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Scoop Images: INTERFET Hands Over Dili Command



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At a parade to mark the close down of Dili Command, as part of the staged handover from INTERFET to UNTAET, Brigadier Martyn Dunne handed over command to Colonel Lima-Pinto from Portugal, who will command the new UNTAET Central Sector. The parade commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Mark Wheeler (Center), included soldiers from New Zealand, Australia, Italy, Kenya, Brazil and Portugal. – Photo LAC Nancy Cox NZDF


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Major General Cosgrove (INTERFET) and Lieutenant General de los Santos (UNTAET) review the march past of the parade to mark the close down of Dili Command. – Photo LAC Nancy Cox NZDF


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The UNTAET flag is unfurled for the first time. – Photo LAC Nancy Cox NZDF


Lieutenant Colonel Mark Wheeler, Lieutenant General de los Santos and Major General Cosgrove inspect the troops. – Photo LAC Nancy Cox NZDF


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