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    • [h=2]Exercise Maritime Raider 2012[/h]
      Canadian Army personnel conducted Exercise MARITIME RAIDER (Ex MR 12) at the Virginia National Guard Maneuver Training Center, Fort Pickett, Virginia, from March 1 to 11, 2012.

      Approximately 500 soldiers from 37 Canadian Brigade Group (37 CBG) comprised of Canadian Army Reserve units in New Brunswick and Newfoundland and Labrador, participated in Ex MR 12. The exercise provides Canadian participants the opportunity to train side by side in a multi-national task force environment. Units from the U.S. Army, Navy, Army National Guard and Air Force will participate in the training providing the Canadians the opportunity to operate and train with their U.S. counterparts in an effort to develop their interoperability skills and build strong ties.

      Ex MR 12 provided the participants with the opportunity to apply lessons learned during previous training to further develop their abilities to respond to situations as they happen and prepare them for future deployment at home and abroad.


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      Captain Steve Larson (R), a Civil Military Cooperation Liaison Officer talks to a Private from 1st Battalion Royal Newfoundland Regiment who plays the role of a local Afghan farmer. He is also questioned by Staff Sergeant Jason Pack from 450th Civil Affairs Battalion in Maryland Va., at the Military Operations and Urban Training site at Fort Pickett, Virginia, USA.


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      Canadian Army personnel conducted Exercise Maritime Raider (Ex MR 12) at the Virginia National Guard Maneuver Training Center, Fort Pickett, Virginia, from March 1 to 11, 2012.


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      Corporal Ken Chi, a member from 1st Battalion Royal Newfoundland Regiment watches for an enemy at a perimeter point in the Military Operations Urban Training site at Fort Pickett, Virginia, USA.


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      Corporal Daniel Goudreau and Corporal Michael Byrne of 35 Field Ambulance in Sydney Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, work on simulated patient Sergeant Dave Elson in the Military Operations Urban Training site at Fort Pickett, Virginia, USA.


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      Specialist Deion Luster of 450th Civil Affairs Battalion in Maryland Va., watches for an enemy while on a short patrol in the Military Operations Urban Training site at Fort Pickett, Virginia, USA. The American and Canadian counterparts were on a patrol to talk to local villagers.
      Canadian Army personnel conducted Exercise Maritime Raider (Ex MR 12) at the Virginia National Guard Maneuver Training Center, Fort Pickett, Virginia, from March 1 to 11, 2012.


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      Corporal Jesse Noseworth, a member from 1st Battalion Royal Newfoundland Regiment, mans a C9 rifle as he watches for an enemy at a perimeter point in the Military Operations Urban Training site at Fort Pickett, Virginia, USA.


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      Two members from 37 Construction Engineer Regiment, Corporal Robert Ring and Cpl Kyle Green, from St. John's Newfoundland carry two rolls of concertina wire to form a defensive line in the Urban Operations training range at Fort Pickett, Virginia, USA.


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      A member from 37 Construction Engineer Regiment, Corporal Robert Ring, from St. John's Newfoundland, lays out a roll of barbed wire to form a defensive position in the Urban Operations training range at Fort Pickett, Virginia, USA.


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      Soldiers from the Royal Newfoundland Regiment and American 450th Civil Affairs Battalion, Maryland Va., form a defensive position on a perimeter line in the Military Operations Urban Training Site at Fort Pickett, Virginia, USA.


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      Corporal Matt Pike is the first in line as members from 1st and 2nd Battalion Royal Newfoundland Regiment line a perimeter before entering the Military Operations Urban Training site at Fort Pickett, Virginia, USA.


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      Members from 2nd Battalion Royal Newfoundland Regiment disembark from a MH60S Sea Hawk helicopter from HSC-22 Sea Knights in Norfolk Virginia. The helicopter is used to transport them to the Military Operations Urban Training site at Fort Pickett, Virginia, USA.


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      Members from 1st Battalion Royal New Brunswick Regiment board a waiting MH60S Sea Hawk helicopter from HSC-22 SeaKnights in Norfolk Virginia, the helicopter is to transport them to the range area at Fort Pickett, Virginia, USA.


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      Member from 1st Battalion Royal New Brunswick Regiment march along a road on their way to meet a helicopter to transport them to the range area at Fort Pickett, Virginia, USA.


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      2 Royal New Brunswick Regiment soldiers fire a Carl Gustav 84 mm during Exercise MARITIME RAIDER 12





     
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    [h=2]Ex TARGHEE SUMMIT - Mountain Ops Training[/h]
    Reservists from The Princess Louise Fusiliers and soldiers from The New Hampshire Army National Guard climbed to new heights while revisiting the once notorious Devil’s Brigade training grounds for mountain operations training on Exercise TARGHEE SUMMIT.

    Over 100 Canadian and US personnel from The Princess Louise Fusiliers, New Hampshire Army National Guard, Land Force Atlantic Area HQ, 36 Canadian Brigade Group HQ, The West Nova Scotia Regiment, The 1st Battalion, The Nova Scotia Highlanders, 33 Field Ambulance (Halifax), Canadian Forces Health Services (Atlantic), 37 Signals Regiment Detachment (Saint John) took part on the exercise held from 26 Apr – 7 May, 2012. The exercise also helped foster camaraderie, boost moral and bridged the gap between Canadian and US soldiers. (Released 25[SUP]th[/SUP] May 2012)



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    A gun team from The Princess Louise Fusiliers mark and record targets while riflemen hone their marksmanship during high and low angle firing. This training is part of their acclimatization and preparation for high altitude mountain operations training near Fort William H. Harrison, Montana


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    Soldiers from The Princess Louise Fusiliers hone their marksmanship principles during Personal Weapons Training Level III, as part of their acclimatizationand preparation for high altitude mountain operations training at Fort William, Montana.


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    A C6 gun team from The Princess Louise Fusiliers locate high and low angle targets prior to firing. This training is part of their acclimatization and preparation for high altitude mountain operations training near Fort William H. Harrison, Montana.


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    Soldiers from The Princess Louise Fusiliers and The New Hampshire Army National Guard conduct mountain operation training at Avalanche Gulch during Exercise TARGHEE SUMMIT, Montana.


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    Advanced Mountain Operator, Lieutenent Steven Swinamer from The Princess Louise Fusiliers scans his arcs of fire, while conducting mountain operation training at Avalanche Gulch during Exercise TARGHEE SUMMIT, Montana.

    Reservists from The Princess Louise Fusiliers and soldiers from The New Hampshire Army National Guard climbed to new heights while revisiting the once notorious Devil’s Brigade training grounds for mountain operations training on Exercise TARGHEE SUMMIT.


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    Lieutenant Steven Swinamer from The Princess Louise Fusiliers conducts high elevation mountain operations with a full battle load at Avalanche Gulch during Exercise TARGHEE SUMMIT, Montana.

    Reservists from The Princess Louise Fusiliers and soldiers from The New Hampshire Army National Guard climbed to new heights while revisiting the once notorious Devil’s Brigade training grounds for mountain operations training on Exercise TARGHEE SUMMIT.


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    Soldiers from The Princess Louise Fusiliers and The New Hampshire Army National Guard conduct mountain operation training during Exercise TARGHEE SUMMIT in Avalanche Gulch, Montana.


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    Private Alec Ward from The Princess Louise Fusiliers scans for possible enemy targets while conducting high elavation mountain operations on Exercise TARGHEE SUMMIT in Avalanche Gulch, Montana.


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    Private Patrick Williams from The Princess Louise Fusiliers observes for possible enemy targets while conducting high elevation mountain operations during Exercise TARGHEE SUMMIT in Avalanche Gulch, Montana.


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    Sergeant Carryl Davis points to a good Observation Post (OP) to Lieutenant Kevin Stone while conducting high altitude mountain operations on Exercise TARGHEE SUMMIT in Avalanche Gulch, Montana.


     
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    I took these photos of our pride, the highly advanced HMCS Vancouver FFH331, a Halifax class anti submarine frigate armed with 8 Harpoon anti ship missiles, 16 Evolved Sea Sparrow surface to air missiles, 24 Mk. 46 Mod. 5 torpedoes, a fully automatic 57 mm Bofors naval cannon, and a 20 mm Vulcan Phalanx close in weapon system.

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    I took these photos of our pride, the highly advanced HMCS Vancouver FFH331, a Halifax class anti submarine frigate armed with 8 Harpoon anti ship missiles, 16 Evolved Sea Sparrow surface to air missiles, 24 Mk. 46 Mod. 5 torpedoes, a fully automatic 57 mm Bofors naval cannon, and a 20 mm Vulcan Phalanx close in weapon system.

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    Excellent photos sinosoldier..

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