Kokoda, New Guinea. November 1942. Australian soldiers in a temporary camp in the Kokoda area.
Soldiers from 33 Canadian Brigade Group disembark a Griffon helicopter from 427 Squadron during Exercise NORTHERN ALLIANCE in Burwash, Ontario, November 23-25, 2012.
Approximately 150 soldiers from across the Algonquin Regiment (Alg R), 2nd Battalion, Irish Regiment of Canada (2IR RC), and the Royal Hamilton Light Infantry (RHLI) conducted joint operations while members of 3rd Battalion, Royal Canadian Regiment (3RCR) acted as opposing forces. The units involved in this exercise were spread across 31 and 33 Canadian Brigade Group as well as 2 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group.
Photo by Pte Ariane Montambeault, Canadian Forces Joint Imagery Centre
CF Image Number: RE2012-0090-027
© 2012, DND-MDN, Canada
Soldats du 33e Groupe-brigade du Canada débarque d’un hélicoptère Griffon du 427e Escadron pendant l’exercice Northern Alliance à Burwash, en Ontario, du 23 au 25 novembre 2012.
Quelque 150 soldats provenant du Algonquin Regiment (ALQ R), du 2e Bataillon, The Irish Regiment of Canada (2IR RC) et du Royal Hamilton Light Infantry (RLHI) ont mené des opérations conjointes, pendant quedes membres du 3e Bataillon, The Royal Canadian Regiment (3 RCR) jouaient le rôle des forces d’opposition. Les unités qui ont pris part à cet exercice provenaient du 31e Groupe brigade du Canada, du 33e Groupe brigade du Canada et du 2e Groupe brigade mécanisé du Canada.
Photo : le soldat Ariane Montambeault, Le centre d’imageries interarmées des Forces canadiennes
Numéro d’image des FC : RE2012-0090-027
© 2012, DND-MDN, Canada
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November 2, 2012
HMCS Regina deployed on Operation ARTEMIS in the Arabian Sea on November 2, 2012.
I still think the Type 45 looks like a giant floating clown hat.
The proper posture for exit from a Ju 52 is demonstrated in a propaganda photo. Modeling for the camera is Max Schmeling, the former heavyweight champion, and a Fallschirmjäger volunteer.
Australian machine gunners stand by ready to give supporting fire to men of C Company, 3rd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment, as they attack Chinese positions in the Korean hills.
A patrol of 3rd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment.
A South Korean soldier watches for enemy activity at a bridge over the River Han blown up by men of the 1st Battalion, The Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders and the 1st Battalion, Middlesex Regiment after United Nations Forces had retreated south.
Corporal Atlee E Lemasters, a member of Co A, 71st Signal Service Battalion, GHQ, FEC, assigned to GHQ, Photographic Division, takes a break from photographing the activities of US troops near Pyongyang, Korea, to examine a Russian made M-1944 (KS-18)…
Private Morris J Piche is helped to an aid station behind the front lines in the Kapyong Valley by Lance Corporal W J Chrysler, both of the Canadian Battalion.
A wounded US infantryman is helped away from the front line by two comrades.
Crude wooden crosses on a Korean hillside mark the graves of two men of the 1st Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action against Chinese forces, 1951.