Fill Up at Kiseljak by Robert Tomlin.
Throughout the crisis in Bosnia helicopters of various nations provided logistic support to the ground forces, especially in the times when movement along dangerous roads was impossible. Here Puma Helicopters of the French detachment drop into a forward base to refuel before going on to their final destination. These Pumas operated out of their base in Split, Croatia, together with British and Norwegian helicopters; indeed it was common to see aircraft of several nations operating together. As the first machine UN 128, serial number 1128, comes into land at the forward refuelling base at Kiseljak, only 20km west of Sarajevo, a second, the radar equipped UN 126, serial number 1662 turns on to finals. The machines will be re-supplied in this instance by British Ground Forces, two of whom crouch against the billowing dust ready to go into action to minimise time on the ground