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Images Dated 27th November 2011

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A pod from the London Eye is seen in front of Big Ben at the Houses of Parliament Featured 27 Nov 2011 Image

A pod from the London Eye is seen in front of Big Ben at the Houses of Parliament

A pod from the London Eye is seen in front of Big Ben at the Houses of Parliament in London November 27, 2011. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: TRAVEL CITYSPACE) - GM1E7BS0BWW01

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Two Royal Air Force Puma Helicopters During Ex Askari Thunder Over Kenya Featured 27 Nov 2011 Image

Two Royal Air Force Puma Helicopters During Ex Askari Thunder Over Kenya

Two RAF Puma HC1 helicopters flying low and fast during Exercise Askari Thunder in Kenya.
Since the Royal Air Force Puma Force completed its role on operations in Iraq in the Summer of 2009, it has been providing dedicated aviation support to British Army training on Exercise ASKARI THUNDER in northern Kenya. Exercise ASKARI THUNDER is a major stepping stone for the Army's pre-deployment training for Afghanistan. Aviation support to this exercise is provided by the Joint Helicopter Force (Kenya) (JHF(K)), which comprises a joint command structure, primarily operating RAF Puma helicopters.
The home base for JHF(K) is elevated some 6200ft above mean sea level at the Kenyan Air Force's Laikipia Air Base. With a generally hot and dry climate that includes two rainy seasons, conditions are testing. The Exercise area covers a range of environments from the dense Jungle of Kathendini to the relatively high mountains which surround the extensive plains of the Great Rift Valley. Conditions in the areas of the plains and mountains are very similar to those found in Afghanistan.
The extensive Kenyan-managed live-firing range at Archers Post provides a realistic backdrop for integrated tactical and live-fire preparatory training; a five-hour drive from the basic medical facilities at NSG (Nanyuki Show Ground) and a further four hours from Nairobi. Soldiers deploy for a minimum of two weeks to Archers Post and throughout this time it is inevitable that there will be a requirement for medical treatment due to the nature of the environment in which they are training. The availability of JHF(K) support is therefore critical to enabling the arduous live-fire training to take place with the comfort of a rapid casualty transfer from the point of wounding to the most suitable medical facility.
The Puma HC1 first entered service in 1971, and the RAF currently has a fleet of 34 aircraft available to the front-line Support Helicopter Force. The aircraft are operated by No

Branderburg Gate Featured 27 Nov 2011 Image

Branderburg Gate

The Brandenburg Gate (German: Brandenburger Tor) is an 18th-century neoclassical monument in Berlin, and one of the best-known landmarks of Germany

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