Petty Officer Ian Walker, a deck hand on the RFA Cardigan Bay, Royal Fleet Auxiliary, U.K. Royal Navy, stands in front of an AH-64 Apache flown by pilots from 3rd Battalion, 159th Attack Reconnaissance Battalion, 42nd Combat Aviation Brigade (CAB), U.S. Army, on June 10, 2014, somewhere in the Arabian Gulf. The Apache pilots trained on deck landings and functioned as scouts for the Cardigan Bay during Exercise Spartan Kopis, an exchange between the Cardigan Bay and both the Black Hawk and AH-64 Apache elements of the 42nd CAB, New York Army National Guard. Spartan Kopis was the first time

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Petty Officer Ian Walker, a deck hand on the RFA Cardigan Bay, Royal Fleet Auxiliary, U.K. Royal Navy, stands in front of an AH-64 Apache flown by pilots from 3rd Battalion, 159th Attack Reconnaissance Battalion, 42nd Combat Aviation Brigade (CAB), U.S. Army, on June 10, 2014, somewhere in the Arabian Gulf. The Apache pilots trained on deck landings and functioned as scouts for the Cardigan Bay during Exercise Spartan Kopis, an exchange between the Cardigan Bay and both the Black Hawk and AH-64 Apache elements of the 42nd CAB, New York Army National Guard. Spartan Kopis was the first time
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Petty Officer Ian Walker, a deck hand on the RFA Cardigan Bay, Royal Fleet Auxiliary, U.K. Royal Navy, stands in front of an AH-64 Apache flown by pilots from 3rd Battalion, 159th Attack Reconnaissance Battalion, 42nd Combat Aviation Brigade (CAB), U.S. Army, on June 10, 2014, somewhere in the Arabian Gulf. The Apache pilots trained on deck landings and functioned as scouts for the Cardigan Bay during Exercise Spartan Kopis, an exchange between the Cardigan Bay and both the Black Hawk and AH-64 Apache elements of the 42nd CAB, New York Army National Guard. Spartan Kopis was the first time American Apaches worked with a Royal Navy ship to function as its eyes and ears during an escalation of force exercise in conjunction with the U.S.S. Thunderbolt, U.S. Navy. (N.Y. Army National Guard photo by Sgt. Harley Jelis/Released)

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