Soldiers disembark on the battlefield during a joint operation by British troops and the Afghan police to regain control in Helmand Province in Afghanistan. This photo was honored in the “Operation Herrick” category. Professional Portfolio ”of the Army Photographic Competition. The author of this photo, Sergeant Rupert Frere, won the five categories of the photo contest.
Tank on the battlefield in Helmand province in Afghanistan. This shot, taken by Sergeant Jamie Peters, took second place in the “Operation Herrick” category. Professional portfolio.
Sergeant Jamie Peters lost first place to Corporal Paul Shaw in the Professional Portfolio category.
The picture “Afghan gaze”, made by Major Andrew Whitehead-Hughes, took second place in the Amatorsky Portfolio category.
Corporal of the Royal Artillery Regiment, Carl Hines firing into the crackdown, providing cover for the military, who cross the open area in Lashkargah, Afghanistan. Photo from sergeant Rupert Frere's photoset, which was declared the winner in the “Operation“ Herrick ”category. Professional portfolio.
A soldier of the Royal Highland Fusilier Regiment, 18-year-old John Bryant, is on patrol in Helmand province, Afghanistan.
The US Army 502 Paratrooper Regiment provides barrage for the Royal Engineers Corps during the HAMKARI military operation in Afghanistan. Photo from sergeant Rupert Frere's photoset, which was declared the winner in the “Operation“ Herrick ”category. Professional portfolio.
Soldiers pull the rope in the military academy in Kabul. This picture, taken by Major Andrew Whitehead-Hughes, won first place in the Amatorsky Sport category.
Military personnel of the 16 th air assault brigade aboard the Boeing C-17 military transport aircraft of the Royal British Air Force on the way to Afghanistan. Photo from sergeant Rupert Frere's photoset, which was declared the winner in the “Operation“ Herrick ”category. Professional portfolio.
2 ranked photo in the Professional Portfolio category. 36 professional military photographers are assigned to military units in the UK and Germany, and also serve in the military headquarters in Andover.
The servicemen of the 2 th battalion of the Parachute Regiment of Great Britain rest in a secluded place during a detour around the village of Char Kucha in Afghanistan.
Bloodied soldiers on the battlefield. Author of the picture: 35-year-old native of Ghana, junior corporal Paul-Rui Pnyu (Paul-Rui PENU), listed in the 29 regiment of the Royal Logistics Corps.
Private John Mitchell is resting after a night round of the Sangin Valley in Afghanistan. This snapshot of Sergeant Rupert Frere was named the best in the “Operation Herrick” category. Professional portfolio.
A grenadier makes a selfie with a ceremonial horse that will be involved in the parade of the Royal Horse Guards.
Veterans are introduced to the program of activities on Victory Day near the Cenotaph in London.
Specialist for the disposal of explosives of the Royal Corps of Logistics Sergeant Richard McKinnon (Richard McKinnon) working with the unexploded bomb of the Second World War, found near the skyscraper The Shard in London earlier this year. Thousands of people were evacuated from nearby houses while the team of experts did everything necessary to defuse the bomb for further transportation to the military base in Kent for destruction.
Second place in the Professional Portfolio category went to Sergeant Jamie Peters for the Last Snatch shot.
Two soldiers on tank. The picture taken by 22-year-old cadet Adam Webb from Letterhead, Surrey, was the best according to the results of voting on the contest page on Facebook.
The picture titled "Tigers in the jungle" captured soldiers during a training session in the caves in Belize. The 2 Battalion of the Royal Regiment of the Princess of Wales was trained in fighting in the jungle, including getting food, water and fire.
Sergeant of the Armed Forces of Sierra Leone, John S. Kayiba (John S Kabia) in a camp in Kono during an outbreak of an Ebola epidemic. The photo taken by Corporal Paul Shaw won the first place in the Professional Portrait category.
Corporal Dave Johns (Dave Johns) holds a portrait of his eldest son, who, in turn, holds a photo of his younger brother. The photo entitled “Me and My Boys” won the first place in the category “Amatorsky Portrait”.