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Images Dated 6th October 2012

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West Ham United v Arsenal - Premier League Featured 6 Oct 2012 Image

West Ham United v Arsenal - Premier League

LONDON, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 6: Theo Walcott scores Arsenal's 2nd goal during the Barclays Premier League match between West Ham United and Arsenal at Boleyn Ground on October 6, 2012 in London, England. (Photo by David Price/Arsenal FC via Getty Images) Theo Walcott

© 2012 The Arsenal Football Club Plc

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USA, Turquoise Trail Scenic Byway, New Mexico Featured 6 Oct 2012 Image

USA, Turquoise Trail Scenic Byway, New Mexico

USA, Turquoise Trail Scenic Byway, New Mexico. An old wagon wheel leans against the front of an antique store

© Deborah Winchester / Danita Delimont

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Royal Marine LCAC(LR) Hovercraft Featured 6 Oct 2012 Image

Royal Marine LCAC(LR) Hovercraft

Picture shows a Royal Marine LCAC(LR) hovercraft with Royal Marine Off Shore Landing Craft in the background during Carlyon Bay Wader Exercise in Cornwall.
As part of a wader package, 3 Commando Brigade along with 4 Assault Squadron Royal Marines (4 ASRM), 29 and 24 Commando today conducted exercises using landing craft, hover craft and a Royal Air Force Chinook helicopter currently based on HMS Illustrious.
The training happened in Carlyon Bay near St. Austell, Cornwall with civilian onlookers.
The LCAC (L) (R) is a direct replacement for the LCAC (L) currently in service with 539 Assault Squadron Royal Marines. The craft is required to operate in a hostile marine environment in extreme temperatures. It may be deployed for several months with very limited maintenance support facilities. The primary role of the LCAC (L) (R) is as an air-portable, fully amphibious craft capable of the high speed movement of 16 fully equipped troops and a crew of 2 over water, ice, mud, marshland and beach

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