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Behind the scenes of the risque Hot Shot's calendar in Utah

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Risqué calendar shot British suit bathroom property in the United States Army investigation requested by the Utah National Guard Hot Shots fired in the 2015 edition based in Draper, Utah They were photographed firing machine guns and drive tanks in swimsuit Utah National Guard have launched an internal investigation, as a result He wondered whether the equipment and facilities used without permission Calendar is sold and money is raised for charity works of British and American military A branch of the National Guard has launched an investigation after a daring swimsuit calendar British took their facilities and equipment, allegedly without permission. Video footage of the models of Hot Shots, who were making their 2015 edition was released showing behind the controls of tanks and firing automatic rifles at the base of the Utah National Guard Draper. The clip begins with the UK model Rosie Jones welcomes viewers to Utah in the 'USA of A 'and its introduction to the new additions to the line up. At the end of the video, the group gives special thanks to the soldiers of the 19th Special Forces Group, suggesting it may have been involved. The calendar, once put on the shelves in November, raises money for Help For Heroes - A British military charity supporting wounded veterans and their families. The money also goes to the USA equivalent "Special Operations Warrior Foundation Wounded '. Some of the poses included them throwing explosives, firing machine guns and sit in the tanks. Another featured a photo of two of the models that take aim behind a sniper rifle while in the snow. Utah National Guard Lt. Col. Steven Fairbourn told FOX 13 that an internal investigation was initiated to determine whether 'equipment, facilities and staff "of the guards was used in the filming schedule. He said in a statement: "An investigation by the Utah National Guard on October 14 was initiated to determine the potential for unauthorized use of military equipment, facilities and personnel in the Hot Shots calendar 2015 production. "The productions of this type are inconsistent with the values ​​of the Utah National Guard and its members. 'The use of military equipment, facilities and personnel in civil-profit efforts such as this requires the approval of the National Guard Bureau Public Affairs through the respective headquarters of the state National Guard. 'There was no official approval for this project. The investigation will determine if equipment of the National Guard of Utah, facilities and staff at the Hot Shots calendar 2015 production and action required if this is the case used. " Minority Leader Jennifer Seelig, D-Salt Lake City, told the station: "If this video was filmed in a government facility restricted the use of specialized equipment military government, whether the leadership knew about this - or security protocols are not sufficiently robust to keep a group of calendar girls and their crew and assorted groupies out ' Mail Online have contacted the company behind the film and the Help for Heroes comment.