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Belgian Military Police

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Belgian Military Police


Canadian and Belgian mechanics servicing a vehicle in Kabul

Canadian and Belgian mechanics servicing a vehicle in Kabul


Belgian Army

Belgian Army


Belgian Army

Belgian Army


Belgian Army

Belgian Army


A grim reminder of the decades of constant civil war looms in the background.

A grim reminder of the decades of constant civil war looms in the background.


A Belgian patrol in Kabul

A Belgian patrol in Kabul


A Belgian soldier from an information operations group unit of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) distributes an ISAF-made newspaper to residents as a German Bundeswehr army soldier keeps watch during a joint mission in a village north of Kunduz, September 29, 2008.

A Belgian soldier from an information operations group unit of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) distributes an ISAF-made newspaper to residents as a German Bundeswehr army soldier keeps watch during a joint mission in a village north of Kunduz, September 29, 2008.






The vehicle in the background is an ATF Dingo 2 armored vehicle with a remote-controlled machinegun on top. The Belgian military adopted the Dingo and numerous other wheeled vehicles as a replacement for tracked armored vehicles, with the Mowag Piranha III AFV replacing the Leopard 1A5 MBT and the AIFV-B AIFV.

The vehicle in the background is an ATF Dingo 2 armored vehicle with a remote-controlled machinegun on top. The Belgian military adopted the Dingo and numerous other wheeled vehicles as a replacement for tracked armored vehicles, with the Mowag Piranha III AFV replacing the Leopard 1A5 MBT and the AIFV-B AIFV.



Belgian troops in Afghanistan

Belgian troops in Afghanistan