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News and features

Airborne reservists took their place in the British Army’s rapid reaction force on Exercise JOINT WARRIOR

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Video: The Shout - Apache Longbow Attack helicopter on 'Very High Readiness'

Constantly on ‘Very High Readiness’ the Apache Longbow Attack Helicopter can be called to a ‘Shout’ at a moment’s notice.

The attack helicopter of the British Army has significantly improved the operational capabilities of ground troops. It can operate in all weathers day or night and can detect and engage multiple targets with its arsenal of Hellfire missiles, rockets and 30mm cannon.

The helicopter has been in service since 2001.

Soldier Magazine online

Award-winning magazine of the British Army - for features, sport, reviews, news, letters, competitions and subscriptions. APRIL 2014 digital issue - read online.

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Army Photographer Sgt Tom Robinson RLC (right) and Capt Johanna Timmerann (center) interviewing Capt Ciaron Dyer (left) during a IED clearence patrol.

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