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English: The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards (SCOTS DG, Squadron D) of the British Army with the MBT Challenger 2 during live fire training exercises in 2004 on Bergen-Hohne Training Area (Range SB 7B) (Lower Saxony, Germany).
Deutsch: Die Royal Scots Dragoon Guards (SCOTS DG, Squadron D) der British Army mit dem Challenger 2 Kampfpanzer während eines Manövers im Jahre 2004 auf dem NATO-Truppenübungsplatz Bergen (Schießbahn SB 7B) (Niedersachsen, Deutschland).
Italiano: I Royal Scots Dragoon Guards (SCOTS DG, Squadron D) del British Army con il carro da combattimento Challenger 2 durante una esercitazione militare nel 2004 sul poligono del NATO-Truppenübungsplatz Bergen (Bassa Sassonia, Germania).
Date 27 May 2004
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Author Fiorellino

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52° 45′ 37.36″ N, 9° 47′ 31.23″ E

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