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australian defence force troops conduct rapid defense drills during talisman sabre 2011

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Members of Australian Defence Force 16th Air Defence

Members of Australian Defence Force 16th Air Defence

Members of Australian Defence Force 16th Air Defence Regiment, based in Woodside, South Australia, stand next to an RBS-70 Ground Based Air Defence System during Talisman Sabre 2011. TS11 is an exercise designe... More

Members of Australian Defence Force, 16th Air Defence

Members of Australian Defence Force, 16th Air Defence

Members of Australian Defence Force, 16th Air Defence Regiment, based in Woodside, South Australia, practice rapid deployment drills with a RBS-70 Ground Based Air Defence System during Talisman Sabre 2011. TS1... More

Members of Australian Defence Force, 16th Air Defence

Members of Australian Defence Force, 16th Air Defence

Members of Australian Defence Force, 16th Air Defence Regiment, based in Woodside, South Australia, rehearse rapid deployment drills with a RBS-70 Ground Based Air Defence System during Talisman Sabre 2011. TS1... More

Members of Australian Defence Force, 16th Air Defence

Members of Australian Defence Force, 16th Air Defence

Members of Australian Defence Force, 16th Air Defence Regiment, based in Woodside, South Australia, rehearse rapid deployment drills of a RBS-70 Ground Based Air Defence System during Talisman Sabre 2011. TS11 ... More

Australian Defence Force Gunner Luke Pozzoli aims a

Australian Defence Force Gunner Luke Pozzoli aims a

Australian Defence Force Gunner Luke Pozzoli aims a RBS-70 Ground Based Air Defence System after the section completes a one minute, thirty second assembly during rapid deployment drills. The 16th Air Defence R... More

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