Across from me at meal times and update

November 17, 2017  •  Leave a Comment

I have been lazy on here, haven't I?!?!

To be honest I have been mega busy since my last post. In work, I have mainly been doing video jobs, I have been training to pass the recruitment process to become a firefighter for Avon Fire and Rescue (I was successful), travelled to Estonia, Poland, Lithuania and spent 3 weeks in the Caribbean for Operation Ruman for the disaster relief from Hurricane Irma and Maria. Oh and we had another child, Sonny. 

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ARMYHQ-2017- 050-EFP 5 RIFLES BG_Estonia-007-TJARMYHQ-2017- 050-EFP 5 RIFLES BG_Estonia-007-TJPictured: Soldiers from 5 RIFLES battlegroup cam their CVRT vehicles in preparation for EX SABRE STRIKE


Following on from the success of Exercise SPRING STORM, British troops are training with the Estonian Defence Force again on Exercise SABER STRIKE. This exercise has seen all elements of the 5 RIFLES Battle Group mobilise and train with their Estonian counterparts, who are specialists in all aspects of fighting in woods and forests.

As a NATO level exercise, US and French troops have also taken part, with US Black Hawk helicopters being used as part of a Helicopter Assault Force alongside British and French troops.


Photographer: Cpl Timothy Jones RLC Crown Copyright 2017
ARMYHQ-2017- 050-EFP 5 RIFLES BG_Estonia-059-TJARMYHQ-2017- 050-EFP 5 RIFLES BG_Estonia-059-TJPictured: Soldiers from 5 RIFLES battlegroup boarding a US Blackhawk Helicopter



Following on from the success of Exercise SPRING STORM, British troops are training with the Estonian Defence Force again on Exercise SABER STRIKE. This exercise has seen all elements of the 5 RIFLES Battle Group mobilise and train with their Estonian counterparts, who are specialists in all aspects of fighting in woods and forests.

As a NATO level exercise, US and French troops have also taken part, with US Black Hawk helicopters being used as part of a Helicopter Assault Force alongside British and French troops.

Photographer: Cpl Timothy Jones RLC Crown Copyright 2017
TIM_8705TIM_8705Pictured: Kit and Personnel travel on a RAF C17 aircraft to The Caribbean.

The first troops deploy to The Caribbean on OPERATION RUMAN as part of the UK's humanitarian relief to British Territories.


As part of the United Kingdom’s response to the emerging disaster following Hurricane Irma several hundred British Soldiers from across the Army prepare to depart for the disaster struck region.
Bringing with them unique and specialised skills and equipment including medical, environmental health, engineering and communications to help those in need.


Photographer: Cpl Timothy Jones RLC MOD Crown Copyright 2017

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ARMYHQ-2017-085-OP RUMAN-037-TJARMYHQ-2017-085-OP RUMAN-037-TJPictured: members of 24 Commando Royal Engineers offload kit and equipment from a RAF C17 in response to Hurricane Irma.


As part of the United Kingdom’s response to the emerging disaster following Hurricane Irma, 40 Commando Royal Marines with support from unique, specialised personnel with equipment including medical, environmental health, engineering and communications have arrived in The British Virgin Isles to help those in need.



Photographer: Cpl Timothy Jones RLC Crown Copyright 2017
ARMYHQ-2017- 050-EFP 5 RIFLES BG_Estonia-117-TJARMYHQ-2017- 050-EFP 5 RIFLES BG_Estonia-117-TJPictured: Soldiers from 5 RIFLES battlegroup commence a Coy level attack in the forests of Estonia

Following on from the success of Exercise SPRING STORM, British troops are training with the Estonian Defence Force again on Exercise SABER STRIKE. This exercise has seen all elements of the 5 RIFLES Battle Group mobilise and train with their Estonian counterparts, who are specialists in all aspects of fighting in woods and forests.

As a NATO level exercise, US and French troops have also taken part, with US Black Hawk helicopters being used as part of a Helicopter Assault Force alongside British and French troops.

Photographer: Cpl Timothy Jones RLC Crown Copyright 2017
ARMYHQ-2017- 050-EFP 5 RIFLES BG_Estonia-089-TJARMYHQ-2017- 050-EFP 5 RIFLES BG_Estonia-089-TJFollowing on from the success of Exercise SPRING STORM, British troops are training with the Estonian Defence Force again on Exercise SABER STRIKE. This exercise has seen all elements of the 5 RIFLES Battle Group mobilise and train with their Estonian counterparts, who are specialists in all aspects of fighting in woods and forests.

As a NATO level exercise, US and French troops have also taken part, with US Black Hawk helicopters being used as part of a Helicopter Assault Force alongside British and French troops.Pictured: Soldiers from 5 RIFLES battlegroup commence a Coy level attack in the forests of Estonia


Following on from the success of Exercise SPRING STORM, British troops are training with the Estonian Defence Force again on Exercise SABER STRIKE. This exercise has seen all elements of the 5 RIFLES Battle Group mobilise and train with their Estonian counterparts, who are specialists in all aspects of fighting in woods and forests.

As a NATO level exercise, US and French troops have also taken part, with US Black Hawk helicopters being used as part of a Helicopter Assault Force alongside British and French troops.

Photographer: Cpl Timothy Jones RLC Crown Copyright 2017
TIM_9247TIM_9247Pictured: The damage seen from the air.


As part of the United Kingdom’s response to the emerging disaster following Hurricane Irma, 40 Commando Royal Marines with support from unique, specialised personnel with equipment including medical, environmental health, engineering and communications have arrived in The British Virgin Isles to help those in need.



Photographer: Cpl Timothy Jones RLC Crown Copyright 2017
TIM_9753TIM_9753Pictured: Islanders go about their daily lives amongst the carnage caused by Hurricane Anguilla.

Task Force Anguilla has deployed forward from the Headquarters element in Barbados to help enable local recovery and establish governance on the Island. Meeting the Governor of Anguilla Tim Foy upon landing, troops have now begun reconnaissance of some of the worst hit areas and places in need of reconstruction. By assessing current infrastructure whilst concurrently contributing to the security of the people of Anguilla, the task force aims to bring reassurance to all those affected during this time of great need.

Task Force Anguilla has deployed forward from the Headquarters element in Barbados to help enable local recovery and establish governance on the Island. Meeting the Governor of Anguilla Tim Foy upon landing, troops have now begun reconnaissance of some of the worst hit areas and places in need of reconstruction. By assessing current infrastructure whilst concurrently contributing to the security of the people of Anguilla, the task force aims to bring reassurance to all those affected during this time of great need.


As part of the United KingdomÕs response to the emerging disaster following Hurricane Irma, 40 Commando Royal Marines with support from unique, specialised personnel with equipment including medical, environmental health, engineering and communications have arrived in The British Virgin Isles to help those in need.



Photographer: Cpl Timothy Jones RLC Crown Copyright 2017
TIM_0225TIM_0225Pictured: Royal Engineers help clear debris from the surrounding area of Princess Alexandra Hospital, Anguilla.


Royal Engineers and Royal Marines are forming a crucial part of the UK military's relief effort in the Caribbean following the devastation of Hurricane Irma. Princess Alexandra Hospital on the island of Anguilla has been hit hard and UK military personnel are working with the people of Anguilla and providing much needed assistance to ensure the hospital becomes safe and gets back to normality as quickly as possible.


Task Force Anguilla has deployed forward from the Headquarters element in Barbados to help enable local recovery and establish governance on the Island. Meeting the Governor of Anguilla Tim Foy upon landing, troops have now begun reconnaissance of some of the worst hit areas and places in need of reconstruction. By assessing current infrastructure whilst concurrently contributing to the security of the people of Anguilla, the task force aims to bring reassurance to all those affected during this time of great need.



Photographer: Cpl Timothy Jones RLC Crown Copyright 2017
ARMYHQ-2017-085-OP RUMAN-437-TJARMYHQ-2017-085-OP RUMAN-437-TJPictured: British Army Photographer cuts open a coconut whilst taking a break on the island of Anguilla.


Task Force Anguilla has deployed forward from the Headquarters element in Barbados to help enable local recovery and establish governance on the Island. Meeting the Governor of Anguilla Tim Foy upon landing, troops have now begun reconnaissance of some of the worst hit areas and places in need of reconstruction. By assessing current infrastructure whilst concurrently contributing to the security of the people of Anguilla, the task force aims to bring reassurance to all those affected during this time of great need.



Photographer: Cpl Timothy Jones RLC Crown Copyright 2017
TIM_0506TIM_0506Pictured: Royal Engineers, Army medics and Royal Marines help unload a boat full of food, water and essential items from the island of Barbados.


Task Force Anguilla has deployed forward from the Headquarters element in Barbados to help enable local recovery and establish governance on the Island. Meeting the Governor of Anguilla Tim Foy upon landing, troops have now begun reconnaissance of some of the worst hit areas and places in need of reconstruction. By assessing current infrastructure whilst concurrently contributing to the security of the people of Anguilla, the task force aims to bring reassurance to all those affected during this time of great need.



Photographer: Cpl Timothy Jones RLC Crown Copyright 2017

Anyway, I was scrolling through my phone recently and released that I take a lot of pictures whilst we eat our food at home or out and about. Not sure why I do it, maybe because it shows them in a completely natural way, no posing, doing something that they do everyday. It also captures some great moments between them both. 

Here are a few, 

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It's a funny little glimpse into our life!

Anyway, till next time! 

 

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