Category talk:Iberian Resolve
"Liberian Resolve" or "Iberian Resolve"?
What was the real name of this military exercise in May 2002, Bosnia-Herzegovina, participants: Portuguese Army and USAF? "Liberian Resolve" or "Iberian Resolve"? The files categorised in Category:Liberian resolve are:
- File:020602-F-EF201-001 Portuguese Army Captain (CPT) Rui Rodrigues, Commander, 1st Company, Operational Reserve (OPRES), mans the commander position aboard a Chaimite V-200 Armored Personnel Carrier.JPEG
- File:020602-F-EF201-002 A Chiamite V200 Armored Personnel Carrier transports Portuguese soldiers taking part in Iberian Resolve.jpeg
- File:020602-F-EF201-003 A OH-58D helicopter provides close air support for Portuguese Army Soldiers aboard a Chaimite.JPEG
- File:020602-F-EF201-004 A Portuguese Chiamite V200 Armored Personnel Carrier and a U.S. Army OH-58D Kiowa Warrior.jpeg
- File:020602-F-EF201-005 A Portuguese Chiamite V200 Armored Personnel Carrier (APC) outfitted with a 50 caliber machine gun engages a large rectangular target some two kilometers down range.jpeg
- File:020602-F-EF201-006 Cpl. Joao Coutinho, a Portuguese soldier with the 2nd Armored Division, operates a Browning 50 caliber machine gun aboard a Chiamite V200 Armored Personnel Carrier.jpeg
- File:020602-F-EF201-007 Sgt. Manuel Duarte, a Portuguese soldier with the 2nd Armored Division, operates a Browning 50 caliber machine gun aboard a Chiamite V200 Armored Personnel Carrier during exercise Iberian Resolve.jpeg
- File:020602-F-EF201-008 Sergio Avelar, a Portuguese soldier with the 2nd Armored Division, is the 3rd company commander.jpeg
- File:020602-F-EF201-010 Lance Modrell uses a Tactical Satellite phone to provide direction to a pair of OH-58D Kiowa Warrior.jpeg
- File:020602-F-EF201-012 pair of OH-58D Kiowa Warrior light attack helocopters belonging to Task Force 1-25 Aviation.jpeg
- File:020602-F-EF201-014 Portuguese soldiers prepare to fire a Milan anti tank missile.jpeg
- File:020602-F-EF201-015 Portuguese Army Soldiers from the 2nd Armored Division fire a Milan portable anti-tank weapon on the Glamoc live-fire range.JPEG
- File:020602-F-EF201-016 Milan anti tank missile fired by Portuguese soldiers from the 2nd Armored Division, makes its way.jpeg
- File:020602-F-EF201-017 Milan anti tank missile fired by Portuguese soldiers from the 2nd Armored Division, finds its mark.jpeg
- File:020602-F-EF201-018 Portuguese soldiers from the 2nd Armored Division, observe fellow soldiers on the ground.jpeg
- File:020602-F-EF201-019 James Monk, a Videographer assigned to the 30th Communications Squadron (CS), uses a digital video camera.JPEG
- File:020602-F-EF201-020 Portuguese soldiers from the 2nd Armored Division use Chaimite V200 Armored Personnel Carriers to steer their way.jpeg
- File:020602-F-EF201-021 Portuguese soldiers from the 2nd Armored Division use Chaimite V200 Armored Personnel Carriers to steer their way through the impact target area.jpeg
- File:020602-F-EF201-023 OH-58D Kiowa Warrior light attack helocopter belonging to Task Force 1-25 Aviation.jpeg
- File:020602-F-EF201-024 A convoy of Portuguese Army Chaimite V-200 Armored Personnel Carriers.JPEG
- File:020602-F-EF201-025 US Army Major Fred Choi (left) and Portuguese Army Lieutenant Colonel Isidro De Morais Pereira.JPEG
- File:An OH-58D Kiowa Warrior light attack helocopter belonging to Task Force 1-25 Aviation from Eagle base in Tuzla, takes part in Iberian Resolve.jpg
- File:James Monk (left) prepares to document a videotape interview with Portuguese Army Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Isidro De Morais Pereira.jpg
- File:OH-85D Chaimite DF-SD-04-079z6.jpg
- File:PoA Chaimite V-200 convoy DF-SD-04-08002.JPEG
- 2, 7 and 22 say "Iberian" in the title. None says "Liberian".
- 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19 and 22 say "Iberian" in description.
- 1, 3, 12, 16, 20, 21, 23, 24 and 25 say "Liberian" in description.
- In all images description equals EXIF.
- Author: Master Sgt. Scott Wagers, U.S. Air Force.
- Source: http://www.defenseimagery.mil
So, Iberian or Liberian? Check http://www.exercito.pt/sites/2BIMec-BrigMec/Publicacoes/Documents/Trilhos_02_n4(1).pdf, page 8. It says: Iberian. Cleary none of this has to do with Liberian. I'll recategorise everything in Category:Liberian resolve to Category:Iberian Resolve. Garsd (talk) 18:06, 13 January 2013 (UTC)