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Scoop Images: Operation Stabilise - ADF Pics

Troops Depart - Timorese Children Smile - Loading Tobruk - Food Drop - The Commander of Operation Stabilise - WARNING: large files.

The following images are supplied courtesy of the Australian Defence Force. - source ADF

DEPART - Australian troops set off from Darwin this morning to take part in Operation Stabilise in East Timor. Photo by CPL Andy Hall, Defence PR, Darwin - source ADF

SMILE - 'Time to Smile' - East Timorese children await immigration processing at the Marrar Sports Complex in Darwin. Photo by CPL Andy Hall, Defence PR, Darwin - source ADF

TOBRUK - Stores being loaded onto HMAS Tobruk at night. Photo by CPL Andy Hall, Defence PR, Darwin - source ADF

FOODDROP - The first of the food drops leaves a RAAF C-130 Hercules over East Timor today. Photo by CPL Andy Hall, Defence PR, Darwin - source ADF

MGEN - MAJGEN Cosgrove departing for East Timor from the RAAF Base in Darwin. Photo courtesy of Defrence PR, Darwin

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