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Images Dated 30th October 2014

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Young Palm tree, Megiddo Mound & the road eastward Featured 30 Oct 2014 Print

Young Palm tree, Megiddo Mound & the road eastward

The Jezreel valley seen from the Mound of Megiddo, and the road to the east.Tell Megiddo / Mount Megiddo, Heb. Har Megiddo, one of the most important archeological sites in Israel, features 25 layers of civilization dating back to 7 000 BC until circa 300 BC, documenting every period of ancient history in the Land of Israel

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Megiddo, descending into the rock-cut water system Featured 30 Oct 2014 Print

Megiddo, descending into the rock-cut water system

The rock-cut water installation, one of the most impressive finds in Megiddo. The huge rock-cut water system, dug in the Late Israelite / Iron Age period (9th century BC), consists of a shaft 36 m. deep, with stairs leading to a horizontal tunnel 70 m. long and to a spring at the foot of the mound, outside the city walls. Megiddo is cited numerous times in the Bible : Joshua 12:21; 17:11. Judges 1:27; 5:19. 1 Kings 4:12; 9:15. 2 Kings 9:27; 23:29, 30. 1 Chronicles 7:29. 2 Chronicles 35:22. Zechariah 12:11.The tell or mound of Megiddo with its 25 layers of civilization, documents every period of ancient history in the Land of Israel.The Israelite city perished in 732 B.C.E. with the conquest of Assyrian king Tiglath Pileser III.Megiddo, a Unesco World Heritage Site

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RFA Argus in the distance, off the cost of Sierra Leone Featured 30 Oct 2014 Print

RFA Argus in the distance, off the cost of Sierra Leone

Image shows RFA Argus in the distance, off the cost of Sierra Leone.A Landing craft is in the foreground along with a Raiding Craft.
Helicopter support ship RFA Argus is supporting the fight Ebola on OP Gritrock.
LANDING CRAFT VEHICLE & PERSONNEL
LCVP MK5
The LCVP MK5 is 15.5 metres long and 4.3 metres wide and capable of carrying a close combat company of thirty five fully equipped Commandos (or vehicles such as the Viking). The LCVP MK5 can travel up to twenty-five knots and has a range of over two hundred and ten nautical miles.
RAIDING CRAFT
RIGID RAIDER (RRC) AND INFLATABLE RAIDING CRAFT (IRC)
Rigid Raider Craft are small raiding boats of eight metres long, capable of carrying a section of Royal Marines Commandos with full kit. The Mark 3 RRC has a 540bhp inboard diesel engine giving it a speed of more than thirty knots fully laden to a range one hundred and twenty nautical miles.
Inflatable Raiding Craft are small zodiac type craft, five metres long that can carry five fully equipped Royal Marines Commandos. They are capable of a speed of twenty knots for up to two hours
The principal role of RFA Argus is to serve as a Primary Casualty Receiving Ship (PCRS). She has a fully equipped 100-bed medical complex on board, which can be uniquely tailored to deliver cutting-edge treatment afloat.
The unit has a state-of-the-art emergency department, resuscitation and surgical facilities, a radiology suite that includes a CT scanner, a critical care unit, a high dependency unit and a 70-bed general ward.
As RFA Argus is fitted with self-defence guns and decoys and may have operational units embarked, she is not designated as a Hospital Ship as defined by the Geneva Convention and so does not display the International Red Cross symbol