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    Heavy - HARROGATE, ENGLAND - AUGUST 15: The Heavy Cavalry and Cambrai Band lead the way at a graduation parade for Junior Soldiers on August 15, 2013 in Harrogate, England. The Army Foundation College in Harrogate opened in 1998 and provides training for soldiers destined for all the Army's career paths and provides training for 1344 junior soldiers. During their time at the college the students are taught basic military skills and can achieve vocational qualifications, City and Guilds apprenticeships and take part in the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme. The graduation parade is the largest in Europe and is only exceeded in size by the Trooping of the Colour in London. Following the parade the students will go on for further specialist training before finally joining their units and moving forward with their military careers.

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    HARROGATE, ENGLAND - AUGUST 15: The Heavy Cavalry and Cambrai Band lead the way at a graduation parade for Junior Soldiers on August 15, 2013 in Harrogate, England. The Army Foundation College in Harrogate opened in 1998 and provides training for soldiers destined for all the Army's career paths and provides training for 1344 junior soldiers. During their time at the college the students are taught basic military skills and can achieve vocational qualifications, City and Guilds apprenticeships and take part in the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme. The graduation parade is the largest in Europe and is only exceeded in size by the Trooping of the Colour in London. Following the parade the students will go on for further specialist training before finally joining their units and moving forward with their military careers.
    • Heavy - HARROGATE, ENGLAND - AUGUST 15: The Heavy Cavalry and Cambrai Band lead the way at a graduation parade for Junior Soldiers on August 15, 2013 in Harrogate, England. The Army Foundation College in Harrogate opened in 1998 and provides training for soldiers destined for all the Army's career paths and provides training for 1344 junior soldiers. During their time at the college the students are taught basic military skills and can achieve vocational qualifications, City and Guilds apprenticeships and take part in the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme. The graduation parade is the largest in Europe and is only exceeded in size by the Trooping of the Colour in London. Following the parade the students will go on for further specialist training before finally joining their units and moving forward with their military careers.
    • Heavy - Ferry services resume as the heavy winter fog begins to lift from Sydney Harbour on June 3, 2008. After Sydney experienced record rainfall in April, May was the driest ever recorded with nearly three-quarters of the state being drought-declared or 'marginal'.
    • Heavy - HELGOLAND, GERMANY - AUGUST 03: Volunteers with the Helgoland Biological Institute (Biologische Anstalt Helgoland), part of the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research, load trays of baby European lobsters (Homarus gammarus) onto a boat to release them into the North Sea on August 3, 2013 at Helgoland Island, Germany. Scientists released a total of 415 one-year old lobsters as part of an effort to repopulate the lobster population around Helgoland (also called Heligoland). In the 19th century local fishermen caught up to 80,000 lobsters a year in the surrounding waters, combined with the heavy allied bombing of the island during and after World War II, as well as other environmental factors, decimated the lobster population.


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