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Image 1: Soldier with 5 Rifles on patrol in Afghanistan © Crown copyright 2014 photo/ Cpl Daniel Wiepen

Image 2a: U.S. Army M1A2 Abrams main battle tank assigned to the Minnesota National Guard races through a breach in a barbed wire obstacle during the 116th eXportable Combat Training Exercise at the Orchard Combat Training Center, Idaho © US Department of Defense 2014 photo/ Sgt. Leon Cook

Image 2b: HMS Northumberland at sea with Bahraini vessels during IMCMEX 14 © Crown copyright 2014 photo/ LA(Phot) Des Wade

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Image 4: Reaper Remotely Piloted Air System © Crown copyright 2014 photo/ Sgt. Ross Tilly (RAF)

Image 5: ANA Soldier Practicing CIED Techniques in Afghanistan © Crown copyright 2012 photo/ Cpl. Paul Morrison RLC

Image 5a: Afghan National Army Soldiers Search Roadway for IEDs © Crown copyright 2012 photo/ Sgt. Rupert Frere RLC

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Image 7: Royal Netherlands Marines move a role-playing captured insurgent during an urban training exercise involving U.S. Marines and Royal Marines at Camp Lejeune, N.C. © US Department of Defense 2016 photo/ Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Christopher A. Mendoza

Image 8: Army Cadets on Parade at RMAS Sandhurst © Crown copyright 2013 photo/ Michael Smith MoD

Image 9: U.S. Marine Cpl. Samuel Masse demonstrates mechanical advantage control holds technique on Cpl. Adrian Davis during the Non-Lethal Executive Seminar (NOLES) © US Department of Defense 2016 photo / Cpl. Jonathan E. LopezCruet

Image 10: Argentinian and British Soldiers Working together © Crown Copyright 2013 / Cpl. Steve Blake RLC

Image 11: 5 SCOTS Soldier Briefs Afghan National Policemen Prior to Operation  © Crown Copyright 2010 / Sgt. Rupert Frere RLC

Image 12: Army Reservist Training Ugandan Soldiers © Crown Copyright 2014 / Cpl. Daniel Wiepen RLC

Image 13: World Map of Weak States Copyright 2017 The Brookings Institution


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The companies that we work with continue to plan their response to the Coronavirus.  We are very grateful that this planning has allowed us to continue with our business during this uniquely challenging time. 


Given that we do not operate from a central office, there has been no disruption to our working environment and we continue to work as usual on a number of exciting new projects for publication in 2020/21.  

The Ingram Content Group, both our printer and distributor, are fortunate to be able to ship out of a number of large facilities around the world and where one has to shut down, they will transfer orders to another.  Their market leading service has a unique role to play in their ability to support rapid, single copy order fulfilment to reduce book travel and handling.


Finally, many of our books are available in electronic format either via Ingram direct or via Amazon which will allow your education and business to continue uninterrupted.

As the British Prime Minister said recently, 'Tis the season to be jolly but also the season to be jolly careful'.


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