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Partnered Marksmanship Training In Eastern Afghanistan

Sgt. Andrew Finneran, a 101st Airborne Division infantryman, fires a Sig Sauer pistol during partnered weapons training May 29, 2015 at Tactical Base Gamberi in eastern Afghanistan. (U.S. Army photo by Capt. Charlie Emmons, TAAC-E Public Affairs)

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Nett Warrior Speeds Command & Control Into The Future

After receiving coordinates on the Nett Warrior system, Sgt. Ryan Bomze, Spc. Stephen House and Cpl. William Crichton of 1st Battalion, 35th Infantry Regiment, 1st Armored Division prepare to move out during Network Integration Evaluation 13.1. NIE 13.1 is the latest of a series of evaluations focused on increasing the Army’s overall tactical network capabilities.

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Hawaii's Stryker Brigade Soldiers Conduct Realistic Combined Live Fire Exercise

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Combat Team Alpha On Patro

Photo By: Corporal (CPL) Rachel Ingram
Caption: Mentoring and Reconstruction Task Force 2 (MRTF2) Combat Team Alpha’s Australian light Armoured Vehicle(ASLAV)moves in to escort a patrol outside the village of Sarab, Southern Afghanistan.
Deep Caption:Soldiers from the 1st Battalion Battle Group continue to head into the green zone to help secure Oruzgan Province in the lead up to the election.
On the 16th and 17th of July, 1 Platoon from Combat Team Alpha, conducted vehicle check points and dismounted patrols in the vicinity of Sarab in Oruzgan.
In an area where there was little International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) presence, the purpose of these patrols was to reinforce the confidence of the local populace in Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) and gain an appreciation of the people who live in the area.
Through a number of impromptu “Shuras’ or meetings facilitated by the use of interpreters and personnel especially trained in Pashtu, the main language spoken in southern Afghanistan, the patrol was able to begin to understand the tribal dynamics of the region, the various grievances of the populace and the problems the insurgency causes in the area.
In conjunction with joint patrols by the Afghan National Security Forces and their mentors early in the day, the patrol successfully extended the reach of ISAF in Oruzgan and added to the security of the people of Sarab.
There are around 600 soldiers currently serving in the 1 RAR Battle Group which forms the second rotation of the Mentoring and Reconstruction Task Force (MRTF-2).
A key component of MRTF-2 is the Operational Mentor and Liaison Team (OMLT), whose mission is to assist in the development and training of the 4th Brigade of the Afghan National Army. MRTF-2 and ANSF conduct regular joint operations against the Taliban in the Province.
Apart from security operations and training the ANSF, MRTF-2 also manages construction works in Oruzgan Province.

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The 101st Airborne Divisions, 1-32 Cavalry Quick Reaction Force provides security during a VIP visit to the government center in downtown Balad Ruz.

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Iraqi Freedom IV

Iraqi and U.S. Army soldiers exit a U.S. Army CH-47 Chinook helicopter during Operation Swarmer in Iraq on March 16, 2006. Soldiers from the Iraqi Army’s 1st Brigade, 4th Division and the U.S. Army are taking part in the combined air assault operation to clear the area northeast of Samarra of suspected insurgents. DoD photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Shawn Hussong, U.S. Navy. (Released)

OP Astute

Photo by Corporal Chris Moore
Australian Army Aviation Black Hawk Helicopters fly in formation over Dili and surrounding areas as they return from the enclave of Oecussi, west of Dili, East Timor.
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Timor -Leste Aviation Group (TLAG);
The TLAG is a vital part of the ISF and conducts operations ranging from security over watch, to reconnaissance, to ferrying patrols into remote localities and emergency medical evacuations for people in urgent need of life saving medical attention. The black Hawk and Iroquois helicopters operate around the clock on a needs basis. *** Local Caption *** Deep Caption:
Operation Astute is the Australian Government’s response to a request from the Government of Timor-Leste to assist in restoring peace to their country.
The Australian Defence Force (ADF) has deployed to Timor-Leste with a mission to assist the Government and the United Nations to bring stability, security and confidence to the Timorese to allow them to resolve their differences democratically and peacefully.
There are approximately 1000 ADF personnel currently serving in Timor-Leste. This force will remain in Timor-Leste continuing to provide a robust response capability to support the Government of Timor-Leste and the United Nations Police force.
Police from Australia and 24 other nations throughout the world provide security in Dili. The ADF provides support to these police operations as required.
The New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) is working alongside the ADF to assist with this mission.

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