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Friday Foto

Greek paratroopers prepare for a water landing after jumping out the back of a U.S. Air Force C-130J Super Hercules during “Stolen Cerberus”, a two-week flying, training deployment designed to incorporate various training methods in order to maintain proficiency during … Continue reading

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US Marines new Amphibious Combat Vehicle

From Breaking Defense, April 2, 2014 – written by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. – additional imagery inserted by Strike-Hold!   The Marines are about to move out sharply with their once-stalled Amphibious Combat Vehicle, the smallest service’s biggest program. After … Continue reading

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In The Fight: Duchy of Grand Fenwick “Special Operations Brigade” vs. People’s Republic of Katatonia “Katatonic Operations Division”

In a forgotten back corner of the continent, two little-known European countries are still locked in their very own, and very real, miniature “Cold War”.  The animosity between these two states stretches back so far into their histories that most citizens simply … Continue reading

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Friday Foto

Parachutists from A Company of the 3rd Battalion, Royal 22nd Regiment land in St-Patrice de Beaurivage, QC, on January 29th as part of Exercise RAFALE BLANCHE. Photo by Sgt Sébastien Fréchette.

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Exercise CHEVALIER TRICOLORE: Canadian Soldiers in the French Alps

A new association between the 4e Régiment de Chasseurs (4ème RCh) of the French Army and D Squadron of the 12e Régiment Blindé du Canada (12 RBC) took shape during an exchange of units named Exercise CHEVALIER TRICOLORE from March … Continue reading

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