Kuwait and North
|Shade on the Range||No trees, so find your own shade as you wait.|
|Teacher||This bloke -could- be a Royal Marine. The teachers were from all different units.|
|Set the Example!||Sensible chaps, those Brits.|
|British Class||A lot of NCOs pay attention to the lessons from the Brits.|
|SA-80||Yours Truly got to examine an L85A2. The Brits seem to
like this version, a lot.
Actually, they heaped complements on it.
|Burger King||Last burger for a few months...|
|Japanese Soldier||A student with us during the classes by the Brits|
|BMR-600||Spanish APC on the road in Iraq.|
|Rolled-over tank||Something (T-62? T-72?) that's had a really bad day|
|Dead T-62||In surprisingly decent shape.|
|South African Gear||The US Army calls it something else, of course, but the
Trailblazer units who go about trying to find
roadside bombs use South African vehicles. This appears to be a 6x6 variant of the Casspir MEDDS
|Carry everything on the HET||Put everything on the tank, then put the tank onto the
HET, then ride North.
It's actually a smooth ride, kindof like a train. Quiet, with a rocking motion.
|Civilian Transport||I was surprised, but some local civilian trucks could handle 70-ton tanks...|