Australian Military Pics (New Pics Added 01DEC05, Page 3) - Page 4




 
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November 9th, 2005  
phoenix80
 
 
very cool photos! Thanks for sharing...
November 10th, 2005  
EagleZtrike
 
 
great aussies
November 10th, 2005  
AussieNick
 

Australian Navy Clearance Diver disposes of WW2 mine in Timor. Our clearence divers do many jobs. From covert beach insertions, explosive demolition and clearance, and underwater repairs.

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ASLAV-PC in Timor. Just waiting for RAEME (Royal Australian Electrical And Mechanical Engineers) to give a hand.


Blackhawk in East Timor


Army and Navy wharf rats


Some of the lads back from Timor march through Sydney


Infantry patrolling Dili


SAS in Somalia. The SAS lads worked in conjunction with Delta, Rangers and the CIA as well as other US forces.


RSM (regimental sergeant major) of the Army


Firing of blanks at RMC Duntroon


A bit of East Timor backyard cricket


Another bogged ASLAV


Refilling petrol (not the safest way I've ever seen - using a ration tin), for long range patrol


Australian Light Horse recreationists


Men in uniform: Popular


Blackhawks refuel at CSSB (Combat service support battalion)


RMC Duntroon staff cadets celebrate being commisioned at Lieutenants


Sea borne resupply played an important role in Timor


Nice view of the Timor countryside


Australian Federation Guards


The federation guard is made up of equal parts army, navy and airforce


Officer of the Federation Guard, Federal Parliament House in the background


Getting a break in Timor. Have a brew, clean weapons and get some vitamin D.


High Fives all round for the Infantry in Timor


Disembarking the Hawks in East Timor
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November 10th, 2005  
Springfield
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by AussieNick

Australian Navy Clearance Diver disposes of WW2 mine in Timor. Our clearence divers do many jobs. From covert beach insertions, explosive demolition and clearance, and underwater repairs.

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ASLAV-PC in Timor. Just waiting for RAEME (Royal Australian Electrical And Mechanical Engineers) to give a hand.


Blackhawk in East Timor


Army and Navy wharf rats


Some of the lads back from Timor march through Sydney


Infantry patrolling Dili


SAS in Somalia. The SAS lads worked in conjunction with Delta, Rangers and the CIA as well as other US forces.


RSM (regimental sergeant major) of the Army


Firing of blanks at RMC Duntroon


A bit of East Timor backyard cricket


Another bogged ASLAV


Refilling petrol (not the safest way I've ever seen - using a ration tin), for long range patrol


Australian Light Horse recreationists


Men in uniform: Popular


Blackhawks refuel at CSSB (Combat service support battalion)


RMC Duntroon staff cadets celebrate being commisioned at Lieutenants


Sea borne resupply played an important role in Timor


Nice view of the Timor countryside


Australian Federation Guards


The federation guard is made up of equal parts army, navy and airforce


Officer of the Federation Guard, Federal Parliament House in the background


Getting a break in Timor. Have a brew, clean weapons and get some vitamin D.


High Fives all round for the Infantry in Timor


Disembarking the Hawks in East Timor
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I can't see any of the picture. They are from photobucket. Oh well......
November 11th, 2005  
Locke
 
 
i can see em just fine

good pics nick
November 11th, 2005  
Bory
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by AussieNick
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ASLAV-PC in Timor. Just waiting for RAEME (Royal Australian Electrical And Mechanical Engineers) to give a hand.
What I want to know is, how did they flip an ASLAV?
November 11th, 2005  
AussieNick
 
You drive it as fast as you can into a ditch. That'll put it A over T.
November 12th, 2005  
AussieNick
 

F/A-18 Hornet aircraft of 77 Squadron RAAF ready for takeoff during the East Coast Air Defence Exercise (ECADEX 05).


Flying Officer Kartik Maharaj of 75 Squadron RAAF straps into his F/A-18 prior to a mission during the East Coast Air Defence Exercise (ECADEX 05).


HMAS Newcastle sails past Bishops Point, Pearl Harbor to take part the Sea Phase of Exercise RIMPAC.


Two Australian soldiers from 2RAR Charlie Company take a prisoner of war during the assault on the beach in Hawaii.


Major Tom Kane guides his troops around the battlefield during the assault on the beach at Exercise RIMPAC.


HMAS Parramatta leaves for Exercise Rimpac.


HMAS Parramatta leaves for Exercise Rimpac.


HMAS Newcastle leaves for Exercise Rimpac.



Port Bridge wing Force Protection Gun Crews closed up at action stations onboard HMAS Kanimbla.


A Leopard Tank from the 1st Armoured Regiment fires in support of infantry during a firepower demonstration at Shoalwater Bay Training Area on Exercise Predator's


Brigadier Ash Power (with raised hand), the Commander of the Darwin-based 1st Brigade, explains the days events to the Defence Minister, Senator Robert Hill at Shoalwater Bay Training Area during Exercise Predator's Gallop


Soldiers of C Company 5/7 RAR assault through medium density scrub during a live-fire assault with Leopard Tanks from the 1st Armoured Regiment during Exercise Predator's Gallop 2003


Corporal Michael Majetic (kneeling) of C Company 5/7 RAR leads his infantry section during a live-fire assault with M113, and Leopard.


Soldiers from C Company 5/7 RAR de-bus from ArmouredPersonnel Carrier


Lance Corporal Ken Gilchrist commands the gun groop during a live-fire assault. No blanks here, only live rounds. Training 1940's style.


A Leopard Tank from 1st Armoured Regiment leads a convoy during the regiment's Paratus Cup troop competition at Shoalwater Bay Training Area during Predator's Gallop 2003.


103 Battery live firing High Explosives at Shoalwater Bay Training Area


ASLAV-PC (Rear) and ASLAV-25 in Al Muthanna province, Iraq.
November 15th, 2005  
Springfield
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by AussieNick

F/A-18 Hornet aircraft of 77 Squadron RAAF ready for takeoff during the East Coast Air Defence Exercise (ECADEX 05).


Flying Officer Kartik Maharaj of 75 Squadron RAAF straps into his F/A-18 prior to a mission during the East Coast Air Defence Exercise (ECADEX 05).


HMAS Newcastle sails past Bishops Point, Pearl Harbor to take part the Sea Phase of Exercise RIMPAC.


Two Australian soldiers from 2RAR Charlie Company take a prisoner of war during the assault on the beach in Hawaii.


Major Tom Kane guides his troops around the battlefield during the assault on the beach at Exercise RIMPAC.


HMAS Parramatta leaves for Exercise Rimpac.


HMAS Parramatta leaves for Exercise Rimpac.


HMAS Newcastle leaves for Exercise Rimpac.



Port Bridge wing Force Protection Gun Crews closed up at action stations onboard HMAS Kanimbla.


A Leopard Tank from the 1st Armoured Regiment fires in support of infantry during a firepower demonstration at Shoalwater Bay Training Area on Exercise Predator's


Brigadier Ash Power (with raised hand), the Commander of the Darwin-based 1st Brigade, explains the days events to the Defence Minister, Senator Robert Hill at Shoalwater Bay Training Area during Exercise Predator's Gallop


Soldiers of C Company 5/7 RAR assault through medium density scrub during a live-fire assault with Leopard Tanks from the 1st Armoured Regiment during Exercise Predator's Gallop 2003


Corporal Michael Majetic (kneeling) of C Company 5/7 RAR leads his infantry section during a live-fire assault with M113, and Leopard.


Soldiers from C Company 5/7 RAR de-bus from ArmouredPersonnel Carrier


Lance Corporal Ken Gilchrist commands the gun groop during a live-fire assault. No blanks here, only live rounds. Training 1940's style.


A Leopard Tank from 1st Armoured Regiment leads a convoy during the regiment's Paratus Cup troop competition at Shoalwater Bay Training Area during Predator's Gallop 2003.


103 Battery live firing High Explosives at Shoalwater Bay Training Area


ASLAV-PC (Rear) and ASLAV-25 in Al Muthanna province, Iraq.
Awesome pictures.
November 16th, 2005  
Fox
 
 
Awesome pics. I have never seen Aussie soldiers in action. Very cool pics there.