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Scoop Images: Making Friends And Working Out

More images from Timor courtesy of the New Zealand Defence Force this time of service personnel working out and making friends at their base in Suai, East Timor.
Flying Officer Nigel Dwight (Auckland), Intelligence Officer, working out in Suai, East Timor. - photo LAC Nancy Cox
Corporal Lisa Clarke (Waitakere) and "Mr Wolf" with the children from a village neighbouring 3 squadron in Suai East Timor. Many of the personnel at 3 Squadron have developed a raport with the local children, and they meet in the middle of the runway after hours and play games, sing and teach each other English and Tetum. Lisa is called "Mama Lisa" by the children. - photo LAC Nancy Cox
Corporal Lisa Clarke with the children she has come to know well. - photo LAC Nancy Cox

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