Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Oregon Soldiers, Airmen continue training during Exercise Shanti Doot 3 in Bangladesh

120310-Z-KC839-371 by oregonmildep
120310-Z-KC839-371, a photo by oregonmildep on Flickr.

Oregon Army National Guard Staff Sgt. Darrin Culp, of the 249th Regional Training Institute in Monmouth, Ore., oversees two Nepalese soldiers as they tend to their role-playing comrade during a medical emergency scenario on the first day of Exercise Shanti Doot 3, in Bangladesh March 9. Culp and his fellow Soldiers were invited to participate as a battlefield lifesaving technique instructors through the State Partnership Program between Oregon and Bangladesh. Exercise Shanti Doot 3 is a Bangladesh armed forces-hosted and U.S. Pacific Command Global Peace Operations Initiative supported joint multi-national exercise designed to give operations, logistics, planning and tactical peace-keeping training to members of 13 different countries in preparation for United Nations Peace-keeping Operations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Jon Dyer, Oregon Military Department Public Affairs) (Released).

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