A ship load of trucks and general supplies arrived in Croatia Friday for the British Air Mobile Brigade.
The supplies arrived as Croatia launched an all-out strike to regain land taken by rebel Serbs four years ago.
The American registered Cape Diamond pulled into Polce port on the southern Croatian coast Friday as Croatia launched an all out offensive against Serbs in the north.
The ship sailed from the U-K loaded with trucks and general supplies for the British 24th Air Mobile Brigade.
The Brigade is based in Polce and is the British contingent of the multi nation Rapid Reaction Force, formed in June, involving more than four thousand troops.
More than 800 support vehicles, a number of four tonne trucks, plus six containers containing general supplies were unloaded .
"When we've acclimatized and done some training we will be available for tasks set for us by our U-N commanders in Bosnia.
SUPER CAPTION: Brigadier Robin Brimms, Commander of 24th Air Mobile Brigade.
Each vehicle was accounted for with a bar code. Consumer type technology has made its way to the war in the Balkans.
The 24th Air Brigade will use these armoured vehicles if the Rapid Reaction Force is required to go into action.
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