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INDIA-ATTACK/MINISTER
RTX213JD
January 05, 2016
India's Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar gestures during a news conference as India's Air Chief Marshal...
Pathankot, India
India's Defence Minister Parrikar gestures during a news conference as India's Air Chief Marshal Raha...
India's Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar gestures during a news conference as India's Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha (L) watches at the Indian Air Force (IAF) base at Pathankot in Punjab, India, January 5, 2016. Six militants who attacked an Indian air base have been confirmed killed, Parrikar said on Tuesday, adding that a four-day-old operation to secure the compound was still under way. REUTERS/Mukesh Gupta
BRITAIN/
RTR31I8G
May 02, 2012
Air Vice Marshal Stuart Atha, the Air Component Commander for Olympics Air Security, poses for photographers...
London, United Kingdom
Air Vice Marshal Stuart Atha, the Air Component Commander for Olympics Air Security, poses for photographers...
Air Vice Marshal Stuart Atha, the Air Component Commander for Olympics Air Security, poses for photographers at RAF Northolt in west London May 2, 2012. Four Typhoon jets arrived at the base on Wednesday to take part in defence exercises in advance of the London 2012 Olympic Games. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: MILITARY SPORT OLYMPICS)
BRITAIN/
RTR31I88
May 02, 2012
Air Vice Marshal Stuart Atha, the Air Component Commander for Olympics Air Security, poses for photographers...
London, United Kingdom
Air Vice Marshal Stuart Atha, the Air Component Commander for Olympics Air Security, poses for photographers...
Air Vice Marshal Stuart Atha, the Air Component Commander for Olympics Air Security, poses for photographers at RAF Northolt in west London May 2, 2012. Four Typhoon jets arrived at the base on Wednesday to take part in defence exercises in advance of the London 2012 Olympic Games. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: MILITARY SPORT OLYMPICS)
USA/
RTX22G4
November 17, 2007
Jill Lefranz (R), a Frontier Airlines flight attendant watches fellow flight attendant and Tactical Instructor...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Jill Lefranz (R), a Frontier Airlines flight attendant watches fellow flight attendant and Tactical Instructor Karen Anderson demonstrating strikes against a rubber mannequin during a crew member self-defense course provided by the Federal Air Marshals in Denver November 16, 2007. The course is required by the airline for all new flight crew. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES) REUTERS
USA/
RTX22FZ
November 17, 2007
Becky Klatt, a Frontier Airlines flight attendant, practices kicks against a pad during a crew member...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Frontier Airlines flight attendant Klatt practices kicks against a pad during a crew member self-defense...
Becky Klatt, a Frontier Airlines flight attendant, practices kicks against a pad during a crew member self-defense course provided by the Federal Air Marshals in Denver November 16, 2007. The course is required by the airline for all new flight crews. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTX21US
November 17, 2007
Judy Muguin (L) and Joan Sykes, both Frontier Airlines flight attendants, practice escaping an attacker...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Frontier Airlines flight attendants practice escaping an attacker during a crew member self-defense course...
Judy Muguin (L) and Joan Sykes, both Frontier Airlines flight attendants, practice escaping an attacker during a crew member self-defense course provided by the Federal Air Marshals in Denver November 16, 2007. The course is required by the airline for all new flight crew. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTX2165
November 17, 2007
Lisa Stromberg, a Continental Flight Attendant practices throwing off an attacker with Frontier In-Flight...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Continental Flight Attendant Stromberg practices throwing off an attacker with Frontier In-Flight Instructor...
Lisa Stromberg, a Continental Flight Attendant practices throwing off an attacker with Frontier In-Flight Instructor Joshua Smith during a crew member self-defense course provided by the Federal Air Marshals in Denver November 16, 2007. The course is required by the airline for all new flight crew. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTX215X
November 17, 2007
Assistant instructors Marlena Candelaria (L) and Martin Garland (R) demonstrate how to get free from...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Assistant instructors Candelaria and Garland demonstrate how to get free from an attacker for Frontier...
Assistant instructors Marlena Candelaria (L) and Martin Garland (R) demonstrate how to get free from an attacker, for Frontier Airlines flight attendants during a crew member self-defense course provided by the Federal Air Marshals in Denver, November 16, 2007. The course is required by the airline for all new flight crew. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
SPORT GOLF
RTR1HVYW
September 30, 2006
A marshal asks for quiet during the third round of the American Express Championship golf tournament...
Watford, United Kingdom
Marshal asks for quiet during American Express Championship golf tournament in Watford
A marshal asks for quiet during the third round of the American Express Championship golf tournament at the Grove in Watford, north of London, September 30, 2006. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN)
KOREA
RTR1GAAP
August 11, 2006
Retired Air Marshal Kim Sang-tae participates in a pro-U.S. and anti-North Korea rally in Seoul August...
Seoul, South Korea
Retired Air Marshal Kim Sang-tae participates in a pro-U.S. and anti-North Korea rally in Seoul
Retired Air Marshal Kim Sang-tae participates in a pro-U.S. and anti-North Korea rally in Seoul August 11, 2006. Protesters from various veterans' groups rallied in Seoul on Friday and denounced President Roh Moo-hyun who said on Wednesday the country can take over wartime command of its troops from the United States in as early as in three years. Seoul has faced criticism from conservative groups for a possible loss of national security through the move. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
SRILANKA MILITARY
RTR1AMN7
December 09, 2005
Sri Lanka's Army Commander Lieutenant General Sarath Fonseka (L), Chief of Defence Staff Admiral Daya...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka's Army Chief Fonseka Chief of Defence Staff Admiral Sandagiri and Commander of Air Force Air...
Sri Lanka's Army Commander Lieutenant General Sarath Fonseka (L), Chief of Defence Staff Admiral Daya Sandagiri (C) and Commander of the Air Force Air Marshal Donald Perera attending a news conference on the prevailing Security situation in the country's North and East in Colombo, Sri Lanka, December 9, 2005. Sri Lanka's armed forces do not expect the island's shaky peace process to collapse into war but were ready for battle and could defeat Tamil Tiger rebels if the need arose, the country's defence chiefs said on Friday. REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi
SRILANKA MILITARY
RTR1AMMS
December 09, 2005
Sri Lanka's Army Commander Lieutenant General Sarath Fonseka (L) talks to the media as Inspector General...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka's Army Commander Lieutenant General Fonseka talks to media during news conference in Colombo...
Sri Lanka's Army Commander Lieutenant General Sarath Fonseka (L) talks to the media as Inspector General of the Police Chandra Fernando (2nd L), Chief of Defence Staff Admiral Daya Sandagiri (2nd R), and Commander of the Air Force Air Marshal Donald Perera listen during a news conference on the prevailing Security situation in the country's North and East in Colombo, Sri Lanka, December 9, 2005. Sri Lanka's armed forces do not expect the island's shaky peace process to collapse into war but were ready for battle and could defeat Tamil Tiger rebels if the need arose, the country's defence chiefs said on Friday. REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi
YEAREND PICTURES
RTRDHSZ
July 23, 2002
Female Pakistani sky marshalls practise their martial arts skills
during a training session in Karachi...
Karachi, Pakistan - IslamicRepublicof
YEAREND PICTURES 2002.
Female Pakistani sky marshalls practise their martial arts skills
during a training session in Karachi July 24, 2002. Nine Pakistani
women and 50 men completed a 10-week unarmed combat and martial arts
training course earlier this week and will be deployed at airports and
on state-run Pakistan International Airline flights to combat hijacking
and terrorism attempts. Picture taken July 24, 2002. REUTERS/Zahid
Hussein

ZH/PB
ZIMBABWE
RTXKZOP
January 09, 2002
- FILE PHOTO 29MAY01 - Zimbabwe's military chiefs sent a clear signal January 9, 2002 that they would...
Harare, Zimbabwe
- FILE PHOTO 29MAY01 - Zimbabwe's military chiefs sent a clear signal January 9, 2002 that they woul.....
- FILE PHOTO 29MAY01 - Zimbabwe's military chiefs sent a clear signal January 9, 2002 that they would not accept a victory by the opposition in a presidential poll set for March 9-10. ["The security organisations will only stand in support of those political leaders that will pursue Zimbabwean values, traditions and beliefs for thousands of lives lost in pursuit of Zimbabwe's hard-won independence," Zimbabwe defence forces commander General Vitalis Zvinavashe] said in a statement. Zimbabwe Air Force commander Air Marshall Pherence Shiri (R) talks with Army Commander Constantine Chiwenga and Commander of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces Vitalis Zvinavashe (L) at the funeral of the late Defence Minister Moven Mahachi in this [May 29, 2001 file photograph.]
SECURITY MARSHALS
RTR83HA
September 26, 2001
File photo dated September 26, 2001 of a gun-wielding sky marshal
during a simulated hijacking aboard...
Atlantic City, United States of America
FILE PHOTO OF SKY MARSHALS DURING SIMULATED HIJACKING.
File photo dated September 26, 2001 of a gun-wielding sky marshal
during a simulated hijacking aboard a retired L-1011 aircraft at the
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) training facility in Pomona, New
Jersey. For the armed air marshals deployed on thousands of U.S.
airline flights each week disguised as passengers, such simulated
hijackings are a vital part of their training. FOR USE WITH FEATURE
SECURITY MARSHALS REUTERS/Tim Shaffer/Files

SV
ATTACK AIRLINES
RTRMP7G
September 13, 2001
U.S. Marshals move past stranded passengers at the Miami International
Airport, September 13, 2001....
Miami, United States of America
US MARSHALS MOVE PAST STRANDED PASSENGERS AT MIAMI AIRPORT.
U.S. Marshals move past stranded passengers at the Miami International
Airport, September 13, 2001. Security at the airport has been tightened
as air carriers begin to return to the skies two days after the
terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.
REUTERS/Colin Braley

CB/ME
ATTACK
RTRMP74
September 13, 2001
U.S. Marshals move to their posts at the Miami International Airport,
September 13, 2001. The security...
Miami, United States of America
US MARSHALS MOVE TO THEIR POSTS IN SECURE LOCATIONS AT MIAMI
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
U.S. Marshals move to their posts at the Miami International Airport,
September 13, 2001. The security at the airport has been tightened as
air carriers begin to return to the skies two days after the terrorist
attacks at the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. REUTERS/Colin
Braley

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INDONESIA
RTRJ1RH
June 02, 2001
MILITARY CHIEF WIDODO SALUTES WITH POLICE CHIEF AND OTHER MILITARY LEADERS AT SWEARING IN OF NEW CHIEF...
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of
MILITARY CHIEF WIDODO SALUTES WITH POLICE CHIEF AND OTHER MILITARY LEADERS AT SWEARING IN OF NEW ...
MILITARY CHIEF WIDODO SALUTES WITH POLICE CHIEF AND OTHER MILITARY LEADERS AT SWEARING IN OF NEW CHIEF SECURITY MINISTER AGUM GUMELA AT PRESIDENTIAL PALACE IN JAKARTA.


Indonesian Military Chief Admiral Widodo (R) salutes with Indonesia's National Police Chief Surojo Bimantoro (2nd from right), Chief of Air Force Field Marshall Hanafie Asnan (L) and Chief of the Marines Field Marshall Indroko at the swearing in ceremony of Indonesia's new Chief Security Minister Agum Gumelar at the Presidential Palace in Jakarta June 2, 2001. President Abdurrahman Whaid sacked his former chief security minister Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono yesterday as he faces impending impeachment hearings after parliament overwhelmingly demanded a special session of the top legislator to review his stumbling 19 month rule.
INDIA
RTR11NF9
July 07, 1999
Indian army chief General Ved Prakash Malik (L) confers with air force chief Air chief Marshal A.Y.Tipnis...
New Delhi, India
INDIAN ARMY CHIEF MALIK AND AIR FORCE CHIEF TIPNIS IN NEW DELHI.
Indian army chief General Ved Prakash Malik (L) confers with air force chief Air chief Marshal A.Y.Tipnis during a conference of state chief ministers to discuss the situation in Kashmir in New Delhi July 7. The Indian government on Wednesday said it will keep up its military offensive in northern Kashmir until all infiltrators are flushed out from India's side of the military control line with Pakistan, but it was ready to give diplomacy a chance to secure their retreat.

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