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BRITAIN-ROYALS/
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February 07, 2016
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (C) leaves a reception after attending an event to mark the...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge leaves a reception after attending an event to mark the 75th...
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (C) leaves a reception after attending an event to mark the 75th anniversary of the RAF Air Cadets, at The Royal Courts of Judtice in London, Britain February 7, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTX25U7I
February 07, 2016
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (C) leaves a reception after attending an event to mark the...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge leaves a reception after attending an event to mark the 75th...
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (C) leaves a reception after attending an event to mark the 75th anniversary of the RAF Air Cadets, at The Royal Courts of Judtice in London, Britain February 7, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTX25TWL
February 07, 2016
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (C) walks to a reception after attending an event to mark the...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge walks to a reception after attending an event to mark the 75th...
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (C) walks to a reception after attending an event to mark the 75th anniversary of the RAF Air Cadets, at St Clement Danes church in London, Britain February 7, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTX25TWJ
February 07, 2016
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (L) walks to a reception after attending an event to mark the...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge walks to a reception after attending an event to mark the 75th...
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (L) walks to a reception after attending an event to mark the 75th anniversary of the RAF Air Cadets, at St Clement Danes church in London, Britain February 7, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTX25TWA
February 07, 2016
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (C) walks to a reception after attending an event to mark the...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge walks to a reception after attending an event to mark the 75th...
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (C) walks to a reception after attending an event to mark the 75th anniversary of the RAF Air Cadets, at St Clement Danes church in London, Britain February 7, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTX25TQV
February 07, 2016
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (L) is greeted by Air Commodore Dawn McCafferty she arrives...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge is greeted by Air Commodore Dawn McCafferty she arrives at...
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (L) is greeted by Air Commodore Dawn McCafferty she arrives at an event to mark the 75th anniversary of the RAF Air Cadets, at St Clement Danes church in London, Britain February 7, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTX25TQQ
February 07, 2016
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (C) arrives at an event to mark the 75th anniversary of the...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge arrives at an event to mark the 75th anniversary of the RAF...
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (C) arrives at an event to mark the 75th anniversary of the RAF Air Cadets, at St Clement Danes church in London, Britain February 7, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTX25TQO
February 07, 2016
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (C) is greeted by Air Commodore Dawn McCafferty (R) she arrives...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge is greeted by Air Commodore Dawn McCafferty she arrives at...
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (C) is greeted by Air Commodore Dawn McCafferty (R) she arrives at an event to mark the 75th anniversary of the RAF Air Cadets, at St Clement Danes church in London, Britain February 7, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTX25TQK
February 07, 2016
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (L) is greeted by Air Commodore Dawn McCafferty she arrives...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge is greeted by Air Commodore Dawn McCafferty she arrives at...
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (L) is greeted by Air Commodore Dawn McCafferty she arrives at an event to mark the 75th anniversary of the RAF Air Cadets, at St Clement Danes church in London, Britain February 7, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTX25TQJ
February 07, 2016
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (R) is greeted by Air Commodore Dawn McCafferty she arrives...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge is greeted by Air Commodore Dawn McCafferty she arrives at...
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (R) is greeted by Air Commodore Dawn McCafferty she arrives at an event to mark the 75th anniversary of the RAF Air Cadets, at St Clement Danes church in London, Britain February 7, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTX25TQD
February 07, 2016
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (L) is greeted by Air Commodore Dawn McCafferty she arrives...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge is greeted by Air Commodore Dawn McCafferty she arrives at...
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (L) is greeted by Air Commodore Dawn McCafferty she arrives at an event to mark the 75th anniversary of the RAF Air Cadets, at St Clement Danes church in London, Britain February 7, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTX25TQC
February 07, 2016
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (L) is greeted by Air Commodore Dawn McCafferty she arrives...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge is greeted by Air Commodore Dawn McCafferty she arrives at...
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (L) is greeted by Air Commodore Dawn McCafferty she arrives at an event to mark the 75th anniversary of the RAF Air Cadets, at St Clement Danes church in London, Britain February 7, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTX25TQ6
February 07, 2016
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (R) is greeted by Air Commodore Dawn McCafferty she arrives...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge is greeted by Air Commodore Dawn McCafferty she arrives at...
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (R) is greeted by Air Commodore Dawn McCafferty she arrives at an event to mark the 75th anniversary of the RAF Air Cadets, at St Clement Danes church in London, Britain February 7, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTX25TQ5
February 07, 2016
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (L) is greeted by Air Commodore Dawn McCafferty she arrives...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge is greeted by Air Commodore Dawn McCafferty she arrives at...
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (L) is greeted by Air Commodore Dawn McCafferty she arrives at an event to mark the 75th anniversary of the RAF Air Cadets, at St Clement Danes church in London, Britain February 7, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
AUSTRALIA-ROYALS/
RTS68OA
November 10, 2015
Britain's Prince Charles (2nd R) and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall (C) meet with Australian Air Force...
Adelaide, Australia
Britain's Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall meet with Australian Air Force Air Commodore...
Britain's Prince Charles (2nd R) and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall (C) meet with Australian Air Force Air Commodore Stephen Meredith (2nd L) and his wife Susan Meredith in Adelaide, Australia, November 10, 2015. REUTERS/William West/Pool
NIGERIA-VIOLENCE/
RTR3L7GO
April 14, 2014
Air Commodore Charles Otegbade (3rd L), director of search and rescue operations, looks at the wreckage...
Abuja, Nigeria
Air Commodore Otegbade looks at the wreckage after a bomb blast at Nyayan bus terminal in Abuja
Air Commodore Charles Otegbade (3rd L), director of search and rescue operations, looks at the wreckage after a bomb blast at Nyayan bus terminal in Abuja, April 14, 2014. A morning rush-hour bomb killed at least 71 people at a Nigerian bus station near the capital on Monday, raising concerns about the spread of an Islamist insurgency after the first such attack on Abuja for two years. Suspicion fell on Boko Haram, though there was no immediate claim of responsibility from the Islamist group mainly active in the northeast. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde (NIGERIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST MILITARY)
MALAYSIA-AIRLINES/PINGS
RTR3KHPJ
April 09, 2014
Commodore Peter Leavy (R) of the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) gestures next to Angus Houston, a retired...
Perth, Australia
Commodore Peter Leavy of the Royal Australian Navy gestures next to Angus Houston, head of the Australian...
Commodore Peter Leavy (R) of the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) gestures next to Angus Houston, a retired air chief marshal and head of the Australian agency coordinating the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, as they address the media at Dumas House in Perth April 9, 2014. Australian officials said on Wednesday that two new "ping" signals had been detected in the search for missing MH370, injecting fresh confidence into the search that had been struggling with a lack of information. Houston said one ping was detected on Tuesday afternoon and lasted five minutes, 25 seconds, while a second was picked up on Tuesday night and lasted seven minutes. REUTERS/Richard Polden (AUSTRALIA - Tags: TRANSPORT MILITARY DISASTER)
MALAYSIA-AIRLINES/
RTR3JQ4J
April 03, 2014
Australia's Prime Minister Tony Abbott (L) and Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak tour the tarmac...
BULLSBROOK, Australia
Australia's Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak tour the tarmac of RAAF...
Australia's Prime Minister Tony Abbott (L) and Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak tour the tarmac of RAAF Base Pearce with Australian Air Force Group Commander Craig Heap (3rd R) and Commodore Peter Leavy (2nd R), commander of join task force 658, near Perth April 3, 2014. Najib visited the Australian search base for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 on Thursday as a nuclear-powered submarine joined the near-four week hunt that has so far failed to find any sign of the missing airliner and the 239 people on board. REUTERS/Rob Griffith/Pool (AUSTRALIA - Tags: MILITARY TRANSPORT POLITICS)
ZIMBABWE
RTX12W2K
August 25, 2013
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe addresses mourners at the funeral of retired Air Commodore Mike Karakadzai...
Harare, Zimbabwe
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe addresses mourners at the funeral of Karakadzai in Harare
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe addresses mourners at the funeral of retired Air Commodore Mike Karakadzai in Harare, August 25, 2013. Mugabe threatened "tit-for-tat" retaliation against companies from Britain and the United States on Sunday if the Western nations persisted in pressuring his government with sanctions and what he called "harassment". Mugabe's latest verbal broadside against his main Western critics followed their questioning of his re-election in a July 31 vote that his rival Morgan Tsvangirai denounced as a "coup by ballot" which he said involved widespread vote-rigging. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo (ZIMBABWE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
ZIMBABWE
RTX12W2J
August 25, 2013
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe addresses mourners at the funeral of retired Air Commodore Mike Karakadzai...
Harare, Zimbabwe
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe addresses mourners at the funeral of Karakadzai in Harare
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe addresses mourners at the funeral of retired Air Commodore Mike Karakadzai in Harare, August 25, 2013. Mugabe threatened "tit-for-tat" retaliation against companies from Britain and the United States on Sunday if the Western nations persisted in pressuring his government with sanctions and what he called "harassment". Mugabe's latest verbal broadside against his main Western critics followed their questioning of his re-election in a July 31 vote that his rival Morgan Tsvangirai denounced as a "coup by ballot" which he said involved widespread vote-rigging. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo (ZIMBABWE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
GERMANY/
RTXV8PN
November 30, 2010
German Defence Minister Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg (3rd R), German air force Chief of Staff Aarne Kreuzinger-Janik...
Jagel, Germany
German Defence Minister zu Guttenberg attends welcome ceremony for Tornado jet fighter of reconnaissance...
German Defence Minister Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg (3rd R), German air force Chief of Staff Aarne Kreuzinger-Janik (2nd R), Karsten Stoye (R), commodore of the reconnaissance squadron 51 'Immelmann', and squad members (L) salute during a welcome ceremony for Tornado jet fighter of the reconnaissance squadron 51 'Immelmann' at Schleswig airbase in Jagel near the German-Danish border November 30, 2010. The six Tornado jets with reconnaissance equipment returned on Thuesday from their ISAF mission in Afghanistan. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS)
GERMANY/
RTXV8OO
November 30, 2010
German Defence Minister Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg speaks to soldiers and guests beside German air force...
Jagel, Germany
German Defence Minister zu Guttenberg speaks during welcome ceremony for Tornado jet fighter of reconnaissance...
German Defence Minister Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg speaks to soldiers and guests beside German air force Chief of Staff Aarne Kreuzinger-Janik (2nd L) and Karsten Stoye (L), commodore of the reconnaissance squadron 51 'Immelmann', during a welcome ceremony for Tornado jet fighter of the reconnaissance squadron 51 'Immelmann' at Schleswig airbase in Jagel near the German-Danish border November 30, 2010. The six Tornado jets with reconnaissance equipment returned on Thuesday from their ISAF mission in Afghanistan. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS)
GERMANY/
RTXV8OB
November 30, 2010
German Defence Minister Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg (3rd R), German air force Chief of Staff Aarne Kreuzinger-Janik...
Jagel, Germany
German Defence Minister zu Guttenberg, German air force Chief of Staff Kreuzinger-Janik and commodore...
German Defence Minister Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg (3rd R), German air force Chief of Staff Aarne Kreuzinger-Janik (2nd R) and Karsten Stoye (R), commodore of the reconnaissance squadron 51 'Immelmann', welcome Tornado jet fighter crew of the reconnaissance squadron 51 'Immelmann' upon arrival at Schleswig airbase in Jagel near the German-Danish border November 30, 2010. The six Tornado jets with reconnaissance equipment returned on Tuesday from their ISAF mission in Afghanistan. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS)
ARMS INDIA
RTR1HIZ7
September 20, 2006
Oxfam's control arms policy advisor Binalakshmi Nepram Mentschel (L) speaks as India's retired Air Commodore...
New Delhi, India
Oxfam's control arms policy advisor Mentschel speaks as India's retired Air Commodore Dikshit looks on...
Oxfam's control arms policy advisor Binalakshmi Nepram Mentschel (L) speaks as India's retired Air Commodore Prashant Dikshit looks on during a news conference in New Delhi September 20, 2006. A flourishing illegal trade in arms is fuelling a myriad of conflicts in India and the South Asian region, and the government in New Delhi needs to take a leading role in stamping it out, Oxfam said on Wednesday. REUTERS/B Mathur (INDIA)
QUAKE PAKISTAN NATO
RTR19D3P
January 31, 2006
NATO ambassador Maurits Jochems (C) speaks to reporters with Pakistani military spokesman Major-General...
Islamabad, Pakistan
NATO ambassador Jochems speaks to reporters with Pakistani Major-General Sultan and Air Commodore Walton...
NATO ambassador Maurits Jochems (C) speaks to reporters with Pakistani military spokesman Major-General Shaukat Sultan (R) and Commander of the NATO mission, Air Commodore Andy Walton during a joint news conference in Islamabad January 31, 2006. NATO on Tuesday ended its earthquake relief operation in Pakistan, the first big disaster mission involving ground troops outside an alliance country. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood
PAKISTAN NATO
RTR17VRU
January 08, 2006
Air Commodore Andrew Walton, the British commander of the NATO force in Pakistan, speaks during an interview...
Islamabad, Pakistan
Air Commodore Andrew Walton speaks during an interview with Reuters in Islamabad
Air Commodore Andrew Walton, the British commander of the NATO force in Pakistan, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Islamabad January 8, 2006. NATO will begin winding down emergency relief operations in Pakistani Kashmir later this week hopeful that stricken communities in the mountainous region are being supported well enough to survive the Himalayan winter. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood
PAKISTAN NATO
RTR17VRS
January 08, 2006
Air Commodore Andrew Walton, the British commander of the NATO force in Pakistan, speaks during an interview...
Islamabad, Pakistan
Air Commodore Andrew Walton speaks during an interview with Reuters in Islamabad
Air Commodore Andrew Walton, the British commander of the NATO force in Pakistan, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Islamabad January 8, 2006. NATO will begin winding down emergency relief operations in Pakistani Kashmir later this week hopeful that stricken communities in the mountainous region are being supported well enough to survive the Himalayan winter. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood
SECURITY KOREA AUSTRALIA
RTR9JDH
August 30, 2004
South Korea's Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Ban Ki-moon, lays a wreath at a Korean War memorial...
Canberra, Australia
South Korea's Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Ban Ki-moon, lays a wreath at a Korean War ...
South Korea's Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Ban Ki-moon, lays a wreath at a Korean War memorial in Canberra. South Korea's Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade Ban Ki-moon (C) is flanked by South Korean Defence attache to Australia Col. Kim Hyun Chun (R) and Australian Air Commodore John Clarkson as he lays a wreath at a Korean War memorial in Canberra August 30, 2004. Ban met various Australian ministers and spoke to journalists on North Korea's nuclear ambitions, trade and terrorism during his one-day trip to the Australian capital. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
SECURITY KOREA AUSTRALIA
RTR9JDA
August 30, 2004
South Korea's Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Ban Ki-moon, lays a wreath at a Korean War memorial...
Canberra, Australia
South Korea's Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Ban Ki-moon, lays a wreath at a Korean War ...
South Korea's Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Ban Ki-moon, lays a wreath at a Korean War memorial in Canberra. South Korea's Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade Ban Ki-moon (C) is flanked by South Korean Defence attache to Australia Col. Kim Hyun Chun (R) and Australian Air Commodore John Clarkson as he lays a wreath at a Korean War memorial in Canberra August 30, 2004. Ban met various Australian ministers and spoke to journalists on North Korea's nuclear ambitions, trade and terrorism during his one-day trip to the Australian capital. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
ARGENTINA
RTR7UAJ
November 28, 2003
American-born pilot Jennifer Murray (L) and her partner Colin Bodill
(2nd L) are welcomed after landing...
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
HELICOPTER PILOTS MURRAY AND BODILL ARE WELCOMED IN BUENOS AIRES.
American-born pilot Jennifer Murray (L) and her partner Colin Bodill
(2nd L) are welcomed after landing her Bell 407 helicopter by
Vice-commodore Gustavo Lema (2nd R) and Argentine veteran pilot Maria
Vich Ayala, in Buenos Aires, November 28, 2003. Murray took off from
New York on October 22 in a five-month, 32,000 nautical mile attempt to
be the first person to fly a helicopter around the world via the poles.
Murray and her partner Bodill hope to reach the South Pole around
December 16. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian

EM/GN
CRASH PAKISTAN
RTREIDZ
February 20, 2003
The commander of Pakistan's air force, Air Chief Marshal Mushaf Ali Mir
is seen in Islamabad in this...
Islamabad, Pakistan - IslamicRepublicof
PAKISTAN AIR CHIEF MARSHAL MUSHAF ALI MIR SEEN IN THIS NOVEMBER 2002
PHOTO IN ISLAMABAD.
The commander of Pakistan's air force, Air Chief Marshal Mushaf Ali Mir
is seen in Islamabad in this November 16, 2002 photo in Islamabad.
Mushaf Ali Mir, and 16 other people were killed when a military plane
crashed in northwest Pakistan on February 20, 2003, the air force said.
Air force spokesman Air Commodore Sarfraz Ahmed Khan told Reuters the
debris of the Fokker-27 aircraft had been found 27 km (17 miles) east
of the town of Kohat. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed

MK/CP
CRASH PAKISTAN
RTREIDR
February 20, 2003
The commander of Pakistan's air force, Air Chief Marshal Mushaf Ali Mir
is seen in Islamabad in this...
Islamabad, Pakistan - IslamicRepublicof
PAKISTAN AIR CHIEF MARSHAL MUSHAF ALI MIR SEEN IN THIS NOVEMBER 2002
PHOTO IN ISLAMABAD.
The commander of Pakistan's air force, Air Chief Marshal Mushaf Ali Mir
is seen in Islamabad in this November 16, 2002 photo in Islamabad.
Mushaf Ali Mir, and 16 other people were killed when a military plane
crashed in northwest Pakistan on February 20, 2003, the air force said.
Air force spokesman Air Commodore Sarfraz Ahmed Khan told Reuters the
debris of the Fokker-27 aircraft had been found 27 km (17 miles) east
of the town of Kohat. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed

MK/CP
AIRLINES COCPIT
RTR18YR
February 07, 2002
Argentine Air Force vice-commodore Osvaldo Marinzalda talks to
reporters at the Buenos Aires International...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
ARGENTINE AIR FORCE OFFICER TALKS TO REPORTERS OVER UNITED AIRLINES
FLIGHT INCIDENT.
Argentine Air Force vice-commodore Osvaldo Marinzalda talks to
reporters at the Buenos Aires International airport, February 7, 2002.
Marinzalda was commenting on the incidence of an apparently drunken
unarmed Uruguayan passenger, identified as Pablo Moreira, who tried to
force himself into the loocked cockpit a United Airlines flight from
Miami to Buenos Aires before pilots hit him with an axe and tied him
up. The man was arrested when the Boeing 777 carrying 142 passengers
and 15 crew landed safely in Buenos Aires airport. REUTERS/Marcos
Haupa

EM
KASHMIR INDIA STRIKE
RTRPI46
May 26, 1999
Air Commodore Subash Bhojwani (R) gestures as Brigadier Mohan Bhandari, director-general of military...
New Delhi, India
INDIAN DEFENCE OFFICIALS SPEAK DURING A NEWS CONFERENCE IN NEW DELHI.
Air Commodore Subash Bhojwani (R) gestures as Brigadier Mohan Bhandari, director-general of military operations looks on, during a news conference in New Delhi May 26, after India launched air strikes against guerrillas in its Kashmir province. The military officials said the air strikes were aimed at what they called Pakistan-backed Afghan infiltrators who had dug themselves on the Indian side of a ceasefire line.

KK/CC/AA
GERMANY
RTRO95W
April 20, 1999
British Prime Minister Tony Blair (L) talks to journalists in front of a Tornado fighter jet of the Royal...
Brueggen, Germany
BRITISH PRIME MINISTER TONY BLAIR AND AIR COMMODORE IAIN MCNICOLL AT BRUGGEN AIRBASE.
British Prime Minister Tony Blair (L) talks to journalists in front of a Tornado fighter jet of the Royal Air Force as Air Commodore Iain McNicoll stands beside him at Brueggen airbase near the Dutch-German border April 20. RAF Tornados from Brueggen are taking part in NATO's airstrikes against Yugoslavia.

AKW/GB
YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO NATO
RTRNV60
April 09, 1999
NATO spokesman Jamie Shea (R) and Air Commodore David Wilby (L) of the British Royal Air Force hold a...
Brussels, Belgium
NATO SPOKESMAN JAMIE SHEA AND AIR COMMODORE WILBY AT NEWS CONFERENCE.
NATO spokesman Jamie Shea (R) and Air Commodore David Wilby (L) of the British Royal Air Force hold a news conference at Alliance headquarters in Brussels April 9 on the allied air operations against Yugoslav military targets. NATO said one of three bombs aimed at the main telephone exchange (PTT) in the centre of the Kosovo capital Pristina struck a residential area.

HRM/
YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO NATO
RTRNTVB
April 08, 1999
Italian Navy Commodore Fabrizio Maltinti addresses a news conference at Alliance headquarters in Brussels...
Brussels, Belgium
ITALIAN NAVY COMMODORE FABRIZIO MALTINTI AT NEWS CONFERENCE.
Italian Navy Commodore Fabrizio Maltinti addresses a news conference at Alliance headquarters in Brussels April 8 on the 16th day of allied air operations against Yugoslav military targets.

HRM/
KOSOVO
RTXIWL6
April 07, 1999
NATO spokesman Jamie Shea (R) speaks during a news conference with Air Commodore David Wilby (L) at Alliance...
Brussels, Belgium
NATO spokesman Jamie Shea (R) speaks during a news conference with Air Commodore David Wilby (L) at .....
NATO spokesman Jamie Shea (R) speaks during a news conference with Air Commodore David Wilby (L) at Alliance headquarters in Brussels April 7 on the 15th day of allied air operations against Yugoslav military targets. NATO said it had launched its heaviest air raids so far and told Yugoslav President [Slobodan Milosevic] he must accept five key demands before the alliance considers stopping its bombing campaign.
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YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO NATO
RTRNSLZ
April 07, 1999
Air Commodore David Wilby of the British Royal Air Force speaks during a news conference at Alliance...
Brussels, Belgium
AIR COMMODORE DAVID WILBY AT NATO HEADQUARTERS.
Air Commodore David Wilby of the British Royal Air Force speaks during a news conference at Alliance headquarters in Brussels April 7 on the 15th day of allied air operations against Yugoslav military targets. NATO said it had launched its heaviest air raids so far and told Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic he must accept five key demands before the alliance considers stopping its bombing campaign.

HRM/
YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO NATO
RTRNSJP
April 07, 1999
NATO spokesman Jamie Shea (R) speaks during a news conference with Air Commodore David Wilby (L) at Alliance...
Brussels, Belgium
NATO SPOKESMAN JAMIE SHEA AND AIR COMMODORE DAVID WILBY AT NEWS CONFERENCE.
NATO spokesman Jamie Shea (R) speaks during a news conference with Air Commodore David Wilby (L) at Alliance headquarters in Brussels April 7 on the 15th day of allied air operations against Yugoslav military targets. NATO said it had launched its heaviest air raids so far and told Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic he must accept five key demands before the alliance considers stopping its bombing campaign.

HRM/JDP
YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO NATO
RTRNRBB
April 06, 1999
NATO spokesman Jamie Shea (R) speaks during a news conference with Air Commodore David Wilby (L) at Alliance...
Brussels, Belgium
NATO'S JAMIE SHEA AT NEWS CONFERENCE.
NATO spokesman Jamie Shea (R) speaks during a news conference with Air Commodore David Wilby (L) at Alliance headquarters in Brussels April 6 on the 14th day of allied air operations against Yugoslav military targets. NATO said that it was possible that one of its weapons fell short of its target in an attack on the Yugoslav town of Aleksinac, where Serbian media say five people were killed.

HRM/
YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO NATO
RTRNR9L
April 06, 1999
Air Commodore David Wilby of the British Royal Air Force speaks during a news conference at Alliance...
Brussels, Belgium
AIR COMMODORE DAVID WILBY AT NEWS CONFERENCE.
Air Commodore David Wilby of the British Royal Air Force speaks during a news conference at Alliance headquarters in Brussels April 6 on the 14th day of allied air operations against Yugoslav military targets. NATO said that it was possible that one of its weapons fell short of its target in an attack on the Yugoslav town of Aleksinac, where Serbian media say five people were killed.

HRM/
F 16
RTXIWGB
April 05, 1999
A USAF F-16 Falcon fighter returns to the Aviano Air base, in the northen of Italy after a morning flight...
Aviano, Italy
A USAF F-16 Falcon fighter returns to the Aviano Air base, in the northen of Italy after a morning .....
A USAF F-16 Falcon fighter returns to the Aviano Air base, in the northen of Italy after a morning flight April 5. NATO military spokesman Air Commodore David Wilby said on Monday, in the latest wave of air raids overnight, NATO warplanes had hit targets including pertroleum production facilitie, airfields, air defences, ammunition stores and bridges.
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F 18
RTXIWDQ
April 05, 1999
An Canadian F-18 Hornet fighter returns to Aviano Air base, in northen Italy April 5. NATO military...
Aviano, Italy
An Canadian F-18 Hornet fighter returns to Aviano Air base, in northen Italy April 5. NATO militar.....
An Canadian F-18 Hornet fighter returns to Aviano Air base, in northen Italy April 5. NATO military spokesman Air Commodore David Wilby said on Monday, in the latest wave of air raids overnight, NATO warplanes had hit targets including pertroleum production facilitie, airfields, air defences, ammunition stores and bridges.
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YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO NATO
RTRNQ7B
April 05, 1999
Air Commodore David Wilby of the British Royal Air Force (L) and NATO spokesman Jamie Shea (R) answer...
Brussels, Belgium
AIR COMMODORE DAVID WILBY AND NATO SPOKESMAN JAMIE SHEA SPEAK.
Air Commodore David Wilby of the British Royal Air Force (L) and NATO spokesman Jamie Shea (R) answer journalists' questions during a briefing at Alliance headquarters in Brussels April 5 on the fourteenth day of allied air operations against Yugoslav military targets. Wilby said improving weather over the target area would allow NATO to intensify attacks on Yugoslav ground forces in Kosovo.

BEN/
YUGOSLAVIA-NATO
RTRNPZ4
April 05, 1999
A USAF F-16 Falcon fighter returns to the Aviano Air base, in the northen of Italy after a morning flight...
Aviano, Italy
USAF F-16 FIGHTER RETURNS TO THE AVIANO AIR BASE.
A USAF F-16 Falcon fighter returns to the Aviano Air base, in the northen of Italy after a morning flight April 5. NATO military spokesman Air Commodore David Wilby said on Monday, in the latest wave of air raids overnight, NATO warplanes had hit targets including pertroleum production facilitie, airfields, air defences, ammunition stores and bridges.

SR/AA
YUGOSLAVIA-NATO
RTRNPYS
April 05, 1999
An Canadian F-18 Hornet fighter returns to Aviano Air base, in northen Italy April 5. NATO military spokesman...
Aviano, Italy
CANADA F-18 HORNET FIGHTER RETURN TO THE AVIANO AIR BASE.
An Canadian F-18 Hornet fighter returns to Aviano Air base, in northen Italy April 5. NATO military spokesman Air Commodore David Wilby said on Monday, in the latest wave of air raids overnight, NATO warplanes had hit targets including pertroleum production facilitie, airfields, air defences, ammunition stores and bridges.

SR/AA
YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO NATO
RTRNP63
April 04, 1999
NATO spokesman Jamie Shea (R) picks out a questioner during a news conference with Air Commodore David...
Brussels, Belgium
NATO SPOKESMAN JAMIE SHEA AND AIR COMMODORE DAVID WILBY AT NEWS CONFERENCE.
NATO spokesman Jamie Shea (R) picks out a questioner during a news conference with Air Commodore David Wilby (L) at Alliance headquarters in Brussels April 4. Shea said a number of NATO member nations had agreed to give temporary shelter to refugees. Germany had agreed to take 40,000, the United States 20,000, Turkey 20,000, Norway 6,000, Canada 5,000 and Greece 5,000.

BEN/AA
YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO NATO
RTRNOEK
April 03, 1999
Air Commodore David Wilby of the British Royal Air Force answers journalist's question during a news...
Brussels, Belgium
AIR COMMODORE DAVID WILBY ANSWERS JOURNALIST'S QUESTION DURING A NEWS CONFERENCE.
Air Commodore David Wilby of the British Royal Air Force answers journalist's question during a news conference at Alliance headquarters in Brussels April 3 on the 11th day of allied air operations against Yugoslav military targets. NATO directed its Supreme Commander General Wesley Clark to set up a headquarters in Albania for a NATO force of 6,000 troops to speed up and protect the delivery of aid to Kosovo Albanian refugees.

BEN/AA
YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO NATO
RTRNODS
April 03, 1999
NATO spokesman Jamie Shea (R) picks out a questioner during a news conference with Air Commodore David...
Brussels, Belgium
NATO SPOKESMAN JAMIE SHEA AND AIR COMMODORE DAVID WILBY AT NEWS CONFERENCE.
NATO spokesman Jamie Shea (R) picks out a questioner during a news conference with Air Commodore David Wilby (L) at Alliance headquarters in Brussels April 3 on the 11th day of allied air operations against Yugoslav military targets. NATO directed its Supreme Commander General Wesley Clark to set up a headquarters in Albania for a NATO force of 6,000 troops to speed up and protect the delivery of aid to Kosovo Albanian refugees.

BEN/
YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO NATO
RTRNN7C
April 02, 1999
NATO spokesman Jamie Shea (R) listens to reporters' questions during a news conference with Air Commodore...
Brussels, Belgium
NATO SPOKESMAN JAMIE SHEA AND AIR COMMODORE DAVID WILBY AT NEWS CONFERENCE.
NATO spokesman Jamie Shea (R) listens to reporters' questions during a news conference with Air Commodore David Wilby (L) at Alliance headquarters in Brussels April 2 on the tenth day of allied air operations against Yugoslav military targets. NATO said that the number of ethnic Albanians forced to flee their homes in Kosovo over the past year of conflict had now reached 634,000, or one third of the province's original population.

HRM/BLA/AA
YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO NATO
RTRNN75
April 02, 1999
NATO spokesman Jamie Shea (R) speaks at a news conference with Air Commodore David Wilby (L) at Alliance...
Brussels, Belgium
NATO SPOKESMAN JAMIE SHEA AND AIR COMMODORE DAVID WILBY AT NEWS CONFERENCE.
NATO spokesman Jamie Shea (R) speaks at a news conference with Air Commodore David Wilby (L) at Alliance headquarters in Brussels April 2 on the tenth day of allied air operations against Yugoslav military targets. NATO said that the number of ethnic Albanians forced to flee their homes in Kosovo over the past year of conflict had now reached 634,000, or one third of the province's original population.

HRM/BLA/AA
YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO NATO
RTRNN6Z
April 02, 1999
NATO spokesman Jamie Shea (R) speaks at a news conference with Air Commodore David Wilby (L) at Alliance...
Brussels, Belgium
NATO SPOKESMAN SHEA AND AIR COMMODORE DAVID WILBY AT NEWS CONFERENCE.
NATO spokesman Jamie Shea (R) speaks at a news conference with Air Commodore David Wilby (L) at Alliance headquarters in Brussels April 2, on the tenth day of allied air operations against Yugoslav military targets. NATO said that the number of ethnic Albanians forced to flee their homes in Kosovo over the past year of conflict had now reached 634,000, or one third of the province's original population.

HRM/BLA/AA
YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO NATO
RTRNKBN
March 31, 1999
NATO spokesman Jamie Shea moves his arms during a daily briefing with Air Commodore David Wilby at Alliance...
Brussels, Belgium
NATO SPOKESMAN JAMIE SHEA AT NEWS CONFERENCE.
NATO spokesman Jamie Shea moves his arms during a daily briefing with Air Commodore David Wilby at Alliance headquarters in Brussels March 31. NATO said today that it had reports that ethnic Albanians were being forcibly expelled from the Kosovo capital, Pristina, and from the town of Orahovac to the south west of the province.

NK/NA
YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO NATO
RTRNKB3
March 31, 1999
Air Commodore David Wilby speaks during a daily briefing at Alliance headquarters in Brussels March 31....
Brussels, Belgium
AIR COMMODORE DAVID WILBY AT NEWS CONFERENCE.
Air Commodore David Wilby speaks during a daily briefing at Alliance headquarters in Brussels March 31. NATO said today that it had reports that ethnic Albanians were being forcibly expelled from the Kosovo capital, Pristina, and from the town of Orahovac to the south west of the province.

NK/NA
YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO NATO
RTRNIK3
March 30, 1999
NATO spokesman Jamie Shea (R) speaks during a news conference with Air Commodore David Wilby (L) at Alliance...
Brussels, Belgium
NATO SPOKESMAN JAMIE SHEA AND AIR COMMODORE DAVID WILBY AT NEWS CONFERENCE.
NATO spokesman Jamie Shea (R) speaks during a news conference with Air Commodore David Wilby (L) at Alliance headquarters in Brussels March 30. Shea said that the situation in Kosovo, where Yugoslav forces had forced 118,000 ethnic Albanians to flee in the past week, now resembled "a modern day great terror".

NK/NA
YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO NATO
RTRNHAC
March 29, 1999
NATO spokesman Jamie Shea (R) speaks at a news conference with Air Commodore David Wilby (L) at Alliance...
Brussels, Belgium
NATO SPOKESMAN JAMIE SHEA AND AIR COMMODORE DAVID WILBY AT NEWS CONFERENCE.
NATO spokesman Jamie Shea (R) speaks at a news conference with Air Commodore David Wilby (L) at Alliance headquarters in Brussels March 29 on the sixth day of allied air operations against Yugoslav military targets. Shea said NATO mission is a methodical, systematic and progressive air campaign to strip the Serb leadership bare of their military capabilities.

NK/NA/CLH/
YUGOSLAVIA EXECUTIONS
RTRNGZN
March 29, 1999
FILE PHOTO - A recent file photo of Fehmi Agani, one of the main Kosovo Albanian participants of a 16-strong...
Brussels, Belgium
FILE PHOTO OF KOSOVO ALBANIAN LEADER FEHMI AGANI.
FILE PHOTO - A recent file photo of Fehmi Agani, one of the main Kosovo Albanian participants of a 16-strong delegation in the Kosovo peace talks with the Serbian government at Rambouillet. NATO said March 29 that a number of Kosovo Albanian leaders, including Agani, were executed on Sunday. NATO military spokesman Air Commodore David Wilby told a news conference that reliable sources had reported that four other prominent Albanians were also executed on Sunday, including Baton Haxhiu, editor in chief of the main Kosovo Albanian newspaper, Koha Ditore.

CLH/
YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO NATO
RTRNFXA
March 28, 1999
Air Commodore David Wilby of the Britain Royal Air Force answers journalist's question during a briefing...
Brussels, Belgium
AIR COMMODORE DAVID WILBY OF THE BRITAIN ROYAL AIR FORCE ANSWERS JOURNALIST'S QUESTION AT NATO.
Air Commodore David Wilby of the Britain Royal Air Force answers journalist's question during a briefing at NATO headquarters in Brussels March 28 on the fifth day of allied air operations against Yugoslav military targets. Wilby said NATO commanders were moving to phase two of their air campaign, attacking ground forces in Kosovo.

BEN/JRE
YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO NATO
RTRNFWX
March 28, 1999
Air Commodore David Wilby of the British Royal Air Force answers journalists' questions during a briefing...
Brussels, Belgium
AIR COMMODORE DAVID WILBY ANSWERS JOURNALISTS' QUESTIONS AT NATO.
Air Commodore David Wilby of the British Royal Air Force answers journalists' questions during a briefing at NATO headquarters in Brussels March 28 on the fifth day of allied air operations against Yugoslav military targets. Wilby said NATO commanders were moving to phase two of their air campaign, attacking ground forces in Kosovo.

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