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Les troupes de l'ISAF en Afghanistan (septembre-décembre 2009)
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MessagePosté le: 14/09/2009 11:45:23    Sujet du message: Les troupes de l'ISAF en Afghanistan (septembre-décembre 2009) Répondre en citant

A la demande de quelques membres du forum, une vue des opérations militaires en Afghanistan menées par les alliés des USA.
Photos commentées à la date la plus proche du jour à compter de ce mois de septembre 2009 des actions de l'ISAF (International Security Assistance Force). Une vue en temps réelle des actions sur le terrain aux plus proches du danger. Un petit geste pour soutenir nos amis canadiens, français, britanniques, .....
Pour rappel le côté américain du sujet est traité sur => http://us.army.39.45.xooit.com/f29-US-Army-aujourd-hui.htm Wink

Les allemands:

German ISAF soldiers look out of their jeep during a patrol in a convoy in the area of Feyzabad, east of Kunduz, Afghanistan, Sunday, Sept. 13, 2009:


German ISAF soldiers gather after returning back to their base in Feyzabad, east of Kunduz, Afghanistan, Saturday, Sept. 12, 2009:


German ISAF soldiers, members of the Quick Reaction Force (QRF), get briefed prior to a mission outside Kunduz, Afghanistan, Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2009. German Chancellor Angela Merkel said the world should reserve judgment on whether civilians were killed in a German-ordered airstrike in Afghanistan, even as NATO said it believed that civilians had died in the attack:




German ISAF soldiers, members of the Quick Reaction Force (QRF), unload their weapons after coming back from a mission outside Kunduz, Afghanistan, Thursday, Sept. 10, 2009:


German ISAF soldiers hug each other after arriving with their unit back to the base in Feyzabad, east of Kunduz, Afghanistan, Friday, Sept. 11, 2009. The unit was stuck for days in the area of Kunduz and came under heavy fire in which four soldiers where injured and evacuated to the field hospital in Kunduz:



Les canadiens:

A Canadian soldier walks in front of a Chinook helicopter taking off from Mas'um Ghar base in Panjwai disctrict of Kandahar province, September 10, 2009:


A Canadian soldier walks past an abandoned Soviet-era tank during a foot patrol in the Panjwai district of Kandahar province, September 10, 2009:


Les belges:

In this photo from Wednesday, Sept 9, 2009 photo, a Belgian solider with the NATO- led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) is seen during a routine event on the out skirts of Kunduz, north of Kabul, Afghanistan:

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MessagePosté le: 14/09/2009 12:13:08    Sujet du message: Les troupes de l'ISAF en Afghanistan (septembre-décembre 2009) Répondre en citant

Les français:

Le caporal-chef Thomas Rousselle, 30 ans, du 3e régiment d’infanterie de marine de Vannes est décédé le dimanche 06 septembre des suites de ses blessures. Le caporal-chef Rousselle avait été blessé ainsi que huit de ses camarades lors de l’attaque par IED de son véhicule de l’avant blindé, le 4 septembre en Kapisa au Nord-Est de Kaboul. Au cours de cette attaque, le caporal Johan Naguin avait été tué. Il appartenait lui aussi au 3e régiment d’infanterie de marine:


French military officers carry on September 8, 2009 in Roissy-en-France, Paris northern suburb, the coffin of a French soldier who died after being wounded in a bomb attack in Afghanistan.. Two French soldiers were killed and eight other were injured by a roadside bomb on patrol in Afghanistan on Friday morning:




Les belges:

NATO soldiers keep watch at a blast site outside a NATO military base in Kabul September 8, 2009. A suicide car bomber detonated his explosives outside the NATO military base at the international airport in the Afghan capital on Tuesday, a police source told Reuters. Reuters:




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Ramp Ceremony for Major Yannick Pepin.
Two Canadian soldiers were killed and five others wounded when an improvised explosive device detonated near their armored vehicle in the vicinity of Dand district, about 14 kilometers southwest of Kandahar City around noon, Kandahar time, the September 6, 2009.
Was killed in battle Corporal Jean-Francois Drouin of the 5th Regiment of Combat Engineers serving as a member of the battle group of 2nd Battalion, Royal 22nd Regiment, CFB Valcartier, Quebec.
Was killed in battle Major Yannick Pepin as the 5th Regiment of Combat Engineers serving as a member of the battle group of 2nd Battalion, Royal 22nd Regiment, CFB Valcartier, Quebec.
The Joint Task Force Afghanistan (JTF-Afg) is Canada's contribution to international efforts in Afghanistan. Its operations include working with Afghan authorities to increase security, governance and economic development in Afghanistan. JTF-Afg includes over 2 750 Canadian Forces members. Most of them used the airfield in Kandahar and at Camp Nathan Smith, the cradle of the Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT) in Kandahar City. The Canadian Forces are also working various military headquarters, support bases in southwest Asia and working with civil society organizations in Afghanistan. Photo: Cpl Jonathan Barrette, TechImage, JTF-Afg Roto 7






Honor guard carries the casket of Corporal Jean-Francois Drouin to a waiting hearse at Canadian Forces Base Trenton, September 9, 2009. Corporal Drouin and Major Yannick Pepin were killed near Kandahar City in Afghanistan on September 6, 2009 when an improvised explosive device detonated near their armoured vehicle. Reuters:




Mais aussi les afghans:

Afghan National Army soldiers conduct a foot patrol in the Panjwai district of Kandahar province, September 10, 2009. (Reuters):

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Les anglais toujours en avant:

Lima Company, 42 Commando Royal Marines Group during Operation SOND CHARA (Red Dagger) in Helmand province
[Picture: Corporal John Scott Rafoss USMC ISAF HQ] :


Royal Marines Commandos cross a stream during Operation DIESEL in Helmand province
[Picture: Petty Officer (Photographer) Dave Husbands/MOD 2009]


Troops from 45 Commando Royal Marines conduct Operation GHARTSE PALANG in the Upper Sangin Valley of Helmand province
[Picture: Colour Sergeant Baz Shaw, Crown/MOD 2009]


A soldier from C Company, 1 RIFLES, fires at an enemy position during Operation HERRICK 9 in southern Afghanistan
[Picture: Petty Officer (Photographer) Dave Husbands, Crown /MOD 2009]

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MessagePosté le: 14/09/2009 17:13:40    Sujet du message: Les troupes de l'ISAF en Afghanistan (septembre-décembre 2009) Répondre en citant

Je ne peux qu'applaudir pour ce nouveau post good
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MessagePosté le: 15/09/2009 00:13:18    Sujet du message: Les troupes de l'ISAF en Afghanistan (septembre-décembre 2009) Répondre en citant

merci énormément AA good c'est très très apprécie

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MessagePosté le: 15/09/2009 12:34:09    Sujet du message: Les troupes de l'ISAF en Afghanistan (septembre-décembre 2009) Répondre en citant

Eddy a écrit:
merci énormément AA good c'est très très apprécie



Pour le Canada:

Patrice Brisebois, player National Hockey League (NHL), a member of Team Canada, scored a goal against MCpl Girard of the White team during the hockey game with members of the Roto 01-09 of Operation ATHENA, which took place on the Kandahar base during the visit of Team Canada. Melanie Turgeon, world champion in downhill alpine skiing in 2003, watched helplessly the goal against her team.
play some ball hockey with the soldiers. Photo: Sgt Ronald Duchesne, Imaging Division, Valcartier Garrison:


During her visit to the Kandahar Airfield, the Governor General also awarded the General Campaign Star and the General Service Medal to many Canadian soldiers. Her Excellency here congratulates a military woman for her exemplary work conducted during her deployment in Afghanistan. The General Campaign Star and the General Service Medal have been created as means to recognize - in a timelier manner - those who serve in operations in the presence of an armed enemy. Photo credit: Sgt Serge Gouin, Rideau Hall:


Her Excellency the Right Honourable Michaëlle Jean, Governor General and Commander-in-Chief of Canada, visited Afghanistan to show her support for and solidarity with Canadian soldiers and the people of Afghanistan. The visit took place on September 8 and 9, 2009. Upon her arrival at the Kandahar military base, she paid her respects to fallen Canadian soldiers in Afghanistan before laying a flower on the cenotaph. Photo credit: Sgt Serge Gouin, Rideau Hall:


A Canadian soldier stands guard in a gunner's hatch during an armoured vehicle patrol in the Panjwai district of Kandahar province, September 12, 2009. Rebel fighters killed 20 civilians in southern Afghanistan and 17 security police and security guards, officials said on Saturday, as the country awaited results from last month's disputed election. Violence in Afghanistan has reached its most intense of the eight-year-old war despite record levels of U.S. and NATO troops being sent to fight the Taliban. Reuters:


A Canadian army medic covers the faces of two sick children as a helicopter lands to airlift eight children brought to a forward operating base after they fell gravely ill from eating explosive powder at a home in the Panjwai district of Kandahar province September 12, 2009. Roadside bombs made from homemade explosives are the leading killer of foreign troops in Afghanistan. Violence in Afghanistan has reached its most intense of the eight-year-old war despite record levels of U.S. and NATO troops being sent to fight the Taliban. Reuters :


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One Canadian soldier killed and four injured in an explosive device strike

CEFCOM NR–09.024 - September 14, 2009

OTTAWA– One Canadian soldier was killed and four injured when an improvised explosive device detonated near their armoured vehicle on a road in Panwjai District. The incident occurred approximately 10 kilometres South-West of Kandahar City at around 1:00 p.m., Kandahar time, on 13th September, 2009.
Killed in action was Private Patrick Lormand from the 2nd Battalion, Royal 22e Régiment based in Valcartier, Quebec. Private Lormand was serving as a member of the 2nd Battalion, Royal 22e Régiment Battle Group, Quebec.
Four other Canadian Forces members were injured during the incident. They were evacuated by helicopter to the Multi-National Medical Facility at the Kandahar Airfield. They have all since been released. Their identities will not be made public.
Our thoughts and condolences go to the family and friends of our fallen comrade.
Members of Task Force Kandahar work with Afghan security forces for the greater good of Afghanistan. We remain focused and determined to bringing peace, stability and good governance despite the challenge imposed on us by the insurgents. We remain committed to Afghanistan:
RIP

Pour la France:

Monsieur Nicolas SARKOZY, président de la République et chef des armées, le ministre de la Défense, Monsieur Hervé MORIN, le général d’armée Jean-Louis GEORGELIN, chef d’Etat-Major des Armées, le général d’armée Elrick IRASTORZA, chef d’Etat-Major de l’armée de Terre, ainsi que de nombreuses autorités civiles et militaires ont assisté vendredi 11 septembre 2009 à la cérémonie d’éloge funèbre du sergent Thomas Rousselle et du caporal-chef Johan Naguin, décédés au début du mois de septembre 2009 suite à une attaque par explosif, en Afghanistan:


Pour l'Angleterre:

Britain's Queen Elizabeth meets soldiers and their families during a visit to The Queen's Royal Lancers at Catterick Army Base, in northern England on September 12, 2009. During the visit the Queen presented the Elizabeth Cross to the families of six members of the Regiment who died on operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. Reuters:



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MessagePosté le: 16/09/2009 13:26:23    Sujet du message: Les troupes de l'ISAF en Afghanistan (septembre-décembre 2009) Répondre en citant

Merci pour ce nouveau topic AA good punaise le dpm désert c'est vachement efficasse dit donc !

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Rothy a écrit:
Merci pour ce nouveau topic AA good punaise le dpm désert c'est vachement efficasse dit donc !


Comme quoi c'est avec de vieilles casseroles qu'on fait les meilleures soupes Wink
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MessagePosté le: 16/09/2009 17:41:10    Sujet du message: Les troupes de l'ISAF en Afghanistan (septembre-décembre 2009) Répondre en citant

A nouveau les compatriotes d'Eddy Wink :

Sgt.-Maj. Ivan Plante of Victoriaville, Quebec scans for insurgents after gunfire broke out at the scene of a roadside bomb explosion that wounded an Afghan National Army soldier in the Panjwai district of Kandahar province, September 14, 2009:


Canadian soldiers rush to the rooftop of an outpost moments after a nearby roadside bomb explosion wounded an Afghan National Army soldier in the Panjwai district of Kandahar province, September 14, 2009:


Au tour des allemands:

A German ISAF soldier rests after securing a temporary camp to overnight during a long term patrol with his unit in the mountainous region of Feyzabad, east of Kunduz, Afghanistan, Monday, Sept. 14, 2009:


A German ISAF soldier shows Afghan children pictures on his camera during a long term patrol with his unit in the mountainous region of Feyzabad, east of Kunduz, Afghanistan, Monday, Sept. 14, 2009. (AP / Anja Niedringhaus):


Les écossais aussi dans la guerre:

he coffin of Black Watch soldier Kevin Elliot is carried from St Mary's Church on September 15, 2009 in Dundee, Scotland. Private Elliot was killed last month during a rocket attack in the Babaji district of Helmand in Afghanistan:


Black Watch firing party pay their respects with a gun salute to fallen comrade Kevin Elliot at Barnhill Cemetery on September 15, 2009 in Dundee, Scotland. Private Elliot was killed last month during a rocket attack in the Babaji district of Helmand in Afghanistan:

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MessagePosté le: 17/09/2009 17:08:04    Sujet du message: Les troupes de l'ISAF en Afghanistan (septembre-décembre 2009) Répondre en citant

Hello AA,
Bravo pour ce nouveau topic.

Comme on peut le constater, chaques Nations pleurent ses enfants.
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easy company a écrit:
Hello AA,
Bravo pour ce nouveau topic.

Comme on peut le constater, chaques Nations pleurent ses enfants.


Comme tu dis easy, il n'y a pas que les américains qui subissent ..... Le topic est la pour le rappeler aussi et ainsi compléter ce qui se montre côté US dans le topic actu US 2009 Wink

Canada:

Canadian soldiers rest between patrols at an outpost in the Panjwai district of Kandahar province, September 14, 2009. Reuters :




A Canadian soldier scans for insurgents after gunfire broke out at the scene of a roadside bomb explosion that wounded an Afghan National Army soldier in the Panjwai district of Kandahar province, September 14, 2009. Reuters:


Angleterre:

A History and Honour news article
15 Sep 09
A soldier from the Royal Regiment of Artillery has been awarded the Military Cross for his heroic actions in aiding an injured comrade and relaying critical information while exposed and under fire during a battle in Afghanistan.
http://www.mod.uk/DefenceInternet/DefenceNews/HistoryAndHonour/GunnerHonour…


Italie:

Afghan school girls surround an Italian soldier of NATO's International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) as the Italian provincial reconstruction team (PRT) visit a tent school on the outskirts of Herat, western Afghanistan, 16 September 2009. Italian PRT promised to build a girls school on the outskirts of Herat and said that they have already built some 36 schools for Afghans throughout the Herat province since 2005. Provincial Reconstruction Teams (PRTs) are small teams of civilian and military personnel working in Afghanistan's provinces to provide security for aid workers and help reconstruction work:





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MessagePosté le: 18/09/2009 11:26:36    Sujet du message: Les troupes de l'ISAF en Afghanistan (septembre-décembre 2009) Répondre en citant

Belle Initiative que d'avoir ouvert un tel sujet présentant les armées et pays engagées dans ce conflit. good
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MessagePosté le: 18/09/2009 12:21:24    Sujet du message: Les troupes de l'ISAF en Afghanistan (septembre-décembre 2009) Répondre en citant

Cet article vient de tomber il y a quelques minutes:



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MessagePosté le: 18/09/2009 12:33:08    Sujet du message: Les troupes de l'ISAF en Afghanistan (septembre-décembre 2009) Répondre en citant

Voici le colonel Georg Klein à la base allemande de Kunduz en Afghanistan:


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MessagePosté le: 18/09/2009 12:39:12    Sujet du message: Les troupes de l'ISAF en Afghanistan (septembre-décembre 2009) Répondre en citant

Hum! une bavure ce ne sera pas la première ni la dernière et dans toutes les guerres il y en a eu.
Par contre s'il s'avère que le bombardement n'était pas justifié et que la personne qui en a demandé l'ordre savait qu'il n'y avait pas de danger de mort imminente pour ses hommes, là oui il risque gros! nul

Enfin laissons la justice suivre son court.
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