Georgian Mortar

Georgian Land Forces in Dynamic Front 19 Georgian Soldiers fire mortars during exercise Dynamic Front 19 at Grafenwoehr Training Area, March 7, 2019. Exercise Dynamic Front 19 includes approximately 3,200 service members from 27 nations who are observing or participating from Grafenwoehr Training Area, Germany; Riga, Latvia; and Torun, Poland; during March 2-9, 2019. Dynamic […] To see the original post visit Combat.Camera – The Magazine of Military Photography…

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.50 Caliber Marine

USMC on Ex Northern Wind, Sweden A U.S. Marine with Marine Rotational Force-Europe 19.1, Marine Forces Europe and Africa, stands security in a Bandvagn 206 all-terrain carrier’s .50-caliber mounted weapon during Exercise Northern Wind 19 in northern Sweden, March 21, 2019. The exercise increases interoperability between the U.S. Marines with NATO allies and partners; reinforcing […] To see the original post visit Combat.Camera – The Magazine of Military Photography…

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D-Day+1: Aftermath

US Soldiers do Laundry in German Bunker Entitled “Allied Soldiers Do Laundry in Captured German Pillbox”, this photograph shows US Army soldiers (unit unidentified) in a captured German gun emplacement on the Atlantic Wall, with one of them hanging up his washing to dry. With nearly 5,000 landing and assault craft, 289 escort vessels, and […] To see the original post visit Combat.Camera – The Magazine of Military Photography…

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D-Day: Gold Beach

50th Northumberland Take King and Jig Gold (generally referred to as Gold Beach) was the codename for one of the five areas of the Allied invasion of Nazi-occupied France in the Normandy Landings, 6 June 1944. At the centre of the five beaches, Gold was located between Port-en-Bessin on the west and La Rivière on […] To see the original post visit Combat.Camera – The Magazine of Military Photography…

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D-Day: Juno Beach

3rd Canadian Infantry Division Land in Normandy Canadian infantrymen on Juno Beach, France, 6 June 1944. The beach spanned from Courseulles, a village just east of the British beach Gold, to Saint-Aubin-sur-Mer, and just west of the British beach Sword. Taking Juno was the responsibility of the Canadian Army, with sea transport, mine sweeping, and […] To see the original post visit Combat.Camera – The Magazine of Military Photography…

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D-Day: Sword Beach

Special Service Brigade Takes Queen Red OPERATION OVERLORD (THE NORMANDY LANDINGS): D-DAY 6 JUNE 1944. The British 2nd Army: Commandos of 1st Special Service Brigade landing from an LCI(S) (Landing Craft Infantry Small) on ‘Queen Red’ Beach, SWORD Area, at la Breche, at approximately 8.40 am, 6 June. The brigade commander, Brigadier the Lord Lovat […] To see the original post visit Combat.Camera – The Magazine of Military Photography…

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