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Images Dated 27th October 2004

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Army Gazelle helicopters carrying trainee Forward Air Controllers (FACs) at RAF Spadeadam Featured 27 Oct 2004 Print

Army Gazelle helicopters carrying trainee Forward Air Controllers (FACs) at RAF Spadeadam

Pictured are Army Gazelle helicopters carrying trainee Forward Air Controllers (FACs) at RAF Spadeadam, Cumbria.
Joint Forward Air Control Training and Standards Unit (JFACTSU) based at RAF Leeming run four-week Forward Air Controllers courses to train individuals, who from a forward position on the ground or in the air, direct the action of combat aircraft engaged in close air support of land forces.
This means talking a fast ground attack aircraft onto a target, from a forward position on a battlefield. Students on the course come from all three Services, all cap badges and various different NATO countries

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Moon Composite, five of the moon and one of the U.S. Capitol, the moon is seen transitioning Featured 27 Oct 2004 Print

Moon Composite, five of the moon and one of the U.S. Capitol, the moon is seen transitioning

In a composite photo comprised of 6 separate photos, five of the moon and one of the U.S. Capitol, the moon is seen transitioning L to R from full to a state of full lunar eclipse in the evening sky over Washington, October 27, 2004. The picture of the Capitol was taken with a 200mm lens looking east and the photos of the moon were taken with a 400mm lens also looking east as it passed over the U.S. Capitol moving from north to south. UNICS REUTERS/Gary Hershorn. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE. GMH/HB

Leaf cutter ant, SEM Featured 27 Oct 2004 Print

Leaf cutter ant, SEM

Leaf cutter ant's head. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the head of a leaf cutter ant. This insect lives in colonies and uses its powerful mandibles to remove pieces of leaves. The leaves themselves are not used as food; instead the ant carries the leaf fragment back to the colony, where it chews it into mulch. It then adds enzyme-rich fecal droppings and a small amount of fungus from a previously mulched leaf. The fungus feeds on the mulch and the ants in turn rely on the fungus to provide them with nutrition

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