Royal Marines recently played Afghan National Army (ANA) soldiers in the inaugural match of the newly-formed football league of Rahim Kalay, a small farming community previously ravaged by fighting and terrorised by insurgents.
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Afghan soldiers beat Royal Marines in Helmand football match
Musicians and buglers from the Royal Marines Band Service took a break from driving ambulances in Afghanistan to entertain their fellow British troops with a traditional ‘last night of the proms’ style concert.
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Royal Marines Band performs proms concert in Helmand
Two aircraft technicians from 101 Squadron, currently deployed to the Middle East, were recenty awarded commendations for their efforts in keeping a VC10 tanker aircraft serviceable.
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RAF technicians commended for keeping tanker flying over Afghanistan
It is with sadness that the Ministry of Defence must confirm that Lieutenant Daniel John Clack, from 1st Battalion The Rifles, was killed in Afghanistan on 12 August 2011.
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Lieutenant Daniel John Clack killed in Afghanistan
RAF Tornados and Typhoons have been in action once again this weekend over Libya, with support from HMS Liverpool, as part of NATO’s Operation UNIFIED PROTECTOR.
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RAF and Navy in further action over Libya