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Army April 26, 2012
First out: Pte Jo Johnson, of 10FSB, hauls herself out of the "bear pit" on the
obstacle course during Ex Kokoda on the Junior Leaders Course in Townsville.
Photo by Sgt Rachel Ingram
Cowboy: US Marine Cpl Matthew Bradford, an
ammunition technician, brings a little bit of the
American south with him to his new temporary
accommodation at Robertson Barracks in Darwin.
Photo by LS Helen Frank
Air control: Sgt Simon Knight, of 4 Regt, RAA,
communicates with Hornet aircrews as the range
controller for a day of live-fire training during the Joint
Terminal Attack Controller Course in the Townsville
Field Training Area.
Photo by Cpl Casey Smith
Down time: Cpl Lee Batey, of the International
Stabilisation Force, reads a magazine donated
by Qantas through the Defence Community
Organisation in the recreation hut at Camp Phoenix,
Dili, East Timor.
Photo by Cpl Janine Fabre
Safe and secure: Pte Jack Campbell, of 8
Pl, 1RAR, provides security for a convoy of
trucks during Ex Sea Lion, a simulated
evacuation exercise at Cowley Beach in
Photo by Sgt Darren Hilder
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