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Images Dated 28th January 2006

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An Army Chinook helicopter, based at RAF Odiham, shown in flight during Exercise Herrick Eagle Featured 28 Jan 2006 Image

An Army Chinook helicopter, based at RAF Odiham, shown in flight during Exercise Herrick Eagle

An Army Chinook helicopter, based at RAF Odiham, shown in flight during Exercise Herrick Eagle.
Exercise Herrick Eagle was a 16 Air Assault Brigade exercise, commanded and controlled by Commander 16 Air Assault Brigade. It involved a large number of Army and RAF units. The exercise was designed to integrate ground elements, attack aviation and Support Helicopters. The aim was to practice essential task force skills before possible deployment on Op Herrick, Afghanistan. The exercise took place over the period 23 January to 3 February 2006

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Sebastian Kawa (Poland - ranked world number one), racing in NZ Gliding Grand Prix Featured 28 Jan 2006 Image

Sebastian Kawa (Poland - ranked world number one), racing in NZ Gliding Grand Prix

Sebastian Kawa (Poland - ranked world number one), racing in NZ Gliding Grand Prix, Benmore Range, near Omarama, South Island, New Zealand

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Fossil fly in Amber - Dominican Republlic Featured 28 Jan 2006 Image

Fossil fly in Amber - Dominican Republlic

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Fossil fly in Amber - Dominican Republlic
15-40 million years old
oligocene and miocene - amber is hardened tree resin which preserves organisms trapped inside - Dominican amber comes from extinct species of tropical broadleaf trees of the genus Hymenaea of the legume family
John Cancalosi
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