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Greece Back Menu
National day military parade this 25 March 2005 , photographs report of Army Recognition team.

For the first time, the team of the military magazine " Army Recognition " was to Athens to make a photographs report during the military parade for the national day, this 25 march 2005. We were impressed by the number of heavy, light armoured vehicles and personnel of the various forces of the Greek army which ravelled to celebrate this event. We have the lucky chance to see all the armoured vehicles of Hellenic Army and of course take a lot of high quality pictures for you. Visit this page, Hellenic National Day Pictures gallery.
We make a great thanks to the Greek Ministry of defense and more particularly to the Major Konstantinos Gakis and his assistant for his reception and his assistance to help us during our photographs report. .
Thank you also to Fyll our local contact.
29 March 2005

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Belgium Back Menu
Large exercise in civil area for units of the Belgian army under the direction of the Regiment of the " Ardennes Hunters".

During the month of March the Belgian army organized a military exercise in civil area under the direction and with a part of the units of the Regiment of the "Ardennes Hunters". The team of Army Recognition military magazine have see the efficacity of this infantry unit under difficult climatic conditions, snow, cold and high wind. As usual we return with a bag full with photographs, you can consult the photographs report on the following page Pictures gallery Ben-Hur 2005.
29 March 2005

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Bulgaria Back Menu
U.S. ally Bulgaria will probably withdraw its light-infantry battalion from Iraq in December

Bulgarian army soldiers walk atop a military armoured vehicle at their camp in Diwaniya, southern Iraq March 23, 2005. U.S. ally Bulgaria will probably withdraw its light-infantry battalion from Iraq in December, Defence Minister Nikolai Svinarov said on Tuesday. With the approach of the June elections, Ex-king Simeon Saxe-Coburg's government is under rising pressure to bring Bulgaria's 450 soldiers home from the deeply unpopular mission.
23 March 2005

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Pakistan Back Menu
National Day parade at which Pakistan's armed forces showed off nuclear-capable missiles and army forces.

Pakistan-made Al-Khalid tanks roll out during the National Day parade in Islamabad March 23, 2005. Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf welcomed on Wednesday steps to improve ties with rival India, including a bus service across divided Kashmir , but said a real solution to their dispute had to be found. Speaking at a National Day parade at which Pakistan's armed forces showed off nuclear-capable missiles, as well as jets and tanks, Musharraf said Pakistan wanted peace but would continue to support the people of Kashmir in their struggle
23 March 2005

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South-Korea Back Menu
Thousands of American and South Korean troops kicked off a joint military exercise last week in the southeast of Seoul.

South Korean Marines come out from their armored vehicle operation during a joint U.S.-South Korea military exercise called 'Foal Eagle' at Pohang beach, 400 kilometers (about 250 miles) southeast of Seoul, Monday, March 21, 2005. Thousands of American and South Korean troops kicked off a joint military exercise last week after North Korea denounced the maneuvers as a rehearsal for a U.S.-led preemptive attack on the isolated communist state.
21 March 2005

South Korean soldier picture South Korean LVTP light amphibious armoured vehicle picture South Korean K1 main battle tank picture
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Pakistan Back Menu
Pakistan prepare the celebration with military parade of the anniversary of the adoption of a 1940 resolution.

Pakistan-made Al-Zarar tanks roll out during a full dress rehearsal for Pakistan Day parade in Islamabad March 20, 2005. Pakistan will celebrate its Pakistan day on Wednesday. Each year Pakistan celebrates on March 23, the anniversary of the adoption of a 1940 resolution demanding a separate homeland for the Muslim in then British-ruled India. The resolution is seen as the first step towards the creation of an independent Pakistan in 1947.
20 March 2005

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Al-Khalid main battle tank picture
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Italy Back Menu
Italy's Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, who says Italy's troops will start leaving Iraq in September

An Iraqi man walks past Italian army soldiers atop an armored vehicle during a dust storm in the southern city of Nasiriya, March 16, 2005. Italy's Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, who says Italy's troops will start leaving Iraq in September, stressed on Wednesday a pullout would be gradual, agreed with allies and designed not to jeopardize Iraq's stability.
16 March 2005

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Turkey Back Menu
More than 40 Turkish tanks and 1400 troops routinely occupy strategic spots near the border and inside of Iraq.

A Turkish Army tank stands ready near the village of Bamarni, 30km deep inside northern Iraq , Sunday, March 13, 2005. More than 40 Turkish tanks and 1400 troops routinely occupy different strategic spots that form a line 30km deep and about 120km wide inside Iraqi territory.
13 March 2005

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US Army Back Menu
U.S. Navy personnel check armored combat vehicles unloaded from the U.S. Navy transport ship Watson for military exercises to South-Korea.

U.S. Navy personnel check armored combat vehicles unloaded from the U.S. Navy transport ship Watson for military exercises, at Gwangyang, a port on South Korea 's south coast, Saturday, March 12, 2005. The U.S. and South Korea will conduct joint military exercises amid a standoff over North Korea 's nuclear weapons programs.
12 March 2005

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Vietnam Back Menu
Vietnamese soldiers participate in a parade during an anniversary celebration in Vietnam's to city of Buon Ma Thuot.

Vietnamese soldiers participate in a parade during an anniversary celebration in Vietnam's central highland city of Buon Ma Thuot March 10, 2005. Buon Ma Thuot celebrates the 30th anniversary of its victory over U.S. backed South Vietnam on Thursday.
10 March 2005

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Syria Back Menu
Syrian military vehicles tow artillery, as they are redeployment, enroute to the Bekaa Valley.

Syrian military vehicles tow artillery, as they are redeployment, enroute to the Bekaa Valley, in the central mountains at Beirut-Damascus highway near the village of Sawfar, east of Beirut, Lebanon, Wednesday, March 9, 2005. Late Wednesday, a long convoy of the Syrian military traveled through the mountain road east of Beirut on its way to the Bekaa Valley after vacating positions near the mountain resort of Aley. The convoy included some 60 army trucks loaded with supplies, seven of which were towing howitzer guns and two were towing big caliber mortars. Ten buses carried soldiers.
09 March 2005

Syrian T-55 ARV armoured recovery vehicle Syrian T-55 ARV armoured recovery vehicle Syrian artillery gun picture
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Nepal Back Menu
The Army Day Parade to Kathmandu.

Parading for the King : Nepalese female soldiers march past as they parade in front of unseen King Gyanendra at an Army Day Parade in Kathmandu.
08 March 2005

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Syria Back Menu
President Bashar Assad announced Saturday that Syria will move its troops in Lebanon to the country's eastern region

Syrian soldiers do maintenance work on an armored vehicle at a Syrian Army base near the village of Aley, in the central mountains east of Beirut, Lebanon, Sunday, March 6, 2005. President Bashar Assad announced Saturday that Syria will move its troops in Lebanon to the country's eastern region, to be followed by a withdrawal to the Syrian-Lebanese border, saying the move should satisfy international demands for a complete pullout.
08 March 2005

Syrian BTR-60 armoured personal carrier picture Syrian BTR-60 armoured personal carrier picture Syrian Military truck picture
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Lebanese Back Menu
Lebanese special forces soldiers patrol in the Martyrs Square during the protestation against Syria.

Lebanese special forces soldiers ride their wheeled armored vehicle VAB during a patrol in the Martyrs Square where the opposition protesters hold their daily demonstration against Syria in central Beirut, Lebanon, Sunday March 6, 2005. Syrian troops will begin withdrawing from Lebanon following a meeting of the two countries' leadership on Monday, the Lebanese defense minister said Sunday.
06 March 2005

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Pakistan Back Menu
Pakistani para-military soldiers guard a street in Miranshah after soldiers kill al Qaeda suspects.

Pakistani para-military soldiers guard a street in Miranshah, with wheeled armoured vehicle UR-416 the main town of semi-autonomous North Waziristan tribal region, near the Afghan border March 5, 2005. Pakistani soldiers killed two foreign al Qaeda suspects and arrested 11 people on Saturday in a remote northern village bordering Afghanistan , senior officials said.
05 March 2005

Pakistani UR-416 wheeled armoured vehicle picture
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Lebanese Back Menu
Lebanese army troops on Saturday took up positions near the headquarters of Syrian intelligence to provide security.

Lebanese Special Forces on their wheeled armored personal carrier VAB , guard the checkpoint of the Syrian intelligence headquarters, in Beirut, Lebanon, Saturday, March 5, 2005. Lebanese army troops on Saturday took up positions near the headquarters of Syrian intelligence to provide security, officers said. The deployment near the symbol of Syrian power in the Lebanese capital came hours before Syrian President Bashar Assad was expected to announce a pullback of Syrian forces in the country. The headquarter is in the building seen at center.
05 March 2005

Lebanese VAB wheeled armoured personal carrier picture Lebanese VAB wheeled armoured personal carrier picture Lebanese VAB wheeled armoured personal carrier picture
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Syria Back Menu
George W. Bush increased pressure on Syria Wednesday, demanding it withdraw its troops from Lebanon.

Syrian soldiers work on military vehicles at a base in the central mountains near the village of Hammana, east of Beirut, Lebanon Thursday, March 3, 2005. U.S. President George W. Bush increased pressure on Syria Wednesday, demanding it withdraw its troops from Lebanon.
03 March 2005

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Japan Back Menu
Japanese military personnel conduct a joint training session between Japanese and U.S. Forces to Japan.

Japanese military personnel conduct a joint training session between Japanese and U.S. Forces in Eniwa on the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido, March 3, 2005.
03 March 2005

Japanese Type-89 infantry armoured fighting vehicle picture
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