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Lunch: 3CSSB cook Pte Dave Hodgkin serves Pte Rachel Bennett, of 3CSSB
transport, and VCDF AirMshl Mark Binskin in Townsville. Photo by Sgt Rachel Ingram
Water fun: Pte Branden Fox, of 35 Water Tpt Sqn, drives his LARC to Army Bay
on the Whangaparaoa Peninsula, New Zealand, during the joint Australian-New
Zealand training exercise Pae Tata.
Photo by LS Brenton Freind
Health check: Nursing officer Lt Cristy Ellem checks on a patient at the
Multinational Base Tarin Kot medical centre.
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SLEEP was a luxury for
from Army and Air Force during
the second 35-day Advanced
Reconnaissance Course at the
School of Infantry.
The new course trains junior
leaders from corporal to captain to be
reconnaissance patrol commanders,
platoon sergeants and platoon
commanders and effectively lead
small teams in the planning and
execution of reconnaissance and
Employed in infantry battalions,
reserve units and as Air Force airfield
defence guards, reconnaissance
personnel rely heavily on stealth and
the ability to work together as
a team to provide timely and
accurate information on the
enemy and terrain.
Pictured here is Lt Tate
Pilditch, of the School of
Infantry, applying cam paint
before a patrol.
Full story next edition
Photo by Cpl Mark Doran
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