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- The act of equipping, or the state of being equipped, as for a voyage or expedition; Whatever is used in equipping; necessaries for an expedition or voyage; the collective designation for the articles comprising an outfit; equipage; as, a railroad equipment (locomotives, cars, etc.
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- an instrumentality needed for an undertaking or to perform a service
- The process of supplying someone or something with such necessary items
- A tool is a device that can be used to produce or achieve something, but that is not consumed in the process. Colloquially a tool can also be a procedure or process used for a specific purpose.
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- a town in Massachusetts founded by Pilgrims in 1620
- A town in southeastern Massachusetts, on the Atlantic coast; pop. 45,608. The site in 1620 of the landing of the Pilgrim Fathers, it was the earliest permanent European settlement in New England
- A port and naval base in southwestern England, on the Devon coast; pop. 239,000. In 1620 it was the scene of the Pilgrim Fathers' departure to North America in the Mayflower
- Plymouth is a city and unitary authority area on the coast of Devon, England, about south-west of London. It is built between the mouths of the rivers Plym to the east and Tamar to the west, where they join Plymouth Sound.
- A city in southeastern Minnesota, northwest of Minneapolis; pop. 65,894
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- Lodge temporarily, esp. in an inappropriate or uncomfortable place
- Remain persistently in one place
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- the act of encamping and living in tents in a camp
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ooe (Cornish: Logh) is a small coastal town, fishing port and civil parish in the former Caradon district of south-east Cornwall, England, with a population of 5,280 (2001 census). Looe is divided in two by the River Looe, East Looe and West Looe being connected by a bridge. The town is approximately 20 miles (32 km) west of the city of Plymouth and seven miles (11 km) south of Liskeard.
The town is situated around a small harbour and along the steep-sided valley of the River Looe which flows between East and West Looe to the sea beside a sandy beach. Off shore to the west, opposite the stonier Hannafore beach, lies the picturesque St George's Island, commonly known as Looe Island
Looe remains a fishing town, and several fish dealers operate from the docks of East Looe. With its fleet of small fishing boats returning their catches to port daily, Looe has a reputation for producing excellent fresh fish. The town is also a centre for shark fishing, and is the home of the Shark Angling Club of Great Britain.
View towards Looe, taken on a boat trip, near Looe Island
Looe's main business today is, however, tourism, with much of the town given over to hotels, guest houses and holiday homes, along with a large number of pubs, restaurants, and shops selling beach equipment, ice cream and Cornish pasties. Inland from Looe lie many camping and caravan sites, as well as a famous Woolly monkey sanctuary. Other local attractions include the beaches, sailing, fishing and diving, and spectacular coastal walks (especially that via Talland to Polperro. Several stately homes, including Antony House, Cotehele, Mount Edgcumbe, and Lanhydrock House, as well as the Eden Project near St Austell may be visited by tourists who can travel by car.
Outside the busy summer months, the town remains a centre for shopping and entertainment for local villagers. There is a tradition of the townsfolk wearing fancy dress on New Year's Eve, when the streets are thronged with revellers in inventive outfits. Looe has been on the list of the top 10 places in the UK to celebrate New Year, and ranked third on the list for 2007/08.. Looe is being regenerated, like many other ports, to serve as a small cargo port. On the high ground north of East and West Looe there are many modern houses and a recreational area called 'The Downs'.
 East Looe
Looe Lifeboat Station
Sketchmap of the Looe rivers
East Looe centres on its broad sandy beach, with the distinctive Banjo Pier, creation of Joseph Thomas, a new lifeboat station and St Mary's Church. Stretching back from here is a grid of narrow streets forming the main business area of the town, packed with many small shops, restaurants and pubs, and the Old Guildhall, now a museum. Along the estuary lies the quay, with several fish dealers. Towards the bridge lies the Victorian Guildhall, and just north of the bridge the railway station. This is the terminus of the Looe Valley branch line to Liskeard (at Liskeard, the line connects with the main Plymouth to Penzance Great Western Main Line).
On the hilltop above East Looe lies Shutta, and beyond that the Sunrising housing estate and Looe Community School. Along the cliffs to the east is Plaidy Beach, and further on the bay and village of Millendreath with another beach.
 West Looe
View down West Looe Hill, looking towards the harbour
West Looe spreads west from the bridge on the Polperro Road towards Sclerder, and along the river south of the bridge, with hotels, restaurants and boarding houses along the waterfront and houses climbing the perilous cliff above, towards a cluster of shops and businesses and the Church of St Nicholas.
Further south along the coast road is Hannafore Point, marking the edge of Looe Harbour, with to the west the wide, stony Hannafore beach, facing across a narrow channel to Looe Island (officially called St. George's Island). Slightly inland is the hamlet of Portlooe. Beyond lies a coastal path leading to the hamlets of Porthallow and Talland, and from there on to Polperro. Two towers mark one end of a nautical measured mile, the other end is marked by two towers near Talland Bay.
PATROL BATTLES TO SAVE HERO HOUND ‘HOBO’ AFTER GRENADE ATTACKS
2 year-old black Labrador Hobo has been in Helmand 2 months saving the lives of countless Soldiers and Marines. He’s trained to sniff out deadly IEDs and lead patrols to safety. But on a recent patrol in Nahr-e Saraj the roles were reversed and it was up to Hobo’s patrol to save his life.
On 21 July 11, Hobo was deployed on an operation in Nahr-e Saraj district of Helmand Province when the patrol he was on came under sustained small arms fire and rocket propelled grenades (RMPGs). Led by Hobo, their call sign took cover in a compound to wait for back up but within minutes a grenade had been thrown over the compound wall. The insurgents had crept up through dense vegetation to the rear of the compound unseen by the patrols sentries. Hobo was resting flat on the ground and the fragmentation flew over his head missing him completely but then a second, third and fourth attack came and Hobo was hit three times.
Captain George Shipman (28) from Plymouth serving with 29 Commando Royal Artillery attached to A Company, 2nd Battalion The Royal Gurkha Rifles was on the patrol that day:
“There were four loud explosions, the dust was kicked up and it was difficult to see what was happening. We realised quickly that Hobo had been hit. He was bleeding heavily from the base of his neck. I administered a blood clotting agent and applied pressure and a field dressing to stem the bleeding and protect from infection. Hobo remained really calm throughout and just stood there while we treated him”.
With shrapnel wounds to his neck, abdomen and rear end his patrol began giving him life-saving first aid. The heat of the shrapnel had cauterised two of the injuries but he was bleeding heavily after the shrapnel cut straight through his neck.
“I found it hard, harder than treating a human casualty because I couldn’t explain what was going on. Hobo’s become one of us, bounding around the PB all the time, so we’re very fond of him - I’ve also got a 2yr old black lab, Oscar at home and Hobo reminds me so much of him”.
During the incident a few members of the patrol also sustained fragmentation injuries, none of which were serious. As a result a casevac helicopter mission was called in.
Within 50 minutes Hobo was on a PEDRO (the nick name of the dare devil American Black Hawk helicopters that fly into the midst of a fire fight to rescue the wounded) on his way back to the first class veterinary care provided at Camp Bastion which is comparable to the best facilities in UK vet surgeries.
Private Patrick Medhurst-Feeny (22) from Bugle, Cornwall is a Veterinary Technician with the Royal Army Veterinary Corps:
“When we got the news we set up for surgery immediately and prepared all of the equipment because we didn’t know the extent of his injuries – so we planned for every eventuality. We met him off the helicopter and got him back to surgery. We checked his wounds and then got him straight onto fluids because of the blood loss. We needed to make sure he didn’t go into shock which would have caused complications”.
Miraculously, two days later Hobo was astounding the veterinary team.
“‘The first aid administered by Capt Shipman and his patrol meant that no surgery was required. Hobo has recovered fantastically well. He’s an athletic 33kg and is bounding around as if nothing had happened. The prognosis is very positive. He’s in great shape”.
‘We won’t remove the shrapnel from the abdomen. The wound will heal nicely and Hobo will be back out on the ground, detecting IEDs and saving soldiers lives again in no time hopefully in time for his third birthday on the 1st August’.
And indeed Hobo is back with A Company, 2nd Battalion the Royal Ghurka Rifles, Corporal Arjun Limbu:
“It’s great to have him back with us – it’s a real morale boost and he’s running around just like before”.
Dogs such as Hobo are ‘battle inoculated’ against loud noises and explosions. Thanks to this specialist training he won’t suffer any associated trauma and will shortly return to duty on the frontline in Afghanistan. He is due to return to the UK in November to begin his next role as a demonstration dog.
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