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Gibraltar : Escale de 2 Puma de la RAF partant pour Ben Guérir le 10 octobre 2015








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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Jebel Sahara 2015   Lun 12 Oct 2015 - 1:19

escale en Espagne?, bizarre non!

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Jebel Sahara 2015   Lun 12 Oct 2015 - 1:31

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escale en Espagne?, bizarre non!

Gibraltar c est le Royaume Uni pas l'Espagne.


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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Jebel Sahara 2015   Lun 12 Oct 2015 - 2:58

Un 3ème Puma a eu des problèmes mécanique à BA272 Rennes, photo prise le 7 octobre 2015




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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Jebel Sahara 2015   Lun 12 Oct 2015 - 3:02

Peut etre il y aura un exercice aérien , impliquant quelques helico des FRA ? ..

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Jebel Sahara 2015   Lun 12 Oct 2015 - 3:29

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Peut etre il y aura un exercice aérien , impliquant quelques helico des FRA ? ..

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Jebel Sahara 2015   Mar 13 Oct 2015 - 2:05

Les 2 Puma XW209 & ZA935 ont quitté Gibraltar Hier le 11 octobre 2015 il reste le 3eme Puma le ZJ956


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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Jebel Sahara 2015   Dim 18 Oct 2015 - 5:19

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Non SA330B Puma upgradé en HC2 le Super Puma n'a qu'une roue arrière

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Jebel Sahara 2015   Dim 18 Oct 2015 - 5:20

Le 3eme Puma le ZJ956 a quitté Gibraltar pour le Maroc le 16 octobre 2015


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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Jebel Sahara 2015   Mer 28 Oct 2015 - 4:38

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Oct 27 - Chief Minister Visits Royal Gibraltar Regiment On Exercise Jebel Sahara

The Chief Minister, the Hon Fabian Picardo QC, is currently visiting the Royal Gibraltar Regiment on exercise Jebel Sahara.

The month-long training exercise, now in its fifteenth year, is based a few miles north of Marrakech and brings together troops from Gibraltar, the UK and Morocco to share their knowledge and operational experience.

The Chief Minister will return to Gibraltar on Thursday afternoon, until which time the Deputy Chief Minister, Dr Joseph Garcia, is the Acting Chief Minister.

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Jebel Sahara 2015   Ven 30 Oct 2015 - 1:11

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Oct 29 - Chief Minister Visits Regiment In Morocco
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The Chief Minister, Fabian Picardo, has returned to Gibraltar today after spending a full day on Wednesday with the Royal Gibraltar Regiment on Exercise Jebel Sahara. During his visit the Chief Minister met with the new British Ambassador in Morocco, Ms Karen Betts.

The Chief Minister spent Wednesday visiting the troops on exercise, including the soldiers from the Royal Moroccan Armed Forces’ Brigade d’Infanterie Parachutiste. Mr Picardo flew in one of the RAF Puma helicopters which are also participating in the Exercise this year.

The Moroccan Army presented the Chief Minister with a commemoration of Jebel Sahara 2015, emphasising the importance they place on their relationship with the Royal Gibraltar Regiment.

On Wednesday evening the Chief Minister hosted a dinner with the Officers and Warrant Officers of the Regiment.

The Chief Minister said: “As usual, I enjoyed my time seeing the Regiment on exercise, combining the trip with an opportunity also to meet the new British Ambassador to Morocco. Apart from being an eye opener each year to the great work done by the Regiment, it is also exciting to see the live firing and this year the helicopter operations being run by the RAF. The Regiment is a source of pride for all of Gibraltar and seeing them exercise and demonstrate what they can do is a good reminder of just what a good job they do."



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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Jebel Sahara 2015   Dim 1 Nov 2015 - 14:05

L'exercice ne profite pas que aux gars de la BIP mais aussi a notre infentrie. C du bon
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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Jebel Sahara 2015   Jeu 5 Nov 2015 - 13:16

De nouvelles photos, y compris de la vidéo.

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Jebel Sahara 2015   Mer 18 Nov 2015 - 19:05

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Nov 18 - Exercise Jebel Sahara A "Shining Example Of Defence Engagement"

The strong and longstanding relationship between the British and Moroccan Armed Forces continues to grow through annual training Exercise Jebel Sahara.

The month-long light infantry exercise is based a few miles north of Marrakech and involves around 500 British and Moroccan troops.

Exercise Jebel Sahara was initially an annual training exercise for the Royal Gibraltar Regiment (RG) who established a relationship with the Moroccan Deuxieme Brigade d’Infanterie Parachutiste (2BIP) 15 years ago.

The value of the exercise to other British Army units has been widely recognised and the exercise now rotates annually between units from 4th Infantry Brigade and the RG. Last year the Light Dragoons deployed on Exercise Jebel Sahara and were supported by elements of the RG. This year the RG led the exercise with support from a number of units, the re-introduction of the Joint Helicopter Force Training, who provided Puma support to the exercise, was a particularly welcome addition.

The importance of the relationship was highlighted by newly appointed HM Ambassador to the Kingdom of Morocco, Karen Betts, who paid a visit to the training ground.

She said: "I was very impressed by the exercise; the Royal Gibraltar Regiment and the Moroccan military had an excellent working relationship and were learning an enormous amount from each other in the joint exercise.  This is an important part of our defence relationship with Morocco, and a critical way in which the British Army hones its ability to operate alongside other militaries and in different terrain.  I hope we will continue to build on the strong relationships that have been established through the annual exercise."



Colonel Major Azeddine Badr from 2BIP echoed the sentiments as he welcomed the Ambassador, Commander British Forces and the UK Defence Attaché to Morocco to the Forward Operating Base at Camp RAM RAM. He explained that the strong military relationship with the RG was established in the year 2000 and he expressed a desire for the relationship to continue to grow with both the RG and other British units who take part in future exercises.

Following a tour of Camp RAM RAM the VIP’s were taken by Puma helicopter to the training ground to witness live firing, joint strike operation battle training and sniper training.

The training ground in Morocco provides the perfect terrain for harsh training conditions, the ground is vast and uneven and set amid the backdrop of the Atlas Mountains. It is arid, barren and littered with sharp rocks and stones that can present challenges when driving or crawling on the ground. The temperatures soared to 40oC in the middle of the day providing the troops with an opportunity to train in difficult climate.



Commander British Forces, Commodore Ian McGhie was particularly struck by the strong relationship between the troops on the ground.

He said: "I am delighted to have the opportunity to witness the high quality joint training on the exercise ground. Despite the potential for a language barrier between our two nations this is clearly mitigated through strong translation skills from the soldiers in both the RG and 2BIP. The bond has been formed over a number of years and this mutually beneficial, high end training exercise is key to continuing to develop the relationship in the future. This exercise epitomises and is an exemplar of exactly what the UK government and Ministry of Defence is looking for in terms of wider regional engagement and defence diplomacy. I commend the RG and 2BIP."



Defence Attaché to Morocco, Lieutenant Colonel Charlie Warner is responsible for taking forward the security and military co-operation between the UK Armed Forces and the Royal Moroccan Armed Forces.

He was impressed by the strength of the relationship between the Royal Gibraltar Regiment and 2BIP, and said: "I think it is possibly unique and certainly a far more developed relationship than I had expected to find anywhere. It is fairly extraordinary to find two organisations that have worked so closely together for 15 years, exercising twice a year, once a year in Morocco and once a year in the UK when the Moroccan Army train with the RG on Exercise Jebel Tarik. I think this is a shining example of what can be achieved with Defence Engagement."


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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Jebel Sahara 2015   Jeu 19 Nov 2015 - 15:00

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JEBEL SAHARA FOSTERS ‘UNIQUE BOND’ BETWEEN TROOPS



The strong and longstanding relationship between the British and Moroccan Armed Forces continues to grow through annual training Exercise Jebel Sahara, HQ British Forces said yesterday.

The month-long light infantry exercise is based a few miles north of Marrakech and involves around 500 British and Moroccan troops.
Exercise Jebel Sahara was initially an annual training exercise for the Royal Gibraltar Regiment (RG) who established a relationship with the Moroccan Deuxieme Brigade d’Infanterie Parachutiste (2BIP) 15 years ago.

The value of the exercise to other British Army units has been widely recognised and the exercise now rotates annually between units from 4th Infantry Brigade and the RG.

Last year the Light Dragoons deployed on Exercise Jebel Sahara and were supported by elements of the RG.

This year the RG led the exercise with support from a number of units, the re-introduction of the Joint Helicopter Force Training, who provided Puma support to the exercise, was a particularly welcome addition.

The importance of the relationship was highlighted by newly appointed Ambassador to the Kingdom of Morocco, Karen Betts, who paid a visit to the training ground.“I was very impressed by the exercise,” she said.

“The Royal Gibraltar Regiment and the Moroccan military had an excellent working relationship and were learning an enormous amount from each other in the joint exercise.” “This is an important part of our defence relationship with Morocco, and a critical way in which the British Army hones its ability to operate alongside other militaries and in different terrain.”  

“I hope we will continue to build on the strong relationships that have been established through the annual exercise.”

Colonel Major Azeddine Badr from 2BIP echoed the sentiments as he welcomed the Ambassador, Commander British Forces and the UK Defence Attaché to Morocco to the Forward Operating Base at Camp RAM RAM.

He explained that the strong military relationship with the RG was established in the year 2000 and he expressed a desire for the relationship to continue to grow with both the RG and other British units who take part in future exercises.

Following a tour of Camp RAM RAM the VIP’s were taken by Puma helicopter to the training ground to witness live firing, joint strike operation battle training and sniper training.

The training ground in Morocco provides the perfect terrain for harsh training conditions, the ground is vast and uneven and set amid the backdrop of the Atlas Mountains. It is arid, barren and littered with sharp rocks and stones that can present challenges when driving or crawling on the ground. The temperatures soared to 40oC in the middle of the day providing the troops with an opportunity to train in difficult climate.

Commander British Forces, Commodore Ian McGhie, was particularly struck by the strong relationship between the troops on the ground.

“I am delighted to have the opportunity to witness the high quality joint training on the exercise ground,” he said.

“Despite the potential for a language barrier between our two nations this is clearly mitigated through strong translation skills from the soldiers in both the RG and 2BIP.”

“The bond has been formed over a number of years and this mutually beneficial, high end training exercise is key to continuing to develop the relationship in the future.”

“This exercise epitomises and is an exemplar of exactly what the UK government and Ministry of Defence is looking for in terms of wider regional engagement and defence diplomacy.”

Defence Attaché to Morocco, Lieutenant Colonel Charlie Warner, is responsible for taking forward the security and military co-operation between the UK Armed Forces and the Royal Moroccan Armed Forces.

He was impressed by the strength of the relationship between the Royal Gibraltar Regiment and 2BIP.

“I think it is possibly unique and certainly a far more developed relationship than I had expected to find anywhere,” he said.

“It is fairly extraordinary to find two organisations that have worked so closely together for 15 years, exercising twice a year, once a year in Morocco and once a year in the UK when the Moroccan Army train with the RG on Exercise Jebel Tarik.”

“I think this is a shining example of what can be achieved with Defence Engagement.”

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Jebel Sahara 2015   Sam 21 Nov 2015 - 15:46

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It's not your usual helicopter landing site... on top of a mountain in Morocco!
Image by Cpl Connor Payne RAF



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A taster of the amazing images to come from the recent Exercise Jebel Sahara in Morocco.
A Puma HC Mk2 flies through the mountains.
Image by Cpl Connor Payne RAF



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Over the next few days we'll be sharing some of our favourite images taken during Exercise Jebel Sahara.
Here is the first - a dramatic dust landing in the Moroccan desert by the Puma 2. Moments later the aircraft was enveloped in a cloud of dust. It takes a special kind of skill from the whole crew to land such a powerful machine when the only thing you can see is a small white stone that tells you where the ground is...
Image by Cpl Connor Payne RAF



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Another of our favourite images from Exercise Jebel Sahara.
This time it's the makeshift forward operating base of the Royal Gibraltar Regiment with troops taking a brief rest after the intensive night time training.
Image by Cpl Connor Payne RAF




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As a Saturday afternoon treat, here are two more of the fantastic pictures taken by Cpl Connor Payne during Exercise Jebel Sahara.






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