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Ex Curry Trail  Taunton based 40 Commando have been exercising in Belize, Central America, conducting Exercise Curry Trail.  Delta Company (D Coy), the Jungle Warfare Specialists of 40 Commando, have been in the jungles of Belize conducting vital training under the watchful eye of BATSUB (British Army Training Support Unit Belize) staff known as Trackers, as well as Directing Staff from the Royal Marines.  The first phase of training saw the Royal Marines conducting break contact drills, close target reconnaissance, survival, patrol and navigation training in the depths of Sibun Gorge.   The Trackers have been teaching the elite Commandos all about operating in the jungle; providing instruction about survival, building shelters and animal traps, creating fire, and understanding what plants are edible, inedible and which are medicinal, as well as what insects and wildlife to avoid in this environment.  When the eight Tracker instructors, who are locals of Belize, aren’t teaching Royal Marines, the British Army or the United States Marine Corps, they are maintaining the training area for the next group of troops.  Live Fire Tactical Training (LFTT) was the second phase of training which saw the transition from individual CQB (Close Quarters Battle) to four and eight man team assaults in another training area known as Manatee.  During this phase the troops were using the SA80 A3 rifle, LMG (Light Machine Gun), GPMG (General Purpose Machine Gun) and grenades. They also learned how to employ demolitions in the jungle environment.
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PHOTEX HMS Duncan with Georgia Coast Guard whilst the command platofrm for SNMG2
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PHOTEX HMS Duncan with Georgia Coast Guard whilst the command platofrm for SNMG2
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PHOTEX HMS Duncan with Georgia Coast Guard whilst the command platofrm for SNMG2
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PHOTEX HMS Duncan with Georgia Coast Guard whilst the command platofrm for SNMG2
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PHOTEX HMS Duncan with Georgia Coast Guard whilst the command platofrm for SNMG2
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249 TROOP THE KINGS SQUAD  Today 18th May 2018, 249 Troop The Kings Squad passed for duty. The Troop, the most senior class at the Commando Training Centre Royal Marines (CTCRM), have all successfully completed one of the most arduous military training in the world. The men were awarded their coveted green berets in the Falklands Hall in front of friends and family members before being inspected on the parade ground by VIP guests. They now deploy to their respective Commando units to further their training.
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249 TROOP THE KINGS SQUAD  Today 18th May 2018, 249 Troop The Kings Squad passed for duty. The Troop, the most senior class at the Commando Training Centre Royal Marines (CTCRM), have all successfully completed one of the most arduous military training in the world. The men were awarded their coveted green berets in the Falklands Hall in front of friends and family members before being inspected on the parade ground by VIP guests. They now deploy to their respective Commando units to further their training.
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249 TROOP THE KINGS SQUAD  Today 18th May 2018, 249 Troop The Kings Squad passed for duty. The Troop, the most senior class at the Commando Training Centre Royal Marines (CTCRM), have all successfully completed one of the most arduous military training in the world. The men were awarded their coveted green berets in the Falklands Hall in front of friends and family members before being inspected on the parade ground by VIP guests. They now deploy to their respective Commando units to further their training.
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249 TROOP THE KINGS SQUAD  Today 18th May 2018, 249 Troop The Kings Squad passed for duty. The Troop, the most senior class at the Commando Training Centre Royal Marines (CTCRM), have all successfully completed one of the most arduous military training in the world. The men were awarded their coveted green berets in the Falklands Hall in front of friends and family members before being inspected on the parade ground by VIP guests. They now deploy to their respective Commando units to further their training.
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249 TROOP THE KINGS SQUAD  Today 18th May 2018, 249 Troop The Kings Squad passed for duty. The Troop, the most senior class at the Commando Training Centre Royal Marines (CTCRM), have all successfully completed one of the most arduous military training in the world. The men were awarded their coveted green berets in the Falklands Hall in front of friends and family members before being inspected on the parade ground by VIP guests. They now deploy to their respective Commando units to further their training.  Pictured: General Sir Gordon Messenger, KBC, DSO & Bar, OBE, ADC meets 249 Troops Drill Instructor Cpl Turner
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249 TROOP THE KINGS SQUAD  Today 18th May 2018, 249 Troop The Kings Squad passed for duty. The Troop, the most senior class at the Commando Training Centre Royal Marines (CTCRM), have all successfully completed one of the most arduous military training in the world. The men were awarded their coveted green berets in the Falklands Hall in front of friends and family members before being inspected on the parade ground by VIP guests. They now deploy to their respective Commando units to further their training.  Pictured: General Sir Gordon Messenger, KBC, DSO & Bar, OBE, ADC inspects the Kings Squad
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249 TROOP THE KINGS SQUAD  Today 18th May 2018, 249 Troop The Kings Squad passed for duty. The Troop, the most senior class at the Commando Training Centre Royal Marines (CTCRM), have all successfully completed one of the most arduous military training in the world. The men were awarded their coveted green berets in the Falklands Hall in front of friends and family members before being inspected on the parade ground by VIP guests. They now deploy to their respective Commando units to further their training.  Pictured: General Sir Gordon Messenger, KBC, DSO & Bar, OBE, ADC inspects the Kings Squad
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Replenishment At Sea  Pictured: FGS Bayern prepares to come alongside HS Prometheus for replenishment at sea.  HMS Duncan conducted a replenishment at sea (RAS) with HS Prometheus to take on fuel, whilst in the Aegean Sea. In company with the SNMG2 flagship was FGS Bayern, the flagship of Task Unit 01, which is monitoring the migrant activity in the Aegean Sea.  NATO photo by GBRN LPhot Paul Hall
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SNMG2 Units Detach  Pictured: COM SNMG2 and Commanding Officer say farewell to BGS Drazki.  As the sun was setting in the Black Sea, ROS Regele Ferdinand and BGS Drazki said farewell to the SNMG2 Task Unit during a sail past with HMS Duncan. The two ships have worked closely with HMS Duncan during the Black Sea phase of the deployment, with Exercise Sea Shield 2018 and port visits to Constanta and Poti.  HMS Duncan, in company with TCG Gemlik, transited the Northern Straits in the early hours as the two ships departed the Black Sea.  NATO photo by GBRN LPhot Paul Hall
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SNMG2 Units Detach  Pictured: ROS Regele Ferdinand prepares to sail past HMS Duncan.  As the sun was setting in the Black Sea, ROS Regele Ferdinand and BGS Drazki said farewell to the SNMG2 Task Unit during a sail past with HMS Duncan. The two ships have worked closely with HMS Duncan during the Black Sea phase of the deployment, with Exercise Sea Shield 2018 and port visits to Constanta and Poti.  HMS Duncan, in company with TCG Gemlik, transited the Northern Straits in the early hours as the two ships departed the Black Sea.  NATO photo by GBRN LPhot Paul Hall
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Replenishment At Sea  Pictured: HS Prometheus alongside HMS Duncan for a replenishment at sea.  HMS Duncan conducted a replenishment at sea (RAS) with HS Prometheus to take on fuel, whilst in the Aegean Sea. In company with the SNMG2 flagship was FGS Bayern, the flagship of Task Unit 01, which is monitoring the migrant activity in the Aegean Sea.  NATO photo by GBRN LPhot Paul Hall
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Replenishment At Sea  Pictured: COM SNMG2, Commodore Mike Utley OBE, transfers to FGS Bayern by seaboat.  HMS Duncan conducted a replenishment at sea (RAS) with HS Prometheus to take on fuel, whilst in the Aegean Sea. In company with the SNMG2 flagship was FGS Bayern, the flagship of Task Unit 01, which is monitoring the migrant activity in the Aegean Sea.  NATO photo by GBRN LPhot Paul Hall
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Replenishment At Sea  Pictured: Signals are passed across using bats, between HMS Duncan and HS Prometheus. (L-R) Chief Bosuns Mate, Petty Officer Alan Paxton and Writer Laura Chisholm on the RAS point.  HMS Duncan conducted a replenishment at sea (RAS) with HS Prometheus to take on fuel, whilst in the Aegean Sea. In company with the SNMG2 flagship was FGS Bayern, the flagship of Task Unit 01, which is monitoring the migrant activity in the Aegean Sea.  NATO photo by GBRN LPhot Paul Hall
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Replenishment At Sea  Pictured: Chief Bosuns Mate, Petty Officer Alan Paxton, relays messages to the distance line.  HMS Duncan conducted a replenishment at sea (RAS) with HS Prometheus to take on fuel, whilst in the Aegean Sea. In company with the SNMG2 flagship was FGS Bayern, the flagship of Task Unit 01, which is monitoring the migrant activity in the Aegean Sea.  NATO photo by GBRN LPhot Paul Hall
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Replenishment At Sea  Pictured: Soft nosed projectile is fired across to HS Prometheus.  HMS Duncan conducted a replenishment at sea (RAS) with HS Prometheus to take on fuel, whilst in the Aegean Sea. In company with the SNMG2 flagship was FGS Bayern, the flagship of Task Unit 01, which is monitoring the migrant activity in the Aegean Sea.  NATO photo by GBRN LPhot Paul Hall
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Replenishment At Sea  Pictured: Engineering Technician (CIS) Janna Douglas on the winch line.  HMS Duncan conducted a replenishment at sea (RAS) with HS Prometheus to take on fuel, whilst in the Aegean Sea. In company with the SNMG2 flagship was FGS Bayern, the flagship of Task Unit 01, which is monitoring the migrant activity in the Aegean Sea.  NATO photo by GBRN LPhot Paul Hall
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Replenishment At Sea  HMS Duncan conducted a replenishment at sea (RAS) with HS Prometheus to take on fuel, whilst in the Aegean Sea. In company with the SNMG2 flagship was FGS Bayern, the flagship of Task Unit 01, which is monitoring the migrant activity in the Aegean Sea.  NATO photo by GBRN LPhot Paul Hall
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Replenishment At Sea  HMS Duncan conducted a replenishment at sea (RAS) with HS Prometheus to take on fuel, whilst in the Aegean Sea. In company with the SNMG2 flagship was FGS Bayern, the flagship of Task Unit 01, which is monitoring the migrant activity in the Aegean Sea.  NATO photo by GBRN LPhot Paul Hall
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