South Korea plans to buy second-hand Patriot missiles .
Korea plans to buy second-hand Patriot missiles,
such as these, from Germany and some equipment
from the United States to beef up its air defence
capability, military authorities said 29 September 2006
The Ghanian soldier is part of the U.N. Interim Force in Lebanon.
Ghanian peacekeeper in armoured personnel carrier
patrols a street at the entrance of Marwahine
village, south Lebanon September 29, 2006. The
Ghanian soldier is part of the U.N. Interim Force
in Lebanon (UNIFIL). 29 September 2006
Military exercise for the Afghan military forces near Kabul.
military forces fire artillery during a military
exercise in Kabul, Afghanistan, Thursday, Sept.
28, 2006. U.S. troops train soldiers from the
Afghan National Army as part of strategy to increase
the capabilities of the country's military forces
that would one day take control from Western troops.
28 September 2006
French U.N. peacekeepers with their Leclerc tank blocked an
Israeli tracked armoured vehicle and jeeps.
Israeli soldier gestures after French U.N. peacekeepers
with their Leclerc tank blocked an Israeli tracked
armoured vehicle and jeeps from penetrating deeper
into Lebanese territory near the southern village
of Marwaheen, Lebanon, Thursday Sept. 28, 2006.
Although Israel has agreed to a cease-fire with
Hezbollah and withdraw its troops from Lebanese
soil it has not fully completed the withdrawal
yet, U.N. peacekeepers have been deployed in the
area to create a bufferzone aimed at cementing
the cease-fire between Israel and Hezbollah. Lebanon
has disputed the installation for two days of
Israeli flying stoppings on a road of the south
where four French Leclerc tanks of UNO and two
tanks Merkava Israelis faced Thursday during twenty
minutes, first known incident of the kind since
the deployment of UNIFIL reinforced. 28 September 2006
A Canadian Nyala RG-31 wheeled armored vehicle that was hit
by a suicide bomber .
Nyala RG-31 armored vehicle that was hit by a
suicide bomber limps back to the Provincial Reconstruction
Team base in Kandahar, Afghanistan on Wednesday,
Sept. 27, 2006. Police say no Canadian troops
were hurt in today's blast which took place two
kilometers from the regional international reconstruction
headquarters, however one Afghan civilian was
injured. 27 September 2006
in an armoured vehicle Armadillo patrol the entrance
to the Pavon prison in Guatemala City September
25, 2006. Guatemalan security forces firing automatic
weapons killed seven inmates on Monday when they
took control of a notorious jail effectively run
by prisoners for 10 years, police said. 25 September 2006
Military parade and open days to commemorate the 1980-88 Iran-
make parade and army open days to commemorate
the 1980-88 Iran- Iraq war during 'sacred defence
week' in southern Tehran September 23, 2006. The
poster in the background is of Iran's Supreme
Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. 23 September 2006
Czech police deployed after possible terrorist attack.
pass by a Czech police armoured vehicle at Ruzyne
Airport in Prague September 23, 2006. Czech police
deployed armed guards in Prague's historic centre
on Saturday after security services issued its
most serious warning of a terrorist attack. 23 September 2006
Sri Lankan soldiers against the the Tamil Tiger rebels.
Lankan soldiers rest on their armoured personnel
carrier in northern Jaffna September 19, 2006.
The Tamil Tiger rebels shelled recently lost positions
on the Jaffna peninsula on Tuesday as accusations
flew over responsibility for the weekend massacre
of 10 Muslim civilians further south. 19 September 2006
Spanish marines, like French and Italian troops who arrived
recently, to join the UNIFIL.
Spanish U.N. peacekeeper stands atop an armored
personnel carrier as U.N. flags are seen in the
Spanish troops' new base in the southern village
of Taibeh, Lebanon, Sunday, Sept. 17, 2006. Spanish
marines, like French and Italian troops who arrived
recently, joined Friday the UNIFIL peacekeeping
force in Lebanon as it expands from 2,000 soldiers
to 15,000 under a new Security Council resolution.
17 September 2006
Philippines' soldiers search or communist new people's army
guerrillas in San Jose.
in an armored troop transporter search for communist
new people's army guerrillas in San Jose. The
Philippines' armed forces chief has told a commission
of inquiry that communist guerrillas had murdered
more than 1,200 people over the past five years,
most of them civilians. 17 September 2006
African Union armored personnel carrier patrols the Sudanese
village of Gos Beina, in the Darfur.
African Union armored personnel carrier patrols
the Sudanese village of Gos Beina, south of the
town of al-Fasher in Darfur. Sudan Vice President
Salva Kiir said a UN peacekeeping force is vital
for the protection of civilians in Darfur, putting
himself at odds with the country's veteran president. 16 September 2006
Lebanese soldiers are deployed in the port of the southern
border town of Naqura.
soldiers to a top of M113 armored personnel carriers
travel in convoy on their way to be deployed in
the port of the southern border town of Naqura,
Lebanon, near the headquarters of United Nations
Interim Force In Lebanon, or UNIFIL, Saturday,
Sept. 16, 2006. Lebanese troops took control of
a large border zone in the war-ravaged area for
the first time in three decades. 16 September 2006
Indonesian soldiers will take part to the UN Mission to Lebanon.
soldiers who will participate in an expanded UN
peacekeeping force in Lebanon stand on their armoured
vehicles during a ceremony in Bogor. UN chief
Kofi Annan , in a report on Lebanon, underscored
the need to disarm the Iranian-backed Shiite Hezbollah
militia and to reach a just and comprehensive
peace in the broader Middle East. 16 September 2006
Indian soldiers make a joint anti-insurgency exercise with
members of the U.S. 25th Infantry Division.
indian soldier, from the Gorkha Rifles battalion,
aims his rifle during 'Operation Yudh Abhyas'
(preparation for war), a joint anti-insurgency
exercise with members of the U.S. 25th Infantry
Division at the Schofield Army Base in Wahiwa,
Hawaii, Friday, Sept. 15, 2006. The 18-day exercise
will test their inter-operability with U.S. forces
in face-to-face and side-by-side anti-insugency
operations in urban and non-urban areas. 15 September 2006
Tactical exercise with missile SA-2 at Shabla military base.
artillery unit launches a SA-2 'Guideline' surface-to-air
guided missile during a tactical military exercise
of the Bulgarian army at Shabla military base,
about 500 km (310 miles) northeast of the Bulgarian
capital Sofia, September 14, 2006. 14 September 2006
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