to complete the French Unit as France said on Thursday it was ready to send an extra 1,600 troops to bolster a revamped U.N. force for Lebanon, bringing the total French contingent to 2,000 and making it easier to recruit other nations. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)

    United Nations peacekeepers from France relax as thy just arrive in the port of the southern border town of Naqoura, Lebanon, next to the headquarters of the United Nations Interim Force In Lebanon, or UNIFIL, Friday Aug. 25, 2006. French warships anchored in the Mediterranean near Naqoura, about 5 kilometers (3 miles) from the Israeli border and some UN peacekeepers landed to complete the French unit as France said on Thursday it was ready to send an extra 1,600 troops to bolster a revamped U.N. force for Lebanon, bringing the total French contingent to 2,000 and making it easier to recruit other nations. . (AP Photo/Francois Mori)

    United Nations peacekeepers from France on a French landing vessel carrying a bulldozer approaches the port of the southern border town of Naqoura, Lebanon, next to the headquarters of United Nations Interim Force In Lebanon, or UNIFIL, Friday Aug. 25, 2006. French warships anchored in the Mediterranean near Naqoura, about 5 kilometers (3 miles) from the Israeli border and some UN peacekeepers landed to complete the French Unit as France said on Thursday it was ready to send an extra 1,600 troops to bolster a revamped U.N. force for Lebanon, bringing the total French contingent to 2,000 and making it easier to recruit other nations. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)

    Backdropped by French Navy ship The Mistral, a French landing vessel carrying United Nations peacekeepers from France, and armored personnel carriers, approaches the port of the southern border town of Naqoura, Lebanon, next to the headquarters of United Nations Interim Force In Lebanon, or UNIFIL, Friday Aug. 25, 2006. French warships anchored in the Mediterranean near Naqoura, about 5 kilometers (3 miles) from the Israeli border and some UN peacekeepers landed to complete the French Unit as France said on Thursday it was ready to send an extra 1,600 troops to bolster a revamped U.N. force for Lebanon, bringing the total French contingent to 2,000 and making it easier to recruit other nations. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)

    An Israeli armored vehicle advances into southern Lebanon at a border crossing near the village of Avivim, in northern Israel, Friday, Aug. 25, 2006. President Jacques Chirac announced Thursday that France will send 2,000 soldiers to southern Lebanon and hopes to retain command of the U.N. peacekeeping force, as a top European Union official said international troops could start deploying within days. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko)

    Indian soldiers of the United Nations force in southern Lebanon , known as UNIFIL, stand at an observation post along the Lebanese-Israeli border across from the northern Israel town of Manara Friday Aug. 25, 2006. U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan was trying Friday to persuade European nations to contribute troops to the United Nation's expanded peacekeeping force for Lebanon, building on the momentum created by France's promise to provide 2,000 more soldiers. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko)

    Two Lebanese soldiers inspect the rubble of a destroyed building in the southern border town of Kafarkila, Lebanon, Friday, Aug. 25, 2006. European nations were set Friday to commit a majority of troops needed for an expanded, 15,000-strong U.N. force in southern Lebanon, setting the stage for a major deployment of peacekeepers in coming weeks.(AP Photo/Karel Prinsloo)

    An Iraqi motorcyclist shows his identity card to an Iraqi army soldier at a check point, during the prayer day vehicle ban, in Baghdad, Iraq,Friday Aug. 25, 2006. A security operation in Baghdad was helping curb violence after a surge of bombings and shootings in recent month, America's two top generals in the Middle East said. (AP Photo/Hadi Mizban)

    Iraqi army soldiers patrol, during the prayer day vehicle ban, in Baqouba, 60 kilometers (35 miles) northeast of Baghdad, Iraq, Friday Aug. 25, 2006. A security operation in Baghdad was helping curb violence after a surge of bombings and shootings in recent month, America's two top generals in the Middle East said. (AP Photo/Mohammed Adnan)





    The giant statue of Pharaoh Ramses II, left, is moved Friday Aug. 25, 2006, from a congested Cairo, Egypt, downtown square to its new home near the more peaceful Great Pyramids. Contractors moved the more than 3,200-year-old statute from Ramses Square in an effort to save it from exhaust fumes and other environmental hazards that were causing the 83-ton structure to deteriorate. Onlookers crowded along the street around the statue, which was surrounded by a convoy including 1,500 soldiers, during the final leg of its journey. (AP Photo/Hasan Jamali)

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    Thanks He, I was wondering where you were. My damn Internet crashed last night and didn't come back up til 11:...something this morning.


    Great pics

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    Good pictures as always.
    That dog's got some ups.

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    Merci, He. Good pics!

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    Thanks, He.

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    Do you guys know if SEK-M is now officially SEM, or if the AP captionwriter did that in error?

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    Nice, and the blue turbans are a nice touch too.

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    is sergeant Garcia still looking for Zorro?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatguy96 View Post
    Nice, and the blue turbans are a nice touch too.
    Makes for ****ty protection I guess, compared to the standard :P

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    Hai! Happy Friday everyone.






















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    Nice pics he!

    post captions, henry's fork (good pics though)

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    Great Pics thanks

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    Those are some great JSDF pics Henry's Fork, thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D-gin View Post
    Those are some great JSDF pics Henry's Fork, thank you.
    No problem, i only wish i could contribute everyday to the pics thread.
    I have to thank He as well, his posting of the JSDF yesterday made me jump to it and find these.

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    What would we all do without the Today's Pix treads.

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