Issue 3
September 2004

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CONTACT Air Land & Sea

The RAAF's forward air controller commands the combined firepower of offensive airbourne platforms on the battlefield - making him the most powerful pilot in the skies.

Words Brian Hartigan
Pics Brian Hartigan and LAC Euan Grant

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In the next 22 minutes, another person will step on a landmine. There's a 90 per cent chance that the victim will be an innocent civilian and, more likely, a child.

Words Sean Burton
Pics Wade Laube

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From Desert Storm to red centre, Phil Kellow - different desert, different uniform.

Words Sean Burton
Pics Jason Weeding, Fullframe

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Following Kenny's mishap with the exploding ammunition, Wayne Cooper and 23 Section finally set off on their first African patrol.

Words Wayne Cooper
Pics Wayne Cooper and ADF


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Four countries and 75 aircraft rip up the skies over the Northern Territory in the biennial Exercise Pitch Black.

Pics ADF

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Plus...

Plus our regular columns;

    • Just Soldiers by WO1 Darryl Kelly
    • Games reviews by Sapper Gameboy
    • Recruit Nobber by Jonathan Garland